Binfield Ladies made a significant dent in their goal difference with a 9-2 win at home to bottom of the table Yateley United on Sunday.
The Moles made it back to back wins after a 5-4 win at Guildford Saints last weekend with Ariesha Stephenson-Lewis hitting a well deserved hat-trick having only just returned from an injury that kept her out for most of December.
There was a double for Amy Martin while Nat White and Nicole Edwards both added to their tallies for the season and there were first goals for Sammy Sadler and Ciara Molloy (pictured top).
Ascot United Ladies Reserves were beaten 3-1 at home by Guildford, Lauren Townsend on target for the Yellawomen while Holyport won 2-0 at Harefield United.
In the Southern Region Women’s League Premier Division, Woodley United kept up the pressure on the top three with a 2-0 win at Winchester City Flyers, Jodie Penny and Rosie Page-Smith on target while Ascot were beaten 4-1 at home by Southampton – Nicole Brown with the goal.
Elsewhere in Division One, no points for Wargrave or Wokingham & Emmbrook, the former beaten 4-0 by Southampton Women’s Development and the latter 3-0 at home by Eastleigh.
Southern Region Women’s League Premier Division
- AFC Bournemouth CST 11 – 0 New Milton Town
- Ascot United 1 – 4 Southampton FC
- Barton Rovers P – P Oxford City
- Newbury 2 – 4 Warsash Wasps
- Winchester City Flyers 0 – 2 Woodley United
Southern Region Women’s League Division One
- Alton 2 – 0 Basingstoke Town
- Moneyfields P – P Abingdon United
- Southampton Womens Development 4 – 0 Wargrave
- Wokingham & Emmbrook 0 – 3 Eastleigh
- Wycombe Wanderers 10 – 0 Shanklin
Thames Valley Counties Women’s Football League Division One
- Ascot United Ladies Reserves 1 – 3 Guildford Saints Ladies
- Binfield Ladies 9 – 2 Yateley United Ladies
- Harefield Ladies 0 – 2 Holyport Ladies
- Hawley Ladies 0 – 5 Woking FC Ladies
- Penn & Tylers Green Ladies 0 – 7 Abbey Rangers Ladies Reserves