Mortimer Ladies take points in top of the table clash


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Just two games went ahead involving Berkshire sides at the weekend with 3G sufaces coming to the aid of S4K and Slough Town’s fixtures in the Thames Valley Counties Women’s Football League.

Division 3 South side S4K Ladies switched their tie with Mortimer to Bracknell Town’s Larges Lane ground but were beaten 2-0 by the Villagers thanks to goals from Louise Delaney and Beth Millican.

The other game to go ahead saw Slough Town face Ascot United Reserves at Arbour Park with the Rebels coming away with a 5-3 win.

Sophie Cheadle (2), Shannon Daly (2) and Alice Heady were all on the scoresheet for the Rebels while the Yellawomen’s Nicole Brown hit a hat trick.

Gallery: See pictures from S4K Ladies vs Mortimer here

All the scores across the county including cup action for teams in the Southern Region Women’s Football League and Thames Valley County Women’s Football League.

FA Women’s National League

Division 1 South West

Poole Town P-P Maidenhead United

Southern Region Women’s Football League


Moneyfields P-P Woodley United
AFC Bournemouth CST P-P Newbury

Division 1 South

Alton P-P Tilehurst Panthers

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Thames Valley Counties Women’s Football League

Division 1

Eversley & California Ladies P-P Hawley Ladies
City Belles Women P-P Wokingham & Emmbrook Ladies

Division 2

Chesham United & Holmer Green Ladies P-P Kingsclere Ladies

Division 3S

Caversham AFC Women P-P Wantage Town FC Ladies Development
Newbury Ladies Development P-P Wallingford Town AFC Ladies
S4K Ladies 0-2 Mortimer Ladies

Division 3E

Slough Town Ladies FC 5-3 Ascot United Ladies Reserves

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