All the Women’s football player registrations 26/9/2019 to 4/10/2019

Binfield Ladies vs Ascot United Ladies. Photo: Neil Graham.



Binfield Ladies vs Ascot United Ladies. Photo: Neil Graham.


A few moves in the two women’s leagues that operate in the county with Thames Valley League sides Wokingham & Emmbrook and Chinnor bringing in four players each.

KNOWLEDGE: How non league transfers work and dual registration explained. All the latest transfer news from the men’s and women’s leagues can be found here.

Southern Region Women’s Football League

Bournemouth Sports
In: Orthodoxia Houtri
In: Lorna Priestley
In: Megan Stacy

Southampton Reserves
In: Tia Hooper

Thames Valley Counties Women’s Football League

Abingdon Town Women Reserves
In: Seraina Jorg

AFC Crowthorne
Out: Amy Martin

Barton Rovers Royals
Out: Sasha Herridge

Buckingham AThletic
In: Britney Ashby
In: Cerys Calzaghe
In: Ruth Wilkinson
Out: Lauren Hobbs

Carterton Reserves
In: Kelly Adams

In: Kelly Adams

Caversham AFC
In: Kyra Hannibal

In: Lisa Faulkner
In: Beth Gentry
In: Amie Marshall
In: Karen Quigley

In: Alex Herrington

Headington Amateurs Ladies
In: Leila Shioui

In: Rachel Morris-Love

Mole Valley Development
In: Carmen Bugarin Diz
In: Jenny McFarlane

North Leigh United
In: Ella Butler
In: Kathryn Hoare

Penn & Tylers Green
In: Alicia Povey

Scot Ladies
In: Lauren Hobbs
In: Natasha Patel
Out: Britney Ashby

Stonesfield & Chadlington
In: Ciara Holloway

Wargrave Reserves
In: Carla Schaenzler

Wokingham & Emmbrook
In: Phoebe Bryant
In: Jemma Mackie
In: Amy Martin
In: Ariesha Stephenson-Lewis

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