Reading Women 1 Sunderland 1: Royals still searching for that first win

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Goalscorer Helen Ward goes for a header. Photo: Neil Graham.
Goalscorer Helen Ward goes for a header. Photo: Neil Graham.

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Reading Women are still looking for their first win in FA WSL 1 this season after a 1-1 draw with Sunderland Ladies last night.

The game saw a red card for the North East visitors while there was a penalty apiece – Beth Mead scored on the rebound for Sunderland after 8 minutes while Helen Ward (pictured above) converted from the spot after Stephanie Bannon was sent-off for hand ball.

Reading’s Laurel Park were mascots at the game while Kayleigh Hines walked off with the player of the match award.

Kayleigh Hines takes the Player of the Match award. Photo: Neil Graham.
Kayleigh Hines takes the Player of the Match award. Photo: Neil Graham.
Mary Earps thows the ball out. Photo: Neil Graham.
Mary Earps thows the ball out. Photo: Neil Graham.
Laurel Park girls are mascots at Reading FC Women. Photo: Neil Graham.
Laurel Park girls are mascots at Reading FC Women. Photo: Neil Graham.
Helen Ward scores from the penalty spot. Photo: Neil Graham.
Helen Ward scores from the penalty spot. Photo: Neil Graham.
Reading FC Women vs Sunderland Ladies. Photo: Neil Graham.
Reading FC Women vs Sunderland Ladies. Photo: Neil Graham.
Kayleigh Hines challenges for Reading FC Women. Photo: Neil Graham.
Kayleigh Hines challenges for Reading FC Women. Photo: Neil Graham.

Main photo credit: Helen Ward by Neil Graham.

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