Ladies round-up: Caroline Paterson scores the first goal for Bracknell at Larges Lane



Bracknell Town Ladies Caroline Paterson.


In the first of our women’s football round-up, we take a look at how each of our local clubs got on in the Southern Region Women’s Football League, and Thames Valley Women’s Football League.

Southern Region Women’s Football League

Premier Division: Caroline Paterson scored the first goal for Bracknell Town Ladies back at their Larges Lane home in a 4-2 Chairman’s Cup defeat to Milton Keynes.

Bracknell Town Ladies Tina Leahy.
Bracknell Town Ladies Tina Leahy.

A fairly even game all round as the Robins came from behind twice – Tina Leahy grabbing the other goal – but a timely substitution late on gave the visitors a path to the next round with two late goals.

Division 1: Also in Chairman’s Cup action, Woodley United suffered a 6-0 defeat at Wycombe Wanderers

Thames Valley Women’s Football League

Division 2 South: Just the one league fixture in the division as a lively Bracknell Town Ladies Development were beaten 6-1 at home by Flackwell Heath.

In spite of the score, there were plenty of positives for the Robins who played some good football on the ground while Loren Cardy grabbed her fourth goal in eight games, finishing a brilliant move started by Ariesha Stephenson-Lewis on the left wing, played across by Michelle Melia and calmly finished by Cardy.

For all the latest Women’s football news on FiB visit our dedicated section here, and you can see all the league tables and fixtures here.

Main image: Amy Woollard from Ascot United Ladies used with permission of @AscotLadiesFC

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