Heather Williams seals derby win for Ascot United Reserves




Heather Williams scored the only goal of a tightly contested game as Ascot United Ladies Reserves beat Binfield 1-0 at Goaters Road in Ascot in the Thames Valley Counties Women’s League Division 2 East.

The two sides shared an end to end contest with Connie Wilson going closest for the Moles while the Yellawomen hit the post in the second half before Williams made the most of a through ball in the final 10 minutes of the tie to win it.

Shellie Irvine scored twice and there were goals for Erin Clegg and Shannon Mather as Sandhurst Town beat Harefield United 4-3 at Bottom Meadow in the other local Division 2 East fixture.

Shellie Irvine.
Shellie Irvine.

In the Southern Region Women’s League Cup there was a heavy defeat for Ascot United’s first team as they were beaten 11-0 at Chesham United who will play Woodley United in the semi final after the May Hamblin inspired Kestrels beat Barton Rovers 6-1.

Hamblin fired a hat trick as as the Division 1 North side beat their promotion rivals despite going a goal down in the first half. Mollie Haines, Rosie Page-Smith and an own goal accounted for the other strikes

In the SRWFL Chairman’s Cup, Wokingham & Emmbrook went out following a 5-2 defeat to Winchester City Flyers. Tina Leahy and Jo Atkins got the goals for the Sumas – both captured for posterity on twitter, here’s Tina’s:

And here’s Jo’s:

Main image: Ascot United Ladies Heather Williams supplied by @ascotladiesfc

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