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Amy Woollard fires consolation for Ascot United Ladies

Woodley United maintain perfect Jubilee Cup group stage record

Amy Woollard fires consolation for Ascot United Ladies

Amy Woollard netted for Ascot United Ladies in one of the few women’s games to go ahead across the Southern Region Women’s Football League – due in no small part because it was played on an artificial surface.

It wasn’t enough though for the Yellawomen who after a great start to their first Premier Division season now haven’t won for four matches with the latest a 2-1 defeat at Oxford City.

It was Woollard’s second goal of the season but came with City already 2-0 up. United have a chance to reverse their recent run when they visit the side immediately above them in the table – Winchester City Flyers.

The other two fixtures of note saw Woodley United defeat Oxford City Nomads 3-0  to maintain their perfect record in the Jubilee Cup Group B from three games. Natasha Masters broke the deadlock on 43 minutes while Rosie Page-Smith and Mollie Haines made it safe in the second half.

In the same group Wargrave did their chances of reaching the knockout stages no harm with a 3-0 win at Alton. Millie Bilcliff scored twice  and Hannah Sheehan got the other goal.

There were no local Thames Valley Counties Women’s Football League fixtures that survived the weather.

Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror. Manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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