Ascot United in search of points and Sandhurst and Wokingham clash

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Ascot United go in search of their first points of the Southern Region Women’s League Premier Division on Sunday when they visit New Milton Town.

The Hampshire side are also yet to pick up any points either so something has to give? For the Yellawomen it will be a case of bouncing back from a heavy defeat in the SSE Women’s FA Cup last Sunday

Darrel Evans side will be without Lauren Sherman who fractured her fibula during last week but did see Lucy Holzman-Clarke hit the 50 goal milestone during the FA Cup defeat.

Sunday promises a stern test for newly promoted Woodley United, the Kestrels have won both league games so far and welcome Southampton to Bulmershe Pavilions on the back of an 11-0 win at Newbury.

In Division 1 there’s a first derby tie between Sandhurst Town and Wokingham & Emmbrook with both sides looking to get points on the board.

Wokingham & Emmbrook's Alice Lilley.
Wokingham & Emmbrook’s Alice Lilley.

And in the Thames Valley Counties Women’s Football League it’s a knockout week as the area’s Division 2 sides start out in the League Cup.

Binfield travel to Division 2 North side Haddenham with Ruth Bowerman and Jess Nosal both back and available while Holyport host Harefield at Summerleaze.

The one league fixture see’s Ascot United Reserves host Woking at Jubilee Recreation Ground.

All matches kick off at 2pm unless otherwise stated.

Southern Region Women’s League Premier Division

  • New Milton Town vs Ascot United
  • Woodley United vs Southampton FC

Southern Region Women’s League Division 1

  • Sandhurst Town vs Wokingham & Emmbrook
  • Wycombe Wanderers vs Wargrave

Thames Valley Counties Women’s Football League Cup First Round

  • Haddenham Ladies vs Binfield Ladies
  • Holyport Ladies vs Harefield Ladies

Thames Valley Counties Women’s Football League Division 2 East

  • Ascot United Ladies Reserves vs Woking FC Ladies

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