Wokingham & Emmbrook Ladies earn first points of the season

Sandhurst Town Ladies vs Wokingham & Emmbrook Ladies. Photo: W&E



Sandhurst Town Ladies vs Wokingham & Emmbrook Ladies. Photo: W&E


Wokingham & Emmbrook picked up their first three points of the season in the Southern Region Women’s Football League First Division having previously suffered two straight defeats.

The Sumas played neighbours Sandhurst Town at Bottom Meadow and saw an early Tina Leahy strike set the wheels in motion before and Alice Lilley double and one from Charlotte Dyos before half time and a fifth from Donna Robinson gave the visitors a 5-2 victory.

Also in the Division Wargrave suffered a heavy 11-0 defeat to Wycombe Wanderers while in the Premier Division Ascot United earned their first point of the season in a 0-0 draw at New Milton Town while Woodley United’s unbeaten start to the league campaign came to an end with a 3-1 defeat at home to Southampton. Rosie Page-Smith with the Kestrels goal.

In the Thames Valley Counties Women’s League Cup Binfield advanced with a 4-1 win at Haddenham. Nicky Edwards opened the scoring for the Moles and Ariesha Stephenson-Lewis hit two herself before half time. Charisse-Ellouise Tregear rounded things off after the break but Binfield did concede a late penalty to ruin a likely clean sheet.

Holyport also advanced with an 11-4 win over Harefield United while the only Division 2 East game saw Ascot United Reserves beaten 4-0 by Woking.

Southern Region Women’s League Premier Division

  • New Milton Town 0 – 0 Ascot United
  • Woodley United 1 – 3 Southampton FC

Southern Region Women’s League First Division

  • Sandhurst Town 2 – 5 Wokingham & Emmbrook
  • Wycombe Wanderers 11 – 0 Wargrave

Thames Valley Counties Women’s League Division 2 East

  • Ascot United Ladies Reserves 0 – 4 Woking FC Ladies

Thames Valley Counties Women’s League Cup First Round

  • Haddenham Ladies 1 – 4 Binfield Ladies
  • Holyport Ladies 11 – 4 Harefield Ladies


Main image: Sandhurst Town Ladies vs Wokingham & Emmbrook Ladies. Photo: W&E

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