Binfield Ladies vs Ascot United Ladies. Photo: Neil Graham.
Binfield Ladies vs Ascot United Ladies. Photo: Neil Graham.

The 2018/19 Thames Valley Women’s Football League cup draws

The draws were made at the latest league meeting out of County headquarters
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Binfield Ladies vs Ascot United Ladies. Photo: Neil Graham.
Binfield Ladies vs Ascot United Ladies. Photo: Neil Graham.

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The first rounds of the Thames Valley Counties Women’s Football League cup were drawn on Monday night at the league’s regular meeting.

The under 18s draw went first with 10 sides receiving a bye.

  • City Belles U18 vs Wantage Town U18
  • Laurel Park U17 Starz vs Oxford City Girls U18
  • Laurel Park U18 Starz Girls vs Risborough Corinthians U18
  • Tilehurst Panthers U18 vs Tattenhoe U18
  • Wargrave Girls U18 vs Crowmarsh U17
  • Binfield U18 Wildcats vs Caversham AFC U18 Swans

Byes: Berks County U17, Chesham Utd LFC U18, Chesham Utd U18 Clarets, EB Lions AFC U18, Maidenhead U17 Girls Blue Socks, Milton Keynes City U18, Mortenville Junior U18 Eagles, Wycombe Saints U17 Girls, Wycombe Wanderers U18, Wycombe Wanderers U18 X1.

The adult League Cup first round draw went as follows:

  • Buckingham Athletic vs Ascot United Reserves
  • Barton United Park vs Oxford Brookes University
  • Banbury United vs Abbey Rangers Reserves
  • Launton vs Caversham AFC
  • Hawley vs Summertown Stars
  • Abingdon Town vs Eversley & California
  • Guildford Saints vs Binfield
  • Camberley Town vs Penn & Tyler Green
  • Tower Hill vs Tilehurst Panthers
  • Taplow United Blue vs North Leigh United
  • Chinnor vs City Belles
  • Woking vs Barton United
  • Abbey Rangers vs Newbury Development
  • Wantage Town vs Aylesbury United
  • Headington vs Westwood Wanderers
  • Carterton vs Holyport


Main image: Binfield vs Ascot United Reserves in the Thames Valley Women’s League by Neil Graham.

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