Maidenhead United look to build on Vitality Women’s FA Cup run

Maidenhead United Women celebrate in the Vitality Women's FA Cup. Photo: Darren Woolley / darrenwoolley.photos

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Maidenhead United Women celebrate in the Vitality Women's FA Cup. Photo: Darren Woolley / darrenwoolley.photos

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1. Fulham Women vs Maidenhead United LFC

Vitality Women’s FA Cup

Some FA Cup action and a little bit of distance travelling is in order this weekend as third round qualifying takes place. Maidenhead nabbed their place in the round after a Nicole Barrett free kick hit the crossbar, only to be caught on the rebound by Natalie Barnes, to nod the Magpies into a 1-0 win in the 95th minute over Denham United. Former Maidenhead player Sophie Modak, left the club in the summer of this year to join Fulham while current Maidenhead player Simone O’Brien is a former Fulham Foundation employee.

King George Field, Surbiton, KT6 7NA, 2pm. Please check with the host club before travelling. 

2. Wargrave Women First v Eversley & California Ladies

Thames Valley Counties Women’s Football League Division 1

Wargrave have won as many as they’ve lost having played 7 games but still sit a comfortable third in the table, meanwhile Eversley & California have played just three games with two wins and a draw and 7 points to their name. Should the Boars secure three points against Wargrave, we are likely to see a real shift in the Division 1 table as teams just below, Milton and Caversham, face each other too. Having played just three games, Eversley have got an impressive 8 different goal scorers in the league so far this season, whilst Millie Bilclift will be wanting to add to her tally total of 5 goals to date.

Wargrave Recreation Ground, Recreation Road, Wargrave, Berkshire RG10 8BG, 2pm. Please check with the host club before travelling. 

3. Wallingford Town AFC Ladies vs S4K FC Berks County Ladies

Thames Valley Counties Women’s Football League Division 3S

S4K climbed up the division from fourth to second when they faced Wallingford at home at the beginning of October and netted four goals against the then top of the table. S4K now sit relatively comfortably in first place having played 7 games, the most of the division. Joint top goalscorer Kiah Owen will be no doubt be wanting to hit the back of the net once again. Meanwhile, Jenna Allen and Marita Clarke will be keen to climb the player stats table with ten goals between the pair.

Hithercroft Sports Park, Hithercroft Road, Wallingford OX10 9EB, 2pm. Please check with the host club before travelling. 

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