Woodley move on up to the top
WOODLEY UNITED LADIES moved to the top of the Southern Women’s Premier Division with a 3-0 win at Newbury.
Marc Surtees’ side are adapting well following promotion and they eased to their third win from four league games.
After a slow start, Woodley broke the deadlock on 34 minutes when Jodie Penny fired in.
Sarah Thompson quickly doubled the advantage and there was no looking back from there with Maddie Sawyer (pictured) sealing the win in the second half with a speculative effort.
Down in Division One, WARGRAVE LADIES had an afternoon to forget with a 14-0 thrashing at the hands of Moneyfields Ladies while Alice Lilley’s goal could not prevent a 5-1 defeat for WOKINGHAM AND EMMBROOK LADIES
at home against Wycombe Wanderers. In Thames Valley Division Two East,
BINFIELD LADIES lost 4-1 at home against Ascot United Ladies Reserves with Amy Martin netting the consolation.