Fans called for A30 derby / Ladies final PSF boost


Ascot United are back on the road on Tuesday evening with the short trip up the A30 to face Camberley Town (7.45pm). Entrance is available on the gate at Krooner Park, and The Yellamen are hoping the fans turn out in force as they did in Saturday’s victory over Molesey (images are of Harry Laflin shooting and scoring a sublime seventh on Saturday, expertly captured by
Last season, Camberley were one of several teams who got the better of Jamie Tompkins’ men at The refitted Racecourse with a last-gasp 3-2 win, before the return fixture was postponed (and subsequently never played) due to storm damage to the home side’s floodlights.

Camberley opened their campaign with an FA Cup victory over Wessex leaguers Blackfield and Langley (0-0, 5-4p), but failed to back that up in their opening league match last weekend as they went down 2-1 at Raynes Park Vale.

Elsewhere on Tuesday, two of Saturday’s winners meet when Banstead entertain Sutton Common, before Wednesday sees a brace of fixtures including Colliers Wood – who visit Ascot this weekend.

  • Badshot Lea v Sheerwater
  • Banstead Athletic v Sutton Common Rovers
  • CB Hounslow United v Southall
  • Camberley Town v Ascot United
  • Frimley Green v Cobham
  • Knaphill v Spelthorne Sports
  • Molesey v Egham Town
  • Colliers Wood United v Hanworth Villa (Weds)
  • Guildford City v Abbey Rangers (Weds)

In other news, Ascot United Ladies warmed up for their opening competitive fixture of the season with a 2-1 pre-season friendly win at New Milton Town on Sunday. New signings Dom Carrington and Izzy Woods gave the Yellawomen a 2-0 lead before the Regan Walker’s late consolation for the hosts. Darrel Evans’ side will now prepare for their opener against Swindon Supermarine in the Womens’ FA Cup on Sunday 20th September (Racecourse, 2pm).




Tanners’ early strike sinks brave Yellamen Ascot United lost 1-0 as they succumbed to an early goal against Leatherhead on Tuesday evening. The Yellamen found