The Yellamen secure a club record with 10 successive wins under Jamie Tompkins & Dan Masters


Jamie Tompkins & Dan Masters

Men’s First Team manager, Jamie Tompkins and his assistance Dan Masters have successfully guided the Yellamen to a club record securing ten successive wins in a row in all competitions for the first time in the club’s history.

Aided by their backroom staff, Steve Quelch, Stuart Britton, Chad Smith and newly appointed Dean Greenwood, the team have been on an unbeaten run since the 8th of October when they visited Wokingham and Emmbrook at Lowther Road. The streak includes two Isuzu FA Vase victories, a trip to Newport Isle of Wight in October and another away tie with Broadbridge Heath, sending them through to the Third Round Proper, as well as a Cherry Red Records Premier Challenge Cup win over FC Deportivo Galicia.

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Crucially, Ascot United took all three points at home against fellow title race contenders Burnham at the beginning of November. The side are yet to face other title race hopefuls Reading City (6th December).

Up next for the Yellamen is a home league tie with London Lions on Saturday 26th November before they host Little Common at home on the again on the 3rd of December in the Third Round Proper of the FA Vase.

We would like to extend our thank you to all our team and player sponsors for their support during the 2022/23 campaign too.


8th October – Wokingham & Emmbrook 1-3 Ascot United (Combined Counties League)
18th October – Ascot United 2-1 Spelthorne Sports (Combined Counties League)
22nd October – Newport (IoW) 0-1 Ascot United (Isuzu FA Vase)
25th October – Ascot United 3-1 Broadfields United (Combined Counties League)
29th October – Ascot United 2-0 Holyport (Combined Counties League)
1st November – FC Deportivo Galicia 1-5 Ascot United (Premier Challenge Cup)
5th November – Ascot United 2-1 Burnham (Combined Counties League)
12th November – Broadbridge Heath 0-3 Ascot United (Isuzu FA Vase)
19th November – Virginia Water 1-2 Ascot United (Combined Counties League)
22nd November – Ascot United 7-1 Hilltop (Combined Counties League)

Tickets can be purchased for our remaining home games of the year from our dedicated ticket store.

Up the Yellas!




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