There is barely time to keep up right now, but it’s a new week and Ascot United Allied U18s play their first of 2 remaining league games this [Monday] evening as they look to secure the Allied Counties Youth League title. The Young Yellamen travel to Bedfont Sports Club to face Virginia Water U18s with the title destiny in their own hands after that dramatic victory over Westfield last month.

Josh Nice’s side know that 2 wins will give them the title – league table here – and tonight’s game is pivotal as their final game is away at basement-side Fleet Spurs on 21st March. Westfield’s final game is on 14th March, at home against Frimley Green.

Tomorrow, its pretty much a must-win game for Ascot United in their question for 2nd place as they travel to Abbey Rangers. Whilst Southall are currently in the box-seat for 2nd place, Rangers are also in the mix and are two points above Ascot with a game in hand, so realistically The Yellamen must at least draw to keep themselves in with a chance.

And on Sunday, we heard about victories for the Boys U14’s and Ladies Reserves but Ascot United Ladies were also in action as they fell to a 3-1 defeat at Eastleigh in the Community. The result means the Ladies are likely to drop from their current [3rd] place as Eastleigh will likely take 3 points from one of their remaining 2 games in hand and leapfrog The Yellawomen.

And there was also disappointment for Ascot Girls U16 Diamonds in the Surrey County Cup final as they lost 3-1 against Crystal Palace.




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Holyport v Ascot United preview

Ascot United will travel to Holyport, at Summerleaze, on Thursday 23rd of March in another instalment of the Combined Counties Premier Division North with a