Women’s First Team ‘Player of the Match’ nominations in October

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Ascot United Women celebrate a goal

Darrel Evans’ side have settled well into the 2022/23 season with five games played, including two FA Cup, registering three wins, one draw and one loss. The Yellawomen played to well-contested FA Cup games to see themselves through to the First Round Proper where they’ll face Dartford next Here’s your rundown of who was awarded ‘Player of the Match’ in each game ahead of the ‘Player of the Month’ voting.

Milton United – Vitality Women’s FA Cup

Dom Carrington – A goal and an assist for the hard work put in during a tough tie.

FT Milton United 1-3 Ascot (Bennett, Carrington, Leonard)

Sarah Killick-Bird up against Maidenhead United in the Berks & Bucks Cup Photo: Shooting Stars
Sarah Killick-Bird up against Maidenhead United in the Berks & Bucks Cup Photo: Shooting Stars

Eastleigh in the Community – Southern Region Women’s Football League

Sarah Davern – A solid performance despite defeat.

FT Eastleigh in the Community 1-0 Ascot

Hannah Bennett in action against AFC Acorns in the Women's FA Cup. Photo: David Bell
Hannah Bennett in action against AFC Acorns in the Women’s FA Cup. Photo: David Bell

Oxford City – Southern Region Women’s Football League

Sarah Killick-Bird – A brick in defense with a few well-timed last ditch tackles to maintain the clean sheet.

FT Oxford City 0-7 Ascot (Kimble, Brown, Davern, Spark, Woods, Todd, Carrington)

AFC Acorns – Vitality Women’s FA Cup

Hannah Bennett – A midfield maestro performance and a goal from distance to boot.

FT Ascot 5-0 AFC Acorns (Cruckshank, Carrington, Brown, Bennett, Luckhurst-McCord)

Lucie White in action against Bournemouth Sports Photo: Shooting Stars
Lucie White in action against Bournemouth Sports Photo: Shooting Stars

Bournemouth Sports – Southern Region Women’s Football League

Lucie White – A commanding performance between the sticks to stop the Bournemouth press.

FT Ascot 0-0 Bournemouth Sports

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