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

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Ascot United Women celebrate a goal

Darrel Evans’ side have set things in motion for the 2022/23 season with three games played, two league and one cup, registering two wins and one loss. A convincing start to the Southern Region Women’s Football League campaign alongside an early exit from the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup in the First Round Qualifying. The Yellawomen have picked up six from six having done the double on Abingdon with wins against both United, league favourites, and Town. Here’s your rundown of who was awarded ‘Player of the Match’ in each game ahead of the ‘Player of the Month’ voting.

Abingdon United – Southern Region Women’s Football League

Sarah Killick-Bird – The defender put in a storming performance in a tightly-contested game against the league favourites to keep the Yellas in the game whilst under discernible pressure from United.

FT Ascot 2-1 Abingdon United (Bennett, 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

Maidenhead United – Berks & Bucks Senior Cup

Dom Carrington – A tricky First Round tie with opponents from the Tier above but Dom showed real flashes of brilliance down the right wing and was unlucky not to be rewarded with a goal.

FT Ascot 0-3 Maidenhead United

Dom Carrington in action against Maidenhead United Women Photo: David Bell
Dom Carrington in action against Maidenhead United Women Photo: David Bell

Abingdon Town – Southern Region Women’s Football League

Sarah Leonard – A comprehensive three points picked up with Lenny showing the speed machine she is with two goals and assists to match.

FT Ascot 6-1 Abingdon Town (Carrington, Brown, Leonard, Brown, Leonard, Skinner)

Sarah Leonard in action against Abingdon Town Photo: Daisy Spiers
Sarah Leonard in action against Abingdon Town Photo: Daisy Spiers

Up the Yellas!

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