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Sumas Ladies celebrate cup success after qualifying for semi-finals

Wokingham & Emmbrook Ladies
Wokingham & Emmbrook Ladies

WOKINGHAM & Emmbrook Ladies had a prosperous weekend in cup competitions as both the first team and under 16’s qualified for respective cup semi-finals. 

The first team won emphatically at home to Wallingford Town AFC Ladies on Sunday as they put seven past their opponents. Caroline Paterson bagged a hat-trick, Ariesha Stephenson netted twice, while Amy Martin and Joanne Atkins added to the rout in a thumping 7-1 victory. 

The Sumas are now through to the semi-finals of the Berks & Bucks Cup which is due to be played on Sunday, February 16 as they bid to qualify for the final of the competition. 

Meanwhile, Wokingham & Emmbrook Girls under 16’s also had reason to celebrate cup success of their own. They progressed with a 4-2 victory against Chesham United LFC U16’s to book their place in the BBFA County Cup semi-finals, which will be played on Saturday, February 29.

WEFC Girl's U16s
WEFC Girl’s U16s

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