Ascot United Reserves champions after beating title rivals

Ascot Res clinch the title against their closest rivals in the table. 3 Attachments
Thames Valley Counties League Division 3 East champions, Ascot United Reserves. (Photo: www.jamesprickett.co.uk)

Ascot United Reserves clinched the Thames Valley Counties League Division 3 East title against their closest rivals, Ruislip Rangers.

They ran in seven second-half goals after being just the one up at the break, Courtney Gibbons and Freya Johnson each bagging a brace.

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Ruislip Rangers’ Charlotte Buckingham and Courtney Gibbons of Ascot United Reserves. (Photo: www.jamesprickett.co.uk)

The win was Ascot’s sixteenth in a row as they extended their perfect record to the last two games of the campaign.

Eighty-seven goals have come from those 16 games, while just eight have been conceded.

Ascot Reserves won title against rivals Ruislip Rangers
Ruislip Rangers keeper Amy Gibson and Freya Johnson of Ascot United Reserves. (Photo: www.jamesprickett.co.uk)

Freya Johnson took her tally to 23 goals in the title decider from just 13 appearances, going ahead of Clodagh Farrell for now as the team’s top scorer.

The climax to Ascot’s season comes on 3 April when they tackle Division 1 winners Badshot Lea in the League Cup Final.

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