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An equaliser at the death from Lauren Wade earned Reading another point, continuing the 100% drawing start to the season.
Pete’s take on a goalless draw in the Royals’ first home game of the season.
Pete’s take as Reading Women got their season off to a decent start, albeit one that would have been better, were it not for a late equaliser.
The Royals head into 2023/24 with a new division to compete in, following relegation from the WSL, and a new manager at the helm, following the departure of long-serving Kelly Chambers.
Chambers left this week after a long, impressive spell in the Reading dugout.
For Pete, Reading Women’s switch to part-time ahead of next season is at odds with the broader trend of women’s football.
The Royals opened the scoring through Sanne Troelsgaard, but City replied with goals from Chloe Kelly, Khadija Shaw, Lauren Hemp and Steph Houghton.
Although Charlie Wellings levelled for Reading after Sam Tierney’s opener, Carries Jones dealt a late, late hammer blow for Leicester.
Viviane Asseyi equalised for the visitors after Charlie Wellings’ opener, but Rachel Rowe popped up late on to secure a vital win for the Royals.
No goals in normal time, but a perfect set of spot-kicks put the Royals past Spurs in the cup.
Pride in defeat for the Royals who put in a battling performance against Manchester United, but ultimately came up short due to Rachel Williams’ strike.
Reading signed off 2022 with a stylish win via goals from Natasha Dowie (x2), Sanne Troelsgaard and Charlie Wellings.
Amy Turner’s first-half own goal was the difference in Sunday’s early WSL kick-off.
The Royals enjoyed a comfortable win on the south coast thanks to goals from Sanne Troelsgaard, Lauren Wade and Justine Vanhaevermaet.
A brace of own goals from Emma Mukandi and late strike from Khadija Shaw earned City three goals and three points at the SCL.
A late Rachel Rowe double secured a vital three points for the Royals that could be the much-needed kickstart to the season.
West Ham goals from Dagný Brynjarsdóttir and Viviane Asseyi (x2) were enough to seal the points, despite Reading strikes from Charlie Wellings and Sanne Troelsgaard.