WRAYSBURY Village Football Club made another historic step when competing in its first ladies match against Great Linford.

The club committee, which took over almost three years ago, has made a massive effort to give the village football for all including over 70 boys and girls aged 4-12 training each week and now 23 ladies aged 16-47.

The match saw over 100 locals come and support the newly-formed ladies team which competes in the Thames Valley Counties Development League.

It was a heart-stopping game with everything you expect from football - saved penalties, a hat-trick from new Wraysbury super striker Sarah Blight and a disallowed goal. Wraysbury came through the exciting match to win 3-2.

Club Chairman, Mark Foster, said: "Football should be available for everyone in the community.

"It's exciting to see so many new ladies teams starting this season, which can only be good for the sport overall.

"We at Wraysbury are passionate about offering football for all and we are confident that ladies football is here to stay."

If you would like to get involved in ladies football email ladies@wraysburyfc.co.uk