Yeovil started the game very well, some great build-up play led to a fine strike from Emily Syme but was just wide.
After just 15 minutes Yeovil were forced to make their 1st substitution as Yeovil defender Hannah Short had a strain in her Achilles and couldn’t continue.
On 31 minutes Fara Williams managed to give Reading the lead from a strike outside the box.
Just before half time The Lady Glovers had to make another substitution after Gemma Davison’s two footed tackle, which received a yellow, injured Charlotte Buxton. The Reading striker was lucky not to receive a red.
Yeovil can put in the second half looking very strong. Olivia Fergusson has a very good chance not long after the restart as she managed to break through the Reading defence but she couldn’t find the back of the net.
On the 54th minute Lauren Bruton managed to double Reading’s lead with a great finish that Megan Walsh wasn’t able to stop.
Millie Farrow was next to get onto the score sheet firing it straight into the bottom corner on the 81st minute.
On the 83rd minute Bruton managed to get another goal for The Royals. This time it went straight past Walsh and into the bottom right corner.
Right before the end of the match Farrow managed to get another goal after breaking through Yeovil’s defence and firing home for Reading giving them a 5-0 win.
Yeovil’s focus will now go towards their game against Manchester City away at the Academy Stadium on the 28th of April.
Yeovil Town Ladies: Walsh, Buxton (Goddard 44), Mason, Short (Cousins 16), Alexander, Syme (Bloomfield 77), Evans, Horwood, Donovan, Heatherson, Fergusson.
Unused subs: Fischer, Howard, McLauchlan, Taylor.
Reading FC Women: Moloney; Jane, Williams (Bartrip 76), Pearce (C), Davison, Hönnudóttir (Farrow 78), Bailey, Estcourt, Moore (Bruton HT), Howard, Woodham.
Unused subs: Laws, Pacheco, Furness, Harding.