Penn & Tylers Green P-P Abingdon United Development
Division One North
It was back down to earth for Eversley on Sunday, going down 4-0 to a resurgent Kidlington side after last week's first victory of the season. Kiera Isaac with two, Abi Haynes and Sara Pinna were on target for the Greens.
Milton United 6-1 Ascot United Reserves
Two big wins on the bounce for Milton after they put six past Ascot Reserves, featuring a number of u18s making the step up to senior football, on Sunday. April England led the way with four goals. Mollie Dyer and Grace Wiseman also chipped in with one each. Milton move up to sixth in the table, eleven pints adrift of leaders Long Crendon but with three games in hand. If they can keep up this winning run, they could still find themselves in contention.
Division One South
A ruthless Cards performance saw them get into double-figured against Rushmoor. Kaitlin Howard put Woking in front after five minutes. By the half-hour mark they had added four more through Charlotte Keenan, Howard again and two from Helen Ogle. Before the break Gabriella Hobday got on the score sheet and Ogle completed her hat-trick to make it seven. Hobday then went on to score three more, taking her personal total to four, before Keenan completed the scoring in the 80th minute. Rushmoor's consolation came from Emma Mutch, her 16th goal of the season. Read the match report on the Woking web site.
Rangers were put to the sword by a Portchy side keen to get back to winning ways after losing their 100% league record a couple of weeks back. Charmaine True struck a hat-trick, Aimee Hall-Guy notched a brace and there were singles for Eilidh Currie, Sophie Bell, Millie Bradbury and Roxy Roberts.
Ascot United 4-4 (5-4p) Warminster Town
Warminster came back from 3-1 and 4-3 down in this game, only to finally lose out from the spot. Sarah Leonard put Ascot in front after just 8 minutes, but Town were level on 16 through captain Millie Spratt. In first half added time Katie Vince put the Yellawomen back ahead. Sarah Leonard then added a third two minutes into the second half. However, two goals in as many minutes from Mia Blazey had Town back level by 73 minutes, only for Georgia Luckhurst-McCord to make it 4-2 on 77 minutes. Town weren't finished though and levelled it up again in the fourth minute of added time through Poppy Wannell. Ascot went on to win the shootout by 5-4. Read all about it on the Ascot United web site.
Beaconsfield Town 0-5 AFC Stoneham
A comprehensive cup victory for The Purps. They took the lead early on through Laura Ingram and held that advantage until the break. Mia Flood then doubled the score on 55 minutes before Chloe Marhsall took over, hitting a 16 minute hat-trick between the 64th and 80th minute.
Caversham United 0-17 Bournemouth Sports
After the euphoria of last week's excellent 2-1 defeat of Penn & Tylers Green, the Goats were brought back to earth with a crash by a rampant Bournemouth side who demonstrated the gulf between top of the premier and the lower reaches of Division One. Emma Davis led the way with four goals, Chloe Ashton hit a hat-trick, Hannah Bennett and Hollie Shaw got two each, with Samantha Chrippes, Rosie Eden, Liane Folkenstern, Kitty Norman, Jessica Fowell and Emily Phillips all getting their name on the sheet. A horrible result for Caversham but great credit to Bournemouth who only reported the result as a win on social media, no mention of the score. A real touch of class and solidarity for a fellow team.
Havant & Waterlooville 1-1 (4-1p) Penn & Tylers Green
Two sides flying high in their respective leagues, there was nothing to separated them over 90 minutes. Chloe Robinson for Penn and Sophie Lee for The Hawks seeing the game end level at 1-1. However, the home side took the advantage from the spot, winning 4-1 in the shootout.
Woodley United 2-0 Oxford City
Goalless at the break, Woodley finally got on top and gained some revenge for their 3-0 league defeat at Oxford a few weeks back. Gemma Sims put them ahead on 77 minutes with Tina Brett doubling the lead seven minutes later. The Hoops had winger Emily Harris sent off towards the end after picking up her second yellow.
Take a lo0k at the match action, captured by the excellent Andy Wicks.
Wycombe Wanderers 1-1 (4-3) Eastleigh
The Chairgirls finally came through this tie 4-3 on penalties after coming from behind. Amber O'Reilly put Eastleigh in the driving seat after 49 minutes. Wycombe left it late, but Katie Riddngton popped up with an equaliser with ten minutes to go, setting up their penalty shootout win. Check out the pitch side highlights from Wycombe.
Fixtures - Sunday 4th February
Ascot United v Eastleigh
The reverse fixture ended 1-0 to Ascot thanks to a Katie Riddington goal two minutes after the break. Eastleigh moved up to fourth with their last league victory over Wycombe. Ascot remained in second spot after a 2-2 home draw with Warminster. The Yellawomen, level on points with Bournemouth Sports but having played a game more, will be wanting to keep the pressure on the leaders. Eastleigh could move up to third with a point or more.
Racecourse Ground, Winkfield Road, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 7LJ
Badshot Lea v Woodley United
The Baggies are still hunting for that elusive second win of the season. Woodley's cup win over Oxford last weekend was their first win, in all competitions, since beating Badshot Lea back in early December. The sides have already met twice, once in the league and once in the League Cup. Woodley have edged both games, but only by a single goal, winning 2-1 in the league and 1-0 in the cup at Wrecclesham.
Operatix Community Ground, Westfield Lane, Wrecclesham GU10 4PF
Warminster Town v Oxford City
Warminster have now not lost a game in normal time since their 1-0 defeat to Ascot United in October. Their credentials will be tested on Sunday as they face an Oxford side who are also pretty high on confidence. Taking aside Sunday's defeat in the league cup and a reversal to then leaders Ascot United in December, The Hoops have won four and drawn two of their last eight matches. The teams battled out a thrilling 3-3 draw in the reverse fixture with both sides coming back from behind and a last minute Mia Blazey strike earning a point for Town.
Weymouth Street, Warminster BA12 9NS
Wycombe Wanderers v Bournemouth Sports
After two draws and a defeat, Wycombe got back to winning ways, even if it was through a penalty shootout, last Sunday. League leaders Bournemouth Sports racked up seventeen goals in their cup game and will, undoubtedly, be full of confidence. That feeling will be even further enhanced by the knowledge of a 3-1 win in the reverse fixture back in November. Liane Folkenstern, Becky Miles and an own goal being enough to see off Emma Newberry's goal for Wanderers.
18i78 Stadium, Wymers Wood Road, Burnham SL1 8JG
Division One North
Chesham United Development v Caversham United
Chesham didn't play last weekend, Caversham maybe wished they hadn't. This will be the first meeting of these sides this season after the reverse fixture was awarded to Chesham. After winning their last league outing, The Goats will be keen to put aside Sunday's cup defeat and set about trying to reel in second from bottom Eversley & California. Chesham, meanwhile, have local rivals Penn & Tylers Green in their sights, looking to possibly climb above them into fourth with a win.
Chiltern Hills Academy, Chartridge Road, Chesham HP52 2RG
Eversley & California v Ascot United Reserves
Both of these sides lost in the cup at the weekend. However, The Boars won their last league outing and will be looking to continue in the same mould as they bid to distance themselves from the bottom of the table. Ascot, meanwhile, are on a run of five consecutive league defeats. Although they are ten points clear of Eversley, they will not want to give any encouragement to the chasers.
ESA, Fox Lane, Eversley RG27 0NS
Kidlington Youth v Wycombe Wanderers u23
Third versus second with both sides within striking distance of the leaders Long Crendon. The reverse fixture was played the weekend before Christmas and ended with Wycombe taking all three points after a tight encounter. Alice Musgrove, Ammara Qureshi and Mia Parkin scored for Wanderers with a Courtney Sumner double for Kidlington not quite enough to earn a point.
Exeter Park, Crown Road, Kidlington OX5 1AB
Milton United v Abingdon United Development
It's only two weeks since the reverse fixture at The Northcourt, a game that BotP had the pleasure of covering (Mollie's Magic Hat Trick). On a blustery day a Mollie Dyer hat-trick helped Milton overcome both the conditions and the Yellows, as they ran out 4-1 winners. Milton seem to be on an upward trajectory and, with games in hand, are not out of the title race. Another win on Sunday could lift them up to fifth, depending upon other results.
Milton Heights, Potash Lane, Milton, Abingdon OX14 4XB
Penn & Tylers Green v Long Crendon
Four places and five points separate Long Crendon, on top, from Penn & Tylers Green. The reverse fixture, played in November, saw the visitors take the points with a 1-0 win. Top scorer Henna Hussain was on the mark for Penn, who also had Evie Matthews sent off for two yellows.
French School Meadow, Elm Road, Penn HP10 8LG
Division 1 South
Bournemouth Sports Reserves v Fleet Town
Fleet are still looking for their first league points and are six points adrift at the bottom. having said that, they have only played six and have five games in hand on Rushmoor and six on Abbey. Sports are fifth but only a point off second place. The sides met just a couple of week ago, with Sports coming out on top. Two goals in seven minutes, from Samantha Gubb and Caitlin Mooney, giving them a 2-0 win.
Chapel Gate, Nr Hurn Airport, East Parley, Hampshire BH23 6BL.
Havant & Waterlooville v Woking
On paper this looks to be a very tasty clash. Woking are now unbeaten in eight league matches and, although fourth, sit a point behind Portchester in second. The Hawks sit proudly atop the table, five points clear, although they have played four more games than Portchy. The reverse fixture, in October, finished with a resounding 4-1 score line in favour of The Cards.
Westleigh Park, Havant PO9 5TH
Rushmoor Community v AFC Portchester
These sides were at opposite ends of big scores at the weekend. Whilst Portchester were beating Abbey 9-0 in the League Cup, Rushmoor were going down 11-1 to Woking in the league. Rushmoor have conceded more than anyone else in the league, but are also well capable of notching a few themselves. They'll need to be on their guard against a prolific Portchester forward line. This will be their first meeting with the reverse scheduled in three weeks time.
Southwood Pavilion, Grasmere Road, Farnborough GU14 0LE
North Hants District FA Cup
Winchester City Flyers v Andover New Street
Andover New Street will be looking to pull off a big cupset as they travel to Winchester, a team three divisions above them. New Street play in the Hampshire League, Division Two and are currently sitting second, seven points behind leaders Mudeford Phoenix but with two games in hand. They are also the division's highest scorers with 33 goals in their 8 games. A tough examination for the Flyers' defence.
Winklebury Football Complex, Winklebury Way, Basingstoke, Hants RG23 8BF
Southampton Divisional FA Cup
AFC Stoneham v AFC Varsity
Stoneham take a breather from league action to take on AFC Varsity in the SDFA. Varsity are currently second in the Hampshire League Division One table, one division below The Purps. Varsity are yet to taste defeat on the road in the league and have also only conceded six times in five games on their travels. Stoneham have undoubted firepower, so this could be an interesting match-up.
Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh SO16 2PA