In the Premier League, Ascot stayed unbeaten and top of the league, closely followed by Bournemouth Sports, who also won again. Kidlington continue to show the way in Division One North, but clubs are massing behind them and have games in hand. In the South, leaders Stoneham were held to a draw by improving Woking.
Top of of Table - Ascot United : Top Scorer - Ellie White (13), Oxford City
A single Sarah Leonard goal four minutes before half-time was enough to secure a fifth league win of the season for Ascot, who remain unbeaten and now have a five point lead at the top of the table. For Warminster it was a fifth defeat that sees them remain second from bottom. However, they'll take some solace in being the first team this season to prevent Ascot from scoring more than once in a home league game. Read about the game on the Ascot United website.
Eastleigh 0-2 Bournemouth Sports
Hollie Shaw scored early in the first half and last in the second to secure three points for Sports and keep them on the trail of Ascot. Bournemouth stay in second spot trailing the leaders by five points but they do have a game in hand. Eastleigh remain firmly entrenched in mid-table after being leap-frogged by Oxford City at the weekend.
Oxford City 4-0 Badshot Lea
City hit the Baggies with a devastating four goal first half salvo. Emily Harris the Hoops a goal up inside the first minute. Then top scorer Ellie White made it two after 22 minutes, rapidly followed by Harris's second a minute later. On the stroke of half-time Anna Cook made it four, putting the game well out of reach for Badshot Lea. The Baggies stay bottom, two points adrift of Warminster with a game in hand. However, by all accounts, this was a much improved performance from Badshot Lea who missed two penalties.
Woodley United P-P Wycombe Wanderers
Division One North
Top of the Table - Kidlington : Top Scorer(s) - Shannon Read, Mimi Hodges, Courtney Sumner (10) Wycombe W. u23, Abingdon Utd Dev, Kidlington
Kidlington maintained their lead at the top of the table with their fourth win on the bounce.
The Rams remain third from bottom, three points clear of Caversham and Eversley but having played two more than both of the teams below them. Courtney Sumner added two more goals to her collection, one from the spot. Emily Keal add a goal to her POTM award, with the other goal coming from an OG. Both Beaconsfield goals came in a frantic 5 minute spell that saw first Erin Dennis and then Elle Scott score before Ciara Moore was shown a red card.
Chesham United Development 4-1 Eversley & California
United top scorer Katie West was on the mark twice early on in this game, shooting Chesham into a two goal lead within 8 minutes. Eversley got a goal back before the break but further strikes from Emma Nolan, on 55 minutes and Chloe Timms three minutes later made the points safe. Chesham move up to fourth spot whilst Eversley remain second from bottom and without a point yet this season.
Long Crendon 5-2 Abingdon United Development
Long Crendon got back to winning ways after two successive home league reversals. Goals from Eleanor Lovelock, Michelle Baily, Brooke Burns, Charlotte Cairns and Finlay Leonard were enough to secure three points. Abingdon striker Mimi Hodges hit a brace for United but it wasn't enough on the day. On the back of the result, Crendon moved back into third spot, nine points off the top with three games in hand.
Milton United P-P Ascot United Reserves
Wycombe Wanderers u23 3-2 Penn & Tylers Green
It was the Shannon Read show at Burnham on Sunday. The Chairgirls hot-shot hot two first half goals to put the home side well in control at the break. However, Liberty Dieppe and Henna Hussain put the visitors back on level terms, only for Read to complete her hat-trick in the 92nd minute, keeping Wanderers hot on the heels of leaders Kidlington.
Division One South
Top of the Table - AFC Stoneham : Top Scorer - Chloe Melton (13), AFC Stoneham
A rollercoaster of a game at Chapel Gate. Samantha Gubb put Sports one up within the first quarter hour only for Carla Hobbs to level it up after 18 minutes. Four minutes before the break Lauren Timbrell had the visitors leading. However, ten minutes into the second period, Emma Acott equalised laying the groundwork for Stacey Lewis to win it three minutes before the end.
Fleet Town P-P AFC Portchester
Havant & Waterlooville P-P Eastleigh Reserves
Rushmoor P-P Selsey Development
Woking 1-1 AFC Stoneham
In a tight game Stoneham took a 1-0 lead into half-time. However, Helen Ogle equalised for The Cards five minutes into the second period. The game could have gone either way but a last minute penalty, awarded for handball, looked as if it may have tipped towards Woking. However, Ogle's penalty was saved and the score remained level. Read the match report on the Woking FC web site and check out the match action courtesy of James Prickett Photos.
Fixtures - Sunday 5 November - 2pm ko (unless stated)
Badshot Lea v Ascot United
A classic bottom versus top clash. The Baggies are on a very difficult run of form, having lost their last six league games. Ascot have yet to lose in the league. Having said that, the Yellawomen have only played one away league match so far, a 1-0 win at Eastleigh. The sides have already met this season, a 5-2 United win at the Racecourse Ground in September.
Operatix Community Ground, Westfield Lane, Wrecclesham GU10 4PF
Bournemouth Sports v Oxford City
This could well be the Premier League clash of the day. Sports are still unbeaten in the league this season. City have not lost in four, winning three of them including two consecutive 4-0 victories. Oxford are the league's top scorers and have Ellie White and Emily Harris as the top to scorers in the league with 23 between them. Bournemouth have the meanest defence, having only conceded three so far.
Chapel Gate, Nr Hurn Airport, East Parley, Hampshire BH23 6BL.
Woodley United v Winchester City Flyers
Both of these teams had a week off last week. Woodley's game with Wycombe fell foul of the weather whilst it was Warminster's turn to be the odd team out. Woodley slipped to fourth after Oxford won to go above them. City remain in seventh spot. United lost their last home league outing, 2-1 to Oxford City. They'll be aware that both of Winchester's two victories this season have come on the road, 1-0 at Eastleigh and 2-1 at Warminster.
UofR Bulmershe Pavilion, Woodlands Avenue, Woodley, Reading, Berks RG5 3HE
Wycombe Wanderers v Eastleigh
These two are separated by just a point in sixth and fifth respectively. However, Wanderers do have two game sin hand after their game at Woodley was called off at the weekend. Eastleigh, meanwhile, we going down 2-0 at home to in-form Bournemouth Sports. The Spitfires won 1-0 at the 18178 Stadium last season, courtesy of a late Danielle O'Leary goal.
18i78 Stadium, Wymers Wood Road, Burnham SL1 8JG
Division One North
Ascot United Reserves v Beaconsfield Town
Ascot's game at Milton on Sunday was postponed leaving them still in eighth spot. Beaconsfield, meanwhile, were toppled 4-2 at home by league leaders Kidlington. Only a point separates the teams, although The Rams have played a game more. Ascot are yet to win at home, Beaconsfield are yet to take a point on the road, although they've only played one away from Holloways Park.
Ascot United Racecourse Ground, Winkfield Road, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 7LJ
Eversley & California v Long Crendon
Long Crendon got back to winning ways at the weekend with a resounding 5-2 defeat of Abingdon United Development. Eversley lost their fourth league game on the bounce when they went down 4-1 at Chesham. Last season Eversley drew at Long Crendon, sharing six goals. The game at Fox Lane was won 1-0 by Long Crendon, a goal from Emma Leith being the difference.
Eversley Sports Association, Fox Lane, Eversley RG27 0NS
Kidlington v Caversham United
The Greens made it four league wins on the bounce at the weekend when they won 4-2 at Beaconsfield.. That winning run actually started at Caversham back in early October when two from Courtney Sumner and goals from Sara Pinna and Abi Haynes saw Kidlington win 4-2. Due to injury problems and the odd team break, Caversham have not played since this game.
Exeter Park, Crown Road, Kidlington OX5 1AB
Milton United v Wycombe Wanderers u23
United have not played a league game since October 1st and this game will only be their fourth of the season. Wanderers come into the game on the back of five league wins on the run, including last weekend's last gasp 3-2 defeat of Penn & Tylers Green. Shannon Read's hat-trick t the weekend pushed her to joint top of the scoring charts with ten in here seven games.
Milton Heights, Potash Lane, Milton, Abingdon OX14 4XB
Penn & Tylers Green v Abingdon United Development
Both of these teams suffered defeat at the weekend. Abingdon were beaten 5-2 at Long Crendon whilst Penn lost a five goal thriller to an added time Wycombe winner. This game sees two of the division's top scorers go head to head. Abingdon's Mimi Hodges has 10 in seven games and is level at the top of the chart with Shannon Read. Henna Hussain, however, has a better percentage rate than both with eight goals in just five outings.
French School Meadow, Elm Road, Penn HP10 8LG
Division One South
AFC Portchester v Havant & Waterlooville
Third versus second as Portchy defend their 100% season record. Their game at Fleet was called off on Sunday but Stoneham's draw at Woking means they are still only four points off top spot with three games in hand. The Hawk's game at home to Eastleigh was also postponed, so they remain second there points off the leaders having played the same number of games.
Venue: AFC Portchester Womens
Abbey Rangers v AFC Stoneham
After letting a 2-1 half-time lead dissolve to lose 3-2 at Bournemouth Sports Reserves on Sunday, Abbey face the tough task of matching up to the division's leaders and top scorers this weekend. The Purps have already scored 30 goals in their seven league games this season and, in Chloe Melton (14), have the league's runaway top scorer in their ranks. This the second meeting this season. Stoneham won 5-1 back in September. After going in level at half-time, The Purps hit four without reply in the second period.
Addlestone Moor, Addlestone, Surrey KT15 2QH
Bournemouth Sports Reserves v Rushmoor
Sports consolidated fourth spot on Sunday when they came from 2-1 down to beat Abbey Rangers 3-2. Stacey Lewis grabbing the decisiove goal on 87 minutes. Rushmoor haven't managed a win since beating Flett 4-0 in September. Earlier that month these sides met at Rushmoor in an extraordinary game that saw Sports lead 4-0 at the break before Rushmoor came back at them. The game ended 4-6 to Sports despite only being 3-4 after 90 minutes.
Chapel Gate, Nr Hurn Airport, East Parley, Hampshire BH23 6BL.
Woking v Fleet Town
Woking are the division's form team at the moment. On a run of three wins and a draw in all competitions, they held high-flying Stoneham to a 1-1 draw on Sunday. This has seen them climb from ninth on zero points to fifth on seven pint, in the space of 30 days. Fleet are still winless this season. After drawing the first game, they've gone on to lose five league game son the bounce, which includes defeat on all there away games.
Eastwood Leisure Centre, Albert Drive, Sheerwater, Woking GU22 5RF