The Goats will be looking to put last weekend's 2-1 defeat at GC United behind them as they welcome Berkshire Dons to Mapeldurham Rec.
The Dons are having a decent season and currently sit in fifth spot on 29 points. Caversham are now tenth on 16 points. The sides have met once this season back in November. An early Euan Barker goal for the Goats was cancelled out by Albert Klossi as the sides shared the points with a 1-1 draw. Dons come into the game on the back of a 5 game unbeaten run which has included four wins, and encompassed an excellent 4-2 win at Emmer Green. The Goats Euan Barker will be looking to score for the third game on the bounce having notched at Burghfield and at GC last weekend.
Caversham United v Berkshire Dons
KO 10:30. Mapledurham Playing Fields, RG4 8LD
Caversham United Women
Caversham's women's team came up against a Penn & Tylers Green team that were on fire last Sunday in the Cup Final (Merritt Award). They may have been beaten but they played their part in an immensely entertaining game of football and will no doubt lift some silverware in the near future. This weekend they are back in league action and looking to get themselves as high up the table as possible. They pay a visit to the league's bottom side Mortimer who they already beaten once, 2-0 in November with goals from Stacey Butler and Rosie Page-Smith. However, they won't underestimate their opponents who, last Sunday, progressed to the Semi-Final of the League Cup after winning a penalty shoot-out against The Goats local rivals, Caversham AFC.
Mortimer Ladies v Caversham United Women
KO 2pm. Alfred Palmer Memorial Field, RG7 3TW.
As always, all of the teams would massively appreciate extra support. If you are in the area, why not go along and savour some top grassroots football? You won't regret it.