Oxford Athletic 2-0 Carterton
Carterton bowed out of the County Cup to their Thames Valley Division One opponents. With just the league to focus on now, they will be looking to make the most of the remaining four fixtures to both build for next season and get as close as they can to lifting themselves off the bottom of the table, starting with their trip to Caversham on Sunday.
Eversley & California 2-1 Winchester City Flyers
A great result for the Boars. Goals from Rae Roberts and Jo Hartfield Brown negated Sharna Capel-Watson's strike for Flyers, giving the Division 1 North side a Premier League scalp. The Boars will now face Premier League opposition again in the Quarter-Finals after Ascot United edged past Abingdon United.
Milton United 1-5 Wycombe Wanderers
Wanderers showed their Premier League credentials, especially in the first half. A hat-trick from Freya Harris plus one each from Amy Leach and Katie Riddington gave the Chairgirls a 5-0 lead at the break. Milton managed to pull a late goal back through Charlotte Comley, to spoil Wycombe's clean sheet, but it was too little, too late for United, who now can turn their focus back to the league. Wycombe now will now take on fellow Premier League side, Bournemouth Sports.
Penn & Tylers Green 0-0 Long Crendon
With ten league draws between these two, it was hardly a surprise that this game ended all square. Penn's recent run of five draws and a defeat, in their last six games has effectively ended their chances of a top two finish. Although, with Woodley still to play, they can have a major effect on the destination of title. Likewise Long Crendon, who will welcome Milton United on the last day of the season.
Woodley United 7-0 Caversham United
The Woodley juggernaut flattened another opponent on Sunday. This weekend close neighbours Caversham United became the seventh consecutive team to experience the full force of Woodley's march up the table. Desire a spirited start from The Goats, Woodley were five up by the break and add two more in the second half. That's now 33 goals without reply in seven games. Incredible stats. Woodley's scorers were May Hamblin(3), Gemma Sims(2), Sarah Lawrence and Mollie Haynes.
Read a detailed report of the game from The Wandering Tractor (@wanderintractor) and check out the photos taken by Andrew batt (@andrewbatt5).
League (2pm ko)
Caversham United v Carterton
Carterton are still searching for their first league win of the season but will fancy their chances against a Goats side who have only managed one win at Mapeldurham so far. The sides met in the early stages of the eason when a Sumayah Zayadi goal was enough to give Caversham all three points. Goal scoring has been the issue for both teams this season, both have only managed 8 goals a piece so far, so don't expect a goal-fest (now I've said that it's going to end 5-5).
Mapeldurham Recreation Ground, Upper Woodcote Road, Mapledurham, Reading RG4 7LD
Eversley & California v Long Crendon
Eversley now haven't lost a game in all competitions since their 2-0 defeat at Woodley in November. Two wins and two draws later, they are team gaining in confidence. Crendon earned a very respectable draw at Penn last weekend and will, no doubt, be looking for a strong finish to their season, especially as they have still only lost twice this season. The sides only met in the reverse fixture a three weeks ago, a thoroughly entertaining 3-3 draw. Eversley are yet to draw at home but with Long Crendon in town, that could well change this weekend.
Eversley Sports Association, Fox Lane, Eversley RG27 0NS
Milton United v Kidlington
Milton will be smarting after being knocked off the top of the league at the weekend. They will be looking for three points to keep the pressure on Woodley ahead of the big clash next weekend. Of course, The Greens will be looking for some revenge after they lost 7-2 in the reverse fixture, the game that saw their unbeaten start to the season come to an end.
Milton Heights, Potash Lane, Milton, Abingdon OX14 4XB
Penn & Tylers Green v Woodley United
Not that long ago this fixture could well have been seen as a title decider. However, since Penn last won a league game on October 30th (the same day that any team scored past United in the league), Woodley have won all seven of their league outings. In the midst of this run was a 4-0 win for United which ended Penn's unbeaten league run. A tough ask for Penn who will need to be at their absolute best to put a stop to this run of Woodley results.
French School Meadow, Elm Road, Penn HP10 8LG
Two weeks ago this blog led with the title Two Horse Race? Well, its still not mathematically certain to go to either Milton or Woodley, but it would now require a miracle for Penn to catch both of them. We'll be following the run-in to the title, which promises to be fascinating, especially as the top two have to play each other shortly. It is not beyond the realms of possibility that Milton could go through the season unbeaten but still not claim the title. Make sure you check out this weekly blog for more updates.