Milton United 0-2 Woodley United
Woodley have been on a fantastic run of form recently which has seen them go from fourth spot in October, to the head of the league. With only a point needed to take the title, Woodley produced yet another great performance, inflicting Milton's first defeat of the season. A goal in each half from Bonnie Messitt and Sarah Lawrence, combined with yet another clean sheet, was enough to secure the title with a game to go.
You can read all about it on the Reading Today site. Both Oakmist Photography and Andrew Batt were there to capture the action and celebrations in glorious style.
Massive congratulations to all at Woodley United FC. A superb effort and an amazing run of results.
Carterton 0-5 Penn & Tylers Green
Penn won for the first time since last October with a dominant second half display. They led 1-0 at half-time but managed to put another four past Carterton in the second half. The goals were spread throughout the team, with Henna Hussain, Georgie Lloyd, Emma Nolan, Sasha Smith, Rebecca Stopforth all adding to their totals. With two games to go, Penn will be looking for maximum points to secure third spot.
Eversley & California 2-2 Caversham United
Goals from Rae Roberts and Natasha Elcox gave The Boars a healthy looking 2-0 lead at the break. However, the Goats showed some great determination to hit back with two goals from Steph Nelson, the equaliser coming very late in the game. Well worth taking a look at the Caversham United Women Twitter feed for some great photos and videos, including this clip of the equaliser
Long Crendon P-P Kidlington
A shout out also has to go to Abingdon United, Champions of the Premier League after they defeated nearest rivals Ascot United 2-0. Abingdon, despite ruling the roost in the division all season, had already lost twice to Ascot. However, when it really counted, they came up trumps thanks to goals from Megan Crawford and Lindsay Pinker.
Fixtures (14:00 ko)
Ascot United v Eversley & California
With the league title decided, Ascot United will turn their attention to the League Cup Quarter-Final. Likewise, Eversley are safe from the bottom of Division 1 North and can now place their focus on the cup too. Ascot got here by courtesy of a bye and then a superb 2-1 win at Abingdon United in the last round. Eversley also had a bye in the First Round before seeing off Premier League Winchester Flyers 2-1 in the last round. The winners of this game will go on to take on either Bournemouth Sports or Wycombe Wanderers in the Semi-Final.
The Racecourse Ground, Winkfield Road, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 7LJ
Eastleigh v Long Crendon
Another Premier League versus Division 1 North clash as mid-table Eastleigh take on mid-table Long Crendon. Eastleigh's progress has come through 1-0 win at Penn & Tylers Green followed by a 3-1 defeat of Woking in the last round. Long Crendon saw off Carterton 5-0 in the First Round before receiving a home walkover against Selsey Development to set up this tie. The winners will face either AFC Stoneham or Rushmoor Community, both of Division 1 South.
The Silverlake Stadium, Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh, Hampshire SO50 9HT
Chairman's Cup (1st Round)
Woodley United v Abbey Rangers
Fresh from their league title, Woodley get no rest as they return to Bulmershe Pavilion to face Division 1 South side Abbey Rangers in the Chairman's Cup, currently held by Abingdon Town. With Rangers struggling towards the bottom of the league, Woodley will go into the game favourites. However, Rangers have taken nine point from the last twelve in the league, so are clearly on an upwards trend. The winner will take on either Abingdon United or Oxford City in Round 2.
UofR Bulkmershe Pavilion, Woodlands Avenue, Woodley, Reading, Berks RG5 3HE
Penn & Tylers Green v Caversham United
Both of these sides have come back into goal scoring form in the last two games. Penn scored five last time out, with five different scorers. Caversham have clocked up seven in their last two games, with six different players getting on the score sheet. The reverse fixture finished 3-0 to Penn with two goals from Ellie Ludgate-Williams and another from Sasha Smith. However, this will be United's last game of the season and they will want to finish with a flourish.
French School Meadow, Elm Road, Penn HP10 8LG