Kidlington 0-5 Woodley United
Woodley signed off their league season in some style by putting five unanswered goals past Kidlington at Exeter Park. A Lucy Routledge brace and a first goal of the season for Mollie Steadman goal put United three up at the break. May Hamblin added a fourth before Steadman grabbed her second goal to complete the scoring.
Luckily for us Wandering Tractor (@wanderingtractor) was there to capture the action in words and Oakmist Photography (@oakmistphotos) took some great action shots to share with us.
Milton United 6-1 Eversley & California
They may have just run out of steam when it came to the the league title but there was no let-off from Milton as they put Eversley to the sword on Sunday. Sarah Saunders bagged a hat-trick with Mollie Dyer, Charlotte Comley and Georgia Winger adding to the Boar's woes, which were compounded with the news that top scorer Rebekah Pantony suffered a fractured collarbone during the game. Best wishes to Rebekah.
Comley and Dyer are now just one and two goals respectively behind May Hamblin in the race for the top scorer spot. This could make next Sunday's final game at Long Crendon interesting.
Three games this weekend, all 14:00 ko.
Long Crendon v Milton United
After Sunday's victory over Eversley, Milton will be looking to sign off their league season in style, and unbeaten away from home, when they travel to Long Crendon. The hosts, level on points with Penn & Tylers Green, still have ambitions of a third place finish and are defending an unbeaten home record. The sides met on the opening day at The Heights with goals from Charlotte Comley, April England, Natalie Evans and Holly Porter enough to see off Crendon by 4-1. Michelle Bailey replying for the visitors.
Long Crendon Recreation Ground, 9 Chearsley Road, Long Crendon HP18 9BS
Chairman's Cup QF
Chichester City v Woodley United
Chichester mid table in Div.1 South. Have only played once so far in 2023. Haven't won in any competition since 3-1 at league leaders Badshot Lea in October. Top scorer Elinor Williams has nine goals in seven appearances and scored twice in the 4-4 draw with Milton United in the League Cup. The winners of this tie will take on either Woking or Carterton in the next round.
Oaklands Park, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 6AP
Penn & Tylers Green v Abingdon United
Abingdon, fresh from their Premier League title, came through the previous round of the Chairman's Cup with a 5-4 penalty shoot-out win over Oxford City, after the sides had finished level at 1-1. Penn received a bye in the last round and will be looking forward to testing themselves against higher-ranked opposition. The winners of this tie will face either Kidlington or Badshot Lea in the next round.
French School Meadow, Elm Road, Penn HP10 8LG