Kidlington P-P Eversley & California
AFC Stoneham 1-4 Badshot Lea
A crowd of over 150 saw The Purps take an early lead in this game, only for Badshot Lea to storm back and lead 2-1 at the break. Two more in the second half saw Badshot Lea run out 4-1 winners, giving themselves an unassailable four ponit lead at the top. The Baggies' goals on the day came from Lucy Cook(2), Nicola Moore and Emma Gregory-Barns.
Massive congratulations to Badshot Lea, not only winning the league but achieving back to back titles and promotions. Also, giving me the chance to use "Baggies Are Champions" as the blog title. As a former West Brom season ticket holder, the headline has a pleasing ring to it.
There are some great photos from both Sheena Booker (@girltinyshooter) and James Prickett (@prickettpics). Both well worth taking a look at.
Eversley & California v Penn & Tylers Green
Postponed from two weeks ago, at least this gives me a chance to use #AmpersandDerby again. Eversley have two games in hand on Caversham United, who have completed their league season. They are just a point behind them and will no doubt have an aim to finish above them. Penn are there points clear of Long Crendon and will be looking to consolidate their third place finish. In the reverse fixture two goals from Henna Hussain and another from Sasha Smith gave Penn a 3-0 victory.
ESA, Fox Lane, Eversley RG27 0NS
Chairman's Cup Semi-Final
Woking v Woodley United
With the D1N title already in the bag, Woodley will be pushing hard to add a Cup Final to an already superb season. However Woking, safe in mid-table of D1S, have nothing but this cup left to focus on as well. They've managed to get to this stage without playing a game in the competition, receiving a bye in Round 1 and then a walkover in the Quarter-Final. The winners of this tie will face a tough task against either D1S champions Badshot Lea or Premier League champions Abingdon United.
Woking College 3G, Rydens Way, Woking GU22 9DL