Carterton 2-4 Kidlington
Two Sam Wadey-Smith goals for Carterton were not enough to prevent Kidlington continuing their superb start to the season. Elisha Cox, with two, Abi Haynes and and an own goal saw The Greens run out 4-2 winners and extend their lead at the top of the league.
Caversham United 0-3 Penn & Tylers Green
Penn & Tylers Green came up with the goods again to see off a determined Goats challenge. In an almost exact repeat of last season's Berks & Buck FA Trophy Final, the Buckinghamshire outfit matched the 3-0 result from that match and even managed to have the same players on the scoresheet. The only difference being that whereas in the Final Sasha Smith grabbed two and Ellie Ludgate-Williams one, the roles were reversed with Ludgate-Williams getting two this time.
Bucks & Becks Cup
Milton United 0-1 Reading
By all accounts a sterling effort from United before being narrowly edged out of the game by a single Reading goal. Milton have still only played a single league game this season but remain in second spot. With the FA Cup coming up next week, they will be going into October having still only played once in the league.
Woodley United 2-0 Long Crendon
Top scorer May Hamblin, who has notched in every game for Woodley so far this season, was on target again to put United in front at the break. A second goal from Ellen Surtees completed the scoring with just over a quarter of an hour to go.
The Wanderin Tractor once again made the journey over to make a great report on the game.
This weekend's fixtures, all 14:00 kick-offs:
Caversham United v Eversley & California
These sides met at exactly the same stage of the FA Cup last season, although the location was reversed. On that occasion Caversham came out on top, winning 4-2 with two goals from Freya Jenkins and one each from Caitlin Levy and Holly Swan. Eversley will be well rested, having not had a competitive game since the first weekend of the season. However, United made something of a reputation as a cup team last season. Can they keep it up?
Mapeldurham Recreation Ground, Upper Woodcote Road, Mapledurham, Reading RG4 7LD
Milton United v Ascot United
Another tough test for Milton as they welcome the Premier League leaders to The Heights. Ascot arrive with a 100% record
Another tough test for Milton. Premier league leaders Ascot have a 100% league record and have already scored eight goals in their two games. However, Milton have already showed that they are up for the cup this season having put eight past Slough in the previous round. This promises to be a cracking contest.
Milton Heights, Potash Lane, Milton, Abingdon OX14 4XB
Tilehurst Panthers v Long Crendon
These sides were Thames Valley Division 1 stable mates until this season. They fought out a 1-1 draw at Long Crendon in the league last season but, in the carbon-copy of this game, Long Crendon won 5-0 at Tilehurst with goals from Ellie Northcott(2), Emma Leith, Nicole Jacobs and Megan Baillett. Panthers have gone goal crazy in their last two matches, winning 8-1 at Taplow in the Cup and then thrashing Haddenham 9-0 at home in the league, a game that saw Tilehurst's Deanna Cane notch a double hat-trick.
Reading City FC, Rivermoor Stadium, Scours Lane, Tilehurst, Reading RG30 6AY
Watford v Penn & Tylers Green
It's not easy to find out too much about this game. Watford's first team play their home games at Wealdstone FC's ground but the FA website just states the venue for this game as County Cup Ground #77. Judging by the form of Penn at the moment, I doubt they will be too bothered about where they play. Including the first game that was abandoned (but I am told is going to stand), Sasha Smith and Ellie Ludgate-Williams have already scored seven goals between them this season. They are going to pose a threat going forward to any team ay any location.
County Cup Ground #77 (possibly Wealdstone FC)