AFC Stoneham 1-1 Eversley & California (AFC Stoneham won 3-2 on penalties)
The Boars took the lead in this game through Rae Roberts but were pegged back 20 minutes later by a strike from Faith Small. The game went to a penalty shootout which swung backwards and forwards before Stoneham eventually came out on top by 3-2. Andrew Batt (@andrewbatt5) was again on hand to capture some great photos from the game. You can also see the moment that Stoneham won the game in this video clip from their Twitter feed.
Chesham United 5-0 Penn & Tylers Green
Another tough day out for Penn as their cup run ended at higher-ranked Chesham. However, they put up a good fight in what sounded like an entertaining game in front of 138 spectators. Goals from Gemma Fraser(3), Becky Bloor and Emma Delves saw Chesham into the hat. The Chesham Twitter feed has video clips from the game, click on the goal scorers names for clips of some of the goals.
Millwall Lionesses 7-0 Long Crendon
Goals from Maisie Joyce(4), Jade Keogh, Otesha Charles(2) put paid to Long Crendon's FA Cup campaign.
Wings Media were once again on hand to capture some superb shots of the game. You can also re-live the game and he build-up in a fantastic video from Carl Catling Media. Fantastic coverage from both.
Milton United 2-2 Caversham United
Twice Milton went in front through Charlotte Comley and April England but twice Caversham pegged them back with both goals coming from Freya Jenkins. Milton retain their unbeaten start to the league season and open a two point gap at the top with a game in hand over second placed Kidlington.
Woodley United P-P Kidlington
Caversham United v Kidlington
Fourth takes on second this Sunday. The Goats made it two consecutive away draws thanks to Freya Jenkins' two strikes at Milton on Sunday. Kidlington's game at Woodley was postponed due to the weather at the weekend. They will be keen to get back on the pitch and bolstered from their 4-1 defeat of Caversham on the opening day of the season. Despite a little dip in form since their opening few games, the Greens remain in second spot just two points shy of leaders Milton.
Mapeldurham Recreation Ground, Upper Woodcote Road, Mapledurham, Reading RG4 7LD
Long Crendon v Woodley United
Woodley will be fresh after seeing their game postponed at the weekend. They currently sit second from bottom but have only played two league games so far this season. Their last win in all competitions came at home to Long Crendon in September. Goals from May Hamblin and Ellen Surtees seeing them home. Crendon make a welcome return to league action after their cup exploits at Millwall last weekend. They'll be looking to make it four league games without defeat.
Long Crendon Recreation Ground, 9 Chearsley Road, Long Crendon HP18 9BS
Milton United v Carterton
A classic top versus bottom clash at the Heights. Milton's draw with Caversham at the weekend was the first time they had dropped league points all season. They do, however, go into this one still defending their unbeaten record and as the league's leading scorers thanks to three players in the top five scorer's list, Charlottle Comley, Sarah Saunders and Mollie Dyer. Carterton are looking for their first points of the season and have so far found goals quite hard to come by.
Milton Heights, Potash Lane, Milton, Abingdon OX14 4XB
Penn & Tylers Green v Eversley & California
Penn & Tylers Green return to league action after two extremely tough cup games against higher opposition. However, they are unbeaten in the league and, with games in hand over those above them, could be level on points with the leaders should they take advantage of the extra games. The Boars also went out of the County Cup to higher paced opposition and then lost out on penalties in the FA Cup last Sunday. However, before those two games they had shown some real firepower in defeating Carterton 4-0 and Caversham 3-1 and still have not lost in a game where Rebekah Pantony scores.
French School Meadow, Elm Road, Penn HP10 8LG