Meanwhile, in the league, Henna Hussain single-handedly shook up both the league table and the top scorer table with a five goal haul against table-toppers Kidlington in Penn's 7-3 victory.
Bromley 3-2 AFC Portchester
A rip-roaring cup tie that swung this way and that before the home side snatched it in added time. Portchester took the lead in the first half through Eilidh Currie, and held onto it until the break. Ten minutes after half-time Beth Hull equalised for Bromley. With 11 minutes remaining Charlotte Lee then put the home side 2-1 up only for Portchy to hit back through El Williams. Then, two minutes into added time Beth Hull hit her second, and what proved to be the winning, goal.
You can read all about it in the AFC Portchester Match Report or check out the Bromley Matchday VLOG. For photos of the game, and most of Portchy's matches, follow @LindsayHyde1 on X.
Sticker 0-4 AFC Stoneham
This game was still goalless with 8 minutes to go until half-time. However, that was just the precursor to the Chloe Melton show. The Stoneham hot-shot put her side in front after 37 minutes and then, a minute into added time, doubled the lead. Her hat-trick was completed five minutes into the second half. Just past the hour mark, with the game looking safe, Melton added hers and Stoneham's fourth of the day to see them safely into the hat. Stoneham will be heading West again in the Second Round as they travel to either Plymouth Argyle or Ilminster Town.
Woodley United 0-4 Oxford United
A bold effort from Woodley as they held off National League Southern Premier side Oxford United for close to half an hour. Zoe Barratt then put Oxford ahead with Jenna Legg adding a second four minutes before the break. Woodley never gave up the game but a quickfire double just past the hour, first from Barratt again and then from Sarah King, secured Oxford's place in the hat for Round 2. Read the match report on the Oxford United website and check out the fabulous photo coverage from Andy Wicks Photography.
Top of the Table - Ascot united : Top Scorer - Ellie White (14), Oxford City
Oxford City 1-1 Eastleigh
Amber O'Reilly scored late in the first half to give Eastleigh the lead in this one. The Spitfires so nearly held out for all three points before the league's top scorer, Ellie White, popped up four minutes into added time to rescue a point for Oxford.
Warminster Town P-P Wycombe Wanderers
Winchester City Flyers 0-1 Ascot United
A third 1-0 victory on the trot for league leaders Ascot United. They were made to work for this one by a determined Flyers team who, ultimately, couldn't find an answer to Laura Moss's second half strike. Read the match report on the Ascot United website.
Division One North
Top of the Table - Kidlington : Top Scorer(s) - Henna Hussain, Courtney Sumner (13) Penn 7 Tylers Green, Kidlington
Level at 1-1 after 45 minutes, this game took off in the second period with Ascot coming out on top. Ruby Herring and Mimi Hodges were on the mark for Abingdon. Two from Mya Bowler plus goals from Millie Bilcliff and Hannah Sheehan secured the points for the visitors.
Beaconsfield Town 1-3 Long Crendon
Long Crendon cranked up the pressure on the leaders with a good three points away at Beaconsfield. Grainne McNally was once again on the score sheet for The Rams, her eighth of the season. It was all square at the break, however, Two from Tara Woodward and a sixth of the season from Eleanor Lovelock saw Long Crendon through to victory.
Eversley & California P-P Caversham United
Milton United 1-1 Chesham United Development
Chesham top scorer Katie West was on the mark midway through the first half to give her side a 109 lead. However, four minutes before the break Jessica Exell levelled it up for Milton. That's the way it stayed as the sides fought out a hard-earned point each, maintaining their respective unbeaten runs.
Penn & Tylers Green 7-3 Kidlington
Henna Hussain took centre stage as Penn ended Kidlington's long winning streak in some style. Liberty Dieppe gave Penn an early lead but then Hussain took over, scoring five times. Rebecca Stopforth also added a goal of her own along the way. Kiera Isaac and two from Olivia Thacker formed the Kidlington response as Penn kept the league's top scorer, Courtney Sumner, quiet.
Division One South
Top of the Table - AFC Stoneham : Top Scorer - Chloe Melton (19) AFC Stoneham
Woking generated plenty of chances in this game but ultimately there was nothing between the sides. Emily Phillips put Sports ahead in the 13th minute with a quick counter-attack. Just before the half-hour mark Helen Ogle was in the right place to equalise for The Cards. There were chances at either end towards the end of the game but no more scoring. Read the full (and excellent) match report on the Woking Web site.
Fleet Town 3-5 Abbey Rangers
Fleet rattled in three goals in a game for the first time this season but still found themselves on the wrong side of the result as Rampant Rangers hit five. Molly Greenaway, Heather McCabe and Teyla Poulter were the Fleet scorers. Lauren Timbrell, Carla Hobbs, Leah Robertson, Beth Easterman and Jessica Tripp were on the score sheet for the visitors.
Havant & Waterlooville P-P Rushmoor
Fixtures - Sunday 19th November - 2pm ko (unless stated)
Warminster Town v Ascot United
The only game in the Premier League this weekend sees leaders Ascot looking to extend their lead at the top to eight points as they travel to second from bottom Warminster Town. The reverse fixture was only played at the end of October and was the last time Warminster played after their game with Wycombe was postponed. That day as single Sarah Leonard goal was enough to edge the Yellawomen to all three points.
Weymouth Street, Warminster BA12 9NS
Division One North
Abingdon United Development v Beaconsfield Town
United lost to Ascot Reserves at the weekend, a result that created a gap between the bottom three (including Beaconsfield) and the rest of the division. The Rams are now seven points adrift of Abingdon, having played the same number of games, making this something of a must win if they want to stay in touch. The reverse fixture, played in October, was all-square at the break but goals from Mimi Hodges, Georgia Taylor and Nina Maitlis saw United secure a 4-1 victory.
Northcourt Road, Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX14 1PL
Ascot United Reserves v Caversham United
The Yellawomen Reserves secured a very valuable three points last weekend with a 4-2 at Abingdon. This will be the first meeting between the sides this season after the reverse fixture was postponed. The Goats are not having the best of seasons, losing a number of players to injury and yet to secure a point in the league. A win for Ascot could see them climb as high as fourth, depending on other results.
Racecourse Ground, Winkfield Road, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 7LJ
Chesham United Development v Wycombe Wanderers u23
Wycombe had a weekend off last Sunday whilst Chesham were securing a good point at Milton United. Coincidentally, Milton were also Wycombe's last opponents, edging a 3-2 victory at the Heights, despite more goals for both Ammara Qureshi and Shannon Read. Chesham have only lost one at home this season and that was on the opening day when Long Crendon beat them 5-3. 10-goal Katie West will be a threat to the Wycombe back-line.
Chiltern Hills Academy, Chartridge Road, Chesham HP52 2RG
Long Crendon v Penn & Tylers Green
Long Crendon have won their last three games. At the weekend their 3-1 win at Beaconsfield saw them move to within six points of Kidlington with three games in hand. That lead was cut at the hands of Penn, who smashed seven past the leaders, five of which were scored by the league's new leading markswoman, Henna Hussain. Both league meetings between these sides last season ended in draws, 0-0 at French School Meadows and 1-1 back at Chearsley, when Amber Cattell scored for Crendon and Henna Hussain for Penn.
Chearsley Road, Long Crendon HP18 9BS
Berks & Bucks County Cup Quarter Final
Milton United v MK Dons SET
United become the third Division One North side to come up against MK Dons SET in recent years. Last season MK put 17 past Penn & Tylers Green. They got through to this stage of the competition with a 6-0 win at Long Crendon last month. Milton progressed to this stage with a home walkover over Caversham United.
Milton Heights, Potash Lane, Milton, Abingdon OX14 4XB
Wycombe Wanderers v Abingdon United
Wanderers disposed of Penn & Tylers Green in the last round, setting up a tricky looking tie with last season's Premier League champions, Abingdon United. The Yellows have acquitted themselves well in the National League, currently in fifth place having won five of their eight league games. Wycombe themselves are on a good run having not lost a league game since the opening day.
18i78 Stadium, Wymers Wood Road, Burnham SL1 8JG
Woodley United v New Bradwell St Peter
United come up against East Midlands Division 1 side New Bradwell, who earlier in the season put Milton United out of the FA Cup, a game that BotP witnessed (United Fail Three Petes Challenge). Since gaining promotion to the Premier Division, Woodley have only lost one league game. The Petes, despite their various cup successes, are yet to win a league game, although they did get a creditable draw with third-placed Stamford last time out.
UofR Bulmershe Pavilion, Woodlands Avenue, Woodley, Reading, Berks RG5 3HE
Capital Women's Cup (Intermediate)
Regents Park Rangers v Abbey Rangers
Greater London Premier League side Rangers are yet to win in their league and are five points adrift of safety, although they did take a pint against 7th placed Camden Town two weeks ago. Abbey's 5-3 win at Fleet on Sunday lifted them into mid-table but they have played more games than the teams below them. Carla Hobbs and Lauren Timbrell have scored exactly half of all Abbey's goals this season.
London Marathon Pavilion Queen Elizabeth Walk, London, Greater London Authority SW13 9SA
Welling United v Woking
The Cards travel to South-East London to take on London & South East Division 1 South outfit Welling who currently find themselves fourth in the table, despite a goal difference of -15. The Cards go into the game on a run of six unbeaten in all competitions, including four victories in that sequence. They don't score a huge number of goals but they don't concede either. In fact, they have the joint second tightest defence in the league so far.
Baldon Sports Ground, Eltham Palace Road, SE9 5LU
Fleet Town v Rushmoor
A cup tie is exactly what these two sides need to give them a break from the rigours of the league. Fleet still only have a single league point, obtained on the first day. Rushmoor have not taken a league point since the end of September when they clocked up a second consecutive win with a 4-0 defeat of Fleet. One things is for sure though, there's never a dull game involving Rushmoor. 45 goals scored or conceded in seven games demonstrates that.
Crookham Road, Fleet GU51 5FA
Oxfordshire FA Women's Cup
Kidlington v Banbury United
Thames Valley side Banbury United make the short trip down to Kidlington hoping to bridge the one division difference between the sides. United haven't been having the best of seasons so far, having won just once in the league, a 3-2 away victory at Carterton. However, they have only failed to score once this season. Top scorer is former Carterton player, Zoe Pugh. Kidlington, despite losing at the weekend, remain clear at the top of Division One North and, of course, have 13-goal Courtney Sumner leading their line.
Exeter Park, Crown Road, Kidlington OX5 1AB
Tower Hill v Oxford City 13:30
There's a three division gap between these sides but Tower Hill have been having a superb season and currently sit six points clear at the top of Thames Valley Division 3 West having played eight and won eight. Top scorer Talane Smith has smashed in 16 goals in 8 games so far. Oxford, of course, have their own hot-shot, or should I say hot-shots, in 14-goal Ellie White and 12-goal Emily Harris. With that sort of strike power on show from both sides, this one has goals written all over it.
West Witney Sports Club, Witney, Oxfordhire OX29 0NB
Women's Senior Cup
Eversley & California v Southampton FC PGA u21
The Boars will welcome a break from the league, in which they are yet to take a point in five games.
Havant & Waterlooville v Winchester City Flyers
An all Southern Region tie that sees The Hawks of Division One South play host to Premier League Winchester. Three consecutive league defeats have seen Havant drop to fourth, although they are still performing well in the first season at this level having leapt several division in the process. Winchester's season has been mixed. Their current run of four defeats in all competitions came on the back of a run of three consecutive wins. Striker Annie Northwood is averaging a goal per game for Flyers whilst Havant have two players on 4 goals, Jodie Burchell and Emma-Jane May.
Westleigh Park, Havant PO9 5TH
Moneyfields Reserves v Bournemouth Sports
Sports, who have been having a great season so far, get to test themselves against National League Reserve South West side Moneyfields. Moneys have only won once in the league so far and that came on the road. Sports are unbeaten in the league and have lost just once, an FA Cup exit at Keynsham Town. Becky Miles leads the way in the scoring charts with 6, but their 17 goals have been spread across 9 players, showing they pose a threat across the entire team.
Venue: Moneyfields Reserves Women
Southampton v AFC Stoneham
The Purps may be flying high in Division One South and be the last Southern Region side left in the FA Cup, but this is a tough one for them. Southampton Women ply their trade in the National League Division One South, alongside last season's SoReg Premier winners Abingdon United. They've only won one in seven in the league but are also into the next round of the FA Cup after winning 5-0 at Bitton. Stoneham have lost only once in all competitions this season.
Test Park Sports Ground, Southampton, SO16 9JX
Southampton Reserves v Bournemouth Sports Reserves
A proper South Coast Derby. Southampton Reserves play in the National League South-West Reserve Division and are currently fourth in the table, although they have played more games than any other team in the division. Their last three games have seen them win, lose and draw (not in that order). Bournemouth Sports Reserves are sitting second in their league, just three points adrift of AFC Stoneham. The Purps were the last team to beat them, In early October. Since then they have won two and drawn another.
Test Park Sports Ground, Southampton, SO16 9JX
Note: With both Southampton teams drawn at home, these games with either be staggered or one of the teams will play elsewhere. Venue/time to be updated when known.
Moneyfields v Eastleigh
Whilst their Ressies take on Bournemouth Sports, Moneyfields first team are also drawn against a SoReg Premier outfit in Eastleigh. It's fair to say that the Spitfires' season has not managed to take off yet although they were unlucky to miss out on three points last Sunday when a 94th minute Oxford City equaliser denied them the win. Moneys are on a run of three wins and a draw in their last four, most recently a 7-3 defeat of Ashford Town in the FA Cup. Strikers Kau'Inohea Taylor and Charley Wilson-Wilton have 27 goals between them already this season.
Moneyfield Avenue, Portsmouth, PO3 6LA