Top of the Table - Ascot United : Top Scorer Ellie White (14), Oxford City
Only one Premier League game survived this weekend and that gave Bournemouth Sports an opportunity to exert more pressure on leaders Ascot United. Sports took their chance in some style. Becky Miles, Hollie Shaw and Liane Folkenstern for Bournemouth and a response from Charlie Snelling for Flyers, saw the home side lead 3-1 at the interval. Emily Phillips made it 4-1 ten minutes into the second half, before all three of Bournemouth's first half scorers scored again.
Warminster Town P-P Wycombe Wanderers
Division One North
Top of the Table - Kidlington : Top Scorer - Henna Hussain (20), Penn & Tylers Green
Penn made it four league wins on the trot and ended Ascot's three game winning streak. Goals from Rachel Harnby, Rebecca Stopforth and Alexia Spokes were enough for a 3-1 victory. The victory lifts Penn to within three points of leaders Kidlington, with a massive three games in hand and a huge match against third-placed Wycombe next weekend.
Caversham United 0-8 Beaconsfield Town
Beaconsfield won for the first time since mid-September and heaped more woe on The Goats. The Rams got off to a flying start with Hannah Hester and Erin Dennis putting them two up before the quarter hour. Freya Harris and Emma Hester then doubled the advantage before the break. To be fair, Caversham steadied the ship after the break before Beaconsfield put them to the sword again in the final 20 minutes. Erin Dennis got her second goal before Grainne McNally, Kia Pantazis and Elle Scott completed the rout.
Division One South
Top of the Table - AFC Stoneham : Top Scorer - Chloe Melton (19), AFC Stoneham
This game was abandoned with Sports leading 1-0, after a Fleet player sustained an injury. Best wishes and a speedy recovery to the player concerned.
Rushmoor 4-3 Abbey Rangers
Rushmoor's first league win since September was also some revenge for their 5-2 defeat at Rangers in October. The result also helped Rushmoor to leapfrog their opponents into sixth spot, having played three games fewer.
Rangers goals came from Rebecca Burtenshaw and Leah Robertson in the first half. Melissa Andrews added their third just past the hour. All four of Rushmoor's goals came from top scorer Emma Mutch. The 11th time this season that a SoReg layer has scored four or more in a game.
Milton United P-P Milton Keynes Dons SET
Badshot Lea 0-1 Woodley United
Premier League basement side Badshot Lea gave Woodley a real game in tough conditions for both teams. The only goal of the game was an unfortunate own goal from a Bonnie Messitt corner. Once again this week, we are indebted to Andy Wicks for capturing the action for us.
Havant & Waterlooville P-P Abingdon United Development
Kidlington 1-5 Oxford City
The Division One North leaders, who've been having a minor wobble recently, were dumped out of the League Cup by their Premier League neighbours. Emily Harris, two from top scorer Ellie White and another from Bethany Chapman, responded to by Abi Haynes for Kidlington, had the score at 1-4 after 45 minutes. White completed her hat-trick just before the hour mark as The Hoops cruised through to the next round.
Long Crendon 0-6 AFC Portchester
The North / South divide was in evidence on Sunday as Division One South Portchester put six past Division One North Long Crendon, on their own patch. Two goals each from Aimee Hall-Guy, Millie Bradbury and, of course, Eilidh Currie (both screamers) sent Portchy back to the South coast happy. Check out the @portchyladies X feed for videos of the goals and some excellent photos from @LindsayHyde1. You can also read the match report on the AFC Portchester website.
Woking 2-3(aet) Ascot United
A valiant effort from The Cards who forced Premier League leaders to battle all the way into extra-time to finally edge the game. Philippa Holden put Ascot in front after 17 minutes only for Gaby Hobday to equalise 7 minutes later. Charlotte Keenan then had The Cards if front on the half-hour and up to the break. It took until 65 minutes for Amelia Kimble to level it up and that 's the way it stayed until 6 minutes into extra-time when Alixandra Todd hit what proved to be the winner.
Read the match report on the Woking website and view the superb match action photos from James Prickett.
Fixtures - Sunday 10th December
Badshot Lea v Bournemouth Sports
The Baggies are still chasing that illusive second win of the season and will have a tough test against the division's form side, Bournemouth Sports. Badshot Lea were unlucky to lose out to Woodley last weekend, an own goal being the difference between the teams. Bournemouth are the league's top scorers with 27 in 8 games, although only 6 of those have come on their travels. They also boast the tightest defence with just 8 conceded in those matches.
Operatix Community Ground, Westfield Lane, Wrecclesham GU10 4PF
Oxford City v Woodley United
Back in October The Hoops inflicted Woodley's first defeat of the season with a 2-1 win at Bulmershe Pavilion. That victory came after United took the lead through Sarah Lawrence. League top scorer Ellie White equalised and Bethany Chapman hit the winner five minutes from time. Both sides won away from home in the League Cup last weekend. Whilst Oxford are on a run of three unbeaten in all competitions, Woodley lost their last league outing, 4-1 at Ascot.
Marsh Lane, Marston, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX3 0NQ
Division One North
Ascot United Reserves v Kidlington
Both sides lost at home to Premier League opposition in the League Cup last Sunday. Kidlington also lost their last league match, giving the chasing pack the chance to close the gap at the top. When the teams met at Exeter Park in September, Ascot inflicted Kidlington's first defeat with goals from Olivia Mansell and two from Millie Bilcliff. Abi Haynes was on the mark for The Greens.
Racecourse Ground, Winkfield Road, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 7LJ
Caversham United v Long Crendon
The Goats continue to struggle this season. They've shipped 35 goals in their last four league outings and will desperately want to plug the gaps in their defence quickly. They face a Long Crendon side who conceded six themselves at the weekend, going out of the League Cup to a rampant Portchester team. Last season Long Crendon won this fixture 6-1, so history is also against Caversham. On the plus side for Caversham, they rarely fail to score at home. Last Sunday was the first time this had happened this season.
Mapledurham Recreation Ground, Upper Woodcote Road, Mapledurham, Reading RG4 7LD
Penn & Tylers Green v Wycombe Wanderers u23
The teams go into this match level on points, Penn in second place and Wycombe in third. However, the Chairgirls have played two more than their hosts. Both are three points adrift of Kidlington who have played one more than Wycombe and three more than Penn. The reverse fixture, played in October, saw Wycombe win 3-2 thanks to a Shannon Read hat-trick, the third of which was a 92nd minute winner after Penn had come from 2-0 down at the break.
French School Meadow, Elm Road, Penn HP10 8LG
Division One South
Abbey Rangers v AFC Portchester
Rangers have narrowly lost their last two league games, 1-0 and 4-3 and, following the resignations from Selsey and Eastleigh, are effectively second from bottom. However, there eight points clear of Fleet and level on points with Rushmoor. Portchester are still defending a 100% record and sit second, a point behind Stoneham with two games in hand. The reverse fixture ended 7-1 to Portchy. Doubles for Eilidh Currie, Charmaine True and Elinor Williams and another from Sara Hinton. Carla Hobbs hit the consolation for Abbey.
Addlestone Moor, Addlestone, Surrey KT15 2QH
Fleet Town v Havant & Waterlooville
Two teams new to the division this season but having very contrasting fortunes so far. Fleet are yet to find a win after seven games, including defeat in their last six league outings. Havant are currently third, three points off the top. The Hawks, however, have stuttered a little in recent weeks after a blistering start. Earlier in the season they beat Fleet 3-1. Emma-Jane May had Havant a goal up at half-time. Heather McCabe briefly had Fleet level after an hour before Jodie Burchell and Megan Gratton sealed the win.
Crookham Road, Fleet GU51 5FA
Woking v Bournemouth Sports Reserves
Just two points separate Sports in fourth from Woking in fifth, with The Cards having a game in hand on this weekend's visitor. The teams met just a few weeks back at Chapel Gate. Emily Phillips gave Bournemouth the lead after 13 minutes but, just before the half-hour, Helen Ogle levelled it up and that's how it stayed. There's nothing to suggest that this clash won't be equally as close.
Eastwood Leisure Centre, Albert Drive, Sheerwater, Woking GU22 5RF
AFC Stoneham v Chesham United Development
This League Cup tie matches two of the SoReg top ten scorers. Chloe Melton has already scored 19 goals in 12 appearances for Stoneham so far. She currently sit second in the top scorer chart behind Henna Hussain, who has one more goal. Katie West has scored exactly half of Chesham's goals this season. That's a total of 13 so far but what's more impressive is that they have been scored in just 9 games.
Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh SO16 2PA
Eversley & California v Eastleigh
Eastleigh's season so far can be best described as up and down, epitomised by their league form. Their last three games have seen them lose, draw and win, all on the road. They've not won at home since the opening day. However, Eversley would probably take that record with open arms. They have lost every game they have played so far, albeit that they have only managed five matches. It's been over a month since they last took to the pitch.
ESA, Fox Lane, Eversley RG27 0NS
Milton United v Wycombe Wanderers
After pushing Woodley all the way in Division 1 North last season, Milton haven't quite been able to attain those heights (see what I did there) yet this season. However, this game will provide a great opportunity for them to test themselves out against a top flight team. The Chairgirls sit just below halfway in the table but have at least one game in hand on most above them. They've already edged past Division 1 side Penn & Tylers Green in the County Cup. Neither side played last week, so both will be fresh for this one.
Milton Heights, Potash Lane, Milton, Abingdon OX14 4XB
Winchester City Flyers v Warminster Town
An all Premier League tie featuring sides who have contrasting recent form. Whilst Warminster have won their last two league outings, Winchester have to look back to early October for their last victory in any competition. That win? Yes, you've guessed it, came at Warminster. When Flyers hit back from a first half deficit, thanks to Mia Blazey, with two goals from Shayne Prasad in the final 20 minutes.
Charters Community Stadium, Hiller Way, Winchester SO50 7SU