Penn & Tylers Green P-P Abingdon United Development
Top of the Table - Bournemouth Sports : Top Scorer - Ellie White (19), Oxford City
Eliza Eaton put Flyers ahead six minutes before the interval, a lead they held up until half-time. Shortly after the restart Aisla Sheppard, called up from the U18 JPL squad, scored her first senior goal to level the scores. However, Amber Taylor then surprised the Yellawomen by restoring Winchester's lead, only for Sheppard to complete her fantastic story by hitting a late equaliser for United.
Read the match report on the Ascot United website.
Eastleigh 2-1 Wycombe Wanderers
The Spitfires leapfrogged Woodley and went three points clear of their opponents with this hard-fought victory. All of the goals came within seven first half minutes. Farrah Thompson put Eastleigh ahead after 33 minutes with Siena Millen doubling the advantage six minutes later. However, just a minute after that, Mia Parkin got one back for The Chairgirls to make for a tense second period.
Division One North
Top of the Table - Long Crendon : Top Scorer - Henna Hussain (21), Penn & Tylers Green
With Storm Isha blowing in, this game was very much affected by the strong wind blowing across The Northcourt. Milton were able to make the most of the conditions, hitting their hosts with a 4-minute Mollie Dyer hat-trick towards the end of the first half. Abingdon never quite recovered from that, despite getting a goal back in the second half through Mimi Hodges. Substitute Maddie Welch rounded off the day for the visitors. You can read the match blog on the BotP website (Mollie's Magic Hat Trick).
Caversham United 2-1 Penn & Tylers Green
Result of the weekend has to go to The Goats. Without a point all season, they faced up to the team in second place. The reverse fixture ended 11-1 to Penn, so there were not too many expectations for Caversham. The Goats also missed a penalty early on and then conceded a goal to Rebecca Stopforth in the second period. With no substitutes and an injury, they were also reduced to ten players. However, Kate Stewart got them back on level terms and then, in the final minute, Freya Jenkins stepped up and put a free-kick into the top corner for an amazing win. Well worth watching the winning goal on the Caversham X feed. Keep a look out for the match report from Wandering Tractor (@wanderintractor) who was lucky enough to witness events.
Eversley & California 4-2 Beaconsfield Town
A much needed first win of the season for The Boars, especially given Caversham's unexpected three points. Darcey Young and Macey-Nikiah Walters put Eversley two up inside 30 minutes. However, Lucy Casey pulled one back just after the break. Keira Lourdes and another from Walters secured the victory, despite Erin Dennis also scoring for The Rams. A very much needed result for Eversley, especially with the unexpected result coming in from Mapeldurham.
Long Crendon P-P Chesham United Development
Wycombe Wanderers u23 5-0 Ascot United Reserves
Wanderers jumped into second place and closed to within two points of the leaders with this comprehensive defeat of Ascot. Daisy Thompson opened the scoring after ten minutes before Shannon Read took over, scoring four goals. The Chairgirls' top scorer made it 2-0 after 14 minutes and then extended the lead two minutes later. Her hat-trick was achieved eight minutes into the second half before she completed the scoring just past the hour.
Division One South
Top of the Table - Havant & Waterlooville : Top Scorer - Chloe Melton (22), AFC Stoneham
Buoyed by last weekend's draw with Portchester, Bournemouth's Reserves set about going one better this Sunday against a Fleet team that had also won on the last outing. Goalless at the break, Sports took the lead through Samantha Gubb after 52 minutes. Seven minutes later Caitlin Mooney doubled their advantage, a lead they held for the remainder of the game.
Rushmoor Community 1-5 AFC Stoneham
The Purps bounced back from last weekend's defeat at home to Havant with a resounding victory at Southwood Pavilion. Two to the good at the break, through Rebecca Moody and Meadow Barton, Stoneham were relentless in their pursuit of the points in the second period. Mia Caitlin Delaney was on the mark and, of course, no Stoneham game would be complete without top scorer Chloe Melton adding her name to the scoresheet, which she duly did twice in the 81st and 84th minute.
Abbey Rangers 0-1 Comets
The home side had seen off Comets' Greater London League Regents Park in the previous round. However, they could not repeat the feat against another team from the same division. A single Clara Macleod goal was enough for Comets to progress through to the Quarter-Finals
Woking 4-1 Denham United
The Cards continued their recent excellent run of form with a comprehensive defeat of Denham United. Sheena Nichol set them on their way after just 8 minutes before Helen Ogle doubled the lead from the spot midway through the half. Trudy Bryan-Kerr added a third just after the hour. Denham then managed to pull a goal back but it was too little, too late. Woking confirmed the result in the 85th minute when Sheena Nicholl added her second of the match. You can read the match report on the Woking website.
Oxfordshire FA Women's Cup
Oxford City 3-0 Kidlington
The Hoops showed their Premier League credentials and experience to progress in this Oxfordshire Women's Cup local derby. Top Scorer Ellie White added another goal to her tally whilst Amelia Alves Martins scored twice to wrap up victory.
Hampshire FA Women's Senior Cup
Havant & Waterlooville 1-4 Southampton FC PGA U21
Southampton's youngsters proved too much for The Hawks, as they crashed out of the Hampshire Women's Cup. The Saints hit Havant with two early goals. Sherise Henry was on the mark after 2 minutes and then the lead was doubled by Libby Hester three minutes later. Sophie Lee pulled one back before the half-hour but two goals from Sophie Harwood sealed the victory for Southampton. Sadly Havant captain Jodie Burchell suffered an injury that is going to keep her out for some time. Speedy recovery Jodie.
Moneyfields 1-0 Bournemouth Sports
Sports suffered added time heartbreak after putting up a tremendous fight against National League side Moneyfields. The Premier League leaders took their higher-ranked opponents all the way into added time before a 92nd minute Tash Wild goal settled the game.
Southampton P-P AFC Portchester
Capital Women's Cup - Senior Section
Haringey Borough 2-0 Badshot Lea
The Baggies held high-flying Haringey until after the break. However, they eventually went down to goals from Saoirse Hourigan and Kylie Manktelow as Borough progressed in the Capital Cup Senior Section.
Wiltshire FA Women's Cup
FC Chippenham Youth A-A Warminster Town
Town were well in control of this game when the referee abandoned proceedings because of the strong winds. Two each from Maddy Brown and Mia Blazey plus goals from Bex Snelling and Poppy Spratt saw Warminster six goas to the good before the untimely end to the game.The game has since been awarded to Warminster.
Penn & Tylers Green v Abingdon United Development (19:30)
Both of these teams lost at the weekend and will be keen to 'get back on the horse'. They met in the league just a couple of weeks back at French School Meadow. Two from Liberty Dieppe and an Ellie Ludgate-Williams strike were enough for the home side to take all three points, despite Iva Georgievska scoring for Abingdon.
French School Meadow, Elm Road, Penn HP10 8LG
Division One North
Eversley & California v Kidlington
Fresh from their first league win of the campaign, Eversley take on Kidlington in the reverse of the opening day fixture. On that day in September, The Greens took the plaudits with a 3-1 win with both Courtney Sumner and Kiera Isaac getting off the mark. However, the points were eventually awarded to Eversley after it was discovered that Kidlington played an unregistered player in the game.
ESA, Fox Lane, Eversley RG27 0NS
Milton United v Ascot United Reserves
A first meeting for these two teams after the reverse fixture was postponed. After Sunday's 4-1 win at Abingdon, Milton will be looking to continue their climb up the table with back-to-back league wins for only the second time this season. Ascot's defeat at Wycombe saw them drop below Milton in the rankings but only on goal difference.
Milton Heights, Potash Lane, Milton, Abingdon OX14 4XB
Division One South
Woking v Rushmoor
The Cards are still unbeaten in the league since losing their opening two matches, both against Portchester. They'll be looking to close the gap on the top teams this weekend, with the visit of Rushmoor. The sides met at Southwood Pavilion back in November. Woking ran out 4-2 winners that day, helped by a double from top scorer Helen Ogle.
Woking College, Rydens Way, GU22 9DL
AFC Portchester v Abbey Rangers
An all Division One South game that throws together the second placed side and the sixth place team. They have met in the league already, also at Portchester. That was in November and saw the home side cruise to a 7-1 victory thanks to doubles from Eilidh Currie, Charmaine True and Elinor Williams. Their other goal was scored by Sara Hinton. After going four games without a win, Abbey will be looking to the League Cup to restart their season.
Venue: AFC Portchester Womens
Ascot United v Warminster Town
This all Premier League clash is made all the more interesting by the fact that it is not long since Warminster took away Ascot's unbeaten start to the season by winning 2-0 at Weymouth Street. They have also met at The Racecourse this season, with Ascot running out 1-0 winners. The win against Ascot was the start of a run of 6 games without defeat for Town. Both sides are in pretty good form, which should make for an entertaining encounter.
Racecourse Ground, Winkfield Road, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 7LJ
Beaconsfield Town v AFC Stoneham
After two very good wins, Beaconsfield were beaten by a resurgent Eversley side on Sunday. They now face a tough test in the visit of Division One South title contenders, Stoneham. The Purps got themselves back into winning ways at Rushmoor on Sunday, after they had lost at home to Havant & Waterlooville the week before. Both sides have players who know where the goal is, Grainne McNally for The Rams and Stoneham's Chloe Melton, so defences will need to be on their guard.
Holloways Park, Windsor Road, Beaconsfield HP9 2SE
Caversham United v Bournemouth Sports
The Goats battled their way to a first win of the season against Penn & Tylers Green at the weekend. Their reward? A home game against the Premier League leaders. With the Premier League title starting to look like a two-horse race, will Sports be more focused on that rather then the League Cup? Caversham, on the other hand, love a cup run but if they were to pull off a win in this one, it would be a major 'cupset'.
Mapeldurham Recreation Ground, Upper Woodcote Road, Mapledurham, Reading RG4 7LD
Havant & Waterlooville v Penn & Tylers Green
An interesting match-up between two sides pushing for promotion from their respective Division One leagues. Both suffered defeat at the weekend, although in very different circumstances. Havant's cup exit at the hands of Southampton's u21 side was no entirely unexpected. Penn's defeat to Caversham came as more of a surprise. The loss of captain and top scorer Jodie Burchell will be a blow.
Westleigh Park, Havant PO9 5TH
Woodley United v Oxford City
An all Premier League clash featuring sides who have already met twice in the league. It's the Hoops who hold all the cards this season, having won 2-1 at Bulmershe Pavilion back in October and then, just before Christmas, 3-0 at Marsh Lane. The game pitches the second tightest Premier League defence, Woodley, against the second most prolific scorers, City. It will be interesting to see which team comes out on top.
UofR Bulmershe Pavilion, Woodlands Avenue, Woodley, Reading, Berks RG5 3HE
Wycombe Wanderers v Eastleigh
Another all Premier League encounter this time involving teams who met only last week in the league. That game was played at Eastleigh's Oasis Academy ground and was won by the home side, 2-1. However, when the sides met at Burnham in the reverse fixture, the tables were turned. Two from Amy Leach and one from Katie Riddington were enough to give the Chairgirls a 3-2 victory. Best of three?
18i78 Stadium, Wymers Wood Road, Burnham SL1 8JG