Oh, and my daughter had an assist and scored on her debut for her new youth team (I had to add that in. Proud Dad :-))
Top of the Table - Ascot United : Top Scorer - Ellie White (19), Oxford City
The Yellawomen returned to the top of the table with this win, but they were made to battle all the way by a determined Spitfires team. After a goalless first half, Eastleigh took the lead just past the hour mark through Siena Millen. However, Ascot recovered from the setback and two goals in five minutes, the first from player of the match Katie Vince and the second from captain Philippa Holden, earned the three points. Best wishes to Ascot player Ailsa Sheppard, who was carried off in the second half. Fingers crossed it's not too serious. You can read all about it on the Ascot United website.
Badshot Lea 0-4 Woodley United
Woodley continued heaping the misery on The Baggies as they scored twice in each half to cruise to three points. May Hamblin gave the visitors the lead inside the first 10 minutes before adding her second eight minutes before the break. Just past the hour mark top-scorer Sarah Lawrence added another to her tally before Sajunae Turner rounded off the scoring in the 83rd minute. Read the match report on the Woodley United site.
Warminster Town P-P Oxford City
Wycombe Wanderers 2-1 Bournemouth Sports
A spirited response from Wycombe after conceding to an early Kitty Norman goal. Giulia Livi had them back on level terms after 13 minutes, cutting in from the right to fire over the keeper. It stayed that way until the 75th minute when Jessica Poulter was on hand to score her first senior goal and give the Chairgirls all three points.
Giulia Livi's goal -
Jessica Poulter's goal
Division One North
Top of the Table - Long Crendon : Top Scorer - Henna Hussain (22), Penn & Tylers Green
Having won for the first time last week, it was back to Earth with a bump for The Goats on Sunday. Chesham did the real damage in the first half, Chloe Timms set them on the road after 23 minutes. An unfortunate own goal doubled the lead before Katie West scored from the spot just before the break to give the home team a three goal cushion. Emma Nolan then added a third just before the hour mark. The win puts Chesham level on points with Penn & Tylers Green with a game in hand.
Eversley & California P-P Ascot United Reserves
Kidlington Youth 4-1 Wycombe Wanderers u23
Four goal Courtney Sumner maintained Kidlington's pressure on Long Crendon at the top of the table. The Green's top scorer had them one up at the break and followed that up with a second-half hat-trick to seal the points. Wycombe's misery was compounded on 70 minutes when Neve Mulrooney saw red. They did, however, manage an added time consolation goal through Elena Mitchell.
Milton United 0-3 Abingdon United Development
Two weeks after being beaten 4-1 at home by Milton, Abingdon gained some revenge with an excellent 3-0 victory at The Heights. Mimi Hodges was back on the scoring trail, notching two goals. Georgia Taylor stepped up off the bench to score the other goal. A much needed victory for Abingdon after suffering four straight league defeats. A setback for Milton who had started to mount a run of form that could have seen them challenging near the top.
Penn & Tylers Green 1-2 Long Crendon
Penn fell to their second consecutive 2-1 league defeat, despite top scorer Henna Hussain getting back amongst the goals for the first time since mid-January. Tara Woodward and Amber Catell scored for Long Crendon who maintained their three point lead at the top with two games in hand on second-placed Kidlington.
Division One South
Top of the Table - Havant & Waterlooville : Top Scorer - Chloe Melton (23), AFC Stoneham
Fleet caught their hosts napping in the first minute. Dorothy Lillian Usher scoring to give the bottom side the lead. However, Sports recovered and were 3-1 ahead before the break. Ayuma Asira led the way with two goals. Emily Salusbury and Caitlin Mooney were the other two Sports players on the scoresheet.
Havant & Waterlooville 3-0 Woking
The Cards came into this game on the back of an eight game unbeaten run. However, Tia Hooper after 22 minutes and Emma-Jane May five minutes later, had The Hawks two up before half-time. They then increased their lead on the hour through Emily Wernham. Read the match report on Woking website.
Rushmoor Community 1-4 AFC Portchester
BotP had the pleasure of watching this game first hand. You can read the match report here (Last Team Standing). Three first half goals, two from Lynsey Crewe-Way and one from Aimee Hall-Guy had Portchester three up. It was one-way traffic for much of the game but Rushmoor never gave up the ghost. Crewe-Way completed her hat-trick in the second half before Cristina Paulinho scored a cracking and well-deserved consolation goal. Fingers crossed that Portchester goalkeeper Roxy Roberts makes a swift recovery from the injury that saw her limp off towards the end. Check out some great action shots from Lindsay Hyde (@LindsayHyde1). You may even see a lesser-spotted BotP in the background.
North Hants District FA Cup
Winchester City Flyers 0-0 (5-6p) Andover New Street
There was literally nothing between the teams after 90 minutes. A goalless game saw the match got to a penalty shootout. Andover missed their first spot-kick but then went on to edge out Flyers 6-5. A big result for New Street who currently play in Division Two of the Hampshire League, three divisions below Flyers.
Southampton Divisional FA Cup
AFC Stoneham 1-0 AFC Varsity
The Purps edged through to the semi-final of the cup thanks to a goal from top scorer Chloe Melton.
Penn & Tylers Green v Abingdon United Development
Penn and Abingdon try, once again, to get this tie played. The dynamic of the teams has shifted a little since they were originally scheduled to face off. Penn lost at home to Long Crendon at the weekend whilst Abingdon had a morale-boosting 3-0 win at Milton United. Hopefully, they'll be able to get the tie played this week.
French School Meadow, Elm Road, Penn HP10 8LG
Sunday 11th February
Badshot Lea v Oxford City
The only Premier League game of the weekend sees bottom of the league Badshot Lea try again to get that elusive second win of the season. The reverse fixture, back in October, ended 4-0 to The Hoops. Two from Emily Harris and one each from Ellie White and Anna Cook being enough to take all three points. A win for Oxford could see them move into third sport.
Operatix Community Ground, Westfield Lane, Wrecclesham GU10 4PF
Division One North
Beaconsfield Town v Ascot United Reserves
Four points separates Beaconsfield, in ninth, from Ascot one place above them. The Rams will be looking to avenge the 5-0 defeat they suffered at the Racecourse Ground in November. That day they found themselves four adrift at half-time thanks to two from Hannah Sheehan and one each from Millie Bilcliff and Olivia Mansell, who also the hit a fifth goal late on.
Holloways Park, Windsor Road, Beaconsfield HP9 2SE
Long Crendon v Chesham United Development
Long Crendon have won their last six league outings in a run stretching back to November. Chesham have won their last three in the league, without conceding a goal. This the reverse of the opening day of the season when Crendon went to Chesham and won 5-3 with Eleanor Lovelock and Michelle Bailey both scoring two goals. A win would put Long Crendon six points clear with a game in hand on Kidlngton.
Long Crendon Recreation Ground, Chearsley Road, Long Crendon HP18 9BS
Eversley & California v Milton United
No game for Eversley last weekend, following the first win of the season the previous Sunday. Milton will be looking to get back to winning ways after losing at home to Abingdon on Sunday, just 2 weeks after beating the same opponents 4-1 on their own turf. Their only previous meeting this season was awarded as a walkover to Milton.
ESA, Fox Lane, Eversley RG27 0NS
Fleet Town v Abbey Rangers
Two sides who will be happy to get away from the league for a weekend. Abbey last won a league outing back in November when they won 5-3 at, you've guessed it, Fleet Town. The home side are yet to experience a league win tis season. However, they did beat Rushmoor 2-1 in the North Hants Cup semi-final a couple of weeks ago. Abbey also won their other league meeting this season, 2-1 at Addlestone Moor.
Crookham Road, Fleet GU51 5FA
Woking v Caversham United
The Cards lost their long unbeaten run at the weekend, going down 3-0 at Havant & Waterlooville. Caversham also lost after winning for the first time the previous weekend. This is a tough ask for The Goats. Woking have scored 20 goals in six home games this season and, in Helen Ogle, have a striker who has found the net 11 times in 12 games. Caversham's record on the road indicates a home win but it's cup football and we all know that predictions can sometimes go out of the window.
Woking College, Rydens Way, GU22 9DL
AFC Stoneham v AFC Portchester
The two top scoring sides in the South go head to head in the League Cup. Stoneham rarely concede at home, just twice in four games. However, they are up against a high-scoring forward-line that have already put eight past the Purps in a league game. Both Eilidh Currie and Charmaine True scored hat-tricks that September afternoon. Of course, Stoneham can boast the league's top scorer, Chloe Melton, who made it 23 in 15 appearances with her goal at the weekend.
Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh SO16 2PA
Ascot United v Woodley United
Both sides had much needed league wins at the weekend. Woodley's victory at Badshot Lea was their first three-pointer since November. Ascot's come from behind defeat of Eastleigh pushed them back to the top of the table. The sides have met at The Racecourse in the league already. Ascot won that on 4-1 with captain Philippa Holden scoring twice. Both sides finished the game with ten players after Isabel Woods for Ascot and Gemma Sims for Woodley received second yellow cards.
Racecourse Ground, Winkfield Road, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 7LJ
Bournemouth Sports v Wycombe Wanderers
An interesting match-up. Sports lost top spot and their unbeaten record, with defeat at Wycombe at the weekend. They have an immediate opportunity to exact some revenge for that defat as they welcome the Chairgirls to Hurn Way. The league meeting in Bournemouth saw the home side triumph by 3-1 with Becky Miles, Liane Folkenstern and an own goal. Emma Newberry's screamer was not enough for the visitors.
Chapel Gate, Nr Hurn Airport, East Parley, Hampshire BH23 6BL.
Havant & Waterlooville v Rushmoor Community
Another tough test for Rushmoor, in a season of tough tests. Injuries and absences led to the league meeting between the sides being handed to The Hawks. The league leaders will go into the game as big favourites. However, judging by the way Rushmoor battled on Sunday, Havant can expect to have to work hard. Aside from the County Cup defeat at home to Southampton, Havant have not lost since their November reversal at Portchester. A formidable record.
Westleigh Park, Havant PO9 5TH
Wiltshire FA Women's Cup
Warminster Town v Swindon Town
A crushing 13-0 win at Swindon Supermarine and a win at Chippenham in an abandoned game, they were leading comfortably , set up this fixture for Warminster. Their reward is a chance to pitch their wits against a National League side from a division above them. Swindon currently sit third in Division One South West and progressed to this round with even more impressive credentials. In Annabelle Colston they have a very serious goal threat, 26 in 18 games so far this season.
The Pavilion, Green Lan, Devizes, SN10 5EP