Premier League Results
Top of the Table - Ascot United : Top Scorer - Becky Miles(4), Bournemouth Sports
Ascot maintained the 100% start to the season and stay top of the pile after three games. Dominique Carrington and a late first-half brace from Amelia Kimble had the hosts 3-1 up at the break. Philippa Holden and an added time goal from Nicole Brown gave the score line a bit of gloss for Ascot. Lucy Cook and Emma Gregory-Barns were on the mark for The Baggies. Check out the match report on the Ascot United web site.
Oxford City 3-3 Warminster Town
A proper ding-dong battle between these two. Bethany Chapman gave City a first minute lead before Rebecca Snelling equalised on the half-hour. One apiece at the break, Mia Blazey then put the visitors ahead but only for two minutes before Emily Harris levelled it up again. Ellie White them made it 3-2 to City just past the hour mark, only for Mia Blazey to grab her second a minute before the end.
Winchester City Flyers 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers
After going down to Ascot on the opening day, Wycombe made it three without defeat on Sunday, grabbing their first maximum in the process. Katie Riddington scored for the third game running after 41 minutes. Emma Kern made it two just before the hour mark.
Read the match report from the Wycombe Wanderers website.
Woodley United 2-0 Eastleigh
Goals either side of the break saw Woodley continue their unbeaten start to the season and move them up to third in the table. Sajunae Turner put United ahead in the 37th minute. Sarah Lawrence than added a second three minutes in to the second half. You can read all about the game in Wandering Tractor's excellent match report, whilst enjoying some superb action photos from Andy Wickes.
Division One North Results
Top of the Table - Long Crendon : Top Scorer - Mimi Hodges (6), Abingdon Utd Dev.
Caversham's difficult start to the season continued as they were hit for five by Abingdon. Freya Gilmore scored the opener after 29 minutes, and that's the way it stayed until half-time. Mimi Hodges added two more to take her total to six for the season, Freya Gilmore scored again and Iva Georgievska also got on the scoresheet. The Abingdon Twitter feed has video of four of the goals:
Freya Gilmore 1-0
Mimi Hodges, penalty for 2-0
Mimi Hodges for 3-0
Iva Georgievska 4-0
Long Crendon 4-0 Ascot United Reserves
Top of the table Long Crendon were a goal up and a player up at half-time after Hannah Sheehan was sin-binned for Ascot on 43 minutes. However, even back to full strength, the Yellawomen couldn't stop the green tide as they added three more goals in the second period. Crendon goals came from Michelle Bailey (2), Megan Brockwell and Sarah Harrison.
Milton United 1-2 Kidlington
A Courtney Sumner double saw Kidlington return to winning ways as they saw off Milton United, a team that did the double over them last season. Milton lost for the second week in succession for the first time since they joined the Southern Region League. Natalie Evans responded for United, who drop one place in the league table.
Penn & Tylers Green P-P Eversley & California
Wycombe Wanderers u23 5-1 Chesham United Development
An own goal and a Kara Smith strike within the space of two first half minutes, gave Chesham a two goal lead at the break. However, Wycombe bounced back with five unanswered goals in the scond period. Shannon Read started the comeback in the 58th minute. Ammara Qureshi then equalised and put the home side ahead with two strikes in four minutes. Amaya Navarro added a fourth and Mia Parkin completed the scoring in the 85th minute.
Division One South Results
Top of the Table - AFC Stoneham : Top Scorer - Chloe Melton(9), AFC Stoneham
A stunning first-half display from Portchester put them 7-0 up at the break against a Stoneham side who had only conceded twice in three games previously. The Purples recovered a little to score twice in the second half whereas Portchy added just one more. However, the damage was done. Stoneham retain top position on goal difference, but Portchy are now hot on their tails. Both Charmaine True and Eilidh Currie scored hat-tricks whilst Ella Wilson got a double. Stoneham replies came from Chloe Melton and Rebecca Moody. Read the full match report on the Portchester web site.
Abbey Rangers 2-4 Bournemouth Sports Reserves
Rangers scored twice inside the opening 11 minutes through Millie Hackney and Isobel Saunders. However, it wasn't enough for them to take anything from the game. Ayuma Asira, Abi Lander, Emma Acott and Hollie Shaw were all on th scoreboard as Sports ran out 4-2 winners.
Eastleigh Reserves P-P Woking
Rushmoor 4-0 Fleet Town
An Emma Mutch hat-trick helped Rushmoor to their second win on the bounce and condemned Fleet to a second consecutive defeat. Mutch struck twice in five first half minutes to give the home side a two goal advantage at the break. Gemma Bennett then aded a third on 70 minutes before Mutch completed her treble with seven minutes remaining.
Selsey Development 1-1 Havant & Waterlooville
Darcie Rothwell put Selsey in front after 17 minutes. They held this into the break and well into the second period before Rosie Willis hit an equaliser for The Hawks on 69 minutes.result sees both sides retain thwir unbeaten start to the season with Havant in third spot and Selesey two places below but having played a ganme fewer.
Fixtures - Sunday 1 October - 2pm ko unless stated
AFC Whyteleafe v Badshot Lea
London & South East Regional Division1 North side Whyteleafe are yet to win in their league, but have also only lost once. They currently sit in 9th spot but have games in hand on most of the teams above them. The Baggies started their league campaign with a win but have been beaten in their last two outings.
AFC Whyteleafe, 15 Church Road, Whyteleafe, Surrey CR3 0AR
Ascot United v Wycombe Wanderers
This all Premier League clash is a repeat of the first game of the season. Ascot won that one 4-1 after being three up at the break. Since then Ascot have gone on to retain their 100% record and sit pretty at the top of the table. However, the defeat remains Wycombe's only reversal of the season so far, having drawn two and won one of their following three.
Racecourse Ground, Winkfield Road, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 7LJ
Buckingham United v Woodley United
Woodley's start to life back in the top flight couldn't have gone much better. They now face a visit to East Midlands Division 1 South bottom side Buckingham United who have lost their two opening games in the league. However, they did progress in the League Cup after beating fellow Div.1 South side Nuneaton Borough 5-4. United have yet to taste defeat in any competition so far and will want to keep it that way on Sunday.
Buckingham Pavilion, Stratford Road, Buckingham MK18 1NY
Eastleigh v AFC Portchester
This has the potential to be a fascinating match-up. Portchy have started their league season brilliantly, especially at the weekend when they took league leader's AFC Stoneham apart. Eastleigh's Premier League campaign started with two wins but they have since lost their next two games. Three of Portchester's next four games are against Eastleigh teams. Following this one they then take on the reserves in the league and two week's later welcome the reserves to the Wicor for a County Cup game.
The Silverlake Stadium, Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh, Hampshire SO50 9HT
Shanklin v Winchester City Flyers
Shanklin have still only played a single league game this season, a 2-0 defeat at QK Southampton. They put out Division 1 South side Fleet Town in the previous round, winning 8-2 away from the isle. This will be their first game at home this season. Winchester scored their first league goal and took their first points at Eastleigh on the 17th September, but were beaten at home by Wycombe last time out. It's a busy week for them as they take on Basingstoke in the North Hants Cup on Tuesday evening.
The County Ground, Green Lane, Shanklin, Isle of Wight PO37 7EU
Note: On Tuesday evening Flyers had a morale-boosting 11-0 win in the NHDA Cup against Basingstoke Town. Annie Northwood scored 6, Garcie Hodan 2, with Emily McDonough, Francesca Thornton and Libby Wilkinson adding to the score.
Slough Town v Oxford City
Both sides are used to playing on artificial pitches, so there will be no home surface advantage for Slough. The Rebels are top of the Thames Valley Division1 table with a 100% record and only a single goal conceded in three games. They beat Haddenham 5-2 in the previous round to earn this stab at a team two divisions above them.
City are yet to win but drew last time out and were only beaten by the odd goal in seven at Ascot two weeks ago.
Arbor Park, Stoke Road, Slough SL2 5AY
Warminster Town v Bournemouth Sports
An all Premier League tie featuring one team, Bournemouth Sports, who are unbeaten and another, Warminster, who are yet to win in the league. However, Town have shown improvement with two draws in their last two. They also met on the opening day of the season. Sports came out on top by 6-0 with both Becky Miles and Sarah Plummer scoring twice.
Weymouth Street, Warminster BA12 9NS
Division 1 North and FA Cup ties
Caversham United v Ascot United Reserves
The Goats return to Mapledurham looking to break their duck for the season. Both sides lost without scoring at the weekend. However, this was Ascot's first reversal this season giving them a full house, won one, drawn one, lost one. Despite losing both times, Caversham have managed to score five times in their two home league games this season. If they can tighten up at the back, their results could start to swing in their favour.
Mapledurham Recreation Ground, Upper Woodcote Road, Mapledurham, Reading RG4 7LD
Chesham United Development v Abingdon United Development
A contrast in fortunes so far for these two teams. Abingdon have yet to taste defeat in their three matches, racking up seven points and sitting in third sport. Meanwhile, Chesham have yet to register a point in three matches and have shipped fourteen goals so far. That's something they'll need to work on for Sunday as they prepare to face the league's top scorer Mimi Hodges, who has six already.
Chiltern Hills Academy, Chartridge Road, Chesham HP52 2RG
Eversley & California v Wycombe Wanderers u23
Another team with zero points are Eversley. However, they have played a game fewer than the two sides below them. Wycombe's start has been all very equal, won two, lost two. After losing their first two by the same 5-2 score, they have since clocked up and 8-2 and 5-1 victory giving them a much more healthy goal difference.
Fox Lane, Eversley RG27 0NS
Kidlington v Penn & Tylers Green
Kidlington return to Exeter Park fresh from a superb 2-1 win at Milton which saw them go second in the table. They face another tough test this weekend as Penn & Tylers Green come to town. Penn have now not played for two weeks after their last two matches were both postponed. Last season both games ended in stalemate, 2-2 at Exeter Park and 1-1 at French School Meadow. Kidlington hotshot Courtney Sumner scored n both games and has already smashed on four this season.
Exeter Park, Crown Road, Kidlington OX5 1AB
Milton United v Beaconsfield Town
United will be looking to end a run of two consecutive defeats, New Bradwell St Peter in the FA Cup and Kidlington at home in the league. Beaconsfield have won one, lost one in the league. In their three matches this season there have been 21 goals. In Milton's two games there have been 13. Certainly no lack of value for money when watching either team. Let's hope they don't cancel each other out.
Milton Heights, Potash Lane, Milton, Abingdon OX14 4XB
Long Crendon v Watford Development
Long Crendon have had a superb start to the season. Top of Southern Region Division 1 North with a 100% record and through to the next round of the County Cup. They now face their toughest test so far as they welcome Watford's National League Reserve South & Central Development team to The Rec.
Division 1 South & FA Cup ties
Bournemouth Sports Reserves v Eastleigh Reserves
After their opening day point at Fleet, Eastleigh have lost their next two league outings whereas Bournemouth have seen their fortunes sway the other way. After losing on day one, they have gone on to win twice on the rod, scoring ten times in the process. Can they maintain that form back at Chapel Gate
Bournemouth Sports Club Development, Chapel Gate, Nr Hurn Airport, East Parley, Hampshire BH23 6BL.
Fleet Town v Selsey Development
Selsey have yet to taste defeat in the league, winning one and drawing one of their opening two games. Fleet have yet to win having drawn one and lost two of their first three. It may be early in the season but, on paper, this looks like an important game. Defeat for Fleet would create a gap between the top and bottom of the table, greater than a single win.
Crookham Road, Fleet GU51 5FA
Havant & Waterlooville v Abbey Rangers
Very differing starts for these two. Whilst Abbey have suffrered three straight defeats, Havant have made light of their promotion, taking seven points from an unbeaten start to the season. With Stoneham and Portchester both in FA Cup action, The Hawks could go top of the table with a win in this game. However, a point or more for Rangers would lift them off the bottom of the table.
Westleigh Park, Havant PO9 5TH
AFC Stoneham v Rushmoor Community
Stoneham lost their 100% record in all competitions to Portchester on Sunday. They'll be looking to get straight back in the saddle as they welcome Rushmoor to Stoneham Lane. The sides met in the league on the opening day with The Purples crushing their opponents by 8-0. However, things have changed since then. Rushmoor have won their last two league outings, 3-1 against Eastleigh Reserves and 4-0 against Fleet. They will be fired up to set the record straight.
Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh SO16 2PA
Eastleigh in the Community v AFC Portchester
Having disposed of Bemerton Heath Harlequins 4-0 in the previous round and starting their league season with three straight victories, Portchy get the opportunity to really test their credentials as they make the short journey North to take on Premier League Eastleigh.
The Silverlake Stadium, Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh, Hampshire SO50 9HT