Premier League Results (all FA Cup)
Top of the Table - Ascot United : Top Scorer(s) - Annie Northwood, Ellie White (9) Winchester City Flyers, Oxford City
The Baggies went out of the cup in Surrey despite holding a 3-1 lead at one point. Emily Foss struck twice with Lucy Cook adding the other. The London & South East side struck back through Molly Turner (2), Isata Kamara and Anna Tilley.
Ascot United 0-1 Wycombe Wanderers
After getting their first league win last weekend, The Chairgirls stunned top of the table Ascot United to knock them out of the cup on their own patch. A Katie Riddington goal was enough to put paid to an Ascot side who were missing a few key players. There is a match report on the Ascot United web site. You can also view Katie Riddington's goal on the Wycombe Twitter feed.
Buckingham United 0-8 Woodley United
Woodley's near perfect start to the season continued as they showed no mercy against lower league cup opposition. Maddie Sawyer and May Hamblin both scored twice, with Sarah Lawrence, Bonnie Nessitt, Ellen Surtees and new-signing Sajunae Turner all getting a goal each. Once again we are indebted to Andy Wicks for capturing the action for us.
Eastleigh 0-1 AFC Portchester
Potrchy's incredible run of form continued as they dumped Premier League Eastleigh out of the cup at The Silverlake Arena. A close-range Charmaine True from an inch-perfect Millie Bradbury cross was the deciding moment in this close contest. You can see a clip of the winning on the Portchy Ladies Twitter feed. There is also a full match report on the Portchester website.
Shanklin 2-6 Winchester City Flyers
The Hampshire County League side who crushed Fleet Town 8-2 in the previous round, had their run ended by a buoyant Flyers team. Libby Wilkinson, Charlie Snelling and Charlotte Warhurst all scored for Flyers but had seen goals from Faith Wagstaff and Thea Broadhead keep it close at 3-2. Then Annie Northwood took over, hitting a second-half hat-trick to secure a 6-2 win and a happy ferry journey back for Winchester.
Slough Town 0-9 Oxford City
Thames Valley Division 1 high-flyers, Slough, found the two division gap between the sides too much to handle as City ran amok at Arbour Park. Emily Harris scored a hat-trick for the Hoops but her accomplishment was eclipsed by by fellow striker Ellie White who scored six.
Warminster Town 0-8 Bournemouth Sports
Warminster were brought crashing back to earth after last week's excellent draw at Oxford City. Rosie Eden scored a hat-trick for Sports who also added another five through Becky Miles, Liane Folkenstern, Hannah Bennett, Hollie Shaw and Emma Acott. A day to forget for the hosts as Sports progressed to the next round in some comfort.
Division 1 North Results - League & FA Cup
Top of the Table - Wycombe Wanderers Development : Top Scorer - Mimi Hodges (7) Abingdon Utd Dev.
There were goals aplenty at Chiltern Hills Academy as Chesham and Abingdon battled out a seven goal thriller. Two apiece at the break, Chesham went on to edge it 4-3, down to a Katie West hat-trick and a goal from Kiyana Fryer. Mimi Hodges got her seventh of the season with Nina Maitlss and Amelie Sadler also chipping in for the Yellows.
Eversley & California 0-5 Wycombe Wanderers u23
The Boars fell to their third league defeat in a row leaving them only above Caversham United on goa difference at the bottom. A hat-trick from Shannon Read and goals from Emma Dean and Millie West secured a third straight win for Wanderers, putting them top of the league. There have now been 35 goals in Wycombe's five league games this season.
Kidlington 1-4 Penn & Tylers Green
This game was still goalless at the break. However, in the second half Penn's Henna Hussain took it by the scruff of the neck, banging in four goals. Kiera Isaac replied for Kidlington, but it wasn't enough to prevent a second league defeat for the Greens. Penn are now two from two, three points off the top of the table with three games in hand on the leaders.
Milton United 4-2 Beaconsfield Town
After defeat in the FA Cup and in the league last week, Milton got back to winning ways with a solid 4-2 defeat of league newcomers Beaconsfield Town. Mollie Dyer was back on the scoresheet with a brace, aided by Faith Kingdon and Katie Miller.
Long Crendon 2-6 Watford Development
After a tight first half in which the visitors led by 2-1, Crendon eventually succumbed to their higher ranked opponents. Rebecca Lovelace and Aliyah Anderson both scored twice for Watford with Hayley Carr and Etta Sam adding the other two goals. Eleanor Lovelock and Billie Regan grabbed the goals for Long Crendon. All of the match action was captured perfectly by Wings Media.
Division 1 South Results - League & FA Cup
Top of the Table - Havant & Waterlooville : Top Scorer - Chloe Melton (13) AFC Stoneham
A third straight defeat for Eastleigh and third win on the bounce for Bournemouth. Ayuma Asira, Emma Whall and Emily Phillips had the visitors three in front before the break. Chloe Aston added the icing to the cake in the second half.
Fleet Town 0-1 Selsey Development
A Darcie Rothwell strike just before the half hour was enough for Selsey Devs to win their second league game of the season. The result leaves Fleet still winless and on a run of three straight defeats after their opening day draw with Eastleigh Reserves. Selsey move up to fifth spot only three points off the top with a game in hand.
Havant & Waterlooville 2-1 Abbey Rangers
With the two sides above them in FA Cup action, The Hawks took full advantage, leapfrogging both to go top of the pile. Chloe Dark and Jodi Burchell were on target for the home side with Ella Maclellan responding for Abbey. The defeat leaves Rangers anchored to the foot of the table, still looking for their first point.
Check out the match action, captured beautifully by Dave Haines Photography
AFC Stoneham 8-0 Rushmoor Community
The Purps picked themselves up from last week's first league defeat to put fellow Division 1 South side, Rushmoor, to the sword in the Cup. Chloe Melton hit four goals, aided by two from Abbie Awdas and one each from Mia Caitlin Delaney and Sophie Lee. A patched up Rushmoor team had no answer to the firepower of Stoneham.
Fixtures - Sunday 8 October, 2023 - 2pm ko unless stated
Ascot United v Bournemouth Sports
This one has to be game of the day this coming Sunday. League leaders Ascot United, defending a 100% record, welcome second placed Bournemouth Sports who are unbeaten. Last season they were also very close, finishing second and third respectively. They drew 0-0 at the Racecourse Ground. Ascot got the edge by winning 2-1 at Bournemouth, Dominique Carrington and Hannah Bennett notching for United, Liane Folkenstern for Sports.
Racecourse Ground, Winkfield Road, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 7LJ
Warminster Town v Winchester City Flyers
A clash between two sides currently in the lower realms of the league. Warminster are currently bottom of the table with Flyers two places above them. However, only a single point separates the teams. Town are yet to win in the league but have also drawn their last two. Flyers lost their last league game but have since had two large, morale boosting cup wins, beating Basingstoke 11-0 and Shanklin 6-2. they also have an in-form striker in Annie Northwood who has bagged nine goals in the last two matches.
Weymouth Street, Warminster BA12 9NS
Woodley United v Oxford City
A clash between two sides both fresh from high-scoring away wins in the FA Cup. Woodley, who are currently sitting third after an unbeaten start, crushed Buckingham United 8-0 on Saturday. However their visitors, who are yet to win in four league games, went one better, hammering Slough Town 9-0. Ellie White scored six of the nine and now has nine herself this season.
UofR Bulmershe Pavilion, Woodlands Avenue, Woodley, Reading, Berks RG5 3HE
Wycombe Wanderers v Badshot Lea
Two mid-table teams who had contrasting fortunes in the Cup last weekend. Whilst Badshot Lea were being edged out by Whyteleafe in a seven goal thriller, Wycombe stunned league leaders Ascot Unite by winning 1-0 at the Racecourse Ground. Both have won once in the league so far. However, Wycombe are yet to win at home and The Baggies yet to win away.
18i78 Stadium, Wymers Wood Road, Burnham SL1 8JG
Division One North
Beaconsfield Town v Chesham United Development
These two sides are one place apart and level on points. United have played a game more than The Rams, who are just above them on goal difference only. Goals can be expected in this game. There have been no shortage in games involving these teams this season. Both have played four in all competitions, and both have shared out 27 goals in those four games, at just over six per game.
Holloways Park, Windsor Road, Beaconsfield HP9 2SE
Caversham United v Kidlington
The Goats will be hoping that the crazy injury situation that led to the postponement of Sundays game has relented before this clash with Kidlington. Both of last season's games went the ay of the home side. Kidlington won 4-1 on the opening day whilst Caversham were 1-0 winners at Mapledurham in October.
Mapledurham Recreation Ground, Upper Woodcote Road, Mapledurham, Reading RG4 7LD
Eversley & California v Abingdon United Development
Abingdon lost for the first time this season last Sunday but still sit in fourth spot, only two points off the leaders. It's been a tough opening three league matches for The Boars, losing all three of them and failing to score last time out against Wycombe. Having already conceded 12 goals, Eversley will be on their guard against the league's top scorer, Mimi Hodges who already has 7 to her name n 4 appearances.
Eversley Sports Association, Fox Lane, Eversley RG27 0NS
Long Crendon v Wycombe Wanderers u23
As with the Premier Division, this week the top two in Division One North also meet. Long Crendon go into the game defending their 100% start to the season and have only conceded once at home so far. Wycombe score lots of goals, 22 so far in five games. However, they also concede a few, having already shipped 13. The Greens will be looking to get back into winning ways after their cup exit against Watford last weekend.
Long Crendon Recreation Ground, 9 Chearsley Road, Long Crendon HP18 9BS
Penn & Tylers Green v Ascot United Reserves
Penn also have a 100% league record this season, although they have only played two matches. Ascot's game at Caversham was postponed last Sunday, so they come in to the game fresh from a weekend off. Striker Henna Hussain now has six goals in two league games for Penn. Ascot's four goals have been shared out equally between Millie Bilcliff and Olivia Mansell.
French School Meadow, Elm Road, Penn HP10 8LG
Division One South
AFC Stoneham v Bournemouth Sports Reserves
Stoneham shrugged off the disappointment of losing their 100% start to the season by thrashing Rushmoor in the FA Cup last Sunday. They'll need to be at their best this weekend as they take on an in-form Sports side who, after losing their first game of the season, have now won three on the bounce, scoring 14 goals in the process. Stoneham's Chloe Melton is already into double figures for the season, having scored a whopping 13 goals in 5 appearances.
Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh SO16 2PA
Abbey Rangers v Fleet Town
Two sides who have not had the best of starts. Abbey currently prop up the division, having tasted defeat in all four of their outings so far, as well as losing to Richmond & Kew in the FA Cup. On the plus side, Rangers have scored in every game and only went down 2-1 to new league leaders Havant 7 Waterlooville last weekend. Fleet drew their first match of the season but have since lost three times in the league and been knocked out of the FA Cup. Their failure to score in the last two games will be a concern.
Addlestone Moor, Addlestone, Surrey KT15 2QH
Eastleigh Reserves v AFC Portchester
For the second week running, Portchester travel to an Eastleigh side. After already putting the first team out of the FA Cup on their own patch, Portchy now face the reserve side in a league encounter. The Spitfires have yet to win in the league since their opening day draw at Fleet Town. Contrastingly, Portchester have a 100% record in all competitions and are a point off top spot with a game in hand.
Oasis Academy Mayfield, Ashley Crescent, Southampton SO19 9NA
Rushmoor v Havant & Waterlooville
The Hawks jumped to the top of the pile last weekend and now defend that position with a trip to mid-table Rushmoor. Hawks don't concede too many goals but are also no the most prolific scorers. Rushmoor, meanwhile, have scored more than Havant but are also prone to conceding a few. They'll be glad not to be facing Stoneham, who have already put 16 past them in two games, and especially Chloe Melton who has scored eight of those goals.
Southwood Pavilion, Grasmere Road, Farnborough GU14 0LE
Selsey Development v Woking
Selsey are yet to taste league defeat this season, winning two and drawing on of their three games so far. Woking have yet to register a point but have only played two league games. Last season's encounters both ended in a 4-2 score line, both in favour of The Cards. Kaitlin Howard scored four of those goals, including a hat-trick in Woking's home game. She also scored on the opening day of this season but has not been on the mark since.
Sidlesham Recreation Ground, Selsey Road, Sidlesham, Chiuchester PO20 7NE