Premier League Results
Top of the Table - Ascot United : Top Scorer(s) - Ellie White (10) Oxford City
Goals from Becky Miles and Rosie Eden put second place Sports on course for top spot after just 16 minutes. They held the lead until just after the hour mark when Sarah Leonard pulled one back. The Yellawomen completed their comeback in the 74th minute when Amelia Kimble equalised. So, it's as you were at the top of the table, although United did lose their 100% start to the season.
Read the match report on the Ascot United website.
Warminster Town 1-2 Winchester City Flyers
Town led by a goal to nil at the break through Mia Blazey's third of the season, but Flyers hit back through two Shayne Prasad goals in the second period. The result leaves Warminster on the bottom of the table, a point behind Badshot Lea and now four points adrift of Winchester, who sit in sixth.
Woodley United 1-2 Oxford City
All square at the break. Sarah Lawrence gave Woodley the lead on 40 minutes but that was quickly cancelled out by Ellie White, back on target after her incredible exploits last weekend. Just after the hour mark Bethany Chapman struck what proved to be the winning goal for City, their first in the league.
Wycombe Wanderers 1-0 Badshot Lea
Bobby Lynch's goal on the hour mark was enough to separate these two teams. Wycombe's third win on the bounce in all competitions, all without conceding a goal. The result, combined with Woodley's defeat to Oxford City, lifts The Chairgirls up to third place, two points adrift of the leaders Ascot United.
Division 1 North Results
Top of the Table - Wycombe Wanderers Development : Top Scorer - Henna Hussain, Shannon Read, Mimi Hodges (7) Penn & Tylers Geen, Wycombe W. u23, Abingdon Utd Dev.
A first-half Katie West hat-trick helped Chesham overcome local rivals Beaconsfield at Holloways Park. The United hot shot put her team in front on 20 minutes. This was cancelled out by Grainne McNally with ten minutes of the half remaining. However, West hit two more before the break to make it 3-1. Emma Hester pulled one back on the hour but when Emma Nolan made it 4-2 with less than 20 minutes to go, it was game over.
Caversham United 2-4 Kidlington
The Goats fell to their fourth straight league defeat which sees them remain rooted to the bottom of the table, despite goals from Freya Jenkins and Caitlin Levy. Kidlington just had too much fire power. Top scorer Courtney Sumner hit a brace with Sara Pinner and Abigail Haynes adding to the total.
Eversley & California P-P Abingdon United Development
Long Crendon 1-2 Wycombe Wanderers u23
Crendon pretty much dominated the first half of this game. Nicole Jacobs gave them an early lead from the spot and it looked as if they may run away with it at that point. Wycombe responded with a triple change and a re-shuffle of formation which made a little difference. However, Crendon still should have been well in front by the break. As it as they were made to rue their missed chances when two goals within a few second half minutes from Ammara Qureshi and Shannon Read gave Wanderers the points. The BotP match blog can be read here - A Classic Smash And Grab?
Penn & Tylers Green 3-1 Ascot United Reserves
Penn made it three from three in the league with goals from Felicity Gates, Ellie Ludgate-Williams and Henna Hussain, her seventh of the season. Mya Bowler got a goal back for Ascot with 20 minutes to go, but it was not enough to prevent a second league defeat on the bounce.
Division 1 South Results
Top of the Table - Havant & Waterlooville : Top Scorer - Chloe Melton (14) AFC Stoneham
A brace each from Mia Caitlin Delaney and Mia Flood, plus the now obligatory Chloe Melton goal gave The Purps a comfortable 5-0 victory over Bournemouth Sports Reserves. Stoneham sit in second place, a point adrift of Havant and three ahead of Portchester, who have two games in hand. Sports remain in fourth spot, still within touch of the leading pack.
Abbey Rangers 2-1 Fleet Town
After a goalless first half, Abbey took the lead after an hour through Carla Hobbs. Shortly afterwards Jessica Tripp was on-hand to double the lead. Fleet didn't give up the ghost and pulled a goal back through Teyla Poulter. They pushed for an equaliser but it was not forthcoming. The excellent Wandering Tractor describes the action on his blog site.
Eastleigh Reserves P-P AFC Portchester
Rushmoor 0-3 Havant & Waterlooville
The Hawks kept their place at the top of the table after a 3-0 win at Rushmoor. Emma-Jane May gave them a half-time lead with a goal scored on 26 minutes. Jodie Burchell made it two seven minutes into the second half and Rosie Willis wrapped it all up just past the hour mark.
Selsey Development 0-7 Woking
What a way to get your first win of the season. The Cards saw off Selsey Development with a seven goal haul. Sheena Nichol grabbed a hat-trick, Helen Ogle hit two with Charlotte Keenan and Trudy Bryan-Kerr also on the mark. Nichol's three goals were spread over 97 mnutes. Her first coming in the first minute, quickly followed by her second. She completed her hat-trick in the 98th minute.
Fixtures - Sunday 15 October - 2pm ko unless stated
Badshot Lea v Eastleigh in the Community
Two sides looking to end runs of defeat this weekend. Eastleigh, who didn't play last weekend, are on a run of three straight reversals. Badshot Lea, after winning their opening game, have now lost the last four in all competitions. Something has to give this Sunday. On the plus side for The Baggies, their one win came at home and this is only their second game at Wrecclesham, meaning they are defending a 100% home record.
Operatix Community Ground, Westfield Lane, Wrecclesham GU10 4PF
Warminster Town v Woodley United
With the top three all in County Cup action, Woodley have the opportunity to not only put last week's defeat behind them but to go level on points with the leaders should they get three points at bottom side Warminster. Since their opening day defeat at Bournemouth, Warminster's league reversals have both been by a single goal, their other two games were drawn.
Weymouth Street, Warminster BA12 9NS
Winchester City Flyers v Oxford City
City are on a roll of three without defeat in all competitions, two in the league. They followed up their 9-0 demolition of Slough in the FA Cup with a superb 2-1 win at Woodley on Sunday. However, Flyers are on a similar run. Two big cup wins and a come from behind victory at Warminster on Saturday. This game also sees the top three leading scorers in the league going head to head. Ellie White and Emily Harris have 16 between them this season for Oxford City. Annie Northwood has nine for Winchester.
Winklebury Football Complex, Winklebury Way, Basingstoke, Hants RG23 8BF
County Cup Fixtures
Ascot United v Reading
Ascot may have lost their 100% record at the weekend but they are still top of the table and will be looking forward to pitting their wits against much higher ranked opposition, although despite the fixture stating Reading Firsts, it is unlikely to feature their Championship squad, who are scheduled to play Sunderland on Sunday.
Racecourse Ground, Winkfield Road, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 7LJ
Bournemouth Sports v Fleet Town
A tough ask for Fleet Town, currently second from bottom of Division One South and without a win in all competitions this season. A trip to unbeaten Premier league side Bournemouth Sports would probably not have been top of their list of preferred fixtures. Having said that, it's a free hit for them. They have nothing to lose and so, can relax and play their football.
Chapel Gate, Nr Hurn Airport, East Parley, Hampshire BH23 6BL.
Wycombe Wanderers v Penn & Tylers Green
A very tasty looking local derby. Penn have a 100% league record in Division One North whilst Wycombe are on a run of five without defeat and three straight wins in all competitions. They've also not conceded in their last three matches. However, Penn's Henna Hussain has already notched seven times in four games this season.
Burnham FC, 18i78 Stadium, Wymers Wood Road, Burnham SL1 8JG
Division One North - League & County Cup
Chesham United Development v Ascot United Reserves
Chesham's 4-2 win at Beaconsfield last weekend was their second on the bounce and the second successive time they had scored four times in a game. This is a marked improvement on their opening three matches, where they were beaten on each occasion. Ascot go into the game one place and two points worse off, but have played a game fewer.
Chiltern Hills Academy, Chartridge Road, Chesham HP52 2RG
Eversley & California P-P Beaconsfield Town
Kidlington v Abingdon United Development
The Greens won at Caversham on Sunday and, in so doing, moved into second place. They are level on points with Wycombe but well behind on goal difference. Abingdon's game at Eversley was postponed meaning they didn't get chance to get back into the swing of things after going down 4-3 at Chesham two weeks ago. Two prolific goal scorers go head to head. Courtney Sumner, for Kidlington, has six goals so far. Abingdon's Mimi Hodges has gone one better in fewer games.
Exeter Park, Crown Road, Kidlington OX5 1AB
County Cup Fixtures
Long Crendon v Milton Keynes Dons SET
Crendon created chance after chance in the first half of their top two clash with Wycombe on Sunday. However, they only converted one and ended up losing the game 2-1. They'll need to make sure they have their shooting boots on this weekend as MK Dons SET. The Dons side put 17 past Penn & Tylers Green in last season's competition, so Crendon will know they are in for a tough test.
Long Crendon Recreation Ground, 9 Chearsley Road, Long Crendon HP18 9BS
Milton United Ladies v Caversham United
An all Division One North clash at The Heights. Milton did not play at the weekend but two weeks ago got back into winning ways when they beat Beaconsfield 4-2, after losing two on the bounce. Caversham went down 4-2 at home to Kidlington on Sunday and are yet to win in any competition so far.
Milton Heights, Potash Lane, Milton, Abingdon OX14 4XB
Division One South - League & County Cup
AFC Portchester v Abbey Rangers
Whilst Portchy's game at Eastleigh was postponed at the weekend, Abbey finally got their first three pointer of the season when they beat Fleet Town 2-1 at The Moor. Portchester are still defending a 100% record in the league and, indeed, in all competitions.
Venue: AFC Portchester Womens
Bournemouth Sports Reserves v Selsey Development
Selsey were unbeaten until Sunday but they lost that record in spectacular fashion, crashing 7-0 at home to Woking. Sports also lost heavily as they conceded five unanswered at AFC Stoneham. With both sides hovering just below the top three, a win is important for both to keep them in touch with the promotion chase.
Chapel Gate, Nr Hurn Airport, East Parley, Hampshire BH23 6BL.
Havant & Waterlooville v AFC Stoneham
Top versus second with a point separating the teams. The Hawks are defending their unbeaten record and a 100% record at home. A fascinating match-up between the tightest defence (Havant, 3 conceded in 5 games) taking on the most prolific forwards line (Stoneham have scored 26 times in 5 games). Home advantage could be key here. Nine of Stoneham's ten conceded goals have come on the road.
Westleigh Park, Havant PO9 5TH
County Cup Fixtures
Rushmoor Community v Moneyfields
A tough draw for Rushmoor as they welcome National League Division One South West side Moneyfields to town. The Moneys have lost just once in the league this season so far and have clocked up no less than 38 goals in their five league outings. True, 16 of those were against a Selsey side who have been shipping bucket-loads, but this is still a handsome total. In context, they scored eight against third-top Keynsham last weekend.
Southwood Pavilion, Grasmere Road, Farnborough GU14 0LE
Woking v Epsom & Ewell
Epsom & Ewell sit top of the South East Counties Surrey Premier Division having won five of their six league games this season. This after they lost their opening game 4-1 at Leatherhead. Since them they have scored 29 and conceded 2 in five games. Last weekend they took on Woking's Development team in the league and beat them 8-0. The Cards first team will no doubt be looking to avenge that defeat.
Eastwood Leisure Centre, Albert Drive, Sheerwater, Woking GU22 5RF