Southern Region Women’s Premier
ASCOT UNITED stay at the top of the table after they produced a late comeback to beat Eastleigh in the Community.
The visitors went in front just after the hour mark but the league leaders replied with 15 minutes to go when Katie Vince levelled the score.
Ascot then hit the winner with 10 minutes to play when captain Philippa Holden picked out the top corner with a free-kick.
Ascot have a three point lead at the top over second placed Bournemouth Sports who have a game in hand.
WOODLEY UNITED got the better of bottom of the table Badshot Lea with a comfortable success.
A May Hamblin double and goals from Sarah Lawrence and Sajunae Turner helped them take the points with a 4-0 triumph.
The win puts the Kestrels in third on 18 points from 11 games.
Slough Town v Tilehurst Panthers Pictures: Tony Middleton
Southern Region Women’s Division One North
CAVERSHAM UNITED remain bottom of the pile after their 4-0 defeat away to Chesham United Development.
The result keeps Caversham on three points from 14 games.
Thames Valley Women’s Division One
WARGRAVE put a point on the board with a 2-2 draw at Banbury United which puts them in fourth place on 23 points from 16 games.
Thames Valley Women’s Cup
ASHRIDGE PARK suffered an agonising exit on penalties after an incredible 10-goal contest with Ruislip Rangers.
There was a double from Laura Comerford and goals from Lauren Broadhurst, Rugby Owen and Lucy Thomson as the teams played out an incredible 5-5 draw.
The game had to be decided from the spot which saw Ruislip progress with a 4-3 win in the shootout.
TILEHURST PANTHERS progressed past Slough Town with a penalty shootout success.
The two teams are currency battling it out for the title in Thames Valley Division One.
Leah Why and Deanna Cane were on the scoresheet for the Panthers as they played out a 2-2 draw with the league leaders.
Tilehurst held their nerve from the spot with a 5-4 win to progress to the next round.
CAVERSHAM AFC exited the competition with a 2-1 home loss to Haddenham Youth.
YATELEY UNITED kept their cup hopes alive by beating BURGHFIELD RESERVES.
Georgia Hind scored for Burghfield, but goals from Georgia Harris and Courtney Smith helped Yateley to a 2-1 away success.
ARBORFIELD’s run in the cup was ended after they were on the wrong end of a nine goal game against Thatcham & Newbury Town.
There was an exceptional hat-trick for Arborfield player Hannah Room, but they lost out 6-3.
BERKS COUNTY had their cup exploits ended after a penalty shootout defeat to Easington Sports.
Easington put their name in the next round with a 5-4 shootout win following a 1-1 draw.
Wraysbury v Wokingham & Emmbrook Ladies Pictures: Andrew Batt
Thames Valley Women’s Division Two
SANDHURST WOLVES lost out 3-1 at home to Kingsclere, with the result leaving them bottom of the table on five points.
Thames Valley Women’s Development
WOKINGHAM & EMMBROOK’s strong run of form was ended with a 1-0 loss away to Wraysbury Village.
Despite the defeat, the Sumas stay in third position on 29 points from 16 matches.