AMERSHAM & Chalfont Ladies overwhelmed Banbury 7-3 to move up to fifth place in the South League Division 3a with Jess Reus, Alice Keddy and Tilly Mason all bagging a brace of goals, and Ellie Perkin adding the other.

The club's 2nds drew 2-2 at Slough 2nds and go up to eighth in Trysports Three Counties League Premier Division One, their goals coming from Caitlin Halbard and Lucy Cohen.

In Division One, Amersham & Chalfont 3rds drop down to second bottom of the table despite taking a point from a 3-3 draw away to basement team Reading Riots with Claire Winter (2) and Olivia Leese getting the goals.

The 4ths suffered a heavy 6-1 reverse when they visited Thame 2nds in Division Three, Hannah Johnson netting their consolation goal.

In Divisions Five, the table-topping 5ths drew 0-0 with Bicester 3rds, while the 6ths lost 4-2 to Abingdon Pilgrims, both goals coming from Laura Hindle in Division Six.

Amersham & Chalfont men drew 3-3 with Eastcote in MBBO Regional One and remain third from bottom of the table.

Tomorrow (Saturday, 1pm) they are away to Reading 3rds.

The 2nds drew 2-2 with Milton Keynes 3rds thanks to goals from Kern Sorzano and Steven Spicer in Division Three.

In Division Five, Mark Dickson, Mark Webster and Euan Spence were all on target as the 3rds shared six goals with Slough Ramgarhia.

Archie Rowlins netted a hat-trick as the 4ths triumphed 5-1 against Oxford 7ths in Division Seven, the other goals coming from Mark Dandeker and Peter Westaway.

In Division Nine, The 5ths beat Thame 3rds 2-1 following strikes from Scott Jackson and Adam Nicholls.

Mark Dickson netted the only goal as Amersham & Chalfont Vintage (Over 50s) men edged home Winchester Wanderers, while the Grand Masters (Over 60s) beat Southgate Magnums 4-1 courtesy of two goals from Ben Sharp, including his first ever, Patrick Morrisey and Martin Cramer.

This coming weekend's fixtures include the A&Cs ladies veterans visiting Hitchin Blueharts in the last 16 of the Tier 3 Over 35s Championship, and the Over 50s men entertaining Epsom Embers in the quarter-finals of the Over 50s Cup at the Royal Masonic School in Rickmansworth.