The bank holiday weekend saw Flyers Ladies Reserves compete in another double header in Hampshire Division 1.

This time it was against a team Flyers have never faced before in United Services Portsmouth.

The first game started at a rapid pace, with USP dispossessing Flyers at the back from the KO to create a shooting opportunity that went wide of the left post.

Flyers reacted well to this shaky start and a quick fire cross from captain Sofia Ryan down the left, found Libby in the box, who skilfully rounder the keeper and kept her cool to finish.

Despite taking the lead, Flyers found themselves 3-1 down at half time as USP worked hard and scored a couple well from long range. Changes at half time saw Flyers re-strengthen and 10 minutes in, Shayne Prasad raced onto what looked like a lost cause of a ball to beat both the right back and the keeper.

Flyers equalising goal came from strong work by Emily Woodhouse down the right, as she beat a couple of players and sent a wicked cross to the back post for Libby to powerfully volley in with her left foot.

Flyers had a final chance to snatch victory as Shayne again raced through the defence to score, but it was called back for a tight offside decision. Game one result: 3-3

The second game saw both sets of players have to work hard in the heat, but it was Flyers with all the first half possession.

Shayne was again in fine form as she found herself in two 1 on 1 situations that brought the best out of the USP keeper.

It took the second half for the deadlock to be broken, with Emily Woodhouse rising high from a Lucie Agombar corner to nod the ball home.

The back-four and keeper from Flyers were less troubled in this game, with a positive return from injury for left back Jenna Sutton.

Her work down the left side gave winger Sophie Spoor the opportunity to cut in on her right foot and send a brilliant shot looping in over the keeper.

Flyers had more chances to increase the score with Libby and Sofia having chances just go wide, but the second game ended in a strong 2-0 victory.

Next week sees a change up for the team as they play a single game away to Southampton Women Development.

Regency Sports win the Winchester & District Football League Division 2 after completing their season unbeaten with 11 wins and a draw, nine points clear of Worthy’s first team.

The Championship was crowned at Eversley Park, Kings Worthy, after Regency beat AFC Corinthians 5-2.

On the adjacent pitch the local derby of Worthy’s Firsts vs Worthies Sports & Social Club FC ended in a 5-3 win for WSSCFC.