WINDSOR ladies 2s have extended their unbeaten run this season to a record-breaking 10 games after trouncing Wychwood Badgers 4-0 on Saturday.

The hosts took an early lead through Emma Thatcher after Clare McKinnel split the defence and played a slick one-two with the goal scorer.

Lucy Smith opened her account with Windsor to double the advantage before half-time when slotting home a loose ball in the D.

In a tetchy game, Wychwood found it difficult to settle and Windsor made the most of their discomfort as they continued to push and probe the weak points.

The pressure paid dividends as Dana Faulkner made it three following a Nikki Hill assist.

To complete the rout, and with minutes left on the clock, Emma Briggs finished with a flourish as she unleashed an unstoppable strike that ended in the roof of the net.

The Trysports Division Four team have a tricky match away at Oxford 6s this Saturday but hope to end 2018 on a high and remain unbeaten.

In Division One, the first team were left heartbroken after a last-gasp goal saw rivals Maidenhead 3s steal all three points.

The teams matched each other pass-for-pass and an away goal from Mel Dobson seemed enough for Windsor to earn a 1-1 draw.

However, an 11th hour penalty corner took a cruel deflection to spin the ball over the line and deny the visitors the chance to fight back.

The defeat means Windsor have dropped one place to fifth position in the league table ahead of a visit from third-placed Abingdon this Saturday.

The men's first team slipped one place to third in MBBO Dvision Two after a 1-1 draw against Oxford 3s.

A goal from Marcus Barrow gave them an away point but they will need all three to challenge for promotion when West Hampstead 3s visit on Saturday.

The second team beat visitors West Hampstead 6s 2-1 with Omar Maqsood and Mindaugas Spalgena on the scoresheet.

Windsor are now in third place in the league table and travel to sixth-placed Phoenix & Ranelagh 2s this Saturday.

In Division Six, the third team suffered a 6-1 drubbing at home to Wycombe 4s but plan to reverse their fortunes at Oxford 6s on Saturday.