The latest update from AFC Bournemouth girls and women, as six teams were in action over the last two weeks.
See below for a full write-up on each side...
The under-10s were playing in the first round of the cup away to Emsworth, with plenty of positives coming out of the game.
Georgia scored her first competitive goal of the season and Ayla made some good saves to maintain a clean sheet.
The following week saw Bella score her first goal for the club, as the Cherries took on Mudeford in a return to league action.
Georgia, Millie, Marli, Isa Mac and Hattie also got on the scoresheet.
The nine-a-side team hosted AFC Portchester in the League Cup.
Izzy scored a first-half hat-trick, while Zuzanna scored a brace before the break to see the Cherries go into the break with a healthy lead.
The second-half saw three quick goals from Portchester close the gap, but a lofted shot from Zuzanna to complete her hat-trick, as well as a fantastic finish from Elsie, sealed the victory.
The 11-a-side team had two fixtures, with a big win over Whiteley Wanderers in the cup coming first.
Krystal scored a hat-trick, Ruby and Teagan both got braces, while Tilly, Daisy and Isla also bagged.
The cup victory was followed by another convincing win in the league, with Kristal continuing her fine goalscoring form with five goals. Tilly also impressed with four strikes, with Isla, Ruby, Belle and Clodagh also netting.
The under-14s faced a tough fixture against London City Lionesses, losing 4-2 just under two weeks ago.
Despite having good possession, the Cherries found themselves 3-0 down at half-time.
Isobel struck just after the break with a powerful effort, before a well-placed shot from Tilly made the scores even closer.
With the game set up for a nervy finish, London City scored a fourth in the last-minute to secure the win.
The under-16s, however, had a brilliant 5-0 win over London City Lionesses.
The Cherries went into the break a goal to the good after Charlotte K. scored after some great play from Emily and Ansiha.
During the second period, Lucy stole the show with four goals to help secure the win.
One week later, the side had another game in the Junior Premier League, backing up the win over London City with victory over Andover New Street.
Lucy scored two first-half goals to give the side a comfortable cushion, while Emily and Talulla ensured the three points were never in danger with excellent second-half strikes.
The development squad enjoyed a 6-0 win away at Abbey Rangers, despite it being goalless at half-time.
Ruth Topping opened the scoring from the edge of the box, with Charlotte Eastman then scoring twice, firstly from a free-kick and then a penalty.
Larissa White soon got her goal, netting the fourth, while Emily Trim and Kitty Todd also bagged late on.