Chichester ladies continued their remarkable run of form, cruising into the semi finals of the Sussex Women’s Cup.
Chi smashed 16 past Lewes Seconds without reply to ease into the last four of the county-wide competition.
The convincing win capped off a successful few months for the green and whites, who have been strong in defence and brutal in attack,
Next up in the county cup is a tough trip to East Grinstead firsts, with that match scheduled for April.
But those at Kingsham have their eyes on more than just a potential cup victory this year.
A winning run stretching back to October sees them in second spot in the Sussex Ladies
League, level with Brighton and Hove Seconds and two points behind Horsham Seconds in first.
Chi are also into the quarter finals of the national Women’s Vase competition, with a last eight tie against Thurrock to look forward to in March.
Before then, it’s back to the league – with the next month seeing Chi take on a series of mid and lower ranked sides.
First up is Horsham’s Thirds at home tomorrow (1.45pm) with the visitors sitting just above the relegation zone.
With rivals at the top not looking like losing, Chi know a slip up could be costly.
They will want to keep up their good form to ensure the league is decided when Horsham and Brighton and Hove visit Kingsham in the spring.
Win every game, and Chi could be lifting the league trophy in April.
In contrast, Chichester’s men are fighting it out at the bottom of the National Conference West division.
The festive break means they will not be in competitive action again until next month although a friendly is planned away against Brighton and Hove on January 28.