Oxford United Women had a successful weekend with a county cup thrashing that finished 21-0 as well as putting five past Cardiff City.

The women’s development side eased past Barton United Ladies in the first round of the Oxfordshire County Cup on Sunday (November 19).

The U’s are the current holders of the Women’s Cup which was first contested in 2000 where Launton Ladies took the inaugural title. 

The club took the 2023 title with a 15-0 victory over East Oxford Ladies at the Raw Charging Stadium. 

United have lifted the trophy five times in its history with the first coming in 2011.

Oxford City hold the record for the most competition wins with 15 with their last title coming in 2022 following a 3-0 victory over Carterton Ladies.

Elsewhere on the same day, Oxford United Women's first team also took on Cardiff City Ladies in a friendly at Court Place Farm.

Lacy Liggett and Zoe Barratt both scored a brace, with Shelly Provan chipping in with a fifth against the tier three side from Wales that allowed new manager Sam Rose to further experiment with his new squad.

Former Aston Villa Women assistant Rose won his first game in charge 4-0 at Woodley United Ladies in the first round of the FA Cup last week after being appointed on November 9.