A record number of 13 schools and 130 girls participated in the ISFA Girls U11 South East Regional Qualifier held at Ardingly College. In Group A Ardingly, Lambrook and Thomas' Clapham all get off to excellent starts winning their opening two group matches, before Ardingly and Thomas' Clapham then played out a draw in game three. Colfe's picked up a victory against Oakfield Prep before losing a close match to The Hawthorns. Lambrook continued to win their matches and finished up topping the group, whilst Ardingly edged out Thomas' Clapham in the race to finish second. Group B was similarly competitive with Blackheath Prep setting the early pace with a victory in their opening game followed by a draw with St Cedds who had also opened up with a victory. Royal Russell recovered from an opening game defeat to record three straight victories, and Thomas' Battersea continued to pick up victories throughout the group stage. Blackheath prep put together a run of four straight wins to claim top spot whilst the race for second in the group went to the last game, with Thomas' Battersea and St Cedds both winning their final matches, and goal difference needed to separate the teams with Thomas' clinching the semi-final spot, with Royal Russell only a point back in fourth.
In the semi-finals Blackheath Prep and Lambrook both produced excellent displays defeating Ardingly and Thomas' Battersea 3-0 and 2-0 to reach the final. In the final Lambrook started the brighter to take an early lead, but halfway through Blackheath equalised after neat build up play and a composed finish. The game finished 1-1 and it was Blackheath Prep who kept their nerve from the penalty spot to claim victory.
|Lambrook 2 - 0 Thomas' Battersea|
|Blackheath Prep 3 - 0 Ardingly|
|Lambrook 1 - 1 Blackheath Prep (Blackheath Prep won on penalties)|