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Regional Leagues round-up
 Women's Football News 16 Sep 2011
East Midlands League
Mansfield Town remain as leaders of the Premier Division after second placed Peterborough Northern Star were beaten for the first time, 3-2 at home by Rise Park for whom Monika Langer netted twice and Jemma Douglas the other. Barlestone St Giles are in fourth place after goals from Hannah Spencer and Kirstie Deacon gave them a 2-1 win at Gedling Town. Long Eaton Utd are off the bottom following their first victory of the season, 5-2 against Shepshed Dynamo thanks to a Jody Hancock hat-trick, Joanne Campbell and Lucie Johnstone.
A 7-0 victory over Appleby Froddingham has taken Rolls Royce Leisure to the top of Division One North. Michelle Longford and Jessica Thompson both scored hat-tricks and Emma James added the other. Retford Utd defeated West Bridgford 7-1 to go second, just ahead of Steel City Wanderers who marked their first game at their new Hillsborough Arena base by winning 4-1 against Nettleham, Lucy Smith bagging a hat-trick and Laura Elsworth was also on target. Lincoln Development won for the first time, beating Grimsby Town 4-2.
Raunds Town are the new leaders of Division One South following their 6-1 win away to Barrowby. Georgina Powell and Sarah Pantall each netted twice along with Laura Forde and Eloise Crow. Natasha Folwell, Lyndsey Kovacs and Georgina Renda were all on target as AFC Trinity kept pace with them by beating Ruddington Village 3-1. Radcliffe Olympic Res defeated Ilkeston Town Res to narrow the gap on them, goals coming from Michelle Smith, Hayley Downes and Christina Brewer. Oadby & Wigston Dynamo meanwhile claimed their first victory, Geraldine Campbell's double giving them a 2-0 success against Leicester City Fosse. 
Eastern Region League
C & K Basildon strengthened their position at the top of the Premier Division as goals from Claire Lacey and Charlie Dolby gave them a 2-0 victory over Bedford Ladies and took themselves three points clear. Peterborough are second after beating Stevenage Borough 3-2 thanks to Lorica Dighton, Claire Knibbs and Jessica Farchica, whilst Arlesey Town ran out 3-0 winners at Hethersett Athletic with Kirsty Cooper, Katerina Hamplova and Sarah Tayler on the scoresheet. Lisa Silverton (2), Marie Barker and Nicola Dunsdon netted the goals as Billericay Town defeated Thorpe Utd 4-0 whilst Barking and Woodbridge Town finished level at 1-1.
In Division One North, leaders Great Shelford made it four wins on the trot when scoring six without reply past Huntingdon Town. Becky Taylor netted twice along with Sarah Gee, Kate Saunders, Shavaun Barnum and Alison Wright. Haverhill Rovers stay second after Stacey Roper (2), Stacey Spiers and Katie Shorter gave them a 4-1 victory at AFC Sudbury. Norwich City Res defeated Brandon Ladies
3-0, Luci Middleton scoring twice and Bryony Radley the other, whilst Kirstie Smith (2) and Shelley Woods were on target as Fakenham Town edged out Taverham 3-2. Cambridge Women Res returned from Bungay Town with a 4-2 success in which Liz Pamplin bagged a double with one each from Natalie Richardson and Melanie Findlater.
Jasmine Wheeler, Emma Ridings and Lyndsey Bowman were on the mark as Chelmsford City defeated Colchester Town 3-1 to stay top of Division One South. Hannakins won 5-1 against East Thurrock Utd, Whitney Locke hitting a hat-trick along with Michelle Stoneman and Layla Little to take their side second, ahead of Sawbridgeworth Town who were held to a 2-2 draw by Haringey Borough. Carly Snell and Hayley King netted for Sawbow, with Julia Carruthers and Aisha Hayatuddini replying. Nicole Farmer scored the only goal of the game as Hutton beat Baldock Town 1-0 and Leverstock Green beat Hoddesdon Owls 4-2 thanks to Kelly Randall, Nicola Hollick, Giselle Subryan and Faye Potton. 
London & South East League
Westfield leapt to the top of the fledgling Premier Division table on the back of a 3-1 win away to Wandgas. They lead on goal difference from Panthers who edged out previous leaders Hemel Hempstead 6-5. Eastbourne Town were held to a 2-2 draw by Denham Utd and are a point off the pace whilst Chichester City and Crawley Wasps recorded victories over Maidstone Town and AFC Wimbledon respectively. Boreham Wood still seek their first points following their 3-1 defeat at home to East Preston.
On the opening day in the Division One (London) fixture programme, Knaphill Wanderers took the honours with a 4-1 victory over Garston whilst Brentford recorded a 3-0 win at Kent Magpies. Tottenham Hotspur Res were the day's other winners, 3-1 against Fulham Compton. Carshalton Athletic and MSA Ladies battled out a 1-1 draw as did Kikk FC and Hampstead. 
North East League
Hull City are the only team with maximum points from the first two games in the Premier Division, taking over as the early leaders by winning 3-2 at Sheffield Utd Community. Whitley Bay and York City are amongst their nearest rivals after sharing a 1-1 draw, along with Castleford White Rose who were 5-3 victors at Guiseley. Hessle Town won 4-0 away to Peterlee Town, Jade Beckett and Jess Moran scored the goals as Barnsley claimed a 2-1 win over Sheffield Utd Junior Blades who replied through Laura Watton, and Scunthorpe Utd returned from St Francis 2000 with a 3-1 success.
Birtley Phoenix scored nine without reply against Durham City to become the early pacesetters in the Northern Division with Redcar Athletic occupying second place after beating Lumley 7-1. Whitley Bay Res narrowly won a high scoring affair, 8-7 against California Ladies whilst Tynedale were 6-2 victors at Brandon Utd. Norton & Stockton Ancients complete a quintet of teams level on points following their 3-0 win away to Birtley Town.
In the Southern Division, Malet Lambert top the table after winning 5-1 against Wakefield Res, with Rothwell Town beating Bradford City A 5-3 to sit in second place. Kirklees were 2-1 victors over Goole Town, Lepton Highlanders pipped Wetherby Athletic by the odd goal in five and the match between AFC Preston and Ossett Albion finished level at 2-2. 
North West League
Chorley ascended to the top of the Premier Division and lead by two points after beating Northwich Vixens 2-0. Crewe Alexandra won 4-1 at Denton Town and are in second place, just in front of Blackpool who drew 1-1 with Burnley Girls & Ladies. Bolton Wanderers were the other team to win on the day, 3-2 against Wigan Athletic. Preston North End and Chester City shared four goals whilst Tranmere Rovers and Bury Girls & Ladies finished goalless.
Blackpool Wren Rovers remain on top of Division One North after they won 8-1 against Carlisle whilst second placed Morecambe were 10-2 victors at Springfields (Preston). Penrith AFC and Padiham drew 1-1 and occupy the next two places along with Bolton Lads & Girls who shared four goals with Southport Birkdale. Leigh RMI meanwhile notched up their first win, 4-3 over Warrington Town.
Macclesfield Town maintained their 100% record in Division One South with a 4-2 victory over Liverpool Feds Res and they head the table by two points from Manchester University, who drew 4-4 with City of Manchester. Birkenhead won 3-1 at AFC Liverpool and are third. Mossley Hill Res defeated Brazil 3-1 and Winsford were 2-0 winners against AFC Urmston Meadowside, whilst Glossop North End and Manchester Stingers each picked up their first point when drawing 1-1. 
South West League
Lola Sanchez scored twice along with Natalie Shenton and an own goal as Exeter City ran out 4-1 winners away to Weymouth to remain on top of the Premier Division on goal difference. Their two nearest rivals met each other and it was Larkhall Athletic who won a tight game 1-0 against Salisbury City thanks to a solitary goal from Emily Harrington. Frome Town meanwhile picked up their first point from a 2-2 draw with Bristol Ladies Union, '---- ----' and Sarah Simkins scoring their goals with Sarah Lever and Tandi McNair replying.
Forest Green Rovers Res won 1-0 against Nailsea Utd to open up a lead of two points in Eastern Division One, Sophie Oakey scoring the only goal. Bridgwater Town replace Downend Flyers in second place after beating them 5-1 thanks to a Chelsea Pitt hat-trick, Gemma Baker and Victoria Tindall. Cirencester Town's 1-0 victory over Bishop's Lydeard, given to them by Suzanne Berry, has taken them into third. Lizzie Barratt and Alice Cook were on target for Cleeve West Town in their 2-1 win against Swindon Supermarine and Poole Town edged out Cam Bulldogs 2-1 with goals from Natalie Elliott and Bev Symes. Blandford Utd meanwhile registered their first win, Jess Marshall's double earning them a 2-1 success away to Swindon Spitfires.
With Western Division One leaders Falmouth Town not in action, Bude Town went level on points with them by beating Charlestown 4-2. Sarah Badham scored twice along with Leanne Stanbury and Leona Marsh. Launceston complete a trio of clubs on the same number after Gemma Sanders and Grace Liddicoat scored in their 2-1 win against Roche. Morley Rangers meanwhile claimed a 2-1 victory over previously unbeaten Stoke Gabriel thanks to Toni Lunt and Zoe Barton. 
Southern Region League
Oxford Utd head the table after the second round of fixtures, they emerged as 6-0 victors from their local derby with Oxford City. Bracknell Town follow on in second after beating Maidenhead Utd 2-1, with Shanklin third after their 3-0 success away to Southampton Women. Woodley Utd bounced back from their opening day defeat to beat Wycombe Wanderers 5-1 as did Reading Town with a 2-1 win over Andover New Street.
A 4-0 victory against Beaconsfield SYCOB has seen Banbury Utd assume the early leadership of Division One (Northern). Mansfield Road scored nine without reply past City Belles and are in second place. Oxford City Blues and Stony Stratford Town shared six goals as both sides drew for the second week running.
Basingstoke Town lead the way in Division One (Southern) after they won 3-2 against Boscombe Albion, with Oxford Utd Res in second following their 10-0 victory over Reading Ladies. Locks Heath meanwhile won for the first time, beating Newbury Ladies & Girls 3-0. 
West Midlands League
Four teams are setting the pace in the Premier Division with a maximum six points, headed by Solihull Ladies who were 6-0 winners at Kingshurst Sporting. Leamington Lions continued their good start by beating Lichfield Diamonds 3-0, Cannock defeated Allscott 4-1 and Hereford Pegasus won 3-2 against Stratford Town. Stafford Town were 3-1 victors away to Kidderminster Harriers and Bradwell Belles edged out Wednesfield Town by the odd goal in five.
In Division One North, FC Reedswood beat Port Vale 4-1 to lead on goal difference from Prees Raiders who won 2-0 at Dudley Utd Res. Walsall follow on after they were 3-0 victors over Cottage Farm Rangers whilst Coseley Town defeated Silverdale 3-1 and are just behind. Cresswell Wanderers put five past Shifnal Harriers and Wyrley Ladies returned from Chasetown with a 2-0 victory.
Malvern Town triumphed 6-4 at Ferndale to stay on top of Division One South, ahead of Knowle who won 4-1 away to KGV. B & WM Police opened up with a 3-0 victory over Coventry Sphinx whilst Crusaders and Redditch Utd battled out a goalless draw.

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