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East Midlands League
The top three in the Premier Division did not play on Sunday because of F.A.Women's Cup duties and this allowed the chasing teams the chance to catch up ground, headed by Sandiacre Town who defeated Gedling Town 3-2 thanks to Leanne Beet, Natalie Loughenbury and Amy Pashley. Jemma Douglas led the scoring with a four-goal haul as Rise Park netted ten without reply against Barlestone St Giles. Shepshed Dynamo were 3-1 winners over Market Warsop, Jodie Scott on target twice along with Terry Want.
Rolls Royce Leisure returned to the top of Division One North, thanks to a 6-3 win away to West Bridgford in which Stevie Gough hit a hat-trick with Janine Willows, Emily Clare and Sarah Akingbala also on the scoresheet. In the other game, Grimsby Town were convincing 10-1 victors over Mansfield Town Res, Gemma Hopkin netting six times along with Gemma Charlton, Jade Charlton, Jade Phillips and Charlotte Townsend.
In Division One South, Radcliffe Olympic Res narrowed the gap on the top two with a 5-1 victory over Ruddington Village. Natasha Murray and Hayley Downes each netted doubles, the other coming from Ashleigh Evans. Ilkeston Town defeated Leicester City Fosse 4-0 thanks to Krysia Ellis (2), Jessica Waplington and Jasmine Harrison whilst Loughborough Students Res were 6-1 winners away to Barrowby.
Eastern Region League
One match was played in the Premier Division on Sunday, Bedford Ladies sharing a 1-1 draw with Barking. Natasha Fensome was on target for Bedford, who inch up the table into fourth place, with mid-table Barking replying through Vicky Bruce.
Great Shelford power on at the top of Division One North, making it six wins out of six when beating Cambridge Women Res 3-1, Becky Taylor bagging a double and Shavaun Barnum the other. Norwich City Res stay three points behind in second place after a goal apiece from Jennifer Harrison, Melissa Rudd, Gemma Farman, Leanne Gray, Nicole Sheldrake and Rebecca Waters gave them a 6-3 victory over Ipswich Wanderers. AFC Sudbury lifted themselves up the table by scoring eight without reply past Taverham.
Hutton moved to within two points of the leadership in Division One South as goals from Nina Witteridge and Lucy Hudson earned them a 2-0 win against Royston Town. Colchester Town meanwhile won 5-0 against Baldock Town with Fiona Wynne, Laura Brooks, Zoe Smith and Ellen Powles on the scoresheet.
London & South East League
The F.A.Women's Cup greatly affected the Premier Division fixture list with only the match between the two teams at the foot of the table being played. It turned out to be a tight affair with Wandgas picking up their first win of the season, 3-2 against Boreham Wood.
Fulham Compton OB came away from Kent Magpies with a 3-0 victory which takes them into second place in Division One (London), two points behind leaders Brentford. Tottenham Hotspur Res did have a chance to go top but instead they crashed to a 4-1 defeat at Hampstead. Carshalton Athletic meanwhile claimed their first win of the campaign, 3-1 against Garston.
North East League
Hessle Town made a swift return to the top of the Premier Division via an 11-3 victory away to Guiseley. Hessle's five league matches this season so far have yielded a staggering 50 goals! There were plenty of goals on offer in the other game, York City moving into fifth place after beating Castleford White Rose 4-3.
Birtley Phoenix' perfect start to the season in the Northern Division was extended as they won 2-1 at Brandon Utd, their fifth straight win taking them five points clear at the top. Whitley Bay Res meanwhile consolidated themselves in fourth place by beating Durham City 3-2.
There was a change of leadership in the Southern Division with Lepton Highlanders taking over at the summit with a 5-1 victory over Wetherby Athletic. Keepmoat Stadium won 5-2 away to Bradford City A to lift themselves into third place, above Malet Lambert YC who were beaten 2-0 by Goole Town. The spoils were shared in the division's other game with AFC Preston and Wakefield Res battling out a 1-1 draw.
North West League
With the top two in the Premier Division not playing, Burnley Girls & Ladies are now in third place following their 5-0 victory over Bury Girls & Ladies. Denton Town and Preston North End finished level at 1-1 and Northwich Vixens defeated Wigan Athletic 2-1.
In Division One North, Carlisle made it trio of clubs level on nine points at the top after they won 3-0 away to previously unbeaten Bolton Lads & Girls. Springfields (Preston) are just below mid-table following their 6-5 victory over Leigh RMI.
The top of the table clash in Division One South ended with honours even as leaders Manchester University and Macclesfield Town shared a 1-1 draw. Mossley Hill Res won 3-2 at Liverpool Feds Res to join the leading sides as did City of Manchester with a 6-0 victory over AFC Urmston Meadowside. Winsford edged out Manchester Stingers 2-1 whilst AFC Liverpool won for the first time, 2-0 against Glossop North End.
South West League
Cirencester Town have gone four points clear at the top of Eastern Division One following their 4-0 victory over Blandford Utd. Sue Maynard, Ria Salleh, Kat Fisher and Adele Worsley all netted a goal apiece. Two of Cirencester's nearest rivals met each other and the points were shared as Forest Green Rovers Res and Cleeve West Town drew 1-1. Hayley Appleby netted for Forest Green, with Cleeve replying through Natasha Crew.
Launceston maintained their lead of three points in Western Division One after a double from Jill Haines gave them a 2-0 win away to Dobwalls. Second placed Bude Town defeated Taunton Town 2-0, Sarah Badham netting both goals, and Kat Marment was on target as Stoke Gabriel went third on the back of a 1-0 success at Callington Town. Morley Rangers' good run of form continued as they beat Roche 4-2 courtesy of a goal each from Lauren Hewings, Megan Platt, Chynna Evans and Toni Lunt.
Southern Region League
One match was played in the Premier Division on Sunday and it saw Woodley Utd lift themselves into fourth place with a 3-0 victory over Wycombe Wanderers, who remain in mid-table.
Mansfield Road ascended to the top of Division One (Northern), thanks to a 4-1 victory over third placed Stony Stratford Town. The division's other game saw Chesham Utd Res and City Belles share six goals.
Division One (Southern) Oxford Utd Res went down to their first defeat of the season, 3-1 away to Basingstoke Town who have gone level on points with them. Locks Heath made up ground on the leaders with a crushing 10-1 victory over Reading Ladies.
West Midlands League
Premier Division leaders Solihull Ladies won 2-1 against Bradwell Belles to stay one point ahead of Cannock who beat Wednesfield Town 3-0. Kidderminster Harriers meanwhile lifted themselves off the bottom with a 5-0 success over Kingshurst Sporting.
FC Reedswood are the new table toppers in Division One North and have a three point advantage following their 4-0 victory over Shifnal Harriers. Cottage Farm Rangers drew for the third time in four matches, a goalless affair with Chasetown. Dudley Utd Res were narrow 2-1 winners against Coseley Town and Cresswell Wanderers pipped Silverdale by the odd goal in five.
Malvern Town hold on to top spot in Division One South after second placed Knowle went down to a
2-0 defeat at home to Coventry Development. B & WM Police won 1-0 at Fairfield Villa to move in just behind the leading trio as did Marston Green with a 3-2 success over KGV. Ferndale and Redditch Utd are still looking for their first wins as they battled out a 3-3 draw.
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