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East Midlands League
In the only Premier Division match to be played on Sunday, Daventry Town edged into second place after sharing a 1-1 draw with Shepshed Dynamo.
Radcliffe Olympic Res made up ground in Division One South, their 5-0 victory away to Oadby & Wigston Dynamo taking them to within four points of the leadership. Ruddington Village are in mid-table after scoring seven without reply against Leicester City Fosse.
Eastern Region League
Bedford Ladies are now just two points off the pace after they defeated Thorpe Utd 4-2. Natasha Fensome scored twice with Sophie Smith and Zara Carroll adding the others to lift Bedford into fourth, once place above Stevenage Borough who ran out 5-0 winners at Braintree Town thanks to a Vicky Neal double, Jay Madden, Dominique Godbeer and Nicola Perschsky.
Briannah Baker, Emma Eldridge and Alison Wright scored the goals as Great Shelford preserved their five point lead at the top of Division One North with a 3-0 victory over Ipswich Wanderers. Norwich City Res kept up the chase in second by winning 3-2 at Bungay Town with a goal apiece from Rebecca Waters, Gemma Farman and Luci Middleton. A 2-1 success away to Taverham has taken Haverhill Rovers into fourth whilst Huntingdon Town picked up their first point in a 1-1 draw with AFC Sudbury, Rachael Bowd netting their goal with Natalie Golding replying.
Hutton moved three points clear in Division One South as a Nicole Farmer hat-trick and Lucy Hudson gave them a 4-1 win against Leverstock Green. Daisy Martin, Laura Brooks and Elizabeth Anderson were on target for Colchester Town whose 3-2 victory at Baldock Town takes them into second place. Haringey Borough continue to climb and are in mid-table following their 6-2 success over East Thuttock Utd, Eleftherta Taladiandy bagging a hat-trick with one each from Jade Bowley, Sarah Cleary and Michelle Thomas whilst Royston Town beat Hoddesdon Owls 2-0 thanks to Leanne Buchanan and Hannah Tofts.
London & South East League
Fulham Compton OB swept to the top of Division One (London) on the back of a 5-0 victory over Knaphill Wanderers. They have a lead of three points from previous leaders MSA Ladies, Brentford and Carshalton Athletic, who joined the leading pack by beating Tottenham Hotspur Res 5-0. In the other game, Luton Town Res picked up their first points of the season via a 3-0 win against Kent Magpies.
North East League
Hull City stretched their unbeaten run to six matches and climbed above Castleford White Rose into second place in the Premier Division by beating them 3-1. Nicola Masling and Bianca Ross netted the goals as Sheffield Utd Junior Blades moved level on points with Castleford after a 2-1 win away to Hessle Town, who would have gone top with a win. Scunthorpe Utd ran out 7-2 winners over Guiseley and Peterlee Town ended their spell of five straight defeats by sharing a 3-3 draw with York City.
Things are nowhere near as tight at the top of the Northern Division right now as Birtley Phoenix now lead by eleven points following their 13-0 victory over Teesside Sport Ladies, who remain at the bottom. Durham City head the chasing teams after a 4-0 win at Birtley Town which has taken them into second place.
The top of the table clash in the Southern Division went the way of Lepton Highlanders who regained the leadership by beating Keepmoat Stadium 3-2. Malet Lambert YC won 2-1 at Ossett Albion to catch up ground in fourth place, just ahead of Kirklees who scored seven without reply past AFC Preston. Goole Town edged out Bradford City A 3-2 whilst Wetherby Athletic raced to an 8-1 victory away to Wakefield Res.
North West League
Chorley continue to set a hot pace at the top of the Premier Division and extended their lead to eight points with a 6-0 victory away to Bury Girls & Ladies. Meanwhile Burnley Girls & Ladies are in fourth place following their 4-1 win against Preston North End. Bolton Wanderers lifted themselves off the bottom and climbed four places as they defeated Denton Town 3-2 whilst the match between Wigan Athletic and Chester City finished level at 1-1.
Penrith AFC consolidated themselves as leaders of Division One North with a 6-2 win at Leigh RMI, which lengthens their advantage to three points. Springfields (Preston) are up into second after pipping Southport Birkdale by the odd goal in five. Carlisle were also 3-2 winners against Bolton Lads & Girls, a result which lifts them into fourth place.
Division One South table toppers Manchester University doubled their lead to six points with a 2-1 win away to Mossley Hill Res. The division's other unbeaten team, City of Manchester drew for the third time, 1-1 against Winsford. Brazil netted ten without reply past Glossop North End to climb into the top of the table and the other game between AFC Liverpool and Manchester Stingers ended goalless.
South West League
In the solitary Premier Division match to be played on Sunday, Oldland Abbotonians moved themselves out of the bottom two as they picked up a useful point from a goalless draw with third placed Salisbury City.
Downend Flyers have taken early control of the Eastern Division One promotion race and their 4-0 win away to Bishop's Lydeard has taken them four points clear at the top, with two games in hand. Laura Baker bagged a hat-trick for the leaders and Kate Michaels added the other. Second placed Cirencester Town went down to a 3-1 defeat away to Poole Town, for whom Bev Symes scored a hat-trick. Nailsea Utd are having a good season and they closed in on the top three by beating Forest Green Rovers Res 1-0, thanks to a solitary strike from Rachael Illingworth. Cleeve West Town notched up their biggest win of the season so far, Natasha Hale hitting a hat-trick with Natasha Crew (2), Lizzie Barratt and Alice Cook also on target as they defeated Swindon Spitfires 7-0. Jess Brown, Rachel Rind and Lucy Bennett netted the goals for Cam Bulldogs in their 3-0 victory over Blandford Utd.
There was a change of leadership in Western Division One with Stoke Gabriel winning 4-1 at Charlestown to go top. Kat Marment scored twice for the Devon side along with Laura Plant and an own goal. Natalie Willis netted a hat-trick and Kathleen Pitcher a brace for Dobwalls as they lifted themselves out of the bottom two by beating Taunton Town 5-2.
Southern Region League
The top three in the Premier Division were all involved in F.A.Women's Cup action on Sunday but Maidenhead Utd were unable to take an opportunity to go level on points with them as they were beaten 4-1 at Woodley Utd. Wycombe Wanderers meanwhile moved themselves closer to mid-table with a
2-1 success away to Reading Town.
Mansfield Road are pulling away from their rivals at the top of Division One (Northern), their 6-0 victory over Oxford City Blues has taken them eight points ahead of Banbury Utd, who suffered a 1-0 defeat to Beaconsfield SYCOB. Chesham Utd Res follow on in third after their 4-1 win at Stony Stratford Town.
Basingstoke Town took over the leadership of Division One (Southern) with a 3-2 victory over previous table toppers Oxford Utd Res. Marlow meanwhile registered their first points of the season when beating Reading Ladies 3-0.
West Midlands League
Leamington Lions are through to the semi finals of the Premier Division League Cup at the first attempt, after they won 7-2 away to Bradwell Belles.
In the Division One North Cup, Walsall edged through on penalties against Coseley Town after the sides had battled out a 1-1 draw. Wyrley Ladies scored six without reply at Port Vale and Silverdale joined them in the last four by beating Prees Raiders 2-1.
One of the quarter final ties in the Division One South Cup also went to penalties, Knowle progressing to the semi finals after they and Ferndale had finished level at 3-3. Also definitely through are Marston Green who defeated KGV 3-0.
Cannock inflicted a first defeat of the season on Premier Division leaders Solihull Ladies, the 1-0 win means they are three points off the pace. Pegasus Ladies got back to winning ways with a 6-0 success away to Kidderminster Harriers. Wednesfield Town meanwhile claimed their first victory of the season, 4-1 against Kingshurst Sporting.
Dudley Utd Res lifted themselves into the top three in Division One North on the back of a 2-0 success away to Cresswell Wanderers. Shifnal Harriers meanwhile won 4-0 at Chasetown, a result which takes them into mid-table.
Only one match was played in Division One South but it saw leaders Malvern Town lose for the first time, 1-0 to Redditch Utd who are now one of an astonishing seven clubs level on points at the top!
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