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Regional Leagues round-up
 Women's Football News 24 Aug 2012
Eastern Region League
C & K Basildon, runners-up in the Premier Division last season, have made a powerful start this time around as they scored seven without reply against Peterborough Sports. Nicola Carty and Claire Lacey both netted twice with Angela Arnold and Lucy Wyatt was also on the scoresheet. Lisa Silverton also bagged a brace for Billericay Town as they opened up by beating Stevenage Borough 4-0, Steph Polykett and Emma Roberts adding the others. Haringey Borough defeated newly promoted Sawbridgeworth Town 2-0 thanks to an Eleftheria Taladianou double whilst a well contested game saw Barking edge out Bedford Ladies by the odd goal in seven. Hayley Piggott (2), Liane Prior and Pauline Adeyemo were on target for Barking. Thorpe Utd and Great Shelford meanwhile finished level at 3-3, Sarah Jermy netting twice and Rebekah Lake the other for Thorpe and Alison Wright hit a hat-trick in reply. 
London & South East League
Westfield top the Premier Division following the first round of fixtures after they defeated Eastbourne Town 8-1. Crawley Wasps also started well with a 7-1 victory over Old Actonians. London Corinthians were 2-0 winners against AFC Wimbledon and Kikk Utd also triumphed by the same margin away to Maidstone Town thanks to Louise van Hamme and Francesca Pacini. 
North East League
League newcomers Westella & Willerby notched up a fine result in their first match when beating Hessle Town 2-1 in the League Cup, thanks to goals from Molly Storey and Amy Ward. York City were given a tough tie by Tynedale before goals from Megan Bramham, Rebecca Dawson and Josephine Hewson earned them a 3-2 victory. Lauren Nichols scored twice, with Nadine Bates and Emma Rutherford adding the others for Rothwell Ladies as they picked up a fine 4-1 success away to Lepton Highlanders and Peterlee Ladies defeated Lowick Utd 5-0, courtesy of a goal apiece from Claire Bridgett, Charlotte Dinsdale, Laura Wilson, Lucy Garrington and Jade Gretton.
Norton & Stockton Ancients came through a tough tie with a 4-2 success at Whickham Fellside in which Victoria Hutchinson scored a hat-trick and Jenna Plews the other. Keighley Oaks were the top scorers on the day, beating Millers Ladies 6-2 with braces from Kirsty Delaney, Rebecca Granger and Melissa Houldsworth. 
Southern Region League
Aldershot Town ran out 4-1 winners away to Oxford City to jointly lead the fledgling Premier Division table. Abi Fever and Amy Lawrence each scored twice for the Shots whose margin of victory was equalled by Parley Sports against Maidenhead Utd, thanks to a Charlie Lanahan hat-trick and Laura Baker. Woodley United edged out Basingstoke Town 2-1 with goals from Jo Perks and Laura Woodley. Southampton Women and Bracknell Town meanwhile battled out a 3-3 draw in which Libby Shuttle, Jo Atkins and Caz Gardner all found the net for Bracknell.

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