Share page on Social Media: f Share t G+ find us on Twitter: @wssmagnews
Women's Football News
The top two in the table have continued their good starts to the season and have opened up a gap of five points over their nearest rivals. South Durham & Cestria continue to set the early pace and their 6-0 victory over Huddersfield Town, followed by a 2-0 midweek success at Middlesbrough, keeps them top on goal difference.
Chorley meanwhile maintained their own 100% start, winning 1-0 at Leeds City Vixens and then scoring five without reply past Liverpool Feds to keep pace with South Durham.
Bradford City are in third following their 3-2 win away to Huddersfield Town, taking themselves above Sheffield Utd Community who also won 3-2 on Sunday against Cheadle Heath Nomads.
Cheadle Heath bounced back from this setback to register a 5-0 victory at Stockport County, lifting themselves up to fifth place in the process.
After a narrow defeat to high riding Chorley on the weekend, Leeds City Vixens then went on to end their miserable run on Wednesday night, beating Wakefield 4-1 to notch up their first league victory for more than a year.
Mossley Hill were also first time winners on Sunday, Sophie Perry scoring twice as they defeated Wakefield 5-0. Kim Cahill, Meg Brodie and Kaisha Sohl added the other goals for Mossley.
Copsewood (Coventry)'s free scoring start to the season shows no sign of letting up and they now head the table by two points following their 6-2 win away to Loughborough Foxes. Abiyola Riley netted four times for the second match in succession and she was joined on the scoresheet by Leona McCook and Nicola Foskett.
Stoke City stay in second place after they battled out a goalless draw with Leicester City, who belatedly opened up their campaign with a good result.
Leafield Athletic moved up into third after they notched up their second straight win, 2-1 against previously unbeaten Curzon Ashton thanks to goals from Hayley Packer and Hollie Hearnden.
Radcliffe Olympic meanwhile picked up their second win in a row, 4-0 away to Leamington Lions. Sarah Green netted two of the goals and there was one apiece from Lauren Plummer and Georgina Stebbings.
Daventry Town claimed their first ever Combination League victory when winning 2-1 away to Loughborough Students.
South East Combination
Chesham Utd opened up a two-point lead at the top of the table with a 3-1 victory at Norwich City. After falling behind to an early goal, Anneka Nuttell equalised ahead of the break and Caz Moran settled matters with two second half goals.
Ipswich Town meanwhile edged out Luton Town 3-2 and are up into second place. Michelle Allum, Lauren Cartwright and Amanda Everett were all on target for the Tractor Girls to keep up their good start.
Enfield Town won for the second week in a row, 1-0 against Milton Keynes Dons. Holly Brandon secured the points for her side by scoring the only goal of the game.
Arlesey Town registered their first victory of the season when scoring five without reply against Crystal Palace. Katerina Hamplova and Sophia Pidgeon each bagged doubles with Sarah Tayler adding the other goal.
Jade Smith had a great debut for Ebbsfleet Utd, netting both goals as her new side defeated Chichester City 2-0 to move into a mid-table position.
Brentwood Town also won for the first time, 5-2 over Cambridge Women. Rachel Armstrong was on target twice along with Lucy Faraday, Nikita Whinnett and Carla Rose while Cambridge's replies came from Laura Baker and Sophie Thompson.
South West Combination
Keynsham Town stay top of the table following their 3-2 win away to Swindon Town, Leanne Lapham and Polly Wardle netting along with an own goal.
Forest Green Rovers have moved up into second place on the back of a 5-0 victory over Keynsham Development. Annie Martin continued her good form in front of goal by netting twice and she was joined on the scoresheet by Ella Hitchcox, Charlotte King and Kirsty Richardson.
Plymouth Argyle were beaten for the first time, 3-1 by Oxford Utd who have moved into the top four. Emily Mousley gave Plymouth a first half lead before Natasha Caswell bagged a brace to give Oxford the lead at half time and sealed the win with the third goal after the break.
The Hampshire derby match went the way of Southampton Saints who beat Havant & Waterlooville 1-0, Bex Davis scoring the only goal of the game.
Exeter City meanwhile notched up their first win of the season, 4-1 against Gloucester City. Natalie Shenton was on target twice along with Helen Kukor and Lia Brooks, however the win was marred late on as Exeter central defender Naomi Woods sustained a broken leg.
University of Portsmouth belatedly started their season with a victory, 2-1 away to Newquay, with Gemma Green scoring both goals.
Women's Soccer Scene Media ©
on mobile wssNews.co.uk
Women's Sport Search
|Total page reads:|