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East Midlands League
Peterborough Northern Star went to the top of the Premier Division with a 5-1 victory over Nettleham, given to them by a Sarah Jones brace, Chanade Henderson, Donna Nicholls and Hannah Phillimore. They replace Steel City Wanderers who were beaten for the first time, 4-2 by Sandicare Town for whom Amy Pashley hit a hat-trick and Kerry Keeling the other. Mansfield Town hit six without reply at Barlestone St Giles thanks to a Kelly Clayton hat-trick, Gemma Hodgkinson (2) and Stacey Bridge whilst Arnold Town drew 2-2 for the third time in a row, this time with Rise Park who scored through Stevie Gough and Olivia Thompson, with Sheryl Gayle and Rhyiannea Anderson replying.
Chantelle Robinson scored twice, with Nicole Bailey-Lewis and Katrina Bloomer also on target, as Division One North leaders Greenwood Meadows won 4-0 away to Pinxton. They lead by three points from Ruddington Village, who scored nine without reply against Retford Utd thanks to a Jodie Ellis hat-trick, Abbey Gimson (2), Deborah West (2) and Melanie McNeil. Grimsby Town are in third after doubles from Gemma Charlton, Gemma Hopkins and Emily Mumby plus Sophie Burns and Charlotte Townsend gave them an 8-1 victory over West Bridgford. Lincoln Ladies Development defeated Appleby Frodingham 5-2 courtesy of a Tamara Collishaw hat-trick, Amy Kay and Isabel Schiavi.
AFC Trinity have opened up a lead of five points at the top of Division One South following their 5-1 success away to Radcliffe Olympic Res. Sam Christie and Kirsty Walker each netted twice along with Holly Overfield. Loughborough Students Res meanwhile won 3-1 against Barrowby with goals from Rachel Ward (2) and Avilla Bergin.
The remaining First Round ties in the League Cup were played on Sunday with Lutterworth Athletic netting eleven times against Real Utd, Ellistown coming through a tricky tie at Notts County with a 4-1 win and Kettering Town running out 11-1 winners at Oadby & Wigston Dynamo.
Eastern Region League
C & K Basildon went six points clear at the top of the Premier Division after goals from Angela Arnold, Nicola Carty and Claire Lacey gave them a 3-2 victory away to Billericay Town. Peterborough Sports won 3-0 at Sawbridgeworth Town to go second, Claire Knibbs, Jemma Rees and Hannah Stubbs were on target. Carrie-Anne Layton and Eleftherta Taladianou scored the goals as Haringey Borough picked up a 2-1 success over Stevenage Borough to go fourth whilst Colchester Town made it three wins in a row, 3-2 against Bedford Ladies thanks to Ellen Powles, Lauren Richardson and Annie Hickey.
Lowestoft Town stay top of Division One North after a Clieo Stephenson brace earned them a 2-0 victory over Acle. AFC Sudbury remain three points behind in second place following their 7-0 win against Norwich City Res in which Rachel Gwilliam and Stacey Teager scored twice along with Natalie Golding, Chloe Mills and Marie Seabrook. Haverhill Rovers and Ipswich Wanderers meanwhile shared a 1-1 draw with strikes from Charlotte Westrope and Paige Chappell respectively.
Shanice Sanderson (2), Danika McElroy and Hannah Phoenix scored the goals as Leighton Utd won 4-2 at Baldock Town to stay two points clear in Division One South from Leverstock Green, who beat Royston Town 5-0 thanks to a Nicola Hollick hat-trick, Jane Rudderham and Natalie Burrows. Hoddesdon Owls are up into third after Natasha Crick and Becky Scola gave them a 2-0 victory over West Billericay. East Thurrock Utd pipped Hutton by the odd goal in nine, Kerry Mills netting twice along with Sophie Dowman, Katy Judd and Louise Webb.
Chelmsford City won their League Cup First Round tie 10-1 against FC Clacton, spearheaded by a hat-trick from Emma Ridings. Georgia Lindsell added a brace and there was one apiece from Mollie Debell, Abigail Fry, Kayleigh Peters, Georgia Wheate and Zoe Strong.
London & South East League
Crawley Wasps defeated Eastbourne Town 5-1 to take over as Premier Division leaders from Westfield who went down to a 1-0 defeat at London Corinthians. Denham Utd moved into third and preserved their 100% record with a 1-0 win over AFC Wimbledon whilst Maidstone Town remain in leading pack following their 3-0 victory away to Panthers. Hemel Hempstead won for the second week in a row, a crushing 10-3 success against Old Actonians.
There was a change of leadership in Division One (London) with Battersea Ironsides now setting the pace after beating Wandgas 9-2. MSA Ladies defeated Kent Magpies 4-0 and stay level on points with the leaders but Tring Athletic are back into third place after being held to a 3-3 draw by Camden Town. Leyton picked up their first win, 3-2 against Knaphill.
North East League
Lucy Garrington netted four times, with Laura Wilson adding a brace and Charlotte Dinsdale the other for Peterlee St Francis who beat Hessle Town 7-0 to stay top of the Premier Division on goal difference from Chester-le-Street Town, 5-0 winners over Whitley Bay thanks to Laura Darmody (2), Amy Kelly, Brogan Prudhoe and Rae Taylor. Scunthorpe Utd are in third place after being held to a 4-4 draw by York City. Amy-Leigh Briggs, Sue Green, Dani Harthen and Kathryn Standerline netted the goals for Scunthorpe with York replying through a Megan Bramham brace, Ruth Brazier and Nicola Brown. Emily Senior was on target for Lepton Highlanders in their 1-1 draw with Barnsley, who found the net through Rebecca Hale. Guiseley moved into the top half with a 4-1 victory over Hull City with strikes from Caroline Hulme (2), Lindsey Hopton and Sally Jones.
Norton & Stockton Ancients replaced Easingwold Town Angels at the top of the Northern Division by beating them 5-0, all five goals being scored by Jemma Dinning. Redcar Athletic also won 5-0 away to Birtley Town to stay level on points with them, Kirsty Ramsay scoring twice along with Michelle Coleman, Heather Power and Claire Teesdale. Emma Hales bagged a four-goal haul and Ashley Lambert the other as Tynedale defeated Lowick Utd 5-2 whilst Durham City won 2-1 at Whickham Fellside thanks to Amy Patterson and Louise Winter. Durham Wildcats made it two wins in a row, 6-1 over California Ladies in which Gemma Northcliffe scored a hat-trick with Emma Mullo (2) and Maeve Clarke adding the rest.
Rothwell Ladies have gone three points clear in the Southern Division after they beat Bradford City A 2-1, Sarah Griffiths and Louise Ikin scoring, and Millers Ladies were edged out 5-4 by Malet Lambert who netted via a Natalie Gray hat-trick, Charmaine Pinder and Carla Green. Doncaster Rovers Belles Juniors meanwhile defeated Kirklees 4-1 thanks to Ellen Smith (2), Lauren Earle and Amy Pollock. Kirsty Delaney, Rebecca Granger and Melissa Houldsworth were on the scoresheet as Keighley Oaks won 3-1 at Rovers Foundation Ladies and Westella & Willerby beat Ossett Albion 7-4 with goals from Amy Ward (3), Natasha Linford (2), Adele Briggs and Molly Storey. Goole Town and Wetherby Athletic finished level at 1-1 courtesy of Sophie Hall and Helen Hartley respectively.
North West League
An 8-1 victory away to Northwich Vixens ensures that Morecambe stay on top of the Premier Divisionand lead by a single point from Blackpool, who defeated Crewe Alexandra. City of Manchester are up in the top half after beating Bolton Wanderers 7-2 whilst Wigan Athletic leapfrogged Burnley Girls & Ladies by defeating them 3-1. Irlam won for the first time, 3-1 away to Preston North End.
The top two in Division One North have opened up a six-point gap over the rest with Blackpool Wren Rovers, 5-0 winners over Stockport County Res, staying ahead on goal difference from Penrith AFC who beat Padiham 4-1. Southport Birkdale still sport a 100% record in third following their 6-0 victory against Leigh RMI. Atherton won 10-1 against Carlisle Utd and Springfields (Preston) also scored ten past Kendal Town.
In Division One South, leaders Chester City won 6-1 at AFC Liverpool with Manchester University defeating Manchester Stingers to go second on goal difference from AFC Urmston Meadowside, who were 2-0 victors over Brazil. Macclesfield Town's 5-1 success away to Mossley Hill Res but Birkenhead lost ground as they were beaten 2-1 by improving Winsford. Liverpool Feds Res are in mid-table following their 4-2 success against Warrington Town.
South West League
Downend Flyers bounced back from defeat seven days earlier to run out 4-1 winners at Stoke Lane Athletic and stay top of the Premier Division, goals coming from Carley Corcoran, Hayley Bullock, Grace Bunker and Kate Michaels. Frankie Stone and Natalie Debek were on the scoresheet as Bristol Ladies Union stayed on Downend's heels with a 2-0 victory at Frome Town and Larkhall Athletic made it three wins in the trot, 3-1 against Weymouth thanks to a brace from debutant Lizzie Barratt and Kelly Cripps. Bridgwater Town won 3-2 against Plymstock Utd via a Katie England brace and Anusia Rourke, while Cleeve West Town and Cheltenham Town finished level at 1-1 courtesy of Natasha Crew and Rhona Donaldson respectively.
Swindon Spitfires remain top of Eastern Division One after goals from Emily Sparkes and Natalie Haigh earned them a 2-1 success away to Forest of Dean, while Sam Morse became the first player to score a goal against the Spitfires this season. Swindon Supermarine defeated Cirencester Town 5-2 to stay a point behind in second place, Jodie Reynolds scoring twice along with Sally Butterfield, Mel Bristow and Annabel Martin. Poole Town climbed into the top three by beating Forest Green Rovers Res 2-0, Sam Gubb netting both goals. Nailsea Utd came away from Keynsham Town Res with a 3-0 victory under their belts thanks to a Kate Liddington double and an own goal.
Western Division One leaders Falmouth Town went down to their first defeat, 2-0 to Bude Town for whom Courtney Ward and Anita Symons were on target. Bay Ladies have drawn level on points with them after Gabby Trays, Louisa Stentiford-Crook and Laura Baker gave them a 3-0 victory away to Dobwalls. Torpoint Athletic are just behind the leading sides after winning 2-1 at Launceston, goals coming from Amy Lewis-King and Helen Kingscott.
Southern Region League
League leaders Aldershot Town are through to the Second Round of the League Cup after an Abi Fever double, Emma North and Lucy Thomson gave them a 4-2 win over Maidenhead Utd. Two goals from Nicole Sandhu saw Woodley Utd to a 2-1 victory against Tower Hill whilst Bracknell Town beat Andover New Street 4-1 and Southampton Women netted seven without reply away to Marlow.
Reading Ladies picked up the result of the day when beating Oxford City 2-0, Kayleigh Hines and Sarah Davern scoring, and Banbury Utd also eliminated higher division opponents as they won 3-1 at Launton. Sarah Campbell and Rachel Mariam each netted twice, with Holly Bridge, Sarah Rouse, Anne Piochowietz and an own goal completing Mansfield Road's 8-0 victory over City Belles.
In Division One, Oxford Utd Res have gone six points clear after winning 5-1 away to Chesham Utd Res. Stacey Coles was on target twice along with Claire Bates, Philippa Burge and Emma Leith. Gosport Borough meanwhile picked up their first win, 7-4 against Newbury Ladies & Girls.
West Midlands League
B & WM Police continue to lead the Premier Division on goal difference after they won 3-0 at TNS Ladies and second placed Solihull Ladies defeated Bradwell Belles 6-1. FC Reedswood are up into third following their 5-2 victory over Kingshurst Sporting. Allscott scored seven without reply past Wednesfield Town to record their first points as did Cannock with a 5-1 win against Lichfield Diamonds.
Division One North leaders Wyrley Ladies stay ahead despite being held to a 5-5 draw by Bilbrook. Coseley Town head the chasing teams after they defeated Shrewsbury Ladies 4-3 while Cresswell Wanderers, 3-2 winners away to Cottage Farm Rangers, and Holditch who beat Port Vale 5-1, are both also one point off the pace.
Coventry Sphinx made it four wins out of four in Division One South when beating Worcester Utd 2-0 and they lead by six points from Malvern Town who won 2-1 at Lye Town. Crusaders and Coventry Development follow on after sharing a 1-1 draw and Marston Green won for the first time, 3-0 against Knowle.
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