Share page on Social Media: f Share t G+ find us on Twitter: @wssmagnews
Women's Football News
East Midlands League
The only action that took place in the league on Sunday was in Division One North, where two matches were played.
Greenwood Meadows took advantage of their rivals' inactivity by beating Lincoln Ladies Development to open up a six point lead at the top. Notts County meanwhile won for the first time this season, 5-1 against Pinxton and are up into fourth place. Robyn Henton and Alex Francis each netted twice, with Courtney Walters also on target.
Eastern Region League
In the solitary Premier Division match that took place on Sunday, leaders C & K Basildon saw their winning run halted by a 2-1 reverse away to Bedford Ladies. Natasha Fensome and Becca Vass netted their goals whilst Basildon - who would have gone nine points clear with a win - replied through Laura Bryant.
In Division One North, Norwich City Res lifted themselves into the top three with an 8-1 victory over FC Clacton. Katrina Carman, Luci Middleton and Rebecca Walters all netted twice with one apiece from Leonie Daulby and Jodie Hopkins-Duckhouse. Tarnya McKew bagged a hat-trick and Justine Peacock the other as Ipswich Wanderers won 4-2 away to Acle in the other game.
Hoddesdon Owls became the first team to take points off Chelmsford City in Division One South as the sides battled out a 1-1 draw. Kristina O'Connell was on target for Hoddesdon with Emma Ridings replying for Chelmsford. Elsewhere, goals from Sophie Dowman (2), Rianna Dimmock, Kerry Mills and Louise Webb earned East Thurrock Utd a 5-3 victory against Baldock Town.
London & South East League
Division One (London) saw the only league action on the weekend and the three winning teams all picked up points which take them just behind the leading sides in the table.
Leyton won 2-0 against Wandgas and are up into fourth place, just ahead of Fulham Compton OB who defeated Kent Magpies 3-2. Carshalton Athletic are also on six points after they came away from Camden Town with a 2-1 victory.
North East League
Hull City moved themselves into a mid-table position after a Sian Bentley double and Rebecca Beech gave them a 3-2 victory away to Lepton Highlanders. Castleford White Rose meanwhile claimed their first points of the season when beating Hessle Town 4-1. Aimi Beresford netted twice with Tina Jenkins and Danielle Sidebottom also on target.
Tynedale are up into the top three in the Northern Division after they defeated Durham City 5-3. Emma Hales bagged a brace and she was joined on the scoresheet by Helen Gibson, Rebecca Knight and Leanne Bell with Hannah Atkinson, Lucy Johnston and Louise Winter replying.
With leaders Rothwell Ladies not playing, Doncaster Rovers Belles Juniors went level on points with them by beating Goole Town 8-1. Ellen Smith netted a hat-trick with the other goals coming from Lauren Earle (2), Amy Pollock, Abbie Smith and Rachel Pritchard. Charmaine Pinder scored a hat-trick and Natalie Gray the other for Malet Lambert but they were held to a 4-4 draw by Rovers Foundation Ladies for whom Gemma Harte and Sam Kitchen netted doubles. Millers Ladies and Westella & Willerby shared six goals, Megan Wylde (2) and Bradie Wild were on target for Millers and Westella responding through Molly Storey, Amy Ward and an own goal.
North West League
In the only match to take place in the Premier Division, Denton Town and Bolton Wanderers fought out a 2-2 draw.
Springfields (Preston) notched up their fourth victory in a row and are up into third place in the Division One (North) table after they won 4-2 away to Leigh RMI.
Chester City power on at the top of Division One (South) and their 6-1 victory over AFC Urmston Meadowside has taken them five points clear from Manchester University who were held to a 1-1 draw by Winsford. Brazil and Birkenhead finished level at 3-3 and the other game in the division also ended in a draw, 1-1 between Liverpool Feds Res and AFC Liverpool.
South West League
In Eastern Division One, second placed Swindon Supermarine were unable to take an opportunity to go top of the table when they went down to a 5-1 defeat away to Forest Green Rovers Res. Ellie Olds hit a hat-trick for Forest Green with Hannah Hale and Sarah Haden also on target. Oldland Abbotonians meanwhile lifted themselves off the bottom by winning 2-1 at Cirencester Town, given to them by goals from Rebecca Fox and Jess Cole.
Bay Ladies are the new leaders of Western Division One after a Laura Gough double and Adele Rogers gave them a 3-0 victory over Dobwalls. Callington Town picked up a 2-1 success away to Torpoint Athletic with Kayleigh Dawe netting both goals and Taunton Town registered their first points when beating Charlestown 4-3, thanks to a goal apiece from Claire Dawe, Rebecca Farthing, Hannah Forse and Paisly Puddy.
Southern Region League
Mansfield Road climbed into a mid-table position in the Premier Division as they won 5-2 against Basingstoke Town. Sarah Rouse and Elizabeth Williams each scored twice, with Holly Bridge adding the other for Mansfield Road while Basingstoke's replies came from Josette Pearmine and Michelle Shone.
Division One leaders Oxford Utd Res' winning run came to an end when they were defeated 3-2 by Stony Stratford Town, who scored through a Siobhan Layne brace and Rachael Waller. Tower Hill are up to third after Samantha Talbot (2), Lisa Freeman, Leanne Walker and Clare Warner gave them a 5-0 victory over Chesham Utd Res.
West Midlands League
Solihull Ladies have taken over as the new leaders of the Premier Division following their 5-1 win away to Kingshurst Sporting. Cannock meanwhile won for the second week in a row, 6-2 against Wednesfield Town to take themselves into the top half.
There was also a change of leadership in Division One North where Coseley Town went top by beating Port Vale 5-0. They lead the way on goal difference from Holditch who were 5-3 winners over Cresswell Wanderers.
In the only match to be played in Division One South, Knowle moved into second place in the table with a 3-1 victory over Redditch Utd.
Women's Soccer Scene Media ©
on mobile wssNews.co.uk
Women's Sport Search
|Total page reads:|