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East Midlands League
In the solitary Premier Division match to be played on Sunday, Emma James netted both goals to give Real Utd a 2-1 victory over Gedling Town which takes them out of the bottom two to just below mid-table.
In Division One North, Ruddington Village replaced Grimsby Town in second place as a Jodie Ellis brace and Krysia Ellis earned them a 3-2 win over their rivals. Notts County follow on after scoring seven without reply against Appleby Frodingham, Courtney Walters netting four times along with Jasmin Bear, Alex Johnson and Anna-Maria Casey-Horton. Pinxton ran out 6-0 winners at West Bridgford whilst Lincoln Ladies Development and Retford Utd shared a 3-3 draw.
Raunds Town moved up to second in Division One South by beating Barrowby 10-0, Leah Stacey was on target five times with Sarah Pantall (2), Sarah Carroll, Laura Reed and Stacey Dickens adding the others. In the other game, Loughborough Students Res were 2-1 victors away to Radcliffe Olympic Res.
Eastern Region League
Great Shelford lifted themselves into the top three in the Premier Division as goals from Becky Taylor (2), Sarah Gee, Sophie Hopkin and Alison Wright saw them to a 5-3 victory over Sawbridgeworth Town. Hannah Porter scored the only goal of the game for Colchester Town in their 1-0 success away to Haringey Borough and Bedford Ladies defeated Stevenage Borough 2-1 thanks to Natasha Fensome and Sophie Britton.
In Division One North, Tarnya McKew netted five times and Emma Goldsmith bagged a hat-trick for Ipswich Wanderers in their emphatic victory against FC Clacton. Charlotte Hayward, Claire Turnball, Amy Warnes, Sophie Welton and Jemma Yarnton also got on the scoresheet. Acle claimed a 4-3 win away to Norwich City Res in which Aishatu Shaibu netted twice along with Sophie Baker and Donna Bonnett.
Leverstock Green have gone four points clear at the top of Division One South after doubles from Steph Beltcher and Nicola Hollick, plus goals by Jane Rudderham, Giselle Subryan, Lucy Tape and Joanne Williams earned them an 8-1 victory over East Thurrock Utd. Despite goals from Emma Chaffey, Fiona Harris and Shemika Holloway, third placed Baldock Town were held to a 3-3 draw by Hoddesdon Owls who replied through a Becky Scola brace and Daniela Martucci. Royston Town meanwhile triumphed 4-2 at Hutton, courtesy of Emma Phipps, Amy Shepherd, Jenni Russell and an own goal.
London & South East League
Fulham Compton OB moved into second place in Division One (London) after a 2-0 win away to Carshalton Athletic. Leyton join them on twelve points as they edged out Tring Athletic by the odd goal in five but it is Battersea Ironsides who still lead the way on goal difference. Camden Town raced to a 5-1 victory over Wandgas and Luton Town Res won for the first time, 2-0 against Kent Magpies.
North East League
Castleford White Rose have leapt into the top half of the Premier Division table following their 3-0 victory over York City. Aimi Beresford netted two of the goals, with Danielle Sidebottom also on target. Lepton Highlanders and Hessle Town are still seeking their first wins after their clash finished in a 2-2 draw. Kelly Rushforth and Rebecca Wiggans were on target for Lepton, with Hessle replying through Emily Rymchuk and Chantelle Lewis.
Lauren Earle and Charlotte Cork scored the goals as Doncaster Rovers Belles Juniors won 2-1 away to Bradford City Res, to go level on points with Southern Division leaders Rothwell Ladies. Malet Lambert follow on in third after scoring seven without reply away to Keighley Oaks, Natalie Gray netting four times along with Charmaine Pinder, Megan Render and Ellie Tanser. Wetherby Athletic and Millers Ladies finished level at 3-3, Helen Hartley (2) and Rachel Carmichael scoring for Wetherby and Millers finding the net through a Jaydene Venus double and Chelsea Kitchen. Rovers Foundation Ladies ran riot against Goole Town, Gemma Harte netting seven times and Sam Kitchen adding a further six, while a Jenna Cresswell hat-trick, Ruth Austin (2) and Amie McKone rounding off the scoring.
* LATE NEWS - Goole Town have resigned from the Southern Division and the table will be adjusted accordingly.
North West League
Bolton Wanderers moved themselves into a mid-table position in the Premier Division with a 3-2 victory against Irlam. Northwich Vixens meanwhile picked up an important point from a 2-2 draw with Wigan Athletic.
Things remain tight at the top of Division One North where Blackpool Wren Rovers won 2-1 at Springfields (Preston) to go top on goal difference from Penrith AFC. Atherton's 4-2 victory away to Padiham leaves them three points off the pace along with Springfields. Southport Birkdale defeated Stockport County Res 3-2 and remain in touch as do Blackburn Community, who won 5-3 at Leigh RMI. At the other end of the table, Carlisle Utd won for the first time when beating Bury Girls & Ladies 3-1.
In Division One South, Manchester University went level on points with leaders Chester City with a 7-0 victory over Warrington Town. Brazil's 3-0 success at Liverpool Feds Res means they are just two points behind and narrowly ahead of Macclesfield Town who scored eight past AFC Urmston Meadowside. AFC Liverpool defeated Manchester Stingers 6-2 whilst Mossley Hill Res and Winsford shared four goals.
South West League
A win on Sunday would have taken Bridgwater Town top of the Premier Division for the first time but instead they went down to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Cheltenham Town, who scored through Lydia Amarquaye and Charlie Griffin.
In the solitary match played in Eastern Division One, Forest Green Rovers Res moved up the table via a 6-1 victory over Bishop's Lydeard. Ellie Olds and Naomi Marshall each netted twice along with Sarah Haden and Hannah Hale.
Bay Ladies march on at the top of Western Division One, going four points clear through a 6-1 success at Torpoint Athletic. Josie Jackson hit a hat-trick and the others came from Joanne Fawke, Alex Sheppard and Jazmine Hervin. Sam Drewery (2), Georgina Talbot, Kate Nicholls and Lindsey Harris netted the goals as Marine Academy Plymouth ran out 5-0 winners over Callington Town and Launceston won 3-2 at Charlestown thanks to a Louise Crick brace and Margaret Brimacombe.
Southern Region League
Woodley Utd took advantage of their rivals' inactivity in the league to move into second place with an 8-0 victory away to Mansfield Road. Georgia Graham and Nicole Sandhu each netted twice and they were joined on the scoresheet by Francesca Ball, Georgia Cartwright, Jessica Grimmett and Joanne Walsh-Perks.
Oxford Utd Res continue to look strong at the top of Division One and have gone seven points clear following their 6-2 win against Tower Hill. Danielle Anderson (2), Emma Leith (2), Laura Allsop and Claire Marsh netted for the U's with Lisa Freeman replying twice. Tina Leahy grabbed a hat-trick for Reading Ladies, still the only unbeaten side left in the division, and the others came from Kayleigh Hines and Sarah Reid as they won 5-1 at Stony Stratford Town to go second. Marlow claimed their first victory, 2-1 at Newbury Ladies & Girls thanks to Abi Canvin and Linsey Smith.
West Midlands League
Solihull Ladies continue to set a hot pace at the top of the table and they now lead by nine points after running out 4-1 winners over Lichfield Diamonds. Cannock meanwhile bounced back from their defeat seven days earlier to record a 2-1 success at Bradwell Belles and move into fourth. Wednesfield Town remain at the bottom but registered their first point when sharing a 1-1 draw with Kingshurst Sporting.
There was a change of leadership in Division One North with Cresswell Wanderers taking over at the top via a 4-1 victory over Coseley Town. In the other game, Shrewsbury Ladies claimed their first win of the season as they edged out Holditch by the odd goal in seven.
In Division One South, Marston Green are up into the top half after their 3-0 success at Lye Town. Worcester Utd are just behind them as they beat third placed Knowle by the only goal of the game. Redditch Utd are still searching for their first victory but managed to claim a good point in a 1-1 draw with Malvern Town.
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