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East Midlands League
After picking up their first point of the season seven days earlier, West Bridgford went one better this time around by winning for the first time, 3-2 against Lincoln Ladies Development. Sarah Nutbrown, Parvatt Perman-Howe and Tara Butler scored the goals to take their side out of the bottom two.
Eastern Region League
Great Shelford moved into second in the Premier Division, one point off the top, after they ran out 4-1 winners over Haringey Borough. Sophie Hopkin hit a hat-trick and Becky Taylor added the other goal, with Erika Vareckova replying. Peterborough Sports had started the day in second place but they went down to a 3-1 defeat at Bedford Ladies, despite a goal from Lesley-Ann Seaman. Natasha Fensome (2) and Camille Stephens were on target for the home side.
Division One North leaders Lowestoft Town maintained their lead of three points at the top via a 3-2 victory over Ipswich Wanderers. Charlotte Eastwood, Clieo Stephenson and Natasha Thomas netted their goals. AFC Sudbury remain hard on their heels in second place after Hannah Bray (2), Chloe Mills and Kayleigh Steed gave them a 4-2 win away to Norwich City Res.
Baldock Town went level on points with table toppers Leverstock Green in Division One South when they defeated West Billericay 4-0. Rebecca Day netted twice along with Natasha Little and Eustace Randles.
Haverhill Rovers meanwhile reached the quarter finals of the League Cup after a Laura McAllister double, Lyndsie Duemmel, Rachael Mann and Stacey Roper earned them a 5-1 victory over Leighton Utd.
London & South East League
Leyton have opened up a four point lead at the top of Division One (London) after they won 7-1 away to Kent Magpies. They lead from Fulham Compton OB and Battersea Ironsides who went second on goal difference with a 4-0 victory over Camden Town. At the other end of the table, Wandgas doubled their points tally for the season when sharing four goals with Luton Town Res.
North East League
With the remainder of the teams in the Premier Division on County Cup duty, Peterlee St Francis took full advantage with a 5-1 victory over Whitley Bay which sees them go four points clear at the top. Charlotte Dinsdale netted twice along with Jennifer Alford, Leanne Anderson and Becky Robinson with Catherine Shields replying.
Norton & Stockton Ancients further lengthened their lead at the top of the Northern Division to five points by slamming Durham City 12-1. Lowick Utd meanwhile climbed into second place as a Jodine Bolton brace and Jenny Patterson earned them a 3-2 win away to Whickham Fellside. Easingwold Town Angels kept themselves in touch by beating Redcar Athletic 4-1, Emma Cockerill scored twice with the others coming from Samantha Barker and Bobby Barwick.
None of the leading sides in the Southern Division were in action but it was a good day for the teams who started the day in the bottom two positions. Ossett Albion lifted themselves up two places with a 2-1 win over Bradford City Res, Angela Gaughan and Claire Popplewell scoring with Chelsey Faulkner replying. Wetherby Athletic meanwhile are off the foot of the table following their 4-0 victory away to Rovers Foundation Ladies in which Debra Slater (2), Rachel Carmichael and Helen Hartley were all on target.
North West League
Blackpool have gone four points clear at the top of the Premier Division after they won 4-1 away to fifth placed Wigan Athletic. Improving Northwich Vixens picked up their second win in successive matches and are up into mid-table after beating Burnley Girls & Ladies 3-1.
One match was played in Division One North, Kendal Town leapfrogging Leigh RMI and out of the bottom three by defeating them 5-2.
Chester City took the chance to open up a lead of three points at the top of Division One South with a 5-0 victory over Manchester Stingers. Birkenhead are in top three after edging out Mossley Hill Res by the odd goal in seven with AFC Urmston Meadowside following on, they shared a 1-1 draw with Warrington Town.
South West League
Bristol Ladies Union are back on top of the Premier Division but were given a scare on the way towards their 4-3 win away to Cleeve West Town. A late strike from Frankie Stone, her second of the game, gave the title chasers an important victory which sees them replace an inactive Larkhall Athletic. Amy Caswell and Cheryl Baber netted the other goals for Union with Molly Stevens, Charlie Grimes and Natasha Crew replying for the home side. Weymouth meanwhile went fourth by winning 2-0 away to Plymstock Utd, goals coming from Ella Walmsley and Danella Randall.
One match was played in Eastern Division One and it saw Keynsham Town Res climb off the bottom of the table by beating Forest of Dean 2-0, Fabiana Rodrigues netting both goals.
There was a surprise in Western Division One as leaders Bay Ladies tumbled to their first defeat of the season, beaten 4-2 by Marine Academy Plymouth. Natalie Liggett, Sam Drewery, Kim Eke and Georgina Talbot were all on target for Marine. Truro City cut Bay's lead to five points with a 9-1 victory over Torpoint Athletic in which Beth Thomas hit a hat-trick, with doubles from Sophie Wilson, Monica Lewis and Charlotte Cresswell. Gemma Farley (2) and Louise Ham scored the goals as Callington Town defeated Taunton Town 3-0, Bude Town won 3-2 at Launceston thanks to Leanne Stanbury, Courtney Ward and an own goal, but the happiest team on the day were likely to have been Charlestown as they won for the first time, 1-0 against Dobwalls.
Southern Region League
In the only match to be played in the Premier Division on Sunday, Mansfield Road lifted themselves into the top half of the table with a 2-0 victory away to Launton. Elizabeth Williams gave them the lead on the quarter hour and Anne Plochowietz wrapped up the win with the second goal, nine minutes from time.
The remaining League Cup Second Round tie was played and Shanklin ran out 4-1 winners away to Newbury Ladies & Girls to progress to the quarter finals, where they will play Basingstoke Town.
West Midlands League
FC Reedswood kept themselves in touch with the leading sides in the Premier Division with a 4-0 victory over Cannock, which moves them above their opponents and into fifth place. Allscott are off the bottom of the table following their 6-1 win against Bradwell Belles in the division's other game.
In Division One North, Cresswell Wanderers moved to within one point of leaders Coseley Town when they won 5-0 away to Port Vale. Wyrley Ladies meanwhile lost ground as they suffered a 4-1 defeat at the hands of Shrewsbury Ladies.
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