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East Midlands League
Honours were even as the Premier Division top of the table clash between Steel City Wanderers and Mansfield Town culminated in a goalless draw. The Steels stay two points ahead of their rivals with Nettleham now sandwiched in second place after a Natasha Hughes double gave them a 2-0 victory over Sandiacre Town. Peterborough Northern Star stormed to a 9-1 win against Gedling Town which takes them into fourth, just ahead of Rise Park who won at Long Eaton Utd with Georgina Uhrhank grabbing the only goal of the game. Barlestone St Giles defeated Real Utd 2-1 with goals from Lucy Poole and Hannah Spencer.
In the only match played in Division One North, third placed Ruddington Village made up ground on the top two by beating Appleby Frodingham 5-3. Jodie Ellis scored twice along with Holly Brindley, Emma Clarke and Shannon Clay.
One game also took place in Division One South but it saw Barrowby climb off the bottom of the table after sharing a goalless draw with Netherton Utd.
Eastern Region League
Georgia Box and Annie Hickey scored the goals for Colchester Town as their Premier Division match with Haringey Borough finished level at 2-2. Stevenage Borough meanwhie scored eight without reply against Sawbridgeworth Town, Nicola Perschsky and Sam Tinsley both hitting doubles with the others coming from Rachel Callow, Amy Josland, Hayley Kemp and Cara Breckenridge.
Lowestoft Town have moved nine points clear in Division One North after beating Norwich City Res 3-2. The points were shared in the other game between Ipswich Wanderers and AFC Sudbury, who conceded their 100% record as a result, goals coming from Tarnya McKew and Marie Seabrook respectively.
Division One South leaders Baldock Town took advantage of their rivals not having a game to stretch their advantage to six points as Joanne Corbett, Fiona Harris and Natasha Little gave them a 3-1 victory over Royston Town.
London & South East League
Battersea Ironsides moved themselves into the top three places in Division One (London) and pepped up their title challenge with a 3-2 success away to Kent Magpies, who remain at the foot of the table.
North East League
With the top two not in action, Castleford White Rose were unable to take an opportunity to take over the leadership as they went down to a 2-1 defeat at Hull City, for whom Rebecca Beech scored both goals. York City closed in by beating Hessle Town 3-2, goals coming from Megan Bramham, Nicola Brown and Jasmine Whitwell, whilst Scunthorpe Utd defeated Lepton Highlanders by the same score thanks to Sophie Bell, Amy-Leigh Briggs and Linsey Hughes. Caroline Hulme was on target as Guiseley edged out Whitley Bay by the odd goal in nine, Alarna Fuller joining her on the scoresheet.
Norton & Stockton Ancients have gone ten points clear in the Northern Division following their 8-0 victory over Birtley Town. Bianca Owens bagged a six-goal haul with Victoria Hutchinson adding the other two. Durham Wildcats went two better by scoring ten without reply past Easingwold Town Angels, Gemma Nortcliffe hitting four with Emma Mullo (2), Annabelle Gibney, Marisha Schumacher-Hodge, Samantha Striano and Sara Ismail-Sutton helping take their side up to second. Laura Foad and Christine Murray were on target as Whickham Fellside won for only the second time, 2-0 against California Ladies.
Southern Division leaders Doncaster Belles did not play and saw their lead trimmed to eight points by Westella & Willerby, whose match with Bradford City Res finished goalless. Emma Watson netted four times and Lisa Deakin a brace as Rothwell Ladies won 6-0 at Keighley Oaks to go third, ahead of Millers Ladies who drew 2-2 with Kirklees. Sophie Temple and Bradie Wild netted for Millers, with Claire Needham and Jayne Smith replying. Malet Lambert ran out 10-0 winners over Wetherby Athletic and Rovers Foundation Ladies defeated Ossett Albion 4-1 thanks to Gemma Harte (2), Beki Bowers and Jenna Cresswell.
North West League
Wigan Athletic are in fourth place in the Premier Division after they beat Irlam 3-1. Bolton Wanderers meanwhile consolidated themselves in mid-table with a 2-1 victory over Preston North End.
Blackburn Community closed the gap on Division One North leaders Springfields (Preston) with a 2-0 win against Stockport County Res. Penrith AFC meanwhile suffered a huge setback to their hopes as they went down to a surprise 6-0 reverse at Padiham.
In Division One South, Manchester University moved level on points with table toppers Chester City with a 6-0 victory over Mossley Hill Res. At the other end of the table, Manchester Stingers are off the bottom following their 3-1 success against AFC Liverpool.
Blackpool are through to the quarter finals of the League Cup after scoring eleven without reply against Leigh RMI. In the League Plate, Liverpool Feds Res caused a shock by defeating top division Burnley Girls & Ladies 4-2. Crewe Alexandra won 6-0 at Carlisle Utd and Kendal Town beat Bury Girls & Ladies.
South West League
Swindon Supermarine booked their place in the quarter finals of the Bristol Soccerworld Cup with a 4-0 win away Dobwalls. Jodie Reynolds netted twice for last season's beaten finalists along with Serena Smith and Hayley Huckin. Bay Ladies ran out 6-2 winners at Taunton Town whilst Forest Green Rovers Res defeated Keynsham Town Res 5-1 thanks to doubles from Holly Provis and Sam Hallsworth plus an own goal.
Bristol Ladies Union are back on top of the Premier Division following their 5-0 success away to Stoke Lane Athletic, thanks to Amy Caswell, Cheryl Baber, Katy Nash, Natalie Debek and an own goal. Weymouth meanwhile defeated Plymstock Utd 7-0 with goals from Bryony Webb (2), Danella Randall, Rosie Sharp, Ella Walmsley, Philipa Holden and Emma Acott.
In Eastern Division One, Poole Town rekindled their promotion challenge by beating Cirencester Town 4-1. Bev Symes was on target twice along with Faye Hawkins and Sam Gubb, with Katrina Fisher replying.
Southern Region League
Bracknell Town saw off a tough challenge from Gosport Borough before progressing to the semi finals of the League Cup with a 3-2 victory. Also through are Parley Sports who were 4-3 winners over Woodley Utd.
In the Premier Division, Shanklin lifted themselves back in the top three with a 4-0 success away to Mansfield Road.
Reading Ladies moved to within a single point of Division One leaders Oxford Utd Res by scoring seven without reply past Marlow. Stony Stratford Town meanwhile defeated City Belles to go third. Hannah Webb hit a hat-trick with Susannah Crabbe and Naomi Littler adding the others as Chesham Utd Res won 5-4 at Banbury Utd whilst Newbury Ladies & Girls and Tower Hill finished level at 1-1.
West Midlands League
Solihull Ladies returned to action with a 3-1 victory over Allscott which takes them fifteen points clear at the top of the table. B & WM Police made sure of keeping in touch with them by beating Hereford Pegasus 6-1. TNS Ladies came away from Lichfield Diamonds with a 3-1 victory while the bottom of the table clash between Bradwell Belles and Wednesfield Town finished level at 2-2.
The two teams at the foot of the table also met in Division One North but this time it was Cottage Farm Rangers who carried off the points, thanks to a 3-1 victory.
Coventry Sphinx extended their Division One South lead to eight points with a 3-1 victory over Coventry Development. Worcester Utd were 1-0 winners away to Lye Town and Malvern Town defeated Marston Green 3-1.
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