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Regional Leagues round-up  
 Women's Football News 22 Feb 2013
East Midlands League
Steel City Wanderers are back on top of the Premier Division following their 7-1 victory away to Gedling Town. Zoe Beresford led the scoring with a hat-trick, Rachel Hale weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Maria Burns and Laurie Millington. Just three points now cover the top five and the leading pack have been joined by Rise Park who were 6-3 winners over Barlestone St Giles, goals coming from Natasha Murray (2), Jemma Douglas, Georgianne Herring, Kylie Parr and Fiona Kieran. Danielle Mason grabbed the only goal of the game as Arnold Town returned from Real Utd with all three points.
One match was played in Division One North, West Bridgford defeating Retford Utd 4-0 with a goal apiece from Kimberly Barton, Lucy Dawkins, Holly Gascoigne and Anne Kugel.
AFC Trinity are now fifteen points clear at the top of Division One South after their won 6-1 away to Barrowby. Natasha Folwell bagged a four-goal haul and she was joined on the scoresheet by Erica Gradus and Mikaela Welford. Loughborough Students Res went level on points with second placed Lutterworth Athletic as they scored six without reply past Netherton Utd whilst Radcliffe Olympic Res went two better with an 8-0 victory over Oadby & Wigston Dynamo. 
Eastern Region League
Kayleigh Steed scored two and Rachel Gwilliam the other as AFC Sudbury defeated Premier Division Colchester Town 3-0 in the Fourth Round of the League Cup. It was not a good day for Premier Division sides as Haringey Borough also went out, beaten 3-2 by Norwich City Res for whom Chelsea Clarke (2) and Elizabeth Johnson were on target.
Tarnya McKew netted seven times as Ipswich Wanderers ran out crushing 11-0 winners over FC Clacton in the League Plate. Claire Turnball (2), Emma Goldsmith and Hannah Wlese completed the tally. Giselle Subryan, Sarah Brydon and an own goal gave Leverstock Green a 3-2 victory against Hoddesdon Owls whilst Hutton beat Royston Town on penalties after the sides had battled out a 1-1 draw.
In the solitary match which took place in the Premier Division on Sunday, Sawbridgeworth Town remain at the foot of the table following their 4-0 defeat at the hands of Barking whose strikes came from Claire Brooks, Hayley Piggott, Kelsey Watson and an own goal.
There was a surprise in Division One North where table toppers Lowestoft Town surrendered their unbeaten record, going down to a 4-0 reverse away to Haverhill Rovers.
In Division One South, Baldock Town extended their lead at the top to nine points by winning 5-1 at Chelmsford City. Joanne Corbett and Natasha Little each netted doubles for Baldock, with Emma Chaffey also on target. 
London & South East League
Kikk FC made a swift return to the top of the table in the Premier Division after they ran out 3-0 winners over London Corinthians. Denham Utd are now just two points off the pace in third place, with two games in hand, following their 4-2 success at Maidstone Town.
Things remain tight at the top in Division One (London) with two of the challengers catching up ground on the top two. Third placed Battersea Ironsides defeated Kent Magpies 6-0 and Carshalton Athletic edged out Camden Town by the odd goal in five. 
North East League
Castleford White Rose claimed their second victory over title challengers in recent weeks as they won 3-1 against Chester-le-Street Town. Sarah Leonard, Danielle Sidebottom and Lizzie Tester scored the goals for Castleford who have lifted themselves above the Cestrians and into second place. Barnsley are up into the top half after a Kathryn Smith brace and Rebecca Hale gave them a 3-2 victory over Lepton Highlanders.
Whickham Fellside caused a surprise in the Northern Division with an 8-2 victory over third placed Easingwold Town Angels. Christine Murray led the scoring with a hat-trick, Tracey Embleton and Claire Moore each bagged doubles and Emily Tate was also on target. Birtley Town meanwhile defeated Durham City 3-1 thanks to strikes from Natalie Beswick, Brooke Wilkinson and Michaela McHugh.
Southern Division leaders Doncaster Belles were held to a 2-2 draw by Millers Ladies, who scored through Sophie Temple and Bradie Wild. Rothwell Ladies closed the gap on them to four points by winning 3-1 at Wetherby Athletic with goals from Nadine Bates, Lauren Nichols and Emma Watson. Keighley Oaks and Bradford City Res finished level at 1-1 thanks to Beth Nixon and Kerry McLoughlin respectively. 
North West League
Morecambe are back on top of the Premier Division after they won 10-2 away to Burnley Girls & Ladies. They lead on goal difference from Tranmere Rovers with Blackpool one point adrift in third following their 2-0 victory over Preston North End. Elsewhere, Bolton Wanderers and Northwich Vixens battled out a 2-2 draw.
Springfields (Preston) held on to the leadership of Division One North, their 3-2 win against Stockport County Res keeping them one point ahead of Blackpool Wren Rovers who beat Padiham 2-1. Atherton meanwhile dealt a blow to Southport Birkdale's hopes by defeating them 3-1.
In Division One South, Winsford are up into mid-table after their 2-0 victory over Warrington Town whilst AFC Liverpool scored seven without reply past Mossley Hill Res. 
South West League
Bristol Ladies Union have opened up a six-point gap at the top of the Premier Division table following their 2-1 win away to Cheltenham Town, given to them by Amy Caswell and Katy-May O'Hara-Nash. Bryony Webb and Philipa Holden were on target as Weymouth went third by beating Frome Town 2-0 and Cleeve West Town returned from Plymstock Utd with a 1-0 victory under their belts, a Mollie Stevens goal lifting her side into mid-table.
The local derby between Swindon Spitfires and Swindon Supermarine ended in a 2-2 draw, which leaves Supermarine three points ahead of their local rivals with St Nicholas a further point behind. Hannah Gulliver and Emily Sparkes netted for Spitfires, with Supermarine replying through Jenny Jones and Alice Smith. Poole Town remain in contention after their 5-2 success away to Nailsea Utd, Stacey Ayling scoring twice along with Beverley Symes, Faye Hawkins and an own goal. At the other end of the table, Keynsham Town Res picked up an important 4-2 win at Forest of Dean thanks to Hannah Davies (2), Charlotte Morrison and Charlie Grimes.
Bay Ladies turned up the heat at the top of Western Division One, going seven points clear following their 6-4 victory over Taunton Town. Kate Nicholls bagged a seven-goal haul with Louise Chaves, Danielle Moody and Grace O'Leary adding the others as Marine Academy Plymouth went second by beating Torpoint Athletic 10-1 and Callington Town edged out Launceston 3-2, Kate Bourn netting a brace and Kayleigh Rowe the other. 
Southern Region League
In the only match to be played in the Premier Division on the weekend, Maidenhead Utd moved themselves into fifth place in the table with a 4-3 win against Parley Sports.
Division One leaders Oxford Utd Res went down to a 4-3 defeat at Tower Hill, who scored through Harriet Coe, Lisa Freeman, Samantha Talbot and Sarah Snowdon. A win would have taken Reading Ladies top but they remain in second place on goal difference after sharing four goals with Newbury Ladies & Girls. Sara Collins, Jess Frampton and Charlotte Hull netted the goals as Andover New Street kept up their challenge with a 3-2 success at Banbury Utd while third placed Stony Stratford Town were held to a 2-2 draw by Marlow, despite strikes from Keeley Moxon and Lynsey Patmore.
Shanklin are through to the semi finals of the League Cup after a brace of goals from Rowan Treague earned them a 2-1 extra time victory over Basingstoke Town, who replied through Lindsey Beverley. 
West Midlands League
Solihull Ladies further stepped up the pressure in the Premier Division and are now eighteen points clear after scoring nine without reply past Wednesfield Town. B & WM Police meanwhile won 2-1 against FC Reedswood and the result takes them into second place, ahead of Kingshurst Sporting on goal difference.
Bilbrook maintained their lead of three points in Division One North as they defeated Cresswell Wanderers 5-0 whilst second placed Coseley Town won 3-1 against Cottage Farm Rangers. Wyrley Ladies caught up ground on the top three by beating Port Vale 5-2.
In Division One South, Crusaders were unable to close the gap on leaders Coventry Sphinx when they went down to a 4-1 defeat away to Knowle. Third placed Coventry Development also lost, 4-2 at Marston Green.

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