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Regional Leagues round-up  
 Women's Football News 30 Mar 2013
 
East Midlands League
Sandiacre Town picked up an important 2-1 win away to Barlestone St Giles in the Premier Division last Thursday. Leanne Beet and Sarah Upton were on target for Sandiacre, with Barlestone replying through Rebecca Enion. 
 
Eastern Region League
Barking are back up into the top half of the Premier Division after running out 4-0 winners away to Thorpe Utd. Carly Vigors netted twice for Barking along with Ashleigh Beale and Hayley Piggott.
 
The only other match throughout the league to take place on Sunday was in the League Plate, where East Thurrock Utd defeated Hutton 6-3 to book their place in the semi finals. Aimee Poole had a great day for East Thurrock, bagging herself a five-goal haul with Kerry Mills joining her on the scoresheet, while Hutton responded with strikes from Leeanne Cox, Danielle Styles and Laura Allen. 
 
London & South East League
The Premier Division title race has been blown wide open and the top five teams in the table are now separated by just two points.
 
Westfield have had a terrific few days, first of all beating one of their title rivals Denham Utd 2-0 on Thursday night with goals from Lizzie Laws and Laura Low. The Woking-based side then followed this up by securing maximum points from a double header with Maidstone Town, winning 2-1 both times to see themselves replace Kikk FC at the top of the table on goal difference. 
 
North East League
Norton & Stockton Ancients are confirmed as Northern Division title winners following their 6-2 victory over Redcar Athletic on Sunday. Easingwold Town Angels are in the driving seat to pick up the runners-up spot and moved themselves closer with a 2-1 success away to Birtley Town, given to them by goals from Emma Cockerill and Sophie Simpson. 
 
North West League
In the solitary match to go ahead in the Premier Division over the weekend, Blackpool pulled themselves alongside leaders Morecambe by beating Wigan Athletic 3-2. However this did not tell the full story as Blackpool needed to come from two goals behind before strikes from Mac Barlow, Sian Dillon and Jenny McGill gave them the points.
 
The only other game played was in the Southern Division, Manchester Stingers grabbing an important three points when winning 1-0 away to Warrington Town. 
 
South West League
Bristol Ladies Union extended their advantage in the Premier Division to six points as they defeated Stoke Lane Athletic 6-1. Amy Caswell and Toni Hemmings each hit doubles, with one apiece from Cheryl Baber and Chloe Campbell.
 
There was a highly significant result in Eastern Division One last Thursday night with St Nicholas replacing Swindon Supermarine at the top of the table by beating them 3-2. Amy Jefferies scored twice and Natalie Coles the other for St Nicks while Supermarine replied through Beth Thompson and Jodie Reynolds. On Sunday, Forest Green Rovers Res moved themselves up the table by getting the better of Keynsham Town Res in an entertaining 6-4 victory. Ellie Olds hit a hat-trick for Forest Green whose other goals came from Sophie Okey, Holly Provis and Charlotte Cooney. Bishop's Lydeard also picked up a crucial win, 2-1 against Forest of Dean thanks to a brace of goals from Dawna Dennett.
 
Marine Academy Plymouth have gone four points ahead at the top of Western Division One following their 3-0 victory over Dobwalls. Georgina Talbot netted twice, with Sam Drewery adding the other goal. Falmouth Town kept their hopes alive by beating Bay Ladies 9-3, putting a huge dent in their opponents' challenge. Katy Barker was on target four times for Falmouth along with Sasha Sparkes (2), Keri-Ann Moxom, Roxanne Cook and Naomi Blight. 
 
Southern Region League
Only one match was possible on Sunday and it took place in Division One, Andover New Street maintaining their challenge with a 3-2 win against Tower Hill. Sara Collins (2) and Charlotte Hull were on the scoresheet for Andover, with Tower Hill responding through Lisa Freeman and Emma Proctor. 
 
* all matches in the West Midlands League were postponed on Sunday.

 
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