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 Women's Football News 19 Sep 2013
East Midlands League
Ellistown lifted themselves to the top of the Premier Division with a 2-1 victory over previous leaders Real Utd, given to them by goals from Jody Scott and Terry Want. Nettleham follow on in third after scoring eight without reply past Long Eaton Utd. Stacey Aisthorpe and Zuzana Pramukova both hit hat-tricks with one apiece from Holly Newman and Tana Vengrinova. Steel City Wanderers kept up their good start as Maria Burns and Jennifer Pearson gave them a 2-1 success against Peterborough Northern Star whilst Sandiacre Town won for the first time, 5-1 over Arnold Town thanks to Farrah O'Connor, Victoria Downing, Jodie Smith, Leanne Beet and Natalie Loughenbury.
Two teams are level on points at the head of Division One North with Sleaford Town out in front, they had doubles from Hannah Brewis, Emma Levett and Kimberly Scurr plus a Lauren Flint strike in their 7-0 victory over Retford Utd. Solar Ladies are also on nine points after beating Ruddington Village 3-1, Lottie Soar netting twice and Ellie Casson the other. Courtney Walters bagged four goals for Notts County Development in their 9-0 win at Teversal, Lauren Yeomans (2), Anna-Marie Casey-Horton, Jasmin Bear and Perazim Mugadia completing the tally. Grimsby Town were 5-3 winners at Mansfield Hosiery Mills and Alfreton Town defeated West Bridgford 7-0, Kelly Gunston and Brigitte Warrender each hit braces along with Lauren Stevenson, Lisa Dolan and an own goal.
One match was played in Division One South on Sunday, Loughborough Students (2006) registering their first points with a 4-0 victory over Barrowby, thanks to a goal each from Levi Chambers-Cook, Clare Hayes, Emily Hodson and Paris Kierman. 
Eastern Region League
Natasha Thomas helped herself to four goals as Premier Division leaders Lowestoft Town made it five wins from five games with a 6-2 triumph over Sawbridgeworth Town. Chloe Hoffman and Chantelle Keevil added the others for Lowestoft who lead by two points from Billericay Town who were 4-1 winners at Haringey Borough. Sophie Whiting, Lisa Silverton, Stacey Turner and Samantha Quinn were all on target for Billericay. Bedford Ladies stormed to a 10-2 success away to Leverstock Green, Natasha Fensome netting six times and Rebecca Vass the other four, whilst Alison Wright hit a hat-trick along with Becky Charter (2) and Georgia Day for Great Shelford as they beat Stevenage Borough 6-3. Leighton Utd Vixens netted six without reply past Peterborough Sports, Shanice Sanderson bagging a four -goal haul along with Jodie Molloy and an own goal, whilst strikes from Vicky Kinsman, Hayley Piggott and Carly Vigors earned Barking a 3-1 victory over Colchester Town.
The First Round ties in the League Cup were played on Sunday and the tightest tie saw AFC Sudbury beat Acle 2-1 after extra time thanks to Emma Squirrell and Vicki Studd. Stevenage Borough Res also required extra time in their 4-2 win at Hutton in which Mary Lisle, Alex North, Katie Grehan and Bethany Page all scored. Naomi Ingarfield and Anna Jepson ensured that Bar Hill came away from Royston Town with a 3-2 victory and Witham Town edged out West Billericay by the same scoreline, Lynsey Bowman, Lynsey Warren and Sophie Hayes netting their goals. Norwich City Res won 5-3 against AFC Dunstable, Luci Middleton and Hayley Peverley each netting twice with Gemma Farman adding the other. Hoddesdon Owls recorded the biggest victory of the round, 5-1 over Baldock Town thanks to Charley Handley (2), Daniela Martucci (2) and Katie Vickers. 
London & South East League
Maidstone Utd won 4-2 against Hassocks and they continue to trail Premier Division leaders Crystal Palace by two points. Crawley Wasps were 2-1 victors away to Fulham Compton OB and stay close at hand in third place as do London Corinthians, 4-1 winners over Eastbourne Town, and Kikk Utd who defeated Old Actonians 5-0. Westfield meanwhile got back to winning ways with a 4-0 success against AFC Wimbledon.
Carshalton Athletic notched up a 5-3 victory over Camden Town and this leaves them as the leaders of Division One (London) on goal difference from Chertsey Town, who join them on six points after beating Tottenham Hotspur Development 2-1. Watford Development defeated Regents Park Rangers 3-0 whilst Battersea & Wandsworth edged out Colne Valley by the odd goal in five. 
North East League
Hull City are the new leaders of the Premier Division after hat-tricks from Rebecca Beech and Molly Storey, plus a Claire Goforth goal, gave them a 7-0 victory over Scunthorpe & Bottesford. York City had started the day on top but they were beaten for the first time, 4-1 by Norton & Stockton Ancients who have now gone second, thanks to a four-goal haul by Nyci Thorns. Whitley Bay and Guiseley battled out a 1-1 draw, Gabriella Naughton and Michelle Walsh scoring respectively, whilst Siobhan Simpson and Laura Wilson ensured that Peterlee St Francis beat Barnsley 2-1. Hessle Town ran out 5-2 winners at Castleford White Rose with strikes from Rebecca Shipp (2), Emma Westmorland, Katie Quinn and Liberty Bott.
Redcar Athletic have taken over the leadership of the Northern Division after Tara Ball scored the only goal in their win at previous leaders Tynedale. Birtley St Josephs beat Prudhoe Town 3-1 and join them on nine points, Shannon Brown, Sinead Ord and Heather MacKinlay netted their goals. Doubles from Jenny Patterson and Michelle Stewart earned Lowick Utd a 4-1 victory at Whickham Fellside and Kader FC were 4-2 winners away to Easingwold Town, Jamie-Leigh Scott scoring twice along with Sophie Cox and Shaunie Kemp. Birtley Town claimed their first win, 2-1 against Middlesbrough Lionesses thanks to Brooke Wilkinson and Sophie Johnson.
Wetherby Athletic continue to lead the way in the Southern Division after a Debra Slater double and Charlotte Adams gave them a 3-2 win over Malet Lambert. Gemma Harte and Amie McKone were on target for Rovers Foundation Ladies in their 2-1 victory against Ossett Albion whilst Brighouse Town defeated Handsworth thanks to a Chloe Roberts hat-trick, Olivia Dangerfield, Sonya Sweeney and Rachael White. Doncaster Belles netted six without reply past Westella & Willerby and Millers Ladies were 2-1 victors at Sheffield Wednesday courtesy of Bradie Wild and Chelsea Kitchen. 
North West League
A 4-2 victory away to Bolton Wanderers has taken Blackpool Wren Rovers to the top of the Premier Division on goal difference from Morecambe, who beat previous leaders Crewe Alexandra 3-0. Burnley Girls & Ladies follow on in fourth place after sharing a 3-3 draw with Blackpool. Chester City are in mid-table after beating Preston North End 1-0 whilst City of Manchester edged out Northwich Vixens by the odd goal in five.
Blackburn Community are the new leaders of Division One North, they scored fourteen times against Bury Girls & Ladies to take over on goal difference from Stockport County Res who went down to a 4-1 reverse away to Leigh RMI. Manchester City A ran out 9-1 winners over Penrith AFC whilst Carlisle Utd won for the first time, 4-2 against Accrington Girls & Ladies.
Division One South table toppers Birkenhead have kept up their good start with a 4-1 victory over AFC Urmston Meadowside and they stay three points ahead of Ellesmere Port Town, 12-1 winners against Winsford, and Liverpool Feds Res who defeated Mossley Hill Res 5-3. Macclesfield Town were beaten for the first time, 5-1 by Manchester University, and Manchester Stingers claimed their first victory when winning 2-0 against AFC Liverpool. 
South West League
Bridgwater Town bounced back from their first defeat the previous Sunday to win 1-0 against Downend Flyers. Holly Cox scored the only goal of the game to keep Bridgwater three points clear at the top of the table. Sasha Sparkes bagged a hat-trick, Laura-Beth Haggis and Nicola Russell each contributing braces and Keri-Ann Moxom completed the tally as Truro City powered into second with an 8-3 success at Frome Town. Cheltenham Town maintained the last surviving 100% record by beating Weymouth Town 3-2 thanks to goals from Charlie Griffin, Catherine Reilly and Sarah Haden, whilst Bristol Ladies Union defeated Cleeve West Town 3-1 with strikes from Toni Hemmings, Sally-Anne Shortman and Kelly Watkins. Mel Bristow was on target for Swindon Spitfires who shared a 1-1 draw with improving Stoke Lane Athletic, who replied through Katie Miller.
Kylie Allen scored twice, with Megan Bloomer and Becky Jones joining her on the scoresheet as Bitton went clear at the top of the Eastern Division by winning 4-0 at Forest Green Rovers Res. Four teams are three points behind, headed by Brislington who defeated previous leaders Nailsea Utd 8-1 with an Emily Plummer hat-trick, Kimberly Maggs (2), Jazmin Faiers, Hollie Hodgson and Vicky Powell. Goals from Emily Crook, Holly Miller, Abigail Payne and Lucy Stacey gave Bishop's Lydeard a 4-2 victory over Keynsham Town Res and Gloucester City are also on nine points after beating Poole Town 4-3 with Leanne Godwin, Laura Meheran, Emily Skipp and Helen Wood all on the scoresheet. Forest of Dean meanwhile won for the first time, 3-0 against Cirencester Town thanks to Helen Edwards, Tara Rutter and Abigail Jones.
Western Division leaders Torquay Utd stay two points clear after winning 4-0 away to Illogan Ladies, Laura Gough hitting a hat-trick and Louisa Stentiford-Crook the other. Emma Anderson and Kayleigh Dawe scored the goals as Callington Town beat Charlestown 2-1 to stay in second, just ahead of Plymstock Utd who won 3-2 against Marine Academy Plymouth thanks to Catherine Davis, Alice Gullick and Hayley Ranachan. Joanne Lockyear grabbed the only goal of the game for Alphington in their win over Launceston and Dobwalls were 3-2 victors at Taunton Town, Ellie Simpson netting twice along with Suzanne Porter. 
Southern Region League
There was a change of leadership in the Premier Division, Woodley Utd going top of the table as a Ranai Bird hat-trick earned them a 3-0 victory over Bracknell Town. Parley Sports defeated Mansfield Road to go second, ahead of previous leaders Maidenhead Utd who were beaten 3-2 by Gosport Borough whose goals came from Gemma Green (2) and Charmaine True. Tracy Jones and Ayala Truelove were on target for Basingstoke Town in their 2-2 draw with Aldershot Town, who found the net through Amy Lawrence and Katrina Niemi.
Shannon Brown and Julianne Gadsby each hit hat-tricks and Michelle Morrall added a double for Division One leaders Milton Keynes City in their 8-2 win away to Chesham Utd Res. Newbury Ladies won 3-0 at Southampton Women to remain two points behind in second place, Ruby Oliver scoring twice and Rachel Panting the other. Siobhaun Layne (2), Kate Casserley (2) and an own goal ensured that Stony Stratford Town ran out 5-0 winners over Banbury Utd whilst Fleetlands defeated Marlow 5-3 thanks to a Laura Streeter brace, Michele Niven, Jodie Prince and Gemma Howard. Charley Hamilton, Lisa Freeman and Sarah Coles netted the goals for Tower Hill in their 3-2 victory over Ascot Utd. 
West Midlands League
No change at the top of the Premier Division where Hereford Pegasus won 5-0 at Wednesfield Town to preserve their lead of three points from B & WM Police, who scored nine without reply past Allscott, and FC Reedswood, 3-1 winners over Kingshurst Sporting. Walsall notched up a large 12-1 victory over Bradwell Belles whilst the match was a lot closer at Coventrians where visitors Leamington Lions won 2-1.
West Mercia now head the Division One North table on their own following their 3-1 victory over Cresswell Wanderers whilst Lichfield Diamonds were beaten for the first time, 4-2 by Pelsall Villa who move up into second. Bilbrook also won 4-2 against Cottage Farm Rangers and are in third. Wyrley Ladies defeated Coseley Town 3-1 whilst Florence were another team to record a 4-2 victory against Shrewsbury Ladies.
Studley have joined leaders Marston Green at the top of Division One South after they beat Solihull Ladies Res 3-0. Lye Town meanwhile scored seven times past Redditch Utd to move just outside the top three.

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