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East Midlands League
Pelican Ladies went to the top of the Premier Division, courtesy of a 4-0 victory away to Real Utd. Chantelle Robinson bagged a hat-trick and Rhyiannea Anderson joined her on the scoresheet to give their side four wins from their opening four matches.
Solar Ladies powered five points clear in Division One North following their 3-0 success at Teversal, given to them by strikes from Natalie Aird, Sue Green and Toni McHamilton. Their two nearest rivals, Sleaford Town and Notts County Development, battled out a 2-2 draw. Courtney Walters twice gave County the lead with Kimberly Scurr and Leeanne Davison equalising on each occasion. Gemma Hopkin netted four times, Gemma Charlton and Emily Mumby each hit hat-tricks and Lindsey Dye scored twice as fourth placed Grimsby Town beat Retford Utd 12-1.
In Division One South, Gedling Town went level on points at the top of the table after a Hayley Brown hat-trick and Nina Best gave them a 4-2 victory over Lutterworth Athletic.
Rothwell Corinthians meanwhile won their delayed League Cup First Round tie 5-3 against Heather St Johns. Leah West scored twice along with Stephanie Donald, Amy Loake and Christine Waite.
Eastern Region League
One match was played in the Premier Division on Sunday, Sawbridgeworth Town notching up their first points of the season when Emma Hastings and Jemma Whiteman gave them a 2-1 win away to Haringey Borough.
AFC Sudbury extended their lead at the top of Division One North to five points with a 2-1 victory over Norwich City Res thanks to Rachel Gwilliam and Kayleigh Steed. Jenna Thurtle scored twice and Aishatu Shaibu the other as Acle Ladies defeated Haverhill Rovers 3-2 and the game between Ipswich Wanderers and Witham Town ended goalless.
C & K Basildon Res are now seven points clear in Division One South after they won 4-1 away to Stevenage Borough Res. Paida Dedza, Jessica Hills, Kirsty Knight and Lauren Knight all netted a goal apiece for Basildon. Hoddesdon Owls defeated Hutton 7-1 to move into second spot, Daniela Martucci hitting a hat-trick with Becky Scola (2), Kristina O'Connell and Kristi Burtling also on the scoresheet.
London & South East League
The solitary match played in the Premier Division on Sunday resulted in a change of leadership, Maidstone Utd taking over at the top of the table by winning 4-0 away to Hassocks.
The top of the table clash in Division One (London) ended with honours even, Carshalton Athletic remaining six points clear after sharing a 1-1 draw with second placed Queen's Park Rangers Development. The other game in the division resulted in a first victory of the season for Tottenham Hotspur Development, 4-1 against Colne Valley.
North East League
Guiseley extended their Premier Division lead to three points as an Amy Parker double earned them a 2-0 win at Lepton Highlanders. Second placed Norton & Stockton Ancients were held to a 3-3 draw by Barnsley for whom Jessica Burton scored a hat-trick. York City moved up into the top three with a 3-0 victory over Castleford White Rose in which Lauren Shuttleworth (2) and Sara Renfrew were on target. Ellie McKenzie netted twice and Samantha Workman the other as Hessle Town came away from Scunthorpe & Bottesford with a 3-2 victory.
There was a change of leadership in the Northern Division with Easingwold Town taking over at the top by beating Middlesbrough Lionesses 3-1 with goals from Sophie Simpson (2) and Anna Spragg. Jenny Patterson, Becky Robinson and Michelle Stewart scored to give Lowick Utd a 3-2 win at Prudhoe Town which takes them into second place, just ahead of Redcar Athletic who battled out a goalless draw with Whickham Fellside.
Wetherby Athletic maintained their perfect start in the Southern Division as they won 3-2 at Sheffield Wednesday. Emma Guilder scored twice and Debra Slater the other to take Wetherby eight points clear at the top. Doncaster Belles are in second place following their 6-1 victory over Millers Ladies whilst Rovers Foundation Ladies and Westella & Willerby finished level at 1-1 with goals from Emma Broome and Amy Thompson respectively.
North West League
The top three were not in action on Sunday in the Premier Division and they have now been joined by Bolton Wanderers after they defeated Blackpool 3-2. Northwich Vixens were 3-1 winners away to Wigan Athletic whilst Preston North End picked up their first point of the season from a 1-1 draw with Irlam.
Blackburn Community continue to stretch the pace in Division One North, beating Leigh RMI to record their sixth straight win and going five points clear. Accrington Girls & Ladies meanwhile inflicted a first defeat of the season on Manchester City A by beating them 4-1. Padiham won 3-1 at Carlisle Utd and Kendal Town were 10-1 victors over Bury Girls & Ladies.
In Division One South, Birkenhead won 3-2 away to Ellesmere Port Town to stay two points clear. Macclesfield Town moved into second with a 3-0 victory over AFC Liverpool, just ahead of Liverpool Feds Res who drew 2-2 with AFC Urmston Meadowside. Manchester University were 2-0 winners against Mossley Hill Res whilst Manchester Stingers defeated Winsford by the only goal of the game.
South West League
Frome Town are out of the bottom three in the Premier Division after beating Cleeve West Town 5-1. Samantha Eley, Steph Isaacson, Naomi Nash, Devon Rich and Nancy Frostick all scored for Frome with Samantha Crew replying. Weymouth Town and Stoke Lane Athletic meanwhile battled out a 1-1 draw with goals from Emma Acott and Imogen Pearce respectively.
Eastern Division leaders Bishop's Lydeard maintained their lead of three points after a Holly Miller hat-trick and Natalie Poole gave them a 4-0 win over Forest Green Rovers Res. Bitton stay second after defeating Keynsham Town Res 6-1, Kylie Allen and Megan Bloomer each scoring twice along with Ellie Lester and Jess Morgan. Nailsea Utd and Forest of Dean shared four goals, Eleanor Davies netting two for Nailsea with Tara Rutter bagging a brace in reply.
Plymstock Utd remain on top of the Western Division despite suffering a 5-1 reverse at Taunton Town for whom Claire Dawe scored a hat-trick along with Malgorzata Lewko-Brzeska and Paisly Puddy. Tori Marks was another player to score three times, for Charlestown as they defeated Dobwalls 3-0 to move within one point of the leadership. Bude Town and Callington Town drew 2-2, Sarah Badham and Johanna Small each netting twice for their respective teams, whilst Illogan Ladies celebrated their first win of the season, Kathryn Barbery-Redd scoring the only goal against Launceston.
Southern Region League
Woodley Utd's winning start to the season was halted as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Andover New Street. Nicole Sandhu and Amie Benton netted for Woodley with Charlotte Hull and an own goal replying. Amy Hubbort meanwhile scored four times as Aldershot Town ran out 5-0 winners away to Mansfield Road, Lauren Steers joining her on the scoresheet.
In Division One, Tower Hill and unbeaten Newbury Ladies shared a 3-3 draw. Charley Hamilton scored a hat-trick for Tower Hill with Ellernore Reed (2) and Gemma Burnett replying. Alexandra Ayckbourn and Rachel Dunbar each netted twice for Banbury Utd in their 4-1 victory over Chesham Utd Res whilst Marlow also won 4-1 at Ascot Utd thanks to an Abi Canvin brace, Rhea James and Amy Pollard.
West Midlands League
Leamington Lions made sure of going level on points with Premier Division leaders Hereford Pegasus after running out 6-0 winners over Wednesfield Town.
Division One North leaders West Mercia were held to a 1-1 draw by Lichfield Diamonds and still head the table by three points from Pelsall Villa, who went up into second place by beating Shrewsbury Ladies 5-2. Wyrley Ladies meanwhile climbed into the top four as they won 5-1 at Cottage Farm Rangers.
Marston Green continue to lead the way in Division One South and their 3-2 success at Worcester Utd keeps them three points ahead of Studley, who defeated Redditch Utd 5-1. Wyre Forest Phoenix were 5-1 winners away to Solihull Ladies Res and this moves them into third, just ahead of Crusaders who beat Lye Town by the only goal of the game.
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