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East Midlands League
Steel City Wanderers made it nine wins out of nine when beating Arnold Town 3-0. Cheryl Mawhood hit a hat-trick to keep the Steels one point ahead of second placed Pelican Ladies who won 1-0 at Rise Park. Sarah Priestley bagged a hat-trick and Zuzana Pramukova a brace as third placed Nettleham ran out 5-1 winners over Sandiacre Town. Ellistown follow on after defeating Long Eaton Utd 3-2, Katie Bateman, Kristie Pearman and Terry Want scoring, whilst AFC Trinity won 5-0 against Real Utd thanks to Mikaela Welford (2), Erica Gradus, Caitlin Redfern and Laura Sutherland.
Solar Ladies further extended their lead to nine points in Division One North after goals from Lisa Cromey, Toni McHamilton and Charlotte Summers gave them a 3-0 victory over Teversal. Notts County Development meanwhile replaced Sleaford Town in second place by beating them 5-1. Androulla Kokkinou netted twice for County along with Courtney Walters, Anna-Marie Casey-Horton and Robyn Henton. Ruddington Village defeated West Bridgford 3-0, Danielle Duffy bagging a brace and Holly Brindley the other, and Mansfield Hosiery Mills won 2-1 at Alfreton Town with strikes from Nicole Bramley and Amy Jones.
Division One South leaders Gedling Town were held to a 4-4 draw by Lutterworth Athletic. Helen Busby hit a hat-trick and Sammy Morris the other for Lutterworth, while a Hayley Brown treble and Demi-Leigh Crofts replied for Gedling. Loughborough Students (2006) climbed off the bottom via a 6-5 victory over previously unbeaten Heather St Johns.
Peterborough Northern Star booked their place in the quarter finals of the League Cup as they beat Kettering Town 7-1. Georgina Sturgess scored a hat-trick, Jodie Bartle added two and there was one apiece from Rachel Adkin and Donna Nicholls.
Eastern Region League
Great Shelford are up into third place in the Premier Division following their 4-1 win away to Leighton Utd, courtesy of a four-goal haul from Sophie Hopkin. Sophie Baker and Natasha Thomas scored the goals as Lowestoft Town beat Colchester Town 2-0 whilst Haringey Borough and Barking finished level at 2-2, Stephanie Cooper netting twice for Haringey with Carly Vigors and Katie Whitehead replying.
In Division One North, Witham Town were 3-2 winners away to Acle Ladies with goals from Chloe Jameson, Sarah Jolly and Jodie Osborne.
C & K Basildon Res maintained their lead of two points at the top of Division One South as they won 2-0 at Hutton whilst second placed AFC Dunstable beat Stevenage Borough Res 3-2 thanks to Danielle Carty, Dionne Manning and Chelsea Forde. Hoddesdon Owls moved up to third after Becky Scola gave them a 1-0 victory over Royston Town.
League leaders Bedford Ladies progressed through the Third Round of the League Cup but only just, beating Stevenage Borough on penalties after the sides had shared a 1-1 draw. Lucy Bateman netted for Bedford with Donna McGuigan replying. Billericay Town went through against Leverstock Green, Marie Barker scoring the only goal of the game, Peterborough Sports also booked their place via a 3-1 extra time victory over AFC Trinity.
London & South East League
League leaders Maidstone Utd crashed to a 4-1 defeat at home to Kikk Utd and saw their advantage trimmed to four points by London Corinthians, who completed a good day for themselves by inflicting a first defeat of the season on Crystal Palace, beating them 5-3. Crawley Wasps took the opportunity to move above Palace into third by running out 5-0 winners over Hassocks. Westfield defeated Hemel Hempstead 5-1 and Old Actonians notched up a 2-0 victory over Fulham Compton, whilst the two teams at the foot of the table met each other with Eastbourne Town winning 4-1 against AFC Wimbledon.
Carshalton Athletic kept up the pace at the top of Division One (London) and are three points ahead following their 2-0 success over Tottenham Hotspur Development. Queen's Park Rangers Development meanwhile defeated Battersea & Wandsworth 9-2 to stay well in touch with the leaders. Colne Valley's recent surge up the table was halted as they were beaten 5-1 by Camden Town.
North East League
Norton & Stockton Ancients are still stretching the pace at the top of the Premier Division and ended Whitley Bay's recent unbeaten run by defeating them 2-1, goals coming from Lucy Charlton and Nyci Thorns. Hull City made sure of staying five points behind them in second place after edging out Castleford White Rose by the odd goal in seven, Zoe Mitchell hitting a hat-trick with Rebecca Beech also on target. After eleven straight defeats, Scunthorpe & Bottesford recorded their first victory of the season when Linsey Hughes scored the only goal of the game against third placed York City.
Lowick Utd made a swift return to winning ways in the Northern Division, scoring six without reply past Birtley St Josephs to stay four points ahead. Jenny Patterson bagged a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Mel Darling, Amy Hately and Michelle Stewart. Christine Murray, Vicky Mudd and Ashley Lambert netted the goals as second placed Tynedale won 3-1 away to Redcar Athletic. Prudhoe Town beat Kader FC 2-0 thanks to Catherine Johnston and Kayleigh Arkless and Birtley Town were 3-0 winners over Easingwold Town, Christina Adamson hitting a hat-trick. Middlesbrough Lionesses meanwhile won for the first time, 1-0 against Whickham Fellside with Mary Barnard on target.
Wetherby Athletic are now seven points clear in the Southern Division following their 3-0 success at Westella & Willerby, given to them by Debra Slater, Katie Jesson and an own goal. Gemma Harte scored twice and Loren Turner the other for Rovers Foundation Ladies as they held second placed Doncaster Belles (Women's) to a 3-3 draw. Emily Higgins, Michelle Wakelin, Emma Otley and Stacey Buxton were all on the scoresheet as Sheffield Wednesday narrowly won 4-3 against Handsworth.
North West League
Leaders Crewe Alexandra did not play on Sunday but Morecambe were unable to take full advantage as they were held to a 1-1 draw by City of Manchester. This allowed Bolton Wanderers to replace them in second place, three points behind Crewe, after they scored eight without reply past Wigan Athletic. Blackpool Wren Rovers meanwhile defeated local rivals Blackpool 5-2 and are handily placed just behind the leading teams. Chester City and Northwich Vixens battled out a 1-1 draw whilst Burnley Girls & Ladies arrested a run of three straight league defeats by winning 3-1 away to Preston North End.
In Division One North, Manchester City A defeated Padiham 3-0 to narrow the gap on leaders Blackburn Community, who did not play, to three points. Stockport County Res did likewise with a 2-1 win away to Bury Girls & Ladies but City replace them in second place on goals scored. Accrington Girls & Ladies follow on in fourth after continuing their recent good form with a 4-2 victory over Kendal Town.
Birkenhead continue to dominate the Division One South table, expanding their lead even further to twelve points with a 3-1 win against AFC Liverpool. Second placed Liverpool Feds Res lost ground as they were beaten 6-1 by Manchester Stingers. Manchester University edged out Mossley Hill Res 1-0 and it was a good day for bottom of the table Winsford as they won for the first time, 3-1 against AFC Urmston Meadowside.
South West League
Cheltenham Town moved closer to the leading sides on Sunday, climbing into third place by beating Cleeve West Town 5-1. Rhona Donaldson and Catherine Reilly each scored twice with Sarah Haden joining them on the scoresheet. Bristol Ladies Union and Downend Flyers battled out a goalless draw with Swindon Spitfires moving inbetween them after winning 1-0 away to Weymouth Town, Mel Bristow grabbing the only goal of the game. Stoke Lane Athletic and Frome Town finished level at 1-1, Adele Brown was on target for Stoke Lane with Frome replying through Lauren Sanger.
The top of the table clash in the Eastern Division went the way of Brislington, who opened up a lead of four points by beating Bishop's Lydeard 3-0. Kimberly Maggs kept up her excellent form for Bris by scoring all three goals. Third placed Bitton lost ground as they suffered a 7-3 defeat at the hands of Keynsham Town Res for whom Hari Sabic netted four times with Rosie Bostock, Daisy Pearce-Lyons and Georgia Elliott adding the others. Bev Symes and Lauren Fraser scored the goals as Poole Town won 2-1 away to Forest Green Rovers Res whilst Gloucester City stayed in touch with the top sides with a 4-0 victory over Cirencester Town. Laura Stephens was on target twice along with Emma Hart and a Helen Wood penalty. Nailsea Utd meanwhile returned from Forest of Dean with a 4-2 success under their belts thanks to goals from Evelyn Gould (2), Ella Blackham and Eleanor Davies.
A 6-1 victory over Dobwalls sees Torquay Utd maintain their five point advantage at the top of the Western Division. Hayley Chamberlain netted twice with one apiece from Laura Baker, Sarah Chase, Vicki Fannon and Emily Hannaford. Torquay's two nearest rivals met each other and it was Marine Academy Plymouth who emerged as 4-2 winners against Alphington with strikes from Kate Nicholls (2), Sam Drewery and Danielle Moody. Amber Hadrill and Tori Marks were on the scoresheet as Charlestown defeated Callington Town 2-0 and the game between Taunton Town and Bude Town finished level at 2-2. Claire Dawe and Hannah Thompson were on target for Taunton, with Bude replying through Lizzy Jenkins and Courtney Ward.
Southern Region League
Woodley Utd are still eight points clear at the top of the Premier Division following a 4-0 victory away to Andover New Street thanks to Laura Woodley, Nicole Sandhu, Lauren Hosking and an own goal. Nicola Moore scored the only goal of the game as second placed Aldershot Town won 1-0 at Maidenhead Utd. Charmaine True hit a hat-trick as Gosport Borough kept up their challenge by beating Mansfield Road 3-1 and Basingstoke Town also won 3-1 against Bracknell Town, goals coming from Lianne Hill, Carla Mitchell and Katie Randell.
Newbury Ladies continue to set the pace in Division One, staying two points clear after a Nicole Beesley brace, Laura Ainscough, Leanne Creese and Rachel Panting gave them a 5-0 win over Ascot Utd. Second placed Milton Keynes City meanwhile defeated Chesham Utd Res 9-1 with goals from Michelle Morrall (2), Laura Geyton (2), Mia Skaarup, Shannon Brown, Danielle Metcalfe, Roksana Karbownik and Stacy Ellett. Stony Stratford Town ran out 4-1 winners away to Southampton Women thanks to Keeley Moxon, Lynsey Patmore, Kate Casserley and Jordan Bateman. Michele Niven and Katie Haines were on target as Fleetlands beat Tower Hill 2-1 and Marlow defeated Banbury Utd 1-0.
West Midlands League
Premier Division table toppers B & WM Police were held to a 3-3 draw by Walsall and saw their lead cut to a single point by FC Reedswood who beat Hereford Pegasus 11-2 to replace them in second. TNS Ladies remain in touch with the leading sides after scoring eight without reply past Bradwell Belles. Allscott moved back into the top half after defeating Wednesfield Town 6-0 and Coventrians also won by the same margin against Kingshurst Sporting.
West Mercia stay five points clear in Division One North despite going down to a 3-2 defeat at home to Cresswell Wanderers. Bilbrook netted eleven times against Cottage Farm Rangers and replace an inactive Pelsall Villa in second place. Wyrley Ladies ran out 4-1 winners over Coseley Town and there were plenty of goals in the other game as Florence and Shrewsbury Ladies shared a 5-5 draw.
In Division One South, top of the table Marston Green were held to a 1-1 draw by Malvern Town and they now lead the way by one point from two teams. Crusaders caught up ground by beating Worcester Utd 4-2 and Knowle were 2-0 winners away to Solihull Ladies Res. Coventry Development meanwhile defeated Wyre Forest Phoenix 4-0 to keep themselves in touch with the leading sides.
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