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East Midlands League
Steel City Wanderers are back on top of the Premier Division following their 3-1 win away to Arnold Town. Toni Anholm did give Arnold an early lead before the Steels hit back to take the points via a Cheryl Mawhood brace and Laura Naylor. Long Eaton Utd meanwhile ran out 4-0 winners over an injury hit Ellistown side, Kim Harford was on target twice along with Hayley Armstrong and Alena Moulton.
One match was played in Division One North but it produced an extraordinary scoreline. Sleaford Town remain in the hunt for the runners-up spot behind newly crowned Champions Solar Ladies and they kept those hopes alive with a 9-6 victory over West Bridgford. Tracey Duxbury-Mead led the scoring for Sleaford by bagging a hat-trick, Sammy Wiggan and Joanne Wilson each weighed in with a double and the tally was completed by Lauren Flint and Kimberly Scurr.
Eastern Region League
Lowestoft Town have ascended to the top of the Premier Division following their 5-2 victory over Haringey Borough. Kate Pasque and Natasha Thomas each netted twice for Lowestoft, with Amber Rowland joining them on the scoresheet. Sally Green bagged a brace, with Giselle Subryan and Lucy Tape adding the others, as Leverstock Green won 4-2 away to Great Shelford.
In Division One North, Acle Ladies are back in the top two after scoring seven without reply past Norwich City Res. Aishatu Shaibu hit a hat-trick with Sharnie Boast, Joanne Hooper, Jenna Thurtle and Francesca Lambert also on target.
London & South East League
The top of the table clash in the Premier Division went the way of London Corinthians, who defeated Maidstone Utd 3-1 at the Gallagher Stadium to close the gap on the Stones to a single point. Westfield meanwhile stretched their unbeaten run to six matches and consolidated themselves in fifth place by beating Kikk FC 6-1.
In Division One (London), third placed Queen's Park Rangers Development kept themselves in the title race and preserved their unbeaten record for the season with a 3-1 victory over Tottenham Hotspur Development.
North East League
For the second week running, second placed Hull City were dealt a blow to their title hopes, this time going down to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Barnsley. Holly Findlay and Rebecca Halen netted the goals for Barnsley, who climb up to fifth as a result, with Hull's consolation coming from Rebecca Beech.
Two of the title contenders met each other in the Northern Division and it resulted in a 4-2 victory for Tynedale over leaders Birtley St Josephs. Birtley had led 2-0 at the break through Elisha Jones and Robyn Stubbs but Tynedale hit back in the second half to take the points with strikes from Lauren Ray, Ashley Lambert, Christine Murray and Vicky Mudd.
The battle at the top of the Southern Division has hotted up with table toppers Wetherby Athletic beating Rovers Foundation Ladies 5-0. Debra Slater hit a hat-trick for Wetherby with Charlotte Adams and Emma Guilder also on target. Brighouse Town stay six points behind in second place after a Chloe Roberts hat-trick, Amy Hesselden (2) and Rachael White gave them a 6-0 victory over Millers Ladies. Sheffield Wednesday moved up the table as they defeated Ossett Albion 5-0, Jodie Ealand and Danielle Harrison each scoring twice along with Bridie Pitsch.
North West League
Blackburn Community and Manchester City A met each other in an important top of the table clash in Division One North. The teams battled out a goalless draw which keeps Blackburn three points ahead of second placed City.
Newly crowned Division One South Champions Birkenhead meanwhile underlined their superiority on Sunday as they ran out 8-0 winners over second placed Liverpool Feds Res, which leaves them eighteen points clear at the top.
South West League
In the only match to survive the weather in the Premier Division on Sunday, Weymouth Town battled out a 2-2 draw with Bristol Ladies Union. Shannon Peaty netted both goals for Weymouth while Union replied through Sam Rogers and Vicky Symes.
In the Western Division, Callington Town are up into the top half after scoring seven times without reply against Illogan Ladies. Jodie Shipton hit a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Kate Bourn, Gemma Farley, Georgina Reed and Samantha Veal. The other game between Dobwalls and Launceston finished goalless.
Southern Region League
Chesham Utd Res recorded their first victory of the season in Division One when they defeated Tower Hill 2-1. Sarah Bleasdale and Nicole Tofte were on target for Chesham, with Sarah Coles grabbing a consolation for the visitors.
West Midlands League
Katherine Mudge and Tash Hughes scored the goals as FC Reedswood stepped up their title challenge with a 2-1 victory over league leaders B & WM Police. The result means that Reedswood now trail Police by four points but with three games in hand.
In Division One South, Knowle went level on points with leaders Crusaders by winning 4-3 away to Wyre Forest Phoenix. Worcester Utd meanwhile scored six without reply against Redditch Utd and are now in mid-table.
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