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East Midlands League
The Premier Division table has been re-calculated without Pelican Ladies following their shock resignation during the week and it leaves Steel City Wanderers six points clear at the top after they won 3-2 at Peterborough Northern Star. Cheryl Mawhood was on target twice for the Steels along with Zoe Beresford. Nettleham are now their major rivals for the title and they further cemented themselves in second place with a 2-1 success away to Long Eaton Utd, thanks to goals from Stacey Aisthorpe and Katie Davison. Real Utd and third placed Ellistown took part in a six-goal thriller in which Katie Prendergast scored twice and Monica Bowley the other for Real, with Ellistown replying through a Katie Bateman brace and Jessica Waldrum. The two teams now at the foot of the table met each other, AFC Trinity and Rise Park battling out a goalless draw.
In Division One North, Sleaford Town received a setback in their quest to finish as runners-up as they went down to a 4-0 defeat at home to Ruddington Village, who stay one place below them, thanks to Faye Brown (2), Rebecca Graves and an own goal.
Eastern Region League
Stevenage Borough are on the verge of the top three in the Premier Division after they won 2-1 away to Colchester Town, goals coming from Josie North and Nicola Perschsky. Lorna Hart meanwhile hit a hat-trick as Peterborough Sports defeated fourth placed Great Shelford 3-1.
It was a good day for Haverhill Rovers in Division One North as they won for only the second time this season, 3-1 against Norwich City Res. Rachael Mann, Stacey Roper and Katie Shorter scored the goals for Haverhill.
Royston Town have reached the Final of the League Plate after they defeated Stevenage Borough Res 3-2 after extra time. Joanne Rutherford, Daniella Lewis and Grace Leslie netted their goals, with Tayla Huckle scoring twice in reply. Royston's opponents in the Final will be Hutton, who defeated Ipswich Wanderers 5-3.
North East League
York City closed to within three points of Premier Division leaders Norton & Stockton Ancients by beating Whitley Bay 3-2. Lisa Bjornstad, Beth Clayton and Lauren Shuttleworth were on the scoresheet for York with Jess Hooper and Jasmine Petre replying.
There was a change of leadership in the Northern Division where Lowick Utd defeated Whickham Fellside 7-1 to go top of the table on goal difference. Jenny Patterson bagged a hat-trick, Amy Hately weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Michelle Stewart and Jenna Waddell.
Westella & Willerby are off the bottom of the Southern Division after Becky Walker and Amy Thompson gave them an excellent 2-1 victory away to third placed Malet Lambert.
North West League
Division One North leaders Blackburn Community did not play on Sunday and they have not been caught by Manchester City A, who ran out 10-1 winners over Bury Girls & Ladies. Stockport County Res meanwhile scored seven without reply against Woolton to make sure of keeping in touch with the top two. Jess Battle led the scoring with a hat-trick and County's other markswomen were Tiree Vallance (2), Clare Lee and Rachael Evans. Leigh RMI edged out Carlisle Utd by the odd goal in five and are up into fifth place.
South West League
St Nicholas have doubled their lead at the top of the Premier Division after they defeated Stoke Lane Athletic 4-2. Jade Gamlin hit a hat-trick and Abi Winnett the other for the leaders, with Stoke Lane responding via strikes from Imogen Pearce and Abby Rose. Downend Flyers meanwhile moved into second place by winning 4-0 away to Weymouth Town, thanks to a goal apiece from Kate Michael, Katie Ransome, Alana Willson and Amy Yip.
In the Western Division, Marine Academy Plymouth closed the gap on leaders Torquay Utd to five points as Jade Bryan and Eden May gave them a 2-0 victory over Launceston.
Southern Region League
In the only match to be played on Sunday, Tower Hill won 3-2 away to Chesham Utd Res to book their place in the semi finals of the Chairman's Cup. Sarah Snowdon, Lisa Freeman and Emma Proctor were on the scoresheet as Tower Hill avenged their Division One defeat seven days earlier to Chesham, who found the net through a Gemma Fraser double.
West Midlands League
There was also just a single match which took place in the league, in Division One North where West Mercia scored ten without reply past Coseley Town to open up a lead of five points at the top of the table. Nicola Durnall led the scoring for the Mercians with a hat-trick, Maria Bell contributed a brace and the tally was completed by Nat Trevor, Jodiee Bell, Tash Dunning, Nikki Mason and an own goal.
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