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East Midlands League
Peterborough Northern Star moved up into third place with a 2-1 victory away to Rise Park. Sarah Jones and Catriona Flory netted their goals with Jemma Douglas replying for the home side. Real Utd follow on after Rachael Wakefield, Emma James and Jodie Ellis earned them a 3-2 win against Long Eaton Utd.
One match was played in Division One North where third placed Sleaford Town kept themselves in the running by beating Alfreton Town 3-1. Grace Galloway did give Alfreton an early lead before Sleaford hit back to take the points through Ashleigh MacKenzie, Leeanne Davison and Lauren Flint.
Division One South finally saw some match action for the first time since 19th January and it saw leaders Gedling Town double their advantage at the top to six points following their 6-3 victory over Raunds Town. Natalie Wilson was on target twice along with Nina Best, Hayley Brown, Demi-Leigh Crofts and Kate Sallis.
Eastern Region League
Bar Hill are through to the semi finals of the League Cup after winning their much delayed tie 1-0 against Sawbridgeworth Town. Natalie Harman scored the only goal of the game to give the Division One North side victory against their higher division opponents.
Premier Division leaders Lowestoft Town suffered a setback to their chances as they were beaten 4-2 by Leverstock Green. Sally James bagged a hat-trick and Kim Mulgrew the other for Leverstock who are now just six points off the pace. Peterborough Sports meanwhile notched up their second win in successive weeks, defeating Colchester Town 1-0.
It was not a good day either for the team on top of Division One North who also suffered a home defeat. AFC Sudbury's advantage was cut to two points by second placed Acle Ladies, who beat them 3-1 with goals from Joanne Hooper (2) and Laura Hedtke. Improving Haverhill Rovers ran out 9-3 winners over Norwich City Res, Laura Brown and Stacey Roper both hitting hat-tricks with Julie Brown, Rachael Mann and an own goal completing their tally.
C & K Basildon Res have gone six points clear in Division One South after winning 2-1 away to Royston Town.
London & South East League
One match was played in the Premier Division on Sunday, Old Actonians moving themselves into the top half of the table as they triumphed 3-0 away to Westfield, who are one place above them.
Camden Town have climbed into fourth place in the Division One (London) table following their 5-1 victory over Regents Park Rangers, who are still seeking their first points.
North East League
Guiseley are back in the top four in the Premier Division after running out 5-0 winners over Barnsley, a result which takes them above two teams including their opponents.
In the Southern Division, Rovers Foundation Ladies battled out a 1-1 draw with Handsworth, who moved to within one point of the team above them. Gemma Harte was on target for Rovers, with Handsworth replying through Leah Hardy.
North West League
Just the one match in the league managed to survive the weather on Sunday, in Division One South where two of the contenders for the runners-up spot met each other. Manchester University and Macclesfield Town battled out a 2-2 draw which keeps the students in mid-table with Macclesfield in third, three points behind Liverpool Feds Res but with two games in hand.
South West League
There was a vital clash at the top of the Premier Division on Sunday with leaders St Nicholas going down to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Cheltenham Town. Catherine Reilly gave Cheltenham the lead nine minutes before half time and just after the hour mark, Chenise Austin added the second from a well struck free kick. Jade Gamlin ensured a nervy finish for the home side as she pulled a goal back from Adele Hooper's pass but Cheltenham held on to record a win which takes them into second place, five points behind St Nicholas but with four games in hand.
The only other action in the league took place in the Western Division where Charlestown beat Launceston 3-1. Tori Marks scored twice and Amber Hadrill the other as fourth placed Charlestown claimed the points from the all-Cornish clash.
Southern Region League
Aldershot Town moved to within two points of league leaders Woodley Utd with a 2-0 victory against Basingstoke Town. Amy Lawrence and Lauren Carnell scored the goals for the Shots, both coming during the first half. Maidenhead Utd meanwhile leapt up to fourth place on the back of a 3-0 success away to Andover New Street.
West Midlands League
B & WM Police have extended their lead at the top of the Premier Division to seven points following their 3-1 victory against Kingshurst Sporting.
In Division One South, Coventry Development won 2-1 away to Solihull Ladies Res to keep themselves in fourth place, just four points behind leaders Crusaders.
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