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 Women's Football News 19 Sep 2014
 
East Midlands League
Ellistown continued their excellent start to the season with a 5-2 victory away to Long Eaton Utd which has taken them three points clear at the top of the Premier Division. Emma Moore and Jess Waldrum each scored twice and Terry Want was also on target. Rhyiannea Anderson netted the only goal of the game for Rise Park as they beat Sandiacre Town 1-0 to move into second, ahead of Peterborough Northern Star who were 2-1 winners at Notts County Development thanks to Vicky Gallagher and Sophie Hurst. Nettleham got off the mark with a 5-3 success away to Eastwood Community, Kirsty Salzell netting twice along with Stacey Aisthorpe, Katie Davison and Zuzana Pramukova as did Grimsby Borough, 2-1 winners over Arnold Town courtesy of Lisa Cromey and Suzanne Green.
 
Division One North leaders Winterton Rangers did not play on Sunday but remain top of the table, one point ahead of Sleaford Town who drew 2-2 with Alfreton Town. Joanne Wilson and Amy Kilgannon were on target for Sleaford, with Jade Curtis netting twice in reply. Emma Fitzgerald, Kelly Clayton, Jenna Yates, Faye Brown and Holly Brindley ensured that Ruddington Village won 5-0 at Teversal whilst Cleethorpes Town opened up with a 7-1 victory over Lincoln Moorlands Railway. Gemma Charlton netted four times for Cleethorpes along with Kirsty Smith (2) and Sophie Burns. Mansfield Hosiery Mills also picked up their first win, 4-1 against West Bridgford with strikes from Holly Cox (2), Emma Butler and Laura Markwell.
 
Oadby & Wigston Dynamo and Bedworth Utd occupy the top two positions in Division One South after sharing a 4-4 draw. Samantha Hargrave netted twice along with Geraldine Campbell and Natalie Miles, whilst Bedworth replied through a Kirsty Farnsworth brace, Emily Mann and Shanice Walsh. Briony Cox and Zoe Watkins were on target as Kettering Town won 2-0 at Rothwell Corinthians, whilst Corby S & L beat AFC Trinity 2-1 with goals from Leanne Lowden and Nicole Tinto. 
 
Eastern Region League
Colchester Town are the new leaders of the Premier Division after they won 4-0 at Stevenage Ladies. Cassandra Craddock, Annie Hickey and Lauren Richardson were on target along with an own goal. Third placed Barking were held to a 2-2 draw by AFC Dunstable, Kelsey Watson netting both their goals with Kerry Stratton and Chelsea Forde replying. Lowestoft Town continued their good start by winning 4-3 at Great Shelford, Megan Cletheroe scoring twice along with Natasha Thomas and Hannah Waters. Rachel Armstrong and Nicole Manning netted the goals as Brentwood Town defeated Leverstock Green 2-1 whilst Acle triumphed 5-3 over Haringey Borough thanks to a Leonie Daulby hat-trick, Sharnie Boast and Laura Hedtke.
 
Norwich City Res notched up their first win in Division One North, 5-2 against Ipswich Wanderers including doubles from Samantha Hunn and Melissa Mulloy.
 
Southendian Ladies hold on to the leadership of Division One South after winning 3-0 away to Sawbridgeworth Town, Elizabeth Newcomb bagging a brace and Georgia Holdaway the other. West Billericay defeated Little Thurrock Dynamos 3-1 with goals from Michelle Stoneman, Kerri Thomas and Grace Clark. Kristi Burling (2) and Kristina O'Connell ensured that Hoddesdon Owls won 3-0 at Offley & Stopsley whilst Stevenage Ladies Res beat Colney Heath 4-2, Kierra Gabriel netting twice along with Bernice Corney and Jade Eaton. 
 
London & South East League
Fulham FC Foundation remain at the summit in the Premier Division following their 1-1 draw with Old Actonians. Carla Williams netted for Old Actonians while Megan Lovelock was on target for the leaders. Carshalton Athletic moved to within one point of top spot after winning 5-3 at London Corinthians, Laura Curtis and Alison Hall scoring twice along with Kayley Smith. Caroline Bisson hit a hat-trick and Bianca Walker the other as third placed AFC Wimbledon defeated Crawley Wasps 4-1. Shannon Redhouse was another hat-trick scorer, with Lucy Harrington also on the scoresheet for Maidstone Utd as they edged out Kikk Utd by the odd goal in seven. Laura Bolton and Fay Denyer gave Bexhill Utd a 2-0 victory at Hassocks and Catherine Hyland scored the only goal as Eastbourne Town won against Aylesford.
 
Camden Town continue to lead the way in Division One (London) after beating Crystal Palace Development 3-2 with goals from Carmel Clinton (2) and Eleftheria Taladianou. Brentford stayed second by winning 5-1 at Colne Valley with a goal apiece from Lucy Easton, Claire Richardson, Ashley Cheatley, Lisa Grant and Vicky James. Courtney Ward-Chambers (2), Zoe Cohen, Aimee Durn and Kayleigh Humphries ensured that Watford Development won 5-1 away to Tottenham Hotspur Development to go third, ahead of AFC Phoenix who went down 3-1 to Queen's Park Rangers Development. Battersea & Wandsworth came away from Hemel Hempstead with a 3-1 victory under their belts, given to them by a Sarah Sinkins brace and Alice Draycott. 
 
North East League
Premier Division leaders York City went down to their first defeat of the season, beaten 2-0 by Barnsley whose goals came from Rebecca Fevers and Rebecca Hale. Brighouse Town reduced their lead to one point after they also won 2-0 against Tynedale, Sonya Sweeney netting both. Steph Ord also bagged a brace for third placed Whitley Bay in their 2-0 success at Castleford White Rose. Hull City ran out 6-1 winners at Peterlee RA, Rebecca Beech netting a hat-trick along with Claire Goforth, Sophie Etherington and Zoe Mitchell, whilst Danielle Biglin grabbed the only goal of the game for Wakefield as they beat Scunthorpe & Bottesford.
 
The top two in the Northern Division both recorded victories, Boldon winning 2-1 at Redcar Town thanks to Alexandra Ross and Elizabeth Thompson-Clarke, whilst Gateshead Rutherford Ravens kept pace by beating Birtley St Josephs 4-1 thanks to a Kirsty Williams brace, Lynsey Wilkinson and Rachel Wilson. Hannah Smith had a good day for Blyth Town Lions, bagging all four goals in their 4-0 success away to Redcar Athletic, and Easingwold Town defeated Middlesbrough Lionesses 3-1 with one apiece from Bobby Barwick, Emma Cockerill and Hayley Maxwell. Michelle Stewart scored four times, with Amy Hately and Jenny Patterson the other markswomen for Lowick Utd in their 6-2 victory over Prudhoe Town.
 
Farsley AFC are the new leaders in the Southern Division, they won 1-0 away to Rovers Foundation Ladies to move ahead of Wetherby Athletic who drew 3-3 with Malet Lambert YC. Carla Green, Emily Smith and Ellie Tanner scored for Malet with Emma Guilder (2) and Rachel Carmichael replying. Westella & Willerby netted nine without reply past Ossett Albion, Natasha Linford hitting a hat-trick and Jade Thompson a brace with Amy Thompson, Lauren Holmes, Alice Clark and Amy Ward adding the others. Emma Otley and Danielle Harrison gave Sheffield Wednesday a 2-1 victory over Dearne & District whilst Doncaster Belles (Women's) and Courts City shared six goals. Demi Thomas scored a hat-trick for Courts while the Belles responded through Lauren Earle, Carla Whitehead and an own goal. 
 
North West League
Blackpool Wren Rovers made it three wins on the trot when beating Preston North End 5-0 and this keeps them on top of the Premier Division on goal difference from Blackburn Community who went one better on the day, scoring six times past Wigan Athletic. Crewe Alexandra are just behind in third following their 1-1 draw with Burnley Girls & Ladies. Blackpool won 5-1 at Birkenhead to go on to six points as did Bolton Wanderers with a 3-2 victory over Northwich Vixens.
 
Accrington Girls & Ladies defeated Carlisle Utd 4-0 to stay two points ahead in Division One North from Middleton Athletic, 9-2 winners over Leigh RMI, and Penrith AFC who beat Kendal Town 2-0. CMB Ladies edged out Stockport County Blues by the odd goal in seven whilst Bury Girls & Ladies netted eight without reply against Workington Reds.
 
In Division One South, Ellesmere Port Town won 4-0 at AFC Liverpool to take over top spot from Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res, who were beaten 3-2 by Woolton. Mersey Girls ran out 8-1 winners over Mossley Hill Res whilst Manchester Stingers opened up their campaign with a 1-0 success against Stockport County Res. 
 
South West League
Swindon Spitfires kept up their good start to the new season with a 2-0 win away to Bristol Ladies Union. Emma Skinner scored both goals, one in each half and both from free kicks. Gloucester City made sure of keeping pace with them by beating Frome Town 3-2. Carly Amos, Jodie Hennessy and Georgina Stevens all scored for Gloucester with Steph Isaacson and Devon Rich replying. Brislington and Torquay Utd battled out a 3-3 draw, Kim Maggs netting twice and Ann Marie Heatherson the other for Bris while the Gulls responded through a Laura Gough brace and Hayley Chamberlain. Downend Flyers meanwhile won 3-2 at Bridgwater Town thanks to Faye Slade (2) and Hayley Bullock, with Anusia Rourke on target twice for the home side.
 
Taunton Town's 1-1 draw with Forest Green Rovers Res keeps them on top of the Eastern Division, Ella Hewton scoring their goal with Karis Townsend replying. Ilminster Town opened up their season by beating Keynsham Town Res 2-0 and Bishop's Lydeard defeated Cheltenham Civil Service 4-0 with strikes from Holly Miller (2), Sophie Buck and Rosie Williams.
 
Marine Academy Plymouth have taken over as the new leaders of the Western Division after Sam Drewery's brace, Jade Bryan and Nicola Symons gave them a 4-2 win away to Charlestown. Previous table toppers AFC Plympton were beaten 3-2 by Callington Town, who also move above them into second place. Kat Marment netted twice for Callington as well as Gemma Farley. Katy Barker, Nicole Dawe and Bianca Lincoln all ensured that Illogan Ladies defeated Newquay Celtic 3-1 and Alphington triumphed 4-0 at Bude Town thanks to Kirsty Brown (2), Samantha Gray and Jodie Millett. Dobwalls and Launceston battled out a 3-3 draw, Sam Blake netting twice and Faye Hankinson the other for Dobwalls and Launceston replying through Chloe Williams (2) and Claire Charnock. 
 
Southern Region League
Maidenhead Utd kept themselves three points clear in the Premier Division with a 7-0 victory over Newbury Ladies, Olivia Buzaglo hitting a hat-trick along with a Lucy Smith brace, Tina Brett and Zoe Clifford. Rachel Anderson bagged a hat-trick with Lauren Little and an own goal completing the tally as Parley Sports edged out Basingstoke Town 5-4 and they are in second, just ahead of Fleetlands who defeated University of Portsmouth 6-0 thanks to Chloe Ranger's four-goal haul, Sabrina Morriss and Anthea Kaptein. Woodley Utd also made it two wins from two by beating Mansfield Road 7-1, Rachel Panting netting four times plus Ranai Bird, Laura Woodley and an own goal. Oxford City claimed their first win, 2-0 at Bracknell Town with goals from Danielle Anderson and Kiera Isaac.
 
Andover New Street are the new Division One pacesetters after Charlotte Hull's hat-trick, Nikki Barnes, Siobhan Haynes, Tammi Haynes, Claire Selway and Claire Ham gave them an 8-0 victory against New Forest. Rachael Waller was another hat-trick scorer as Milton Keynes City beat Banbury Utd 8-3, with Julianne Gadsby, Laura Geyton, Michelle Morrall, Kirsty Walker and Georgina Burns also on the scoresheet. They lie in second, ahead of Chesham Utd who won 3-1 at Fleet Town thanks to Dawne Campbell's hat-trick. Leanne Burns and Siobhaun Layne ensured that Stony Stratford Town defeated Ascot Utd 2-1 whilst Tower Hill and Southampton Women finished level at 1-1 with goals from Leanne Walker and Jen Turvey respectively. 
 
West Midlands League
B & WM Police defeated Kingshurst Sporting 3-0 to keep themselves on top of the Premier Division on goal difference from Allscott, who won 5-0 against Knowle. Leamington Lions ran out 6-1 winners away to Wrockwardine Wood and have climbed into third. Pelsall Villa won a goal packed game 8-4 against Wednesfield Town whilst Crusaders won 3-0 at Coventrians.
 
Bilbrook possess the last remaining 100% record in Division One North, they lead by two points after beating Wyrley Ladies 2-1. Burton Albion scored twelve times against Audley Ladies and move into second ahead of Walsall, 6-1 winners at Coseley Town, and Florence who edged out Lichfield Diamonds 3-2. Shrewsbury Juniors beat Cottage Farm Rangers 7-0 and Folly Lane also won for the first time, 6-1 against Kingshurst Sporting Res.
 
Three teams lead the way in Division One South, headed by Malvern Town who defeated Studley 6-0. Worcester Utd narrowly won 5-4 against Lye Town and Droitwich Spa complete the trio following their 3-1 victory over Wyre Forest Phoenix. Rubery Ladies ran up a total of fourteen against Redditch Utd whilst Marston Green and Solihull Ladies Res drew 2-2 and the game between Kenilworth Town and Coventry Development ended goalless.

 
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