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East Midlands League
Peterborough Northern Star defeated Sandiacre Town 2-1 in the only all-Premier Division tie in the League Cup First Round, goals coming from Jodie Bartle and Jade Ramm. Long Eaton Utd were narrow 2-1 winners over Mansfield Hosiery Mills, Emily Dainty and Shannon Ryan scoring, whilst Jodie Ellis (2) and Monica Bowley gave Eastwood Community a 3-0 success at Rothwell Corinthians. Rise Park triumphed 4-1 over Ruddington Village thanks to Rhyiannea Anderson's hat-trick and Lana York and Jenny Lorimer was another hat-trick scorer for Arnold Town as they beat Loughborough Students (2006) 5-2, Toni Anholm adding the other two. Nettleham netted seven without reply past West Bridgford, Zuzana Pramukova scoring three and Jennifer Purnell a brace, with Kirsty Salzell and Sammy Wiggan completing the tally. Joanne Ross hit a hat-trick along with Rebecca Boath, Leanne Lowden, Nicole Tinto and Victoria Burroughs as Corby S & L also won 7-0 against Alfreton Town whilst Lincoln Moorlands Railway were 4-1 victors over Teversal courtesy of Lauren Churcher (2), Naomi Johnson and Tara Capon. Laura Beckett's double earned Burton Park Wanderers a 2-1 victory over AFC Trinity and Raunds Town were 5-2 winners at Kettering Town, their markswomen were Tash Applegate (2), Donna Norman, Abigail Lawman and Leah-Louise Stacey.
Eastern Region League
After their top of the table clash ended 1-1 on Wednesday night, Colchester Town made sure of keeping the leadership of the Premier Division as Cassandra Craddock and Rosi Webb gave them a 2-1 victory over Barking. Billericay Town stay one point behind after winning 5-0 at AFC Dunstable, Paris Smith scoring twice along with Hayley Spallin, Katie Whitehead and Holly Darling. Lowestoft Town kept up their good start by beating Stevenage Ladies 10-2 and Brentwood Town are also unbeaten after Danielle Butler netted both goals in their 2-1 success at Acle Ladies. Joanne Williams scored twice, with Nicola Hollick and Lucy Tape adding the others, as Leverstock Green won 4-1 away to Great Shelford.
Bury Town have a three point lead in Division One North after beating Ipswich Wanderers 3-2 with goals from Katie Shorter, Kate McGreavy and Norma Locker. Bar Hill meanwhile won for the first time, 3-0 against Norwich City Res thanks to an Eleanor Sims brace and Hayley Stevens.
Despite goals from Helen Clifford and Nikhol Chapman, Division One South table toppers Southendian Ladies were held to a 2-2 draw by Offley & Stopsley who replied through Rachel Lewis and Sheree Oliver. They head the table by a point from West Billericay, beaten 2-1 by Sawbridgeworth Town whose strikes came from Hannah Fowler and Chloe MacDonald, and Stevenage Ladies Res, 3-2 winners at Hoddesdon Owls thanks to Bernice Corney (2) and Jade Eaton. Laura Allen, Lucy Hudson and an own goal earned Hutton a 3-1 victory over Colney Heath whilst Little Thurrock Dynamos and Royston Town battled out a goalless draw.
London & South East League
Carshalton Athletic have taken over at the top of the Premier Division after scoring eleven times without reply past Hassocks. Laura Curtis bagged a five-goal haul, Kayley Smith and Georgie O'Halloran each added braces and there was one apiece from Ella Bale and Danielle Davies. Previous leaders Fulham FC Foundation were beaten 1-0 by Maidstone Utd, Nicola Morris scoring the only goal of the game. Emily Hart, Katherine Long, Claire Williams and an own goal gave London Corinthians a 4-0 victory away to Aylesford which takes them third, ahead of AFC Wimbledon who were beaten 3-0 by Old Actonians, for whom Natasha Cree, Sharon Odofin and Carla Williams all scored. Crawley Wasps defeated Eastbourne Town 4-2 with strikes from Rebecca Carter (2), Toni Smith and Natalie Stephenson whilst Kikk Utd ran out 4-1 winners at Bexhill Utd with a goal each by Danielle Griffiths, Sophie Le Marchand, Tara O'Halloran and Marsha Mijnhijmer.
There was also a change of leadership in Division One (London) where Brentford climbed to the top following a six-goal victory over Regents Park Rangers. Ashley Cheatley hit a hat-trick for the Queen Bees, Claire Richardson added two and Lucy Easton was also on target. Watford Development are a point off the pace after Sian Fiskin, Courtnay Ward-Chambers, Perri Driscoll and Sofie Georgiou gave them a 4-0 win against Crystal Palace Development. Queen's Park Rangers Development follow on after beating Hemel Hempstead 6-2, just ahead of Colne Valley who were 6-3 winners over Battersea & Wandsworth thanks to Natalie Spencer (2), Debbie Watson (2), Donna Janssen and an own goal. Tottenham Hotspur Development meanwhile moved above AFC Phoenix in mid-table after beating them 3-2.
North East League
York City made a swift return to winning ways and stay two points ahead after two Alicia Smith goals gave them a 2-1 success away to Whitley Bay. Brighouse Town remain close at hand in second place after beating Scunthorpe & Bottesford 4-0, Ange Cooper scoring twice along with Kayleigh Bamforth and Amy Hesselden. Rebecca Beech was on target four times, Jo Symington added a brace and Zoe Mitchell was also on target as Hull City defeated Castleford White Rose 7-0 to go third. Hessle Town netted six without reply past Tynedale, Ellie McKenzie hitting a hat-trick as well as Emily Rymchuk (2) and Grace Leonard, whilst Peterlee RA won for the first time, 2-1 against previously unbeaten Wakefield thanks to Emma Foster and Jade Ridley.
The top of the table clash in the Northern Division went the way of Boldon who defeated Gateshead Rutherford Ravens 6-3 to open up a lead of three points. Beth Miller and Elizabeth Thompson-Clarke each scored twice with Alex Ross and Jade Murray adding the others. Blyth Town Lions have moved into second after Rebecca Henry, Megan Mullarkey and Hannah Smith gave them a 3-0 victory over Kader FC. Michelle Stewart hit a hat-trick along with Laura Rowan, Melanie Darling and Amy O'Neill as Lowick Utd ran out 6-0 winners over Birtley St Josephs. Emily Fewster, Roseanna Gardner and Ellie Turner ensured that Redcar Town won 3-1 at Birtley Town whilst Prudhoe Town and Middlesbrough Lionesses finished level at 3-3. Lauren Cannell, Kelly Loughhead and Samantha Garcia netted for Prudhoe with Emma Robinson (2) and Ebony Housam replying.
Farsley AFC power on at the top of the Southern Division after winning 6-1 away to Wetherby Athletic. Katherine Paul-Bird scored two of Farsley's goals and she was joined on the scoresheet by Demi Godson, Clare Parker, Helen Gresty and Bridie Fox. Rebekah Walker, Natasha Linford and Amy Ward netted the goals for Westella & Willerby who beat Malet Lambert YC 3-1 to go second. Sheffield Wednesday complete the top three following their 2-1 success over Courts City in which Natalie Ledger and Emma Otley were on the mark. Amie McKone, Rachael Mullen and Kat Stirland all scored twice for Rovers Foundation Ladies in their 6-0 victory over Dearne & District whilst Ossett Albion and Doncaster Belles (Women's) battled out a 3-3 draw, Nicola Swift bagging a hat-trick for Ossett.
North West League
Blackburn Community took the chance to go three points ahead at the top of the Premier Division after running out 7-3 winners away to Birkenhead. Bolton Wanderers meanwhile scored six without reply past Preston North End to go into third place. Burnley Girls & Ladies are in the top half following their 4-2 victory over Northwich Vixens whilst City of Manchester defeated Wigan Athletic 2-1.
There are also new leaders in Division One North with Middleton Athletic going top after beating Workington Reds 9-0. They lead on goal difference from Penrith AFC, who won 4-0 away to Leigh RMI, with previous table toppers Accrington Girls & Ladies now in third after going down to their first defeat of the season, 4-2 at the hands of CMB Ladies who continued their good start. Bury Girls & Ladies maintained their improved form by defeating Carlisle Utd 3-1, moving into the top half in the process, while Kendal Town got themselves off the mark following three defeats with a 2-0 success at Stockport County Blues.
Ellesmere Port Town continue to set the pace in Division One South, thanks to a 3-0 victory over AFC Urmston Meadowside. Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res remain a single point behind in second place following a 7-1 defeat of AFC Liverpool. Winsford edged out Manchester Stingers by the odd goal in seven to lift themselves in top three, just ahead of Mersey Girls who battled out a 2-2 draw with Stockport County Res. The other game also saw the points shared as Macclesfield Town and Woolton finished level at 1-1.
South West League
Swindon Spitfires made it three wins out of three and opened up a lead of two points as they defeated Downend Flyers 2-0, thanks to second half goals from Suze Berry and Katie Wadey. Their two nearest rivals, Torquay Utd and Gloucester City, meanwhile fought out a 3-3 draw which keeps both teams unbeaten. Laura Gough scored twice and Gabby Trays the other for Torquay, with Laura Meheran, Laura Stephens and Ashleigh Watson on target for Gloucester who remain in second place. Brislington meanwhile claimed their first league win of the season, 3-2 away to Bridgwater Town thanks to Ann Marie Heatherson, Kim Maggs and Emily Plummer while Naomi Marable and Anusia Rourke replied for the home side. Truro City and Bristol Ladies Union shared four goals, on the scoresheet for Union were Toni Blenkinsopp and Joanna Miller.
Hannah Thompson and Sarah Gregory netted the goals as Taunton Town held on to the leadership of the Eastern Division with a 2-1 success at Cleeve West Town, whose consolation came from Mollie Stevens. Bishop's Lydeard moved up to second by beating Keynsham Town Res 4-0, courtesy of a Holly Miller hat-trick and Sophie Hart. Poole Town won 3-0 against Ilminster Town with goals from Rebecca Miles, Faye Hawkins and Chloe Newton, whilst newly promoted Cheltenham Civil Service claimed their first victory, 2-0 against Forest Green Rovers Res.
Western Division leaders Marine Academy Plymouth defeated Dobwalls 2-0 with goals from Sam Drewery and Kate Bowden. Their lead is now three points from AFC Plympton, who are second following a 5-5 draw against Charlestown. Lauren Boyle (2), Sam Metters, Danielle Moody and Chelsea Robinson all netted for Plympton while Charlestown replied through Lauren Bennett, Amber Hadrill, Lauren Hoskin, Tori Marks and Lucy Rothero. Callington Town meanwhile lost for the first time, 2-1 at Alphington for whom Kirsty Brown netted both goals. Lisa Butterly, Jess Longworth, Annie Richards and Helen Stubbs ensured that Newquay Celtic beat Bude Town 4-1 and Launceston won 3-0 against Illogan Ladies thanks to a Chloe Williams brace and Grace Liddicoat.
Southern Region League
Woodley Utd went level on points with Premier Division leaders Maidenhead Utd with a 9-1 win away to Bracknell Town. Ranai Bird and Laura Woodley each bagged braces and they were joined on the scoresheet by Joanne Walsh-Perks, Jess Grimmett, Sarah Davern, Rachel Panting and Nicola Froud. Mansfield Road meanwhile won for the first time, 3-1 against Aldershot Town thanks to Kim Cowan, Amy Pipe and an own goal.
In the League Cup, Maidenhead swept to a six-goal victory away to Southampton Women, Tina Brett hitting a hat-trick along with Olivia Buzaglo (2) and Lucy Smith. Anthea Kaptein scored a hat-trick and Sabrina Morriss the other two as Fleetlands won 5-0 at Ascot Utd. Oxford City defeated Newbury Ladies 2-0, courtesy of Sulie Turner and Megan Mitchell, whilst Basingstoke Town ran out 6-1 victors at Parley Sports with Tracy Jones, Josette Pearmine and Lindsey Beverley all bagging doubles. Laura Gilbank scored the only goal as Andover New Street beat New Forest 1-0, while Milton Keynes City needed extra time before emerging as 4-3 winners away to Banbury Utd thanks to Julianne Gadsby (2), Rachael Waller and Laura Geyton. Siobhaun Layne netted twice with Ashleigh Heltham and Keeley Moxon adding the others as Stony Stratford Town recorded a 4-1 victory over Chesham Utd.
West Midlands League
A 5-1 win away to Knowle keeps B & WM Police at the top of the Premier Division, but this time with a three point advantage over Allscott who crashed to a nine goal defeat at the hands of third placed Leamington Lions. TNS Ladies went four better with a thirteen goal haul at the expense of Wednesfield Town and Kingshurst Sporting completed a high scoring day in the division by beating Coventrians 7-3.
Burton Albion are the new table toppers in Division One North after running out 7-1 winners over previous leaders Bilbrook. Shrewsbury Juniors defeated Florence and are now in second place, just ahead of Wyrley Ladies who were 1-0 winners over Kingshurst Sporting Res. Lichfield Diamonds and Folly Lane battled out a 2-2 draw whilst Audley Ladies and Coseley Town also finished level at 1-1.
The top of the table clash in Division One South was won by Worcester Utd, who beat Malvern Town 2-1 to depose them as leaders. A win may well have taken Droitwich Spa top but they remain third after going down 4-2 at home to Kenilworth Town. Wyre Forest Phoenix and Rubery Ladies shared a 1-1 draw whilst Marston Green won for the first time, 7-1 away to Studley. Lye Town also got themselves off the mark by beating Coventry Development 2-1.
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