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East Midlands League
Eastwood Community completed a good week for themselves on Sunday, following up a victory in midweek by winning 4-1 away to Notts County Development. Becca Carnelley scored twice along with Leanne Branson and Katie Prendergast to lift Eastwood up into second place in the table.
Winterton Rangers made it three wins out of three at the top of Division One North after they defeated Sleaford Town 6-4. Stephanie Warner and Kirsty Shaw each bagged doubles, with Lindsey Hughes and Kathryn Standerling also getting on the scoresheet for Winterton who lead the way by two points from Mansfield Hosiery Mills, 6-0 winners over Cleethorpes Town thanks to Amy Jones (2), Emma Butler, Tiffany Musgrove and Emma Spencer.
No matches were played in Division One South on Sunday.
Eastern Region League
In the only match played in the Premier Division, Stevenage Ladies lifted themselves off the bottom of the table with a 3-1 victory over Acle Ladies. Player manager Josie North netted twice for Stevenage and Donna McGuigan added the other, with Jenna Thurtle replying.
Bury Town are the new leaders of Division One North after goals from Gemma Carter and Hayley Turner earned them a 2-1 win away to AFC Sudbury.
There was also a change of leadership in Division One South, Hoddesdon Owls going top via a 6-1 success at Hutton. Kristi Burling and Kristina O'Connell were on target twice for the Owls with the others coming from Daniela Martucci and Daisy Jenkins. Hoddesdon lead on goal difference from Stevenage Ladies Res, who edged out Little Thurrock Dynamos by the odd goal in nine courtesy of Jade Finch (2), Jade Eaton, Tayla Huckle and Beth Page.
London & South East League
The only action in the league on Sunday was in Division One (London), where Camden Town made a swift return to top spot with a 4-1 victory over Watford Development. Chloe Commins netted twice for Camden along with Jodie Bradshaw and Abbie Brandon. Anna Badham, Gabriella Romeo and Lydia Tobin were the markswomen for AFC Phoenix in their 3-1 win at Crystal Palace Development, which takes them into the top half. Regents Park Rangers meanwhile defeated Queen's Park Rangers Development 4-2 thanks to a Julia Carruthers brace, Laura Cruz and Alexandra Joannides.
North East League
Wakefield moved themselves up the Premier Division table by winning 5-1 away to Hessle Town. Danielle Biglin, Sam Hallam, Danielle Middleton, Dee Parker and an own goal took Wakefield into fourth place, just ahead of Barnsley who also won handsomely on Sunday, 4-0 against Castleford White Rose with a goal each from Rebecca Fevers, Rebecca Hale, Mia Standeven and Jessica Wheatman.
In the Northern Division, Gateshead Rutherford Ravens climbed into second, level on points with leaders Boldon, after late goals from Rachael Smales and Jennifer Brennan gave them a 2-0 victory over Easingwold Town. Redcar Town and Redcar Athletic battled out a 1-1 draw in their local derby, Beth Enderwick netting for Town and Amy Guy on target for Athletic to double their points tally for the season.
Leanne Baggley scored twice and Laura Lane the other as Courts City notched up a narrow 3-2 win against Doncaster Belles (Women's) in the Southern Division. Rovers Foundation Ladies meanwhile completed a double over Dearne & District in successive weeks, this time beating them 4-0 with goals from Caitlin Tranter (2), Tara Fisher and Rachael Mullen.
North West League
Blackburn Community's excellent start to the season is showing no signs of slowing down and they recorded their fifth straight win, 1-0 against Preston North End to extend their Premier Division lead to six points. At the other end of the table, Wigan Athletic edged out third placed Bolton Wanderers to register their first points of the season.
In the only match played in Division One North, Stockport County Blues moved themselves out of the bottom two places when scoring six without reply away to Leigh RMI.
Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res were unable to take an opportunity to take over the leadership of Division One (South) when they were beaten 3-1 by AFC Urmston Meadowside, who picked up their first points in the process. AFC Liverpool won 4-2 against Macclesfield Town and are up into third place, just ahead of Winsford who went down to a 3-2 defeat at the hands of Manchester Stingers.
South West League
Gloucester City have taken over at the top of the Premier Division following a 1-0 win away to Brislington on Sunday, Laura Meheran scoring the only goal of the game.
There are also new leaders in the Eastern Division, Bishop's Lydeard climbing to the summit on the back of a 4-1 victory at Cleeve West Town. Holly Miller was on target twice along with Sophie Buck and Sarah Pearce, Katie Stanton replying for the home side. Cheltenham Civil Service meanwhile ran out 5-0 winners over Keynsham Town Res and are up into third place, Gemma Riley scoring a hat-trick along with Debra Harris and Sammie Gifford.
A goal apiece from Kate Bowden, Sam Drewery, Harriet Howell, Eden May, Claire Squires and Nicola Symons saw Marine Academy Plymouth to a 6-3 success at Illogan Ladies which keeps them three points clear at the top of the Western Division. Callington Town have gone second after beating Bude Town 6-0, Kat Marment netting twice along with Gemma Farley, Georgina Reed, Sam Veale and Kayleigh Dawe. AFC Plympton stayed in touch with the leaders with a 3-2 win at Dobwalls thanks to a Sam Metters double and Danielle Moody. Tori Marks was on target five times as Charlestown stormed to a 9-1 victory over Alphington, Rhiannon Player adding two with Amber Hadrill and Isabel Semple completing the tally. Launceston continued their improving form by beating Newquay Celtic 6-1, Eleanor Isaac hitting a hat-trick with Chloe Williams (2) and Sarah Faulkner netting the others.
Southern Region League
Mansfield Town moved up the Premier Division table after scoring six times without reply against University of Portsmouth. Laura Allsop and Amy Pipe each scored twice along with Cecile Deer and Rachel Mariam. Bracknell Town meanwhile picked up their first win of the season, 3-2 away to previously unbeaten Fleetlands.
Milton Keynes City are the new table toppers in Division One following their 3-1 victory over Andover New Street. Rachael Waller, Michelle Morrall and Julianne Gadsby were on the scoresheet for City who lead the way on goals scored from Chesham Utd, who also won 3-1 away to Southampton Women thanks to a goal apiece from Anna Imrie, Naomi Littler and Charlie Casey.
West Midlands League
B & WM Police continue to set a hot pace at the top of the Premier Division, going six points clear after recording a thirteen goal victory away to Wednesfield Town. Pelsall Villa and Knowle meanwhile battled out a 2-2 draw which leaves both teams occupying the mid-table positions.
In the only match played in Division One North, Florence and Coseley Town each edged themselves into the top half of the table after sharing four goals in their meeting.
Droitwich Spa have ascended to the top of Division One South with a 5-1 victory away to Wyre Forest Phoenix. Previous leaders Worcester Utd went down to a 2-0 defeat at Marston Green who lift themselves into fourth in the process, just behind Rubery Ladies who were 3-1 winners over Solihull Ladies Res.
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