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East Midlands League
Rise Park moved to within three points of the leadership as they won 3-2 away to Arnold Town, thanks to a Rhyiannea Anderson. Robyn Henton and Jasmin Bear scored twice along with Anna Horton and Courtney Walters for Notts County Development who won for the first time, 6-2 against Sandiacre Town. Clodagh Summers netted two and Natalie Aird the other for Grimsby Borough in their 3-3 draw with Gedling Town, for whom Demi-Leigh Crofts hit a hat-trick.
Winterton Rangers continue to power away at the top of Division One North with a large victory over Alfreton Town. Hayley Shaw was on target seven times, Kirsty Shaw and Stephanie Warner each adding a brace and Lindsey Hughes completed the tally. Laura Jones (2), Amy Kilgannon, Maisie Kirwan and Abigail Young were on the scoresheet as Sleaford Town won 5-1 at Lincoln Moorlands Railway to go second. Underwood Villa meanwhile beat West Bridgford 3-2 thanks to Beth Hunt, Paige Rogers and Siobhan McCormick.
One match was played in Division One South, Samantha Hargrave netting the only goal as Oadby & Wigston Dynamo won 1-0 at Rothwell Corinthians to take over the leadership.
Eastern Region League
Billericay Town edged into top spot in the Premier Division after drawing 3-3 with Leverstock Green. Frances Murphy, Steph Polleykett and an own goal accounted for Billericay's goals while Leverstock netted through a Giselle Randall brace and Nicola Hollick. Stevenage Ladies continued their movement up the table by winning 4-3 at Acle Ladies Donna McGuigan scoring twice along with Hannah Marshall and Alex North. Haringey Borough lifted themselves off the bottom by beating AFC Dunstable 3-2 with goals from Holly Hinshelwood, Stedrika Perkins and Marianne Sheena.
Bury Town have gone six points clear at the top of Division One North as they scored ten times past Ipswich Wanderers. Catherine Upton, Laura Brown, Hayley Turner and Gemma Carter all bagged doubles with Norma Locker and Lyndsie Duemmel also on target. AFC Sudbury won for the first time, Charlotte Churcham scoring the only goal against Norwich City Res.
Hoddesdon Owls are the new leaders of Division One South after beating Hutton 3-2. Kristi Burling, Laura Newby and Leah Dunnage scored the goals to take Hoddesdon top on goal difference from Stevenage Ladies Res who won 2-1 against previous leaders Southendian Ladies, thanks to Jade Eaton and Sherrie Evans. Abbie Simmonds netted the only goal as Little Thurrock Dynamos registered their first victory, 1-0 away to Sawbridgeworth Town.
London & South East League
A 4-0 victory away to Bexhill Utd has taken AFC Wimbledon level on points with leaders Fulham FC Foundation. Samantha Williams netted twice for the Dons along with Caroline Bisson and Libby Suchley. Katie Harding (2) and Natalie Bright scored the goals for Hassocks who picked up their first point from a 3-3 draw with Aylesford, whose replies came from a Samantha Kilroy-Downs brace and Bethany Hulme.
Camden Town have gone five points ahead in Division One (London) after Abbie Brandon, Mary Guest and Frankie Stone gave them a 3-2 victory over AFC Phoenix. Watford Development are now second after beating Hemel Hempstead 5-0, Kayleigh Humphries netting twice along with Emma Bebbington, Terri Harvey and Sofie Georgiou. Colne Valley follow on in third, they won 3-2 away to Crystal Palace Development thanks to Debbie Watson (2) and Natalie Spencer. Meanwhile the game between Regents Park Rangers and Tottenham Hotspur Development was abandoned with Regents Park leading 1-0 at the time.
North East League
Barnsley are in third place in the Premier Division following their 1-1 draw with Scunthorpe & Bottesford. Jenna Bramley netted their goal with Scunthorpe replying through Annie Ward. Wakefield joined the leading pack of clubs by beating Castleford White Rose 4-1.
Lynsey Wilkinson netted twice along with Jennifer Brennan and an own goal as Northern Division leaders Gateshead Rutherford Ravens defeated Redcar Athletic 4-0. Second placed Blyth Town Lions were narrow 4-3 victors at Easingwold Town, goals coming from Sarah Burn (2), Natasha Goodall and Hannah Smith, and Lowick Utd complete the top three after Jenny Patterson, Michelle Stewart, Kirstie Tang and Melanie Darling earned them a 4-0 success away to Redcar Town. Samantha Garcia's hat-trick spearheaded an 8-1 win for Prudhoe Town over Middlesbrough Lionesses, Jenna Green adding a brace along with Hope Lowdon, Lauren Cannell and Eleanor Oakenfold. Karli Nicholson was another hat-trick scorer for Birtley St Josephs in their 5-2 victory over Kader FC, Elisha Jones and Kristen Whitfield adding the others.
Westella & Willerby moved to within two points of the leadership in the Southern Division, winning 4-1 against Doncaster Belles (Women's) with doubles from Amy Ward and Amy Thompson. Ossett Albion and Rovers Foundation Ladies shared a 1-1 draw, Nicola Swift and Jenna McGee scoring respectively, whilst Ellie Tanser bagged a hat-trick along with Emily Smith and Lauren Watson for Malet Lambert YC as they won 5-0 at Dearne & District.
North West League
Blackburn Community are now further ahead after scoring seven without reply against Northwich Vixens, extending their lead to nine points in the process. City of Manchester are up into the top half following their 10-1 success against Preston North End, just ahead of Blackpool who leapfrogged Bolton Wanderers by beating them 3-1. Birkenhead meanwhile picked up their first point from a 2-2 draw against Wigan Athletic.
In Division One North, Workington Reds continue to improve and they shared a goalless draw with CMB Ladies, denying their opponents the chance to go level on points with leaders Middleton Athletic. Bury Girls & Ladies stormed to an 8-1 victory over Leigh RMI and Carlisle Utd defeated Kendal Town 3-1.
Manchester Stingers are a single point off the pace in Division One South after they won 3-0 away to AFC Urmston Meadowside. Winsford are also in the top three as they edged out Stockport County Res by the odd goal in nine.
South West League
Gloucester City's excellent start to the season was brought to a crashing halt as they were beaten 3-0 by Frome Town, for whom Kasey Evans netted twice and Devon Rich the other. Brislington meanwhile avenged their F.A.Women's Cup defeat to Downend Flyers by winning their league meeting 4-0, Ann Marie Heatherson hitting a brace with Emily Plummer and Georgia Vandries joining her on the scoresheet.
Bishop's Lydeard continue to look strong in the Eastern Division and extended their lead to six points with a 4-1 victory over Ilminster Town. Holly Miller led the scoring with a hat-trick and Dawna Dennett was also on target. Keynsham Town Res meanwhile picked up their first win, 2-1 against Cleeve West Town with Hari Sabic netting both goals.
Western Division leaders Marine Academy Plymouth ran out 7-0 winners over Newquay Celtic, Eden May and Georgie Talbot each scoring twice along with Kate Bowden, Jade Bryan and Nicola Symons. They lead by five points from AFC Plympton who drew 3-3 with Launceston, Sam Metters, Chelsea Robinson and Maisie Williams netting their goals in reply to a Chloe Williams hat-trick. Charlestown replaced Callington Town in third by beating them 4-3 with goals from Tori Marks (2), Amber Hadrill and Rhiannon Player. Lennon Lewis scored twice and Laura Hampton the other for Illogan Ladies in their 3-2 victory over Alphington whilst Bude Town won for the first time, 2-0 at Dobwalls thanks to Sarah Badham and Courtney Ward.
Southern Region League
Woodley Utd are the new leaders of the Premier Division after a late goal from Nicola Froud earned them a 1-0 win away to Basingstoke Town. Mansfield Road also won 1-0 against Bracknell Town, Amy Pipe's goal taking them up to third. Aldershot Town meanwhile claimed their first league victory of the season, 2-1 against University of Portsmouth courtesy of a brace from Lauren Steers.
Milton Keynes City made a swift return to the top of Division One as they ran out 4-1 winners away to Tower Hill. Rachael Waller was on target twice along with Georgina Burns and Roksana Karbownik. Previous leaders Chesham Utd were beaten for the first time, 2-1 by Andover New Street who replace them in second place after scoring through Tammi Haynes and Charlotte Hull. Alixandra Todd, Olivia Hazell, Stephanie Fettes and an own goal ensured that Ascot Utd defeated New Forest 4-1 and Stony Stratford Town went one better against Southampton Women, Siobhaun Layne netting four times and Vicky Holland the other in their 5-1 victory. Sarah Rhind and Abi Smith were on target as Banbury Utd shared a 2-2 draw with Marlow, who replied through a brace from Abi Canvin.
West Midlands League
B & WM Police maintained their eight point lead at the top of the Premier Division with a 4-0 victory away to Wednesfield Town. Leamington Lions meanwhile defeated Wednesfield Town 3-0 and head the chasing pack in second place. Knowle climbed into the top half on the back of a 1-0 success at Kingshurst Sporting Club and Coventrians registered their first point when battling out a 2-2 draw with Pelsall Villa.
In Division One North, Folly Lane won 2-0 at Cottage Farm Rangers to move to within three points of the leadership as did Lichfield Diamonds with a 3-2 victory over Florence. Kingshurst Sporting Res meanwhile won for the first time, 5-1 against Coseley Town.
Rubery Ladies have taken over at the top of Division One south following their 3-1 victory against Worcester Utd. Previous leaders Droitwich Spa went down to a 3-2 defeat at the hands of Marston Green who are up into third place. Lye Town follow on after they beat Wyre Forest Phoenix 3-0.
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