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East Midlands League
Eastwood Community won 2-1 at Sandiacre Town to preserve their three point lead at the top of the Premier Division. Becca Carnelley and Chantelle Robinson scored the goals to keep their side ahead of Peterborough Northern Star who defeated Arnold Town 5-1.
Winterton Rangers extended their Division One North lead to six points by beating Ruddington Village 4-3. Sophie Birkett, Lindsey Hughes, Kirsty Shaw and Stephanie Warner were on the scoresheet for Winterton with Faye Brown hitting a hat-trick in reply. Gemma Charlton was on target seven times for Cleethorpes Town in their victory over Teversal. Gemma Hopking added a further five and there was one apiece from Sophie Burns and Sophie Madsen. West Bridgford meanwhile defeated Lincoln Moorlands Railway 2-1 thanks to Sophie Newlove and Asha Jani.
Burton Park Wanderers replaced Oadby & Wigston at the top of Division One South after beating them 3-0, courtesy of a Katie Steward brace and Brodie Betts. Karen Britchford and Tash Applegate were Raunds Town's markswomen in their 2-1 victory over Rothwell Corinthians.
Eastern Region League
Billericay Town held on to the Premier Division leadership despite being held to a 1-1 draw by Haringey Borough. Paris Smith netted Billericay's goal with Peter Jonea replying. Second placed Colchester Town also drew, 4-4 against Leverstock Green. Nicola Hollick (2), Natalie Burrows and Joanne Williams scored for Leverstock, with Colchester responding through a Georgia Box brace, Kira Fitzpatrick and Stacey Roper. Great Shelford were 4-2 winners at Barking whilst AFC Dunstable won for the first time, 3-1 against Acle Ladies thanks to a double from Tamara Bayne, with Julia Robathan joining her on the scoresheet.
In Division One North, goals from Molly Hall and Charlotte Pettman gave Ipswich Wanderers a narrow 2-1 victory over second placed Bar Hill.
One match was also played in Division One South, a win would have taken Stevenage Ladies Res top of the table but instead they were beaten 6-3 by Offley & Stopsley, for whom Emma Collins bagged a hat-trick along with a Holly Flynn brace and Rianne Townsend-Brown. Tayla Huckle scored a hat-trick in reply for Stevenage but still finished on the losing side.
London & South East League
The top of the table clash in the Premier Division went the way of AFC Wimbledon, who opened up an advantage of three points after beating previous leaders Fulham FC Foundation 2-1. Victoria Petrova netted both goals for the Dons, with Gemma Fraser replying. Old Actonians are now in second place following their 3-0 success away to Eastbourne Town, courtesy of a goal apiece from Natasha Cree, Sharon Odofin and Carla Williams. Victoria Taylor grabbed the only goal of the game as Kikk Utd won 1-0 against Bexhill Utd.
In Division One (London), Queen's Park Rangers Development lifted themselves up to third in the table after defeating Battersea & Wandsworth 4-1. Kianni O'Garro was on target twice for Rangers along with Georgia Allen and Alice Cato.
North East League
Hull City are in the top three following an 11-1 victory over Tynedale. Sarah Owen led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Rebecca Beech and Charlotte McNamara weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Sophie Etherington, Katie Thompson and Ellice Jackman. Whitley Bay stay level on points with Hull after beating Hessle Town 7-1 thanks to a Jess Hooper hat-trick, Ella Stevenson, Lisa Coleman, Steph Ord and Brooke Cochrane. Scunthorpe & Bottesford and Peterlee RA battled out a 1-1 draw with Sue Hunsley on target for Scunthorpe and Peterlee replying through Kerry Denham.
Boldon returned to the top of the Northern Division after Allison Leach, Beth Miller, Jade Murray, Jocelyn Raine and Ferya Wilson gave them a 5-2 victory over Easingwold Town. They lead on goal difference from Blyth Town Lions who defeated previous leaders Gateshead Rutherford Ravens 2-0 with goals from Sarah Burn and Hannah Smith. Birtley St Josephs edged out Prudhoe Town by the odd goal in seven, Karli Nicholson netting twice along with Kristen Whitfield and Kirsty Poulter. whilst a five-goal haul from Michelle Stewart spearheaded Lowick Utd's nine-goal victory over Birtley Town. Melanie Darling, Stephanie Hay, Kirstie Tang and Georgia Thompson were the other markswomen.
There was also a change of leadership in the Southern Division where Westella & Willerby returned to the summit after beating Ossett Albion 3-0, Natasha Linford scoring twice along with an own goal. Courts City and Malet Lambert YC fought out a 1-1 draw, Kayleigh James and Emily Smith were on target respectively. Danielle Harrison was on target for Sheffield Wednesday as they also drew 1-1 against Rovers Foundation Ladies, who replied through Jenna McGee.
North West League
Blackpool Wren Rovers inflicted a first defeat of the season on Crewe Alexandra, beating them 4-2 to move to within six points of Premier Division leaders Blackburn Community. City of Manchester complete the top three following their 2-1 victory over Birkenhead. Northwich Vixens and Wigan Athletic each picked up an important point as their meeting finished level at 3-3.
Things are getting congested at the head of the Division One North table which is now lead by CMB Ladies following their 5-2 success away to Kendal Town. In second place, on goal difference, are Penrith AFC after they defeated Middleton Athletic 3-2. Carlisle Utd won 4-3 against Leigh RMI to lift themselves into the top half whilst Workington Reds drew for the third match in a row, sharing six goals with Stockport County Blues.
Division One South table toppers Ellesmere Port Town battled out a 1-1 draw with Stockport County Res, a result which sees them double their lead to two points. In the other game, Macclesfield Town and Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res also finished level at 1-1.
South West League
Premier Division leaders Gloucester City returned to winning ways with a 5-2 victory over Bristol Ladies Union which stretches their advantage at the top to five points. Jodie Hennessey led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Laura Meheran and Yazmin Summers, with Cheryl Baber and Natalia Debek replying. Torquay Utd have gone second after beating Downend Flyers 4-2, Laura Gough hitting a hat-trick along with Hayley Chamberlain whilst Kate Michael and Faye Slade were on target for Downend. Danni Salt and Sasha Sparkes scored the goals as Truro City defeated Swindon Spitfires 2-1.
In the Eastern Division, Cheltenham Civil Service were unable to narrow the gap on leaders Bishop's Lydeard as they went down to a 2-1 defeat at home to Ilminster Town. Forest Green Rovers Res meanwhile were 2-1 winners over Cleeve West Town.
Stacey Derrick, Harriet Howell and Jaye Howlett scored the goals as Marine Academy Plymouth went six points clear in the Western Division by beating AFC Plympton 3-1. Charlestown crushed Newquay Celtic 8-1 to go second, just ahead of Callington Town who defeated Dobwalls 4-1 with goals from Sarah Winn (2), Gemma Farley and Imogen Cooper. Illogan Ladies pipped Bude Town by the odd goal in nine and Alphington ran out 4-1 winners over Launceston thanks to a Laura Burwood hat-trick and Jodie Millett.
Southern Region League
Maidenhead Utd made a rapid return to the top of the Premier Division after winning 4-1 away to Oxford City with Tina Brett, Lucy Smith, Natasha Thompson and Georgina Hill accounting for their goals. Michele Niven, Anthea Kaptein and Natalie Bavister were all on the scoresheet for Fleetlands as they went third by beating Parley Sports 3-2.
Chesham Utd went level on points with Division One leaders Milton Keynes City with a 1-0 win away to New Forest, Naomi Littler grabbing the only goal of the game. Fleet Town meanwhile defeated Southampton Women 2-0 thanks to a Joanne Harfield brace.
Andover New Street booked their place in the quarter finals of the League Cup by winning 6-0 against former winners Aldershot Town. Laura Gilbank was on target twice along with Tammi Haynes, Lydia Moulding, Samantha Vokes and Nikki Barnes. Also through are Milton Keynes City, 4-0 victors over Marlow with Julianne Gadsby, Laura Geyton, Mia Skaarup and an own goal seeing them home.
West Midlands League
The top two did not play in the Premier Division and this gave TNS Ladies an opportunity to catch up ground, which they duly did by scoring twelve times without reply against Pelsall Villa. Allscott meanwhile defeated Wrockwardine Wood 2-1 to keep themselves entrenched in the top four places.
Walsall have gone level on points with Division One North leaders Burton Albion after they beat Kingshurst Sporting Res 2-0. Wyrley Ladies meanwhile leapt up into third place with a 4-1 victory over Lichfield Diamonds.
Rubery Ladies continue to stretch the pace at the top of Division One South after they defeated Wyre Forest Phoenix 3-2. Droitwich Spa also won 3-2 against Worcester Utd to remain two points behind in second place. At the other end of the table, Redditch Utd are off the bottom after sharing a 2-2 draw with Solihull Ladies Res.
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