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East Midlands League
Premier Division leaders Eastwood Community were beaten 3-1 by Nettleham, Amy Compton, Tiffany Lunn and an own goal accounting for their goals. Ellistown meanwhile stepped up their challenge as a brace from Emma Moore gave them a 2-0 win away to Arnold Town. Rhyiannea Anderson bagged a hat-trick for Rise Park who stepped up their challenge by beating Gedling Town 3-0. Notts County Development defeated Long Eaton Utd 3-1 thanks to Anna Horton, Courtney Walters and Androulla Kokkinou and Sandiacre Town were also 3-1 winners away to Grimsby Borough, Kerry Keeling netting twice along with Georgina Eley.
Winterton Rangers made it six wins from six in Division One North by scoring seven times past West Bridgford. Lauren Crelling led the scoring with a hat-trick, the others coming from Kirsty Shaw (2), Claire Chappill and Kathryn Standerline. They stay six points in front of Sleaford Town who won 4-1 away to Teversal, Amy Kilgannon scoring twice along with Joanne Wilson and Kimberly Scurr. Paige Rogers and Rebecca Widdowson were on target as Underwood Villa maintained their 100% record by beating Lincoln Moorlands Railway 2-1. Amy Jones, Kate Pawlitta and Kelly Staples netted the goals for Mansfield Hosiery Mills in their 3-3 draw with Alfreton Town, who replied through Lyndsey Barnett, Abbey-Jay Roberts and Brigitte Warrender. Ruddington Village stormed to a 5-1 victory at Cleethorpes Town courtesy of braces from Faye Brown and Emma Fitzgerald, with Jenna Yates adding the other.
Burton Park Wanderers have gone five points clear at the top of Division One South after they defeated Rothwell Corinthians 4-0, thanks to a goal apiece from Louise Burgess, Jo Brandon, Kara Hindwood and Laura Beckett. Loughborough Students (2006) meanwhile belatedly started their campaign by sharing a goalless draw with Raunds Town, who moved into second place as a result.
Eastern Region League
Colchester Town head the Premier Division table by three points after a Stacey Roper double and Annie Hickey earned them a 3-0 win away to Haringey Borough. Previous leaders Billericay Town were beaten for the first time, 2-1 by Stevenage Ladies for whom Nicole Perschsky netted both goals. Lowestoft Town are ominously placed in third following another large win, 7-1 against AFC Dunstable in which Hannah Waters scored four times along with Natasha Thomas (2) and Paige Shorten. Stacey Turner grabbed the only goal of the game as Brentwood Town beat Great Shelford 1-0 whilst Acle Ladies and Barking drew 2-2, Francesca Lambert and Aishatu Haiby on target for Acle.
One match was played in Division One South, Royston Town battling out a 2-2 draw with Sawbridgeworth Town. Joanne Rutherford scored both goals for Royston, who are still unbeaten, while Sawbow's goals came via a double from Jackie Stott.
Division One North leaders Bury Town advanced through in the League Cup by defeating Hoddesdon Owls 4-2, Norma Locker scoring twice along with Hayley Turner and Gemma Carter. Georgia Holdaway hit a hat-trick and Helen Clifford the other for Southendian Ladies in their 4-1 victory over Colney Heath and Offley & Stopsley triumphed 3-2 at Stevanage Ladies Res thanks to Rachel Lewis, Charlene Moreton and Sheree Oliver. Sophie Jeffery and Laura Yarnington gave AFC Sudbury a 2-1 success at Little Thurrock Dynamos whilst Harriet Gregory and Jessica Wenn were on target for Norwich City Res in their 2-2 draw with Ipswich Wanderers, who responded through Tarnya McKew and Imaani Watson. Hutton and West Billericay also shared four goals, Lucy Hudson and Danni Jennings netting for Hutton with Michelle Stoneman and Emma Mackie on the scoresheet for West Billericay.
London & South East League
Fulham FC Foundation are back on top of the league after scoring nine times past Aylesford. Gemma Fraser led the scoring with a hat-trick, Verity Snow weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Charlotte Benson, Lizzie Laws, Joanna Loayza and Helen Ogle. AFC Wimbledon had started the day as leaders but were beaten 4-0 by Carshalton Athletic whose goals came from Georgie O'Halloran (2), Janaya Spiteri and Alison Hall. Kikk Utd moved into contention by beating London Corinthians 2-1, Sophie Muller and Elisabeth Redmond scoring, whilst unbeaten Old Actonians drew 1-1 with Crawley Wasps, Natasha Cree netting their goal with Bethany Kemp replying. Maidstone Utd are in sixth place but only three points off the top following their 2-1 win away to Bexhill Utd, earned by a Nicola Morris brace. Eastbourne Town meanwhile moved away from the bottom two by defeating Hassocks 3-0 with goals from Georgie Davis, Francesca O'Callaghan and Beth Richardson.
Camden Town are starting to open up a lead at the top of Division One (London) and are now six points clear after beating Battersea & Wandsworth 7-0. Kirsten Thompson hit a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Eleftheria Taladianou, Sara Mussell, Nicolle Houston and Alicia Bravo. Queen's Park Rangers Development's steady climb up the table continued with a 7-1 victory over Brentford, doubles from Kianni O'Garro and Asanteni Charles plus Chloe Sampson, Georgia Allen and Erin Pope goals took their side into second place, ahead of Watford Development who drew 1-1 with Tottenham Hotspur Development. Sofie Georgiou was on target for Watford with Tanvie Hans replying. Maria Freitas Mendonca and Jessica Hand netted the goals as AFC Phoenix won 2-1 away to Hemel Hempstead.
North East League
Things remain tight at the top of the Premier Division with Brighouse Town holding onto the leadership after beating York City 3-2, Chloe Roberts netting twice along with Rachael White. Holly Findlay scored the only goal of the game for Barnsley as they won 1-0 at Scunthorpe & Bottesford to stay second on goal difference, with Hull City one point behind following their 6-0 victory over Wakefield. Rebecca Beech and Sarah Owen each bagging braces with one apiece from Megan Render and Jo Symington. Hessle Town were 3-1 winners away to Peterlee RA and a Christine Murray goal gave Tynedale victory over Castleford White Rose.
Northern Division leaders Boldon opened up a three point advantage by winning 3-1 at Birtley St Josephs with goals from Allison Leach (2) and Kay Mills. Easingwold Town were 3-1 victors over Middlesbrough Lionesses thanks to Bobby Barwick, Emma Cockerill and Sophie Riley, whilst Redcar Town defeated Kader FC 4-0.
Amy Ward scored twice, with Chamaine Pinder and Rebekah Jones adding the others, as Westella & Willerby defeated Malet Lambert YC 4-1 to stay one point ahead in the Southern Division from Farsley AFC who won 2-0 against Dearne & District with goals from Helen Gresty and Bridie Fox. Third placed Courts City scored five without reply at Ossett Albion courtesy of Demi Thomas (2), Olivia Burton, Emily Butler and Katie Tanton, while strikes by Grace Adams, Debra Slater and Rianne Woodham gave Wetherby Athletic a 3-1 victory over Sheffield Wednesday. Rovers Foundation Ladies prevailed in their derby against Doncaster Belles (Women's), Gemma Harte netting the game's sole goal.
North West League
Blackpool Wren Rovers were unable to close the gap on leaders Blackburn Community as they lost their 100% record to a 5-4 defeat at home to Burnley Girls & Ladies, who are now just two points behind the second placed side. Inbetween are Crewe Alexandra who bounced back from defeat the previous week to win 5-2 at Birkenhead. Blackpool continue to occupy the mid-table position after they were also involved in a high scoring game, sharing a 4-4 draw with improving Wigan Athletic. It was a good day for Preston North End as they registered their first win of the campaign, 3-1 against Northwich Vixens to lift themselves off the bottom.
Penrith AFC scored six times without reply past Bury Girls & Ladies and have gone top of Division One North as a result. CMB Ladies are back in second place despite running out 4-0 winners away to Leigh RMI. Middleton Athletic meanwhile defeated Carlisle Utd 4-2 and are just one point adrift of the top two but Accrington Girls & Ladies lost a little ground as they were held to a 4-4 draw by Stockport County Blues. Kendal Town put a halt to the improving form of Workington Reds by beating them 4-1.
Division One South leaders Ellesmere Port Town were jolted by a 3-0 defeat at home to Mersey Girls, who recorded their first league victory following a succession of draws. Ellesmere Port hang on to top spot with their advantage reduced to a single point by Manchester Stingers who battled out a goalless draw with Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res. To complete a bad day for the top three, Winsford suffered a 1-0 reverse at the hands of Woolton. Stockport County Res won for the first time, 3-0 away to AFC Liverpool, and AFC Urmston Meadowside defeated Macclesfield Town 3-1.
South West League
Gloucester City now head the Premier Division by seven clear points following their 3-1 success away to Downend Flyers. Lucy Browning, Jodie Hennessey and Laura Meheran were all on target for City with Kylie Allen grabbing Downend's consolation. Swindon Spitfires defeated Frome Town 1-0, Hayley Huckin scoring the only goal to take her side back into second place. Truro City narrowly won 3-2 at Brislington, Sasha Sparkes netting twice and Roxanne Cook the other for Truro while Emily Plummer and Georgia Vandries replied for the home side.
Ilminster Town moved into second place in the Eastern Division, replacing Cheltenham Civil Service by beating them 2-0, completing a double over the Gloucestershire side in successive weeks in the process.
Marine Academy Plymouth maintained their six point advantage at the top of the Western Division with a 3-1 defeat of Alphington, Sam Drewery scoring a hat-trick. Charlestown hold on to second place after Amber Hadrill, Tori Marks and Jemma Peathyjohns gave them a 3-1 win at Dobwalls. Third placed AFC Plympton raced to a 10-1 victory over Newquay Celtic in which Sam Metters netted four times, Chelsea Robinson added a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Stacey Jeffery, Ellie Simpson and Lauren Boyle. Gemma Farley (2), Jodie Shipton and Paige Keenan ensured that Callington Town won 4-2 away to Illogan Ladies whilst Launceston beat Bude Town 2-0 with goals from Ellie Isaac and Chloe Williams.
Southern Region League
League leaders Maidenhead Utd are out of the League Cup after they were beaten 4-3 by Mansfield Road, for whom Kim Cowan, Rachel Mariam, Samantha Moore and Amy Pipe were on target. Fleetlands meanwhile came through a tricky tie away to Stony Stratford Town, Michele Niven and Anthea Kaptein giving them a 2-1 win. Tower Hill are also in the quarter finals after winning 4-3 at Fleet Town, Samantha Bevan-Talbot netting twice along with Emma Proctor and an own goal.
Bracknell Town are in third place in the Premier Division following their 5-2 victory away to Newbury Ladies, earned by a goal apiece from Joanne Atkins, Tina Leahy, Caroline Paterson, Samantha Tan and Holly Anderson. Parley Sports edged out Aldershot Town 5-4 thanks to a Laura Baker hat-trick, Kerry Shiers and Charlie Lanahan, whilst Oxford City netted nine without reply away to University of Portsmouth. Danielle Anderson was on target four times along with Jane Younger (2), Heather Young, Kiera Isaac and Leah McLennon.
Division One leaders Milton Keynes City were held to a 1-1 draw by Banbury Utd, Julianne Gadsby scoring their goal with Catherine Howse replying. Andover New Street defeated Southampton Women 2-0 to join the leading pack, Laura Gilbank and Claire Ham were on the scoresheet. Holly Cole and Aimee Burridge were on target for New Forest in their 2-2 draw with Marlow, who replied through Hannah Banyards and Abi Canvin.
West Midlands League
Premier Division leaders B & WM Police surrendered their first points of the season when they were held to a 0-0 draw by Wednesfield Town, who produced a fine display to end their opponents' seven match winning run. The Police have still extended their lead to nine points as second placed Leamington Lions were beaten 2-1 by Kingshurst Sporting Club. Knowle moved up to fifth with a 2-1 win away to Wrockwardine Wood whilst Crusaders netted five times without reply at Pelsall Villa.
In Division One North, Burton Albion defeated Florence 2-0 to remain top of the table on goal difference from Walsall, who were 8-1 winners over Lichfield Diamonds. Shrewsbury Juniors replaced Wyrley Ladies in third place after beating them 6-4. Bilbrook made sure of keeping in touch with the leading sides with a 3-2 victory against Folly Lane. Kinghurst Sporting Res won 5-1 at Audley Ladies to lift themselves up into mid-table as did Coseley Town with an 8-2 success against Cottage Farm Rangers.
Leaders Rubery Ladies did not play in Division One South and second placed Droitwich Spa were unable to take an opportunity to replace them as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Redditch Utd. Solihull Ladies Res meanwhile won 2-0 at Worcester Utd and are up into third, ahead of Marston Green who were beaten 3-2 by Kenilworth Town. Lye Town and Malvern Town also shared four goals in their meeting whilst Wyre Forest Phoenix ran out 7-0 winners over Studley.
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