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East Midlands League
Eastwood Community have gone six points clear at the top of the Premier Division after beating Gedling Town 2-0, Chantelle Robinson scoring both goals. Courtney Walters netted twice along with Androulla Kokkinou, Holly Steeples, Robyn Henton and Emma Bradshaw as Notts County Development defeated Grimsby Borough 6-0 to lift themselves into mid-table. Long Eaton Utd ran out 7-1 winners away to Arnold Town, spearheaded by a hat-trick from Demi Croxall with Jenna Bunting, Kimberly Evans, Carly Hayes and Laura Sears adding the others.
In Division One North, Cleethorpes Town became the first team to take points off leaders Winterton Rangers this season when they held them to a 2-2 draw. Gemma Hopkin and Alyssa Fussey scored for Cleethorpes with Alex McNeive and Kathryn Standerline replying. Underwood Villa have four wins from four games and are up to second, seven points behind Winterton, after beating Sleaford Town 2-1. An own goal separated the sides as West Bridgford won 1-0 against Teversal whilst Alfreton Town and Lincoln Moorlands Railway shared a 1-1 draw, Sara Gingell and Lucy Wingad scoring respectively.
A 5-2 win away to Kettering Town has taken Oadby & Wigston Dynamo to the top of Division One South, ahead of Burton Park Wanderers who were on F.A.Women's Cup duty. Helen Busby led the scoring with a hat-trick while Samantha Hargrave and Nikki Lidgett were also on target. Tash Applegate was on the scoresheet for Raunds Town as they battled out a 1-1 draw with fellow unbeaten side Bedworth Utd, who replied through Eleanor Chapman.
Eastern Region League
Billericay Town are the new leaders of the Premier Division after goals from Hayley Spallin, Katie Whitehead and Sophie Whiting gave them a 3-1 victory over AFC Dunstable. Sophie Hopkins bagged herself a five-goal haul for Great Shelford as they stormed to a 7-2 win away to Haringey Borough, Becky Charter and Becky Taylor joining her on the scoresheet. Natalie Burrows, Nicola Hollick, Giselle Randall and Joanne Williams accounted for the goals as Leverstock Green defeated Stevenage Ladies 4-1.
One match was played in Division One North and it saw leaders Bury Town beaten for the first time this season, going down 3-1 to AFC Sudbury whose goals came from Charlene Roach (2) and Natalie Golding.
Hoddesdon Owls have a two point lead at the top of Division One South after winning 6-0 away to Stevenage Ladies Res, Daniela Martucci netting twice along with Becky Scola, Kristina O'Connell, Charley Handley and Kristi Burling. Elisha Turner, Helen Clifford, Chelsey Sherwin, Georgia Holdaway and an own goal earned Southendian Ladies a 5-1 victory over Hutton which takes them into second. Colney Heath meanwhile won for the first time, 4-0 against Offley & Stopsley thanks to Amber Charlton, Kirsty Feasley, Molly Slade and Sammy May.
In the Second Round of the League Cup, Royston Town progressed via a penalty shootout after sharing a 1-1 draw with Bar Hill, Rebekah Fisk netting their goal with Eleanor Sims replying.
London & South East League
Verity Snow grabbed the only goal of the game as Fulham FC Foundation beat Kikk Utd to extend their Premier Division lead to two points. Old Actonians are in second place after they defeated Crawley Wasps 4-2, Sharon Odofin netting twice along with Carla Williams and Shadia Edwards-Dashti. Beth Hulme and Samantha Kilroy-Downs earned Aylesford a 2-1 victory over Maidstone Utd whilst Bexhill Utd beat Hassocks 3-1 thanks to Kiera Chapman (2) and Laura Bolton.
Camden Town continue to stretch their Division One (London) lead and are now nine points clear after winning 4-1 away to Crystal Palace Development. Alicia Bravo netted twice for Camden along with Rosie Neilson and Lowri Williams. Watford Development are third following an extraordinary 6-6 draw with Brentford. Emma Bebbington and Courtney Ward-Chambers each netted twice for Watford along with Zoe Cohen and Sofie Georgiou, while Brentford replied with a four-goal haul from Ashley Cheatley, Sophie Lee and Claire Richardson. Lucy Uttley (2) and Jade King gave Colne Valley a 3-0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur Development. AFC Phoenix defeated Regents Park Rangers 2-1 with goals from Tanya Barnard and Catherine Ennis, while Battersea & Wandsworth won 3-2 against Hemel Hempstead thanks to Roxanne Ellis, Zerlina Klu and Chloe Newman.
North East League
Barnsley raced to the top of the Premier Division with a 7-0 victory over York City, their seventh victory in a row. Rebecca Hale netted twice along with Rebecca Fevers, Holly Findlay, Abby Parkin, Jenna Bramley and Hollie Perrin. Wakefield meanwhile defeated Hessle Town 5-2 thanks to Danielle Biglin (2), Katie Hawkshaw, Danielle Middleton and Nicola Robinson.
Sarah Burn and Hannah Smith scored the goals as Blyth Town Lions beat Prudhoe Town 2-0 to go level on points with Northern Division leaders Boldon. Lowick Utd are three points behind after a 3-1 victory over Middlesbrough Lionesses. Gateshead Rutherford Ravens lost a little ground as they were beaten 2-1 by Kader FC for whom Rebecca Degnen and Zara Johnson were on target. Birtley St Josephs emerged as 2-0 winners from the local derby with Birtley Town, Karli Nicholson and Kristen Whitfield netting the goals, which Redcar Town defeated Easingwold Town 6-3 with goals from Beth Enderwick (2), Emily Fewster (2), Gabrielle Wordsworth and Sophie Close.
In the Southern Division, top against bottom followed the form book as Westella & Willerby accounted for Dearne & District 5-0 to leave the visitors still seeking their first point. Natasha Linford (2), Amy Ward, Rebekah Jones and Charmaine Pinder all netted for Westella. Farsley AFC are a single point behind in second place after beating Courts City 5-0, Demi Godson netting twice along with Helen Gresty, Kat Bird and Kerri-Lee Mennell. Debra Slater bagged a brace and Rebecca Furey the other as Wetherby Athletic won 3-1 at Rovers Foundation Ladies, who replied through Caitlin Tranter. Doncaster Belles (Women's) climbed above Ossett Albion after beating them 6-1, secured by Amy Booth's four-goal haul and a double from Leanne Cantrell.
North West League
Blackburn Community took full advantage of their nearest rivals' Cup commitments to further extend their lead at the top of the Premier Division with a 3-1 victory over Bolton Wanderers. Blackpool meanwhile raised their position to fourth by winning 5-1 away to City of Manchester. Northwich Vixens ran out 7-2 winners over Birkenhead whilst Preston North End went level on points with Wigan Athletic after beating them 5-2.
The top two remain neck and neck at the summit in Division One North after both recorded victories on Sunday. CMB Ladies notched up a 5-2 success away to Middleton Athletic to hold on to the leadership on goal difference from Penrith AFC who defeated Carlisle Utd 3-2. Kendal Town won 4-2 at Leigh RMI to lift themselves into the top half of the table, climbing above two teams including Bury Girls & Ladies who battled out a 3-3 draw with Stockport County Blues.
There was a change of leaders in Division One South with Manchester Stingers taking over at the top in style, following an 8-1 victory over Macclesfield Town. AFC Urmston Meadowside won 2-0 away to Stockport County Res and head a clutch of clubs chasing after the top two, which also includes AFC Liverpool who beat Winsford 7-1. Mersey Girls are continuing to climb the table following their second successive win, 8-1 against Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res.
South West League
Premier Division leaders Gloucester City were hit by a 5-1 defeat at home by Brislington, who have lifted themselves into the top three. Zoe Gunter was on target twice along with Harriet Gillard, Ann Marie Heatherson and Emily Plummer while City's consolation came from Laura Meheran. New Bristol Ladies Union manager Cheryl Baber took charge of the side for the first time away to Frome Town and they found themselves four goals behind at half time, before tightening up after the break. Alison Bryant, Kim Cheffey, Kasey Evans and Rebecca Yeo all scored a goal apiece in the 4-0 victory for Frome.
Bishop's Lydeard continue to stretch the pace in the Eastern Division and are seven points clear following their 5-2 win against Forest Green Rovers Res, Holly Miller and Rosie Williams each netting twice with Dawna Dennett adding the other. Second placed Ilminster Town were held to a 2-2 draw by Taunton Town, Sarah Roxburgh and an own goal on target for Ilminster with Laura Currie and Hannah Forse replying.
Sam Drewery bagged both goals as Western Division leaders Marine Academy Plymouth won 2-0 away to Alphington. They remain six points clear from Charlestown who defeated Dobwalls 5-2, courtesy of a goal each from Amber Hadrill, Lauren Hoskin, Tori Marks, Kelly Semmens and Isabel Semple. Kat Marment was on target four times for Callington Town in their 6-3 victory over Illogan Ladies, Grace O'Leary and Rohana Shaharudin completing their tally. Launceston ran out 5-2 winners at Bude Town, Chloe Williams hitting a hat-trick along with Claire Charnock and Ellie Isaac.
Southern Region League
The top two did not play in the league on Sunday and this enabled Bracknell Town to move to within two points of them with an 8-1 victory over Aldershot Town. Holly Anderson had a great day in front of goal as she netted five times in total with Caroline Paterson, Joanne Atkins and Caroline Shepherd joining her on the scoresheet. Lindsey Beverley scored both goals as Basingstoke Town won 2-1 away to Mansfield Road and University of Portsmouth were 5-0 winners over Newbury Ladies, Lauren Stansfield bagging a brace along with Rebecca Deacon, Sarah Stubbs and an own goal.
In Division One, Ascot Utd are up into fourth after beating Southampton Women 2-0, Alice Hyde giving them the lead and Lucie Kroutliova adding the second. Elizabeth Farrant, Joanne Harfield and Taylor Newcombe were all on target for Fleet Town in their 3-0 victory over Marlow. Bianca Luttman scored the goal for Stony Stratford Town as they drew 1-1 with Banbury Utd, who replied through Catherine Howse.
West Midlands League
B & WM Police made it eight wins from nine games with a 5-2 success against Wrockwardine Wood, which keeps them nine points in front of Leamington Lions who won 3-2 away to Knowle. Kingshurst Sporting Club netted nine times without reply against Pelsall Villa to move themselves up into fourth place. The two teams at the foot of the table met each other and the honours were shared as Coventrians and Wednesfield Town fought out a 3-3 draw.
Walsall have assumed the leadership of Division One North following their 8-0 victory over Shrewsbury Juniors put them three points ahead of Burton Albion, who were on F.A.Women's Cup duty. Wyrley Ladies are a further point adrift in third after scoring twelve without reply past Cottage Farm Rangers. Folly Lane leapt up the table by beating Kingshurst Sporting Res 1-0. Florence were 6-3 winners over Coseley Town whilst Audley Ladies celebrated their first victory of the season, 4-0 against Lichfield Diamonds.
Rubery Ladies defeated Droitwich Spa 3-1 to maintain their lead of three points at the top of Division One South from Solihull Ladies Res, who won 1-0 against Coventry Development. Lye Town made sure of keeping in touch with the leading sides as they also recorded a 1-0 victory at Marston Green. Worcester Utd were a third team to win by the only goal, at the expense of Studley. There were plenty more goals on offer at Malvern Town where the home team beat Wyre Forest Phoenix 4-2 whilst Kenilworth Town recorded a 6-1 victory away to Redditch Utd.
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