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East Midlands League
Eastwood Community are continuing to set the pace in the Premier Division and their 4-0 victory away to Arnold Town has taken them nine points clear. Becca Carnelley netted a goal in each half for the leaders and the other strikes came from Chantelle Robinson and Jodie Ellis. Peterborough Northern Star meanwhile went down to their first defeat of the season, beaten 3-2 by Long Eaton Utd for whom Laura Sears (2) and Lucie Johnstone were on target. Nettleham continue to climb their way up the table and are in second place following a 4-0 win against Gedling Town, Holly Newman scoring twice along with Amy Compton and Leanne Woodhead.
Sleaford Town are in second place in Division One North after they shared a 5-5 draw with Cleethorpes Town. Abigail Young bagged a brace for Sleaford along with Patrycjawadzka, Joanne Wilson and Ashlyn Mester. Gemma Charlton and Rebecca Dent each netted doubles for Cleethorpes, whose other came from Ruth Ashton. Faye Brown was on target six times for Ruddington Village in their crushing 12-1 victory over Lincoln Moorlands Railway. Abbey Gimson weighed in with two and the tally was completed by Tara Butler, Holly Brindley, Georgie Tindle and an own goal.
Oadby & Wigston Dynamo have gone four points clear in Division One South following their 2-1 win over Raunds Town. Lotti Christie, Abigail Jewkes and Paris Kiernan were on the scoresheet as Loughborough Students (2006) won for the first time, 3-2 against Kettering Town.
Eastern Region League
Colchester Town are back on top of the league once again after sharing a 3-3 draw with third placed Great Shelford, who scored through Becky Charter, Sophie Hopkins and Alison Wright. AFC Dunstable and Brentwood Town meanwhile shared four goals, Danielle Carty and Charlotte South were on target for Dunstable with Brentwood replying through Danielle Butler and Sarah Clark.
Division One North leaders Bury Town were beaten for the second time this season, 1-0 by second placed Bar Hill for whom Katie Sims netted the only goal of the game. Emma Squirrell scored twice and Charlene Roach the other as AFC Sudbury defeated Ipswich Wanderers 3-0.
There was also a change of leadership in Division One South where Southendian Ladies replaced Hoddesdon Owls by beating them 6-4. Helen Clifford, Elisha Turner-Powell, Nikhol Chapman, Tracy Rodd, Rebecca Dalgarno and Rhianne Cunningham all netted a goal apiece for Southendian. Third placed Stevenage Ladies Res lost a little ground as they were defeated 1-0 by Royston Town whose goal came from Joanne Rutherford. Offley & Stopsley follow on after winning 5-2 away to West Billericay and Little Thurrock Dynamos beat Sawbridgeworth Town 2-1 thanks to Georgia Fraser and Abbie Simmonds. Lucy Hancock and Faith Trounce were on target for Colney Heath as they drew 2-2 with Hutton, who replied through a Leeanne Cox double.
London & South East League
Old Actonians could not quite get the result they needed to take over top spot in the Premier Division as they battled out a goalless draw with Maidstone Utd, meaning they trail Fulham FC Foundation by a point. Carshalton Athletic are third after sharing a 1-1 scoreline with Kikk Utd, goals coming from Laura Curtis and Sophie Le Marchand respectively.
Camden Town maintained their lead of nine points in Division One (London) after running out 4-1 winners away to Queen's Park Rangers Development. Eleni Savva netted two of the goals with one apiece from Rosie Neilson and Frankie Stone. Francesca Prangley spearheaded second placed Colne Valley's 7-1 victory over Hemel Hempstead with a hat-trick, Tiff Skinner adding a brace with Natalie Spencer and Louise Staples completing the scoring. Just behind are AFC Phoenix who defeated Regents Park Rangers 3-1 courtesy of Christy Haragan (2) and Katharine Mamy. Dana Johnson scored twice and Lucy Gibson the other for Brentford in their 3-1 success away to Crystal Palace Development.
North East League
League leaders Barnsley were held to a goalless draw by Peterlee RA but now head the table by two points from Hull City who scored eight times without reply past Castleford White Rose. Rebecca Beech and Emma Westmorland each netted twice along with Sophie Etherington, Claire Goforth, Jo Symington and Sarah Owen. Brighouse Town were beaten for the first time, 3-2 by Wakefield who scored through a Danielle Biglin double and an own goal. Nicola Brown and Alicia Smith gave York City a 2-1 victory over Whitley Bay and Emma McIntosh was on target for Tynedale in their 1-1 draw with Scunthorpe & Bottesford, Sue Hunsley replying to take her side off the bottom of the table.
Blyth Town Lions now lead the Northern Division on goal difference after scoring eleven times past Birtley Town. Hannah Smith bagged a six-goal haul, Sarah Burn contributed a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Megan Mullarkey and Hannah Travis. Boldon are in second despite winning 4-0 against Birtley St Josephs thanks to Kay Mills (2), Allison Leach and Nicole O'Hara. Lynsey Wilkinson scored for third placed Gateshead Rutherford Ravens as they drew 1-1 with Prudhoe Town, who replied through Catherine Johnson, whilst Lisa Byrne and Lauren Johnson gave Middlesbrough Lionesses a 2-1 victory over Redcar Town.
Westella & Willerby maintained their Southern Division lead with an 8-0 success away to Dearne & District. Natasha Linford netted four times along with Amy Thompson (2), Amy Ward and Chamaine Pinder. Farsley AFC stay hard on their heels after Jennifer Halligan scored the only goal of the game against Courts City. Wetherby Athletic meanwhile defeated Doncaster Belles (Women's) 6-0 to remain in third. Rovers Foundation Ladies were 3-1 victors over Sheffield Wednesday and Malet Lambert YC won 4-2 at Ossett Albion with goals from Ellie Tanser (2), Natalie Gray and Carla Green.
North West League
Blackburn Community made it nine wins out of nine when scoring nine against Northwich Vixens. Blackpool Wren Rovers defeated City of Manchester 5-2 to keep themselves in second place, ahead of Crewe Alexandra who won 4-0 away to Blackpool. Wigan Athletic and Burnley Girls & Ladies shared four goals whilst Birkenhead battled out a 1-1 draw with Preston North End.
Penrith AFC have taken over at the top of Division One North after they won 1-0 away to Carlisle Utd whilst previous leaders CMB Ladies went down 2-1 at home to Middleton Athletic. Accrington Girls & Ladies made sure of keeping in touch with the leaders by beating Workington Reds 10-3. Kendal Town defeated Leigh RMI 7-1 whilst Stockport County Blues climbed into mid-table with a 3-0 win against Bury Girls & Ladies.
Manchester Stingers are keeping up the pace in Division One South, stretching their lead to five points with a 4-1 victory over Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res. Second placed Ellesmere Port Town were beaten 3-2 by Stockport County Res and they are a single point in front of Winsford who edged out AFC Urmston Meadowside by the odd goal in five. Mersey Girls made it three wins on the trot when defeating Macclesfield Town 7-1 and Woolton beat AFC Liverpool 2-1.
South West League
With leaders Gloucester City having their game postponed, Truro City took the opportunity to cut their advantage to six points with a 3-2 win away to Bridgwater Town. Sasha Sparkes was the hero for Truro as she hit a hat-trick, with Anusia Rourke and Rosie Williams replying for the home side. Frome Town meanwhile completed their second victory over Bristol Ladies Union in successive weeks, this time Alison Bryant and Rebecca Yeo earning them a 2-0 success.
Bishop's Lydeard power on at the top of the Eastern Division after beating Poole Town 4-1. Rosie Williams netted twice along with Sophie Buck and Emily Crook to end the Dorset side's unbeaten record. Second placed Ilminster Town remain seven points behind following their 5-0 victory over Forest Green Rovers Res, courtesy of a goal apiece from Jenny Frost, Emma Jennings, Megan Purchase, Tia Shoemark and Samantha Caddy.
One match was played in the Western Division, goals from Lisa Hegarty, Jess Longworth and Annie Richards giving Newquay Celtic a 3-0 win against Dobwalls.
Southern Region League
Maidenhead Utd have gone three points clear in the Premier Division after they defeated Bracknell Town 6-1. Claire Haskett and Anthea Kaptein earned Fleetlands a 2-1 win at Mansfield Road which leaves them in fourth, narrowly ahead of Parley Sports who beat University of Portsmouth 5-4, Laura Baker bagging a four-goal haul with Kerry Shiers adding the other. Newbury Ladies won for the first time, 8-1 against Aldershot Town with Leanne Creese hitting a hat-trick. Rebecca Walker added a brace and there was one apiece from Kendall Gilmour, Ellemore Reed and Gemma Burnett.
Milton Keynes City took over at the top of Division One, courtesy of a 4-1 victory over Fleet Town in which Rachael Waller scored a hat-trick along with Sabrina Kidouch. Previous leaders Andover New Street went down 1-0 at Stony Stratford Town, Siobhaun Layne netting the only goal of the game, and Chesham Utd were also beaten, 1-0 by Banbury Utd who scored through Lacey Walton. An Abi Canvin hat-trick gave Marlow a 3-2 win against Ascot Utd and New Forest ran out 4-0 victors away to Southampton Women thanks to Sheree Bell-Jack (2), Rhiannon Jones and Sianell White.
West Midlands League
Runaway leaders B & WM Police now head the Premier Division by a whopping twelve points after beating Allscott 3-0. TNS Ladies kept up their 100% record with a 2-1 success at Kingshurst Sporting Club who at least managed to become the first side to score against them in the league this season. Crusaders defeated Wednesfield Town 4-1 and Wrockwardine Wood were 2-0 winners away to Coventrians.
Walsall doubled their lead at the top of Division One North to six points with a 2-0 victory over Wyrley Ladies. Shrewsbury Juniors climbed above Wyrley into third place after beating Audley Ladies by the odd goal in five.
Droitwich Spa narrowed the gap on Division One South leaders Rubery Ladies to a single point by beating Solihull Ladies Res 5-2. Wyre Forest Phoenix meanwhile lifted themselves into mid-table with a 2-1 win against Worcester Utd.
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