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 Women's Football News 12 Dec 2014
East Midlands League
Eastwood Community battled out a goalless draw with Peterborough Northern Star and saw their lead trimmed to seven points as the three teams immediately below them all recorded victories. These are led by Nettleham who defeated Notts County Development 2-0 whilst Ellistown recorded their sixth straight win, 5-0 against Arnold Town with goals from Sam Clarke, Dingley, Becky Matlock, Jess Waldrum and Jamie-Leigh Smith. Rise Park kept up their challenge by beating Gedling Town 3-1, courtesy of a Rhyiannea Anderson hat-trick. Natalie Loughenbury was on target for Sandiacre Town in their 1-1 draw with Grimsby Borough, who scored through Jayde Sleight.
Winterton Rangers kept up their winning ways in Division One North by scoring eight without reply past Lincoln Moorlands Railway. This stretches their lead to eleven points over second placed Sleaford Town who shared six goals with West Bridgford. Amy Kilgannon bagged a hat-trick for Sleaford with Annabel Lyons (2) and Ellie Griffiths replying. Bethany Wilcockson netted all four as Teversal ran out 4-1 winners over Alfreton Town to register their first points of the season.
Helen Busby and Alicia Peel scored the goals as Oadby & Wigston Dynamo beat Rothwell Corinthians 2-0 to preserve their four point lead in Division One South from Burton Park Wanderers, 7-0 winners over Loughborough Students (2006). Cassie Steward bagged herself a six-goal haul with Mikaela Welford adding the other. Kettering Town won 3-2 away to Raunds Town thanks to a Briony Cox brace and Laura Dawson. 
Eastern Region League
Billericay Town moved through to the last eight of the League Cup after two Holly Darling goals gave them a 2-1 win away to Leverstock Green. Great Shelford were 6-4 extra time victors over Brentwood Town whilst Royston Town beat Southendian Ladies 2-1 thanks to Grace Leslie and Hannah Mardell.
Offley & Stopsley progressed in the League Plate via a 2-1 success at Bar Hill in which Holly Flynn scored both goals. Lucy Hancock and Holly Sheridan earned Colney Heath a 2-1 victory over Little Thurrock Dynamos and West Billericay were 3-1 winners over Sawbridgeworth Town with strikes from Grace Clark (2) and Aimee Pooley.
In the only match played in the Premier Division, Barking and Stevenage Borough battled out a 2-2 draw, Donna McGuigan and Nicole Perschsky scoring for Stevenage.
Hutton continued their improvement in form in Division One South with an 8-2 victory away to Stevenage Ladies Res which takes them into fifth place. Lucy Hudson led the scoring with a four-goal haul and there was one each from Laura Allen, Leeanne Cox, Katie Lowen and Ebony Moore. 
London & South East League
AFC Wimbledon narrowed the gap on league leaders Fulham FC Foundation to three points by winning 6-3 away to Aylesford. Caroline Bisson hit a hat-trick for the Dons along with Rebecca Sargent (2) and Kelly-Jade Whelan. Old Actonians are a further point adrift in third after Natasha Cree, Sharon Odofin and Carla Williams gave them a 3-1 victory over Kikk Utd. Maidstone Utd also won 3-1 against Hassocks and a solitary strike from Suzanne Davies earned Crawley Wasps the points in a 1-0 win over Bexhill Utd.
Division One (London) table toppers Camden Town went down to a second successive defeat, beaten 4-3 by Watford Development who scored through Aimee Durn (2), Terri Harvey and Courtney Ward-Chambers. Colne Valley reduced their lead to six points by winning 6-1 at Brentford with doubles from Francesca Prangley, Tiff Skinner and Debbie Watson. Anna Badham netted four times and Christy Haragan a hat-trick as AFC Phoenix defeated Crystal Palace Development 9-2, Tanya Barnard also getting on the scoresheet, Amy Bradley and Dionne Manning gave Tottenham Hotspur Development a 2-1 victory away to Hemel Hempstead and Regents Park Rangers also won 2-1 against Battersea & Wandsworth thanks to Laura Cruz and Ellie Hughes. 
North East League
York City doubled their Premier Division lead to two points with a 6-3 victory over Wakefield in which Megan Bramham and Alicia Smith each netted twice along with Nicola Brown and Sara Renfrew. Barnsley moved into second by beating Tynedale 7-2, Jenna Bramley and Holly Findlay each hitting hat-tricks and Rebecca Hale adding the other. Brighouse Town made sure of keeping up their challenge as a Rachael White brace and Claire Needham earned them a 3-0 success at Hessle Town. Scunthorpe & Bottesford recorded their first victory of the season, 2-1 over Peterlee RA with goals from Amanda Cook and Annie Ward.
The top two in the Northern Division swapped places once again on Sunday with Boldon returning to the summit via a 3-0 victory over Prudhoe Town, Elizabeth Thompson-Clarke scoring twice and Beth Miller the other. Blyth Town Lions meanwhile lost their 100% record when, despite a Hannah Smith goal, they were held to a 1-1 draw by Redcar Town for whom Gabrielle Wordsworth scored. Birtley St Josephs ran out 7-0 winners over Easingwold Town with Robyn Stubbs (2), Megan Clark, Caitlin Hindmarsh, Karli Nicholson, Sinead Ord and Charlotte Brown on target. Zara Johnson grabbed the only goal of the game as Kader FC won 1-0 against Middlesbrough Lionesses.
Westella & Willerby extended their Southern Division lead to ten points as they edged out Courts City by the odd goal in seven, courtesy of a Natasha Linford hat-trick and Amy Thompson. Second placed Farsley AFC were on the receiving end of a 4-3 scoreline as they went down to Ossett Albion, for whom Kimberly Nallon hit a hat-trick and Rachel Powch the other. Debra Slater was another hat-trick scorer, Rianne Woodham added a brace and Martyna Petrova completed the tally as Wetherby Athletic kept in touch by scoring six without reply past Dearne & District. Caitlin Dooley netted the only goal as Doncaster Belles (Women's) beat Rovers Foundation Ladies 1-0 and Malet Lambert YC were 3-0 winners over Sheffield Wednesday thanks to Alex Bearshaw, Natalie Gray and Ellie Tanser. 
North West League
Crewe Alexandra were unable to make up significant ground on the top two in the Premier Division as they were held to a 1-1 draw by mid-table Bolton Wanderers. There were plenty of goals on offer in the other top flight game, City of Manchester and Burnley Girls & Ladies finishing level at 4-4.
Penrith AFC have gone seven points clear at the top of Division One North after scoring seven times without reply against Leigh RMI. Stockport County Blues meanwhile ran out 5-0 winners away to Kendal Town, lifting themselves up into fourth place in the process.
In Division One South, Manchester Stingers kept up their good run with a 4-2 victory over previously unbeaten Mersey Girls which takes them five points clear. Stockport County Res are in second following their 8-0 win against Macclesfield Town. AFC Urmston Meadowside shot up to fourth with a 2-0 success at AFC Liverpool and Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res picked up an important 3-1 victory against Winsford. 
South West League
Lucy Bounsall and Sasha Sparkes scored the goals as Truro City notched up a 2-1 win away to Frome Town, who replied through Alison Bryant. Truro move into second above Brislington who were beaten 4-3 by Torquay Utd. Louisa Stentiford-Crook netted twice along with Vicki Fannon and Laura Gough, with Brislington replying through Ann Marie Heatherson, Emily Plummer and Georgia Vandries. Downend Flyers notched up a 4-0 victory over Bridgwater Town thanks to a Kate Michael brace, Faye Slade and Jess Werrett.
Bishop's Lydeard moved themselves into a strong position in the Eastern Division with a 4-0 victory over second placed Ilminster Town. Rosie Williams scored twice with Dawna Dennett and Holly Miller joining her on the scoresheet to take her side seven points clear. Poole Town made sure of remaining in touch by beating Cheltenham Civil Service 5-1, Chloe Newton hitting a hat-trick and Rebecca Miles a brace with Gemma Riley replying. Keynsham Town Res made it three wins on the trot with a 4-1 success away to Cleeve West Town. Olivera Markovic scored a hat-trick along with Abi Winnett, Sarah Robson netting Cleeve's consolation.
In the Eastern Division, Callington Town caught up ground on the top two as Gemma Farley (2) and Kat Marment gave them a 3-0 victory away to Bude Town. Stacey Jeffery and Sam Metters were on target for AFC Plympton as they drew 2-2 with Dobwalls, who replied through Aoife Aherne and an own goal. 
Southern Region League
Andover New Street booked their place in the semi finals of the League Cup with a 2-1 win away to Bracknell Town. Nikki Barnes and Claire Ham netted their goals, with Caroline Paterson replying.
Meanwhile in the Chairman's Cup, Catherine Howse scored twice and Zoe Boote the other to see Banbury Utd progress via a 3-0 success at New Forest.
Oxford City and Mansfield Road remain level on points after their meeting ended in a 1-1 draw, Danielle Anderson scoring for Oxford. The other top division game also finished level, Newbury Ladies and Basingstoke Town sharing four goals. Rebecca Walker and Ellernore Reed were on target for Newbury, with Basingstoke responding through Samantha Mosley and Tracy Jones.
Chesham Utd moved to within two points of the leadership in Division One with a 5-2 victory over Tower Hill in which Gemma Fraser bagged a hat-trick along with Paula Lambert and Anna Imrie. Hannah Evans (2) and Lucie Kroutliova gave Ascot Utd a 3-1 win against Fleet Town which takes them up to fourth, just ahead of Marlow who beat Stony Stratford Town 5-1 through an Abi Canvin hat-trick and Hannah Banyards double. 
West Midlands League
B & WM Police scored five without reply against Crusaders to further extend their lead to thirteen points over The New Saints, who were on F.A.Women's Cup duty. Crusaders have been replaced in third by Kingshurst Sporting Clubł who were 5-3 winners at Allscott. Knowle came away from Leamington Lions with a 2-1 victory under their belts whilst Wrockwardine Wood also won 2-1 against Wednesfield Town.
The top of the table clash in Division One North went the way of Walsall, who defeated Burton Albion 3-2 to open up a lead of six points on their rivals. Wyrley Ladies were unable to take an opportunity to go second as they crashed to a 4-1 reverse at Folly Lane. Florence follow on after beating Kingshurst Sporting Res by the only goal of the game and Coseley Town lifted themselves into mid-table by beating Shrewsbury Juniors 3-1.
Droitwich Spa stretched their Division One South lead to five points as they won 2-0 against Coventry Development whilst second placed Rubery Ladies were beaten 2-0 by Marston Green. Kenilworth Town notched up an 8-1 victory over Worcester Utd to stay in touch with the leading sides as did Malvern Town with a 4-1 success away to Solihull Ladies Res.

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