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East Midlands League
Peterborough Northern Star scored six times without reply away to Gedling Town to narrow the gap on leaders Eastwood Community to six points. Stephanie Pepper netted twice and there was one apiece from Jessica Forchica, Vicky Gallagher, Abigail Young and Chanade Henderson. Long Eaton Utd and Notts County Development meanwhile shared eight goals in their mid-table clash, Demi Croxall bagging a brace for Long Eaton along with Leah Kellogg and Laura Sears, while County replied through Courtney Walters (2), Androulla Kokkinou and Jessica Parker.
One match went ahead in Division One North, Cleethorpes Town running out 4-0 winners over second placed Sleaford Town. Gemma Charlton led the scoring with a hat-trick and Gemma Hopkin was also on target.
Loughborough Students (2006) leapfrogged Rothwell Corinthians in the Division One South table by beating them 3-0. Sarah Palmer hit a hat-trick to guide her side to a result which takes them out of the bottom two places.
Eastern Region League
Colchester Town have gone six points clear at the top of the Premier Division after winning 3-2 away to AFC Dunstable. Alex Shephard, Lauren Richardson and Stacey Roper all netted a goal apiece, with Danielle Carty hitting a double in reply.
The only other action came in the group stages of the League Plate, where Katie Vickers and Becky Scola both got on the scoresheet to earn Hoddesdon Owls a 2-1 victory at Little Thurrock Dynamos, whose consolation came from Taylor Parrish.
London & South East League
Premier Division leaders Fulham FC Foundation doubled their advantage to six points through a 3-1 success away to Bexhill Utd. Lizzie Laws netted twice along with Verity Snow, while Fay Denyer replied for the home side. The other game between Aylesford and Hassocks ended goalless, which gave Hassocks their second point of the campaign.
One match was played in Division One (London) and it saw Camden Town extend their lead to six points by defeating Queen's Park Rangers Development 3-0, courtesy of a goal apiece from Eleni Savva, Frankie Stone and Eleftheria Taladianou.
North East League
The Premier Division table has been recalculated following the withdrawal of Peterlee RA during the holiday break. York City regained top spot on Sunday with a narrow 3-2 success against Hessle Town in which Sara Renfrew, Alicia Smith and Jasmine Whitwell all scored.
In the Northern Division, Blyth Town Lions moved to within two points of leaders Boldon by winning 4-1 away Birtley St Josephs. Hannah Smith was on target twice for Blyth along with Megan Mullarkey and Hannah Travis. Sophie Cox and Claire Campbell netted the goals for Kader FC in their 2-2 draw with Prudhoe Town, who replied through Kelly Loughhead and Eleanor Oakenfold.
Westella & Willerby have moved even further clear at the top of the Southern Division after beating Rovers Foundation Ladies 2-1. Rebekah Jones and Lauren Holmes scored the goals which have taken their side fourteen points clear.
North West League
All matches in the Premier Division were postponed on Sunday but there was action in the north west, where Division One North table toppers Penrith AFC ran out 3-0 winners away to Workington Reds. Evie Tomkin, Hannah Coulthard and Nat Broad were the markswomen who lengthened Penrith's lead to ten points.
In Division One South, second placed Stockport County Res defeated Mersey Girls 5-1 to close the gap on leaders Manchester Stingers to two points, as did Ellesmere Port Town with a 4-2 win at AFC Urmston Meadowside.
South West League
The bad weather in the region decimated the scheduled fixture list on Sunday with all games in the Premier and Eastern Divisions being wiped out but three matches did go ahead in the Western Division.
Marine Academy Plymouth are three points ahead once again after a goal apiece from Kate Bowden, Jade Bryan and Sam Drewery earned them a 3-1 victory away to Newquay Celtic. Second placed Charlestown went down to a 3-1 defeat at Callington Town, who are now just two points behind them. Kat Marment, Jodie Shipton and Sam Veal were all on target for Callington, with Isabel Semple replying. AFC Plympton follow on after strikes from Stacey Gill (2), Sam Metters and Chelsea Robinson gave them a 4-2 win against Launceston.
Southern Region League
League leaders Maidenhead Utd are out of the Chairman's Cup after they were beaten 3-2 by Basingstoke Town, for whom Justine Mosley scored twice along with Samantha Mosley. Also through to the quarter finals are Southampton Women who won 3-2 against higher division Aldershot Town.
In the Premier Division, Woodley Utd's 100% record came to a crashing end as they went down to a 5-0 reverse at Parley Sports. Charlie Lanahan netted twice for Parley, who are now up to third, with one apiece from Janie Morgan, Kerry Shiers and Keely Smith.
New Forest picked up an important victory in Division One when Sianell White scored the only goal of the game late on at Marlow. Fleet Town meanwhile defeated Stony Stratford Town 2-0 thanks to strikes from Elizabeth Farrant and Rae Roberts.
West Midlands League
All of the Premier Division matches were called off on Sunday but there was plenty of action in Division One North, where Burton Albion narrowed the gap on leaders Walsall with a 4-1 victory over Wyrley Ladies. Folly Lane meanwhile remain in third after sharing a 4-4 draw with Shrewsbury Juniors. Kingshurst Sporting Res were 4-2 winners away to Lichfield Diamonds whilst Bilbrook, who have several games in hand on the teams above them, scored ten times without reply against Coseley Town.
It was a good day for Lye Town in Division One South as they took over at the top of the table on goal difference by beating previous leaders Droitwich Spa Belles 2-1. Kenilworth Town meanwhile made sure of keeping in touch with the leading sides, thanks to a 5-0 success away to Wyre Forest Phoenix, but Marston Green lost ground as they were beaten 1-0 by Worcester Utd.
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