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East Midlands League
One game went ahead in the Premier Division on Sunday, Long Eaton Utd moving up into fifth place in the table after Demi Croxall, Alena Moulton and Joanne Campbell gave them a 3-1 victory over Gedling Town.
In Division One South, Bedworth Utd cemented themselves in third place by defeating Kettering Town 7-5. Kirsty Farnsworth led the scoring with a four-goal haul and Bedworth's other markswomen were Lydia Hackney, Jodi Hunter and Shanice Walsh, while Kettering replied through a Nicola Hardwick hat-trick, Rebecca Welsh and Simone Cook.
Eastern Region League
Lowestoft Town maintained their winning run on Sunday and it has now taken them into the semi finals of the League Cup. Zoe Cossey and Natasha Thomas each scored twice as Lowestoft won 6-3 away to Billericay Town, Anna Larkins and Paige Shorten adding the others with Lisa Robins, Joanne Dunne and Katie Whitehead replying.
One match took place in the Premier Division, Leverstock Green leapfrogging above Brentwood Town into fifth place by beating them 2-1, thanks to Nicola Hollick and an own goal.
Division One North leaders Bury Town dipped to a 2-1 defeat away to Ipswich Wanderers, for whom Kimberley Rex and Jessy Whurr were on target. Bury, who scored through Laura Brown, have seen their lead trimmed to six points by Wanderers and second placed AFC Sudbury, 3-2 winners over Norwich City Res thanks to Sophie Jeffery, Sophie Pink and Laura Yarmington.
Royston Town can still have a big say in the Division One South title race if they can win their games in hand and they kept themselves on course via a 4-2 victory away to Sawbridgeworth Town. Amie Jones, Joanne Rutherford, Rebekah Fisk and Ashleigh Tuck all netted for Royston with Kelly Holesworth and Chloe Pledger on target for the home side. West Billericay meanwhile defeated Stevenage Ladies Res 5-2 thanks to a double from Grace Clark as well as Emma Mackie, Katy Judd and Michaela Standing.
London & South East League
There was a surprise for second placed Colne Valley in Division One (London) as they went down to a 2-1 defeat at home to Crystal Palace Development, who scored through Shedean Dyer and Brooke Hills. In the other game to be played, Roxanne Ellis and Sarah Sinkins netted the goals as Battersea & Wandsworth won 2-1 away to Tottenham Hotspur Development.
North East League
In the solitary match to be played in the Northern Division, Natasha Johnstone bagged a brace and Kelly Loughhead added the other goal as Prudhoe Town won 3-1 away to Easingwold Town, whose consolation came from Bobby Barwick.
Doncaster Belles (Women's) kept themselves firmly in the top four in the Southern Division following their 3-1 victory over Malet Lambert YC. Sophie Brown scored twice and Leanne Cantrell the other for the Belles, with Malet replying through Ellie Tanser.
North West League
Blackpool moved themselves to within two points of league leaders Blackburn Community after two goals from Georgia Lambe and a Sian Dillon strike earned them a 3-1 victory away to Preston North End.
In Division One North, Stockport County Blues netted seven times without reply against Workington Reds and the result has lifted them up into third place.
South West League
It has been a frustrating season so far for Bridgwater Town and on Sunday they suffered another narrow defeat when going 1-0 down at home to Frome Town. Alison Bryant scored the only goal of the game for Frome who, despite being in sixth, are only two points behind second placed Brislington.
In the Eastern Division, third placed Cheltenham Civil Service ran out 4-0 winners over Cleeve West Town thanks to goals from Kelly Churchley (2), Laura Donnelly and Gemma Riley.
It was a case of lucky 13 for Dobwalls in the Western Division as they recorded their first league victory of the season at the thirteenth attempt. The win came in style too as they defeated Newquay Celtic 6-0, Aoife Aherne hitting a hat-trick along with one apiece from Kimberley Eke, Faye Hankinson and Amy Rigby.
Southern Region League
The withdrawal of University of Portsmouth has forced a re-calculation of the Premier Division table but leaders Maidenhead Utd have not been too badly affected and they currently head the way by nine points after winning 5-1 away to Mansfield Road. Lucy Smith netted twice along with Tina Brett, Catherine Butts and Olivia Buzaglo while Lucie Bowden notched a consolation for the home side. Basingstoke Town are now in third following their 5-0 success against Bracknell Town, courtesy of a goal apiece from Lindsey Beverley, Justine Mosley, Samantha Mosley, Katie Randell and Lianne Hill.
In Division One, leaders Milton Keynes City suffered a setback to their challenge when they were defeated 4-3 by Tower Hill. Samantha Bevan-Talbot netted twice for Tower Hill, who have climbed up to fourth, with Carly Thomas and Ellen Hopkins adding the others while Kirsty Walker, Danielle Metcalfe and Stacy Ellett all found the net for MK.
West Midlands League
TNS Ladies came back to league action with another victory, their eighth in eight games, a 4-2 success at Allscott which returns them to second place, sixteen points behind leaders B & WM Police but with six games in hand.
In Division One North, Folly Lane consolidated themselves in third place by winning 2-1 away to Coseley Town in the only match to be played.
Only one game beat the weather in Division One South but it produced a significant result and a change of leadership, Rubery Ladies returning to the top of the table via a 2-0 victory over Worcester Utd.
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