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East Midlands League
Peterborough Northern Star are three points off the pace in the Premier Division following their 4-1 victory over Rise Park. Long Eaton Utd moved up to fourth via a 6-1 win away to Sandiacre Town, Demi Croxall hitting a hat-trick with Alena Moulton, Laura Sears and Joanne Campbell adding the others. Suzanne Green netted the only goal of the game for Grimsby Borough in their 1-0 success against Gedling Town.
Winterton Rangers have extended their lead at the top of Division One North to eight points after they won 3-0 at Underwood Villa, goals coming from Kirsty Shaw, Kathryn Standerline and Hayley Shaw. Sophie Beckwith, Joanna Butler-Williams and Annabel Lyons were all on the scoresheet as West Bridgford edged out Cleethorpes Town by the odd goal in five.
Eastern Region League
AFC Dunstable produced a surprise 1-0 victory over previously unbeaten leaders Colchester Town. Tamara Bayne scored the only goal of the game for Dunstable, who move out of the bottom three, whilst Colchester saw their advantage cut to six points by Billericay Town, who won 7-2 at Brentwood Town. Seven different players - Marie Barker, Frances Murphy, Hayley Piggott, Paris Smith, Katie Whitehead, Vanessa Wilson and Sarah Bovington - all found the net for Billericay. Lowestoft Town moved above Great Shelford into third after beating them 6-0, Paige Shorten and Hannah Waters each netting twice along with Zoe Cossey and Chloe Hoffman. Claire Brooks, Abbey Dell and Naomi Ogunde were on the scoresheet as Barking won 3-2 away to Leverstock Green.
In Division One North, AFC Sudbury narrowed the gap on leaders Bury Town to three points when Laura Yarnington and Marie Seabrook gave them a 2-1 success away to Ipswich Wanderers. Bar Hill meanwhile defeated Norwich City Res 4-1 to move up to third.
One match went ahead in Division One South, goals from Katy Judd and Grace Clark earned West Billericay a 2-0 victory away to Little Thurrock Dynamos, a result which takes them up into the top half.
Haringey Borough booked their place in the semi finals of the League Cup after two extra time goals earned them a 2-0 victory over Bury Town.
It was a good day for Royston Town in the League Plate, Joanne Rutherford netting a brace and Yasmin Pratt the other as they beat Offley & Stopsley 3-0.
London & South East League
Fulham FC Foundation stretched their Premier Division lead to five points after Verity Snow (2), Chloe Greer and Georgie Hodge struck for them in their 4-2 victory away to Eastbourne Town. Their two nearest rivals, AFC Wimbledon and Old Actonians, met each other and battled out a 2-2 draw. Caroline Bisson and Libby Suchley had given the Dons a two-goal lead with Chelsea Berlin and Carla Williams replying to earn Actonians a point (see match report). Bexhill Utd meanwhile picked up a welcome 2-1 win at Crawley Wasps thanks to Fay Denyer and Lesley Smith.
Camden Town maintained their lead of nine points at the top of Division One (London) with an 8-2 victory over Tottenham Hotspur Development. Alicia Bravo led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Frankie Stone weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Kirsten Thomson and Sarah White. Second placed Colne Valley defeated Regents Park Rangers 3-1 with goals from Natalie Spencer (2) and Tiff Skinner. Watford Development were also 8-2 winners against Battersea & Wandsworth, Emma Bebbington and Perri Driscoll each netting twice along with Issy Stainsby, Courtnay Ward-Chambers, Lori Wilson and Sofie Georgiou. Brentford meanwhile edged out AFC Phoenix by the odd goal in seven, leapfrogging above them into fourth place in the process. The Queen Bees' markswomen were Vicky James, Manuela Naptra, Lavana Neufville and Lucy Easton.
North East League
The title race continues to tighten up in the Premier Division and on Sunday, third placed Hull City moved to within one point of the leadership after Ellice Jackman and Katie Thompson gave them a 2-1 win away to Whitley Bay. The teams in the bottom four had matches against each other and each ended up with a point as both matches ended in draws. Annie Ward netted for Scunthorpe & Bottesford as they finished 1-1 with Castleford White Rose, who scored through Sophie Allan, whilst Tynedale and Hessle Town shared eight goals. Christine Murray (2), Ashley Lambert and Katherine Dixon were on target for Tynedale and Hessle replied with an Emily Rymchuk brace, Joules Cape-Melbourne and Ellie McKenzie.
Blyth Town Lions are back on top of the Northern Division following their 3-1 victory at Birtley Town. Sarah Burn, Megan Mullarkey and Hannah Smith scored the goals for Blyth. Gateshead Rutherford Ravens climbed up to fourth by beating Middlesbrough Lionesses 3-0 with strikes from Lynsey Wilkinson, Kirsty Williams and Rachel Wilson. Easingwold Town Angels picked up three important points from a 2-0 victory over Birtley St Josephs, Bobby Barwick netting both goals.
York City have reached the semi finals of the Northern League Cup after they won 3-0 away to Prudhoe Town. Nicola Brown scored twice and Rebecca Dawson the other to give York quarter final success.
North West League
Blackpool Wren Rovers are the new league leaders on goal difference after they scored ten times without reply past Wigan Athletic. Nikki Berko led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Gemma Watson added a brace and there was one apiece from Abby Pullen, Anisha Bateman, Laura Kinley and Rachel Warren. Crewe Alexandra are one point behind the top two following their 2-1 success away to Northwich Vixens, a result which took them above Blackpool who shared a goalless draw with Bolton Wanderers.
Stockport County Blues notched up their fifth win in seven matches in Division One South, a 5-3 victory against Accrington Girls & Ladies which takes them into second place. Joanne Thompson and Elsie Atkinson scored the goals as Kendal Town entered the top half of the table by beating Workington Reds 2-0.
South West League
Gloucester City secured another important win on Sunday and they now head the Premier Division by twelve clear points. Laura Stephens netted both goals as City defeated Downend Flyers 2-1, Kate Michael replying for the visitors. Swindon Spitfires are now back in second but lost ground as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Frome Town. Kasey Evans was on target for Frome, with the Spitfires responding through Bethany Turner.
One match was played in the Eastern Division, second placed Ilminster Town winning 1-0 away to Forest Green Rovers Res. Dee Cracknell grabbed the only goal of the game with a fine solo effort, to narrow the gap on leaders Bishop's Lydeard to seven points.
Newquay Celtic leapt up into a mid-table position in the Western Division following their 5-2 victory away to Bude Town. Nicola Schmolke (2), Cyra Carne, Lisa Hegarty and Jess Longworth were all on the scoresheet for Newquay with Leanne Stanbury scoring twice for the home side.
Sam Drewery had a good day in front of goal, scoring five times in total as Marine Academy Plymouth went through to the quarter finals of the Bristol Soccerworld Cup with an 11-3 win against Illogan Ladies. Eden May and Nicola Symons each added doubles and there was one apiece from Jade Bryan and Rosie Burridge. Cheltenham Civil Service marked their first game in the cup by winning 2-0 against Charlestown and Poole Town netted six without reply against Dobwalls.
Southern Region League
Maidenhead Utd continue to blaze a trail in the Premier Division and their 2-0 victory over Newbury Ladies, given to them by Chelsea Goulter and Hannah Summers, takes them eleven points clear. Oxford City have gone second after running out 8-0 winners away to Aldershot Town. Danielle Anderson hit a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Mollie Avery, Jane Younger, Ethne Rothery, Kiera Isaac and Heather Young. Rebecca Singleton scored twice and Tina Leahy added the other to give Bracknell Town a 3-2 win against Fleetlands.
Stony Stratford Town had a strong day in front of goal in Division One, going fifth in the table as they defeated New Forest 9-2. Siobhaun Layne, Tamsin Graveson and Charlotte Jones all netted doubles and the tally was completed by Lynsey Patmore, Chiara Clarke and Bianca Luttman.
Basingstoke Town are through to the semi finals of the League Cup after beating Banbury Utd 2-0, thanks to goals from Lindsey Beverley and Samantha Mosley. Fleet Town also sealed their place with a 4-0 success away to Southampton Women in which Kristina Wright (2), Catrin Anderson-Hayman and Katherine Myles all scored.
West Midlands League
TNS Ladies made up further ground on runaway leaders B & WM Police as they won 9-0 against Wrockwardine Wood. Megan Haynes and Laura Morris each hit hat-tricks for TNS, who are yet to concede a goal at home in the league this season, while Sophie Edwards, Laura Morris and Emily Ridge added a goal apiece. The win takes TNS back into second place, ahead of Leamington Lions who drew 1-1 with Crusaders, whose goal came from Emily Richer. Kingshurst Sporting Club went fourth after they edged out Knowle by the odd goal in seven.
The top three in Division One North did not play and Wyrley Ladies took the chance to make up ground by beating Shrewsbury Juniors 5-3. Bilbrook, who possess several games in hand, moved up the table with a 4-3 victory over Kingshurst Sporting Res whilst Coseley Town ran out 4-0 winners against Cottage Farm Rangers.
Lye Town are back on top of Division One South once again following their 2-1 success away to Malvern Town. Droitwich Spa meanwhile went level on points with second placed Rubery Ladies, two points off the pace, after they defeated Redditch Utd 5-1. Worcester Utd claimed a 1-0 win away to Solihull Ladies Res and are up into fourth, narrowly ahead of Marston Green and Kenilworth Town who battled out a goalless draw.
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