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 Women's Football News 13 Feb 2015
 
East Midlands League
Nettleham made up ground on the top two as they won 4-1 away to Rise Park, Zuzana Pramukova hitting a hat-trick with Courtney Limb adding the other. Notts County Development meanwhile beat Sandiacre Town 2-0 with goals from Anna Horton and Courtney Walters.
 
Winterton Rangers now lead Division One North by eleven points after Kirsty Shaw, Kathryn Standerline and Stephanie Warner gave them a 3-1 success at Mansfield Hosiery Mills. Ruddington Village beat Lincoln Moorlands Railway 4-2 and are now second, Faye Brown netting twice along with Jenna Yates and an own goal.
 
In Division One South, table toppers Oadby & Wigston Dynamo went down to a 2-1 defeat away to Loughborough Students (2006), who scored through Paris Kiernan and Olivia James.
 
The top two in the Premier Division met each other in the League Cup quarter finals and it was Peterborough Northern Star who advanced with a 4-0 victory over Eastwood Community. Donna Nicholls netted twice along with Vicky Gallagher and Samara Iredale. Burton Park Wanderers join them in the semi finals after Laura Beckett bagged a four-goal haul, Cassie Steward added a brace and Jo Brandon completed the scoring in their 7-2 win against Arnold Town. 
 
Eastern Region League
Nicole Perschsky led the scoring with a hat-trick as Stevenage Ladies ran out 6-1 winners over Brentwood Town. Hollie Jardine weighed in with a brace and Alex North was also on the scoresheet. Charlotte Collins-Blaize and Zhane Amoaten ensured that Haringey Borough won 2-0 away to Barking whilst Acle Utd defeated Great Shelford 3-1 thanks to Jenna Thurtle (2) and Francesca Lambert.
 
Southendian Ladies maintained their seven point lead in Division One South by beating Stevenage Ladies Res 5-0. Georgia Holdaway netted twice and there was one apiece from Shannon Mackie, Helen Clifford and Rebecca Dalgarno. Second placed Offley & Stopsley also won, 3-1 against Little Thurrock Dynamos. Joanne Rutherford (2), Rebekah Fisk, Daniella Lewis and Heather Parete were on the scoresheet as unbeaten Royston Town kept in touch with the leaders with a 5-3 victory over Hutton. 
 
London & South East League
Old Actonians moved into second place in the Premier Division, three points off the pace, on the back of a 6-1 win against Hassocks, goals coming from Carla Williams (2), Natasha Cree, Shadia Edwards-Dashti, Nathalie Randall and Rosie Stone. Carshalton Athletic meanwhile stepped up their challenge by defeating Aylesford 2-0 thanks to Joanna Goodwin and Georgie O'Halloran. Laura Bolton scored the goal for Bexhill Utd in their 1-1 draw with Eastbourne Town, who replied through Chelsey Leighton.
 
Camden Town now have a lead of eleven points in the London Division after goals from Catherine Needham and Frankie Stone gave them a 2-1 victory over Brentford. Queen's Park Rangers Development won 5-1 away to Tottenham Hotspur Development thanks to Kianni O'Garro (2), Erin Pope, Chloe Sampson and Asanteni Charles. Shanae Newton (2) and Jenna Brunton were on the scoresheet as Crystal Palace Development defeated Hemel Hempstead 3-1.
 
League leaders Fulham FC Foundation went through to the semi finals of the League Cup with a 1-0 win away to Crawley Wasps, Kirsty Percival scoring the only goal. London Corinthians also progressed as Emily Hart, Adele Keech and Hannah Titchener gave them a 3-1 victory over Maidstone Utd. 
 
North East League
Holly Findlay netted the only goal of the game as Barnsley beat Wakefield 1-0 to go three points clear at the top of the Premier Division. Second placed Hull City drew 1-1 with fellow contenders Brighouse Town, Sarah Owen scoring for Hull with Brighouse replying through Shauna Messenger. At the other end of the table, Scunthorpe & Bottesford picked up a vital 4-2 victory over Hessle Town thanks to a Nicola East brace, Yasmin Chand and Wiktoria Wojciechowska.
 
Allison Leach hit a hat-trick and Elizabeth Thompson-Clarke a brace, while Kay Mills, Julie Anne Waitman and Victoria Sheriff all added a goal apiece as Northern Division leaders Boldon defeated Redcar Town 8-1. Blyth Town Lions stay two points behind in second place after a Hannah Smith hat-trick and Erin Middleton gave them a 4-0 victory over Gateshead Rutherford Ravens. Lowick Utd made sure of keeping in contention by beating Easingwold Town 5-0, Michelle Stewart being another hat-trick scorer while Jenny Patterson and Kirstie Tang joined her on the scoresheet. Birtley St Josephs look on course for a top half finish, they won 3-1 against Middlesbrough Lionesses with goals from Elisha Jones, Sinead Ord and Karli Nicholson.
 
Farsley AFC kept their outside chance of the Southern Division title alive as Ellie Swinhoe and Helen Gresty saw them to a 2-0 win away to Ossett Albion. Jess Lacey led the scoring with a hat-trick as Doncaster Belles (Women's) triumphed 8-0 at Dearne & District. Amy Booth added two and the tally was completed by Lauren Cuttell, Victoria Sharpe and Caitlin Dooley. Katie Rowland and Ellie Tanser were the markswomen for Malet Lambert in their 2-0 victory over Sheffield Wednesday. 
 
North West League
One match was played in the Premier Division on Sunday but it resulted in a change of leadership, Crewe Alexandra taking over at the top after beating Blackburn Community 1-0.
 
Blackpool Wren Rovers marched into the quarter finals of the Argyle Sports Kit Cup with an emphatic victory over Woolton whilst local rivals Blackpool also advanced after beating Burnley Girls & Ladies 2-0. Birkenhead came through a tough tie away to Mersey Girls, winning 3-1 after extra time, whilst Preston North End edged out Ellesmere Port Town by the odd goal in five. Accrington Girls & Ladies progressed with a 2-0 victory over CMB Ladies and the all-Stockport clash went the way of Stockport County Res, who beat Stockport County Blues 3-2.
 
Bolton Wanderers booked their place in the last eight of the Argyle Sports Kit Plate with a 3-1 win against Division One North leaders Penrith AFC. Wigan Athletic join them in the quarter finals after beating Bury Girls & Ladies 6-1. Manchester Stingers meanwhile took their good league form into the cup, scoring seven times without reply against AFC Liverpool. 
 
South West League
With leaders Gloucester City not playing, Swindon Spitfires took the chance to trim their advantage to nine points with a 2-0 win away to Torquay Utd, given to them by Katie Wadey and Hayley Huckin. Brislington are a further point adrift after beating a youthful Frome Town side 5-0. Zoe Gunter netted a brace with the other goals coming from Emily Plummer, Georgia Vandries and Chloe Tape. Bristol Ladies Union and Downend Flyers produced an entertaining local derby which was sadly abandoned due to an injury late on to Downend defender Emilie Stephens, who suffered a broken fibula and dislocated ankle. Union were leading 1-0 at the time through Polly Wardle and the game is set to be replayed.
 
Marine Academy Plymouth further extended their Western Division lead to nine points by scoring nine without reply against Bude Town. Nicola Symons hit a hat-trick and Sam Drewery added two with Eden May, Stacey Derrick and Harriet Howell rounding off the scoring. Second placed Charlestown were beaten 5-4 by Illogan Ladies and Dobwalls ran out 4-0 winners over Alphington courtesy of Faye Hankinson (2), Michelle Rysdale and Coral Smith.
 
Bishop's Lydeard defeated Ilminster Town 4-0 to reach the quarter finals in the Bristol Soccerworld Cup, in the clash between the top two in the Eastern Division. Sophie Buck netted twice and there was one apiece from Holly Miller and Rosie Williams. Forest Green Rovers Res meanwhile defeated Keynsham Town Res 5-2, thanks to an Annie Martin hat-trick and two from Rhian Robbins. Maisie Williams bagged a brace along with Catherine Davis and Stacey Gill as AFC Plympton won 4-0 away to Taunton Town and Callington Town were 3-1 victors at Launceston, Kat Marment scoring twice and Jodie Shipton the other. 
 
Southern Region League
Title challengers Woodley Utd were dealt a blow on Sunday as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Newbury Ladies. Leanne Creese and Gemma Burnett had put Newbury into a two-goal lead inside the opening sixteen minutes, before Joanne Walsh-Perks and Rachel Panting hit back for Woodley who now trail leaders Maidenhead Utd by eight points. In the other Premier Division game, Mansfield Road narrowly got the better of Basingstoke Town by 3-2 in their mid-table battle.
 
Milton Keynes City have moved five points clear at the top of Division One after a four-goal haul from Julianne Gadsby, plus a Roksana Karbownik brace, gave them a 6-2 success away to Chesham Utd. Lacey Walton, Josie Clark and Rebecca Howard netted the goals as Banbury Utd won 3-0 at Andover New Street, a result which takes them into second place. Marlow defeated Southampton Women 4-1 thanks to Abi Canvin (2), Tracy Corkett and Natalie Barette whilst Ascot Utd came away from Fleet Town with a 3-1 win under their belts, Hannah Evans scoring twice along with Olivi Hazell. 
 
West Midlands League
It's as you were at the top of the Premier Division where B & WM Police defeated Leamington Lions 2-0 to maintain their lead of ten points from TNS Ladies, 4-0 winners at Crusaders and who still have four games in hand. Wednesfield Town meanwhile won for the first time in the league this season, 2-1 against Coventrians.
 
The top two in Division One North were not in league action but third placed Folly Lane were unable to make up any ground as they were beaten 1-0 by Coseley Town, who moved off the bottom as a result. The sad resignation of Cottage Farm Rangers has meant a recalculation of the table, which is looking more congested now. Shrewsbury Juniors were able to leapfrog Lichfield Diamonds in the table by defeating them 4-2.
 
Leaders Droitwich Spa took full advantage of their rivals' inactivity in Division One South to win 5-0 against Marston Green. This extends their lead to five points although Lye Town and Rubery Ladies both possess games in hand.
 
Burton Albion have gone through to the quarter finals of the Division One North League Cup, thanks to a 3-0 victory away to Bilbrook. Wyrley Ladies join them in the last eight after beating Florence 5-1.
 
There was something of a surprise in the Division One South League Cup where Wyre Forest Phoenix ran out 5-2 winners over Worcester Utd. Also through to the quarter finals are Coventry Development who defeated Studley 7-2.

 
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