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East Midlands League
Eastwood Community restored their six point lead at the top of the Premier Division when they won 3-1 away to Gedling Town, thanks to Janine Williams, Michelle Longford and Chantelle Robinson. Anna Horton netted twice, with Jasmin Bear and Courtney Walters joining her on the scoresheet, as Notts County Development beat Arnold Town 4-2.
In Division One North, Lincoln Moorlands Railway continued their climb towards mid-table security when Lauren Churcher and Tara Capon gave them a 2-0 victory over West Bridgford.
One match took place in Division One South, Rothwell Corinthians were not quite able to climb off the bottom of the table despite holding Loughborough Students (2006) to a goalless draw.
Eastern Region League
Lowestoft Town have moved into second place in the Premier Division after running out 4-1 winners over league leaders Colchester Town, meaning they are now four points off the top but with six games in hand. Brentwood Town meanwhile edged out Stevenage Ladies by the odd goal in seven with one apiece from Danielle Butler, Sophie Lovell, Lynsey Warren and Stacey Turner.
Sawbridgeworth Town picked up a vital 3-2 victory away to Hutton which has lifted them off the bottom of Division One South. Jill Bartholomew, Shannon Hardinges and Hannah Fowler netted their goals with Leeanne Cox and Katie Lowen replying.
In the League Plate, Kylee Warwick and Michelle Stoneman scored the goals as West Billericay won 2-0 away to Bury Town. Colney Heath meanwhile defeated Hoddesdon Owls 4-1, courtesy of a goal apiece from Kelly Hancock, Sammy May, Holly Sheridan and Molly Slade.
London & South East League
Old Actonians have gone level on points with Premier Division leaders Fulham FC Foundation after they won 7-2 at Aylesford. Carla Williams hit a hat-trick to spearhead the win along with Chelsea Berlin, Natasha Cree, Shadia Edwards-Dashti and an own goal. It was not quite enough to take them top though, Fulham still head the table but on goals scored. Carshalton Athletic were held to a 1-1 draw by Bexhill Utd, who scored through Fay Denyer with Georgie O'Halloran replying. Leesa Haydock, Sophie Le Marchand and Naomi Stirling were Kikk Utd's markswomen in their 3-1 victory away to Maidstone Utd.
Colne Valley were unable to make up any ground on Division One (London) table toppers Camden Town as they crashed to a 3-1 defeat at the hands of bottom placed Hemel Hempstead. Natasha McConville netted twice for the Sussex side with Kayleigh Baker adding the other. Ellen Clarabut, Sian Fiskin and Lori Wilson scored the goals for third placed Watford Development as they drew 3-3 with Crystal Palace Development, who found the net through Brooke Hills, Olivia Parsons and Kate Green. Regents Park Rangers meanwhile battled out a 1-1 draw with Tottenham Hotspur Development with goals coming from Alexandra Joannides and Tommy Holloway respectively.
North East League
Two of the main title contenders met each other on Sunday and it was Brighouse Town who inflicted a 1-0 defeat on leaders Barnsley to pep up their own challenge. Lindsey Hopton scored the only goal of the game in the second half to leave her side eight points behind Barnsley but with four matches in hand. York City are now level on points with Barnsley after a brace from Alicia Smith gave them a 2-1 success away to Castleford White Rose.
Boldon remain on top of the Northern Division and may have dealt a fatal blow to the hopes of one their title rivals, Lowick Utd, by beating them 4-0. Alex Ross and Elizabeth Thompson-Clarke netted two goals apiece to keep their side two points ahead of Blyth Town Lions who were 4-1 winners at Middlesbrough Lionesses, courtesy of a Hannah Smith hat-trick and Megan Mullarkey. The top two are set to meet each other this week in a crucial match in the title race. Gateshead Rutherford Ravens still have a chance of third place and kept those ambitions on course with a 4-1 victory over Redcar Town, Lynsey Wilkinson netting twice along with Hayley Regan and Kody Green.
In the Southern Division, Danielle Harrison and Emily Higgins scored the goals as Sheffield Wednesday picked up an important 2-0 win away to Doncaster Belles (Women's). Dearne & District registered their first point of the season after thirteen straight defeats, sharing a 5-5 draw with Ossett Albion for whom Nicola Swift bagged a four-goal haul and Kimberly Nallon the other.
North West League
Crewe Alexandra continue to step up the pace in the Premier Division and have extended their lead to five points after beating Birkenhead 4-1. Second placed Blackpool Wren Rovers lost a little ground as they were defeated 3-2 by Burnley Girls & Ladies, who remain in the mix, whilst Blackburn Community bounced back to form with a much needed 7-1 victory over Wigan Athletic.
One match was played in Division One North, CMB Ladies keeping their title hopes alive with a 3-2 win away to Bury Girls & Ladies which sees them trim Penrith AFC's lead to eight points.
Stockport County Res are the new leaders of DIvision One South, going top on goal difference after they defeated AFC Liverpool 4-0. Mersey Girls meanwhile moved themselves up the table with a 3-0 win away to Woolton, who went down to only their second defeat.
South West League
Gloucester City once again turned up the heat at the top of the table and restored their twelve point advantage with a 5-4 victory at Bridgwater Town. Laura Meheran and Ashleigh Watson each netted twice for Gloucester along with Jodie Hennessey, while the home side replied through Anusia Rourke (2), Taylor Gainey and Abigail Locke. One of their fellow title challengers conceded a little ground, Torquay Utd being held to a 1-1 draw by Frome Town. Georgia Williams was on target for Frome, with Torquay replying through Hayley Chamberlain.
In the solitary match to be played in the Eastern Division, Forest Green Rovers Res ran out 6-2 winners away to Cleeve West Town. Katie Stanton and Janey Hellmen netted for Cleeve.
Dobwalls are out of the bottom two in Western Division and in some style, scoring nine times without reply against Illogan Ladies. Aoife Aherne bagged a hat-trick, Coral Smith weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Kathryn Esden, Faye Hankinson, Lindsey Harris and Jade Witt.
Southern Region League
Basingstoke Town are up into the top four places following their 9-0 victory over Newbury Ladies. Charlie Fry, Samantha Mosley and Lindsey Beverley each netted doubles with one apiece from Lianne Hill, Tracy Jones and Justine Mosley. Parley Sports meanwhile picked up a 3-2 success away to Mansfield Road thanks to Laura Baker (2) and Lauren Little.
Division One leaders Milton Keynes City went down to a 4-2 defeat at home to Stony Stratford Town. Siobhaun Layne netted twice along with Tasmin Graveson and Lynsey Patmore to take Stony Stratford up into third place. Banbury Utd are now just two points off the pace after a Catherine Howse brace and Lacey Walton gave them a 3-0 win away to Marlow. New Forest beat Fleet Town 3-1 with goals from Sheree Bell-Jack (2) and Christina Taplin whilst Southampton Women won for the first time, 3-0 against Tower Hill courtesy of a Marie Underwood-Clarke double and Darcey Read.
West Midlands League
TNS Ladies edged closer towards leaders B & WM Police, cutting their lead to seven points with a 6-3 victory away to Wednesfield Town. Emily Ridge was on target twice along with Sam Berry, Jade Hill, Laura Morris and Sarah Burke.
The title battle remains well placed in Division One North. Walsall ran out 5-0 winners away to Kingshurst Sporting Res to preserve their lead of three points from second placed Burton Albion who beat Folly Lane 2-0.
Droitwich Spa remain four points clear at the top of Division One South after scoring seven without reply against Solihull Ladies Res. Lye Town, who have five games in hand, made sure of staying behind them with a 6-1 victory away to Redditch Utd. Malvern Town stormed to a 6-0 win over Marston Green whilst Worcester Utd and Wyre Forest Phoenix battled out a 2-2 draw.
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