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 Women's Football News 6 Mar 2015
 
East Midlands League
Peterborough Northern Star toppled long term leaders Eastwood Community with a 6-1 victory over Long Eaton Utd, which sees them go top on goal difference. Jodie Bartle netted twice along with Vicky Gallagher, Chanade Henderson, Lorna Hart and Abigail Young. Nettleham are one point behind in third after Kyla Love (2), Jennifer Purnell (2), Courtney Limb and Michelle Marshall gave them a 6-1 win away to Arnold Town. Katie Bateman hit a hat-trick for Ellistown while Sally Walton (2) and Sam Clarke added the others in their 6-2 success at Gedling Town and Notts County Development beat Grimsby Borough 5-2, thanks to a Courtney Walters hat-trick, Anna Horton and April Bingham.
 
Winterton Rangers continue to stretch the pace in Division One North after beating Mansfield Hosiery Mills 3-0 with goals from Hayley Shaw (2) and Lindsey Hughes. They still lead by eleven points from Ruddington Village, 2-1 winners at Alfreton Town thanks to a brace from Faye Brown. Amber-Nicole French netted two and Annabel Lyons the other as West Bridgford won 3-1 away to Teversal and Cleethorpes Town defeated Lincoln Moorlands Railway 3-2 with goals from Gemma Charlton (2) and Gemma Hopkin.
 
In Division One South, Holli Demirel scored twice and Kayleigh Harris added the other as Loughborough Students (2006) won 3-0 away to Kettering Town. 
 
Eastern Region League
Lowestoft Town moved themselves to within one point of the leadership after scoring seven without reply past Haringey Borough. Natasha Thomas was on target four times along with Hannah Waters, Lauren Bullard and Georgia Paul.
 
Hoddesdon Owls are up into third place in Division One South after Charlotte Grogan, Daniela Martucci and an own goal gave them a 3-1 victory over Sawbridgeworth Town. Royston Town meanwhile beat West Billericay 2-1 thanks to Joanne Rutherford and Ashleigh Tuck, whilst Colney Heath won 4-2 against Little Thurrock Dynamos with goals from Holly Sheridan (2), Kirsty Feasley and Amber Charlton.
 
In the League Plate, AFC Sudbury defeated Stevenage Ladies Res 6-0 with doubles from Jessica Clark, Charlene Roach and Jodie Sharp. 
 
London & South East League
League leaders Old Actonians are through to the semi finals of the League Cup after a Natasha Cree brace, Sharon Odofin, Carla Williams and Linda Fox saw them to a 5-3 win against Eastbourne Town. Kikk Utd were 3-2 winners over Carshalton Athletic thanks to Hayley Barton, Leesa Haydock and Sophie Le Marchand, whilst Zara Chapman netted the only goal of the game as Aylesford beat Bexhill Utd 1-0.
 
Camden Town sewed up the London Division title in style as they defeated second placed Colne Valley 4-0 with a goal apiece from Alicia Bravo, Hayley O'Brien, Eleni Savva and Eleftheria Taladianou. Watford Development remain in the running for runners-up after beating Queen's Park Rangers Development 3-2, courtesy of a Sian Fiskin brace and Emma Bebbington. The first double header took place in this division, Brentford and Battersea & Wandsworth battling out two 1-1 draws, Lavana Neufville scoring in both games for Brentford. 
 
North East League
Hattie Preston and Brooke Cochrane scored the goals as Whitley Bay won 2-0 away to Wakefield in the Premier Division. Scunthorpe & Bottesford kept up their good run of form with a 4-0 victory over Castleford White Rose, Sue Hunsley netting twice along with Rachel Grimbleby and Annie Ward.
 
In the Northern Division, Lowick Utd's last remaining title hopes came to an end as they were beaten 2-0 by Birtley St Josephs for whom Caitlin Hindmarsh and Elisha Jones were on target. Gateshead Rutherford Ravens caught up ground after Jennifer Brennan, Laura Foad, Claire Moore and Lynsey Wilkinson accounted for the goals in a 4-1 success at Birtley Town. Bobby Barwick was on target for Easingwold Town in their 1-1 draw with Redcar Town, who replied through Beth Enderwick.
 
Southern Division leaders Westella & Willerby suffered a huge blow to their title hopes when they were beaten 2-1 by Sheffield Wednesday, who scored through Sophie Eyre and Emily Higgins. Clare Parker, Bridie Fox and Demi Godson were on target for Farsley AFC as they kept their hopes alive with a 3-0 victory over Malet Lambert YC but Wetherby Athletic have matters in their hands and kept on course by defeating Courts City 2-0, Debra Slater netting both goals. 
 
North West League
Blackburn Community closed to within two points of league leaders Crewe Alexandra after they won 4-0 away to Blackpool. Burnley Girls & Ladies meanwhile kept up their challenge by claiming their fourth league victory in a row, 3-2 against Wigan Athletic.
 
Division One North table toppers Penrith AFC were beaten for the first time this season, losing 3-2 at home to Accrington Girls & Ladies who are now just four points off second place. Carlisle Utd continue to improve and will have their sights set on mid-table after running out 7-1 winners over Bury Girls & Ladies.
 
The top three did not play in Division One South and this allowed the three teams directly below them to catch up some ground. Fourth placed AFC Urmston Meadowside won 4-2 away to Winsford whilst Mersey Girls scored seven without reply past Macclesfield Town. AFC Liverpool are back in mid-table following their 3-2 success at Woolton.
 
The final Argyle Sports Kit Plate Second Round tie was played on Sunday, Workington Reds defeating Leigh RMI 7-2 to book themselves a quarter final meeting with Manchester Stingers. 
 
South West League
Swindon Spitfires trimmed the gap on leaders Gloucester City to nine points as they edged out Bristol Ladies Union 4-3. Katie Wadey hit a hat-trick and Ria Salleh the other for the Wiltshire side, while Union replied through a Victoria Symes brace and Sarah Gregory. There was good news for Bridgwater Town in midweek as they won for the first time, 2-1 against Frome Town.
 
Poole Town moved into the top three in the Eastern Division on the back of a 16-1 victory over Forest Green Rovers Res. Chloe Newton led the spree with a seven-goal haul, Faye Hawkins and Emily McDonough weighed in with braces and there was one apiece from Emma Acott, Megan Knell, Shelley Towers, Rebecca Miles and Sacha Paynter. 
 
Southern Region League
Mansfield Road will play Milton Keynes City in this season's League Cup Final after winning their respective semi finals on Sunday. Mansfield Road were 3-1 winners away to Woodley Utd, thanks to a goal apiece from Lucia Bowden, Cecile Deer and Melissa Stickland. Meanwhile the all-Division One tie saw MK City beat former finalists Andover New Street 5-2, Roksana Karbownik hitting a hat-trick along with Emily Mann and Kirsty Walker.
 
Fleet Town meanwhile secured their place in the Chairman's Cup Final after defeating Ascot Utd 1-0. Rae Roberts netted the only goal of the game for Fleet who will play either Basingstoke Town or Marlow.
 
Maidenhead Utd power on at the top of the Premier Division, staying five points clear after beating Basingstoke Town 5-2. Catherine Butts, Amy Saunders, Hannah Summers, Zoe Clifford and Lucy Smith all scored a goal apiece for Maidenhead. Second placed Oxford City also won, 2-1 at Newbury Ladies with strikes from Danielle Anderson and Sian Riley-Phillips.
 
Banbury Utd have opened up a lead of four points in Division One after Rebecca Howard (2) and Zoe Boote gave them a 3-0 victory over Stony Stratford Town. Samantha Bevan-Talbot bagged a hat-trick as Tower Hill won 3-2 away to New Forest, a result which takes them into third place. 
 
West Midlands League
League leaders B & WM Police are through to the Premier Division Cup semi finals after beating Wednesfield Town 3-0, as are rivals TNS Ladies with a 5-1 victory over Knowle. Leamington Lions were 5-3 winners against Wrockwardine Wood and Kingshurst Sporting defeated Crusaders 5-1 after extra time, ensuring that the semi finalists are the current top four in the table.
 
Walsall stretched their Division One North lead to nine points with a 4-1 victory over Bilbrook. Wyrley Ladies meanwhile scored six without reply against Coseley Town to move themselves into third place.
 
In Division One South, Lye Town won 4-1 at Solihull Ladies Res to go one point behind table toppers Droitwich Spa, who did not play. Rubery Ladies meanwhile lost ground as they were beaten 3-1 by Malvern Town. Kenilworth Town still have an outside chance of a top two place and stayed in touch by winning 4-0 away to Studley. Coventry Development defeated Wyre Forest Phoenix 3-0 whilst Redditch Utd and Marston Green shared four goals.

 
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