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 Women's Football News 30 Sep 2015
East Midlands League
Nettleham began their defence of the League Cup with a 5-2 victory over Ruddington Village. Abbie Morrell, Holly Newman and Kirsty Salzell all found the net along with two own goals. League leaders Mansfield Town had an even smoother passage, scoring ten without reply past Sleaford Town, spearheaded by a five-goal haul from Abbey Hawkins. Jessica Machin added a brace with Monica Bowley, Jemma Douglas and Nikki Flood adding the others. Winterton Rangers were the only lower division side to knock out Premier Division opposition, beating Rise Park 2-1. Jodi Hunter netted four times and Shona Franklin a hat-trick, with Kristie Marvin and Kirsty Farnsworth also on target for Bedworth Utd in their 9-1 win against AFC Leicester whilst Kettering Town were 3-0 victors at Grimsby Borough thanks to Laura Beckett, Charlotte Burrows and Mikaela Welford. Katie Bateman netted both goals as Ellistown came through a tricky tie at Ollerton Town by beating them 2-0 and Notts County Development won 3-0 against Gedling Town with goals from Emma Bradshaw, Shoniqua Barnes and Courtney Walters. Cara Newton meanwhile bagged a six-goal haul for Long Eaton Utd in their victory over Teversal, Precious Hamilton contributing a hat-trick with Leah Kellogg, Michelle Kilmartin and an own goal completing the tally. Grace Galloway and Sarah Keeling scored the goals for Alfreton Town in their 2-1 win against Rothwell Corinthians and Mansfield Hosiery Mills defeated Corby S & L by the same scoreline, courtesy of Amy Jones and Tiffany Musgrove. Loughborough Students (2006) secured a 5-0 win over Lincoln Moorlands Railway in which Olivia James hit a hat-trick along with Frankie Murray and Sarah Palmer. Laura Forde and Eloise Willmott each netted six times, Donna Norman and Hayley Griffiths added two apiece and Naomi Dauncey the other for Raunds Town in their crushing victory against Lincoln Griffins. Emma Dunmore grabbed all four goals as Moulton Ladies ran out 4-1 winners over Sandiacre Town, whilst a 4-2 extra time victory saw Heather St Johns progress 4-2 away to Riverside LFC, Demi-Jayne Sheppard and Rebecca Dobney netting two each. 
Eastern Region League
Billericay Town are four points clear at the top of the Premier Division following their 4-1 victory over Great Wakering Rovers in which Vicky Kinsman netted twice along with Lucy Wyatt and Katie Whitehead. Third placed Colchester Town defeated Leverstock Green 3-0 thanks to Victoria King, Georgia Box and Kira Fitzpatrick. Haringey Borough won for the first time, 4-1 against Brentwood Town with goals from Anele Komani (2), Klesha Darroux and Ellena Finneran. Alice Ladbrooke was on target for Acle Ladies in their 1-1 draw with Great Shelford, who replied through Alison Wright as both teams registered their first point.
In Division One East, Bury Town moved up into third place by beating West Billericay 4-2. Mikaela Tolbert was on target twice and there was one apiece from Norma Locker and Catherine Upton.
Hoddesdon Owls edged out Ipswich Wanderers by the odd goal in nine in the League Cup. Kirstina O'Connell netted a brace along with Daniela Martucci, Charlotte Grogan and Becky Scola to give their side a slender win whilst Little Thurrock Dynamos defeated Royston Town in a penalty shootout after the sides had shared a goalless draw. Rebecca Hollocks (2) and Lynsey Bowman scored the goals for Silver End as they won 3-2 against Sawbridgeworth Town. Offley & Stopsley beat Hutton 2-0 with goals from Katerina Hamplova and Charlene Moreton. 
London & South East League
AFC Wimbledon are three points clear following their 2-1 win away to Fulham FC Foundation, Kelly-Jade Whelan netting both of their goals. Debbie Blackmore and Carly Farrow were on target for Herne Bay as they beat Eastbourne Town to move into second place, just ahead of London Corinthians who battled out a goalless draw with Leyton Orient. Toni Smith scored a hat-trick for Crawley Wasps in their 7-2 victory over Aylesford with Lauren Callaghan (2), Rebecca Carter and Bethany Kemp joining her on the scoresheet. There were also nine goals at Bexhill Utd where visitors Carshalton Athletic went home with a narrow 5-4 win under their belts, courtesy of doubles from Ella Bale and Laura Curtis before Lily Chapman scored a late winner. 
North East League
Barnsley have taken over at the top of the Premier Division after running out 6-2 winners over Boldon with Holly Findlay, Brittany Sanderson and Nichola Hey all netting braces. Rachael White led the scoring with a hat-trick as Brighouse Town defeated previous leaders Hessle Town 12-1. Annabelle Cass and Amy Hesselden added two apiece and the total was rounded off by Yasmin Ayub, Kayleigh Bamforth, Jodie Redgrave, Jordane Allison and Claire Needham. York City recorded a 9-3 victory against Wetherby Athletic in which Bryony Welsh hit a hat-trick along with Jess Barnes (2), Ellie Harding (2), Kelly Chesterton and Rebecca Dawson. Annie Ward scored the only goal as Scunthorpe & Bottesford beat Whitley Bay 1-0 whilst Wakefield defeated Tynedale 5-0 with strikes from Danielle Biglin (2), Sam Hallam (2) and Dee Parker. Sophie Bell and Ami Buzzeo each hit hat-tricks with Rachel Ruddach and Paige Wainwright also on target for Sheffield Utd Community in their 8-0 victory over Castleford White Rose.
BYPC continue to lead the way in the Northern Division after they defeated Easingwold Town 6-1. Tammy Foster scored a hat-trick, Robyn Stubbs added a brace and Elisha Jones was also on target. Stephanie Stafford netted four times as Durham Cestria won 11-0 against Birtley Town. Leanne Bates added three and Jessica Ellison a double, with Nicole Dack and Elizabeth Patterson rounding off the scoring. Blyth Town Lions kept pace in third with a 6-0 victory over Lowick Utd with goals from Leigh Black (2), Hannah Smith (2), Melissa Scott and Emily Stevenson. Lucy Lendhill netted twice and Rachel Harding the other as York City Res won 3-1 against Prudhoe Town.
Farsley Celtic are the new leaders of the Southern Division after Olivia Turnbull and Helen Gresty gave them a 2-0 win at Malet Lambert YC. They take over from Westella & Willerby who shared eight goals with Sheffield Wednesday. Chamaine Pinder (2), Amy Thompson and Amy Ward all netted for Westella with Wednesday replying through Emily Higgins, Lucy Ridley, Anna Cairns and an own goal. A Lauren Turner hat-trick, Codi Melia and Abigail Towns earned Oughtbridge a 5-1 victory over Ossett Albion which takes them onto six points alongside Doncaster Belles (Women's) who beat Harrogate Railway 3-2, Chantelle Willis (2) and Kirsty Nicholls scoring. Handsworth and Courts City battled out a 1-1 draw with goals from Francesca Godbehere and Demi Thomas respectively. 
North West League
Premier Division leaders Crewe Alexandra scored six without reply away to Curzon Ashton to maintain their lead of two points from second placed Birkenhead, who defeated Blackpool 6-3. Burnley Girls & Ladies won 8-1 at Northwich Vixens and have six points from two games as do Bolton Wanderers, 4-1 victors away to Accrington Girls & Ladies. Blackburn Community won for the first time, 3-1 against Wigan Athletic whilst Manchester Stingers also registered their first points when beating local rivals City of Manchester 3-2.
PNE Development made it four wins out of four, defeating Middleton Athletic 6-1 whilst Kendal Town ran out 4-1 winners away to Bury Girls & Ladies. Carlisle Utd kept up their good start by beating Haslingden 5-0 and CMB Ladies maintained the division's other 100% record, thanks to a 4-1 victory over Workington Reds. Penrith AFC beat Preston North End Ladies 2-0 to move into the top half and Stockport County Blues won for the first time, 5-1 against Leigh RMI.
In Division One South, Warrington Wolverines are two point behind leaders Ellesmere Port Town after drawing 1-1 with Merseyrail Bootle whilst Woolton Ladies made it two wins from two games, they defeated Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res 6-1. Winsford notched up a 4-1 victory over Mersey Girls and AFC Urmston Meadowside beat Liverpool City Community 8-2 to register their first points of the season. 
South West League
Torquay Utd replaced Frome Town at the top of the Premier Division after beating them 6-0 on Sunday. Sasha Sparkes and Danielle Wyatt each netted doubles for the Gulls with Sian Chapman and Natalie Warman also on target. Torquay lead by a single point from Frome and Bishop's Lydeard, who went second by winning 6-2 away to Middlezoy Rovers. Dawna Dennett led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Holly Miller, Kitty Wells and Billie Denny. Brislington follow on after a 6-1 victory over Bristol Ladies Union. Georgia Vandries was on target twice along with Kim Maggs, Chloe Rogers, Sophie Whelan and Vicky Powell.
Keynsham Town Development maintained their winning start to the new campaign in the Eastern Division and head the table by three points following their 4-0 success away to Ash Rangers. Hari Sabic netted a brace and she was joined on the scoresheet by Taylor Gainey and Katarzina Rusek. Yeovil Town Intermediate went second by beating Team Mendip 4-2 with goals from Bethany Smith (2), Nicole Brown and Colette Martin. Lucy Bennett, Debra Harris and Gemma Riley were all on target as Cheltenham Civil Service defeated Ilminster Town 3-0.
Three teams are level on points at the top of the Western Division, headed by Newquay Celtic after they won 5-1 against Launceston. Lisa Hegarty netted two of the goals and there was one apiece from Annie Richards, Nicola Schmolke and Kirra Spray. They lead on goal difference from Charlestown and Alphington, who beat Exeter & Tedburn Rangers 2-1 thanks to Jodie Millett and Mary Murphy. Callington Town and Dobwalls battled out a 4-4 draw, Emma Anderson hitting a hat-trick and Alice Gibson the other for Callington while Dobwalls replied through a Laura Hilleson-Perrett treble and Sam Blake-Valerio. 
Southern Region League
Milton Keynes City continue to stretch the early pace after a five-goal haul from Julianne Gadsby, plus one apiece from Mia Skaarup, Marta Gonzalez and Danielle Metcalfe fired them to an 8-1 victory over Newbury Ladies. Lianne Hill and Katie Randell were the markswomen for Bracknell Town in their 2-0 win away to Woodley Utd which takes them into second place. Oxford City meanwhile scored eight without reply against Bracknell Town, Amy Pipe scoring four times along with Sarah Reid (2), Danielle Anderson and Marisa Chamberlain.
In Division One, Philippa Holden scored a hat-trick, Natasha Kenny added a brace and Ayuma Asira the other as Team Solent won for the first time, 6-2 against Tower Hill. Fleet Town also got off the mark when Joanne Harfield (2), Olivia Gardiner, Rebecca Niblett, Kristina Wright and Hayley Sloan gave them a 6-1 victory over Ascot Utd.
Last season's beaten finalists Mansfield Road are out of the League Cup after being beaten 3-1 after extra time by Southampton Women, who scored through Sheree Bell-Jack, Kirsty Bell and Shereen Cordy. Wycombe Wanderers surprised Banbury Utd with a 3-1 victory whilst Marlow beat Chesham Utd 3-0. 
West Midlands League
Wrockwardine Wood defeated Walsall 6-0 to remain on top of the Premier Division on goal difference from Kingshurst Sporting Club, who were 2-0 winners over Knowle. Crusaders are three points off the pace in third following their 1-1 draw against Leamington Lions, whilst TNS Ladies were held to a goalless draw by Lye Town.
Burton Albion have a lead of two points in Division One North after they ran out 8-2 victors away to Shrewsbury Juniors. Shrewsbury Town and Wyrley Ladies played their first match against each other and shared the points with a 2-2 draw, whilst Stockingford AA Pavilion and Stone Dominoes are still unbeaten after they also finished level at 2-2.
A 5-0 win away to Redditch Utd has seen Rubery Ladies take over the leadership of Division One South on goal difference from Coundon Court, 4-3 winners over Kenilworth Town, and Worcester Utd who beat Malvern Town 1-0. Solihull Ladies Res are two points behind after being held to a 4-4 draw by Marston Green. Coventry Development made it two wins from two games when defeating Folly Lane 5-0 and Droitwich Spa ran out 6-0 winners against Wyre Forest Phoenix.

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