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 Women's Football News 9 Oct 2015
 
East Midlands League
Bedworth Utd are the new leaders of the Premier Division on goal difference after they defeated Arnold Town 5-1. Shona Franklin led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Lydia Hackney and Jodi Hunter. Mansfield Town are back in second place despite winning 2-0 away to Ellistown, Marie Wayne and Androulla Kokkinou were on target. Long Eaton Utd complete a trio of clubs of nine points after Precious Hamilton (2), Cara Newton and Michelle Kilmartin. Sarah Richardson netted the only goal of the game as Rise Park won 1-0 against Kettering Town and Notts County Development were 3-2 victors at Grimsby Borough, Anna Horton scoring twice and Shoniqua Barnes the other.
 
There was also a change of leadership in Division One North where Ruddington Village beat Alfreton Town 8-2 to go top. Faye Brown and Jenna Yates each bagged hat-tricks with Hannah Robinson and Kelly Clayton also on target. Previous leaders Ollerton Town went down to a 3-2 defeat at the hands of Mansfield Hosiery Mills who are now in second, thanks to goals from Amy Jones, Laura Markwell and Tiffany Musgrove. Winterton Rangers netted ten without reply against Lincoln Griffins whilst Laura Churcher was on target four times for Lincoln Moorlands Railway in their 5-0 victory over Cleethorpes Town, Chloe Winchester adding the other. Hayley Brown and Louisa Payne gave Gedling Town a 2-1 win against Sandiacre Town and Sleaford Town defeated Teversal 4-0 with goals from Amy Honeybun, Ashleigh Eggington, Hannah Keal and Joanne Wilson.
 
Simone Cook, Emma Dunmore and Charlotte Penney scored the goals as Division One South leaders Moulton Ladies won 3-0 against Rothwell Corinthians. Raunds Town meanwhile beat Riverside LFC 2-1 with Jade Miller and Laura Patrick on target. 
 
Eastern Region League
Billericay Town maintained their four point advantage in the Premier Division with a 5-2 win away to Acle Ladies, Vicky Kinsman and Paris Smith each scoring twice along with Lucy Wyatt. Alex North and Nicole Perschsky gave Stevenage Ladies a 2-1 victory over AFC Sudbury which keeps them second, ahead of Brentwood Town who beat Great Wakering Rovers 3-2 thanks to an Ashley Debnam brace and Chelsea Grimes. Anele Komani grabbed both goals as Haringey Borough won 2-1 against Colchester Town and Great Shelford triumphed 3-0 at Leverstock Green, their markswomen were Amanda Binge, Sophie Ugur and Katie Luddy.
 
In Division One East, Silver End moved to within three points of leaders Writtle with a 5-1 victory over Bury Town. Lynsey Bowman netted four of the goals and she was joined on the scoresheet by Rebecca Hollocks. Georgia Fraser and Abbie Simmonds each hit hat-tricks for Little Thurrock Dynamos in their 8-1 win against Ipswich Wanderers, Taylor Adcock and Danielle Styles.
 
Alex Moir scored twice for Division One West leaders Stevenage Ladies Res as they defeated Sawbridgeworth Town 2-0 to stay two points ahead of Royston Town, who won 4-1 against Colney Heath thanks to a Georgia Gannaway hat-trick and Samantha Tinsley. Rianne Townsend-Brown scored a hat-trick and Sheree Oliver the other for Offley & Stopsley who edged out Hoddesdon Owls by the odd goal in seven.
 
Writtle progressed to the next round of the League Cup by winning 7-1 at Long Melford with goals from Courtney Clarke (2), Abigail Fry (2), Georgina Tricker, Charlotte Walker and Mollie Debell. 
 
London & South East League
League leaders AFC Wimbledon saw their winning start to the season halted when they were held to a 3-3 draw by Camden Town. Carmel Clinton, Eleni Savva and Frankie Stone all scored for Camden with Jordanne Hoesli-Atkins, Lindsey Clarke and Kelly-Jade Whelan replying. London Corinthians replaced Herne Bay in second place after beating them 2-1, Danielle Harrison and Hannah Titchener were on target. Tamara Graham (2), Laura Curtis and Janaya Spiteri were among the goals as Carshalton Athletic won 4-2 at Leyton Orient. Megan Lovelock (2), Helen Ogle and Jess Winchester ensured that Fulham FC Foundation were 4-1 victors over Bexhill Utd whilst Emma Parslow scored the only goal of the game for Eastbourne Town against Crawley Wasps. 
 
North East League
Brighouse Town and Barnsley shared a 1-1 draw which means that Barnsley have a one point lead at the top of the Premier Division. Rachael White was on target for Brighouse, with Barnsley replying through Holly Findlay. Boldon moved up into second place by beating Tynedale 5-0, Jade Murray scoring twice along with Allison Ferris, Alexandra Ross and an own goal. A win would have taken Hessle Town top but they were beaten 3-0 by York City, who are now one point off the pace. Kelly Chesterton, Jasmine Whitwell and Ashlee Brack were all on target for York. Charlotte Parker (2) and Lisa Deaking meanwhile ensured that Wakefield won 3-2 against Scunthorpe & Bottesford. Wetherby Athletic notched up a 3-0 victory over Castleford White Rose, Martyna Petrova scoring twice along with Lucy Crann, whilst Sheffield Utd Community and Whitley Bay battled out a 1-1 draw with goals from Shannon Smith and Hannah Marshall respectively.
 
BYPC continue to blaze a trail in the Northern Division, preserving their three point lead with a 2-1 win against Redcar Town with goals from Shannon Boddy and Tammy Foster. Blyth Town Lions made sure of staying hard on their heels as Sarah Burn, Laura Jobson, Hannah Smith and Terri Nielsen gave them a 4-2 victory over York City Res. Gateshead Rutherford Ravens maintained their own 100% record by beating Birtley Town 4-0, Lynsey Wilkinson hitting a hat-trick with Laura Foad adding the other goal. Prudhoe Town meanwhile defeated Lowick Utd 3-1 thanks to Lauren Cannell, Eleanor Oakenfold and an own goal, with Jenny Patterson replying.
 
Molly Ward, Ellie Swinhoe and Dee Swales were on the scoresheet as Southern Division leaders Farsley Celtic won 3-0 against Rovers Foundation Ladies to stay one point ahead of Oughtibridge, who beat Malet Lambert YC 4-0 with goals from Emma Softley (2), Milly Wilson and Laura Cain. Anna Cairns and Annalise Carroll were third placed Sheffield Wednesday's markswomen in their 2-0 victory over Harrogate Railway. Demi Thomas was on target four times, Laura Lane added a brace and there was one apiece from Leanne Baggley and Emily Butler as Courts City beat Ossett Albion 8-1. Gabrielle Marriott and Chantelle Willis both scored for Doncaster Belles (Women's) in their 2-2 draw with Handsworth, who replied through Danielle Pinder and Jade Richards. 
 
North West League
Crewe Alexandra ran out 5-2 winners over Manchester Stingers to extend their Premier Division lead to three points from Burnley Girls & Ladies, who beat Accrington Girls & Ladies 4-1, and Bolton Wanderers, 3-1 victors against Birkenhead. Blackburn Community made sure of keeping in touch with the leading sides with a 4-0 success at Blackpool, as did Wigan Athletic by beating Curzon Ashton 5-1. City of Manchester notched up their first victory of the season, 3-0 against Northwich Vixens.
 
PNE Development made it five wins out of five when beating Penrith AFC 1-0, this keeps them three points in front of Kendal Town who also won 1-0 against Carlisle Utd. CMB Ladies sport the division's other 100% record after edging out Haslingden by the odd goal in nine. Middleton Athletic defeated Stockport County Blues 5-1 to record their first league win as did Bury Girls & Ladies, 1-0 over Leigh RMI. Workington Reds claimed their first points, thanks to a 2-1 success away to Preston North End Ladies.
 
Ellesmere Port Town remain as leaders of Division One South despite going down to their first defeat of the season, 2-1 to FC United of Manchester. They head the table on goal difference from Woolton Ladies, who beat Mersey Girls 4-2. Merseyrail Bootle are one point off the pace following their 5-1 victory over Winsford. Liverpool City Community are up into mid-table after defeating Altrincham whilst Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res beat AFC Urmston Meadowside by the same scoreline. 
 
South West League
Just two points cover the top five teams in the Premier Division, still headed by Torquay Utd following their 2-2 draw with Bishop's Lydeard. Billie Denny netted both goals for Bishop's Lydeard while Roxii Cook and Maria Warman were on target for Torquay. Brislington are in second place following their 3-1 win at Middlezoy Rovers in which Hollie Hodgson-Heatherson, Kim Maggs and Leigha Milkins were on target. Marine Academy Plymouth are a third team who are just one point off the pace after they defeated Downend Flyers 4-0, Sam Drewery netting a brace along with Lucy Rothero and Harriet Howell. A win would have taken Frome Town top of the table but instead they were beaten 3-0 by Bristol Ladies Union, who recorded their first points of the season thanks to Polly Wardle, Jenny Frost and Leilah King.
 
Keynsham Town Development have opened up a lead of four points at the top of the Eastern Division after Sophie Freeman and Hannah Sims gave them a 2-0 victory over Cheltenham Civil Service. Forest Green Rovers Res are second following their 3-0 success at Ilminster Town, goals coming from Becki Hobbs, Rosie Dimery and Sian Towler. Yeovil Town Intermediate and Poole Town occupy the next two places after battling out a 1-1 draw, Imogen Fisher on target for Yate and Poole replying through Sam Gubb. Oldland Abbotonians meanwhile recorded their first win of the season, a solitary strike from Jess Morgan giving them the points against Ash Rangers.
 
Charlestown regained the leadership of the Western Division with a 5-1 win at Dobwalls, Tori Marks hitting a hat-trick with Lauren Bennett and Angelee Robinson adding the others. Plympton Ladies are a point behind after beating Launceston 4-1 with goals from Summer Taylor (2), Stacey Jeffery and Sam Metters. Exeter & Tedburn Rangers meanwhile won in the league for the first time, 1-0 against Callington Town. 
 
Southern Region League
Milton Keynes City are setting a hot pace in the Premier Division and lead by six points after winning 3-0 at Oxford City. Julianne Gadsby netted twice and Catalina Costas was also on target. Marlow are now in second after an Abi Canvin hat-trick, Hannah Masters, Sara-Jane Scammell, Clare Rogers and Natalie Barette scored the goals in their 7-0 victory over Mansfield Road. Louise Williamson (2), Amy McNab, Caroline Harkness and an own goal gave Newbury Ladies a 5-0 win against Banbury Utd whilst Bracknell Town defeated Woodley Utd 2-1 courtesy of Laura Wallman and Samantha Tan.
 
Tower Hill went top of Division One by scoring six times without reply past New Forest, Lisa Freeman was on target twice along with Ellen Hopkins, Sarah Snowdon, Anna Corney Riera and Samantha Bevan-Talbot. They lead on goal difference from Chesham Utd who beat Team Solent 1-0 with a goal from Sarah Hazell. Wycombe Wanderers and Winchester City Flyers fought out a 5-5 draw, Amelia Cutler hitting a hat-trick along with Kayleigh Moss and Emma Turner to help Winchester preserve their unbeaten record. Southampton Women belatedly opened their season with a 9-2 victory over Fleet Town, spearheaded by a four-goal haul from Laura Gilbank. Sheree Bell-Jack weighed in with a treble and there was one apiece from Karleen Hellard and Jennie McGill. Ascot Utd claimed their first victory, 5-1 against Andover New Street thanks to a Lucy Holzman-Clarke hat-trick, Lauren Broadhurst and Lucie Kroutliova. 
 
West Midlands League
Wrockwardine Wood's excellent start to the new campaign is showing no signs of slowing down and they head the Premier Division by three after winning 3-1 at Wednesfield Town. Crusaders beat Lye Town 2-0 to move into second place, ahead of Kingshurst Sporting Club who went down to a 4-1 defeat at Leamington Lions. TNS Ladies made sure of keeping in touch with the teams above them by defeating Walsall 5-2.
 
Division One North leaders Burton Albion won 6-0 against Florence to preserve their two point advantage over second placed Stockingford AA Pavilion, who were 4-2 victors at Bilbrook. Shrewsbury Juniors follow on after beating Atherstone Ladies 3-1 whilst Shrewsbury Town and Stone Dominoes finished level at 1-1.
 
Coundon Court won 5-0 against Malvern Town to stay two points clear in Division One South from Solihull Ladies Res, who beat Redditch Utd 3-2. Coventry Development are still 100% after their 4-0 success over Kenilworth Town but Worcester Utd were surprised 2-1 at home to Marston Green, who registered their first victory.

 
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