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East Midlands League
The only game played in the Premier Division on Sunday was the top of the table clash between Mansfield Town and Bedworth Utd, and it was Bedworth who held on to the leadership with a 3-1 victory, going three points clear in the process. Sophie Douglas scored two of the goals and Kirsty Farnsworth the other, with Jemma Douglas replying for the home side.
Lincoln Moorlands Railway had the better of an extraordinary 6-5 scoreline and this has taken them to the top of Division One North. Chloe Winchester hit a hat-trick for the new leaders, Lauren Churcher added two and Roxanne Clark was also on target. Lucy Ferris was on target four times and Kerry Keeling contributed a hat-trick in Sandiacre Town's victory over Teversal, the tally being completed by Rebecca Turgoose, Natalie Loughenbury, Joanne Hill, Hayley Farrar and Victoria Downing. Cleethorpes Town won for the first time, Natasha Johnson's brace and Rebecca Dent giving them a 3-2 success away to Alfreton Town.
Moulton Ladies continue to set the pace in Division One South, staying three points clear by beating Corby S & L 8-3. Emma Dunmore scored a hat-trick along with Simone Cook (2), Charlotte Penney (2) and Jessica Noble. Samantha Hargrave, Samantha Rhodes and Nikki Lidgett each scored twice as Oadby & Wigston Dynamo went second with a 6-0 victory over Loughborough Students (2006). Jade Miller was on target for Raunds Town in their 1-1 draw against AFC Leicester, who netted through Jamie Elday.
Eastern Region League
The sad demise of Leverstock Green has forced a recalculation of the Premier Division table but Billericay Town are still in pole position and held on to top spot on Sunday with a 3-0 win away to AFC Dunstable, thanks to a goal apiece from Nicole Farmer, Vicky Kinsman and Lucy Wyatt. Stevenage Ladies stay one point behind after winning the other game 5-1 against Brentwood Town. Nicole Perschsky led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Amy Notschild and Emma Thomas.
In Division One East, Silver End moved themselves level on points with leaders Writtle with a 3-2 win away to Ipswich Wanderers. Roxanne Gardner, Rebecca Hollocks and Lynsey Bowman were all on target for Silver End. Little Thurrock Dynamos meanwhile defeated Long Melford 6-1 to move into third place.
Royston Town ascended to the top of Division One West after Amie Jones and Samantha Tinsley earned them a 2-0 win away to Hoddesdon Owls. Hutton are in the top three after beating Offley & Stopsley 2-1, Rianne Dimmock and Ebony Moore were on target.
Gemma Carter bagged a hat-trick and Emma Boreham was also on target as Bury Town defeated Stevenage Ladies Res 4-2 to progess in the League Cup.
London & South East League
Carshalton Athletic moved themselves to within one point of the leadership after they won 1-0 against Bexhill Utd, Ella Bale scoring the only goal of the game late on. This was to be the solitary goal of the day as the other match between Eastbourne Town and Aylesford finished in a goalless draw.
North East League
Barnsley are still setting the pace following their 5-0 victory over York City. Brittany Sanderson was on target twice for the leaders along with Holly Findlay, Drew Greene and Sue Elrington. Hessle Town stay one point of the pace after notching up a crushing 9-1 win away to Castleford White Rose. Sian Bentley, Jessica Derbyshire, Jasmine Read and Rebecca Shipp all netted doubles and Jade Collier completed the scoring. Scunthorpe & Bottesford moved back into the top half by beating Sheffield Utd Community 3-1, thanks to Sue Hunsley (2) and Rachel Grimbleby. Ashley Lambert and an own goal secured Tynedale their first point with a 2-2 draw against Wakefield, for whom Danielle Biglin scored both.
BYPC are five points clear in the Northern Division after recording their sixth straight win, 2-1 against previously unbeaten Blyth Town Lions with goals from Tammy Foster and Elisha Jones. Durham Cestria stay second after sharing a 3-3 draw with Redcar Town, for whom Jo Garvey (2) and Kirsty Lynch were on target. Sophie Tierney, with a brace, and Stephanie Stafford replied for Durham. Gateshead Rutherford Ravens preserved their 100% record as they defeated Easingwold Town 7-1, Elizabeth Campbell and Lynsey Wilkinson each hitting hat-tricks with Kody Green adding the other. Lauren Cannell, Kelly Loughhead, Samantha Garcia and Eleanor Oakenfold were all on the scoresheet as Prudhoe Town ran out 4-1 winners at Birtley Town.
Ellie Swinhoe grabbed the only goal of the game as Farsley Celtic went four points ahead in the Southern Division by winning 1-0 against Rovers Foundation Ladies. Courts City are in the top three following their goalless draw with Malet Lambert YC, moving ahead of Sheffield Wednesday who were beaten 3-1 by Harrogate Railway, Nicola Hadley scoring twice along with Chloe Elphick. Nicola Swift (2) and Kimberly Nallon were the markswomen for Ossett Albion in their 3-2 victory over Doncaster Belles (Women's).
North West League
No change at the top of the Premier Division where Crewe Alexandra won 4-0 away to Northwich Vixens to maintain their lead of three points from Burnley Girls & Ladies, who also recorded a 4-0 victory at Birkenhead. City of Manchester were a third team to win 4-0, against Blackpool to make it two victories on the trot whilst Manchester Stingers were able to go one better, scoring five times without reply past Curzon Ashton.
PNE Development are still on top of Division One North despite going down to their first defeat of the season, beaten 1-0 by local rivals Preston North End Ladies. CMB Ladies meanwhile replaced Kendal Town in second by defeating them 2-0. Carlisle Utd suffered a 3-1 reverse at home to Leigh RMI and lost a little ground but do stay fourth, narrowly ahead of Middleton Athletic who won 3-1 away to Bury Girls & Ladies.
There was better luck for Division One South leaders Ellesmere Port Town as they won 6-1 against Liverpool City Community, keeping themselves one point in front of Merseyrail Bootle, who beat FC United of Manchester 2-0 to go second. Warrington Wolverines lost for the first time, 2-1 to Winsford who join them on seven points. Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res were 2-0 winners over Altrincham and Mersey Girls won for the first time, 7-1 away to AFC Urmston Meadowside.
South West League
Torquay Utd hold on to the leadership of the Premier Division despite being held to a 2-2 draw by Middlezoy Rovers, who picked up their first point of the campaign. Danielle Wyatt scored both goals for Torquay, with Middlezoy replying through a brace from Natasha Windsor. Frome Town moved themselves level on points with the leaders after Alison Bryant and Amy Laws earned them a 2-1 win away to Downend Flyers.
With Eastern Division table toppers Keynsham Town Development not playing, Yeovil Town Intermediate narrowed the gap on them to two points with a 2-0 success at Ash Rangers, Claire Goodson and Olivia Watts scoring. Kelly Churchley scored twice and Gemma Riley the other as Cheltenham Civil Service won 3-1 against Oldland Abbotonians, who replied through Leanne Burge. Team Mendip occupy the mid-table position after beating Ilminster Town 4-1, Ellie Roberts bagging a hat-trick and Amy Clark the other.
Amber Hadrill, Tori Marks and Morgen Kent scored the goals as Charlestown won 3-0 against Exeter & Tedburn Rangers to maintain their one point lead in the Western Division from Plympton Ladies, who beat Newquay Celtic 3-2 thanks to Emily Hollister, Summer Taylor and Maisie Williams. Alphington stay close at hand in third after they defeated Launceston 2-0. Kat Marment netted Callington Town's goal in their 1-1 draw with Illogan Ladies, who replied through Debbie Duncan.
Southern Region League
Only one match was played in the Premier Division on Sunday but it turned out to be a good day for Woodley Utd, who picked up their first points of the season when beating Banbury Utd 2-1. Bonnie Messitt and Rosie Page-Smith scored their goals, with Zoe Boote replying.
Samantha Bevan-Talbot netted twice, with Lisa Freeman and Sarah Snowdon adding the others, as Tower Hill beat Andover New Street 4-2 to retain the leadership of Division One on goal difference from Chesham Utd, who were 4-3 winners over Fleet Town. Amelia Cutler was on target six times and Kayleigh Moss added a further four for third placed Winchester City Flyers in their emphatic win over New Forest. Beth Norman hit a hat-trick with Emma Turner (2), Hannah Chaffey and Charlotte Warhurst rounding off the scoring. Christina O'Connor and Hannah Banyard both bagged hat-tricks and Emma Neuberry added the other for Wycombe Wanderers as they beat Ascot Utd 7-0.
West Midlands League
Crusaders won 5-2 against Kingshurst Sporting Club to move themselves level on points with Premier Division leaders Wrockwardine Wood. Knowle scored seven times without reply against Leamington Lions and are up into mid-table. Walsall meanwhile claimed a valuable 3-2 success away to Wednesfield Town which moves them out of the bottom two.
Stockingford AA Pavilion notched up a 12-1 win against Florence which sees them take over as the new leaders of Division One North ahead of Burton Albion, who were on Cup duty, and Shrewsbury Juniors who defeated Bilbrook 4-2. Wyrley Ladies played only their second league game and picked up their first win, 5-1 against Atherstone Ladies.
Coundon Court's impressive start to the season in Division One South is showing no signs of slowing down and their 5-2 win away to Marston Green sees them stretch their lead to three points from Worcester Utd, who beat Redditch Utd 3-1. Solihull Ladies Res and Rubery Ladies occupy the next two positions after they battled out a 1-1 draw. Wyre Forest Phoenix won 3-1 away to Folly Lane whilst Kenilworth Town were 3-2 winners over Droitwich Spa.
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