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East Midlands League
Premier Division leaders Bedworth Utd did not play on Sunday but their advantage was only trimmed to two points after Long Eaton Utd and Mansfield Town, the two teams immediately below them, battled out a 3-3 draw. Precious Hamilton (2) and Cara Newton netted for Long Eaton whilst Mansfield replied through Jemma Douglas, Jessica Machin and Marie Wayne. Mary Cameron (2), Samantha Clarke, Kathryn Collins, Kristie Pearman, Jody Scott and Jessica Waldrum were all on the scoresheet as Ellistown ran out 7-0 winners over Arnold Town. Rise Park defeated Grimsby Borough 2-0 thanks to Georgianne Herring and Natasha Murray, whilst a Laura Beckett brace earned Kettering Town their first point with a 2-2 draw against Notts County Development, who scored through Courtney Walters and Jasmin Bear.
Winterton Rangers head a quartet of clubs at the top of Division One North, leading the way on goal difference after Alex McNelve, Sophie Birkett, Lindsey Hughes and Emily Wright gave them a 4-0 win away to Alfreton Town. Mansfield Hosiery Mills are third behind Lincoln Moorlands Railway despite beating them 5-0, thanks to Amy Jones, Laura Markwell, Kathie Rees, Kelly Staples and an own goal. Sandiacre Town and Ruddington Village finished level at 2-2, Victoria Downing and Lucy Ferris scoring with Faye Brown and Jenna Yates replying. Hayley Brown (2) and Katie Brown gave Gedling Town a 3-2 success at Sleaford Town whilst Cleethorpes Town also won 3-2 against Teversal, courtesy of a goal apiece from Gemma Charlton, Alyssa Fussey and Claire Camburn.
Oadby & Wigston Dynamo were unable to take an opportunity to go level with Division One South leaders Moulton Ladies as they were beaten for the first time, 2-0 by Corby S & L for whom Rebecca Boath and Angela Charlton scored. Heather St Johns meanwhile picked up their second straight win, 2-0 against Loughborough Students (2006).
Eastern Region League
Brentwood Town are in third place in the Premier Division after they battled out a 3-3 draw with AFC Dunstable, who picked up their first point as a result. Danielle Butler, Leeanne Cox and Paidamoyo Dedza netted the goals for Brentwood. Lauren Bullard (2) and Jenna Thurtle were on target as Acle won for the first time, 3-1 against Colchester Town, and Great Wakering Rovers shared a 1-1 draw with Great Shelford, who scored through Natalie Shenton.
Writtle have gone two points clear in Division One East after Courtney Clarke, Charlotte Walker and Sophie Vale gave them a 3-1 win away to Ipswich Wanderers. Little Thurrock Dynamos are their nearest rivals in second place after beating West Billericay 1-0, Taylor Parrish scoring the only goal of the game.
London & South East League
Only one match was played in the league on Sunday but it turned out to be a good day for AFC Wimbledon, who extended their lead at the top to four points with a 3-0 victory over Herne Bay. Emma Keady scored either side of half time for the Dons and Jessica Trimnell added the third goal.
North East League
Whitley Bay claimed their first league win of the season when they defeated Boldon 1-0. A win would have taken Boldon into second place but instead, Sarah Bennett netted the only goal of the game to move Bay onto four points.
The top of the table clash in the Northern Division went the way of Durham Cestria, who inflicted a first defeat of the season on leaders BYPC. Leanne Bates hit a hat-trick and Rebecca Pears added the other goal for Durham who are now two points off the pace. Gateshead Rutherford Ravens are third after scoring seven times for the second week running, this time against Prudhoe Town. Elizabeth Campbell bagged a hat-trick, Autumn Colledge added a brace and there was one apiece from Julie Duggan and Lynsey Wilkinson.
North West League
Crewe Alexandra won 3-2 against Accrington Girls & Ladies to stretch their lead at the top of the Premier Division to six points. Wigan Athletic meanwhile maintained their good start by scoring seven without reply against Birkenhead, a result which takes them into third place. Northwich Vixens meanwhile won for the first time, 2-1 against Curzon Ashton.
Division One North leaders PNE Development came away from Workington Reds with a 2-1 victory under their belts and they continue to head the table by three points from Kendal Town, who went second by beating Leigh RMI 1-0. Preston North End Ladies won 2-0 against Stockport County Blues and are up into fourth place, just ahead of Penrith AFC who defeated Carlisle Utd 5-0.
Ellesmere Port Town won 2-1 away to Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res and have opened up a lead of four points at the top of Division One South. Winsford also triumphed 2-1 at Warrington Wolverines and this lifts them into third. At the other end of the table, Altrincham celebrated their first victory of the season when they defeated Mersey Girls 3-2.
South West League
Brislington have hit top spot in the Premier Division for the first time this season after winning 2-1 away to Marine Academy Plymouth. Georgia Vandries netted both of their goals with Sam Drewery replying for the home side. Kylie Allen and Lynsey Crewe were on target for Downend Flyers as they won for the first time, 2-0 against Middlezoy Rovers.
In the solitary match played in the Eastern Division leaders Keynsham Town Development extended their advantage at the top to five points with a 2-0 victory at Ilminster Town, thanks to Vicky Foxwell and an own goal.
Charlestown are three points clear in the Western Division after winning 4-2 away to Illogan Ladies whilst Alphington beat Newquay Celtic 2-1 and are now in second place. Kat Marment bagged herself a five-goal haul, with Jodie Shipton and an own goal completing a 7-1 victory for Callington Town over Launceston. Exeter & Tedburn Rangers are up into mid-table after running out 4-0 winners against Dobwalls.
Southern Region League
Team Solent moved into the top half of the Division One table after they defeated Wycombe Wanderers 4-2. Lauren Steers was on target twice along with Philippa Holden and Emma Pinner. Fleet Town meanwhile netted ten times without reply past Andover New Street, spearheaded by a four-goal haul from Kristina Wright. Joanne Harfield contributed a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Rae Roberts, Jody Baxter and Bwenti Magongo.
West Midlands League
Crusaders are the new leaders of the Premier Division following their 1-1 draw with TNS Ladies. They head the table by a point from previous table toppers Wrockwardine Wood, who went down to a 3-2 defeat at the hands of Knowle, and Kingshurst Sporting Club, 3-2 winners against Lye Town.
One match took place in Division One North, Shrewsbury Town winning 2-1 in their local derby against Shrewsbury Juniors, who remain in third place as a result.
In Division One South, Worcester Utd went level on points with leaders Coundon Court with a 4-1 victory over Solihull Ladies Res. Rubery Ladies meanwhile follow on in third place after they won 3-1 away to Malvern Town.
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