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 Women's Football News 30 Oct 2015
 
East Midlands League
Bedworth Utd defeated Arnold Town 5-1 to maintain their lead of two points in the Premier Division, Jodi Hunter netting four times along with Kirsty Farnsworth. Long Eaton Utd are now second on goal difference following a fourteen-goal blast against Grimsby Borough. Precious Hamilton was on target five times and Cara Newton bagged a hat-trick, with Michelle Kilmartin (2), Portia Badach, Chloe Dixon, Shannon Ryan and Amy White. Jemma Douglas meanwhile netted the only goal as Mansfield Town won 1-0 against Rise Park. Kettering Town won for the first time, 2-1 at Nettleham thanks to Mikaela Welford and Hollie Coulson.
 
Kathryn Standerline, Alex McNeive and Hayley Shaw scored the goals as Winterton Rangers beat Sandiacre Town 3-1 to stay top of Division One North on goal difference from Ollerton Town, 4-2 victors against Teversal with goals from Jessica Woffinden, Rachael Bell, Stacey Curzon and Charlotte McClaren. Lucy Wingad scored for third placed Lincoln Moorlands Railway in their 1-1 draw with Cleethorpes Town, who replied through Beth Sampson, whilst Ruddington Village and Mansfield Hosiery Mills also finished level at 1-1 with goals from Jenna Yates and Amy Dawson respectively. Sleaford Town netted eight times without reply at Lincoln Griffins, Amy Honeybun hitting a hat-trick along with Megan Collings (2), Ashleigh Eggington, Lauren Page and Ashleigh MacKenzie. Hayley Brown scored both for Gedling Town as they drew 2-2 with Alfreton Town, whose strikes came from Susan Daybell and Sara Gingell.
 
Division One South leaders Moulton Ladies did not play and they have been joined on nine points by Oadby & Wigston Dynamo, 2-1 winners at Riverside LFC thanks to Sophie Peace and Carly Pegg. Charlotte Cooper scored the only goal as third placed AFC Leicester beat Heather St Johns 1-0 whilst Maria Crisp-Hihn, Naomi Dauncey, Natasha Folwell and Abigail Lawman ensured that Raunds Town edged out Loughborough Students (2006) by the odd goal in seven. Rebecca Boath was on target for Corby S & L in their 1-1 draw with Rothwell Corinthians, whose goal came from Ashleigh Wills. 
 
Eastern Region League
Billericay Town held onto the leadership of the Premier Division with a 6-0 victory over Great Wakering Rovers. A Vicky Kinsman hat-trick, Nicole Farmer, Paris Smith and Lucy Wyatt ensured their team stayed one point ahead of Stevenage Ladies, who beat Brentwood Town 2-0. Anele Komani and Klesha Darroux scored the goals as Haringey Borough defeated AFC Sudbury 2-0 to go third. Colchester Town won 3-1 against AFC Dunstable, Megan Bamber, Alex Brewis-Shepherd and Kerry Stimson scoring, whilst Alison Wright was on target for Great Shelford in their 1-1 draw with Acle Ladies, who replied through Kelly Gray.
 
The one match in Division One East ended with honours even as Ipswich Wanderers and Long Melford shared a 1-1 draw, goals coming from Danielle Lynch and Sherral Williamson respectively.
 
Hutton defeated Royston Town 4-2 to replace them at the top of Division One West. A win would have taken Stevenage Ladies Res to the summit but they were beaten 4-3 by Sawbridgeworth Town, whose goals came from Dempsey Favell (2), Shannon Hardinges and Claire Poulton.
 
In the League Cup, Writtle got past Hoddesdon Owls with a 3-1 victory thanks to Courtney Clarke, Georgina Tricker and Sophie Vale. Abbie Simmonds hit a hat-trick and Georgia Fraser the other as Little Thurrock Dynamos edged out Bury Town by the odd goal in seven, after extra time. Silver End ran out 4-1 winners at Offley & Stopsley, their markswomen were Rebecca Hollocks (2), Alex Bailess and Lynsey Bowman, whilst an Aimee Pooley brace and Katy Judd fired West Billericay to a 3-0 success against Colney Heath. 
 
London & South East League
AFC Wimbledon maintained their four point lead at the top with a 2-1 victory over Crawley Wasps, Emma Keady and Kelly-Jade Whelan netting their goals. Carshalton Athletic continue to head the chasing teams after beating Aylesford 6-1, Laura Curtis was on target four times along with Ella Bale and Lisa Cafferky. Harriet Chapman and Daniella Farmer gave Herne Bay a 2-0 win against Fulham FC Foundation and this result has taken them into third place. Frankie Stone netted two and Nicolle Houston the other for Camden Town in their 3-2 success at Bexhill Utd whilst Sophie Le Marchand, Belen Ripoli Douton and Egle Trezzi were all on the scoresheet as Leyton Orient defeated Eastbourne Town 3-1. 
 
North East League
Leaders Barnsley were held to a 1-1 draw by Whitley Bay, Brittany Sanderson scoring their goal with Steph Ord replying, and they continue to head the table by a single point from Hessle Town who shared eight goals with Sheffield Utd Community. Tania Marsden hit a hat-trick and Sophie Bell the other for the Blades, while Hessle replied through Sian Bentley, Adelle Briggs, Shannon Welsh and an own goal. Beth Clayton, Ellie Harding, Sara Renfrew and Rebecca Dawson scored the goals for third placed York City in their 4-2 victory over Wakefield, they are just ahead of Scunthorpe & Bottesford who won 4-1 against Wetherby Athletic thanks to Sue Hunsley (2), Yasmin Chand and Rebecca Hornsey. Tynedale meanwhile won for the first time, 5-3 over Castleford White Rose. Ashley Lambert was on target twice along with Kate Hepple, Christine Murray and Siobhan Owens.
 
Gateshead Rutherford Ravens replaced BYPC at the top of the Northern Division by beating them 2-0, goals coming from Autumn Colledge and Laura Foad. Catherine Johnston (2), Kelly Loughhead and Eleanor Oakenfold all scored to hand Prudhoe Town a 4-1 victory at Redcar Town whilst Lowick Utd defeated Birtley Town by the same scoreline with strikes from Stephanie Hay (2), Katherine Russell and Lynn Anderson.
 
Despite goals from Dee Swales and Helen Gresty, Southern Division leaders Farsley Celtic were held to a 2-2 draw by Courts City, who scored through Chelsea Bailey and Demi Thomas. They lead by four points from Sheffield Wednesday who went second by beating Malet Lambert YC 5-3, Annalise Carroll netting twice along with Kathryn Mudge, Jade Rabjohn and Ellis Ridge. Jade Richards, Katie Denton and Chloe Tattershall were all on the scoresheet for Handsworth as they shared a 3-3 draw with Harrogate Railway, whose goals came from Nicola Hadley (2) and Chloe Elphick. Amy Milner netted two and Caroline Wood the other for Rovers Foundation Ladies in their 3-2 success against Doncaster Belles (Women's) and Ossett Albion defeated Westella & Willerby 4-0 thanks to a Nicola Swift hat-trick and Chloe Giles. 
 
North West League
Crewe Alexandra stay six points clear at the top of the Premier Division after they scored ten without reply against Birkenhead whilst second placed Burnley Girls & Ladies beat Blackpool 6-1. Bolton Wanderers complete a trio of teams still sporting 100% records following their 2-0 win away to Wigan Athletic, a result which sees them replace their opponents in third place. Manchester Stingers were 4-0 victors against Northwich Vixens whilst Blackburn Community returned to the top half following their 2-1 success against City of Manchester. At the other end of the table, Curzon Ashton claimed their first point of the season by sharing a 3-3 draw with Accrington Girls & Ladies.
 
No change at the top of Division One North either, where PNE Development won 4-3 against Stockport County Blues to retain their lead of three points over Kendal Town, who beat Workington Reds 3-2. CMB Ladies defeated Middleton Athletic 4-1 and stay close at hand in third place. Preston North End Ladies came away from Bury Girls & Ladies with a 2-1 victory under their belts. Penrith AFC scored six without reply against Cumbrian rivals Carlisle Utd and Haslingden were 3-0 winners over Leigh RMI.
 
Division One South table toppers Ellesmere Port Town won 4-0 against Mersey Girls and this means that they stay four points in front of Merseyrail Bootle, who scored seven times away to Altrincham. Woolton Ladies made it four wins out of four when beating Winsford 4-2 and they replace them in third place. FC United of Manchester moved themselves out of the bottom two when running out 5-0 winners over Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res. 
 
South West League
Brislington are continuing to stretch the pace in the Premier Division and they now lead the table by three points after winning 3-0 against Frome Town, thanks to a goal apiece from Chloe Rogers, Georgia Vandries and Abbie Southway. The two newly promoted sides are their nearest rivals, Bishop's Lydeard beating Downend Flyers to slot into second place. Sophie Buck and Holly Miller each scored twice for Lydeard with Amy Clegg, Dawna Dennett and Rosie Williams also on target. Sam Drewery had a great day in front of goal for Marine Academy Plymouth, scoring four times and Hayley Ranachan adding the other as they won 5-1 away to Bristol Ladies Union.
 
Yeovil Town Intermediate moved to within two points of Eastern Division leaders Keynsham Town Development, thanks to a 4-2 win away to previously unbeaten Forest Green Rovers Res. Harriet King was on target twice along with Imogen Fisher and Olivia Watts. Team Mendip meanwhile moved into the top three after beating Cheltenham Civil Service 5-2. Ilminster Town won for the first time, 2-1 against Oldland Abbotonians with goals from Chelsea Board and Jade Shoemark, Jess Morgan replying.
 
Charlestown power on at the top of the Western Division, scoring nine without reply past Launceston to extend their lead to five points. Tori Marks spearheaded the win by netting six times, and there was one apiece from Amber Hadrill, Chloe Harris and Morgen Kent. Their two nearest rivals, Alphington and Plympton Ladies, battled out a 1-1 draw with goals from Laura Burwood and Summer Taylor respectively. Emma Anderson, Kate Bourn, Jodie Shipton, Peyton-Rose Ringham and Katy Sheffield were on the scoresheet as Callington Town defeated Newquay Celtic 5-0 and Dobwalls were 3-1 winners over Illogan Ladies, courtesy of a goal each from Sam Blake-Valerio, Kay Lewis and Michelle Rysdale. 
 
Southern Region League
League leaders Milton Keynes City progressed in the League Cup with a 7-1 victory over Team Solent. Julianne Gadsby and Catalina Costas each netted twice with Lynsey Patmore, Emily Mann and an own goal completing the tally. Fleet Town produced the result of the day when Joanne Harfield (2), Rebecca Niblett and Katie Jones gave them a 4-0 win against Newbury Ladies. Basingstoke Town won 3-1 at Bracknell Town thanks to Lindsey Beverley (2) and Katie Randell whilst Marlow were 5-1 victors over Woodley Utd. Oxford City netted eight without reply past Tower Hill, Heather Young and Amy Pipe hitting doubles along with Jane Younger, Laura Allsop, Danielle Anderson and Melissa Farrow. Amelia Cutler scored five times, with Louisa Castle, Kayleigh Moss, Charlotte Warhurst, Kate Beecraft and Lauren Session adding the others for Winchester City Flyers as they defeated Ascot Utd 10-1.
 
In the only Premier Division match to be played, Mansfield Road climbed off the bottom when goals from Lucie Bowden and Holly Bridge gave them a 2-0 win away to Banbury Utd.
 
Chesham Utd are the new leaders of Division One after they ran out 8-1 winners over Andover New Street. Chantelle O'Grady and Katie Squire each netted twice and the tally was rounded off by Laura Barton, Natasha Sandalls, Natasha Smith and Sian Williams. 
 
West Midlands League
A 3-0 victory away to Walsall has kept Crusaders on top of the Premier Division, one point ahead of second placed Wrockwardine Wood who won 2-1 at Leamington Lions. TNS Ladies remain close at hand in fourth place after beating Kingshurst Sporting Club 7-1. At the other end of the table, Lye Town are off the bottom following their 4-1 victory over Knowle.
 
In Division One North, leaders Stockingford AA Pavilion edged out Atherstone Ladies by the odd goal in seven to preserve their one point lead over Burton Albion, 7-1 winners against Shrewsbury Juniors. Stone Dominoes meanwhile kept up their unbeaten start with a 5-1 success over Wyrley Ladies.
 
Coundon Court made it seven wins out of seven in Division One South, defeating Redditch Utd 7-0 to stay top on goal difference from Worcester Utd, who won 3-1 against Rubery Ladies. Solihull Ladies Res now head the chasing teams after they triumphed 4-1 away to Wyre Forest Phoenix. Coventry Development conceded points for the first time when they were held to a 1-1 draw by Marston Green. Kenilworth Town won 10-1 against Folly Lane whilst Droitwich Spa and Malvern Town shared four goals, the latter earning their first point of the season.

 
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