Share page on Social Media: f Share t G+ find us on Twitter: @wssmagnews
Women's Football News
East Midlands League
Mansfield Town won 9-0 away to Grimsby Borough to remain one point ahead at the top of the Premier Division. Second placed Bedworth Utd meanwhile made it six victories on the trot when beating Notts County Development 4-1. Kirsty Farnsworth led the scoring with a hat-trick and Sophie Wilson was also on target. On Wednesday night, Precious Hamilton bagged a five-goal haul with Michelle Kilmarton and Cara Newton adding the others as Long Eaton Utd won 7-1 at Notts County Development.
Mansfield Hosiery Mills are back on top of Division One North after Amy Jones and Beth Wilcockson gave them a 2-1 victory over Sleaford Town. They replace Ollerton Town who were beaten 3-1 by fellow challengers Winterton Rangers for whom Emily Wright, Alex McNeive and Lindsey Hughes were on the scoresheet. Sandiacre Town cemented themselves in the top half by winning 2-0 against Cleethorpes Town.
No matches were played in Division One South on Sunday.
Eastern Region League
Billericay Town were unable to take a chance to return to the top of the Premier Division when they went down to a 2-1 defeat at Brentwood Town. Ashley Debnam and Jessica Mills netted the goals for Brentwood, with Billericay replying through Marie Barker. Emma Squirrell grabbed the only goal of the game as third placed AFC Sudbury who won 1-0 away to Great Wakering. Kemina Webber hit a hat-trick and Amber Pearson the other as AFC Dunstable defeated Colchester Town 4-0.
The top two in Division One East both recorded victories to keep up the pace with maximum points from five games. Writtle continue to lead on goal difference after beating Ipswich Wanderers 5-1, Courtney Clarke and Sophie Vale each netting twice along with Mia Brisley. Jodie Osbourne and Lynsey Bowman were the markswomen for Silver End as they won 2-0 against Long Melford.
Hutton have gone three points clear in Division One West after winning 2-1 away to Sawbridgeworth Town, Katie Lowen scoring both of their goals. Offley & Stopsley replaced Royston Town in third place by beating them 2-1.
London & South East League
AFC Wimbledon notched up another win as they continue to stretch the pace as leaders. Jess Trimnell scored twice along with Zoe Clifford, Linsey Clarke, Rebecca Sargent and Jordanne Hoesli-Atkins to hand the Dons a 6-0 victory over Aylesford which preserves their lead of four points. Second placed Carshalton Athletic narrowly got the better of a much tighter affair, edging out Camden Town by the odd goal in nine. Laura Curtis hit a hat-trick for Carshalton and she was joined on the scoresheet by Ella Bale and Lisa Cafferky. Leyton Orient ran out 6-1 winners away to Eastbourne Town, goals coming from Jasmine Campbell (2), Belen Ripoli Douton (2), Hayley Barton and Naomi Stirling. Crawley Wasps meanwhile defeated Bexhill Utd with a goal apiece from Rebecca Carter, Jade Simmons, Toni Smith, Gemma Villette and Rebekah Dunt.
North East League
Holly Findlay and Brittany Sanderson both scored hat-tricks as league leaders Barnsley won 8-0 against Wetherby Athletic. Charley Evans and Drew Greene rounded off the scoring for their side who are now two points clear at the top from Scunthorpe & Bottesford, whose steady climb up the table has now taken them into second place. Yasmin Chand, Laura Green and Rebecca Hornsey were all on target to give in-form Scunthorpe a 3-1 victory over Hessle Town.
With Northern Division leaders Gateshead Rutherford Ravens not in action, their advantage was trimmed to two points by Durham Cestria who won 3-1 against Prudhoe Town with strikes from Sophie Tierney, Leanne Bates and Jessica Ellison. Gabrielle Wordsworth and Kirsty Lynch gave Redcar Town a 2-1 victory over Lowick Utd whilst Easingwold Town won for the first time, 7-2 against York City Res thanks to a four-goal haul by Sophie Simpson, plus a Bobby Barwick hat-trick.
Farsley Celtic have inched further clear in the Southern Division, now heading the table by six points following their 2-0 victory over Sheffield Wednesday, given to them by Ellie Swinhoe and Clare Parker. Oughtibridge are up into second after Annie Longmore (2) and Lauren Turner scored in their 3-1 win against Doncaster Belles (Women's), replacing Handsworth who crashed to a 4-1 defeat at the hands of Ossett Albion. Chloe Giles scored a hat-trick and Gemma Patterson the other for Ossett. Demi-Jo Watson (2) and Amy Ward were on target for Westella & Willerby as they beat Rovers Foundation Ladies 3-2 and a solitary strike from Karly Salter earned Malet Lambert YC the points against Harrogate Railway.
North West League
Bolton Wanderers kept their challenge on track with a 2-1 victory over City of Manchester, which moves them level on points with second placed Burnley Girls & Ladies. Manchester Stingers meanwhile ran out 7-3 winners over Birkenhead, a result which takes them into fifth place.
In Division One South, Merseyrail Bootle would have gone top of the table with a victory but they remain in second place after going down to a 3-2 defeat at the hands of FC United of Manchester. There were plenty of goals on offer at Liverpool City Community but it was visitors Mersey Girls who went home with the points and a 7-5 victory. Altrincham lifted themselves off the bottom of the table, thanks to a 5-1 success against Winsford.
South West League
In the only Premier Division match to beat the weather, Bristol Ladies Union climbed out of the bottom two by beating Middlezoy Rovers 6-1. Cheryl Baber led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Jen Atherton, Jennifer Frost and Chelsea Heal.
There was a change of leadership in the Eastern Division with Yeovil Town Intermediate taking over at the top following their 7-0 victory over Ilminster Town. Hannah Eglon and Olivia Watts were each on target twice along with Nicole Brown, Imogen Fisher and Harriet King.
All matches in the Western Division were postponed.
Southern Region League
League leaders Milton Keynes City's winning start to the season was brought to a halt when they were held to a goalless draw by Banbury Utd. They remain six points ahead after the clash between their two nearest rivals, Basingstoke Town and Oxford City, also ended with honours even. Lindsey Beverley was on target for Basingstoke, with Oxford replying through Rachel Mariam in the 1-1 draw. Newbury Ladies defeated Woodley Utd 3-0 to go fourth, goals coming from Ellernore Reed, Rakel Gunnlaugsdottir and Kendall Gilmour.
The Division One table has been re-calculated following the resignation of New Forest but Chesham Utd are still nine points clear, despite going down to their first defeat of the season, 3-0 at the hands of Winchester City Flyers. Hannah Chaffey, Amelia Cutler and Lauren Sessions were all on target for Winchester. Team Solent meanwhile scored nine without reply against Andover New Street, Philippa Holden and Natasha Kenny each netting four times and Emily Crook joining them on the scoresheet.
West Midlands League
The top of the table clash in the Premier Division went the way of leaders Crusaders, who defeated Wrockwardine Wood. Crusaders continue to head the table by four points but this time from Kingshurst Sporting Club, who moved up into second place with a 9-2 victory away to Wednesfield Town.
In Division One North, Shrewsbury Juniors won 7-2 against Stockingford AA Pavilion to go level on points with table toppers Burton Albion. At the other end of the table, Atherstone Ladies won a goal laden affair to register their first points of the season, beating Wyrley Ladies 9-5.
Worcester Utd have gone level on points with Division One South leaders Coundon Court following their 5-1 victory away to Wyre Forest Phoenix. Droitwich Spa also won 5-1 against Redditch Utd, whilst Kenilworth Town edged out Malvern Town by the odd goal in five.
Women's Soccer Scene Media ©
on mobile wssNews.co.uk
Women's Sport Search
|Total page reads:|