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East Midlands League
The only action in the league on Sunday took place in Division One South and it saw Riverside LFC and Raunds Town share the spoils with a 3-3 draw. Clare Knibbs was on target twice for Riverside and Annie Posnett added the other, while Raunds replied through a Hayley Griffiths brace and Leah Stacey.
Eastern Region League
Haringey Borough lifted themselves up into fourth place in the Premier Division, thanks to a 2-1 victory away to AFC Dunstable. Klesha Darroux and Ellena Finneran netted the goals for Haringey, with Dunstable's consolation coming from Amber Pearson.
The two teams who started the day in the top two places in Division One West came face to face and the points were shared with Hutton and Stevenage Ladies Res finishing level at 1-1. Aisling O'Hara was on target for Hutton and Stevenage replied through Kelly Hannington. Hutton therefore lead the table by two points from Offley & Stopsley, who defeated Sawbridgeworth Town 1-0.
London & South East League
A 1-1 draw away to Camden Town has taken Leyton Orient up into third place in the table. Eleni Savva gave Camden a first half lead with Lizzie Tucker levelling matters after the break. The other game to be played on Sunday also culminated in a 1-1 draw, Carshalton Athletic sharing the points with Fulham FC Foundation, goals coming from Rebekah Dunt and Helen Ogle respectively.
North East League
One match managed to go ahead in the league on the weekend and it took place in the Southern Division. Harrogate Railway joined a clutch of teams on ten points by winning 2-1 away to Rovers Foundation Ladies, Nicola Hadley netting both of their goals with Gemma Harte replying.
North West League
Curzon Ashton remain at the foot of the Premier Division but they continued their improving form by 2-2 with one of the teams immediately above them, Blackpool. Amy Smith scored both goals for Curzon.
In Division One South, FC United of Manchester are now in third place following their 3-1 success at Warrington Wolverines. Liverpool City Ladies Community made sure that their stay at the bottom was only a brief one, thanks to a 4-1 victory over AFC Urmston Meadowside. They are now level on points with Altrincham who drew 3-3 with Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res.
South West League
Charlestown further extended their lead at the top of the Western Division to eight points after they scored six times without reply past Newquay Celtic. Tori Marks led the scoring with a hat-trick, Amber Hadrill weighed in with a brace and Laura Barrett was also on target. The only other game in the league to survive the bad weather was at Dobwalls where visitors Launceston came away with their first win of the season. Chloe Williams grabbed both goals to give her side a 2-1 victory, with Dobwalls' consolation coming from Laura Hilleson-Perrett.
Southern Region League
Newbury Ladies' steady climb up the table has taken them into second place. Ellernore Reed and Kendall Gilmour were on the scoresheet as Newbury won 2-1 away to Banbury Utd to give themselves a third success in four league games.
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