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East Midlands League
Long Eaton Utd replaced Mansfield Town at the top of the Premier Division after beating them 2-1. Precious Hamilton and Cara Newton were on target for the new leaders, with Marie Wayne replying. Meanwhile at the other end of the table, Arnold Town are off the bottom after winning for the first time, 7-1 against Grimsby Borough. Molly Parker hit a hat-trick with Jenny Lorimer (2), Emily Nelis and Natasha Leach adding the others.
One match was played in Division One North, between two teams with promotion aspirations. It was Gedling Town who emerged as 4-1 winners over Winterton Rangers, Hayley Brown scoring twice along with Louisa Payne and Jenna Stocks.
There was a change of leadership in Division One South with AFC Leicester taking over at the top following their 3-0 victory over Rothwell Corinthians. Georgia Harris, Jamie Elday and Charlotte Cooper netted their goals. Naomi Morton, Morgan Murphy, Sarah Palmer and Rebecca Neill were all on the scoresheet as Loughborough Students (2006) recorded their first win, 4-1 against Heather St Johns.
Eastern Region League
Premier Division leaders Stevenage Ladies extended their advantage to five points with a 3-0 win away to Haringey Borough. Hannah Marshall, Alex North and Nicole Perschsky were all on target as Stevenage made it eight wins from eight games. Colchester Town meanwhile moved above Brentwood Town in the table after beating them 2-0, thanks to Alex Brewis-Shephard and an own goal. AFC Dunstable continue to improve and are out of the bottom two after Amber Pearson (2) and Charlotte South gave them a 3-1 victory over Great Shelford.
The top two remain neck and neck in Division One East, Writtle keeping themselves in top spot on goal difference following their 3-1 success against Long Melford, earned by goals from Abigail Fry, Amy Simmons and Sophie Vale. Silver End also kept up their 100% record as they also won 3-1, at the expense of West Billericay. Lindsey Cowell, Rebecca Hollocks and Lynsey Bowman were the markswomen to keep their side hard on Writtle's heels. Ipswich Wanderers moved into third after Tarnya McKew, Leanne Parker and Kristie Turner gave them a 3-2 victory over Bury Town.
In Division One West, leaders Hutton were held to a 1-1 draw by Colney Heath, who registered their first point of the season. Royston Town meanwhile lifted themselves into the top three on the back of a 3-0 win against Stevenage Ladies Res.
London & South East League
AFC Wimbledon are now seven points clear following their 5-0 victory over Aylesford. Libby Suchley netted two of the goals while Rebecca Sargent, Jordanne Hoesli-Atkins and Emma Keady were also on target. Second placed Carshalton Athletic meanwhile crashed to a 4-0 defeat at home to Camden Town, for whom Eleftheria Taladianou hit a hat-trick and Frankie Stone added the other goal. Jasmine Campbell bagged a hat-trick along with Sophie Le Marchand and Heather Staff for Leyton Orient as they defeated Bexhill Utd 5-0 to remain in third, just ahead of London Corinthians who won 4-0 against Crawley Wasps with goals from Danielle Harrison (2), Emily Hart and Holly Ryde. Helen Ogle, Jade Pilley and Verity Snow were all on the scoresheet for Fulham FC Foundation in their 3-0 victory over Eastbourne Town.
North East League
Barnsley continue to set the pace in the Premier Division after scoring seven without reply against Wakefield. Darcie Greene and Brittany Sanderson each netted twice for the leaders along with Charley Evans, Rebecca Hale and Kathryn Smith.
In the Southern Division, Sheffield Wednesday replaced Oughtibridge in second place by winning their clash 4-3, thanks to a goal apiece from Annalise Carroll, Emily Higgins, Ellis Ridge and Mercy Darkoah. Courts City are a further point adrift following their 3-1 victory over Doncaster Belles (Women's), goals coming from Demi Thomas (2) and Emily Butler. Handsworth lost ground whilst Malet Lambert YC climbed out of the bottom two by beating them 3-2, Katie Rowland, Karly Salter and Ellie Shepherd were all on target.
North West League
Crewe Alexandra are ten points ahead after recording their ninth straight win, 5-0 against Birkenhead. Burnley Girls & Ladies remain unbeaten in second place but lost a little ground when sharing a 5-5 draw with City of Manchester. Blackpool meanwhile moved away from the bottom two following an important 6-2 victory over Curzon Ashton.
In Division One North, Kendal Town went level on points with leaders PNE Development after winning 2-0 against Cumbrian rivals Penrith AFC. Bury Girls & Ladies recorded their second victory of the season, 3-0 over Workington Reds.
Ellesmere Port Town have opened up a lead of four points at the top of Division One South following their 3-2 win against Winsford. In the other game, Warrington Wolverines replaced FC United of Manchester in third after beating them 1-0.
South West League
The only action in the league over the weekend took place in the Eastern Division, where Team Mendip maintained third position with a 3-2 win over Cheltenham Civil Service, given to them by a hat-trick from Ellie Roberts. Rebecca Yeo was another hat-trick scorer, for Poole Town as they defeated Forest Green Rovers Res 7-2. Jessica Fowell, Faye Hawkins, Katie Paul and Sacha Paynter weighed in with the other goals for the Dorset side.
Southern Region League
Basingstoke Town replaced Newbury Ladies in second place and narrowed the gap on leaders Milton Keynes City to three points after defeating them 5-0. Lauren Butler, Charlie Fry, Josette Pearmine, Katie Randell and Zoe Saunders all scored a goal apiece for Basingstoke. Woodley Utd are off the bottom of the table following their 2-1 win against Bracknell Town, Jessica Grimmett and Bonnie Messitt netting their goals.
In Division One, third placed Winchester City Flyers were held to a 2-2 draw by Wycombe Wanderers, despite scoring through Hannah Chaffey and Amelia Cutler. Southampton Women claimed their third straight win, 3-0 at Fleet Town thanks to Kirsty Bell, Laura Gilbank and Darcey Read. Danielle Burgess, Charlotte Hull and Shayne Prasad scored the goals as Andover New Street notched up their first league victory of the season, 3-2 against Ascot Utd.
West Midlands League
Kingshurst Sporting Club won 5-1 against third placed Wrockwardine Wood to narrow the gap on league leaders Crusaders to a single point.
Burton Albion head the Division One North table by two points following their 3-0 success away to Stone Dominoes. Shrewsbury Town meanwhile scored five times without reply past Atherstone Ladies to make up some ground on the teams above them.
The top of the table clash in Division One South went the way of Worcester Utd, who won 3-2 against previously unbeaten Coundon Court and this opens up a three point lead at the top for them. The two teams immediately below them also came face to face and it was Coventry Development who enjoyed a 5-1 victory against Solihull Ladies Res. Kenilworth Town are in the top half of the table following their 3-2 win away to Marston Green.
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