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East Midlands League
Long Eaton Utd maintained their superb record in Cup competitions this season with a 2-1 win away to Nettleham, which books their place in the quarter finals of the League Cup. Precious Hamilton and Carly Hayes scored the goals to knock out the holders in one of only two ties to survive the weather. The other team through to the last eight are Moulton Ladies after they ran out emphatic winners over Alfreton Town. Emma Dunmore led the spree with an eight-goal haul, Simone Cook and Kylie Evans each contributed hat-tricks and the total was completed by Stacey Chaplin, Charlotte Penney, Sara Wait and Ashleigh Goodam.
One tie also went ahead in the League Plate, Division One South table toppers AFC Leicester progressing with a 4-2 victory over Ruddington Village. Jamie Elday (2), Charlotte Cooper and Georgia Harris netted the goals for Leicester with Jenna Yates and Holly Brindley replying.
Eastern Region League
League leaders Stevenage Ladies progressed in the League Cup by coming through a tough tie away to Writtle with a 5-1 victory. Hannah Marshall and Donna McGuigan each netted twice with Nicole Perschsky adding the other. Brentwood Town did go out to lower division opposition though, going down 2-1 to Silver End who scored through Lynsey Bowman and Rebecca Hollocks. Georgia Box and an own goal gave Colchester Town a fine 2-0 success at Billericay Town and Haringey Borough were 3-0 winners over Little Thurrock Dynamos, courtesy of a Zhane Amoaten hat-trick.
In the Premier Division, AFC Dunstable's mini-revival was brought to a halt as they were beaten 1-0 by AFC Sudbury, Charlotte Churchman scoring the only goal of the game.
One match was played in Division One East, Megan Partridge was on target for Long Melford as they battled out a 1-1 draw with Bury Town.
Hutton have edged a further point ahead at the top of Division One West after they drew for the fifth time, sharing a goalless scoreline with Hoddesdon Owls.
London & South East League
The two teams with the last remaining unbeaten records met each other on Sunday and it was leaders AFC Wimbledon who emerged as 2-1 winners over London Corinthians. Kelly-Jade Whelan and Emma Keady netted the goals to take the Dons ten points clear at the top of the table. Their position was strengthened further as second placed Carshalton Athletic were beaten 6-2 by Leyton Orient who are now one point behind them. Heather Staff was on target twice for the O's along with Hayley Barton, Jasmine Campbell, Lydia Cooper and Sophie Le Marchand. Harriet Chapman and Hannah Gardener were the markswomen for Herne Bay in their 2-1 victory over Crawley Wasps whilst Fulham FC Foundation defeated Bexhill Utd 8-2. Helen Ogle, Jade Pilley and Verity Snow each netted twice, with one apiece from Tanvie Hans and Megan Lovelock. At the other end of the table, Aylesford moved off the bottom after winning for the first time, Sophie Brown grabbing the only goal of the game against Camden Town.
North East League
One match was played in the Premier Division on Sunday but it resulted in a change of leadership, with Brighouse Town taking over at the top after beating Wakefield 6-0. Rachael White led the scoring for Brighouse with a hat-trick and also on target were Kayleigh Bamforth, Annabelle Cass and Jodie Redgrave.
North West League
Bolton Wanderers took their good league form into the Argyle Sports Cup, going through to the last sixteen with a 2-0 victory over Haslingden. Only five First Round ties managed to avoid the bad weather and the result of the day was probably achieved by Middleton Athletic, who defeated Division One South leaders Ellesmere Port Town 3-0. FC United of Manchester went two better by scoring five without reply away to Leigh RMI whilst Stockport County Blues edged out Bury Girls & Ladies by the only goal of the game. Mersey Girls are the other team who are in the Second Round, they won a well contested tie 4-3 at Altrincham after extra time.
Southern Region League
The top of the table clash in the Premier Division went the way of Basingstoke Town who won 2-1 away to leaders Milton Keynes City and move themselves level on points with their opponents, who stay top on goal difference. Megan James and Zoe Saunders netted the goals for Basingstoke. Rachel Mariam fired a four-goal haul as Oxford City moved back into third place on the back of an 8-1 victory over Banbury Utd. Jane Younger contributed a brace and there was one apiece from Heather Young and April England, with Taylor Wetter replying.
Southampton Women have continued their strong start to the new campaign in Division One and they are in second place following their 7-1 win against Andover New Street. Jane Yeates led the scoring with a hat-trick and there were doubles from Darcey Read and Jennie McGill. Fleet Town meanwhile leapt into the top half by beating Wycombe Wanderers 5-1, Kristina Wright netting twice along with Hayley Sloan, Joanne Harfield and Suzanne Darling.
In the Chairman's Cup, Division One leaders Chesham Utd made a smooth passage into the quarter finals as they won 4-0 away to Tower Hill. Katie Squire netted a brace and there was one apiece from Chantelle O'Grady and Kirsty Gladwin.
West Midlands League
The only action in the league on Sunday took place in Division One South with third placed Solihull Ladies Res on the receiving end of a 4-1 defeat at the hands of Droitwich Spa. Kenilworth Town meanwhile returned into the top half of the table with a 3-2 win over Redditch Utd.
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