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East Midlands League
Bedworth Utd are back on top of the Premier Division table once again after they defeated Mansfield Town 3-2. Kirsty Farnsworth, Jodi Hunter and Shona Franklin were on target for Bedworth, with Androulle Kokkinou netting a double in reply. Reegan Sellars meanwhile scored the only goal of the game as Notts County Development won 1-0 away to Rise Park.
One match managed to beat the weather in Division One North, Sandiacre Town coming away from Lincoln Moorlands Railway with a 2-1 win under their belts thanks to Rebecca Turgoose and Hayley Farrar.
Eastern Region League
League leaders Billercay Town crashed to a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Haringey Borough, for whom Brooke Hills (2) and Anele Komani scored. Zoe Lipley-Hinton and Carla Rose were on the scoresheet for Brentwood Town in their 2-1 victory over AFC Sudbury and at the other end of the table, AFC Dunstable picked up an important 3-1 win at Acle Ladies in which Amber Pearson netted twice and Bethany Stanton was also on target.
In Division One East, Gemma Carter scored both goals for Bury Town in their 2-2 draw with Ipswich Wanderers, who replied through Tarnya McKew and Kristie Turner. The two teams at the foot of the table met each other and it was Long Melford who claimed their first win, 3-2 against West Billericay thanks to a Megan Partridge hat-trick.
London & South East League
AFC Wimbledon recorded yet another victory on Sunday, this time beating Crawley Wasps 4-0 to open up a lead of twenty points. Caroline Bisson netting two of the goals and there was one apiece from Rebecca Sargent and Libby Suchley. Herne Bay meanwhile replaced Carshalton Athletic in third place after defeating them 4-1, Kate Foster bagging a hat-trick and Carly Farrow adding the other.
North East League
Blyth Town Lions took the opportunity to double their lead at the top of the Northern Division with a 6-0 victory over third placed Durham Cestria. Sarah Burn hit a double for the leaders and she was joined on the scoresheet by Leigh Black, Terri Nielsen, Melissa Scott and Hannah Travis. Alice Palmer, Kira Robinson, Ellie Randall and Lauren Coombs all netted a goal apiece for York City Res as they won 4-0 against Easingwold Town.
One match managed to go ahead in the Southern Division, second placed Oughtibridge winning 3-1 against Rovers Foundation Ladies with a goal each from Codi Melia, Milly Wilson and Anna Goulding.
North West League
Burnley Girls & Ladies managed to trim some of the lead held by Crewe Alexandra in the Premier Division. A 6-0 victory over Northwich Vixens means that Burnley now trail the Alex by thirteen points but have three games in hand. Bolton Wanderers are a further point adrift following their 4-1 win against Accrington Girls & Ladies.
Carlisle Utd have climbed into the top half of the table in Division One North after they won 4-1 away to Haslingden. Leigh RMI and Stockport County Blues each went away with an important point when they battled out a 2-2 draw.
South West League
The only league action on Sunday took place in the Eastern Division, with Keynsham Town Development extending their lead by beating Ilminster Town 7-1. Amber Pullen hit a hat-trick for the table toppers, Agnieszka Ziolek weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Vicky Foxwell and Jade Lorton-Radburn. Meanwhile Poole Town suffered their first league defeat of the season, 4-1 at the hands of Forest Green Rovers Res. Kirsty Richardson grabbed two of the goals for Forest Green with Keira Madden and Rhian Robbins also on target.
Southern Region League
In the only game to be played in the league, second placed Milton Keynes City won 1-0 away to Newbury Ladies to halve the gap on leaders Basingstoke Town to three points. Elle Harris netted the only goal of the game.
West Midlands League
TNS Ladies are starting to catch up ground on the top two and they are just three points off the pace following their 6-0 victory over Lye Town. A win would have taken Kingshurst Sporting Club top of the table but they remain in second place in goal difference after their meeting with Knowle finished level at 1-1.
The only other game to beat the weather took place in Division One South, where leaders Worcester Utd were held to a 1-1 draw by Malvern Town, edging themselves seven points clear in the process.
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