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Eastern Region League
AFC Sudbury narrowed the gap on the top two in the Premier Division when they ran out 3-0 winners over Haringey Borough. Third place was on offer to the winning side on the day and strikes from Charlene Roach, Stacey Teager and Natalie Godling moved the match firmly Sudbury's way.
In Division One East, Bury Town moved themselves into the top three after beating Long Melford 4-1. Gemma Carter (2), Nadine Basson and Laura Brame were all on target for Bury, with Megan Partridge replying.
North East League
The top two did not play on Sunday but York City are now just behind second placed Barnsley following their 3-2 success against Castleford White Rose. Lucy Lendhill hit a hat-trick to spearhead the victory for York, while Tiffany Lyons and Aimi Beresford responded for Castleford. Sian Bentley was on target twice and Jasmine Read added the other as Hessle Town climbed into fourth place on the back of a 3-1 victory over Wetherby Athletic.
In the Northern Division, Lowick Utd moved above York City Res in the table after beating them 2-1. Jenny Patterson and Georgia Thompson were the markswomen for Lowick, with Ellie Randall replying.
South West League
Brislington went level on points with Premier Division leaders Marine Academy Plymouth when they won 5-1 away to Frome Town. Jade Hatton, Kim Maggs, Sophie Allen, Jennifer Jones and Georgia Vandries all scored a goal apiece, with the home side's consolation coming from Serena Kolowski. Bishop's Lydeard made sure of keeping in touch with the leading sides when a Sophie Buck hat-trick, Dawna Dennett double and Kitty Wells saw them to a 6-2 success at Bristol Ladies Union. Improving Downend Flyers meanwhile won 2-0 against Middlezoy Rovers, goals coming from Hayley Bullock and Kate Michael.
Keynsham Town Development are continuing to stretch the pace at the top of the Eastern Division and have gone nine points clear after beating Team Mendip 3-0, thanks to a goal each from Taylor Gainey, Katarzyna Rusek and Hannah Sims. In the other game, Cheltenham Civil Service ran out 6-2 winners over Ash Rangers with Kelly Churchley, Terrie Lockett and Gemma Riley all netting twice.
Alphington became the first team to make it through to the semi finals of the Bristol Soccerworld Cup after they won 3-2 at Dobwalls. Kirsty Brown was on target twice for Alphington along with Mary Murphy.
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