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East Midlands League
The top two in the Premier Division changed places once more on Sunday, with Long Eaton Utd returning to the top with a 2-0 victory over Arnold Town. Precious Hamilton and Michelle Kilmartin netted the goals to take them back above Bedworth Utd. Jasmin Bear (2), Shoniqua Barnes, Courtney Walters and Courtney Csomor were the markswomen as Notts County Development ran out 5-0 winners over Grimsby Borough.
In Division One North, Ollerton Town moved to within one point of leaders Mansfield Hosiery Mills by beating Winterton Rangers 2-0, Clare Hayes and Natalie Gibson netting their goals. Ruddington Village crashed to a surprise 10-1 reverse at Cleethorpes Town, Gemma Charlton leading the way with a six-goal haul and the others coming from Claire Camburn (2), Bethany French and Alyssa Fussey. Hayley Brown hit a hat-trick along with Gedling Town as they won 4-1 at Teversal and Lincoln Moorlands Railway defeated Alfreton Town 5-0, goals coming from Lauren Churcher (2), Tara Capon, Chantelle Johnson and Ella Rivett.
The top of the table clash in Division One South went the way of Moulton Ladies, who beat leaders AFC Leicester 2-1. Emma Dunmore and Catherine Needham netted Moulton's goals with Georgia Harris replying. Annie Posnett bagged a brace and Valaire Smith was also on target for Riverside LFC in their 3-0 win against Heather St Johns.
Eastern Region League
Stevenage Ladies stepped up their quest for a potential trophy 'double' when they defeated Great Wakering 4-1 to reach the semi finals of the League Cup. Josie North netted two of the goals and there was one apiece from Hannah Marshall and Jessica Nash. Colchester Town are also through after Georgia Box gave them a 1-0 victory over Haringey Borough. Joining them in the last four are Silver End who beat West Billericay 4-1 thanks to Alex Bailess, Danielle Warnes, Rebecca Hollocks and Helen Alder.
Writtle stretched their lead at the top of Division One East to nine points when they scored five times without reply at Bury Town. Abigail Fry netted a hat-trick and Sophie Vale contributed a brace. Long Melford also won 5-0 against Little Thurrock Dynamos with goals from Jessica Clark (2), Megan Partridge (2) and Jodie Sharp.
In Division One West, Stevenage Ladies Res lifted themselves into second place in the table when Leah Littlechild, Alex Moir and Sarah Payne all scored to give them a 3-1 victory away to Colney Heath.
London & South East League
Leyton Orient chipped a little of AFC Wimbledon's huge lead, reducing it to seventeen points with a 3-0 victory over Crawley Wasps. Sophie Le Marchand scored twice and Ellie Davies the other for the second placed O's. In the other game to be played, Rebecca Gregory, Emily Hart, Kristi Nunnick and Holly Ryde were all on target as London Corinthians went third by beating Carshalton Athletic 4-1.
North East League
Barnsley scored seven times without reply past Castleford White Rose to move to within eight points of leaders Brighouse Town. Sue Elrington netted a brace and there was one apiece from Drew Greene, Rebecca Hale, Rebecca Fevers, Darcie Greene and Kathryn Smith. York City remain a further two points adrift after a solitary strike from Kayleigh Davis gave them victory against Sheffield Utd Community. Boldon meanwhile won 4-0 away to Scunthorpe & Bottesford, Marina Georgakopoulou scoring twice along with Alex Ross and Melissa Simpson.
Blyth Town Lions are still six points clear at the top of the Northern Division after they defeated Birtley Town 8-1. Hannah Smith led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Leigh Black, Sarah Burn, Terri Nielsen, Melissa Scott and Kati Donnelly. Lynsey Wilkinson netted four times as second placed Gateshead Rutherford Ravens won 9-0 against Lowick Utd to maintain their 100% record. Elizabeth Campbell and Autumn Colledge each added braces and Kody Green was also on target. Laura Porritt, Rachel Harding and Samantha Terry scored the goals as York City Res shared a 3-3 draw with Redcar Town, who replied through Lisa Byrne, Emily Fewster and Andrea Hart.
Farsley Celtic stretched their lead to nine points in the Southern Division after they beat second placed Oughtibridge 3-1, Ellie Swinhoe scoring twice along with Keegan Lambert. Demi-Jo Watson hit a hat-trick, with Leanne Baggley and Amy Thompson adding the others for Westella & Willerby as they moved to within one point of second with a 5-0 success at Handsworth. Olivia Burton (2) and Demi Thomas scored the goals as Courts City drew for the fifth time, 3-3 with Rovers Foundation Ladies whose replies came from Jessica Andrew, Tara Fisher and Amy Milner. Doncaster Belles (Women's) won for only the second time, 4-1 away to Malet Lambert YC thanks to Sophie Brown (2), Carly Herrick and Chantelle Willis.
North West League
League leaders Crewe Alexandra did not play on Sunday whilst their two nearest rivals met each other. It was Bolton Wanderers who ran out 4-1 winners over Burnley Girls & Ladies to replace them in second place. Manchester Stingers meanwhile went fourth by winning 3-1 away to Curzon Ashton, their fourth victory in five league games. Blackpool emerged as 5-3 victors from a high scoring affair with Wigan Athletic.
In Division One North, PNE Development were 2-0 winners over Preston North End Ladies and this takes them two points ahead of Kendal Town, who drew 1-1 with CMB Ladies. Middleton Athletic are in third following their 8-2 success against Bury Girls & Ladies but Penrith AFC lost ground when they were beaten 3-2 by Stockport County Blues who are now level on points with them. Leigh RMI defeated Carlisle Utd 4-0 and Workington Reds increased their chances of climbing off the bottom as they edged out Haslingden by the odd goal in seven.
MSB Woolton remain as leaders of Division One South by the slenderest of margins but their winning run has come to a halt after they were held to a 1-1 draw by third placed Merseyrail Bootle. A win would have taken Ellesmere Port Town back to the top but instead they also drew, 2-2 with Liverpool City Ladies Community. FC United of Manchester defeated Winsford 6-2 whilst Mersey Girls and Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res shared ten goals in their meeting.
South West League
Keynsham Town Development ensured that they stay nine points ahead at the top of the Eastern Division with a 2-0 victory over local rivals Oldland Abbotonians. Taylor Gainey and Amber Pullen scored the goals which mean that Keynsham maintain their lead over Poole Town, who also won 2-0 against Cheltenham Civil Service, thanks to strikes from Rebecca Miles and Rebecca Richards.
Southern Region League
Milton Keynes City roared into the semi finals of the League Cup with a 4-1 victory away to Winchester City Flyers. Also through are Marlow who were 2-0 winners over Wycombe Wanderers.
Katie Squire was on target four times and Gemma Fraser weighed in with a hat-trick as Chesham Utd won 9-2 against Bracknell Town to reach the Chairman's Cup semi finals. Sarah Tyas and Victoria Smyth rounded off the scoring with a goal apiece. Team Solent meanwhile netted ten times without reply past Woodley Utd. Natasha Kenny bagged a four-goal haul and Victoria Carleton a hat-trick, and they were joined on the scoresheet by Emily Crook, Barbara Dudek and Rachel Kivelehan.
In the Premier Division, Newbury Ladies moved back up into fourth place when Nicole Beesley, Leanne Creese and Caroline Harkness gave them a 3-0 victory over Mansfield Road.
Lucy Holzman-Clarke bagged a hat-trick as Ascot Utd won 5-2 against Tower Hill in Division One. Hannah Evans and Lauren Broadhurst added further goals, with Samantha Bevan-Talbot and Lauren Major replying.
West Midlands League
The top three in the table are all level on points, now headed by TNS Ladies who rose to the top with a 4-1 victory over Wrockwardine Wood.
Division One North saw the quarter finals of the League Cup with leaders Burton Albion booking their place in the last four by beating Stone Dominoes 4-0. Shrewsbury Juniors came away from Bilbrook with a 3-2 victory under their belts and neighbours Shrewsbury Town also went through, thanks to a 3-1 success against Wyrley Ladies.
In the Division One South League Cup, leaders Worcester Utd also progressed but only just, having been taken all the way to penalties by Wyre Forest Phoenix with a 2-2 draw, before emerging triumphant 4-3 from the spot. Joining them in the last four are Droitwich Spa whose passage was a little smoother, winning 4-1 away to Malvern Town.
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