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 Women's Football News 26 Feb 2016
 
East Midlands League
Long Eaton Utd extended their Premier Division lead to nine points with a 5-0 victory away to Arnold Town, given to them by Portia Badach, Katherine Clarke, Precious Hamilton, Cara Newton and an own goal. In the other game, Holly Newman was on target four times along with Stacey Aisthorpe and Abbie Murrell as Nettleham ran out 6-0 winners over Notts County Development.
 
Rachael Bell and Holly Jennings scored the goals as Ollerton Town won 2-1 away to Lincoln Moorlands Railway to keep themselves top of Division One North on goal difference from Mansfield Hosiery Mills, who beat Gedling Town with Kathie Rees netting the only goal of the game. Ruddington Village also won 1-0 against Sleaford Town, Holly Brindley scoring, whilst Winterton Rangers were 2-0 victors at Sandiacre Town with Emily Wright and Lindsey Hughes on target. Gemma Charlton hit a hat-trick as Cleethorpes Town crushed Alfreton Town 10-2, Natasha Johnson adding a brace with Rebecca Dent, Alyssa Fussey, Claire Pitcher, Clodagh Summers and Jade Charlton contributing a goal apiece.
 
One match was played in Division One South, Raunds Town beating Corby S & L 3-0 courtesy of a hat-trick from Eloise Willmott. 
 
Eastern Region League
AFC Sudbury caught up ground on the top two in the Premier Division with a 6-2 victory over Great Wakering. Stacey Teager led the scoring with a hat-trick, Sophie Jeffery weighed in with a brace and Phoebe Guiver was also on target.
 
In the Division One Cup, Nadine Basson and Jessica Horgan scored the goals as Bury Town won 2-0 away to Sawbridgeworth Town whilst the match between Ipswich Wanderers and Little Thurrock Dynamos finished goalless. 
 
London & South East League
Only one match took place in the league on Sunday but it was a game of huge importance with London Corinthians taking on Herne Bay. A draw would have seen AFC Wimbledon confirmed as Champions without playing a game but it was Herne Bay who emerged as 2-1 winners to keep their slim title hopes alive whilst ending the home side's chances. Emma Brown and Dani Farmer scored the goals for Bay, with Corinthians' consolation coming from Emily Hart. 
 
North East League
League leaders Brighouse Town did not play on Sunday and saw their advantage cut to six points by Barnsley, who were 2-0 winners over Boldon Ladies. Darcie Greene and Brittany Sanderson scored the goals to keep Barnsley in second place, just ahead of York City who beat Castleford White Rose 4-0, Lucy Lendhill bagging a hat-trick and Bryony Welsh joining her on the scoresheet. Scunthorpe & Bottesford and Tynedale battled out a goalless draw whilst Kimberley Brown (2) and Sophie Bell were the markswomen for Sheffield Utd Community in their 3-2 success against Wakefield.
 
In the Northern Division, the top two were not in action whilst third placed BYPC shared eight goals with York City Res. Cara Johnson (2), Laura Porritt and Millie Templeman all netted for York while BYPC replied through an Amber McLoughlin brace, Katy Hemmingway and Charlotte Nellist. Melanie Darling and Kirstie Tang gave Lowick Utd a 2-0 win away to Durham Cestria and Prudhoe Town defeated Easingwold Town 5-0, Kelly Loughhead netting twice along with Eleanor Oakenfold, Ruth Lewis and Catherine Johnston.
 
Emma Softley and Laura Cain were on the scoresheet as Oughtibridge won 2-1 against Westella & Willerby and close the gap on Southern Division leaders Farsley Celtic to three points. Sheffield Wednesday follow on after beating Courts City 3-1, Annalise Carroll netting twice and Jade Rabjohn the other. Doncaster Belles (Women's) kept up their good run by defeating Harrogate Railway 5-0 with a goal apiece from Sophie Brown, Gabrielle Marriott, Vickie Sharpe, Sophie Thompson and Danielle Thompson. Rovers Foundation Ladies and Handsworth both edged two points ahead of the bottom placed side after their clash ended goalless. 
 
North West League
Wigan Athletic are back into the top half of the table in the Premier Division after beating Northwich Vixens 3-2 in the only match played.
 
One match was also played in Division One North, PNE Development stretching their lead at the top to seven points with a 3-0 victory away to Bury Girls & Ladies. 
 
South West League
One game managed to survive the weather in the Premier Division on Sunday and it saw Middlezoy Rovers record their first victory of the season. Devon Rich and Rosie Williams scored the goals as Middlezoy defeated Frome Town 2-0.
 
The only other action was in the Western Division where second met third with Callington Town running out 3-0 winners over Plympton Ladies. Kat Marment, Jodie Shipton and Sam Veal were on target to help take Callington level on points with their opponents. 
 
Southern Region League
Chesham Utd are through to the Chairman's Cup Final after beating Newbury Ladies 7-1 in their semi final. Gemma Fraser led the scoring with a hat-trick, Katie Squire weighed in with a brace, while Charli Casey and Laura Barton were also on target.
 
Oxford City have opened up a lead of six points in the Premier Division following their 2-1 success away to previously unbeaten Marlow. City failed to take their chances in the first half, but a Melissa Farrow goal from close range after the break gave them the lead. Marlow equalised from the penalty spot but April England struck for the visitors following a precise headed through ball from Nicole Miles. Rosie Page-Smith hit a hat-trick, with Bonnie Messitt and Ellen Surtees adding the others, as Woodley Utd won 5-2 at Mansfield Road. The two teams at the foot of the table met each other and it was Bracknell Town who beat Banbury Utd 3-1 with goals from Sarah Davern, Laura Wallman and Joanne Atkins.
 
In Division One, Fleet Town put a dent in the promotion hopes of Winchester City Flyers by defeating them 3-2, courtesy of a Joanne Harfield brace and Rebecca Niblett. Rebecca Gooch and Gemma Najar were on the scoresheet as Wycombe Wanderers won 2-0 away to Andover New Street. 
 
West Midlands League
With leaders TNS Ladies not in league action, second placed Crusaders narrowed the gap on them to three points with a 1-0 win over Knowle. Kingshurst Sporting Club meanwhile did likewise by beating Wednesfield Town 5-0. Lye Town moved themselves closer towards the top half of the table as they won 10-1 against Leamington Lions.
 
Burton Albion have gone eight points clear at the top of Division One North after they won 7-0 away to Atherstone Ladies. In the other game, Stone Dominoes beat Wyrley Ladies 2-1 to catch up ground on the top three.
 
Solihull Ladies Res defeated Wyre Forest Phoenix 4-1 to move to within five points of Division One South table toppers Worcester Utd. Marston Green won 3-0 against Folly Lane, who remain at the foot of the table.

 
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