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 Women's Football News 8 Apr 2016
East Midlands League
Title favourites Long Eaton Utd sailed into the League Cup Final as a six goal blast from Precious Hamilton spearheaded an 11-0 semi final victory over Raunds Town. Cara Newton weighed in with a hat-trick and further goals came from Portia Badach and Michelle Kilmartin.
In the Premier Division, Notts County Development look on course for a top half finish when a Shoniqua Barnes goal gave them a 1-0 victory over Rise Park.
Mansfield Hosiery Mills picked up another important win as they close in on the Division One North title. Amy Dawson (2), Amy Jones and Bethany Wilcockson scored the goals as they beat Teversal 4-1 to move four points clear. Ruddington Village cling on to a slim chance after their 9-3 victory over Winterton Rangers in which Faye Brown hit a hat-trick along with Jenna Yates (2), Holly Brindley (2), Kelly Clayton and Ellen Salter but Gedling Town's remaining hopes were extinguished when they were defeated 3-1 by Cleethorpes Town.
Jamie Elday and Georgia Wells were on target for AFC Leicester as they won 2-1 at Heather St Johns to go six points clear at the top of Division One South. Riverside LFC meanwhile beat Corby S & L 3-0 thanks to an Annie Posnett brace and Stacey Schreiber. 
Eastern Region League
Writtle are confirmed as Division One East Champions following their 3-0 success away to second placed Silver End. Courtney Clarke netted twice and Georgina Tricker the other to put Writtle beyond the reach of their rivals.
Stevenage Ladies closed in on Premier Division leaders Billericay Town with a 3-1 victory away to Great Shelford, courtesy of a Donna McGuigan hat-trick. Amber Pearson grabbed the only goal of the game as AFC Dunstable won 1-0 against Acle Ladies to go fourth, just head of Colchester Town who beat Haringey Borough 5-1.
Royston Town need to win one of their remaining three matches in order to clinch the Division One West title. They kept themselves on course with a 5-1 victory over Stevenage Ladies Res in which Stacey Little netted twice along with Paris Coldicott-Stevens, Samantha Tinsley and Georgia Gannaway. Offley & Stopsley completed their fixtures by beating Colney Heath 1-0 and Hoddesdon Owls were 3-1 winners at Sawbridgeworth Town, Daniela Martucci hitting a hat-trick. 
London & South East League
Camden Town rounded off their league season on a winning note, recording a 2-1 success at Eastbourne Town with goals from Frankie Stone and Jaclyn Thayer. Jacey Samson replied for the home side who remain just above the foot of the table. Rebekah Dunt and Natalie Stephenson were on target as Crawley Wasps returned from Aylesford with a 2-0 victory under their belts. 
North East League
Annabelle Cass and Emily Starkie each scored twice, with Jodie Redgrave and Rachael White adding the others, as Brighouse Town defeated Wetherby Athletic 6-0 to go twelve points clear at the top of the table. Whitley Bay won for the fifth time in a row, 4-0 against Scunthorpe & Bottesford thanks to a Zoe Hornby hat-trick and Sarah Bennett. Britt Lally, Kimberley Brown and Jorden Spurr netted the goals as Sheffield Utd Community beat Boldon Ladies 3-2 and Tynedale were 6-2 victors at Hessle Town, Megan Watson netting four times along with Rebecca Knight and Ashley Lambert.
Northern Division leaders Blyth Town Lions went down to a 3-1 defeat at the hands of third placed BYPC for whom Amber McLoughlin (2) and Tammy Foster were on target. Redcar Town meanwhile stormed to a 7-2 victory over Easingwold Town. Beth Enderwick led the scoring with a hat-trick, Alice Clements added a brace and there was one apiece from Gabrielle Wordsworth and Kirsty Lynch. It was a good day for Birtley Town as they won for the first time, 2-0 against Prudhoe Town thanks to Christina Adamson and Leah Ramsbottom.
Oughtibridge maintained their lead of nine points at the top of the Southern Division with a 4-1 win away to Rovers Foundation Ladies. Codi Melia was on target twice along with Kelly Biney and Lauren Turner. Farsley Celtic keep up the chase in second place, Helen Gresty and Keegan Lambert both hitting doubles in their 4-2 victory over Westella & Willerby. Annalise Carroll bagged herself a five-goal haul in Sheffield Wednesday's 7-1 win against Ossett Albion which takes them up to third, Anna Cairns and Mercy Darkoah joining her on the scoresheet. Katie Rowland and Ellie Tanser were the markswomen for Malet Lambert YC in their 2-0 success at Courts City. 
North West League
Manchester Stingers moved up into second place in Premier Division, their highest position of the season to date, but still trail leaders Crewe Alexandra by nine points following their 2-0 success away to Burnley Girls & Ladies, who are now third. Bolton Wanderers follow on just behind after scoring six without reply past Birkenhead. Blackpool meanwhile ran out 7-1 winners over Northwich Vixens, who remain at the foot of the table.
The top of the table clash in Division One North ended with honours even, PNE Development preserving their lead of three points after sharing a 1-1 draw with Kendal Town. Middleton Athletic are still in fourth after exchanging 4-2 wins in a double header against Carlisle Utd. Stockport County Blues were 3-1 victors away to Workington Reds whilst Haslingden defeated Preston North End Ladies by the same scoreline.
The two teams at the top also met each other in Division One South and it also ended in a draw, leaders MSB Woolton sharing four goals with FC United of Manchester. A win would have taken Merseyrail Bootle second but they were beaten 1-0 by Warrington Wolverines, who have gone level on points with them. Altrincham and Ellesmere Port Town battled out a 2-2 draw whilst Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res were emphatic winners over Mersey Girls. 
South West League
Marine Academy Plymouth doubled their lead at the top of the Premier Division with a 5-0 victory over Frome Town. Lucy Rothero netted twice and there was one apiece from Ellie Bishop, Kate Bowden and Eden May. Torquay Utd are still unbeaten but drew for the sixth time in nine matches when their meeting with Bishop's Lydeard finished goalless. Rosie Williams hit a hat-trick and Devon Rich the other as Middlezoy Rovers won 4-1 away to Bristol Ladies Union.
Eastern Division leaders Keynsham Town Development were dealt a blow to their challenge as they were beaten 3-1 by Oldland Abbotonians. Jade Scammell (2) and Amy Street scored for Oldland, with Taylor Gainey replying. Second placed Yeovil Town Intermediate have matters firmly in their hands after winning 4-2 against Cheltenham Civil Service. Imogen Fisher, Harriet King, Laura Wensley and an own goal earned Yeovil the points, with Gemma Riley and Amy Tovey on target for the home side.
In the Western Division, Callington Town narrowed the gap on leaders Charlestown when Gemma Farley and Peyton-Rose Ringham earned them a 2-0 win over Launceston. Alphington defeated Illogan Ladies 2-0 thanks to Kirsty Brown and an own goal whilst Sam Metters, Maisie Williams and Evie Pitman were on the scoresheet as Plympton Ladies won 3-2 at Newquay Celtic. 
Southern Region League
Basingstoke Town have returned to the top of the Premier Division with a 2-0 win over rivals Milton Keynes City. Lindsey Beverley and Charlie Fry scored the goals to take their side two points ahead of Oxford City, who did not play. Marlow remain in with a chance after their 4-1 success at Woodley Utd. Leah Flisik bagged a hat-trick along with Caroline Paterson (2), Rebecca Atkins-Powell and an own goal as Bracknell Town beat Mansfield Road 7-1.
Chesham Utd are still stretching the pace in Division One, staying three points in front after scoring nine times without reply against Ascot Utd. Katie Squire, Kate Bowers and Gemma Fraser all netted twice along with Laura Barton, Charli Casey and Natasha Smith. Southampton Women remain just behind, they won 3-2 at Wycombe Wanderers thanks to Sheree Bell-Jack, Karleen Hellard and Laura Gilbank. Emma Faux netted the only goal for Winchester City Flyers in their 1-0 victory over Team Solent whilst Lisa Freeman, Katie Dellow and Sarah Muttutt were the markswomen for Tower Hill as they beat Fleet Town 3-1. 
West Midlands League
One more win is required for TNS Ladies to secure the Premier Division title, moving themselves closer to their target by scoring nine times against Wrockwardine Wood. Crusaders kept their hopes alive in second place with a 7-1 victory over Walsall. Lye Town will have their sights set on a top three place following their 2-0 success at Wednesfield Town, whilst Leamington Lions and Knowle finished level at 1-1.
Division One North leaders Burton Albion were held to a goalless draw by Wyrley Ladies and their lead has been trimmed to five points by Stone Dominoes who won 6-1 at Florence. Stockingford AA Pavilion kept up their challenge by beating Atherstone Ladies 7-1. Shrewsbury Town continue to occupy the mid-table position following their 6-2 win at Bilbrook.
Coundon Court stepped up their title quest in Division One South by beating Coventry Development 3-1. Redditch Utd are out of the bottom two after they won 5-1 against Malvern Town and Marston Green beat Wyre Forest Phoenix by the same scoreline.
Worcester Utd have their sights set on two trophies, the leaders are through to the Division One South League Cup Final with an 8-0 victory over Droitwich Spa. Their opponents in the Final will be Rubery Ladies who were 5-2 winners against Kenilworth Town.

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