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East Midlands League
Mansfield Town have moved to the top of the Premier Division after scoring ten times without reply against local rivals Mansfield Hosiery Mills. Androulle Kokkinou was on target four times while Jemma Meakin and Laura Watton weighed in with braces, Chloe Elphick and Elizabeth Harris adding the others. Notts County Development meanwhile collected their first points of the season when a brace from Katie Robinson gave them a 2-1 victory away to Ruddington Village.
Sleaford Town have a lead of three points in Division One North following their 2-1 success away to Draycott Victoria. Sleaford trailed at the break before turning the match in their favour with strikes from Amy Kilgannon and Jade Welch. Natalie Aird, Sue Green, Nancy Barker and Jessica Walton were all on the scoresheet as Grimsby Borough defeated Arnold Town Development 4-1.
Eastern Region League
The only action in the league on Sunday took place in Division One, with two games being played. Offley & Stopsley are up into second place following their 7-1 win away to Hoddesdon Town Owls. Rianne Townsend-Brown netted two of the goals and the others came from Katerina Hamplova, Rachael Lewis, Giselle Randall, Jennifer Matthews and Camille Stephens. In the other game, strikes from Hayley Critchell and Rianne Dimmock gave Hutton a 2-1 success at Silver End, a result which lifts them into the top half.
London & South East League
Just the one match was played in the league over the weekend, at Watford Development where the home side ran out 7-1 winners over Eastbourne Town to move themselves into second place. Chloe Farrell bagged a brace along with Emma Bebbington and Sacha Brinkley, Francesca Cook replying.
North East League
Barnsley joined the leading teams in the Premier Division when they defeated Castleford White Rose 4-2. Brittany Sanderson scored twice and she was joined on the scoresheet by Rebecca Hale and Holly Findlay. York City meanwhile notched their first league victory of the season, 9-1 against East Yorkshire Carnegie. Lucy Lendhill was on target four times and Ellie Regan weighed in with a brace while Sophie Simpson, Zoe Doherty and Ruth Brazier added a goal apiece.
Durham Cestria have moved into pole position in the Northern Division after scoring eight times without reply past Guisborough Ladies. Anna Young netted four and the tally was completed by Chloe Allan, Holly Jackman, Sophie Tierney and Lauren Briggs.
Doncaster Belles (Women's) have returned to the top of the Southern Division, thanks to a 4-2 victory over Altofts Ladies in which Sophie Brown, Lauren Earle, Chantelle Willis and Holly Winder were all on target. Cleethorpes Town meanwhile defeated AFC Preston 5-2 to register their first points, courtesy of goals from Gemma Hopkin (2), Alyssa Fussey, Lottie Soar and Gemma Charlton.
North West League
One match was played in the Premier Division on Sunday, MSB Woolton Ladies and Manchester Stingers meeting for the second week in succession and it was the Stingers who completed a 'double' when winning 4-3, a result which takes them into the top five.
Bury Girls & Ladies maintained their excellent start in Division One North, notching up their fourth straight win when beating Academy Juniors 5-0. Bury currently head the table by three points from Leigh RMI, who have gone into second place following their 1-0 win against Preston North End.
Four teams are now level on points at the top of Division One South following Sunday's matches. Joining Merseyrail Bootle and FC United of Manchester are Liverpool Feds Res, who ran out 10-1 winners over Liverpool City Ladies Community, and Altrincham who defeated Egerton FC 4-1. Ellesmere Port Town are three points off the pace after scoring six times without reply against Northwich Vixens.
South West League
Bishop's Lydeard have opened up a lead of three points as they won 8-0 away to Frome Town in the only Premier Division match played. Holly Miller and Kitty Wells each netted doubles along with Jemma Bowker, Beth Channon, Sarah Pearce and Ruth Shackleton.
The top two in the Eastern Division met each other and the honours were shared as Oldland Abbotonians and Forest Green Rovers battled out a 2-2 draw. Oldland twice went in front through Jess Cole and Courtney Thomas, with Forest Green, who remain top on goal difference, hitting back on each occasion thanks to Charlie Rowlands and a Sian Towler penalty. FC Chippenham meanwhile won for the first time, 4-1 away to Team Mendip with goals from Kathryn Kilgour (2), Ann-Marie Hervey and Ellie Burgess.
Callington Town are the new leaders of the Western Division after running out 8-0 winners over Activate. Stacey Derrick and Gemma Farley each bagged hat-tricks and there was one apiece from Emily Sweet and Kate Nicholls. Sam Metters was another hat-trick scorer along with Lucy Rothero for Plympton Ladies as they beat Exeter & Tedburn Rangers 4-1 to go second. Alphington meanwhile won 2-1 at lllogan Ladies thanks to Sophie Simpson and Molly Dineen, with Abbie Carveth replying.
Southern Region League
Winchester City Flyers kept up their strong looking start to the new season by beating Bracknell Town 7-1, moving themselves into second place in the Premier Division table on goal difference. Amelia Cutler netted twice along with one each from Georgina Axton, Lisbeth Mottashed, Bethany Norman, Francesca Thornton and Charlie Snelling.
In Division One Northern, Oxford City Nomads have taken up first place in the fledgling table following their 5-0 victory over Wycombe Wanderers in which Amy Pipe (2), Kiera Isaac, Heather Young and Abbie Smith were all on the scoresheet.
Barton Rovers are the early leaders of Division One Southern, thanks to a 1-0 success away to Alton Utd, a first half goal from Chloe Tucker settling matters in their favour. Winchester City Flyers Res meanwhile opened up their campaign by also winning 1-0 at Andover New Street.
West Midlands League
Kingshurst Sporting Club have maintained their good start in the Premier Division and are in second place after beating Leafield Athletic 4-2. Laverne Robb was on target twice for Kingshurst along with Naomi Melbourne and Remi Tymon.
Lisa Ann Stringer scored a hat-trick and Rebecca Clarke added the other to give Atherstone Ladies a 4-2 victory over Florence which takes them into third place in Division One North. Tamworth and Brereton Town occupy the next two places after sharing a 2-2 draw, Catherine Harris and Stacey Whitehouse netting for Tamworth with Nicole Jakeways and Stacey Roberts-Wright replying.
In Division One South, Redditch Utd claimed their first win of the season and this has moved them up into third place. Katie Edwards, Molly Gilmartin and Natalie Monaghan scored the goals as Redditch won 3-1 against Solihull Utd. Marston Green meanwhile defeated Kenilworth Town 3-2 thanks to an Abbie Taylor brace and Sarah Anderson.
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