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AFC Wimbledon keep up perfect start
 Women's Football News 28 Sep 2016
 
Northern Division One
Hull City leapt into the top three on the back of a 5-1 victory away to Mossley Hill. Emma Bentley and Katie Thompson each netted twice for the Tigresses along with Jo Symington.
 
Nikki Berko had a great day for Blackpool Wren Rovers as she bagged a hat-trick in their 4-2 win against Chester-le-Street Town. Robyn Hodkin joined her on the scoresheet with the other goal. 
 
Midlands Division One
Wolverhampton Wanderers got back to winning ways and their 5-0 success over Leicester City Ladies means they move into second place, six points behind leaders Loughborough Foxes. Jade Cross netted the only goal of the first half and Vicky Brackenbury added a second on the hour. Jade Cross then made it three by completing her double, before Andrea Whetton and Amber Quick rounded off the scoring.
 
Rotherham Utd came away from Loughborough Students with a 4-3 victory, the home side coming close to earning their first point of the season. Hollie Barker and Bianca Ross were both on target for Rotherham before Nat Shaw added a second half double. 
 
South East Division One
AFC Wimbledon have a lead of three points at the top of the table but only after a narrow 4-3 success away to Lowestoft Town. Becky Sargent was on target twice for the Dons along with Sami Bock and Sian Wylie, while Lowestoft replied through a Gemma Moore brace and Hannah Waters.
 
Heather McDonnell bagged a brace with Charly Clarke and Sophie Watson the other markswomen for Milton Keynes Dons as they defeated Actonians Ladies 4-1, Katrina Marshalleck responding. The result lifts the Dons into the top half of the table. 
 
South West Division One
Plymouth Argyle defeated St Nicholas 4-1 to move themselves to within one point of leaders Chichester City, who did not play. Natasha Knapman scored a first half hat-trick and Ezme Wells added the other goal, with Rianne Lewis replying for St Nicholas whose goalkeeper Abigail Evans had an excellent match.
 
Keynsham Town are in fifth place after running riot against Exeter City, scoring thirteen times without reply. Cristina Vega Leandro bagged a six-goal haul and Justine Lorton-Radburn contributed a further five, Katarzyna Rusek and Geovana Alves completing the tally with the other goals.
 
Larkhall Athletic meanwhile made it three wins from four games when beating Cheltenham Town 3-1. Emily Harrington, Kate German and Toni Blenkinsopp all scored for the Larks while Cheltenham's consolation came from Ella Hitchcox.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 
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