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East Midlands League
Mansfield Town remain seven points clear at the top following their 7-3 victory away to Notts County Development. Androulle Kokkinou and Jemma Meakin each hit hat-tricks for the league leaders and Sarah Chapman added the other goal. Second met third in an important clash and it was Peterborough Northern Star who ran out 5-0 winners over Rise Park, courtesy of a Vicky Gallagher hat-trick, Cassie Steward and Georgia Coulson. Meanwhile the two teams at the foot of the table faced each other with Arnold Town beating Ruddington Village 7-0. Holly Chalmers and Molly Parker each netted twice for Arnold, with one apiece from Magealena Bytnar, Chrystal Smiley and Janine Willows.
There has been another change at the top of Division One North, Calverton MW taking over after beating previous leaders Woodlands Ladies 3-1 with goals from Jenna Smith, Jenna Stocks and Shantay Wright. Grimsby Borough are up into second after Natalie Aird (2), Nancy Barker and Amy Kay gave them a 4-1 victory away to Winterton Rangers. Lucy Hamilton netted the only goal as Ollerton Town won 1-0 at Sleaford Town and this takes them above Lincoln Moorlands Railway who drew 1-1 with Arnold Town Development, goals coming from Chloe Winchester and Emily Nelis respectively. Teversal picked up their first point of the season when drawing 1-1 with Draycott Victoria, who scored through Natalie Loughenbury.
Natalie Hurst was on target four times and Lauren Bartle added the other for Division One South table toppers Leicester City Women Development as they defeated Loughborough Foxes Vixens 5-0 to stay ahead on goal difference from Northampton Town, who won 10-1 against Riverside LFC. Emma Dunmore netted four times, Francesca Partridge weighed in with a hat-trick and the total was completed by Sara Wait, Alexandra Ayckbourn and Harley Collyer. Katie Bruckman (2), Michelle Byrne and Leah Stacey were the markswomen for Corby S & L in their 4-2 victory over Oadby & Wigston Dynamo.
Eastern Region League
Bedford Ladies have opened up a lead of seven points after coming from two goals behind to beat Colchester Town 3-2 on Sunday. Kaiya Glynn, Eden Kibron and an own goal gave Bedford the points after Colchester had led through Kira Fitzpatrick and Georgia Box. AFC Dunstable also won 3-2 against Brentwood Town to catch up ground on the top three, Amber Pearson netting twice along with Paige Kavanagh. Writtle are in the top half after Amy Simmons (2), Courtney Clarke and Sophie Vale fired them to a 4-0 victory over Histon.
Only one match was played in Division One but it saw Wymondham Town take over as the new leaders after Kayleigh Holloway, Alice Collins and Gemma Sanders gave them a 3-1 win against Ipswich Wanderers.
London & South East League
Crawley Wasps have taken over as the new leaders following their 3-1 victory away to Herne Bay. Rebekah Dunt, Roseanne Fine and Holly Turbill were all on target for Crawley, with Rebecca Smith replying for the home side. London Corinthians made sure of keeping in touch with the leading sides as a Laura Susarta brace and Verity Snow saw them to a 3-2 success at Aylesford.
North East League
Barnsley ran out 8-3 winners away to Tynedale and this has seen them go three points ahead at the top of the Premier Division. Brittany Sanderson led the scoring with a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Holly Findlay, Danielle Lowe, Kathryn Smith, Amy Woodruff and Drew Greene, while Tynedale replied through Jennifer Alford, Lauren Ray and Siobhan Simpson. In the other game, Annece Legg was on target for Boldon Ladies in their 1-1 draw with East Yorkshire Carnegie, whose goal came from Sian Bentley.
The top of the table clash in the Northern Division went the way of Durham Cestria, who beat Hartlepool Utd 4-1 to go six points ahead of their opponents. Anna Young netted twice for Durham along with Lauren Briggs and Tricia Gould, Hartlepool replying through Amy Cowan. Rachel Best bagged a hat-trick, with Kirsty Armstrong, Chloe Roylance and Hannah Turnbull adding the others as Cramlington Utd defeated Prudhoe Town 6-1 and Blyth Town Lions won 3-1 against Guisborough Ladies thanks to Sarah Bennett (2) and Leanne Anderson. Dionne Fleming and Becki McMahon were on target for South Shields in their 2-1 victory over Lowick Utd.
Natalie Bell scored twice along with Lauren Holmes and Amy Thompson for Southern Division for Westella & Willerby in their 4-1 success against Ossett Albion, which sees them open up a lead of three points. In the other game, goals from Grace Wilkinson (2), Chloe Harrison, Natalie Riley and Emily Shaw took Altofts Ladies to a 5-1 victory away to Harrogate Railway.
North West League
Bolton Wanderers are the new leaders of the Premier Division after winning 8-1 away to Accrington Girls & Ladies to move ahead of an inactive Burnley Girls & Ladies on goal difference. City of Manchester could have gone level on points with the top two but instead crashed to a 6-0 defeat at the hands of MSB Woolton. Wigan Athletic triumphed 5-1 against Stockport County and are in fifth, just ahead of Manchester Stingers who were 3-0 victors at Blackburn Community.
In Division One North, Penrith AFC won their Cumbrian derby match 2-1 against Carlisle Utd to halve the gap on table toppers Bury Girls & Ladies to three points. Sir Tom Finney meanwhile defeated Academy Juniors 11-1 and they complete the top three, just in front of Leigh RMI who won 4-2 at Kendal Town. Workington Reds kept themselves in touch with the leading sides by beating Preston North End 3-0.
Things are looking close at the top of the Division One South table and FC United of Manchester have held onto the leadership despite being held to a 1-1 draw by bottom of the table Curzon Ashton. They head the league on goal difference from Ellesmere Port Town who also drew, sharing six goals with Stockport County Blues. Merseyrail Bootle won 6-2 at Northwich Vixens and are in third, one point off the pace but with games in hand. Altrincham and Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res occupy the next two places after their meeting culminated in a 3-3 draw. Warrington Wolverines complete the top half after beating Egerton 5-0 whilst Liverpool City Ladies Community won for the second time in three matches, 3-2 against Chorltonians.
South West League
In the only match to be played throughout the league on Sunday, Ilminster Town claimed their second victory of the season in the Eastern Division, winning 3-0 away to Cheltenham Civil Service. Sammie Knight netted two of the goals for the Somerset side and Graziely Rezende Esperanca was also on target.
Southern Region League
Southampton Women have replaced Winchester City Flyers at the top of the Premier Division after beating them 3-0 on Sunday. Emma Pinner, Sheree Bell-Jack and Kirsty Bell were all on target for Southampton who head the table by two points. Team Solent meanwhile claimed their second win of the season, Eleanor Hellyer and Jaye Howlett scoring the goals in their 2-1 victory over Newbury Ladies, who replied through Amie Barnard.
In the solitary match to be played in Division One, Alice Firth scored the only goal of the game for Winchester City Flyers Res in their 1-0 success away to Alton Utd.
West Midlands League
Naomi Melbourne was on target for league leaders Kingshurst Sporting Club as they shared a 1-1 draw with Wrockwardine Wood, who scored through Jenna Boddison, and this sees them extend their lead at the top to four points.
Division One North table toppers Stockingford AA Pavilion were not in action but their two nearest rivals were, Leek Town and Brereton Town battling out a 1-1 draw. Elise Skelding was on target for Leek, with Brereton responding with a goal from Holly Meehan. Shrewsbury Juniors meanwhile netted eight times without reply against Bilbrook, Katie Doster hitting a hat-trick and Jamie Phillips a brace while Verity Farrell, Zoe Griffiths and Casey Starling also got on the scoresheet.
No matches were played in Division One South on Sunday.
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