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 Women's Football News 28 Oct 2016
East Midlands League
It has been a good week for Sheffield Utd, who followed up their midweek win over leaders Mansfield Town by beating Kettering Town 4-0 to close the gap at the top to six points. Jennifer Pearson, Rosa Neary, Melissa Celi and Kimberley Brown all scored a goal apiece for United. Nettleham made sure of keeping in touch with the leading sides with a 5-2 success at Ruddington Village whilst Bedworth Utd were 3-2 winners over Arnold Town thanks to Kirsty Farnsworth, Jodie McGuckin and Sophie Wilson. Courtney Walters, Katy Gigg, Beth Curzon and Katie Robinson were all on the scoresheet as Notts County Development defeated Mansfield Town 4-1.
Stephanie Morrell and Louise Payne scored the goals for Division One North leaders Calverton MW in their 2-1 win away to Lincoln Moorlands Railway and this keeps them two points ahead of Woodlands Ladies , who beat Grimsby Borough 4-1 courtesy of Emily Foss (2), Lauren Turner and Jessica Parker. Ollerton Town are in third following their 3-1 victory over Arnold Town Development in which Lucy Hamilton, Daniella Snowdon and Natalie Gibson all scored. Ashleigh Eggington and Jade Welch were on target for Sleaford Town in their 2-1 success at Teversal whilst Sarah Upton netted the only goal of the game for Draycott Victoria against Winterton Rangers.
Northampton Town battled out a 3-3 draw with Peterborough Utd and this was enough to take them to the top of Division One South. Eleanor Bootham scored twice and Jessica Driscoll the other for Peterborough. Oadby & Wigston Dynamo meanwhile won for the first time, 4-0 against Riverside LFC thanks to a Samantha Hargrave double, Kiri Herbert and Hannah Jarvis. 
Eastern Region League
Julia Carruthers scored the only goal of the game as Haringey Borough won 1-0 away to AFC Sudbury, to close the gap to four points on Premier Division leaders Bedford Ladies. AFC Dunstable beat Histon 2-1 to stay fourth, Stephanie Fisher and Paige Kavanagh netting, just ahead of Writtle who were 3-1 winners over Brentwood Town thanks to Kayleigh Franklin, Amy Simmons and Sophie Vale. Colchester Town climbed out of the bottom two places after Georgia Box and Tiffany Reeves gave them a 2-1 success away to Billericay Town.
Cambridge City made it six wins out of six and are the new leaders of Division One after they defeated Stevenage Ladies Res 4-2. Charlotte Gillies, Rachel Pearce, Isabella Simmons and Lauren Tomlinson all netted a goal apiece. Shanice Sanderson hit a hat-trick, Giselle Randall weighed in with a brace and there was one each from Katerina Hamplova and Charlene Moreton as Offley & Stopsley went third by winning 7-0 at Hertford Town. Little Thurrock Dynamos meanwhile beat Hoddesdon Town Owls 4-0 with goals from Taylor Adcock, Sophie Dowman, Katy Judd and Kerri Thomas. 
London & South East League
Crawley Wasps are continuing to stretch the pace after scoring ten times without reply past Herne Bay. Roseanne Fine led the scoring with a five-goal haul and there was one apiece from Ariana Flieschman, Holly Turbill, Danielle Boyd and Rebekah Dunt as well as an own goal, to help Crawley beat the Kent side for the second successive week. Leyton Orient remain second, one point behind but with two games in hand, following their 7-0 victory over Camden Town. Sophie Le Marchand also bagged five goals for the O's, while the others came from Ella Meadowcroft and Leyre Bastyr. Alisha Brayer, Sacha Brinkley, Chloe Farrell and Elle Richards all got on the scoresheet for third placed Watford Development in their 4-1 success at Eastbourne Town. Elizabeth Adams and Laura Susarta were on target for London Corinthians in their 2-2 draw with Carshalton Athletic, who had led by two goals at the break courtesy of Breeze Carmichael and Darcey Edwards. Aylesford moved up into mid-table after a Bethany Hulme double and Rebecca Barr earned them a 3-0 win away to Fulham FC Foundation. 
North East League
Danielle Lowe, Darcie Greene and Amy Woodruff all scored twice, with Drew Greene adding the other as leaders Barnsley won 7-0 against Wakefield to stay three points clear of Norton & Stockton Ancients, who were 2-1 victors at Wallsend Boys Club thanks to Kate McSorley and Sian Williams. Castleford White Rose are up into third following their 4-2 victory over Scunthorpe & Bottesford in which Michelle Walsh netted a brace along with Bridie Hannon and Becky Kendell. Oughtibridge claimed their second win of the season by scoring seven without reply against East Yorkshire Carnegie. Codi Melia bagged a hat-trick while Jenny Selman (2), Annie Longmore and Lauren Turner were also on the scoresheet.
Northern Division table toppers Durham Cestria were not in action and their lead has been halved to three points by Hartlepool Utd, who won 8-1 against Guisborough Ladies. Jessica Dawson and Christina Corner each scored twice along with Caitlin Bates, Jenni Duffy-Smith, Joanne Hurrell and Sarah Rowbotham. Third placed York City Res were held to a 1-1 draw by Redcar Town, who scored through Gemma Craddy. Sarah Bennett netted a hat-trick along with Chloe Elliott, Megan Tighe and Nicole Davis for Blyth Town Lions in their 6-2 victory over Prudhoe Town and South Shields defeated Cramlington Utd 2-1 thanks to Caroline Campbell and Natalie May.
Westella & Willerby are now five points clear in the Southern Division after they won 3-1 away to Malet Lambert YC, goals coming from Lauren Holmes (2) and Amy Ward. Olivia Auker and Kurbi Wright each scored twice along with Demi Godson and Helen Gresty as Farsley Celtic defeated Sheffield Wednesday 6-3 to go second, just ahead of Courts City who won 6-0 against Cleethorpes Town courtesy of doubles by Chelsea Bailey, Charlotte Bell and Demi Thomas. Jazmin Harrison, Emily Shaw and Rachel Henderson scored the goals for Altofts Ladies in their 3-2 win over AFC Preston and at the other end of the table, Ossett Albion beat Harrogate Railway 3-1 with strikes from Joanna Atkinson, Rachel Barber and Rebecca Wiggans. 
North West League
In the First Round of the Argyle Sports Kit Cup, two Premier Division teams fell victim to opponents from a lower division, both of which were after extra time. Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res won 3-2 against CMB Ladies and Egerton were 3-1 victors away to Birkenhead. In the all-Premier Division ties, Blackburn Community produced something of a shock when beating league leaders Bolton Wanderers 3-1, Accrington Girls & Ladies defeated City of Manchester by the only goal of the game and Wigan Athletic were 3-2 winners away to MSB Woolton. Manchester Stingers were pushed hard by Altrincham in their 4-3 victory whilst Blackpool had a smoother passage in defeating Leigh RMI 9-2, as did Burnley Girls & Ladies with a 6-1 success against Stockport County Blues. Carlisle Utd notched up the biggest win when finding the net sixteen times against Academy Juniors and Division One North leaders Bury Girls & Ladies had a successful trip to Preston North End, winning 4-0. Two teams who have started well in their respective divisions met each other and it was Merseyrail Bootle who emerged as narrow 2-1 victors over Penrith AFC. Sir Tom Finney meanwhile advanced with an 8-0 victory over Curzon Ashton. FC United of Manchester won 5-1 against Warrington Wolverines and Northwich Vixens triumphed 2-0 away to Ellesmere Port Town. 
South West League
Poole Town have started the season well in the Premier Division and caught up ground on the top three on Sunday after beating Frome Town 6-0. Sam Gubb, Rebecca Miles, Katie Paul, Sacha Paynter, Katelyn Wyatt and Rebecca Yeo all scored a goal apiece for Poole.
In the Eastern Division, fourth placed AEK Boco ran out 5-0 winners away to Team Mendip, who are still seeking their first points. Lily Broad, Kelly Cutler, Julia Farrell, Estelle Randall and Courtney Smith were all on the scoresheet.
Buckland Athletic have moved back to the top of the Western Division following an emphatic victory over Illogan Ladies, which included six-goal hauls from Kirsty Caunter and Laura Gough. Previous leaders Callington Town were beaten 3-1 by Alphington for whom Laura Burwood (2) and Corinne Potts were on target. Newquay Celtic leapfrogged Activate into fifth after beating them 4-1, Annie Richards scoring twice along with Lisa Hegarty and Jess Longworth. 
Southern Region League
Oxford City began their defence of the League Cup with a 3-0 victory away to Bracknell Town thanks to Heather Young, Melissa Farrow and an own goal. Southampton Women, runners-up last season, meanwhile scored eleven times without reply against Woodley Utd, Sheree Bell-Jack netting four times along with Emma Pinner (2), Jane Yeates (2), Gemma Simmonds, Kirsty Bell and an own goal. Charlie Snelling and Francesca Thornton each scored twice, with Kayleigh Moss and Louisa Castle adding the others, as Winchester City Flyers defeated Alton Utd 6-3 and Team Solent edged out Barton Rovers 3-2 after extra time. Heather Taylor and Jade Arnott each scored twice along with Louise Chadwick for Fleet Town as they won 5-2 against Wycombe Wanderers.
In the Premier Division, Milton Keynes City are in mid-table following their 5-1 victory against Newbury Ladies. 
West Midlands League
Burton Albion won 1-0 away to Wolverhampton Sporting to narrow the gap on leaders Kingshurst Sporting Club to a single point. Bekkie Sloan scored the only goal as Crusaders also recorded a 1-0 victory at Leamington Lions to sit in third, just ahead of Wrockwardine Wood who beat Knowle 4-3 with Jenna Boddison (2), Rebecca Bown and Kayleigh Harrison on target. Lye Town complete the top half of the table after defeating Coundon Court 1-0 thanks to a goal from Robyn Hyngley.
Stockingford AA Pavilion maintained their 100% league record to date in Division One North by recording a 6-1 win in their local derby against Atherstone Rangers. Sharni Turnbull and Catherine Smith each scored twice along with Jessica SÚvellec and Vicky Norman to help keep their side four points ahead of second placed Brereton Town, who beat Shrewsbury Juniors 5-3 via a Beth Cottrell hat-trick, Danni Biggs and Jodie Kinsey. Katie Maya, Alice Painter, Lacey Smith and Isabel Wretham were all on target for Leek Town in their 4-0 victory at Florence and this keeps them just ahead of Shrewsbury Town, 6-0 winners over Bilbrook thanks to Tania Prior (2), Vicky Harper, Olivia Minshall, Annaliese Noakes and Charlotte Sewell. Wyrley Ladies moved into the top half after Ellesse Birkett and Emily Quimby gave them a 2-1 victory over Stone Dominoes.
The top of the table clash in Division One South went the way of Redditch Utd who defeated Droitwich Spa 5-2 and replaced them as leaders. Sophia Andrea Liperis and Marielle Pastor each netted twice for Redditch along with Katie Edwards. Paige Cardill, Chloe Jones and Bonnie Mountford gave Kenilworth Town a 3-0 victory over Marston Green and Rubery Ladies won for the first time, 3-2 against Coventry Development thanks to a Faye Birch double and Emma Read.



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