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 Women's Football News 4 Nov 2016
 
East Midlands League
League leaders Mansfield Town were beaten for the second time this season when they went down 3-0 to Nettleham, who scored through an Abbie Murrell brace and Sophie Wallis. Their lead has been trimmed to four points by Peterborough Northern Star, whose 13-0 victory over Ruddington Village was spearheaded by four-goal hauls from Vicky Gallagher and Cassie Steward. Jessica Farchica (2), Samara Iredale, Jodie Bartle and Chanade Henderson rounded off the scoring. Sheffield Utd meanwhile suffered their first defeat, 3-2 to Bedworth Utd for whom Jodi Hunter, Alexandra Shilton and Kirsty Farnsworth all scored. Mansfield Hosiery Mills and Rise Park battled out a goalless draw whilst Arnold Town beat Kettering Town 1-0 with Molly Parker netting the only goal.
 
Division One North table toppers Calverton MW also went down to defeat, 3-1 at the hands of Ollerton Town who have gone level on points with them. Holly Jennings, Natalie Gibson and Rachael Bell were all on target for Ollerton. A win would have taken Woodlands Ladies top but they are one point off the pace after drawing 2-2 with Draycott Victoria. Chloe Scott and Lauren Turner netted for Woodlands, with Draycott replying through Sarah Upton and Jodie Smith. Jade Welch (2), Joanne Wilson and Bethany Scarll gave Sleaford Town a 4-1 success at Arnold Town Development whilst Lincoln Moorlands Railway were 2-0 winners over Grimsby Borough thanks to two Chloe Winchester goals. Winterton Rangers registered their first points when sharing four goals with Teversal, Lindsey Creasy and Olivia Hardy scoring for Winterton and Teversal's coming from Lauren Rodway and Lauren Toon.
 
There was a change of leadership in Division One South with Leicester City Women Development going top with a 2-0 win away to Heather LFC, Lauren Bartle scoring both. Peterborough Utd are one point off the pace after Keir Perkins (2), Emily Smith and Jessica Driscoll gave them a 4-0 victory over Oadby & Wigston Dynamo. Loughborough Foxes Vixens are level on points with Corby S & L after beating them 2-1. 
 
Eastern Region League
Leaders Bedford Ladies were beaten 5-2 by Haringey Borough who are four points behind them in second place. Klesha Darroux and Brooke Hills each netted twice for Haringey, with Julia Carruthers adding the other. AFC Dunstable made sure of keeping in touch with the top two as Samaira Khan, Amber Pearson and Charlotte South gave them a 3-2 success away to Royston Town. Charlotte Churchman, Sophie Jeffery, Megan Partridge and Stacey Teager were all on target for AFC Sudbury in their 4-1 victory over Histon and this moved them above Acle Utd who were beaten 3-1 by Writtle, whose goals came from Abigail Fry, Amy Simmons and Georgina Tricker. Brentwood Town came away from Colchester Town with a 3-2 win thanks to Ashley Debnam and Angela Arnold.
 
One match was played in Division One, goals from Leah Littlechild and Sarah Payne giving Stevenage Ladies Res a 2-1 victory over Hoddesdon Town Owls.
 
Division One leaders Cambridge City progressed in the League Cup after a Charlotte Gillies goal earned them a 1-0 success at Ipswich Wanderers. Laura Wiseman netted a brace and Kayleigh Holloway the other for Wymondham Town in their 3-1 win over Little Thurrock Dynamos and Jodie Osborne grabbed the only goal of the game for Silver End against Colney Heath. 
 
London & South East League
Leyton Orient are back on top of the table after beating previous leaders Crawley Wasps 4-1. Sophie Le Marchand netted twice for the O's along with Jasmine Campbell and Egle Trezzi but Crawley did become the first team to score a league goal against Orient this season, through Roseanne Fine. Watford Development moved second as they scored eight times without reply past Fulham FC Foundation. Alisha Brayer, Holly Newell and Kemina Webber all bagged doubles along with Danielle Maloney and Emma Bebbington. A Laura Susarta hat-trick gave London Corinthians a 3-0 victory at Herne Bay and Tamara Graham also netted three for Carshalton Athletic as they defeated Camden Town 6-0. Breeze Carmichael, Megan Jeffries and Gemma Staple added the other goals for Carshalton. Chelsea Wallace scored the game's only goal as Aylesford kept up their improving form by beating Eastbourne Town 1-0. 
 
North East League
Barnsley won 9-0 away to Boldon Ladies to keep themselves three points clear at the top of the Premier Division. Holly Findlay hit a hat-trick, Drew Green weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Darcie Greene, Danielle Lowe, Brittany Sanderson and Amy Woodruff. Norton & Stockton Ancients stay close at hand in second place, Nyci Thorns (2), Sian Williams and an own goal giving them a 4-2 victory over Castleford White Rose. Scunthorpe & Bottesford are third after they defeated East Yorkshire Carnegie 2-1 thanks to Abbie France and Lily Wishart. Oughtibridge continue to improve, they beat York City 4-0 with goals from Codi Melia (2), Laura Cain and Lauren Turner, and Tynedale won 4-2 at Wakefield to go into mid-table, their markswomen were Nicole Gibson, Ashley Lambert, Megan Watson and Natasha Wilson.
 
Durham Cestria maintained their three point lead in the Northern Division with a 2-1 success at York City Res, given to them by Chloe Allan and Tricia Gould. Second placed Hartlepool Utd scored twelve without reply against Prudhoe Town, Caitlin Bates bagging a five-goal haul along with Jessica Dawson (2), Amy Cowan, Jenni Duffy-Smith, Sarah Rowbotham and Sarah Bartlett. South Shields are starting to make their way up the table, they beat Redcar Town 2-0 thanks to Natalie Beswick and Dionne Fleming, whilst a Kimberley Skiba brace and Louise Skiba earned Guisborough Ladies a 3-2 victory over Lowick Utd.
 
Westella & Willerby remain on top of the Southern Division despite being beaten 5-0 by Farsley Celtic, who are now two points behind them. Olivia Auker netted twice along with Katie Platts, Shirley Murphy and Keeley Tottie. Doncaster Belles (Women's) follow on after a 6-0 victory over Cleethorpes Town, goals coming from Jessica Andrew (2), Lauren Earle (2), Sophie Brown and Chantelle Willis. Sheffield Wednesday returned to form by defeating Courts City 6-2, Stacey Buxton hitting a hat-trick with Kathryn Mudge, Chantelle Rymer and Michelle Wakelin adding the others. An Ellie Tanser goal gave Malet Lambert YC victory at Harrogate Railway whilst Ellie Worsley (2) and Marlie Willerton were on target for AFC Preston in their 3-3 draw with Ossett Albion, who replied through a Nicola Swift brace and Rachel Barber. 
 
North West League
Bolton Wanderers ran out 8-0 winners over Manchester Stingers to stay on top of the Premier Division on goal difference from Burnley Girls & Ladies, who beat Stockport County 1-0. Wigan Athletic are up into third, their highest position of the season to date, following their 5-0 success away to City of Manchester. Blackpool lost ground when they suffered a surprise 4-1 defeat to CMB Ladies, who recorded their first win of the season as a result. MSB Woolton complete the top half of the table following their 2-0 success against Blackburn Community.
 
Division One North leaders Bury Girls & Ladies were beaten for the first time this season, 1-0 by Leigh RMI who stay fourth but are just three points off the pace. Sir Tom Finney meanwhile defeated Preston North End 5-1 and move up to second place. Workington Reds closed up ground on the leading pack with an emphatic 13-0 victory against Academy Juniors.
 
FC United of Manchester continue to lead a very close race in Division One South, winning 2-0 at Egerton to lead the way by a single point from Merseyrail Bootle who beat Chorltonians 4-0. Altrincham won 3-0 against Northwich Vixens and go third, ahead of Ellesmere Port Town who lost 4-1 to Warrington Wolverines. Liverpool Marshalls Feds stormed to a 5-1 victory over Curzon Ashton and Stockport County Blues defeated Liverpool City Ladies Community 4-2. 
 
South West League
Leaders Bishop's Lydeard were not in action on Sunday and their advantage has been trimmed to three points by two teams. Marine Academy Plymouth defeated Poole Town 7-0, Sam Drewery netting four times along with Kate Bowden, Emily Eaton and an own goal, and Jemma Tewkesbury went one better by scoring five for Yeovil Town Intermediate in their 9-1 victory at Frome Town. Jodi Cornwall, Hannah Eglon, Leonie Hobbs and Terri Trowbridge added the other goals for Yeovil. Kylie Allen, Jessica Bessell and Amber Coates were on target as Downend Flyers beat Middlezoy Rovers 3-1 while Tori Marks, Angelee Robinson and an own goal ensured that Charlestown won 3-2 against Torquay Utd.
 
Charlie Rowlands netted both goals as Forest Green Rovers went six points clear at the top of the Eastern Division by beating FC Chippenham 2-0. AEK Boco meanwhile notched up an emphatic win over Team Mendip, led by four-goal hauls from Ellie Keedwell and Sasha Ferris. Courtney Smith contributed a hat-trick and Julia Farrell a double, with the tally being completed by Lily Broad, Jayde Cook, Cheyenne Lee and Sarah Wilmer. Ilminster Town won 2-1 against Cheltenham Town Development courtesy of a brace from Maisie Poole.
 
Buckland Athletic have a lead of three points in the Western Division after winning 3-2 in their top of the table clash with Callington Town. Laura Gough, Gabriella Trays and Abigail Meyer scored their goals with Kate Nicholls and Kat Marment replying. Alphington are up into second place following their 2-0 success at Newquay Celtic, given to them by Laura Burwood and Catherine Wright. Wensdy Wise and Sam Blake-Valerio were on target for Activate in their 2-1 victory over Plympton Ladies.
 
The Bristol Soccerworld Cup got underway on Sunday with last season's beaten semi finalists Cheltenham Civil Service running out 6-0 winners over Launceston. Kelly Churchley and Gemma Riley each scored twice along with Lucy Bennett and Beth Tovey. 
 
Southern Region League
Sheree Bell-Jack led the scoring with a hat-trick as leaders Southampton Women won 13-0 against Bracknell Town to maintain their lead of three points. Laura Gilbank, Cassie Thorp, Emma Pinner and Gemma Simmonds all netted twice and there was one apiece from Kirsty Bell and Katherine Wiseman. Oxford City surged into second place in the league by scoring ten times without reply past Newbury Ladies. Oxford took the lead through a strike from April England and goals from Jane Younger and Molly Lygo-Jackson were struck before England added to her tally from the penalty spot. Rosie McCabe then scored a belter before Kiera Isaac made it six ahead of half time. Substitutes Amy Pipe and Rachel Mariam came on for the second half and both found the net, with Mariam scoring an impressive hat-trick. Gemma Fraser was another hat-trick scorer for Chesham Utd in their 7-1 win over Team Solent and there was one apiece from Natasha Smith, Katie Squire, Laura Barton and Sarah Jackson. Marlow meanwhile replaced Milton Keynes City in fifth place after beating them 2-1.
 
Barton Rovers have taken over at the top of Division One following their 4-0 win away to Wycombe Wanderers. Rachel Allwright, Phoebe Cole, Katy Cresswell and Chloe Tucker all scored a goal apiece to take their side one point ahead of Oxford City Nomads who drew 1-1 with Woodley Utd, Abbie Smith netting their goal with an own goal levelling the scores. New Milton Town are third after beating Andover New Street 10-0, Olivia Jones netting five times along with Victoria Wardle (2), Nicole Power, Ai Shindo and Caitlin Steele. Eshe Johnson (2), Afiya Johnson and Chelsie Stewart saw Alton Utd to a 4-3 victory over Ascot Utd and Wargrave Ladies were also 10-0 winners against Banbury Utd, Wendy Hooper hitting a hat-trick and the others coming from Hannah Sheehan (2), Jodie Penny (2), Courtney Hunt, Bethan Williams and Emma Walker. 
 
West Midlands League
Jordan Atkin scored twice and Jemma Grimadell the other as Burton Albion defeated Wrockwardine Wood 3-1 to go back on top of the Premier Division. They go ahead of Kingshurst Sporting Club who were held to a 2-2 draw by Leamington Lions. Lye Town defeated Crusaders 2-1 to replace them in third place and Wolverhampton Sporting are out of the bottom two following their 3-2 success at Coundon Court. Knowle and Leafield Athletic meanwhile ended up with a point apiece after they shared eight goals.
 
Stockingford AA Pavilion have increased their lead at the top of Division One North to six points after beating Bilbrook 15-0. Catherine Smith and Sharni Turnbull each bagged hat-tricks, Jessica Sevellee and Katy Farmer contributed doubles and the total was completed by Vicky Norman, Maz Hayward, Sophie Taylor, Mica Taylor and Amy Cooper. No less than fourteen of Stockingford;s 18-player squad have found the net so far this season. Second placed Brereton Town drew 1-1 with Shrewsbury Town. Shrewsbury Juniors also went into double figures, scoring eleven without reply past Florence and this moves them up to fifth. Tamworth moved towards mid-table by beating Wyrley Ladies 2-1 as did Stone Dominoes with a 4-1 success against Atherstone Ladies.
 
Redditch Utd are keeping up the pace at the top of Division One South, winning 2-0 against Kenilworth Town to remain two points in front of Worcester Utd who were 1-0 victors over Stourbridge. Third placed Droitwich Spa lost a little ground as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Rubery Ladies, whilst Coventry Development are fourth after beating Solihull Utd 6-1.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 
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