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East Midlands League
Mansfield Town are six points clear once again after beating Ruddington Village 7-0. Androulle Kokkinou led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Jemma Meakin weighed in with a double and Chloe Elphick was also on target. Rise Park won 5-2 at Notts County Development to move up to third, courtesy of a goal apiece from Stevie Gough, Lisa Jones, Ellie Sims, Carla Thornton and Jessica Waplington.
Ollerton Town are the new leaders of Division One North after Jessica Woffinden (2), Rachael Bell (2) and Daniella Snowdon gave them a 5-0 victory over Grimsby Borough. Alice Hayes meanwhile hit a hat-trick for Lincoln Moorlands Railway as they defeated Winterton Rangers 7-1. Lauren Churcher added two and there was one each from Naomi Johnson and Chloe Winchester. Lauren Rodway and Lauren Toon scored the goals for Teversal in their 2-2 draw with Arnold Town Development, who replied through Erica Thacker and Danielle Keetley.
In the solitary match to take place in Division One South, Riverside LFC climbed out of the bottom two with a 5-2 victory against Loughborough Foxes Vixens. Hannah Stubbs bagged a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Annie Posnett and Stacey Schreiber.
Eastern Region League
Bedford Ladies have edged a further point ahead at the top of the Premier Division following their 1-1 draw against Histon. Abigail Davies was on target for Histon, with Bedford responding through Michelle Byrne. Second placed Haringey Borough meanwhile went down to a 3-2 defeat at the hands of Billericay Town, whose goals came from Lindsey Morgan, Hayley Piggott and Rosi Webb. Writtle maintained their climb up the table by beating Colchester Town 2-0 thanks to Courtney Clarke and Sophie Vale.
Division One leaders Cambridge City were in FA Cup action but would doubtless have been happy with the news that the meeting between their two nearest rivals, Wymondham Town and Offley & Stopsley, ended in a 1-1 draw. Laura Wiseman netted Wymondham's goal while Rachael Lewis was on target for second placed Offley. Silver End follow on after Jodie Osborne scored the only goal of the game in their victory against Hoddesdon Town Owls. Adrienne Milton grabbed both for Colney Heath as they won 2-1 at Hutton, to go level on points with the home side.
London & South East League
The League Cup group matches took centre stage on Sunday and Crawley Wasps kept up their good start with a 3-2 win away to Watford Development. Lauren Callaghan, Roseanne Fine and Holly Turbill netted the goals for Crawley with Emma Bebbington and Emma Kern replying. London Corinthians meanwhile defeated Fulham FC Foundation 3-1 in the other game thanks to Katherine Long, Megan Mansfield and Laura Susarta.
North East League
Castleford White Rose are having a good season so far and they strengthened their third position by winning 3-2 against Oughtibridge. Aimi Beresford netted twice and Becky Kendell the other for Castleford, with Kirsten MacGregor and Bridie Pitsch replying.
Durham Cestria have opened up a lead of six points in the Northern Division following their fifteen goal victory over Redcar Town. Stephanie Stafford was on target four times, Chloe Allan and Courtney Corrie each bagged hat-tricks and the tally was completed by Shannon Reed (2), Jessica Hennessy, Holly Jackman, Bethany McIlvenny and an own goal. South Shields made sure of keeping in touch when Chloe Sharp netted the only goal of the game in their win against Prudhoe Town. York City Res meanwhile defeated Guisborough Ladies 7-1, Laura Porritt and Samantha Terry each netting twice along with Gemma Croft, Holly Smith and Sophie Tinson.
Southern Division leaders Farsley Celtic have stretched their advantage to four points following their 5-1 success away to AFC Preston. A win would have taken Courts City up to second but they went down 2-0 to Harrogate Railway, for whom Nicola Hadley netted both goals. Altofts Ladies ran out 5-1 winners over Malet Lambert YC courtesy of a Rachel Henderson hat-trick and two from Grace Wilkinson. Sophie Jones scored twice and Rachel Barber the other as Ossett Albion defeated Cleethorpes Town 3-0.
North West League
Things remain close in the Premier Division between the top two and Bolton Wanderers hold on to top spot despite being held to a 3-3 draw by MSB Woolton. This is because second placed Burnley Girls & Ladies also drew, 1-1 against Wigan Athletic, meaning Bolton remain as leaders on goal difference. Blackpool are now four points behind the top two following their 2-1 win over Manchester Stingers. CMB Ladies came away from Birkenhead with a 3-0 victory under their belts and this has taken them out of the bottom two.
Division One North leaders Bury Girls & Ladies went down to a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Carlisle Utd but they remain top on goal difference from Sir Tom Finney who won 3-1 against Workington Reds. Leigh RMI beat Kendal Town and this has lifted them back into top four, meanwhile the two teams at the foot of the table met each other and it was Preston North End who won for the first time, 4-1 against Academy Juniors.
In Division One South, Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res were unable to take an opportunity to make up ground on the top two when they were beaten 4-2 by Northwich Vixens. Egerton and Liverpool City Ladies Community battled out a 2-2 draw, meanwhile Curzon Ashton celebrated their first league victory of the season, 1-0 against fifth placed Altrincham.
South West League
The respective leaders of the Eastern and Western Divisions came face to face in the First Round of the Bristol Soccerworld Cup but it turned out to be a one-sided affair as Buckland Athletic won 12-0 against Forest Green Rovers. Kirsty Caunter and Laura Gough netted five goals apiece and there was one each from Hayley Chamberlain and Helen Kukor. Holders Alphington are safely into the last eight after Mary Murphy (2) and Laura Burwood gave them a 3-0 victory over Newquay Celtic. Gemma Anderson, Samantha Burnham and Kerry Stapleton were on the scoresheet as Exeter & Tedburn Rangers won 3-2 against FC Chippenham but Cheltenham Civil Service did strike a blow for the Eastern Division, beating Illogan Ladies on a penalty shootout following a 3-3 draw. Lucy Bennett, Gemma Riley and Beth Tovey scored the goals for Cheltenham during open play.
Southern Region League
Marlow have moved into second place in the Premier Division with a 5-0 victory over Team Solent. Winchester City Flyers follow on in third after they defeated Milton Keynes City 3-0 with goals from Louisa Castle, Charlie Snelling and Alice Firth.
Barton Rovers continue to stretch the pace in Division One following their 6-1 win against Ascot Utd. Katy Cresswell and Gemma Sims netted two goals apiece, along with Megan Halfacree and Stephanie Nelson. They lead by four points from Oxford City Nomads who also won 6-1 away to Alton Utd. Amy Chivers was on target twice, with one apiece from Danielle Anderson, Mollie Avery, Abbie Smith and Melissa Farrow. Charlie Pitkin (2), Ai Shindo and Olivia Jones were on the scoresheet as New Milton Town beat Wargrave Ladies 4-3 and Fleet Town defeated Wycombe Wanderers 2-1.
West Midlands League
League leaders Burton Albion were in FA Cup action on Sunday and their advantage was cut to a single point by Kingshurst Sporting Club who beat Wolverhampton Sporting 3-2. Rhiannon Bale, Hannah Boxley and Clair Williamson were on target for third placed Lye Town in their 3-2 success at Knowle and Crusaders were 2-1 winners over Wrockwardine Wood. Leafield Athletic are out of the bottom two after they edged out Leamington Lions by the odd goal in nine, Amy Andrews netting twice along with Isobel Godfrey, Abby Jackson and Michelle McCormack.
Division One North leaders Stockingford AA Pavilion further strengthened their position at the top by beating Florence 7-2. Jessica Sevellec scored a hat-trick, Sharni Turnbull added two and there was one each from Amy Cooper and Jessica Shepherdson to help take their side eleven points clear. Florence replied with goals from Lyndsey Bradbury and Kim Cartlidge. Despite a goal from Jessica Williams, second placed Shrewsbury Town went down to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Shrewsbury Juniors, for whom Katie Doster and Cara Wall were on target, and Brereton Town also lost ground when they were beaten 4-2 by Stone Dominoes. Catherine Harris netted five times and Nadia Bacciochi weighed in with a further four, with Scarlet Fielding also on the scoresheet as Tamworth ran out 10-0 winners over Bilbrook and Wyrley Ladies were 6-1 winners over Atherstone Ladies thanks to a Rachel Cumberledge brace, Ellesse Birkett, Laura Cumberledge, Lisa Oakden and an own goal.
Redditch Utd are continuing to set the pace in Division One South and remain four points clear following their fourteen goal over Coleshill Town. Eloise Gerhold spearheaded the win with a six-goal haul, Valerie Margerum and Marielle Pastor added braces and also on target were Katherine Christopher, Katie Edwards, Jennifer Jones and Sophia Liperis. Charlotte Criddle bagged a hat-trick along with Jenna Dedicoat and April Golding-Polden as second placed Droitwich Spa ran out 5-2 winners over Stourbridge. Kenilworth Town were 4-2 victors away to Solihull Utd, their markswomen were Bobbie-Jade Baker, Bonnie Mountford, Laura Stevenson and Lucinda Stevenson.
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