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East Midlands League
Arnold Town increased the gap between themselves and the bottom two in the Premier Division by winning 3-0 away to Notts County Development. Holly Chalmers gave them the lead on the stroke of half time and Magealena Bytnar put them further ahead in the second half, before Chalmers netted her second to wrap up the win.
Woodlands Ladies moved themselves to within a single point of Division One North leaders Ollerton Town as they defeated Teversal 4-1. Chloe Scott was on target twice and there was one apiece from Lily Lymn and Lauren Turner, with Teversal's consolation coming from Lauren Rodway. Calverton MW could have gone top with a win but are now third after going down 2-0 to Arnold Town Development, who registered their first victory of the season thanks to Charlee Keetley who netted both goals.
One match was played in Division One South, Riverside LFC and Heather battling out a 2-2 draw which leaves the sides in fifth and fourth respectively. Clare Knibbs and Holly Morgan got on the scoresheet for Riverside, with Heather responding through Michaela Shepherd and Ceara Toal.
Rise Park booked their place in the quarter finals of the League Cup with a narrow 4-3 victory away to Draycott Victoria. Ellie Sims scored twice along with Sasha Booker and Tash Murray, while Joanne Hill, Natalie Loughenbury and Sarah Upton replied for the Division One North side.
Eastern Region League
There was a change of leadership in the Premier Division with Haringey Borough taking over at the top, thanks to a 2-1 win against AFC Dunstable. Kiesha Darroux and Anele Komani scored the goals for Haringey, with Bethany Stanton replying. Previous leaders Bedford Ladies were held to a 1-1 draw by Royston Town, Natasha Fensome and Stephanie Hicks were on target respectively. Billericay Town entered the top four as they ran out 6-1 winners over Histon. Rosi Webb led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Vicky Kinsman, Lindsey Morgan and Katie Whitehead, Histon's consolation being scored by Alison Wright.
Division One leaders Cambridge City surrendered their 100% record and were beaten for the first time this season, 1-0 by Hertford Town. Meike Gierig netted the only goal of the game to earn Hertford the surprise result and only their second victory of the season. Cambridge's lead was trimmed to two points by Silver End who won the other game to go second, 4-3 against Stevenage Ladies Res. Lynsey Bowman (2), Jodie Osborne and Rebecca Hollocks were the markswomen for Silver End, with Stevenage's replies coming from Holly Darling, Jenny Hepton and Emily Schofield.
London & South East League
Just the one match was played in the league on the weekend, at Carshalton Athletic where the home side notched up a 12-1 victory against Herne Bay. Megan Jeffries and Holly Nicholls led the scoring in a result which takes Carshalton into second place on goal difference, Breeze Carmichael added a brace and there was one apiece from Tamara Graham, Rocchane Halls, Eloise Williams and Joanna Goodwin. Holly Bayliss netted a consolation goal for Herne Bay.
North East League
After causing a huge surprise in the SSE Women's FA Cup seven days earlier, Tynedale were brought back down to earth with a bump when they were beaten 4-0 at home by Wallsend Boys Club. Lynsey Wilkinson bagged a hat-trick for Wallsend and Claire Bridgett was also on the scoresheet.
In the Northern Division, Cramlington Utd made up ground on the top half of the table by scoring seven times without reply against Lowick Utd. Rachel Best led the scoring with a hat-trick, Chloe Roylance contributed a brace and there was one apiece from Emma Graham and Amber Wilson.
North West League
Bolton Wanderers have gone three points clear at the top of the Premier Division after they defeated Accrington Girls & Ladies 2-0. Third placed Blackpool were held to a 1-1 draw by Stockport County and they are a single point ahead of Wigan Athletic, who were 3-1 winners over Blackburn Community.
In Division One North, Penrith AFC won 2-0 away to Workington Reds in the Cumbrian derby to make a threesome level on points at the top of the table. Penrith remain in third place behind Bury Girls & Ladies and Sir Tom Finney. In the other game, Kendal Town triumphed 12-1 away to Academy Juniors and this moves them into a mid-table position.
One match went ahead in Division One South and it resulted in a change of leadership. Merseyrail Bootle are back on top of the table after they scored seven times without reply past Stockport County Blues.
MSB Woolton progressed to the Second Round of the Argyle Sports Plate, courtesy of a 5-1 victory away to Birkenhead in the all-Premier Division clash.
South West League
Charlestown are adapting to life very well in the Premier Division following promotion at the end of last season and they have moved into the top half of the table after they defeated Keynsham Town Development 2-0. Amber Hadrill and Angelee Robinson scored the goals for the Cornish side.
County Cup duties and awful weather in the region greatly reduced the number of games with all being postponed in the Eastern Division and a single match going ahead in the Western Division. Buckland Athletic doubled their lead at the top to six points, thanks to a 5-0 success away to Exeter & Tedburn Rangers. Laura Gough, Helen Kukor, Abigail Meyer, Gabriella Trays and Emily Hannaford all scored a goal apiece for Buckland.
Southern Region League
The only action in the league on Sunday took place in Division One with two matches managing to survive the weather.
After drawing each of their three opening league games, Woodley Utd recorded their first victory of the season when beating Fleet Town 4-1. Ellen Surtees and Mollie Haines netted a goal in each half and Fleet's consolation came from Suzanne Darling. Meanwhile, Ascot Utd came away from Wycombe Wanderers with a 4-2 victory under their belts, courtesy of an Amy Woollard double, Lucie Kroutliova and Lucy Holzman-Clarke.
West Midlands League
No matches were played throughout the league on Sunday, due to teams being involved in their respective County Cups.
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