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 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 2 Dec 2016
 
East Midlands League
Late goals from Sophie Hurst and Vicky Gallagher took Peterborough Northern Star through to the quarter finals of the League Cup with a 2-0 victory against local rivals Peterborough Utd. Sheffield Utd, currently the highest placed team left in the competition, netted nine times without reply against Loughborough Foxes Vixens with Sophie Bell (2), Annalise Carol (2), Jennifer Pearson (2), Kim Brown (2) and Jodie Hartley on the scoresheet. Notts County Development edged past Riverside LFC with a 2-1 win thanks to Reegan Sellars and Courtney Walters, meanwhile Abbie Murrell netted twice along with Tia Johnson, Holly Newman and Katy Thornley for Nettleham in their 5-2 success away to Oadby & Wigston Dynamo. Kirsty Farnsworth netted four times and Milly Miller the other as Bedworth Utd won 5-0 at Sleaford Town. Corby S & L defeated Woodlands Ladies by the odd goal in seven, Leanne Noonan scoring twice along with Joanne Ross and Leah Stacey, and Northampton Town were 4-2 winners away to Leicester City Women Development.
 
Jemma Meakin led the scoring with a hat-trick as league leaders Mansfield Town progressed in the League Plate by winning 8-0 against Ruddington Village. Androulle Kokkinou added a brace and there was one apiece from Monica Bowley, Chloe Elphick and Nikki Flood. Grimsby Borough defeated Premier Division Kettering Town 3-1 thanks to Amy Kay (2) and Natalie Aird. Hannah Hughes and Emily Nelis were on target for Arnold Town Development in their 2-1 victory over Teversal and Ollerton Town were 3-1 winners away to Lincoln Moorlands Railway, goals coming from Holly Jennings, Rachael Bell and Stacey Curzon.
 
Eastern Region League
Haringey Borough head the Premier Division table by three points following their 10-1 victory over Colchester Town. Jessica Appeagyei and Julia Carruthers both hit hat-tricks and the tally was completed by Roisin Cormack, Klesha Darroux, Anele Komani and Jaidene Browne. Bedford Ladies were beaten 2-1 by Acle Utd who scored through Joanne Hooper and Kate Pasque, whilst third placed AFC Dunstable shared a goalless draw with AFC Sudbury. Leah Cowan (2) and Sophie Lovell were on target as Brentwood Town won 3-2 away to Histon and Royston Town defeated Billericay Town by the same scoreline, Samantha Tinsley netting twice along with Paris Coldicott-Stevens.
 
Cambridge City got back on track in Division One, the table toppers recovering from their first defeat seven days earlier to win 2-1 away to Hoddesdon Town Owls with goals from Emma Littlewood and Lauren Tomlinson. Rachael Lewis bagged a brace for Offley & Stopsley in their 2-1 success at Hutton and this takes them into second place, ahead of Silver End who drew 2-2 with Little Thurrock Dynamos. Sophie Dowman and Danielle Styles were on target for Little Thurrock, with Silver End replying through Lynsey Bowman and Rebecca Hollocks. Colney Heath and Hertford Town finished level at 1-1, goals coming from Sophie Joseph and Becky Shephard respectively, and Stevenage Ladies Res defeated Wymondham Town 4-0 thanks to Rosy Woodhams, Leah Littlechild, Jessica Nash and Sarah Payne.
 
London & South East League
Leyton Orient made it eight wins on the trot when beating Eastbourne Town 4-0 and this preserves their lead of two points at the top of the table. Ella Meadowcroft was on target twice for the O's along with Connie Montiel-McCann and an own goal. Crawley Wasps are back in second place after scoring ten times without reply past Aylesford, spearheaded by a Suzanne Davies hat-trick. Dannielle Bourne and Rebekah Dunt added two goals apiece and they were joined on the scoresheet by Roseanne Fine, Holly Turbill and Lauren Callaghan. Fulham FC Foundation are off the bottom of the table after winning for the first time this season, 5-0 against Herne Bay courtesy of Tori Adlam, Megan Lovelock, Kendal Styles, Rachel Woodland and an own goal.
 
North East League
Tynedale warmed up for this week's plum SSE Women's FA Cup tie against Newcastle Utd with a 1-0 victory over Scunthorpe & Bottesford in the only match played in the Premier Division. Megan Watson scored the only goal of the game to lift her side above their opponents and into fourth place in the table.
 
Hartlepool Utd narrowed the gap on Northern Division leaders Durham Cestria to three points by winning 3-2 away to South Shields. Amy Cowan, Justine Robinson and Sarah Rowbotham netted the goals for Hartlepool, with Amy McDowell and Natalie May replying. York City Res have gone third after Ellie Randall and an own goal gave them a 2-1 victory over Cramlington Utd. Leanne Anderson bagged herself a four-goal haul to help Blyth Town Lions stay in the hunt with a 6-0 success away to Lowick Utd. Kati Donnelly and Megan Tighe added the others for Blyth whilst the match between Redcar Town and Prudhoe Town ended goalless, earning each side a valuable point.
 
In the Southern Division, Westella & Willerby scored nine times without reply past Cleethorpes Town to move to within a single point of leaders Farsley Celtic. Natalie Bell went nap with a five-goal haul and Amy Ward weighed in with the other four. Ossett Albion and Malet Lambert YC meanwhile battled out a 1-1 draw, goals coming from Chloe Denton and Carla Green respectively.
 
North West League
Bolton Wanderers strengthened their position as Premier Division leaders despite being held to a 3-3 draw by Stockport County. Second placed Burnley Girls & Ladies went down to their first defeat of the season, beaten 5-2 by MSB Woolton, meaning that Bolton now have a lead of four points. Wigan Athletic stepped up their challenge in third by winning 3-1 away to Blackpool. On a day of draws in the top division, Manchester Stingers and CMB Ladies finished level at 1-1 whilst Birkenhead picked up a welcome point as they also drew 1-1 with Accrington Girls & Ladies.
 
The top clash in Division One North went the way of Penrith AFC, who won 2-1 away to Sir Tom Finney to take over as the new leaders and open up a lead of three points, while the home side stay third behind Bury Girls & Ladies who did not play. Kendal Town meanwhile made it 18 goals in two matches when beating Preston North End 6-0 as they head towards mid-table.
 
The top two are beginning to pull away from the rest in Division One South; Merseyrail Bootle winning 5-0 away to Egerton to maintain their two point advantage over FC United of Manchester, who scored thirteen times without reply against Liverpool City Ladies Community. Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res follow on in third after their 7-0 victory at Ellesmere Port Town. Warrington Wolverines lost ground by going down to a 2-1 defeat to improving Curzon Ashton, who are now off the bottom after winning for the second match in succession.
 
South West League
Due to the majority of clubs being involved in County Cup ties, there was only one match played throughout the league on Sunday and this was in the quarter finals of the Pat Sowden Cup.
 
Holders Bishop's Lydeard are out of the competition this time around after going down to a 2-0 defeat at home to Poole Town. Emma Acott scored both goals to take the Dorset side through to the semi finals.
 
Southern Region League
Oxford City moved into second place in the Premier Division, climbing above Marlow after beating them 3-2. Nicole Miles, Mollie Avery and Molly Lygo-Jackson scored the goals for Oxford, with Abi Canvin netting twice in reply. In the other game, Newbury Ladies claimed their first league victory of the season when defeating Bracknell Town 3-2. On target for Newbury were Nicole Beesley, Caroline Harkness and Ellernore Reed, while Bracknell responded through Tina Leahy and Sarah Davern.
 
In Division One, Oxford City Nomads were unable to take an opportunity to close the gap on leaders Barton Rovers when they were beaten 4-3 by Fleet Town. Hayley Jordan (2), Kristina Wright and Joanne Harfield netted the goals for Fleet with Danielle Anderson (2) and Heather Young replying. Alton Utd inflicted a first league defeat of the season on Woodley Utd, beating them 4-0 with strikes from Tiffany Taylor, Afiya Johnson, Megan Lebbern and Eshe Johnson. Amy Woollard hit a hat-trick, Tracey Ellis added a brace and there was one apiece from Vivian Moore, Georgia Bowers, Hannah Evans and Lucie Kroutliova as Ascot Utd ran out 9-2 winners over Winchester City Flyers Res.
 
West Midlands League
Leafield Athletic continue to edge their way up the Premier Division and are in a mid-table position after they shared a 2-2 draw with third placed Lye Town.
 
In Division One North, Tamworth maintained their good run of form and have moved up to second following their 4-1 victory away to Brereton Town. Elsewhere, Stone Dominoes ran out 5-1 winners at Florence and currently lie fourth.
 

 
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