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East Midlands League
Chloe Elphick netted both goals as Mansfield Town opened up a lead of six points at the top of the Premier Division with a 2-1 win away to Arnold Town. Sheffield Utd replaced Rise Park in second place by beating them 4-2, Shannon Smith netting twice along with Tania Marsden and Cara Hopkinson. Peterborough Northern Star are placed just behind the leading times following their 3-0 victory over Mansfield Hosiery Mills, courtesy of a Jodie Bartle brace and Chanade Henderson. Ruddington Village continue to seek their first points, they were beaten 3-1 by Kettering Town for whom Laura Beckett (2) and Caitlin Redfern were on target.
Ollerton Town have gone further clear at the top of Division One North, they are now six points ahead following their 5-0 success away to Lincoln Moorlands Railway. Natalie Gibson netted twice, with one apiece from Holly Jennings, Rachael Bell and Rachel Murray. Sleaford Town are now in second place at the expense of Woodlands Ladies, beating them 3-1 thanks to Hannah Keal, Ashleigh MacKenzie and Megan Pallister. Stephanie Morrell hit a hat-trick and Hayley Brown the other as Calverton MW defeated Draycott Victoria 4-0 and Grimsby Borough were 6-3 winners at Teversal thanks to Natalie Aird (2), Amy Kay (2), Lottie Soar and Kristina Walker.
Peterborough Utd have a lead of three points in Division One South, courtesy of a 4-0 win away to Riverside LFC. Keir Perkins led the scoring with a hat-trick and Tash Applegate was also on target. Northampton Town meanwhile netted seven times without reply past Heather LFC to move into second place. Emily Miles was another hat-trick scorer for Oadby & Wigston Dynamo as they defeated Loughborough Foxes Vixens 7-2. Toni Lewis added a brace and there was one apiece from Samantha Hargrave and Saffron Prior.
Eastern Region League
League leaders Haringey Borough are through to the quarter finals of the League Cup after Klesha Darroux and Julia Carruthers gave them a 2-0 win away to Colchester Town. Beth Stanton scored the only goal of the game as AFC Dunstable won 1-0 against Bedford Ladies. Wymondham Town caused a surprise as they defeated Billericay Town 2-0, Kayleigh Holloway and Laura Nicholls scoring, and Silver End also knocked out Premier Division opposition when Kayleigh Steed (2) and Rebecca Hollocks gave them a 3-2 victory at Writtle. Ashley Debnam and Georgia Holdaway each scored hat-tricks and Leah Cowan netted the other as Brentwood Town beat Offley & Stopsley 7-3.
The only match in the Premier Division finished with honours even as Acle Utd and AFC Sudbury drew 1-1, goals coming from Bryony Knights and Charlene Roach respectively.
In Division One, Colney Heath were 3-2 winners over Hutton, whilst Hertford Town defeated Hoddesdon Town Owls 2-1 with goals from Bilge Taspinar and Becky Shephard.
London & South East League
With Leyton Orient not playing, Crawley Wasps took the chance to go four points ahead with a 4-2 win away to Camden Town, Roseanne Fine netting twice along with Danielle Boyd and Lauren Callaghan. Breeze Carmichael was on target twice and Cindy Colliver added the other as Carshalton Athletic went third by winning 3-1 at Aylesford. London Corinthians also recorded a 3-1 victory away to Fulham FC Foundation, courtesy of an Emily Hart brace and Laura Susarta.
North East League
Barnsley bounced back from defeat seven days earlier to win 5-2 away to third placed Castleford White Rose and preserved their lead of three points at the top of the Premier Division. Brittany Sanderson scored a hat-trick and Amy Woodruff added the other two, with Aimi Beresford netting a brace in reply. Norton & Stockton Ancients remain hard on their heels in second, following their 4-1 victory over Wakefield in which Sian Williams bagged a hat-trick and Rebecca Davison joined her on the scoresheet.
Durham Cestria further extended their Northern Division lead to eight points after they won 2-1 against Cramlington Utd, Courtney Corrie and Holly Jackman scoring. York City Res have gone second with a narrow 3-2 victory over Hartlepool Utd, Sophie Tinson (2) and Holly Smith netting their goals with Chelsea Basnett and Amy Cowan replying. York are ahead on goal difference from Blyth Town Lions and South Shields, whose meeting ended in a 2-2 draw. Paige Lester and Abbie Robinson were on target for South Shields, with Blyth replying through Sarah Bennett and Rebecca Henry. Guisborough Ladies meanwhile won an extraordinary game 11-6 against Prudhoe Town, who almost doubled their goal output for the season but still ended up beaten. Louise Skiba netted five times for Guisborough, Kimberley Skiba contributed a hat-trick while Sam Reekie (2) and Rachael Scott completed the scoring.
In the Southern Division, Westella & Willerby are just one point off the pace after winning 3-1 away to AFC Preston with goals from Victoria Stonehouse, Amy Thompson and Rebekah Walker. Doncaster Belles (Women's) follow on in third, they defeated Altofts Ladies 6-1 thanks to Chantelle Willis (2), Sarah Burkill (2), Jessica Andrew and Georgina Margereson. Emily Higgins and Kathryn Mudge scored the goals as Sheffield Wednesday claimed a 2-1 success at Harrogate Railway.
North West League
Bolton Wanderers have a lead of seven points in the Premier Division following their 7-1 victory over City of Manchester. Blackpool defeated Burnley Girls & Ladies 3-0 to replace their opponents in second place on goal difference, with Wigan Athletic one point behind after they defeated Birkenhead 4-0. MSB Woolton netted five times without reply away to CMB Ladies whilst Stockport County won 3-1 against Manchester Stingers to leapfrog them into the top half. Blackburn Community are out of the bottom two after their 3-0 victory against Accrington Girls & Ladies.
Sir Tom Finney are starting to stretch the pace in Division One North and are three points ahead after beating Leigh RMI 3-0. Carlisle Utd meanwhile pulled away from the bottom two places with a 1-0 victory over mid-table Workington Reds.
The all-important top of the table clash in Division One South was firmly settled in favour of Merseyrail Bootle, who defeated FC United of Manchester 5-1 to open up a lead of three points over their opponents. Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res follow in third, beating Liverpool City Ladies Community 4-2 to stay just ahead of Warrington Wolverines, who were 7-3 winners away to Curzon Ashton. Ellesmere Port Town are back in the top five following their 4-0 victory over Northwich Vixens.
South West League
Marine Academy Plymouth are the new leaders of the Premier Division after Sam Drewery (2), Eden May (2) and Jamey Symons saw them to a 5-0 victory away to Charlestown. Emily Mousley scored the only goal of the game as Torquay Utd beat Poole Town 1-0 to replace them in fourth place, and Keynsham Town Development were 2-0 winners at Frome Town thanks to a brace from Taylor Gainey.
In the Eastern Division, FC Chippenham moved into the top three on the back of a 5-1 victory over Cheltenham Town Development. Aleksandra Guzik was on target twice along with Chloe Butler, Lydia Hanks and Ann-Marie Hervey.
The withdrawal of Launceston has meant a re-calculation of the Western Division table but it has not disrupted Buckland Athletic's run at the top and they are three points clear following their 3-1 success away to Newquay Celtic. Hayley Chamberlain netted twice and Laura Gough the other for the leaders, with Annie Richards grabbing the home side's consolation. Second placed Alphington ran out 4-1 winners over Illogan Ladies to keep up the chase, Molly Dineen bagged a brace along with Laura Burwood and Mary Murphy.
Former winners Callington Town are through to the quarter finals of the Bristol Soccerworld Cup after a 6-2 victory away to last season's beaten finalists, Plympton Ladies. Kate Nicholls (2), Stacey Derrick, Gemma Farley, Elen Griffiths and Kat Marment scored the goals for Callington. Ilminster Town meanwhile produced a fine performance to beat AEK Boco 3-2. Shannon Crouch netted twice and Jade Shoemark was also on target for Ilminster, with Lily Broad and Sasha Ferris replying.
Southern Region League
Oxford City returned to the top of the Premier Division following their 6-0 victory away to Bracknell Town. Rachel Mariam and Kiera Issac both netted doubles, with Nicole Miles and Rebecca Howard completing the tally. Marlow got over the disappointment of their League Cup exit the previous week by beating Newbury Ladies 3-1 and Team Solent leapfrogged Milton Keynes City after winning their clash 1-0.
Division One table toppers Barton Rovers suffered their first defeat of the season, beaten 5-1 by New Milton Town. Olivia Jones (2), Katie Norman, Charlie Pitkin and Nicole Power scored the goals to take New Milton third, just behind Oxford City Nomads who were 4-0 winners at Winchester City Flyers A thanks to Danielle Anderson, Emma Kidd, Melissa Farrow and Amy Chivers. Megan Lebbern netted twice and Tiffany Taylor the other to give Alton Utd a 3-1 success away to Wycombe Wanderers and Ascot Utd defeated Woodley Utd 6-2, Lucy Holzman-Clarke bagging a hat-trick along with Hannah Evans, Amy Woollard and Georgia Bowers.
Winchester City Flyers are the third team through to the semi finals of the League Cup, after they won 10-2 away to Fleet Town. Beth Norman led the scoring with a four-goal haul and Francesca Thornton hit a hat-trick, while Hannah Chaffey, Payton Howard and Kayleigh Moss also got on the scoresheet.
West Midlands League
Kingshurst Sporting Club extended their Premier Division lead to five points with a 6-3 win at Leafield Athletic. Remi Tynon netted twice for Kingshurst along with Vicky Cook, Naomi Melbourne, Laverne Robb and Elizabeth Russell. Crusaders have gone level on points with second placed Burton Albion after they defeated Coundon Court 3-1. Rachel Green and Faye Large both hit doubles as Wolverhampton Sporting ran out 4-1 winners away to Leamington Lions to go up to mid-table.
Runaway Division One North leaders Stockingford AA Pavilion did not play on Sunday and saw the gap trimmed to eleven points by Stone Dominoes, who edged out Shrewsbury Juniors by the odd goal in nine. Victoria Garner netted four times for Stone and Amy Thompson added the other. Wyrley Ladies netted eight time without reply against Florence, Rachel Cumberledge hitting a hat-trick along with Laura Cumberledge (2), Debbie Hibbett, Lisa Oakden and Beth Stokes. Shannon Moores (2), Katie Maya, Lacey Smith and an own goal guided Leek Town to a 5-3 success at Tamworth, whilst Kelly Brownson and Chantelle Chetwynd were on target for Atherstone Ladies in their 2-2 draw against Brereton Town, who replied through Nicole Jakeways and Holly Meehan.
The Division One South table needed to be re-calculated after Coleshill Town withdrew during the week, with Redditch Utd eight points clear after winning 3-2 away to Stourbridge. Worcester Utd are second following their 5-0 victory over Marston Green in which Lucy Edwards and Annie Highway each netted twice along with Michelle Davis.
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