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East Midlands League
Mansfield Town won 2-1 against local rivals Mansfield Hosiery Mills to increase their lead at the top of the Premier Division to nine points. Monica Bowley and Androulle Kokkinou were on target for Town, with Amy Dawson replying. Rise Park dealt a blow to Bedworth Utd's hopes by beating them 3-2, thanks to a Shoniqua Barnes brace and Jessica Waplington. Vicky Gallagher netted twice and Cassie Steward the other for Peterborough Northern Star in their 3-0 victory over Nettleham.
Ollerton Town have gone seven points clear in Division One North after Rachael Bell bagged all four goals in their 4-0 success away to Grimsby Borough. Calverton MW moved to within one point of third placed Sleaford Town by beating them 2-1 with strikes from Hayley Brown and Jenna Stocks. A Chloe Winchester brace gave Lincoln Moorlands Railway a 2-1 win over Draycott Victoria and Emily Nelis scored both for Arnold Town Development in their 2-2 draw with Teversal, who replied through Lauren Rodway and Mel Mason-Meakin.
All matches in Division One South were postponed.
Eastern Region League
AFC Dunstable have taken over at the top of the Premier Division following their 7-1 victory away to Histon. Samaira Khan was on target twice and there was one apiece from Isabelle Attenborough, Danielle Carty, Amber Pearson, Charlotte South and Paige Kavanagh. In the other game, Billericay Town won 2-0 at Colchester Town thanks to a double from Vicky Kinsman.
In Division One, Colney Heath are in second place after winning 3-1 away to Silver End. Sophie Joseph (2) and Jennifer Mansfield netted their goals, with Stephanie Burder replying. Hertford Town and Little Thurrock Dynamos meanwhile remain level on points after battling out a goalless draw.
London & South East League
League leaders Crawley Wasps became the first team to take points off Leyton Orient this season as their top of the table clash ended in a 3-3 draw. Orient had only conceded one goal in the league prior to the match but Naomi Cole, Holly Turbill and Holly Walker all found the net for Crawley, with Ellie Davies (2) and Jasmine Campbell replying for the O's who stay five points behind their opponents but with five games in hand. The two teams immediately below them also met and they shared six goals as well. Laura Susarta netted twice and Emily Hart the other for London Corinthians, with Watford Development scoring through Anaisa Harney, Olivia Syson and Sinead Carroll. Fulham FC Foundation are off the bottom after scoring six times without reply past Eastbourne Town courtesy of a Rachel Woodland brace, Tori Adlam, Charlotte Benson, Alice Curr and an own goal.
North East League
Norton & Stockton Ancients halved the gap on leaders Barnsley to three points by beating Wallsend Boys Club 2-1. Anna Mawston and Nyci Thorns scored for Norton, with Jennifer Brennan replying. Wallsend's defeat means that Castleford White Rose replace them in third after their 4-1 victory away to Scunthorpe & Bottesford. Becky Kendell netted twice for Castleford along with Bridie Hannon and Aimi Beresford.
There were six different goalscorers on the scoresheet as second placed York City Res defeated South Shields 6-3 in the Northern Division. Lindsay Jordan, Sophie Tinson, Ellie Randall, Holly Smith, Grace Foyer and Anna Whitehead all scored a goal apiece for York. Cramlington Utd meanwhile went one better when winning 7-1 at Guisborough Ladies, goals coming from Amber Wilson, Emma Graham, Hannah Turnbull, Georgia Lyall, Megan Hedley, Rachel Best and Anna Mullen.
In the Southern Division, Sheffield Wednesday moved into third place by winning 8-4 against AFC Preston in the only match to be completed. Stacey Buxton and Anna Cairns both hit hat-tricks for Wednesday, with Kathryn Mudge contributing the other two goals.
North West League
Wigan Athletic survived a scare to reach the quarter finals of the Argyle Sports Cup. The Premier Division side shared a 1-1 draw with Northwich Vixens before progressing with a victory in the resulting penalty shootout.
League leaders Bolton Wanderers are in the last eight of the Argyle Sports Plate after they notched up a 5-1 victory away to Altrincham.
Division One North leaders Sir Tom Finney were beaten for only the second time this season when they went down 4-1 to Bury Girls & Ladies. The gap at the top remains at three points though, due to Penrith AFC conceding their unbeaten record when losing 1-0 to Workington Reds.
FC United of Manchester have returned to the top of Division One South after winning 6-1 at Stockport County Blues. Ellesmere Port Town are in third place following their 2-1 success against Egerton and Curzon Ashton are closing in on the top half as they scored eleven times without reply against Liverpool City Ladies Community.
South West League
Yeovil Town Intermediate moved into second place, one point off the pace, after they won 4-1 against Downend Flyers. Jemma Tewkesbury hit a hat-trick and Colette Martin added the other, with Katie Ransome scoring Downend's consolation. Torquay Utd are fourth after Daisy Self and Danielle Wyatt gave them a 2-1 victory at Keynsham Town Development, who scored a late goal through Stephane Souza Nascimento. Frome Town won for only the second time this season, 4-1 over Charlestown thanks to Suzanne Beavin, Dani Skinner, Rachel Sykes and Jade Stacey.
Only one match went ahead in the Eastern Division, second placed AEK Boco winning away to Cheltenham Town Development. Estelle Randall hit a hat-trick for Boco whilst Leanne Godwin and Catherine Reilly replied for the home side.
All matches in the Western Division were postponed due to the bad weather.
Southern Region League
Oxford City stretched their lead at the top of the Premier Division to six points with a 6-1 victory away to Newbury Ladies. Rosie McCabe netted twice and she was joined on the scoresheet by Becca Howard, Lindsay Pinker, Molly Lygo and Rachel Mariam. Chesham Utd are up to third following their 8-1 win against Milton Keynes City, thanks to Gemma Fraser (2), Natalie Adams (2), Dawne Campbell, Emma Delves, Katie Squire and an own goal.
In Division One, Amy Pipe and Abbie Smith gave Oxford City Nomads a 2-1 win against Winchester City Flyers Res which keeps them two points ahead of Barton Rovers, 5-0 victors away to Fleet Town thanks to Gemma Sims (2), Phoebe Cole, Katy Cresswell and Megan Halfacree. Olivia Jones and Charlie Pitkin each netted twice, with Nicole Power and Caitlin Steele adding the others for New Milton Town as they beat Wargrave Ladies 6-2 as did Alton Utd who defeated Wycombe Wanderers 4-2 courtesy of a Megan Lebbern brace, Afiya Johnson and Eshe Johnson. Ascot Utd were 3-2 winners at Woodley Utd with goals from Hannah Evans, Lucy Holzman-Clarke and Emma Wallace.
West Midlands League
Burton Albion have returned to the top of the Premier Division following their 4-1 victory over Wolverhampton Sporting, Jordan Atkin scoring twice along with Jamie-Leigh Fowler and Amy Ramsdale. Coundon Court meanwhile entered the top half on the back of a 4-0 success away to Leamington Lions.
Leek Town continue to chase after runaway Division One North leaders Stockingford AA Pavilion but are still fourteen points behind after winning 4-2 at Brereton Town. Shrewsbury Town triumphed 7-2 away to Atherstone Ladies and this takes them up to third, just ahead of Stone Dominoes who shared a 4-4 draw with Tamworth.
Redditch Utd defeated Rubery Ladies 5-3 to maintain their lead of seven points in Division One South from Worcester Utd, who were 3-0 winners away to Coventry Development. Droitwich Spa complete the top three following their 4-0 victory over Marston Green.
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