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 Women's Football Regional Premier Eastern News - 2 Sep 2017
 
Eastern Region League
Billericay Town continue to set the early pace in the Premier Division following their 6-1 win away to Lowestoft Town. Lauren Knight was on target twice and she was joined on the scoresheet by Kirsty Knight, Lindsey Morgan, Hayley Piggott and Hope Strauss. Natasha Fensome (2) and Maya Sidhu netted the goals as Bedford Ladies won 3-2 at Royston Town and Acle Utd complete a trio level on six points after they defeated AFC Sudbury 5-2, courtesy of a goal apiece from Lauren Bullard, Rebecca Burton, Anna Larkins, Broghan Scully and Megan Todd. Cambridge City belatedly began their season by scoring seven times without reply past Colchester Town, Isabella Simmons spearheading the win with a four-goal haul along with strikes from Stacey Fullicks, Sarah Mosley and Megan Tonks. AFC Dunstable and Writtle battled out a thrilling 5-5 draw in which Charlotte South (2), Danielle Carty, Rianne Townsend-Brown and Beth Stanton whilst Writtle replied through a Sophie Vale brace, Ellie Bowdidge, Abigail Fry and Lynsey Bowman. Nicola Hollick was on target twice for Colney Heath as they shared four goals with Brentwood Town, whose responded through Drew Allen and Holly Griffin.
 
Wymondham Town and Ipswich Wanderers lead the way in Division One North after their meeting finished in a 2-2 draw. All four goals came during the first half with Mollie O'Callaghan and Laura Wiseman netting for Wymondham, who stay ahead on goal difference, and Wanderers' replies coming from Jade Horne and Tanya McKew. Ellie Bocking, Jordan Turner and Shelley Woods were all on target as King's Lynn Town defeated Silver End Utd 3-1 and a solitary goal from Kirsty Geal earned Cambridge Utd Res a 1-0 success at Ipswich Town Development.
 
Newly promoted Bishop's Stortford opened up the Division One South season by winning 3-0 away to Hertford Town, Kathryn Stanley netting twice along with Brogan McHale. Meanwhile on Wednesday night, doubles from Georgia Fraser and Danielle Styles gave Little Thurrock Dynamos a 4-2 victory over Hoddesdon Town Owls.
 
London & South East League
Crawley Wasps have a two point lead at the top of the table and are the only team so far to have won both of their opening games, having beaten Parkwood Rangers 6-1 thanks to a Faye Rabson hat-trick, Lauren Callaghan, Naomi Cole and Suzy Davis. Carshalton Athletic sit in second place in the fledgling table after their meeting with Eastbourne Town ended goalless. London Kent Football Utd meanwhile kicked off their season with a 6-1 victory away to Fulham FC Foundation, Laura Susarta hitting a hat-trick along with further goals from Emily Hart (2) and Rachel Moore.
 

 

 
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