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East Midlands League
Following Sunday's matches in the Premier Division, nine of the twelve teams are on three points after two more got themselves off the mark with victories. A goal midway through the second half from Jodie Ellis gave Arnold Town the points against Ollerton Town, who would have moved into top position with a draw, and Mansfield Hosiery Mills were 2-0 winners in their local derby against Mansfield Town, thanks to a double strike in the last ten minutes from Beth Wilcockson.
Calverton MW are the leaders of Division One North following their 3-0 success away to Arnold Town Development. Demi-Leigh Crofts netted a goal in each half and Hayley Brown was also on target. Woodlands Ladies went second, ahead of Sleaford Town, after beating them 4-2, Emily Foss hit a hat-trick and Chloe Scott added the other. Teversal kicked off their season with a 6-2 victory over Clifton, Amy Wainwright leading the scoring with a four-goal haul along with Lauren Toon and Kate Pawlitta. Natalie Aird and Scarlet Woods gave Grimsby Borough a 2-1 win away to Draycott Victoria and Hykeham Town defeated Market Warsop 3-0 thanks to Kirsty Dalsell (2) and Amy Blinkhorn.
Emma Dunmore was on target four times as Northampton Town preserved their lead of three points in Division One South by beating Heather LFC 9-0. Georgia Tear added a double and there was one apiece from Georgina Powell, Leah Stacey and Naomi Dauncey. Corby Town won 7-1 at Desford to go second, Nicole Coull scoring a hat-trick along with Nicole Andrejczuk (2), Laura Dodwell and Stacey McConville. Ella Needham and Analice Wilkes each bagged braces as Cosby Utd defeated Corby S & L 4-2, meanwhile Nikki Lidgett and Sophie Tew were the markswomen for Oadby & Wigston Dynamo in their 2-0 success at AFC Leicester. Hannah Pendred was another hat-trick scorer for Thrapston Town as they beat Loughborough Foxes Vixens 6-2, she was joined on the scoresheet by Natalie Halliday and Briony Cox along with an own goal.
Eastern Region League
One match was played in the Premier Division on Sunday, Lowestoft Town winning 3-2 away to Colchester Town. A hat-trick from Hannah Waters earned Lowestoft the points, with Colchester replying through Nancy Butler and Millie Wilding.
In Division One North, Histon took over at the top of the table after a 2-1 victory at Silver End Utd, thanks to goals from Sophie Hopkin and Alison Wright. Jess Taylor-Allum, Melissa Stickland and Michelle Taylor-Allum were all on the scoresheet as Ipswich Wanderers defeated Ipswich Town Development 3-1 in the other game.
Hoddesdon Town Owls meanwhile got themselves off the mark in Division One South, courtesy of a 2-1 success at Hertford Town. Charley Handley and Kristina O'Connell netted Hoddesdon's goals, with Donna Watts replying.
London & South East League
Crawley Wasps have taken over the pace after recording their third straight victory, 7-2 against Fulham FC Foundation. Lauren Callaghan was on target twice for Crawley along with Naomi Cole, Suzy Davis, Rosanne Fine, Holly Walker and Faye Rabson, with Michaela Gooden and Adrianna Lipowska netting Fulham's goals. AFC Phoenix meanwhile defeated Watford Development 12-1, Christy Haragan bagging a four-goal haul and Saskia Philp weighing in with a hat-trick, and there was one each from Natalia Mann, Lucy Monkman, Brittany Saylor, Michaella Williams and Kasey Kelm.
North East League
The first match of the season was played in the Premier Division on Sunday following weeks of League and F.A.Cup action, and it resulted in an emphatic win for Durham Cestria over Castleford White Rose. Molly Holder led the scoring with a four-goal haul whilst Sophie Hodgson hit a hat-trick, Nicola Gibson weighed in with a double and the tally was completed by Jen Jennings, Nicola Worthington and Lauren Jordinson.
Newly promoted Consett Ladies opened up their Northern Division campaign with a 4-2 victory over Blyth Lions. Nicole McEvoy, Stephanie Curry, Beth Wilson and Olivia Bruce were all on target for Consett, Rebecca Henry scoring both of Blyth's goals. Kay Mills was on the scoresheet for Boldon CA Villa in their 1-1 draw with Boro Rangers, who replied through Kim Robinson.
Caroline Hulme scored a hat-trick as Harrogate Town defeated Ossett Albion in the Southern Division. Hannah Stephenson (2), Grace Adams and Matilda Salter added the other goals, while Nicola Swift and Chloe Denton responded for the home side. Demi Thomas and Amy Thompson each netted twice for Malet Lambert YC as they won 4-3 away to Swallownest Beighton.
North West League
No matches were played in the Premier Division on Sunday but in Division One North, there was action with leaders Leigh RMI being held to a 2-2 draw by Preston North End, who registered their first point of the season. In the other game, Cammell Laird were 3-2 winners at Burscough Dynamo and are up into third place.
In Division One South, Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res defeated Stockport County Blues to go level on points with leaders Curzon Ashton, who did not play. Warrington Wolverines beat Northwich Vixens 5-1 to register their first points of the season as did Crewe Alexandra Development with a 2-1 success away to City of Liverpool.
South West League
Middlezoy Rovers have got off to a good start in the Premier Division and they head the table by three points following a 2-1 victory over reigning Champions Yeovil Town Intermediate. Anusia Rourke netted both goals against her former club, whose consolation came from Hattie King. Charlestown meanwhile opened up their season by beating AEK Boco 2-1, Amber Hadrill and Monica Lewis scoring their goals with Sasha Ferris replying.
Portishead Town continue to set the early pace in the Eastern Division after an impressive first half display saw them to a 5-0 victory at Oldland Abbotonians. All the goals came before half time, Hannah Thornton netting twice along with Imogen Fisher, Emily Lindsey and Michelle Venton. Royal Wootton Bassett Town stormed to a 9-3 win over Swindon Spitfires in which Robyn Levett and Beth Westlake both hit hat-tricks along with Hayley Huckin (2) and Laura Jefferies. Almondsbury complete a trio of clubs on six points after they defeated Frome Town 3-0, Faye Gilbert, Rhianne Oakley and Lydia Staley scoring their goals. Natasha Hale scored twice and Ellie Oritt the other for Team Mendip as they beat St Nicholas Res 3-1 and Swindon Town Development were 6-1 winners over Cheltenham Civil Service.
Alphington have opened up a lead of three points at the top of the Western Division after a 3-0 win away to Bideford Town. Kirsty Brown, Laura Burwood and Sophie-Louise Simpson scored the goals for Alphington. Katherine Bryant (2), Sarah Badham, Leanne Stanbury and Clare Badham were on target as Bude Town defeated Activate 5-2 and Exeter & Tedburn Rangers were 2-1 victors over Plympton Ladies thanks to Sam Burnham and Becky Folds.
Southern Region League
One match was played in the Premier Division over the weekend, Milton Keynes City battling out a 2-2 draw with Newbury Ladies, a result which moves City into pole position. Newbury twice took the lead through Amie Barnard and Ellie Reed, with MK hitting back on each occasion with equalisers from Laura Geyton and Natalie Keefe.
Barton Rovers are the early pacesetters in Division One North, they defeated Wokingham & Emmbrook 3-2 thanks to Rachel Allwright (2) and Jade Scott. Rosie Page-Smith and Mollie Haines were on the scoresheet as Woodley Utd won 2-0 against Wargrave Ladies.
Southampton Women Res bounced back from an opening defeat to score thirteen times past Fleet Town in Division One South. Tia Bramble was on target six times along with Cassie Thorp, Chelsie Hay, Kirsty Bell, Marie Clarke, Paris Payne and Olivia Channon plus an own goal.
West Midlands League
Early Premier Division leaders Stockingford AA Pavilion were held to a 2-2 draw by Knowle, for whom Tyler Davison scored both goals. Hannah Morris and Catherine Smith were on target for Stockingford who head the table by a single point. Candice Francis hit a hat-trick along with Lauri Alexander, Stephanie Crichton, Fay Large, Rachel Green and Demi Walker for Wolverhampton Sporting in their 8-1 victory over Leamington Lions and Kingshurst Sporting Club beat Coundon Court 5-3, thanks to a Perrie Craythorne hat-trick, Laverne Robb and Laura Whitehouse.
In Division One North, Wyrley Ladies are in top spot after Laura Cumberledge, Rachel Cumberledge and Emily Quimby gave them a 3-0 win away to Tamworth. Sutton Coldfield Town opened up with a 5-1 win over Florence, Tiara Hemans (2), Cheyanne Jarvis (2) and Elizabeth Smart scoring, and Cara Wall bagged a hat-trick for Shrewsbury Juniors as they beat Atherstone Rangers 6-1, Verity Farrell (2) and Jamie Phillips adding the others.
Droitwich Spa continued their fine start in Division One South, making it three straight wins when defeating Rugby Town 3-1 with goals from Katie Armento, April Polden and Nicola Gregg. They lead by three points from Solihull Utd, for whom a Hayley Wilford brace and Saddiqa Shah earned a 3-1 victory over Kidderminster Harriers. Solihull Sporting meanwhile beat Coventry Development 6-1, Michelle Anderson and Kerry Woodall each scoring twice along with Katie Schofield and Molly Shaw.
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