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 Women's Football Regional Premier North East News - 29 Sep 2017
East Midlands League
Eastwood Ladies are leading the Premier Division table after a Chantelle Robinson double, Paige Singleton, Holly Brindley and Amy Townsend gave them a 5-0 victory over Kettering Town. Cassie Steward netted four times and Vicky Gallagher added the other three for Peterborough Northern Star as they beat Arnold Town 7-1 and Leicester City Women Development complete a trio of teams on six points following their 3-1 success at Ollerton Town, Kim Farron (2) and Megan Kenney scoring their goals. Kim Kendrick and Natasha Murray were on target for Rise Park in their 2-2 draw with Mansfield Hosiery Mills, who replied through Beth Wilcockson and Kelly Staples, meanwhile Mansfield Town won for the first time, 2-1 against Nettleham thanks to Monica Bowley and Androulle Kokkinou.
Woodlands Ladies remain on top of Division One North despite being beaten 3-1 by Lincoln Moorlands Railway, for whom Lauren Churcher (2) and Naomi Johnson were on target. Calverton MW stay second after Hayley Brown hit a hat-trick in their 3-3 draw with Grimsby Borough, who replied through Abigail Bendall, Sue Green and Scarlet Woods. Teversal kept up their promising start with a 5-2 victory over Market Warsop, Amy Wainwright scoring four times with Lauren Toon also on target. Hykeham Town made up ground by winning 6-1 against Arnold Town Development, Millie Seaton and Amy Blinkhorn each bagging a brace along with Amie Barnes-Ford and Holly Maidens.
Division One South leaders Northampton Town were held to a 3-3 draw by Peterborough Utd but stay three points ahead. Leah Stacey netted twice and Naomi Dauncey the other for Northampton, whilst Peterborough replied through Emily Smith, Keir Perkins and Bronwyn Mullheron. Oadby & Wigston Dynamo are now in second place after Chloe Quinn (2), Samantha Hargrave, Emily Miles, Lauren Staples and Sophie Tew gave them a 6-0 win away to Desford. Tia Webb scored a hat-trick and Jamie Elday the other for AFC Leicester as they won 4-1 at Riverside LFC to go fourth, just ahead of Thrapston Town who beat Cosby Utd 3-1 thanks to Kelly Rickwood (2) and Hannah Pendred. Joanne Ross and Katie Bruckman were the markswomen for Corby S & L in their 2-2 draw with Heather LFC, for whom Rebecca Dobney netted both.
Corby Town complete the line up in the Second Round of the League Cup after a goal apiece from Nicole Andrejczuk, Laura Dodwell and Stacey McConville gave them a 3-1 extra time victory over Draycott Victoria, whose reply came from Rebecca Turgoose.
Eastern Region League
Billericay Town continue to set the pace at the top of the league and still lead by two points following their 3-1 win away to AFC Sudbury, courtesy of goals from Dempsey Favell, Lauren Knight and Lindsey Morgan. Writtle stay hard on their heels in second, Abigail Fry, Lucy Jones, Leanne Stubbings and Charlotte Bryant all found the net as they edged out Bedford Ladies by the odd goal in seven. Acle Utd are next after beating Cambridge City 2-1 with strikes from Lauren Bullard and Megan Todd. Christina Freestone netted a hat-trick with Sophie Joseph (2), Samantha May (2), Annie Hickey and Nicola Hollick also getting on the scoresheet. AFC Dunstable were 2-1 victors over Brentwood Town and Royston Town's first victory was a 12-1 success against Colchester Town, with Gemma Croucher, Becky Shephard, Francesca Smithers and Sammy Tinsley all scoring a hat-trick apiece.
One match was played in Division One North, where King's Lynn Town defeated Ipswich Town Development 2-1 to go level on points with leaders Histon. Oksana Imanalijeva and Shelley Woods scored the goals for King's Lynn.
In the League Cup, Stevenage Ladies Res progressed with a 3-2 victory over Cambridge Utd Res, Emily Schofield netting twice along with Hayley Wood-Thompson. Brooklyn Cheal-Ferris (2), Kayleigh Holloway, Laura Nicholls, Laura Wiseman and Alice Collins scored the goals as Wymondham Town beat Ipswich Wanderers 6-0. Bishop's Stortford were 3-2 winners at Hertford Town thanks to Rebekah Coppen, Teigan McHale and Brooke White, whilst a Georgia Fraser brace earned Little Thurrock Dynamos a 2-1 success away to Hutton.
London & South East League
AFC Phoenix lifted themselves to the top of the table with a 4-1 victory over previously unbeaten Carshalton Athletic. Elizabeth Wicks was on target twice along with Christy Haragan and Natalia Mann. In the other game, Fulham FC Foundation won for the first time following four straight defeats, beating Eastbourne Town 5-3 thanks to Serine Johannessen (2), Naffie Sillah (2) and Tia-Rae Scott-Coleman.
North East League
Durham Cestria are the early pacesetters in the Premier Division and were 2-0 winners away to York City, thanks to goals from Molly Holder and Nisha Mistry. Norton & Stockton Ancients, who agonisingly missed out on the title last season, started off well this time around by beating Tynedale 7-3 with an Anna Mawston hat-trick, Courtney Corrie, Heather Johnson, Sian Williams and Nyci Thorns. Samantha Deverdics, Rachael Smales and Hannah Gosnold were on the scoresheet for Wallsend BC in their 3-1 victory over East Yorkshire Carnegie and Farsley Celtic won 3-2 at Castleford White Rose, goals coming from Jordan Cheetham, Megan Dunlop and Demi Godson. Katie Hawkshaw, Julia Hogan and Tara Nolan were all on the scoresheet for Wakefield in their 3-3 draw with Hartlepool Utd, who replied through Jessica Dawson, Jade Pye and Justine Robinson.
Consett Ladies have a lead of two points in the Northern Division after scoring nine times without reply past Guisborough Ladies. Beth Wilson was on target four times and Stephanie Curry contributed a hat-trick, with Amy Wharton and Olivia Bruce completing the tally. Alex Hodgson was another four-goal scorer as Boro Rangers defeated Prudhoe Town 9-3. Larissa Burkinshaw hit a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Suzanne Fox and Jade Featherstone. Elizabeth Thompson-Clare led the scoring with a hat-trick and others came from Kayleigh Rogers (2) and Kay Mills as Boldon CA Villa won 6-1 at Cramlington Utd and York RI narrowly beat Blyth Lions 5-4 thanks to a Tehillah Ndhlovu hat-trick and Jodie Langstaff brace.
Malet Lambert YC are the new leaders of the Southern Division after beating Ossett Albion 2-0 with goals from Samantha Warvill and Chelsea Bailey. Altofts Ladies also won 2-0 against Harrogate Railway courtesy of Rachel Pritchard and Rachel Henderson.
North West League
MSB Woolton inflicted a first defeat of the season on Fleetwood Town Wrens, beating them 4-1 to open up a lead of three points at the top of the Premier Division. Stockport County are one of four teams who are chasing them, going level on points with Sir Tom Finney after beating them 5-0. Wigan Athletic follow on after sharing a 2-2 draw with CMB Ladies, meanwhile Tranmere Rovers notched up their first win of the season, 5-2 against Accrington Girls & Ladies.
A 3-3 draw against Cammell Laird has taken Bury FC Women to the top of Division One North, ahead of Leigh RMI who were beaten 5-0 by Penrith AFC. That result has lifted Penrith up to third, one point off the pace. Workington Reds shared a goalless draw with Carlisle Utd and to complete an unbeaten day for the Cumbrian sides, Kendal Town were 3-1 winners away to Bolton Wanderers Res. Morecambe Res notched up their first points of the season when defeating Preston North End 2-0.
Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res made it three wins on the trot to take over as the new Division One South leaders, beating Northwich Vixens 3-2. Crewe Alexandra Development's 3-1 win over Altrincham has taken them into third place whilst West Didsbury & Chorlton belatedly began their campaign with a 4-0 victory against City of Liverpool.
South West League
Marine Academy Plymouth have moved to the top of the Premier Division following their 10-3 victory away to AEK Boco. Sam Drewery led the scoring with a hat-trick, Ellie Bishop, Stacey Derrick and Georgia Baker added two each with Emily Eaton completing the tally. Middlezoy Rovers found themselves on the receiving end of a 9-1 defeat at the hands of Buckland Athletic, for whom Amber Coates hit a hat-trick along with Hayley Chamberlain (2), Sarah Stacey (2), Courtney Butt and Laura Gough. Charlestown and Keynsham Town Development occupy the next two places after sharing a 1-1 draw, Amber Hadrill giving Charlestown a first half lead with Liberty Sims equalising after the break. Sian Chapman and Daisy Self each scored twice along with Sarah Smith as Torquay Utd ran out 5-0 winners at Downend Flyers and Ilminster Town defeated Bishop's Lydeard 2-0 with goals from Colette Martin and Amy Goss.
Royal Wootton Bassett Town lead the way by two points in the Eastern Division after a Laura Gammon goal gave them a 1-0 win away to Cheltenham Civil Service. Almondsbury drew 3-3 with Swindon Town Development and are in second place, Rhianne Oakley (2) and Abby Rose netted the goals for 'Bury. Team Mendip made it two wins in a row when beating Swindon Spitfires 3-1 and Cheltenham Town Development opened up their campaign by beating Frome Town 3-2, goals coming from Catherine Reilly, Holly Rogers and Alana Taylor. Lidiya Mykhalechko was on target for Oldland Abbotonians in their 1-1 draw against St Nicholas Res, who replied through Libby Bell.
Western Division leaders Alphington were held to a 1-1 draw by Bude Town, Kirsty Brown scoring the Alphas' goal with Sarah Badham equalising after the break. Plymouth Argyle Res are one point off the pace after beating Exeter & Tedburn Rangers 13-1. Hayley Ranachan led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Alex Hugh, Tamsin Medd-Gill, Lucy Solloway and Mollie Taylor added two apiece and Danielle Salt was also on target. Jodie Smith hit a hat-trick with Amy Hemingway, Grace O'Leary and Jodie Shipton also on the scoresheet for Callington Town in their 6-0 victory at Activate and a solitary strike from Shannon Workman earned Plympton Ladies the points against Bideford Town.
Southern Region League
Chesham Utd are the new pacesetters in the Premier Division, notching up their second straight win with a 4-1 success against Winchester City Flyers thanks to a Gemma Fraser brace, Dawne Campbell and Joanne Horwood. Newbury Ladies meanwhile beat Team Solent 6-0, Caroline Harkness netting twice along with Shelley Forster, Amie Barnard, Gemma Burnett and Amy McNab. Oxford City opened up their league season with an 8-1 victory over New Milton Town, spearheaded by a hat-trick from Lauren May. Lindsay Pinker added a brace and the total was completed by Natalie Richardson, Mollie Dyer and April England. Georgia Bowers, Simone Martin, Mia McCreesh and Chloe Hazell were all on the scoresheet as Ascot Utd won 4-0 against Milton Keynes City.
Barton Rovers are three points clear at the top of Division One North after sharing a 3-3 draw with Wargrave Ladies. Wendy Hooper (2) and Annie Ackroyd were on target for Wargrave, with Barton replying through Katherine Cresswell, Stephanie Nelson and Hayley Cruickshanks. Alice Lilley meanwhile netted both goals for Wokingham & Emmbrook in their 2-1 victory over Oxford City Nomads.
In Division One South, table toppers Southampton Women Res were 5-0 winners away to Winchester City Flyers Res thanks to a Karleen Hellard hat-trick, Chelsie Hay and an own goal.
West Midlands League
Crusaders are the new leaders of the Premier Division after they defeated Kingshurst Sporting Club 3-1. They head the table on goal difference from Leafield Athletic who won 4-1 at Bedworth Utd thanks to Amy Andrews (2), Nieve Newman and Kaiisha Shade. Alex Morris and Katie Priest netted the goals as Lye Town won for the first time, 2-0 against Wolverhampton Sporting and Coundon Court beat Knowle 2-1 with strikes from Natasha Miles and Kathleen Molloy. Worcester Utd and Leamington Lions each picked up their first point when sharing a 3-3 draw.
Carly Aldred netted twice and Rachel Cumberledge the other as Division One North leaders Wyrley Ladies won 3-1 away to Bilbrook. Sutton Coldfield Town stay one point behind in second place following their 3-2 success at Shrewsbury Juniors. Beth Caddy hit a hat-trick, Katie Sawyer weighed in with a double while Stacey Barley, Holly Ellison, Holly Fowell and Holly Marshall were also on the scoresheet as Goldenhill Wanderers beat Atherstone Rangers 9-3 and Leek Town defeated Tamworth 4-1 thanks to Jules Kendrick (2), Michaela Lockett and Lacey Smith. Lyndsey Bradbury (2) and Leanne Harrison netted the goals for Florence in their 3-3 draw with Brereton Town, who replied through Beth Cottrell, Danni-Jay Dodd-Biggs and Lorren Harrison.
Division One South table toppers Droitwich Spa were beaten for the first time, 4-2 by Coventry Sphinx for whom Joanne Ryan (2), Faye Birch and Xena Dhillon scored. Solihull Utd are level on points with them after winning 7-0 against Rugby Town, Nicola Bayliss and Hayley Wilford each netted hat-tricks along with Saddiqa Shan. Rachel Letford was on target six times for Gornal Ladies in their 12-0 victory over Coventry Development, Sarah Lojko contributing a hat-trick with one each from Levi Cheadle, Sophie Perrin and Kelly Shirley. Samantha Berry, Mayme Conroy and Eloise Gerhold gave Redditch Utd a 3-0 win away to Stourbridge and Kidderminster Harriers were 5-0 victors at Solihull Sporting thanks to Alex Nicklin (2), Sarah Jackson, Anne Johnson and an own goal.


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