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East Midlands League
Nettleham stay top on goal difference following their 5-1 victory over Arnold Town in which Tia Johnson netted twice along with Abbie Murrell, Holly Newman and Jess Hogg. Leicester City Women Development made sure of keeping pace with them by winning 6-0 at Kettering Town, Gabriella Reid hitting a hat-trick with Natalie Hurst (2) and Annie Taylor adding the others. Oughtibridge follow on after Codi Melia and Becky Shaw gave them a 2-1 win away to Ollerton Town and Peterborough Northern Star remain the division's other 100% team, they defeated Rise Park 6-1 thanks to doubles from Louise Barbour, Vicky Gallagher and Cassie Steward. Androulle Kokkinou (2), Nikki Flood and Lorette Palmer scored the goals as Mansfield Town won 4-3 against Loughborough Students, for whom Grace Stanley netted a hat-trick, and Kathie Rees was on target for Mansfield Hosiery Mills in their 1-1 draw against Eastwood Ladies, who replied through Samantha Burton.
Hykeham Town have a lead of two points in Division One North following their 4-1 win away to Draycott Victoria, Amy Blinkhorn netting twice along with Amie Barnes-Ford and Chloe Witt. They are ahead of Lincoln Moorlands Railway who were held to a 2-2 draw by Sleaford Town, Tara Capon and Lauren Churcher scoring their goals with Joanne Wilson on target twice in reply. Third placed Woodlands Ladies also drew 2-2, Kelsey Burton-Evans and Lauren Turner were on the scoresheet with Hayley Brown netting a brace for Calverton MW. Emily Nelis (2) and Shelly Marriott-Smith gave Market Warsop a 3-2 victory over Teversal and there was a third 2-2 draw between Arnold Town Development and Grimsby Borough, Emily Yeboah Obeng and Phoebe Lonsdale scoring twice respectively.
Oadby & Wigston Dynamo have gone top of Division One South after Samantha Hargrave (2) and Emily Miles gave them a 3-0 win away to Thrapston Town whilst previous leaders Northampton Town were beaten 3-2 by Corby Town, for whom Laura Dodwell (2) and Nicole Andrejczuk were on target. Peterborough Utd meanwhile kept up their challenge with a 5-2 victory over Heather LFC, Keir Perkins netting twice along with Amy Gore, Jeorgia Carr and Emily Smith. AFC Leicester were 2-1 winners at Corby S & L whilst Desford and Loughborough Foxes Vixens finished level at 3-3, with Samantha Clarke, Katie Stone and Ceara Toal scoring for Loughborough.
Eastern Region League
League leaders Billericay Town were held to a 3-3 draw by improving Royston Town, who scored through a Gemma Croucher brace and Francesca Smithers. Cambridge City made up ground in third place after Isabella Simmons and Anna Wilson gave them a 2-0 victory over Colney Heath. Charlotte South, Beth Stanton and Samaira Khan netted the goals as AFC Dunstable won 3-2 away to AFC Sudbury and Bedford Ladies were 3-1 victors over Acle Utd thanks to Setor Acolatse, Hannah Bodily and Natasha Fensome. Brentwood Town meanwhile netted eight times without reply past Lowestoft Town, spearheaded by a Georgia Holdaway hat-trick with Marie Barker (2), Drew Allen, Danielle Butler and Zoe Hinton joining her on the scoresheet.
King's Lynn Town have opened up a four-point lead at the top of Division One North after beating second placed Ipswich Wanderers 4-0. Tiffany Forshaw, Jade Kelly, Shelley Woods and Georgia Reardon all netted a goal apiece for King's Lynn. Wymondham Town replaced Histon in third place after defeating them 8-2. Nadine Basson led the scoring with a hat-trick, Laura Nicholls and Laura Wiseman each added a brace and Mollie O'Callaghan was also on target. Stephanie A'Len and Angela Holden were on the scoresheet as Silver End Utd won for the first time, 2-0 against Ipswich Town Development.
In Division One South, Little Thurrock Dynamos narrowed the gap on leaders Stevenage Ladies Res to six points as they defeated Hertford Town 4-0, goals coming from Georgia Fraser, Abbie Simmonds, Ebony Moore and Kerri Thomas. Hutton meanwhile won 2-0 against Hoddesdon Town Owls thanks to two strikes from Kaitlin Sugg.
London & South East League
The clash between the top two ended with honours even as AFC Phoenix battled out a 1-1 draw with Crawley Wasps, who stay three points clear. Lauren Callaghan gave Crawley the lead during the first half, with Helen Bellfield earning Phoenix a share of the spoils after the break.
In the League Cup, Corrie Goodhew scored twice and Emily Vaughan the other as Parkwood Rangers won 3-0 against Eastbourne Town. London Kent Football Utd ran out 5-1 winners away to Aylesford thanks to an Emily Hart brace, Danielle Harrison, Elizabeth Adams and Adele Keech. Carshalton Athletic scored nine times without reply past Watford Development in the other game.
North East League
Durham Cestria have gone three points clear in the Premier Division after scoring nine times without reply past Wakefield. Jenny Bitzer and Alanah Scott each netted twice along with Jessica Hennessy, Sophie Wood, Sophie Hodgson, Molly Holder and Sasha Adamson. Norton & Stockton Ancients climb up to second with a 6-1 victory away to East Yorkshire Carnegie, goals coming from Anna Mawston (2), Nyci Thorns (2), Chelsea Beetch and Victoria Hutchinson. Christine Murray, Siobhan Simpson, Megan Watson and Natasha Wilson scored as Tynedale edged out Farsley Celtic 4-3 and Hartlepool Utd won for the first time, 5-2 against York City thanks to Sarah Rowbotham (2), Caitlin Bates, Jessica Dawson and Justine Robinson.
In the Northern Division, South Shields replaced York RI in second place after beating them 7-0. Prudhoe Town meanwhile ran out 5-0 winners over Guisborough Ladies, Katy Hemmingway netting twice along with Catherine Johnston, Samantha Garcia and Charlotte Brown. Stephanie Curry was on target for Consett Ladies in their 1-1 draw with Boldon CA Villa, who replied through Allison Ferris.
Harrogate Railway were unable to take an opportunity to go top of the Southern Division when they were held to a 1-1 draw by Ossett Albion. Charlotte Gough was on target for Ossett, with Harrogate responding through Nicola Hadley. Just one point covers the top four places including Sheffield Wednesday, who would also have been the new leaders with a win but stay fourth after their clash with Doncaster Belles (Women's) ended goalless.
North West League
Tranmere Rovers' steady climb up the table has seen them take over as the new leaders, going two points ahead of Merseyrail Bootle after beating third placed Fleetwood Town Wrens 2-1. Merseyrail themselves conceded their 100% record as they were held to a 4-4 draw by Manchester Stingers. Burnley Girls & Ladies meanwhile moved into the top four on the back of a 4-0 victory over Accrington Girls & Ladies. Blackpool claimed their first league win of the season when they defeated CMB Ladies 5-2.
Division One North table toppers Penrith AFC saw their six match winning run brought to a halt by Kendal Town, who held them to a 2-2 draw. This allowed Cammell Laird to narrow the gap on them to five points, with a game in hand, after they won 3-0 away to Morecambe Res. Carlisle Utd meanwhile played only their second league game on the season and it ended in a 6-1 victory over Preston North End.
FC United of Manchester continue to look strong in Division One South and their 4-1 win against Curzon Ashton has taken them seven points clear of their second placed opponents. In the other game, Warrington Wolverines notched up a 2-0 victory over Stockport County Blues which lifts them into the top four.
One tie was played in the Argyle Sports Cup, Stockport County coming away from Bury FC Women with an 8-0 victory under their belts.
South West League
Marine Academy Plymouth have opened up a lead of three points after they won 3-1 away to Forest Green Rovers, Sam Drewery scoring twice and Louisa Stentiford-Crook adding the other. Torquay Utd now occupy second place following their 4-0 success at Keynsham Town Development, Sian Chapman hitting a hat-trick with Daisy Self also on target. Bishop's Lydeard and Exeter City are in fourth and fifth after their clash ended level at 1-1, Jordan Bindon netting for Lydeard and an own goal replying. Buckland Athletic made it three wins out of three when beating Yeovil Town Intermediate 7-0, Laura Gough scoring twice with further strikes from Kirsty Caunter, Abigail Meyer, Leah Brooks, Amber Coates and Sarah Stacey. Ilminster Town made it two wins on the trot with a 3-0 victory over Downend Flyers and they are up into mid-table, their markswomen were Maisie Poole, Megan Purchase and Colette Martin.
Wootton Bassett Town are still flying at the top of the Eastern Division, maintaining their lead of five points with a 4-1 win away to FC Chippenham with Beth Westlake scoring all four goals. Almondsbury stay amongst the chasing teams after Jamie Leigh Worlock and Georgia Adams gave them a 2-0 victory over St Nicholas Res, meanwhile Kathryn Bach (2) and Milly Colford were on target for Swindon Town Development as they beat Frome Town 3-0. Gemma Riley (2) and Lucy Bennett gave Cheltenham Civil Service a 3-2 success against local rivals Cheltenham Town Development and Fran Dalton netted for Oldland Abbotonians during their 1-1 draw with Team Mendip, who replied through Natasha Crew.
One match was played in the Western Division, Plympton Ladies running out 5-0 winners away to Activate. Sam Metters led the scoring with a four-goal haul and Chelsea Robinson was also on the scoresheet.
Southern Region League
The two teams with a 100% record in the Premier Division came face to face on Sunday and the game lived up to its billing, Chesham Utd triumphing 5-4 over Oxford City to stretch their lead at the top to five points. Gemma Fraser hit a hat-trick for the Clarets along with Niamh Euman and Sarah Hazell, while Oxford replied through Steph Mobbs (2), Mollie Dyer and an own goal. Second placed Ascot Utd were beaten 1-0 by Winchester City Flyers, Bryony Morrell scoring the only goal of the game, and they have been caught by Milton Keynes City who ran out 5-1 winners over Team Solent, Katie Crawley bagging herself a hat-trick with Danielle Rolph and Mia Skaarup also on target. Olivia Jones scored both goals as New Milton Town claimed their second win, 2-1 against Shanklin.
Barton Rovers have gone three points clear in Division One North after an Amie Benton brace and Rachel Allwright fired them to a 3-0 success away to Woodley Utd. Wokingham & Emmbrook meanwhile scored five times without reply past Benson Lionesses, Alice Lilley scoring twice along with Olivia Shaw, Joanne Atkins and Caroline Paterson.
Chloe Tape (2), Emma Davis, Rosie Eden and Terri Harvey were the markswomen for AFC Bournemouth as they won 5-0 at Eastleigh to stay three points ahead at the top of Division One South from Warsash Wasps, who also recorded a 5-0 victory against Alton Ladies. Megan Fox led the scoring with a hat-trick and Isabel Molyneux-O'Callaghan added the other two. Elizabeth Reid and Lauren Townsend each netted twice, with one apiece from Lauren Clark and Sophie Bamforth, as Winchester City Flyers Res recorded their first victory, 6-1 against Fleet Town.
West Midlands League
League leaders Crusaders saw their unbeaten record come to an end at the hands of Stockingford AA Pavilion who won their meeting 3-2. Amanda Turnbull (2) and Hannah Morris were on target for Stockingford, with replies from Paige Leonard and Ellie Gibbs for Crusaders who stay top on goal difference from Leafield Athletic and Bedworth Utd a single point behind after they beat Worcester Utd 5-0. Kingshurst Sporting Club were also 5-0 winners against Lye Town and Wolverhampton Sporting defeated Coundon Court 3-0.
Division One North leaders Sutton Coldfield Town did not play on Sunday but they still head the table by five points from Wyrley Ladies, who beat Tamworth 6-3 to go second. Shrewsbury Town were 8-1 winners away to Bilbrook and this result has taken them up to third, meanwhile Florence and Shrewsbury Juniors battled out a 3-3 draw. Brereton Town recorded their first victory as they edged out Atherstone Rangers by the odd goal in eleven.
The top of the table clash in Division One South went firmly the way of Redditch Utd, who defeated Gornal Ladies 6-0 to replace their opponents as leaders on goal difference. Solihull Utd complete a trio of teams level on points at the top following their 10-2 victory against Coventry Development. Coventry Sphinx made sure of keeping in touch with the leading sides by winning 2-0 away to Solihull Sporting. Kidderminster Harriers made the short trip to Stourbridge for a narrow 2-1 victory and Rugby Town were 5-4 winners over Droitwich Spa.
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