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East Midlands League
The top two were not in league action on Sunday and Oughtibridge had the opportunity to go level on points with them but were held to a 1-1 draw by Loughborough Students, an own goal during the second half giving them a share of the spoils. Peterborough Northern Star are a further point adrift in fourth, following their 2-0 success away to Arnold Town which was given to them by first half goals from Vicky Gallagher and Cassie Steward. Emma Day scored the only goal of the game as Mansfield Town won 1-0 away to Ollerton Town, meanwhile a Laura Beckett double earned Kettering Town a 2-2 draw against Eastwood Ladies, who replied through Charlotte Tattam and Hannah Swindley. Jessica Birtles and Amy Dawson were on the scoresheet as Mansfield Hosiery Mills won 2-0 against Rise Park.
The top two remain locked together in Division One North, Hykeham Town holding on to the leadership after winning 2-1 at Market Warsop with goals from Holly Maidens and Kirsty Dalsell. Woodlands Ladies stay level on points with Hykeham as a Jody Scott hat-trick and Katie Mayfield double gave them a 5-1 success away to Sleaford Town. Calverton MW made up ground on the top three by beating Arnold Town Development 3-1, Hayley Brown was on target twice along with Shantay Wright. Natalie Aird, Sue Green and Phoebe Lonsdale were the markswomen for Grimsby Borough as they edged out Draycott Victoria 3-2, and goals from Kylie Goddard and Amy Wainwright earned Teversal a point from a 2-2 draw against Clifton, who responded through Alex Drizolnic and Kirsty Allen.
In Division One South, Corby Town narrowed the gap on an inactive top two teams with a 7-1 victory over Desford. Nicole Andrejczuk, Hannah Marshall and Stacey McConville were all on target twice along with Zoe Watkins. Keir Perkins bagged a hat-trick and Jeorgia Carr weighed in with the other goal as fourth placed Peterborough Utd defeated AFC Leicester 4-1. Thrapston Town meanwhile won 4-2 against Loughborough Foxes Vixens with goals from Hannah Pendred (2), Briony Cox and Kira Loveday.
Eastern Region League
Cambridge City stay one point ahead in the Premier Division after an Isabella Simmons goal earned them a 1-0 win away to Brentwood Town. Billericay Town kept themselves on Cambridge's heels by beating Acle Utd 4-2, Paris Smith netting twice along with Georgia Box and Lindsey Morgan. Writtle pipped AFC Sudbury by the odd goal in seven to go back into third place, courtesy of a goal apiece from Abigail Fry, Lucy Jones, Hannah Mold and Sophie Vale. Setor Acolatse and Eden Kibron netted the goals as Bedford Ladies won 2-0 against AFC Dunstable.
King's Lynn Town extended their lead in Division One North to seven points with a 5-1 victory over Silver End Utd. Olivia Baker was on target twice along with Tiffany Forshaw, Georgia Reardon and Shelley Woods. Wymondham Town appear to be the main threat to them now, they scored eight times without reply past second placed Ipswich Wanderers. Hannah Waters bagged a five-goal haul, Mollie O'Callaghan added a double and Laura Nicholls was also on target. Katie Segrave (2), Abigail Davies and Sophie Hopkin were on the scoresheet for Histon in their 4-4 draw with Ipswich Town Development, who replied through braces from Grace Bowman and Emily Steward.
Little Thurrock Dynamos kept up their pursuit of Division One South leaders Stevenage Ladies Res, closing the gap to six points with a 3-1 win away to Hutton. Kerri Thomas netted twice and Abbie Simmonds was also on the scoresheet. Kathryn Stanley (2), Heather Martin and Brogan McHale accounted for the goals as Bishop's Stortford won 4-2 at Hertford Town.
London & South East League
One match was played in the league on Sunday, Kent Football Utd beginning the task of chasing after the top two with a 2-1 success away to Carshalton Athletic. Laura Susarta and Rachel Moore scored their goals, with Cindy Colliver replying for the home side.
The other action took place in the group stages of the League Cup, Saskia Philp and Brittany Saylor were on target as AFC Phoenix won 2-1 against Parkwood Rangers. In the other game, Aylesford and Eastbourne Town battled out a goalless draw.
North East League
Cup duties and weather reduced the Premier Division schedule to just one match on Sunday, at Hartlepool Utd where the home side scored ten times without reply against Wakefield. Caitlin Bates hit a hat-trick as her team moved up into third place in the table, with the other goals coming from Jessica Dawson, Nicky Duckling, Lottie Portas, Justine Robinson, Lucy Hammond-Garrington, Hannah Lambert and Jade Pye.
Harrogate Railway are the new leaders of the Southern Division, going top of the table with a 5-4 success away to Swallownest Beighton. Emma Landsall hit a hat-trick and Nicola Hadley the other two, while Lauren Harrison (2), Stacy Elliott and Hayley Hirst all scored as the home side came close to their first point of the season. Emily Darwin was Sheffield Wednesday's scorer in their 4-1 defeat by Ossett Albion whose goals came from Rachel Barber, Jemma Bennett, Chloe Denton and Jenna Wraith. The result takes Ossett above Wednesday and into fourth place.
North West League
There has been a change of leadership in the Premier Division with Stockport County taking over at the top following their 8-0 success away to Accrington Girls & Ladies. They head the table on goal difference from Fleetwood Town Wrens who were 1-0 winners over local rivals Blackpool. Wigan Athletic are just two points off the pace after they beat CMB Ladies 4-0 and in the other game, Manchester Stingers beat Blackburn Community 3-1 to move into a mid-table position.
Division One North leaders Penrith AFC were not in action and their advantage has been trimmed to six points by second placed Cammell Laird who beat Workington Reds 2-1. Bury FC Women are a further point adrift following their 5-0 victory over Bolton Wanderers Res. Kendal Town won 2-0 against Leigh RMI and Carlisle Utd have lifted themselves up into mid-table after they defeated Morecambe Res 5-3.
FC United of Manchester stay nine points clear at the top of Division One South, recording their eighth victory in nine games when beating Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res 3-0. Warrington Wolverines won 3-1 away to Crewe Alexandra Development to keep themselves in second place, two points ahead of Curzon Ashton who were 8-0 winners over City of Liverpool. Stockport County Blues moved themselves away from the bottom two places by scoring eleven times without reply past Northwich Vixens.
South West League
Torquay Utd have taken over at the top of the Premier Division table after running out 9-0 winners away to AEK Boco. Stephanie Beck, Sian Chapman, Daisy Self and Emma Mingo all scored twice with an own goal completing the tally, to see Torquay claim the leadership for the first time this season. One other game went ahead in the division on Sunday, Bishop's Lydeard beating Downend Flyers 4-1 to go fourth. Jordan Bindon, Holly Miller, Ruth Shackleton and Emily Syme all netted a goal apiece for Lydeard, with Jessica Bessell replying.
In the Eastern Division, Almondsbury defeated FC Chippenham 4-1 for the second successive week to go into second place, two points off the pace. Faye Gilbert, Rhianne Oakley, Abby Rose and Zoe Hales all scored a goal each, with Emily Barrett replying. Oldland Abbotonians meanwhile claimed their first league victory of the season when beating Frome Town 4-0. Lidiya Mykhalechko was on target twice and there was one apiece from Vicky Mundy and Jade Scammell.
After suffering their first defeat of the season the previous Sunday, Western Division leaders Plymouth Argyle Development hit back with an 8-1 victory over Exeter & Tedburn Rangers. The tally was boosted by a remarkable three own goals, all from different players, whilst Hayley Ranachan (2), Gabi Alphous, Danielle Salt and Faye Ivall got on the scoresheet. Plymouth continue to head the table by three points from Callington Town, who went one better by beating Activate 9-1. Lucy Bounsall bagged herself a four-goal haul, Eleri Griffiths weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Chloe Williams, Jodie Shipton and Emily Sweet. Laura Burwood scored a hat-trick and Nadine Kelly added the other as Alphington replaced Bude Town in third place after defeating them 4-2. Plympton Ladies were also 4-2 winners over Bideford, courtesy of a Sam Metters hat-trick and Chelsea Robinson.
Southern Region League
Chesham Utd are five points clear at the top of the Premier Division after they won 5-0 away to Milton Keynes City. Sarah Harrison netted twice for the Clarets along with Lidia Niedertubbesing-Lopez, Tasha Smith and Sarah Hazell. Ascot Utd meanwhile defeated New Milton Town 3-1 to go second, courtesy of a goal apiece from Lucie Kroutilova, Hannah Evans and Sarah Davern.
The Chairman's Cup has got underway and Oxford City have stormed into the quarter finals after scoring nine times without reply past Newbury Ladies. Mollie Dyer and Lauren May each hit hat-tricks with Natalie Richardson (2) and Lucy Durham adding the others. Winchester City Flyers ran out 4-0 winners at Alton Ladies thanks to Francesca Thornton (2), Beth Norman and Charlie Snelling.
There were goals galore at Wargrave Ladies where visitors Warsash Wasps emerged as 8-5 winners in the Jubilee Cup. Megan Fox netted five of the goals for Warsash along with Justine Hammond, Emily Osborne and Stacey Parkinson. Chloe Tape hit a hat-trick for AFC Bournemouth in their 7-2 victory away to Wokingham & Emmbrook, the others coming from Rosie Eden, Sian Tilly, Aimee-Rose Collier and Emma Davis.
West Midlands League
League leaders Leafield Athletic were held to a 2-2 draw by Stockingford AA Pavilion but now head the table by two points. Weronika Jagielska and Nieve Newman netted the goals for Leafield, with Stockingford responding via a brace from Amanda Turnbull. Bedworth Utd meanwhile replaced Crusaders in second place after beating them 4-1, courtesy of doubles from Sarah Rowles and Sophie Wilson. Kingshurst Sporting Club were 7-0 winners away to Worcester Utd whilst Lye Town netted nine times without reply past Leamington Lions, Rhiannon Bate was on target four times along with Hannah Boxley, Chloe Handy, Sarah Harvey, Rachel McGowan and Katie Priest. Knowle meanwhile won 2-1 away to Wolverhampton Sporting thanks to Anna-Marie Robinson and Lucy Taylor.
Goldenhill Wanderers have moved to within three points of Division One North leaders Sutton Coldfield Town following their 4-2 victory away to Tamworth. Wyrley Ladies scored seven times without reply away to Shrewsbury Juniors and are up into third whilst at the other end of the table, Atherstone Rangers climbed off the bottom by winning 2-1 at Brereton Town.
Tracy Haycock, Rachel Letford and Sarah Lojko scored the goals as Gornal Ladies won 3-2 against Solihull Utd to stay three points clear in Division One South from Redditch Utd, who beat Rugby Town 5-0. Faye Birch, Natalie Chadney, Xena Dhillon and Joanne Ryan were all on target as Coventry Sphinx defeated Coventry Development 4-0. Kidderminster Harriers won 5-0 against Solihull Sporting with goals from Kirsty Roberts (2), Olivia Ashfield, Alex Nicklin and Amie Savva. A Joanna Smith hat-trick led the scoring as Stourbridge won 6-2 at Droitwich Spa, Danielle Miles-Ranger contributing a brace and Amie Preston adding the other goal.
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