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London & South East League
The only action in the league on Sunday came in the League Cup, and it saw Parkwood Rangers run out 7-3 winners away to London Kent Football Utd and replace them at the top of Group B.
Jade Whiteman led the scoring for Parkwood with a hat-trick and there were doubles from Emily Vaughan and Charlie Myhill as their side secured a place for themselves in the semi finals. London Kent meanwhile must wait and see if they have done enough as AFC Phoenix would overhaul them by winning their last group match.
North East League
In the Northern Division, third placed Boro Rangers caught up ground on the top two with a 6-1 victory over Blyth Lions. Alex Hodgson and Suzanne Fox netted two goals apiece while Robina Todd and Becky Stephenson were also on target, with Leanne Anderson grabbing a consolation for Blyth.
Meanwhile the top of the table clash in the Southern Division was also the first ever local derby meeting between Harrogate Town and Harrogate Railway, and it was Town who ran out 8-1 winners to replace their rivals as leaders. In front of a good crowd at the CNG Stadium, Jade Pennock led the scoring for the home side with a four-goal haul, Sophie Tinson weighed in with a hat-trick and Caroline Hulme was also on target, with Nicola Hadley replying.
North West League
The clash between the two unbeaten teams in the Premier Division managed to survive the weather and it was Stockport County who strengthened their position at the top of the table with a 3-2 success away to Merseyrail Bootle. In a match which fully lived up to its billing, Chloe Mapp scored twice and Nicola Connor the other to give Stockport a result which sees them open up a lead of three points, whilst Merseyrail stay fifth.
The other match to be played in the league also turned out to be a close affair, with Altrincham edging out third placed Curzon Ashton 4-3 in wintry conditions in Division One South.
South West League
Only one match throughout the league went ahead on Sunday, in the Premier Division where Keynsham Town Development returned from Yeovil Town Intermediate with a 2-0 win under their belts. The game was switched at the very last minute to Keynsham's 3G pitch at the AJN Stadium and in poor weather conditions, the game remained in the balance until the last fifteen minutes, when goals from Megan Wiltshire and Rhianna Ben-Carew gave Keynsham the points.
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