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 Women's Football Regional Premier Eastern News - 12 Jan 2018
East Midlands League
Leicester City Women Development beat Mansfield Town 5-0 to go three points clear at the top of the Premier Division. Mariah McIntosh was on target twice along with Alana Cunningham, Natalie Hurst and Mai Muncaster. Eastwood Ladies meanwhile moved up to fifth after a Katie Robinson double and Paige Singleton gave them a 3-1 victory over Arnold Town. Ollerton Town meanwhile defeated Loughborough Students 2-1 thanks to Megan Howard and Sophie Davies.
Hykeham Town preserved their three point advantage in Division One North with a 7-4 win against Grimsby Borough. Amy Blinkhorn led the scoring with a hat-trick and there were braces from Millie Seaton and Kirsty Dalsell. Second placed Woodlands Ladies were 8-2 victors away to Clifton, Jody Scott was on target five times along with Katie Mayfield, Chloe Scott and Katherine Woodward. Dawn Harmer, Alice Hayes and Tara Capon scored the goals as Lincoln Moorlands Railway won 3-1 at Market Warsop to go third and a solitary strike from Rebecca Turgoose earned Draycott Victoria a 1-0 success over Sleaford Town.
One match went ahead in Division One South, Peterborough Utd making up ground on the top two by beating Thrapston Town 7-1. Amy Challis bagged a hat-trick along with further goals from Keir Perkins, Jessica Driscoll, Jeorgia Carr and Kathryn Lusk.
Eastern Region League
Angela Arnold netted twice along with Georgia Holdaway and Nicole Manning, as Brentwood Town edged out AFC Sudbury by the odd goal in seven in the Premier Division. Royston Town meanwhile claimed their second league win of the season, 2-0 against Bedford Ladies thanks to Samantha Edgar and Sammy Tinsley.
Silver End Utd are still four points adrift at the foot of Division One North following their 2-1 defeat away to Cambridge Utd Res. Lucy Gateson and Beth Morrell netted the goals for the U's, with Rebecca Donnelly replying.
Stevenage Ladies Res picked up where they left off in Division One South, making it ten wins out of ten and still yet to concede a goal following their 6-0 success away to Hertford Town. Sherrie Evans, Amy Josland, Daniela Martucci, Stacey McConville, Naomi Sleator and Jenny Hepton were all on the scoresheet for the leaders. Harlow Town meanwhile defeated Hutton 3-0 with goals from Lily Bruno, Frances Gamble and Rosi Webb.
Billericay Town marched to a ten-goal victory away to Ipswich Town Development in the League Cup Third Round. Paris Smith was on target five times, Georgia Box and Lindsey Morgan each contributed a brace and an own goal completed the tally. Wymondham Town meanwhile defeated Writtle 4-2, courtesy of goals from Laura Nicholls (2), Hannah Waters and Nadine Basson.
Histon went through to the Second Round of the League Plate after they defeated Ipswich Wanderers 4-0, Sophie Lanham netting twice along with Abigail Davies and Katie Segrave.
London & South East League
The top two were not in action on Sunday and London Kent Football Utd are leading the teams chasing after them, following their 3-1 victory over Fulham FC Foundation in which Danielle Harrison, Verity Snow and Elizabeth Adams all scored. Laura Curtis and Breeze Carmichael each netted four times and Tori Adlam was also on target as Carshalton Athletic won 9-4 against Ayles ford and Parkwood Rangers netted nine times without reply past Watford Development. Corrie Goodhew, Sophie Hayes and Emily Vaughan all scored twice for Parkwood and the tally was completed by Jamie Hawkey, Jade Whiteman and Katie Jeffries.
North East League
Durham Cestria are continuing to step up the pace at the top of the Premier Division and have increased their lead to nine points following their 4-1 victory over Hartlepool Utd. Jenny Bitzer (2), Daisy Drake and Sophie Hodgson scored the goals for Durham, with Caitlin Bates replying.
In the Southern Division, Harrogate Town increased their lead at the top to five points by recording a thirteen goal victory against Malet Lambert YC. Grace Adams, Sophie Tinson and Rachael White each hit hat-tricks and they were joined on the scoresheet by Lucy Faraday, Caroline Hulme, Lindsey Whitton and Emma Varley.
North West League
Stockport County are still four points clear at the top of the Premier Division after they defeated Blackburn Community 6-1. Tranmere Rovers continue to head the chasing teams with a 3-2 success away to Manchester Stingers. At the other end of the table, Accrington Girls & Ladies climbed off the bottom after they won 3-2 against fourth placed Wigan Athletic.
In Division One North, Penrith AFC scored six times without reply against Morecambe Res to maintain their lead of six points over second placed Cammell Laird, who ran out 8-0 winners over Carlisle Utd. Third placed Bury FC Women lost ground on the top two when they went down to a surprise 5-4 defeat at the hands of Burscough Dynamo, who recorded their first win of the season. Bolton Wanderers Res are in the top half of the table following their 3-2 success against Preston North End.
Curzon Ashton lie seven points behind Division One South leaders FC United of Manchester after battling out a 1-1 draw with Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res. West Didsbury & Chorlton can still launch a challenge if they win their games in hand and they kept themselves in touch by beating Northwich Vixens 4-3.
South West League
Wootton Bassett Town are back on top of the Eastern Division following their 2-1 success away to Swindon Spitfires. Amber Egerton and Beth Westlake were on target for Bassett, with Katie Wadey replying. Swindon Town Development meanwhile entered the top three with a 4-1 victory over Cheltenham Civil Service, courtesy of goals from Kathryn Bach (2), Meghan Larkin and Georgia Botfield. Ellison Roberts led the scoring with a hat-trick as Team Mendip ran out 5-0 winners at St Nicholas Res, Sarah Adams and Natasha Hale adding the other goals.
There was also a change of leadership in the Western Division where Callington Town took over at the top on goal difference with a 2-1 win at Bude Town, Eleri Griffiths scoring both goals. Bideford meanwhile defeated Exeter & Tedburn Rangers 2-1, Beth Ellis and Natalie Matthews netting their goals with Samantha Burnham replying.
Southern Region League
Chesham Utd notched up their eighth straight victory and extended their Premier Division lead to five points when they won 7-1 away to Ascot Utd. Gemma Fraser netted twice along with Kate Bowers, Dawne Campbell, Emma Delves, Sarah Hazell and Lidia Niedertubbesing-Lopez. New Milton Town replaced Newbury Ladies in second place after beating them 3-0 with goals from Tiffany Skinner, Rachel Anderson and Olivia Watts.
Rachel Allwright and Katherine Cresswell each netted twice as Division One North leaders Barton Rovers won 4-3 away to Oxford City Nomads to stretch their lead to four points. Woodley Utd are up into second place after Rebecca Lowes and Rosie Page-Smith gave them a 2-0 success at Wokingham & Emmbrook.
One match was played in Division One South, Alton Ladies defeating Winchester City Flyers Res 6-3. Nicola Moore was on target four times along with Sharna Capel-Watson and Katrina Gregory-Barns, while Katie Johns hit a hat-trick for Winchester but ended up on the losing side.
In the Jubilee Cup, Terri Harvey and Chloe Tape were on the scoresheet as AFC Bournemouth won 2-1 away to Wycombe Wanderers, whose reply came from Tara Woodward.
West Midlands League
The resignation of Shrewsbury Juniors has meant a re-calculated Division One North table and just a single point covers the top four places. These are topped by Wyrley Ladies, who have ascended to the summit after running out 11-2 winners over Bilbrook. Leek Town are one of three teams who are a single point off the pace, and still sporting a 100% record, following their 2-1 victory against Shrewsbury Town.
In Division One South, Kidderminster Harriers moved up into third place after scoring nine times without reply past Coventry Development. Stourbridge and Rugby Town meanwhile battled out a 1-1 draw.


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