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East Midlands League
The teams near the top of the Premier Division were not in action on Sunday although Mansfield Town are only four points off the pace following their 6-2 win at Arnold Town, however they are running out of games. Emma Day netted twice along with Monica Bowley, Chloe Elphick, Lauren Whiteman and Melissa East. Local rivals Mansfield Hosiery Mills did not fare so well though as they were beaten 4-0 by Ollerton Town who scored through Emily Wragg (2), Emily Stretton and Megan Howard. Loughborough Students lifted themselves out of the bottom two with their second victory of the season, 4-2 against Rise Park. Grace Stanley was on target twice for the students, with one apiece from Rosanna Frith-Salem and Chloe Jones.
Division One North leaders Hykeham Town received a setback as they were beaten 2-1 by Calverton MW, who move up to third as a result. Erin Smith and Demi-Leigh Crofts netted first half goals for Calverton, with Hykeham grabbing a late consolation through Amy Blinkhorn. Arnold Town Development continued their climb away from danger by beating Teversal 5-0, courtesy of a four-goal haul from Natasha Leach and Jessica Astill. Market Warsop meanwhile defeated Sleaford Town 4-3 thanks to Gemma Hodgkinson (2), Kelly Clayton-Cuthbert and Samara Field.
No matches were played in Division One South on Sunday.
Eastern Region League
Billericay Town were 2-1 winners over Cambridge City in the Premier Division top of the table clash and this gives them a four point lead on their opponents. Cambridge led at half time through a goal from Stacey Fullicks but after the break, Paris Smith struck twice to give Billericay an important victory. Bedford Ladies replaced Brentwood Town in the top half after beating them 3-0 with strikes from Hannah Bodily, Maya Sidhu and Carissa Kaczorowski. Megan Partridge and Stacey Teager were on the scoresheet as AFC Sudbury won 2-1 away to Colney Heath.
Wymondham Town have moved to within five points of Division One North leaders King's Lynn Town, and did so in style by scoring nine without reply past them. Laura Nicholls led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one each from Nadine Basson, Kristin Hummel, Mollie O'Callaghan, Brooke Moreno and Hannah Waters. Wymondham have gone into second place, ahead of Ipswich Wanderers who went down 3-2 to Cambridge Utd Res, their scorers were Liz Pamplin, Ebony Rule and Ellen Green.
The top two did not play in Division One South and this allowed Harlow Town to catch up ground on them with a 6-0 victory over Bishop's Stortford. Abbey Dell netted twice and she was joined on the scoresheet by Chloe Bassett, Lily Bruno, Tayla Handscombe and Karys Paton. Laura Allen, Danielle Cliffe, Amy Crumpler, Kaitlin Sugg and Katie Lowen all netted a goal apiece as Hutton ran out 5-0 winners over Hertford Town.
London & South East League
Crawley Wasps are turning up the heat at the top of the league, extending their lead to eight points by winning 3-0 away to Parkwood Rangers. Naomi Cole, Faye Rabson and Kemina Webber netted the goals for Crawley. London Kent Football Utd meanwhile kept their hopes alive with a 3-1 success at Watford Development, on target for them were Emily Hart (2) and Elizabeth Adams. Carina Ewens and Tia-Rae Scott-Coleman were on target for Fulham FC Foundation as they picked up a point from a 2-2 draw with Carshalton Athletic, who replied through Tamara Graham and Gemma Staple.
North East League
Wallsend Boys Club climbed up into second place in the Premier Division table after narrowly getting the better of Castleford White Rose by the odd goal in nine. Samantha Deverdics hit a hat-trick for Wallsend along with Catherine Shields and an own goal, with Arianne Parnham also hit a hat-trick in reply and Lacey Lewis was also on target for Castleford.
South Shields are back on top of the Northern Division once again after they beat York RI 5-0. Alex Fontaine led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Sophie Halliday and Victoria Sheriff. Boro Rangers lie just two points off the pace in third following their 2-1 win over Cramlington Utd, given to them by Becky Stephenson and Eve Allen. At the other end of the table, Guisborough Ladies picked up their first points of the season when beating Prudhoe Town 3-2, Jody Brooks and Sophie Campbell were on target along with an own goal.
One match was played in the Southern Division, Ossett Albion lifting themselves into third place on the back of a 3-0 victory over Malet Lambert YC. Rachel Barber, Nicola Swift and Jenna Wraith netted a goal apiece for Ossett.
North West League
The teams occupying the top two places in the Premier Division came face to face in the Second Round of the Argyle Sports Cup and it was leaders Stockport County who won 2-1 against Tranmere Rovers to book their place in the quarter finals. Fleetwood Town Wrens narrowly got the better of Blackpool with a 1-0 victory in their local derby tie, the only other one to go ahead.
Warrington Wolverines claimed a Premier Division scalp in the Argyle Sports Plate when they defeated Accrington Girls & Ladies 3-2, as did Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res by beating Manchester Stingers on penalties, after the sides had shared a 3-3 draw. There were a lot of goals on show in another close game at Leigh RMI, where visitors Bolton Wanderers Res won by the odd goal in nine, and Crewe Alexandra Development ran out 5-0 winners away to Morecambe Res. Division One North leaders Penrith AFC moved safely into the next round as they won 4-2 at City of Liverpool.
One match was played in the Premier Division, MSB Woolton taking themselves into mid-table by winning 3-0 away to CMB Ladies, whose search for a first win of the season continues.
South West League
Marine Academy Plymouth maintained their 100% record and moved up to third place in the Premier Division after they ran out 8-0 winners over AEK Boco in the only match played. Sam Drewery was on target four times for Marine, Emily Eaton weighed in with a brace and the scoring was completed by Ellie Bishop and Anthea Kaptein.
One game also took place in the Eastern Division, Swindon Spitfires emerging victorious from the all-Wiltshire match against FC Chippenham. Natalia Wilson netted twice as the Spitfires won 6-2, with their other goals coming from Debbie Rose, Samantha Smith, Katie Wadey and Jasmine Hindon. Aleksandra Guzik and Kathryn Kilgour replied for the home side.
Newquay Celtic celebrated their first victory of the season in the Western Division and they are off the bottom of the table after beating Activate 5-2. Lorena Clavijo led the scoring with a hat-trick, while Carley Barber and Molly Beaumont also got on target.
Southern Region League
Chesham Utd power on at the top of the league and have increased their lead to eleven points after beating Milton Keynes City 6-0. Kate Bowers hit a hat-trick for the runaway leaders, with Gemma Fraser adding a double and Sarah Hazell rounding off the scoring. Newbury Ladies were unable to take a chance to move back into second place as they were beaten 2-0 by Winchester City Flyers, for whom Kayleigh Moss netted both goals.
In Division One North, Woodley Utd moved to within one point of leaders Barton Rovers when they defeated Oxford City Nomads 2-0, Rosie Page-Smith and Mollie Haines were on target.
Alton Ladies have moved level on points with Southampton Women Res in Division One South after beating them 6-0 in their meeting. Rebecca Bell and Sharna Capel-Watson each netted twice along with Charlotte Crooks and Nicola Moore.
Wokingham & Emmbrook notched up their first victory in the Jubilee Cup, 2-1 away to Wycombe Wanderers. Meanwhile just one point covers the top five teams in Group B, these now include Wargrave Ladies after Wendy Hooper, Jodie Penny and Annie Ackroyd gave them a 3-1 victory over Winchester City Flyers Res.
West Midlands League
Bedworth Utd further extended their lead in the Premier Division to seven points with a huge victory over Leamington Lions, who remain rooted at the bottom of the table, in the only match to be played.
Things remain very tight at the top in Division One North and there has been another change of leadership, Leek Town defeating Bilbrook 7-1 to take over at the top. Sutton Coldfield Town edged into second place above Goldenhill Wanderers on goal difference, and one point off the pace, with a 2-0 victory over Wyrley Ladies. Shrewsbury Town ran out 5-0 winners away to Brereton Town to make sure they keep in touch with the leaders.
The top of the table clash in Division One South went the way of Redditch Utd, who won 3-2 away to Gornal Ladies and they open up a lead of three points over the home side. Stourbridge are remaining on course for mid-table after scoring six times without reply past Droitwich Spa, whilst Solihull Sporting and Rugby Town battled out a 1-1 draw.
Kingshurst Sporting Club have booked their place in the quarter finals of the Premier Division Cup, following a narrow 2-1 victory against Lye Town.
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