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East Midlands League
Only one match was played throughout the league on Sunday, in the Premier Division where Kettering Town ran out 4-0 winners away to Ollerton Town.
Sophie Mullett gave Kettering a fourth minute lead and a Laura Beckett double put them in control of the game going into half time. Sammy Pebody added the final goal midway through the second half, to put the seal on Kettering's first league victory of the season and a result which takes them up into fifth place.
Eastern Region League
FA Cup duties meant that the Premier Division fixture schedule was greatly affected with only one match taking place. Brentwood Town are in second place, level on points with leaders Cambridge City, following their 2-1 victory over Bedford Ladies. Georgia Holdaway and Jessica Mills netted the goals for Brentwood, with Charlotte Demmon replying.
There were no matches in Division One due to teams taking part in the First Round of the League Cup and leaders Stevenage Ladies Res got past King's Lynn Town by the odd goal in nine. Daniela Martucci scored a hat-trick along with Rebecca Brooker and Hannah Marshall. Georgia Stancombe (2), Hannah Seymour-Shove, Katie Stancombe and Francesca Worrall were the markswomen for St Ives Town as they ran out 5-0 winners over Hertford Town and Hutton defeated Hatfield Peveral 7-1 thanks to hat-tricks from Victoria Kinsman and Rosi Webb, with Sally Appleton adding the other. Lawford also hit seven in their win at Bishop's Stortford, Jasmine Cox netting four times and Daisy Canny the other three, meanwhile Bowers & Pitsea went two better as they beat Ipswich Wanderers 9-1, spearheaded by a Danielle Styles hat-trick along with Ebony Moore (2), Louise Daley, Sophie Dowman, Georgia Fraser and Emma Mackie.
North East League
Harrogate Town are still setting the early pace in the Premier Division and are still three points clear after winning 4-2 against Castleford White Rose. Sophie Tinson was on target twice along with Ellie Randall and Sophie Simpson. Tynedale are leading the chasing teams. moving into second as Christine Murray, Megan Watson and Natasha Wilson gave them a 3-2 victory over York City. Durham Cestria opened up their league campaign by scoring nine times without reply past Wallsend Boys Club. Lauren Robson netted a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Molly Holder, Jess Holder, Sophie Hodgson, Michelle Brogden, Chloe Ryan and Georgia Richardson. South Shields also started off with a victory, 4-0 away to Rotherham Utd thanks to Dannika Purdham (2), Elizabeth Fraser and Paige Lester.
Sunderland West End continued their impressive start in the Northern Division by beating Cramlington Utd 7-1 and maintaining their lead of three points. Jade Murray (2), Leanne Mason, Kay Mills, Emma Banks, Costandina Panayi and Nicole O'Hara accounted for their goals. Washington Association are in second after Erin Liddle's five-goal haul, along with Abigail Phipps, Amber Metcalfe and Hannah Thompson, steered them to an 8-0 success at Prudhoe Town. Beth Wilson netted twice and Chloe Murphy the other as Consett Ladies won for the first time, 3-1 against Norton & Stockton Ancients Res.
Ellie Millar and Alayna Millard were on target as Southern Division leaders Barnsley Development came from behind to beat Harrogate Railway. Ossett Utd are one point behind in second place after scoring nine times without reply past York RI, Lauren Swailes bagging a hat-trick along with Yasmin Ayub, Amy Perch, Danielle Sidebottom, Julia Woods, Chelsea Schofield and Rebecca Joyce. Wakefield came away from Doncaster Belles (Women's) with a 5-2 victory, courtesy of goals from Tara Nolan (2), Emma Catterall (2) and Sophie Parrish.
North West League
Mossley Hill made a swift return to the top of the Premier Division, thanks to a 6-0 victory away to Wigan Athletic who would have gone top themselves with a win. Manchester Stingers were the winners in the other game and they have moved into second place after beating Merseyrail Ladies 4-1.
Division One North leaders Blackpool were held to a 2-2 draw by third placed Blackburn Community and saw their advantage to the top trimmed to a single point by Carlisle Utd, who ran out 5-0 winners away to Preston North End. Morecambe Res claimed their first victory of the season, a 2-1 success against Leigh RMI.
Altrincham held on to the early leadership of Division One South with a 3-2 win against Didsbury Ladies, keeping themselves top on goal difference from Warrington Wolverines who beat Stockport County Blues 4-1. Chester FC Women replaced Curzon Ashton in third place after winning a thrilling meeting between themselves 6-5. Liverpool Feds Res join both sides on six points following their 3-0 success away to Wythenshawe Amateurs.
South West League
One match managed to survive Cup action and the weather on Sunday, at Forest Green Rovers where visitors Torquay Utd returned with a 1-0 win under their belts, given to them by an early goal from Dani Harper.
In the Eastern Division, Trowbridge Town moved level on points with leaders Cheltenham Town Development after beating Oldland Abbotonians 3-1. Katie Minty, Lydia Shibley and Ella Broad scored the goals to earn Trowbridge their second win in three matches. Swindon Spitfires meanwhile ran out 4-1 winners over local rivals Swindon Town Development, Katie Wadey was on target twice along with Shannon King and Lani Dickinson.
Plympton Ladies are still leading the way in the Western Division and notched up their fourth straight win, 3-2 away to St Agnes thanks to a Sam Metters brace and Shannon Workman. Alphington are in second after beating Feniton 6-1, just ahead of Plymouth Argyle Development who won 3-0 at Weston Mendip with a goal apiece from Gabi Alphous, Nicola Champion and Shania Fenlon. Bideford are just off the pace but still have a 100% record, which they maintained when Beth Ellis' four-goal haul, Alice Beresford and Emma Stoneman gave them a 6-1 victory over Exeter & Tedburn Rangers.
Southern Region League
Only one match was played in the league over the weekend, in Division One where Abingdon Utd joined the pack of clubs on six points at the top with a 7-0 victory away to Southampton Women Development. Beth Hawtin and Jane Younger netted a hat-trick apiece and Eleanor Boxall was also on target.
West Midlands League
Coventry Sphinx top the Premier Division table on goal difference following their 2-2 draw against Goldenhill Wanderers; Coundon Court were 3-1 winners away to Knowle and are now in second place. Lye Town picked up their first victory of the season, 5-2 against Worcester Utd.
AFC Telford Utd continue to lead the way in Division One North after a seven-goal victory against Florence. Sandwell Ladies meanwhile notched up their second straight victory, 6-2 over Wyrley Ladies. Stoke City Development claimed their first win, 1-0 against previously unbeaten Shifnal Town.
Sedgley & Gornal Utd extended their lead at the top of Division One South to six points by winning 2-0 away to Stourbridge. Solihull Sporting claimed their first victory and points of the season when they defeated Leamington Lions 2-1.
No matches were played in the London & South East League on Sunday.
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