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 Women's Football Regional Premier Eastern News - 19 Oct 2018
 
East Midlands League
Chantelle Robinson netted twice along with Katie Cropper, Courtney Cropper and an own goal as Leicester City Women Development defeated Eastwood Community 5-1 to maintain their lead of three points over second placed Oughtibridge, who narrowly won 4-3 against Loughborough Students thanks to Becky Shaw (2), Kathryn Mudge and Millie Kenyon. Peterborough Utd remain just behind in third following their 7-1 victory over Woodlands Ladies, Donna McGuigan hitting a hat-trick with Kier Perkins (2), Laura Dodwell and Hannah Pendred also getting on the scoresheet. Kayleigh Downes netted both goals as Mansfield Town beat Rise Park 2-1 and Leicester City Ladies doubled their points tally for the season when sharing a goalless draw with Kettering Town.
 
With Boston Utd not having a game, Sleaford Town took the opportunity to replace them as leaders of Division One North by beating Retford Utd 2-1, Natalie Clarke and Joanne Wilson scoring their goals. Lincoln Moorlands Railway moved back into the top two after winning 4-3 away to Arnold Town, Jade Baker netting twice along with Lauren Churcher and Sammy Boothright. Amie Barnes-Ford (2) and Courtney Limb were the scorers as Hykeham Town won 3-1 at Calverton MW to go into the top half.
 
One match was played in Division One South, Northampton Town opening up a three point advantage at the top of the table with a 5-1 victory over Loughborough Foxes Vixens. Emma Dunmore led the scoring with a four-goal haul and Leah Stacey was also on target.
 
Eastern Region League
Premier Division leaders Brentwood Town went down to only their second defeat of the season, beaten 5-3 by Bedford Ladies. Eden Kibron netted two of the goals for Bedford, with Michelle Byrne, Caralina Costas and Sophie Mulvihill adding the others, whilst Brentwood replied through Georgia Holdaway (2) and Leah Cowan. Peterborough Northern Star moved up to second, two points off the pace, after Katie Steward (2), Emma Pollard and Cassie Steward gave them a 4-0 victory over Harlow Town. Royston Town maintained their 100% record by defeating AFC Sudbury 5-0 and this has taken them third. Teonie Peyton was on target twice along with Danielle Carty, Georgia Gannaway and Charlotte South. Wymondham Town meanwhile netted seven times without reply past Colney Heath, Laura Nicholls bagging herself a four-goal haul whilst Mollie O'Callaghan weighed in with a brace and Hannah Waters rounded off the scoring.
 
Stevenage Ladies Res have moved even further ahead in Division One following their 6-1 success away to King's Lynn Town. Erin Pope netted a hat-trick, with Emily Schofield, Holly Darling and Hannah Marshall adding the others for Stevenage who are seven points clear of second placed St Ives Town, 4-1 winners over Ipswich Wanderers thanks to Tierney Coulson, Georgia Stancombe, Katie Stancombe and Connie Liddiard. Brooke Wickens, Laura Bailey and Lauren Deller were on the scoresheet as Newmarket Town defeated Bowers & Pitsea 3-1 to go third, just ahead of Lawford who won 4-0 against Hertford Town with Daisy Canny, Tyler Christou, Erin Hornby and Sofia Serghiou accounting for their goals. Hutton and Hatfield Peveral finished goalless whilst Hoddesdon Town Owls beat Bishop's Stortford 3-0 courtesy of Natasha Crick, Rosy Woodhams and Grace Leslie.
 
London & South East League
In the solitary match played in the league on Sunday, league leaders Whyteleafe went down to their first defeat of the season, beaten 2-0 by Kent Football Utd. Amy Russ scored both goals to help take United up into second, one point behind 'Leafe.
 
The rest of the action was in the League Cup, where Group A leaders London Kent Football Utd won 5-0 against Parkwood Rangers. Emily Hart netted two of the goals and there was one apiece from Georgie Davis, Alicia Gibbs and Danielle Harrison. Aylesford won their opening game 6-0 over Eastbourne Town, Rebecca Barr hitting a hat-trick along with Laura Brown, Alison Draper and Helena Jefferies. In Group B, Queen's Park Rangers Development were 2-1 victors away to Fulham FC Foundation, Paige Laider and Melanie Hall scoring the all-important goals.
 
North East League
Durham Cestria have gone to the top of the Premier Division following a crushing victory over Rotherham Utd. Hannah Greenwood and Sophie Hodgson both scored hat-tricks whilst Jess Holder and Lauren Robson netting two apiece and the tally being completed by Melissa Storey, Michelle Brogden, Molly Holder, Ellie Smith, Chloe Ryan, Megan Elliott and Jen Jennings. Previous leaders Harrogate Town were beaten 2-1 by York City, for whom Chantel Padgham and Ainsley Strickland scored to seal their first win of the season. Tynedale are just one point off the pace following a 3-0 success away to Castleford White Rose, courtesy of a Megan Watson hat-trick, and strikes from Lottie Portas, Emily Stuart and Hannah Lambert earned Hartlepool Utd a 3-1 victory at Farsley Celtic.
 
Northern Division Sunderland West End went down to their first defeat of the season, 2-1 at the hands of Redcar Town who scored through Suzanne Fox and Kenzie Parkes. Redcar are moving their way up the table, as are Alnwick Town who ran out 9-1 winners over Prudhoe Town. Jade Barrett, Emily Henderson and Stephanie Stafford were all on target twice along with Georgia Latto, Becky Robinson and Chloe Young. Second half goals from Katie Ellwood, Chianna Rebair, Lynsey Wilkinson and Lauren Henderson earned St Cuthbert's Ladies a 4-0 victory over Cramlington Utd and Boro Rangers won for the first time, 3-0 against Norton & Stockton Ancients Res thanks to Larissa Burkinshaw (2) and Alex Hodgson.
 
In the Southern Division, an Emily Pierrepont double and Niamh Ryalls gave Barnsley Development a 3-1 win at Wakefield which takes them to within a point of leaders Ossett Utd. Altofts Ladies following after pipping York RI by the odd goal in seven, Nicola Smith was on target twice along with Nadine Bates and Rachael Murrell. Jess Morrison, with a hat-trick, Emma Otley and Jodie Stancil were all on the mark in the second half as Sheffield Wednesday finished 5-0 winners over Doncaster Belles (Women's) in a clash between two teams who started the game still seeking their first points of the season.
 
North West League
Things are starting to look tight at the top of the Premier Division following Sunday's results. Mossley Hill remain as leaders and have edged a point after they fought out a 2-2 draw with third placed Tranmere Rovers and Wigan Athletic went down to a 4-2 defeat at the hands of Stockport County, who are just two points off the pace themselves. Merseyrail Ladies meanwhile shared the points for the third time this season, finishing level at 1-1 with mid-table Manchester Stingers.
 
In the only match to be played in Division One North, Blackburn Community hit double figures for the second successive week, scoring ten times without reply past Leigh RMI to move themselves into second place, three points behind leaders Blackpool.
 
There was a surprise in Division One South as table toppers Altrincham suffered their first defeat of the season, beaten 3-0 by Stockport County Blues who have gone into mid-table as a result. Warrington Wolverines are only three points off the pace following their 2-1 victory over Wythenshawe Amateurs. Northwich Vixens are out of the bottom three places after they won 3-1 against Chester FC Women.
 
South West League
League leaders Bishop's Lydeard saw their winning start to the season brought to a halt by Keynsham Town Development, who are now three points behind them in second place. Lucie Waddon was on target for Lydeard, with Keynsham replying through Rhianna Ben-Carew. Exeter City follow on in third after a twelve goal blast against Downend Flyers. Sophie Gillies led the scoring with a hat-trick whilst Carmen Morison, Kathryn Mundy and Lannece Hole each hit doubles and there was one apiece from Ella-Mae Miller, Emily Toogood and Zoe Watkins. Georgia Coles was another hat-trick scorer, for Middlezoy Rovers as they ran out 7-1 winners over Torquay Utd. Anusia Rourke (2), Chloe Snook and Rosie Williams were also on target, with Katie Mace replying.
 
Two matches managed to survive the weather in the Eastern Division, including a 1-1 draw between Swindon Spitfires and AEK Boco which leaves the teams in second and third respectively, level on points with leaders Frampton Rangers. Lani Dickinson was on target for the Spitfires, with Sasha Ferris replying. Wootton Bassett Town meanwhile won 2-1 against Swindon Town Development, Hannah Gulliver and Grace Bridger netting their goals, whilst Swindon's consolation came from Kathryn Bach.
 
Western Division leaders Plympton Ladies did not play and they have been caught by Plymouth Argyle Development, who moved level on points with them after beating Bideford 4-1. Faye Ivall was on target twice along with Gabi Alphous and Alex Hugh. Alphington are back in third as they were held to a 3-3 draw by Weston Mendip who scored through Sherise Binns, Amy Clark and Natasha Crew. Mary Murphy (2) and Samantha Gray were on the scoresheet for the Alphas. Game of the day was undoubtedly at St Agnes where the home side finished level at 6-6 with Weston-super-Mare. Debbie Duncan hit a hat-trick for the Cornish outfit, whose other goals came from LB Medcalf (2) and Zoe Arundell-Lethbridge, whilst Ellison Roberts scored a hat-trick in reply for Weston along with a Lucy Mager brace and Desni Darch. Feniton hit six without reply past Exeter & Tedburn Rangers courtesy of Brittany Harris (2), Sally Ames, Stefanie Churchill-Matthews, Rebecca McMullin and Nia Owen, and Pen Mill won for the firs time, 4-0 against Bude Town thanks to Alisha Barker, Lorna Jennings, Letisha Templer and Jodie Allen.
 
Southern Region League
Oxford City are up into third place in the Premier Division table after recording their second successive win, 4-3 against Ascot Utd whose goals came from Jennifer Thraves, Stephanie Fettes and Sarah Davern.
 
There was a change of leadership in Division One where Moneyfields took over at the top of the table with a 5-0 victory over Basingstoke Town. Kim Stenning led the scoring with a four-goal haul and she was joined on the scoresheet by Alison Goater. Nicola Moore netted twice, with Georgia Soutar and Kylie Neville adding the others, as Alton Ladies defeated Wargrave Ladies 4-2 to go fourth. It was a good day for Shanklin as they recorded their first victory, 6-0 over Sandhurst Town. Ellena Crutcher found the net four times, with Natalia Deacon and Jess Taylor accounting for the other goals.
 
Newbury Ladies progressed in the League Cup with a 3-2 success away to Division One side Wokingham & Emmbrook. Ellernore Reed was on target twice for Newbury along with Tracey Beales.
 
West Midlands League
Coundon Court are continuing to stretch the early pace, preserving their lead of three points by winning 5-1 against Redditch Utd. Coventry Sphinx defeated Lye Town 4-0 to stay hard on their heels in second place. Sutton Coldfield Town moved themselves into the top three on the back of a 3-0 success away to Worcester Utd and Leafield Athletic were 3-1 victors over Crusaders.
 
Leek Town extended their Division One North lead to six points by beating Port Vale 5-0 whilst second placed AFC Telford Utd went down to a 4-3 defeat at home to Shifnal Town. Stoke City Development have gone level on points with Telford following their 6-1 victory over Shrewsbury Town.
 
Division One South leaders Sedgley & Gornal Utd sustained their first league defeat of the season, 5-2 to Kidderminster Harriers. Solihull Utd won 6-2 away to Rugby Town and they are now three points off the pace, with Stourbridge in third after scoring twelve times past Solihull Sporting. Kingfisher are in the top half following their 5-2 victory over Droitwich Spa, whilst Coventry City Women and Leamington Lions each got themselves off the mark after they battled out a 2-2 draw between themselves.
 

 

 
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