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East Midlands League
Loughborough Students made up ground on the top three in the Premier Division with a victory against Eastwood Community. Abby Morton and Grace Stanley led the scoring with a hat-trick apiece, Frankie Murray and Morgan Murphy each added doubles and the tally was completed by Rosie Anderson, Bronwen King and an own goal. Ollerton Town were 3-0 winners away to Leicester City Ladies, thanks to Holly Cox, Megan Howard and Shoniqua Barnes.
Lincoln Moorlands Railway have returned to the top of Division One North after two Alice Hayes goals gave them a 2-1 victory against Boston Utd. Hykeham Town are one point behind in second place, which they reached by beating Grimsby Borough 3-1 with strikes from Courtney Limb, Zoe Hopewell and Millie Seaton.
Emma Dunmore netted twice and Georgina Powell added the other as Division One South leaders Northampton Town won 3-1 away to Lutterworth Athletic. They head the table by three points from Oadby & Wigston, who were 2-1 victors over Thrapston Town to stay in touch, Emma Aspinall and Sophie Tew were on target.
Eastern Region League
Cambridge City are back on top of the Premier Division following their 11-1 victory against AFC Sudbury. Laura Mills led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Anna Goggin, Erin Davies and Carla Penny each contributed doubles and Shannon Shaw was also on target. The other game in the division between AFC Dunstable and Haringey Borough finished goalless, earning both teams their first point of the season.
One match was played in Division One but it produced a number of goals, Bowers & Pitsea edging out Hoddesdon Town Owls 4-3 to move above them in the table. Danielle Styles netted twice along with Georgia Fraser and Emma Mackie, whilst Hoddesdon responded through Shannon Daly, Rosy Woodhams and Kristina O'Connell.
London & South East League
Whyteleafe have extended their lead to four points after they won 3-1 against third placed Eastbourne Town in the only match to be played in the league on Sunday. After Georgia Tibble had given Eastbourne the lead, Whyteleafe hit back to take the points via two goals from Nicha Dyett, along with a Mercedes Bromfield penalty.
North East League
Durham Cestria opened up a lead of three points in the Premier Division as they won 4-1 away to Tynedale. Jess Holder and Lauren Robson each netted twice, with Christine Murray replying. Second placed Harrogate Town were beaten 6-3 by Hartlepool Utd, for whom Caitlin Bates hit a hat-trick along with Hannah Lambert, Justine Robinson and Lucy Hammond-Garrington. Dannika Purdham netted four times, with one apiece from Sophie Halliday and Dionne Fleming, for South Shields in their 6-4 victory over Castleford White Rose and York City defeated Wallsend Boys Club 4-3 thanks to Abbey Frederiksen, Laura Midgley, Alice Turner and Jasmine Whitwell.
The top of the table clash in the Northern Division went the way of Washington Association, who narrowed the gap on leaders Sunderland West End by beating them 3-2. Washington took a three-goal lead through a Hannah Thompson double and Elle McCoy, before Jade Murray and Leanne Mason pulled goals back for West End. Redcar Town follow on in third place after Jess Round netted both goals in their 2-0 victory over Alnwick Town. Consett Ladies meanwhile won 5-0 at Cramlington Utd thanks to Nicole McEvoy (2), Courtney-Paige Cain, Amy Wharton and an own goal. Larissa Burkinshaw hit a hat-trick, Kim Robinson weighed in with a brace and Jade Featherstone was also on target as Boro Rangers beat Prudhoe Town 6-3 and Norton & Stockton Ancients Res were 5-1 winners over St Cuthbert's Ladies, Ellie Hamilton scoring twice with Louise Atkinson, Rebecca Davison and Paige Hunter adding the others.
The top two in the Southern Division have opened up a gap on the rest after winning the two matches which were played. Ossett Utd remain as leaders following their 11-5 win away to Harrogate Railway, which was spearheaded by a four-goal haul from Lauren Swailes and a Debbie Hastings hat-trick. Jordane Allison, Yasmin Ayub, Jenna Wraith and Chelsea Schofield were also on target for the table toppers. Barnsley Development stay one point behind in second place after Ellie Brightmore (2) and Emily Pierrepoint gave them a 3-0 win over York RI.
North West League
Mossley Hill narrowly extended their lead to two points at the top of the Premier Division following their 5-1 win away to Manchester Stingers. Stockport County meanwhile inflicted a 10-1 defeat on Penrith AFC and this has moved them up into second place, just ahead on goal difference from Tranmere Rovers, who were 3-2 victors at Wigan Athletic.
Blackpool have doubled their lead in Division One North to six points, thanks to a 3-0 victory over Leigh RMI. Cammell Laird 1907 triumphed 3-2 at Workington Reds to stay third, moving in front of Carlisle Utd who were beaten 3-0 by Bury FC Women. Penwortham Town ran out 6-1 winners over Preston North End, a result which takes them into the top half, whilst Crosby Ladies edged out Burscough Dynamo by the odd goal in nine.
It was the same story in Division One South where Altrincham also opened up a six point lead through a 2-1 win against Warrington Wolverines. Second placed Curzon Ashton also lost ground as they were beaten 3-2 by Liverpool Feds Res, who move level on points with Curzon ans Warrington. Chester FC Women defeated Stockport County Blues 3-2 and Northwich Vixens netted eight times without reply past City of Liverpool, taking themselves into the mid-table position.
South West League
With the top two at the start of the day, Bishop's Lydeard and Keynsham Town Development, involved in the County Cup, Exeter City narrowed the gap on the leaders to a single point with a crushing victory over Torquay Utd. Sian Chapman and Sophie Gillies netted five times apiece, Erin Romanowski added a brace and the tally was completed by Marify Sharpe, Louise Ilsley, Hana Bennett and Carmen Morison. Marine Academy Plymouth are now third after a Jaydee Seaman hat-trick and Sam Drewery earned them a 4-1 win against Ilminster Town.
The leadership changed hands once again in the Eastern Division, AEK Boco returning to the summit after Robyn Carpenter, Sasha Ferris and Jessica Titcomb all scored in their 3-2 victory over Swindon Town Development, who replied through Wendy Lacey and Chloe Lawrence. Cheltenham Town Development won 4-0 at Oldland Abbotonians to go second, Suze Berry, Jenna Lepore, Leanne Godwin and Diana Toth accounting for their goals. Wootton Bassett Town are starting to gather momentum, they beat Trowbridge Town 8-1 with Hayley Huckin (2), Emily Arrell (2), Aly Lyons and Hollie Timbrell amongst the goals. Rachel Adkin, Leanne Griffiths-Iower and Sheridan Palk were on target for Laverstock & Ford in their 3-2 success at FC Chippenham, whose replies came from Millicent Bailey and Caitlin Brooks.
Helen Kukor and Jodie Millett were on the scoresheet as Alphington took over at the top of the Western Division by winning 2-1 against St Agnes, who scored through Abbie Carveth. Weston Mendip meanwhile defeated local rivals Weston-super-Mare 5-1 in their first meeting, Emily Harrington netted two of the goals along with Sherise Binns, Natasha Crew and Ellie Oritt. Pen Mill meanwhile made it two wins on the trot when scoring five times without reply past Exeter & Tedburn Rangers. Letisha Templer bagged a brace and she was joined on the scoresheet by Leonie Hobbs, Catherine Pinkawa and Rebecca Roberts.
Southern Region League
Southampton FC Ladies are the new leaders of the Premier Division after they ran out 9-0 winners over Newbury Ladies. Ella Pusey led the scoring with a hat-trick, Ellie Chaffe and Georgie Freeland netted two apiece and they were joined on the scoresheet by Shannon Sievwright and Georgina Lowe.
One match was also played in Division One, Abingdon Utd going fourth with a 4-1 victory against Southampton Women Res. Heather Young (2), Amy Pipe and Beth Hawtin were Abingdon's markswomen, with Tia Hooper replying.
West Midlands League
With Coundon Court not having a game, Coventry Sphinx took the opportunity to replace them at the top of the Premier Division by winning 4-2 away to Worcester Utd. Sutton Coldfield Town won 2-1 at Crusaders and are three points off the pace, as are Redditch Utd following their 8-1 victory over Knowle. Leafield Athletic ran out 3-0 winners away to Lye Town and Goldenhill Wanderers beat Stockingford AA Pavilion 1-0.
Leek Town have gone nine points clear at the top of Division One North after defeating AFC Telford Utd 2-1 in their top of the table clash. Shrewsbury Town netted six times without reply past Florence and Wyrley Ladies edged out Port Vale by the odd goal in seven.
In the only match to take place in Division One South, leaders Sedgley & Gornal Utd got themselves back to winning ways with a 4-1 success away to Coventry City Women, lengthening their lead to six points in the process.
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