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East Midlands League
Leicester City Women Development extended their Premier Division lead by winning 4-1 away to Woodlands Ladies. All of Leicester's goals came in the opening eighteen minutes, Natalie Hurst netting twice along with Megan Kenney and Lauren Bartle. Ollerton Town's 3-0 victory over Leicester City Ladies has taken them into the top four, Shoniqua Barnes giving them a tenth minute lead which was extended by Sophie Davies and Rachael Bell. Rise Park were 2-0 winners away to Loughborough Students thanks to Jemma Meakin and Jessica Parker.
One match was played in Division One North and it saw leaders Boston Utd extend their advantage to five points with a 3-2 victory over Hykeham Town. Tracey Duxbury-Mead was on target twice, including an injury time winner, and Toni McHamilton netted the other for Boston, with Hykeham replying through Lucy Farrow and Courtney Limb.
In Division One South, Notts County have moved into the top three following their 2-1 victory away to Thrapston Town, whose consolation came from Chloe Jeffs.
Eastern Region League
Acle Utd are three points clear at the top of the Premier Division after they won 5-0 away to AFC Sudbury. Grace Birchall netted a brace and she was joined on the scoresheet by Lauren Bullard, Ciera Flatt and Anna Larkins. Cambridge City meanwhile saw their 100% record come to an end as they were held to a 4-4 draw by Royston Town. Charlotte Gillies was on target twice for Cambridge along with Erin Davies and Shannon Shaw, whilst Royston replied through a Jo Rutherford double, Danielle Carty and Teonie Peyton. Chelsea Clarke, Laura Nicholls and Hannah Waters scored the goals for Wymondham Town in their 3-1 victory over Brentwood Town.
Division One leaders Bowers & Pitsea netted five times without reply past Bishop's Stortford, Sophie Dowman hitting a hat-trick along with Georgia Fraser and Danielle Styles. They head the table by two points from St Ives Town, who moved up into second with a 2-1 success away to Newmarket Town thanks to Tierney Coulson and Hannah Seymour-Shove. Despite finding the net through Gemma Biggadike and Melody Jones, Stevenage Ladies Res are back in third after being held to a 2-2 draw by Hoddesdon Town Owls, for whom Kristina O'Connell replied along with an own goal.
London & South East League
League leaders Kent Football Utd saw their seven match winning run brought to a halt as they were beaten for the first time, 2-1 by AFC Phoenix for whom Rebecca May scored both goals. Queen's Park Rangers Development moved to within one point of second placed Whyteleafe after winning their meeting 1-0, Melanie Hall netting the only goal of the game after just nine minutes. Parkwood Rangers looked to be on their way to a second straight win when Zoe Evans gave them a first half lead against London Kent Football Utd, who hit back after the break with an equaliser from Laura Susarta earning them a 1-1 draw. Fulham FC Foundation meanwhile won for the first time, 3-0 against Eastbourne Town with goals from Alice Curr (2) and Ella Williams.
North East League
Farsley Celtic made up ground on the top six with a 2-1 victory away to Wallsend Boys Club in the solitary match played in the Premier Division. Shirley Murphy and Rachael White scored the goals for Farsley, with the home side replying through Catherine Shields.
There was also one match which took place in the Northern Division, second half goals from Lauren Henderson and Lauren Driver earned St Cuthbert's Ladies a 2-1 win at Alnwick Town, who had earlier taken the lead with a strike by Stephanie Stafford.
North West League
Tranmere Rovers will go into the break with a lead of six points in the Premier Division after they defeated Penrith AFC 2-0. Stockport County did not play but remain in second place after Mossley Hill went down to a 2-1 defeat at home to Wigan Athletic, who moved level on points with them. Merseyrail Ladies meanwhile won for the second week in succession, 6-1 against Accrington Girls & Ladies.
In the only match to take place in Division One North, Burscough Dynamo picked up an important point when sharing a 2-2 draw with Workington Reds.
Liverpool Feds Res have gone to the top of Division One South after scoring eleven times without reply against Wythenshawe Amateurs. A win could have seen Altrincham head the table instead but they are in third place after going down to a 1-0 defeat at Didsbury Ladies. Chester FC Women and Curzon Ashton currently occupy the mid-table positions after their meeting finished in a 1-1 draw.
South West League
Keynsham Town Development continue to blaze a trail at the top of the Premier Division and made it six league wins on the trot when beating Marine Academy Plymouth 3-2. Rhianna Ben-Carew, Emily Plummer and Libby Sims scored the goals for Keynsham, who now head the table by seven points, whilst replies from Anthea Kaptein and Eden May could not prevent Marine from going down to their first defeat. Exeter City replaced Bishop's Lydeard in second place after beating them 5-2. Abbie Britton and Sophie Gillies netted twice for Exeter, with Daniella Tyson adding the other, whilst Nicola Brown and Amber Guy-Kemp responded for Lydeard. Callington Town have moved into the top four following their win against Downend Flyers, which was spearheaded by a hat-trick from Chloe Williams. Amy Hemingway, Lucy Jones and Sam Veal each contributed braces and there was one apiece from Eleri Griffiths, Keri-Ann Moxom, Lisa Pearce, Kelly Phillips and Jodie Smith.
Wootton Bassett Town are continuing to stretch the pace in the Eastern Division, staying two points clear with a 5-0 win away to Laverstock & Ford. Lisa Coe netted twice and there was one apiece from Emily Arrell, Holly Baker and Emma Sykes. Frampton Rangers remain hard on their heels in second place following a hard fought 4-2 victory against AEK Boco. Maddy Brown hit a hat-trick and Gabby Menghini was also on target with a 25-yard strike, whilst Boco replied through Leanne Burge and Lara Ferris. Almondsbury meanwhile netted eight times without reply past FC Chippenham to move back into mid-table. Rosie Harris, Sam Kodola and Emma Summerill all netted twice, with Georgina Adams and Zoe Youren adding the others.
Plymouth Argyle Development stay four points clear at the top of the Western Division after they defeated Pen Mill 6-3. Gabi Alphous and Tamsin Medd-Gill each scored twice along with Alex Hugh and Maya Ridge. Alice Beresford, Leanne Cording, Beth Ellis, Rohana Little and Alicia Martin accounted for the goals as second placed Bideford won 5-0 at Weston-super-Mare, this keeps them three points in front of Plympton Ladies who beat Feniton 7-1 thanks to a Shannon Workman hat-trick, Emily Hollister (2), Lucie Cooper and Sam Metters. Weston Mendip got the better of Bude Town in a high scoring affair, beating them 7-4 with doubles from Amy Clark and Ellie Oritt, along with Sherise Binns, Natasha Crew and an own goal. St Agnes picked up their second victory of the season, 5-2 against Exeter & Tedburn Rangers courtesy of a Debbie Duncan hat-trick, LB Medcalf and Alexia Riley.
Southern Region League
Oxford City have a lead of three points following their 5-1 victory against Newbury Ladies in which Lauren May bagged a hat-trick, with the other two coming from Leah McConnell. The other two teams with 100% records met each other and it was Southampton FC Ladies who were 3-1 winners over AFC Bournemouth CST, thanks to a Chloe Newton hat-trick with Meg Vella netting the Cherries' consolation.
Moneyfields maintained their three point advantage at the top of Division One with a 6-1 win against previously unbeaten Eastleigh. Kim Whitcombe led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Kim Stenning, Ciara Boylan and Becki Bath. Second placed Wycombe Wanderers also won, 5-0 over Wargrave Ladies with a Chante Inniss hat-trick, Tara Woodward and Alix Todd.
West Midlands League
The only action in the league on Sunday took place in Division One South with Stourbridge catching up ground on the top three, courtesy of a 5-0 victory away to Coventry City Women. Amy Botfish led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Eboni Fowkes and Shannon Roche. In the other game to be played, Droitwich Spa made it seven games undefeated when beating Solihull Sporting 2-0. Emily Johnson scored both goals to take Droitwich up into fifth place.
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