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East Midlands League
The only action that took place in the league over the weekend was in Division One South, where Lutterworth Athletic defeated Corby Town 7-1. Kayleigh Hillier led the scoring with a hat-trick, Helen Lewis added a brace and there was one apiece from Katie Lowder and Annabelle Rostron as Lutterworth recorded their second victory of the season, with Zoe Watkins netting Corby's consolation.
Eastern Region League
There was a change of leadership in the Premier Division, with Cambridge City taking over at the top after scoring twelve times without reply past AFC Sudbury. Charlotte Gillies, Shannon Shaw, Carla Penny and Erin Davies all netted twice and they were joined on the scoresheet by Hannah Bodily, Anna Goggin, Laura Mills and Isabella Simmons. Royston Town meanwhile climbed up into third place with a 1-0 success away to Colney Heath, Samantha Edgar scoring the only goal of the game.
In Division One, St Ives Town remain in second place following their 1-1 draw against Hertford Town, whereas a win would have taken them top of the table. Chloe Ring scored the goal which earned Hertford their first point of the season as they surprisingly held their high flying opponents to a draw, whilst Ruth Fox was on target for St Ives. Newmarket Town are five points off the pace after running out 4-1 winners over Bishop's Stortford, courtesy of a goal apiece from Abbi Griffin, Jess Linger, Laura Bailey and Annabel Cuthbert.
London & South East League
The top of the table clash ended with the points being shared as Whyteleafe and AFC Phoenix battled out a goalless draw, meaning that Phoenix hold onto the leadership on goal difference. A win would therefore have taken Kent Football Utd back to the summit but instead they went down to their second defeat of the season, beaten 2-0 by Eastbourne Town for whom Felicity Webster and Molly Hill were on target. Queen's Park Rangers Development meanwhile stepped up their challenge with a 5-0 victory over Aylesford, Chloe Sampson netted twice along with Emily Foss, Anna Maria Dzyadyk and Carla Perez. London Kent Football Utd leapfrogged Fulham FC Foundation in the table after winning their meeting 1-0, courtesy of a second half strike from Adele Keech.
North East League
Sunderland West End moved themselves to win three points of Northern Division leaders Redcar Town with a 7-0 victory over Alnwick Town. Melissa Simpson spearheaded the win with a hat-trick, Kristen Whitfield added a double and there was one each from Constandina Panayi and Alex Ross. After eleven straight defeats, Prudhoe Town got off the mark when a first half goal from Samantha Garcia earned them a 1-1 draw against St Cuthbert's Ladies.
In the Southern Division, Sheffield Wednesday made it five wins out of six league matches with a 2-1 success away to Wakefield. Jessica Morrison scored both goals for fourth placed Wednesday, with the home side responding through Vicky Brooke.
North West League
League leaders Tranmere Rovers saw their advantage halved to three points when they were beaten 4-2 by second placed Stockport County, who have five games in hand on their opponents. Fleetwood Town Wrens edged out Sir Tom Finney by the odd goal in seven and this has taken them up into fourth place. The match between Penrith AFC and Accrington Girls & Ladies was forced to be abandoned due to an injury to an Accrington player with 57 minutes played, with Penrith leading 2-1 at the time.
One match was played in Division One North, Morecambe Res moving into the top six following a 3-0 victory away to Preston North End.
There was a change of leadership in Division One South, with Liverpool Feds Res returning to the top of the table after scoring nine times without reply past City of Liverpool. Curzon Ashton meanwhile hit double figures for the second successive league game, beating Didsbury 12-1 to lift themselves into fourth place.
South West League
Exeter City raced to an emphatic victory away to Downend Flyers to close the gap on Premier Division leaders Keynsham Town Development to four points. Sophie Gillies led the scoring with a hat-trick with braces from Kathryn Mundy, Daniella Tyson and Erin Romanowski, whilst Georgie Barbour-Gresham, Jessica Freeman-Roach, Carmen Morison and Hana Bennett also got on the scoresheet. Marine Academy Plymouth are a further two points adrift in third place following their 5-1 success at Torquay Utd, Sam Drewery hitting a hat-trick along with Hanna Prisk and Jaydee Seaman. Eleri Griffiths, Amy Hemingway, Keri-Ann Moxom and an own goal earned Callington Town a 4-4 draw with Bishop's Lydeard, whose scorers were Nicola Brown, Amber Guy-Kemp, Holly Miller and Abigail Parr.
The top two were not in action in the Eastern Division and third placed Cheltenham Town Development received a setback in their attempts to catch up ground as they suffered a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Swindon Town Development. Victoria Taylor scored both goals for Swindon, with Cheltenham's consolation coming from Emma Levett. AEK Boco and Swindon Spitfires occupy the next two positions after their meeting finished level at 1-1, Shania Powell and Sophie Mitchell scoring the goals respectively. Almondsbury ran out 3-0 winners over Oldland Abbotonians with Georgina Adams, Zoe Hales and Zoe Youren all on target.
Bideford stepped up their challenge in the Western Division with a 3-0 victory over table toppers Plymouth Argyle Development, cutting their lead to four points. Beth Ellis was the heroine for Bideford as she scored a hat-trick. Plympton Ladies were unable to make up ground as they lost 3-2 to Alphington, Danielle Garland, Jodie Millett and Catherine Wright netting for the Alphas with Sam Metters hitting a brace in reply. Bude Town defeated Pen Mill 4-2 thanks to Charlotte Lang (2), Louise Page and an own goal and Exeter & Tedburn Rangers won for the first time, 4-3 against Feniton with Lucy Rosser on target twice along with Jade Cary and Suzannah Osborne.
Southern Region League
Oxford City ran out 8-1 winners over Newbury Ladies and this has taken them three points ahead in the Premier Division from Southampton FC Ladies, who were on County Cup duty. AFC Bournemouth CST made sure of moving level on points with Southampton by beating Winchester City Flyers 5-1 with a goal apiece from Sian Tilly, Aimee-Rose Collier, Meg Vella, Maisy Smith and Jade Hockey. Ascot Utd claimed their second victory of the season, 5-0 over Barton Rovers with Lauren Broadhurst, Jessica Perkins, Lucy Holzman-Clarke, Darcey Young and Katie Vince all on the scoresheet.
Wycombe Wanderers are the new leaders of Division One following their 5-0 victory against Eastleigh. Christina O'Connor netted twice along with Tara Woodward, Chloe Ball and Emma Newberry. Abingdon Utd stepped up their challenge by beating Basingstoke Town 9-1, spearheaded by a hat-trick from Beth Hawtin with Amy Pipe, Kiera Isaac, Katie Totton, Charlotte Deeley, Molly Lygo-Jackson and Heather Young adding the others. Natalia Deacon and Gemma Woodford scored the goals as Shanklin shared a 2-2 draw with Wargrave Ladies, who replied through Millie Bilcliff and Hannah Sheehan.
West Midlands League
Coundon Court moved to within one point of the leadership in the Premier Division by scoring nine times without reply past Lye Town. Claudia Latchford led the scoring with a seven-goal haul, whilst the others came from Kathleen Molloy and Alex Shilton.
In Division One South, Solihull Utd are a single point off the pace after running out 10-0 winners over Solihull Sporting in their local derby. Catherine Harris and Hayley Wilford netted four times apiece along with Emma Alexander and Scarlet Fielding. Amy Botfish hit a hat-trick and Stacey Barbaccia was also on target as Stourbridge defeated Rugby Town 4-0 and Kingfisher won 2-1 away to Coventry City Women, Elloise Russell scoring both goals.
League leaders Sutton Coldfield Town are through to the quarter finals of the Premier Division League Cup following their 2-1 victory over Coventry Sphinx, Laura Fryer and Ruth Graham scoring their goals.
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