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East Midlands League
The only match to be played in the Premier Division was between the bottom two teams in the table, with both looking to secure their first league win of the season. It was Leicester City Ladies who took the points with a 5-3 victory over Eastwood Community, courtesy of an Aleksander Janicka brace and other goals from Sofia Aragosa, Sarah Burbidge and Arnie Cattell.
Boston Utd have gone ten points clear at the top of Division One North after running out 11-1 winners away to Ilkeston Town. Tracey Duxbury-Mead led the scoring with a five-goal haul, Demi Barai weighed in with a hat-trick and the tally was completed by Amy Hunt, Lauren Cassin and Eleanor Spendelow. Hayley Brown had an even better day in front of goal, finding the net six times as Calverton MW defeated Sleaford Town 9-3. Shantay Wright was on target twice and Stephanie Morrell added the other goal.
In Division One South, leaders Northampton Town stretched their advantage to six points with a 3-2 victory over Lutterworth Athletic. Emma Dunmore netted twice and Abbie reboul the other for Northampton, whilst Lutterworth replied through Amie Chivers and Helen Lewis. Loughborough Foxes Vixens meanwhile recorded an emotional 3-1 win against Thrapston Town on the first occasion that they stepped on the pitch since their captain, Molly Webb passed away recently.
Eastern Region League
Colney Heath increased the gap between themselves and the bottom three in the Premier Division after running out 4-0 winners away to AFC Dunstable. Lucy Hancock, Sophie Joseph, Rianne Townsend-Brown and Olivia Mari were all on the scoresheet for Heath.
In Division One, fourth placed Stevenage Ladies Res were held to a 2-2 draw by Histon. Sherrie Evans netted both goals for Stevenage, whilst Histon replied through a double from Alison Wright. Hertford Town meanwhile continued their impressive climb away from trouble and extended their unbeaten run to four games by beating Hoddesdon Town Owls 3-1. Rhiann Patmore, Chloe Ring and Olivia Worsfold netted the goals for Hertford, with Rosy Woodhams responding. Hatfield Peveral meanwhile notched up their first league victory of the season, 2-0 against Bishop's Stortford thanks to strikes from Jasmine Cox and Victoria King.
London & South East League
Sunday saw the semi finals of the League Cup taking place and in the clash between the top two teams in the table, leaders AFC Phoenix went through with a 4-0 victory away to Kent Football Utd. Kasey Kelm, Brittany Saylor, Elizabeth Wicks and Raquel Arevalo were all on the scoresheet for Phoenix.
Phoenix' opponents in the Final will be London Kent Football Utd who defeated Queen's Park Rangers Development 4-2 in the other semi final. Emily Hart netted twice along with Alicia Gibbs and Charlotte Long for London Kent, whilst Rangers' replies came from Paige Vanden and Chloe Sampson.
North East League
Mid-table Tynedale put a distance of three points between themselves and York City after winning their meeting 2-1. Rachel Maddison and Zareana Slater netted the goals for Tynedale.
The only other action took place in the League Cup, where Sheffield Wednesday defeated Harrogate Railway 5-2 to book their place in the quarter finals. Chantelle Rymer (2), Sophie Eyre, Emily Higgins and Jessica Morrison were all on target for Wednesday, who led by four goals at half time, whilst Harrogate Railway replied through Nicola Hadley and Krista Shuttleworth.
North West League
FC United of Manchester kept up their Premier Division title challenge by scoring thirteen times without reply past Accrington Girls & Ladies, a result which takes them into third place. Mossley Hill are one point behind in fourth, following their 4-1 success away to Fleetwood Town Wrens. Sir Tom Finney meanwhile moved off the bottom of the table after battling out a 1-1 draw with Merseyrail Ladies.
Only one match took place in Division One North on Sunday, but it produced a highly significant result in the title race. Bury FC Women defeated Blackpool 2-1 to inflict a first defeat of the season on the league leaders and although they remain in third place, Bury now trail Blackpool by nine points and have three games in hand.
Liverpool Feds Res are continuing to stretch the pace at the top of Division One South after finding the net fourteen times against City of Liverpool. Second placed West Didsbury & Chorlton meanwhile won 5-0 against Chester FC Women and are three points behind leaders Feds, but have as many as six matches in hand. The next two teams in the table met each other and it was Curzon Ashton who won 4-1 to put a gap of five points between themselves and Altrincham.
Manchester Stingers have booked their place in the quarter finals of the Argyle Sports Plate, thanks to a 7-1 victory away to Morecambe Res. Division One North high fliers Carlisle Utd ran out 5-0 winners at Didsbury Ladies, Stockport County Blues defeated Wythenshawe Amateurs 7-2 and Leigh RMI are also in the last eight, following a 3-2 success against Preston North End.
South West League
Callington Town are on top of the Premier Division for the first time in their history after winning 2-0 against long time leaders Keynsham Town Development in their top of the table clash on Sunday. Sam Veal netted both goals for in-form Callington to take her side above Keynsham on goal difference. A win would have taken Marine Academy Plymouth into third but instead they were held to a 2-2 draw by Middlezoy Rovers. Ellison Roberts and Chloe Snook netted the goals for Middlezoy, whilst Marine found the net through Sam Drewery and Anthea Kaptein. Bishop's Lydeard meanwhile kept their hopes alive by beating Downend Flyers 8-1, thanks to doubles from Nicola Brown, Amber Guy-Kemp and Sarah Hill whilst Holly Miller and Abigail Parr added the other goals. Ilminster Town moved themselves closer towards mid-table with a 3-1 win away to Torquay Utd, thanks to an Abigail Carslake brace and Dee Cracknell.
There was also a change of leadership in the Western Division, with Bideford taking over at the top after beating Alphington 5-0. Beth Ellis led the scoring with a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Phoebe Baker and Hannah Neve. Bude Town meanwhile jumped up into fourth place with a 4-1 victory at Weston-super-Mare in which Charlotte Lang (2), Sarah Badham and Courtney Ward were all on target. Lorna Jennings and Rebecca Roberts accounted for the goals as Pen Mill won 2-1 away to Weston Mendip and St Agnes ran out 6-1 winners over Exeter & Tedburn Rangers, courtesy of a goal apiece from Mollie Dring, Sarah Ewen, Sarah Fisher, Laura Hockett, Lyndsey Mayers and Megan Pearce.
Southern Region League
Things remain close at the top of the Premier Division and it is AFC Bournemouth CST who still lead the way on goal difference after scoring seven times without reply past Barton Rovers. Rosie Eden and Chloe Tape each netted twice for the Cherries and there was one apiece from Katie Kingshott, Rebecca Miles and Terri Harvey. Southampton FC Ladies made sure of keeping pace with Bournemouth by beating New Milton Town 3-0 to record their tenth straight win. Chloe Newton gave Southampton the lead on the stroke of half time and they went on to add further goals through Ella Morris and Phoebe Williams. May Hamblin and Amie Benton each bagged braces as Woodley Utd returned to winning ways with a 4-1 success against Newbury Ladies and Ascot Utd were 1-0 victors over Winchester City Flyers, Hannah Evans scoring the only goal of the game during the first half.
With Wycombe Wanderers on County Cup duty, Moneyfields took the opportunity to replace them as Division One leaders by scoring fourteen times past Wokingham & Emmbrook. Sheree Bell-Jack led the spree with a four-goal haul, Katie Shorter netted a hat-trick whilst Kim Whitcombe and Beth Roche added braces, with Kira Vallely, Grace Laidlaw and an own goal completing the tally. Kiera Isaac (2), Katie Totton, Jane Younger, Amy Pipe and Sadie Timbs accounted for the goals as third placed Abingdon Utd defeated Alton Ladies 6-0. Southampton Women Development won 4-0 against Shanklin thanks to Kia Anteney (2), Lily Shergill and Tia Hooper, whilst Basingstoke Town continued their climb away from danger by beating Eastleigh 5-0 with goals from Emma Lawrence, Charlotte Hull, Emily Woodhouse, Simone Williams and Lindsey Beverley.
West Midlands League
League leaders Sutton Coldfield Town went down to only their second defeat of the season, beaten 4-3 by Coundon Court in the Premier Division top of the table clash. Claudia Latchford (2), Kathleen Molloy and Hannah Roxburgh scored the goals for Coundon to move themselves to within one point of their opponents. Leafield Athletic were also boosted by this results and did their own cause no harm by defeating Knowle 4-0 with Samantha Berry, Daisy-May Clements, Lily Eustace and Alice Rogers all on target. Goldenhill Wanderers meanwhile won 6-2 away to Lye Town, Stacey Barley netting twice along with Holly Ellison, Tara Harrison, Holly Marshall and Annie Thomas.
Leek Town made it twelve wins on the trot in Division One North and they head the table by six points after beating AFC Telford Utd 5-1 thanks to a Chantelle Gallagher hat-trick, Rehanne Mellor and Lacey Smith. Shifnal Town head the chasing teams, they won 5-0 at Port Vale with a goal apiece from Maria Bell, Rebecca Bown, Nicola Mason, Abbie McShane and Danielle Smith. Sarah Essah-Hassanin, Emma Henderson, Megan Shandley, Faye Singleton and Jordan Sloan were all on the scoresheet as third placed Stoke City Development won 5-1 against Florence and Sandwell Ladies defeated Shrewsbury Juniors 2-1 courtesy of Yvette Dolphin and Sunya Salim.
Solihull Utd are the new leaders of Division One South following their 10-1 victory over Coventry City Women. Hayley Wilford hit a hat-trick, Catherine Harris and Saddiqa Shan both contributed braces and also on target were Scarlet Fielding, Donna Millward and Kate Pickersgill. Kidderminster Harriers kept their hopes alive by beating Leamington Lions 5-0 thanks to a Kirsty Roberts hat-trick and Amber Quick double.
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