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East Midlands League
Rotherham Utd are the early leaders of the Premier Division following their 6-1 victory over Loughborough Students in which Amy Pollock netted four times, with Bradie Wild adding the other two. Oughtibridge WMSC are the other team currently on six points after beating Ollerton Town 7-2, Becky Shaw netting twice along with Samantha Woodham, Codi Melia, Millie Kenyon, Laura Watton and Annie Longmore. Andrea Bell and Abbie Newman each scored twice for Mansfield Town in their 4-1 success at Rise Park and this has taken them up to third, just ahead of Peterborough Utd who won 3-1 against Northampton Town thanks to Kier Perkins, Alice MacNicol and Donna McGuigan.
Notts County Development scored six times for the second week running in Division One North, their 6-4 victory over Grimsby Borough meaning they head the fledgling table. Sophie Howe hit a hat-trick with Melissa East, Rebecca Jacklin and Ellie Sims adding the others. Hykeham Town were 7-1 winners at Lincoln Moorlands Railway, courtesy of a Tracey Duxbury-Mead hat-trick, Amie Barnes-Ford (2), Holly Newman and an own goal. Lauren Page, Kelsey Benton, Ashleigh Eggington and Roxanne Clark were on the scoresheet as Sleaford Town defeated Cleethorpes Town 4-1.
Notts County Women lead the way in Division One South after scoring nine times without reply past Thrapston Town. Bella Reed and Charlotte Taylor both hit doubles, with one apiece from Lashea Francis, Chelsie Hooley, Nya Chambers, Rebecca Linsey and Jessica Munn. Oadby & Wigston Dynamo won 8-0 against Derby County Community, Freya Gardner bagging a hat-trick along with Lucy Phillips-Poole (2), Emma Aspinall, Yasmin Hilton and Nikki Lidgett. Lutterworth Athletic opened up their campaign by beating Loughborough Foxes Vixens 4-1, their scorers were Helen Lewis (2), Louise Ward and Sophie Bracey.
Eastern Region League
There was a change at the top in the Premier Division with Harlow Town taking over after winning 7-1 against AFC Dunstable. Hannah Porter was on target twice along with Lucy Edmeades, Nicole Farmer, Kaydee King, Amy Nash and Becky Shephard. Previous leaders Luton Town were held to a 2-2 draw by Wymondham Town, Zara Carroll and Leah Tomlin scoring their goals. Rebecca Vass (2), Charlotte South and Sammy Tinsley saw Royston Town to a 4-1 victory at Colney Heath and this takes them third, ahead of Wroxham who beat St Ives Town 6-1 with Grace Birchall netting five times and Mary-Anne Hoy adding the other. Bowers & Pitsea meanwhile scored five without reply past Haringey Borough, Megan Harley (2), Danni Jennings (2) and Danielle Styles accounting for their goals. Just three points cover the top seven teams, including Peterborough Northern Star who won 3-1 at Bedford Ladies thanks to Leah Cudone (2) and Gabrielle Smith.
East Bergholt Utd have started the new season well in Division One North, making it two wins on the trot when beating Histon 2-0 with goals from Jessica Clark and Charlotte McGrath. Freya Standing (2) and Carla Penny were the markswomen for Cambridge City Development as they won 3-1 away to King's Lynn Town.
Stevenage Women Development head the way in Division One South following their emphatic victory against Bishop's Stortford. Paige Pryor and Lucy Bolitho netted five and four respectively, Sofia Carpenter adding a hat-trick with Rebecca Brooker (2), Louise Godden, Chloe Gunn, Emily Schofield, Sherrie Evans, Danielle Ransom and Louise Sollis completing the tally. Millwall Lionesses opened up their league campaign with a twelve goal blast against Hoddesdon Town Owls and Hutton defeated Leigh Ramblers 4-0 thanks to Vicky Kinsman (2), Sally Appleton and Hayley Piggott.
London & South East League
Queen's Park Rangers continued their perfect start to the new campaign with a 2-1 victory over Fulham, Victoria Grieve and Jennifer Moore scoring the goals which keep them two points clear at the top of the table. Dulwich Hamlet head the chasing teams in second place as Catherine Campbell, Saskia Philp, Allison Rowe and Jordan Williamson gave them a 4-0 win away to Denham Utd. Lavana Neufville (2), Charlotte Baker, Ashley Cheatley and Laura Huse guided Ashford Town (Middx) to a 5-1 victory against Eastbourne Town, whilst Georgia Ungoed and Dayna Kingshott were on target for Saltdean Utd in their 2-2 draw against Whyteleafe, whose replies came from Jessica Lewry and Megan Smith.
North East League
Two teams are on six points at the top of the Premier Division, headed by Wallsend Boys Club who were 2-0 winners over Redcar Town thanks to a first half double from Ellen Turnbull. Farsley Celtic join them following a 3-2 victory against Hartlepool Utd. Charlotte Adams, Aaliyah Allen and Shirley Murphy scored the goals for Farsley, with Robyn Foster netting twice for 'Pools. York City and Ossett Utd each registered their first point when sharing a 1-1 draw, Ace Flame Kelly was on target for York, with Ossett replying through Danielle Sidebottom.
The Northern Division is only in its very early stages and the table reflects this, with eight of the ten teams currently on three points. Sunderland West End are the team sitting in top spot after scoring eight times without reply past Chester-le-Street Town Development. Emma Banks and Nicole O'Hara netted two apiece, along with Toni Deacon, Costandina Panayi, Melissa Simpson and Francesca Ness. Prudhoe Town won only twice last season but they already have half that number as they bounced back from an opening defeat to beat Consett Ladies 4-0, their goals came from Samantha Garcia, Sophie Rogers, Terri Nielsen and Zareana Slater. Laura Dodds, Demi Taylor and Rebecca Henry were all on target as Blyth Town won 3-2 at Norton & Stockton Ancients Res and Alnwick Town defeated Lumley Ladies 2-1 thanks to Caitlin Black and Catherine Johnston.
Bridlington Rovers are the early pacesetters in the Southern Division after beating Altofts Ladies 5-2. Amy Thompson netted two of the goals, with one apiece from Josie Groves, Amy Ward and Evie Barrett. Sheffield Wednesday join them on six points; Sophie Eyre, Jessica Morrison and Chantelle Rymer were their markswomen as they won 3-2 at Hepworth Utd. Emily Heckler scored four times and Rachel Stuart contributed a hat-trick for Wakefield Trinity in their 9-0 victory over Harrogate Railway, Danielle Biglin and Carly Doyle were their other scorers. There was one more goal at Bradford Park Avenue where the home side shared ten goals with York RI. Natalie Bell scored a hat-trick for Bradford, with Kirsty Russell and Melissa West adding the others.
North West League
Manchester Stingers made it five teams level on points at the top of the Premier Division, courtesy of a 1-0 victory away to Tranmere Rovers who would have taken over as leaders had they avoided defeat. West Didsbury & Chorlton meanwhile notched up their first win when scoring five times without reply past Fleetwood Town Wrens, whilst Crewe Alexandra made it a victorious start to their league campaign when beating Mossley Hill 5-3.
Penrith AFC stretched their winning start to three matches with a 5-1 success away to Morecambe Res, and this has seen them open up an early lead of three points. Five teams are level on points in pursuit of Penrith, including Workington Reds who beat Blackpool 1-0 to deny them the chance of also making it three straight wins. Penwortham Town defeated Leigh RMI 3-0 to also join that pack, as did Preston North End with a 2-1 victory at Carlisle Utd, who went down to their third successive odd goal defeat.
There was also a change of leadership in Division One South, with Warrington Wolverines going top after a nine-goal blast against Liverpool Feds Res. They are one point ahead of Salford City Lionesses, 6-1 winners over Northwich Vixens, and Chester FC Ladies who started the day as leaders but are now third after battling out a 1-1 draw with Altrincham. West Kirby meanwhile shared four goals with Didsbury Ladies, who picked up their first point as a result.
South West League
Callington Town continued their strong start to the new campaign and lead the Premier Division by three points after winning 3-0 at Bideford, thanks to a goal apiece from Keri-Ann Moxom, Sam Veal and Ezme Wells. Ilminster Town meanwhile ran out 5-0 victors away to Torquay Utd, Abigail Carslake netting twice along with Maisie Parker, Charlotte Pettinger and Lesley Spearing. Lucy Brown scored the only goal of the game to give Middlezoy Rovers victory against Marine Academy Plymouth.
Almondsbury kept up their promising start in the Northern Division, by beating Weston-super-Mare 4-2. Jess Bessell was on target twice along with Natasha Bevan and Sophie Cooper, the Seagulls replying through Lindsay Pilgrim and Vicky Wilson. 'Bury jointly lead the table with Frampton Rangers who were 3-0 winners over Downend Flyers, Abi Todd netting twice and Jasmine Trueman adding the other. Oldland Abbotonians stay unbeaten after battling out a goalless draw with Chipping Sodbury Town, whilst Bristol Ladies Union recorded their first win, 7-0 against AEK Boco. Ellie Preece, Hannah Price and Sophie Price all scored twice, along with a powerful strike from Lilly Farr.
One match was played in the Eastern Division on Sunday, Swindon Spitfires commencing their league campaign with a 9-3 victory over local rivals Swindon Supermarine. Sophie Mitchell scored a hat-trick, Claire Moreton added a couple and there was one apiece from Jasmine Hindon, Chloe Neate, Jasmine Payne and Laura Stallard whilst Lani Dickinson hit a hat-trick for Supermarine.
Alphington head the table in the Western Division after scoring ten times without reply past Exeter & Tedburn Rangers. Helen Kukor was on target six times for the Alphas, Sophie-Louise Simpson weighed in with a brace while Siobhan Aslett and Catherine Wright were also on target. Feniton are also on six points, Nia Owen (2), Natalie Matthews, Stef Churchill-Matthews and Nadine Johns accounted for the goals as they defeated St Agnes 5-0. Sam Metters and Chelsea Robinson scored for Plympton Ladies in their 2-1 win away to Plymouth Argyle Development, who replied through Hannah Brock.
Southern Region League
Abingdon Utd continue to stretch the early pace in the Premier Division, after they ran out 5-0 winners over Warsash Wasps. Molly Lygo-Jackson bagged a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Heather Young and Katie Totton. Moneyfields defeated Wycombe Wanderers 4-1 thanks to Sheree Bell-Jack (2), Sophie Kingsley-Cabell and Carla Perkins, and AFC Bournemouth CST are also on six points after Meg Vella, Terri Harvey and Rebecca Miles gave them a 3-1 victory over Ascot Utd. Charlotte Warhurst netted twice, along with Charlie Snelling and Francesca Thornton, as Winchester City Flyers fought out an entertaining 4-4 draw with Oxford City, whilst Gabriely Tavares da Silva and an own goal earned Newbury Ladies a 2-1 win at Woodley Utd.
After two games, Abbey Rangers have the last remaining 100% record in Division One following their 3-1 victory over New Milton Town. Megan McGarvey, Rebecca Phillips and Isobel Saunders scored Abbey's goals, with Lucy Slater replying. Abingdon Town occupy second place after a six-goal haul from Charlotte Comley spearheaded their win against Alton Ladies. Elisha Cox weighed in with a hat-trick, along with doubles from Isi Meade and Sara Comley. Eastleigh netted seven times without reply past Tilehurst Panthers, which included a Samantha Hide hat-trick, plus others from Keeley Fitzgerald, Natasha Konczak, Catherine Browning and Aliss Wheeler. Ellie-Jai Stephens, Emily Phillips, Grace Morgan, Sofia Sinaguglia and Helen Corbin gave AFC Bournemouth CST Development a 5-0 victory at Southampton Women Res, whilst Bournemouth Sports beat Wycombe Wanderers Development 3-2 thanks to Stacey Lewis, Katie Young and Sarah Plummer.
West Midlands League
Stockingford AA Pavilion lead the way in the Premier Division following their 7-0 win away to Knowle, which was spearheaded by a Catherine Smith hat-trick with Kaileigh Pahnke, Felicity Harrington, Charlotte Taylor and Jessica Sevellec adding the others. Leek Town remain on maximum points after doubles from Michaela Lockett and Olivia Mountford gave them a 4-1 victory over Solihull Ladies Utd. Crusaders defeated Coundon Court 2-1 and are in third place. Redditch Utd went goal crazy against Lye Town whilst second half goals from Natasha Lawrence and Holly Ellison earned Kidsgrove Athletic a 2-2 draw against Sutton Coldfield Town, who had been two up at the break through a brace from Laura Fryer.
Sandwell Ladies have maintained their flying start in Division One North as goals from Rachel Green (2), Yvette Dolphin, Siobhan Hodgetts and Jenny Gilbert gave them a 5-2 win against AFC Telford Utd. Stoke City Development made it two from two when beating Port Vale 2-1. Wyrley Ladies eased to a 5-0 success at Sutton Coldfield Town Royals, whilst Rebecca Bown netted four times, and Dannielle Jones the other, for Shifnal Town as they defeated Kewford Eagles 5-1. Jodie Mason (2), Naomi Melbourne (2) and Charlotte Tolliday accounted for the goals as Solihull Sporting edged out Shrewsbury Town 5-4.
Stourbridge scored nine times without reply past Sedgley & Gornal Utd to go three points clear at the top of Division One South. Droitwich Spa defeated Rugby Town 2-0 with Beth Roberts netting both goals, whilst Leamington Lions were 1-0 winners over Coventry City.
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