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East Midlands League
The league programme on Sunday was greatly reduced by the Women's FA Cup, with no matches being played in the Premier Division and one in Division One North. That saw Worksop Town belatedly begin their campaign with a 6-0 victory over Cleethorpes Town, Leah Hardy leading the scoring with a four-goal haul along with one apiece from Stacie Sands and Abbie Lister.
Notts County Women meanwhile continued their good start in Division One South, winning 4-0 away to Loughborough Foxes Vixens to maintain their lead of three points. Jessica Munn was on target twice, with Jessica Knott and Bella Reed adding the others. Ilkeston Town defeated Corby Town and this has taken them up into second place on goal difference from Beaumont Park, who were 2-1 winners at Derby County Community.
Eastern Region League
The league programme was severely depleted by teams being involved in FA Cup action. One match took place in Division One North, Cambridge City Development replacing East Bergholt Utd as early leaders after beating them 4-0. Ellie Cullum, Freya Standing and Carla Penny were all on target along with an own goal.
Stevenage Women Development remain three points clear at the top of Division One South following their 5-1 win away to Wodson Park. Lucy Bolitho netted two of the goals, along with Sherrie Evans, Paige Pryor and Chloe Gunn. Vicky Kinsman was on target four times as Hutton went up to second by beating Lawford 9-1, Chloe Eastwell and Abigail Fry added a double apiece, with Hayley Piggott completing the scoring. Kate Newton scored a hat-trick for Leigh Ramblers in their 7-2 victory over Hoddesdon Town Owls, Lucy Dalgarno netting a brace with Emily Diwell and Georgia Holdaway also on the scoresheet.
London & South East League
One match went ahead in the league on Sunday, Whyteleafe recording their first victory of the season when defeating Denham Utd 2-1. Jess Lewry scored both goals for 'Leafe, who move into the top half of the table as a result, whilst Denham's consolation came from Kayleigh Currivan.
North East League
Wallsend Boys Club have gone three points clear at the top of the Premier Division after winning 4-0 against York City. Ellen Turnbull netted two of the goals and they were joined on the scoresheet by Emma Hewett and Rebecca Hansen.
There was a change of leadership in the Northern Division with Norton & Stockton Ancients in top after scoring nine times past Chester-le-Street Town Development. Sacha Millward bagged herself a five-goal haul, Paige Hunter added a brace and there was one apiece from Libby Waller and Chloe Bright. Boro Rangers are keeping pace with them following their 3-2 win over Consett Ladies, thanks to Abbie Phillips (2) and Larissa Burkinshaw. Sarah Hutchieson, Holly Doogan and Ellie Medd were all on target for Lumley Ladies in their 3-3 draw with Prudhoe Town, who replied via a Samantha Garcia brace and Lauren Driver.
Sheffield Wednesday kept up their good start in the Southern Division and their 3-2 victory away to York RI has taken them top of the table. Courtney Livsey, Jessica Morrison and Chantelle Rymer scored the goals for Wednesday, with Meg Falcus and Nicola Kay replying. Wakefield Trinity are in second place following their 7-1 victory over Bradford Park Avenue. Emily Heckler led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Danielle Biglin, Carly Doyle, Rebecca Furey and Charlotte Parker. Nicola Smith hit a hat-trick for Altofts Ladies as they beat Harrogate Railway 7-1, Grace Wilkinson added two and the tally was completed by Lisa Jepson and Megan Wilson.
North West League
In the solitary match to be played in the Premier Division, Tranmere Rovers bounced back from defeat seven days earlier to take over as the new leaders with a 5-0 victory away to Wigan Athletic.
Penrith AFC consolidated their three point lead at the top of Division One North by winning 3-0 against Workington Reds, with Preston North End now in second place following their 4-2 success at Leigh RMI. Blackpool were unable to take an opportunity to move into the top two themselves as they were beaten 2-1 by Accrington Sports & Football Club, who are up to fourth.
In Division One South, Warrington Wolverines ran out 6-1 winners at Burscough Dynamo to keep themselves one point ahead of Chester FC Ladies, who won 3-1 against previously unbeaten Salford City Lionesses. West Kirby meanwhile defeated Liverpool Feds Res 6-1 to go level on points with third placed Salford.
South West League
Callington Town took advantage of the other teams being involved in FA Cup action by beating Keynsham Town Development 5-0 to open up an early lead of six points in the Premier Division. Gabi Alphous was on target twice for the Cornish side along with Dani Harper, Sam Veal and Sam Kotlinska.
With Almondsbury on FA Cup duty, Frampton Rangers took the opportunity to replace them as Northern Divsion leaders by winning 4-1 against Weston-super-Mare. Jasmine Trueman netted twice along with Zoe Shellard and Abi Todd, with Desni Darch replying. Oldland Abbotonians kept up their unbeaten start and are in third place following their 3-0 victory at Downend Flyers, given to them by Beth Dale, Nicky Hawkins-Hoare and Chloe Tape. Laura Curnock, Tianna Bishop and Lydia Britt scored the goals as Chipping Sodbury Town picked up their first win, 3-2 against Weston Mendip, and Cheltenham Town Development defeated AEK Boco 2-0 with both goals from Leonie Gough.
Frome Town head the fledgling table in the Eastern Division after goals from Ella McGregor, Karen Perkins and Emily Petteford gave them a 3-1 win at Laverstock & Ford. Leonie Hobbs and Alisha Barker were on target for Pen Mill as they drew 2-2 with Forest Green Rovers, who scored through Rosanna Dimery and Beth Edwards.
There was a change at the top in the Western Division with Feniton the new leaders after beating previous table toppers Alphington 3-0 with goals from Kate Finch (2) and Brittany Harris. Mollie Dring netted twice and Abbie Carveth the other as St Agnes defeated Plymouth Argyle Development 3-1 and this moved them into second. Sam Metters hit a hat-trick for Plympton Ladies in their 9-1 win at Bude Town, with Chelsea Robinson (2), Lucy Atkinson, Emily Hollister, Amy Pridham and Billie Swan accounting for the other goals.
Southern Region League
Newbury Ladies have gone to the top of the Premier Division following their 4-2 victory over Ascot Utd. Rachel Allwright and Tracey Beales each scored twice for the Berkshire side, with Darcey Young and Freya Johnson replying. In the other game, Woodley Utd got off the mark for the campaign when they defeated Oxford City 3-0 with a goal apiece from Rosie Page-Smith, Faye Ward and Amie Benton.
AFC Bournemouth CST Development are the new leaders of Division One after a seven-goal victory over Alton Ladies. Larissa White bagged a five-goal haul with Helen Corbin and Daria Jesionowska also on target for the Cherries who head the table on goal difference from Eastleigh, 4-0 winners over Bournemouth Sports thanks to a goal apiece from Catherine Browning, Aliss Wheeler, Samantha Hide and Leah Shave.
West Midlands League
Redditch Utd blasted ten goals past Worcester City to take over the leadership of the Premier Division on goal difference. Kidsgrove Athletic came from behind to beat Coundon Court 2-1, thanks to second half goals from Megan Ferriday and Natasha Lawrence, whilst Lye Town won for the first time, 6-2 against Knowle.
Division One leaders Sandwell Ladies have opened up a lead of three points after they won 4-1 away to Wyrley Ladies. Yvette Dolphin was on target twice along with Siobhan Hodgetts and Rachel Green. Jaime Duggan and Danniella Garrett each hit hat-tricks as AFC Telford Utd lifted themselves into the top three by beating Kewford Eagles 6-0.
Stourbridge built on their good start to the season in Division One South by winning 4-1 against last season's runners-up Kidderminster Harriers, whose consolation came from Dani Selmes. Stourbridge head the table by three points from Leamington Lions, who defeated Sedgley & Gornal Utd 6-2. Kingfisher meanwhile picked their first league victory of the season as they edged out Rugby Town by the odd goal in seven.
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