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East Midlands League
Peterborough Utd have ascended to the summit in the Premier Division after scoring twelve times past Loughborough Students in the only match to be played. Hannah Pendred spearheaded the win with a hat-trick while Kier Perkins, Laura Dodwell, Donna McGuigan and Stacey McConville each contributed doubles, with Hollie Lewis completing the tally.
Hykeham Town kept hold of the leadership of Division One North following their 6-3 victory away to Arnold Eagles. Demi Barai was on target twice for Hykeham along with Natasha Percival, Zuzana Pramukova, Amie Barnes-Ford and Stephanie Powell with Demi-Leigh Crofts, Natasha Leach and Jennifer Lorimer replying. Second placed Notts County Development were held to a 2-2 draw by Sleaford Town, who scored through Deborah Scorcher and Beth Scarll, Melissa East and Sophie Howe netting for County. Thea Duncan, Stacey Pearce and an own goal earned Arnold Town a 3-3 draw with Grimsby Borough, whose replies came from Lydia Clark (2) and Laura Saxby.
Only the one game went ahead in Division One South but it allowed Beaumont Park to extend their lead at the top to six points by defeating Lutterworth Athletic 4-0. Danielle Tannahill led the scoring with a hat-trick and Kayleigh Needham was also on the scoresheet.
Eastern Region League
Colney Heath returned from Bowers & Pitsea with a 5-0 victory under their belts and this has taken them level on points with leaders Harlow Town. Samaira Khan was on target twice along with Sheree Oliver, Eustacia Randles and Lucy Hancock. Wymondham Town leapt into mid-table on the back of a 4-1 win against Bedford Ladies, thanks to Hannah Waters (2), Mollie O'Callaghan and Freya Symonds. St Ives Town meanwhile made it seven points from nine matches as they won 3-1 at Haringey Borough, with goals from Tierney Coulson, Hannah Seymour-Shove and Georgia Stancombe.
The teams in Divisions One North and South continued the latest round of group matches in the League Cup and Newmarket Town are blazing a trail at the top of Group A after they defeated Stevenage Women Development 4-0. Annabel Cuthbert netted a brace, with one apiece from Lauren Deller and Katie Webb. In Group B, Millwall Lionesses and Cambridge City Development continue to occupy the top two positions as their meeting finished in a 4-4 draw. Isabella Simmons was on target twice for Cambridge along with Ellie Cullum and Rachel Pearce. Wodson Park meanwhile picked up their first win in Group C, 4-0 away to Hoddesdon Town Owls and goals from Poppy Kelly (2) and Siobhan White earned Histon a 3-2 victory at Leigh Ramblers, who replied through Rebecca Dalgarno and Georgia Holdaway.
London & South East League
Dulwich Hamlet have taken over at the top of the table for the first time this season after they defeated Saltdean Utd 5-0. Raquel Arran, Sarah Milner, Brittany Saylor, Roisin Stone and Lucy Monkman all netted a goal apiece for Dulwich.
Fulham are up into the top three following their 3-1 victory against Denham Utd. Alice Curr scored twice and Gemma Taylor added the other, with Denham's consolation coming from Rachel Keightley.
Whyteleafe leapfrogged above Dartford in the table after winning their meeting 3-2. Jess Lewry (2) and Suzanne Davies were the markswomen for 'Leafe, with Danielle Harrison and Sarah White replying.
North East League
League leaders Wallsend Boys Club saw their winning start to the season brought to a halt, but they have edged further clear in the Premier Division after drawing 1-1 with York City. Ellen Turnbull scored the goal which has taken Wallsend seven points ahead despite being pegged back by an Aoife Brannigan goal, which means that York double their tally for the campaign. Harrogate Town meanwhile notched up arguably the result of the day anywhere, when they won 8-0 against previously unbeaten South Shields. Harrogate had not won before Sunday's game but a five-goal haul from Lindsey Whitton helped put that statistic right, with Beth Davies, Grace Adams and Emily Crispin also getting on the scoresheet.
Boro Rangers hold on to top spot in the Northern Division despite going down to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Lumley Ladies, whose goals came from Ellie Medd and Jade Fenton. Boro's lead has been trimmed to a single point by Sunderland West End, who won 8-3 against Prudhoe Town. Allison Ferris hit a hat-trick, Jade Murray weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Kay Mills, Nicole O'Hara and Alex Ross. Samantha Garcia scored a hat-trick for Prudhoe but ended up on the losing side. Blyth Town were 3-1 winners against Consett Ladies and Washington Association registered their first victory, 3-0 over Chester-le-Street Town Development thanks to first half goals from Brittany James, Beth White and Courtney Clark.
Bridlington Rovers are back on top of the Southern Division following their 4-3 success away to Hepworth Utd. Amy Ward was on target twice along with Josie Groves and Jade Newlove, with Rebecca Kirk, Merita Prebrezova and Sophie Walsh responding. Nicola Smith netted twice and Rachael Murrell added the other as Altofts Ladies won 3-1 at Wakefield Trinity to go up into third place.
North West League
Tranmere Rovers made a quick return to winning ways and their 6-1 victory over Sir Tom Finney takes them three points clear at the head of the Premier Division. A win would have taken Morecambe up a place into second but they remain where they are after their meeting with West Didsbury & Chorlton finished level at 1-1. Crewe Alexandra made it two wins out of two when they beat Merseyrail Ladies 3-1 and Wigan Athletic claimed their first league victory, 7-1 against Fleetwood Town Wrens who remain at the foot of the table.
Penrith AFC are continuing to stretch the early pace in Division One North, maintaining their one point lead with a 3-1 victory away to Workington Reds. Accrington Sports & Football Club stay on their heels in second as they scored seven times without reply past Morecambe Res. Blackburn Community are in fourth place but with games in hand, keeping up their 100% record by running out 8-1 winners over Carlisle Utd.
It was a good day for the top three in Division One South as they pulled away from the teams immediately below them, still headed by Curzon Ashton who picked up a fifth straight win when scoring nine without reply past Liverpool Feds Res. Warrington Wolverines remain one point off the pace following their 2-0 success away to West Kirby, and Salford City Lionesses recorded a crushing 14-1 victory against Wythenshawe Amateurs to stay a further point adrift in third.
South West League
The league schedule was greatly affected by the weather over the weekend but there was plenty of action in the Premier Division, including leaders Callington Town going down to their second defeat in successive weeks. Lucy Bidgood scored the only goal of the game during the first half to give Keynsham Town Development a 1-0 win which takes them up to third, but they needed to defend stoutly under Callington pressure during the second half in order to secure a hard earned win. Bideford recorded their first win in the top division, four first half goals from Katelyn McKane (2), Beth Ellis and Sarah Short taking them to a 4-1 victory over Middlezoy Rovers whose reply came from Chloe Snook, whilst Portishead Town belatedly opened up their league campaign by beating Torquay Utd 9-1. Shannon Holloway led the scoring with a hat-trick whilst Emily Lindsey and Alanna Torrington each netted braces, with Hannah Fletcher, Taylor Gainey and Hannah Thornton completing the tally.
Only one game managed to beat the weather on Sunday in the Northern Division, at Weston-super-Mare where visitors Cheltenham Town Development ran out ten-goal winners. Leonie Gough bagged herself a hat-trick whilst Holly Fenton and Naomi Marshall each contributed braces, with Caitlin Marron, Jessica Wadey and Hannah Galpin completed the scoring for a result which takes them fourth in the table.
It was the same story in the Eastern Division where just the solitary match went ahead, Laverstock & Ford drawing for the third time in five matches when sharing eight goals with Sherborne Town. Rachel Adkin, Caitlin Lower, Amy Sanger and Abbie Vernon netted the goals for Laverstock whilst Jemma Tewkesbury hit a hat-trick in reply, with Hattie King adding the other.
Western Division leaders Feniton did not play and Alphington took the chance to go level on points with them by beating St Agnes 5-1, Helen Kukor netting four times and Catherine Wright adding the other. Plymouth Argyle Development meanwhile netted thirteen times past Exeter & Tedburn Rangers, including a hat-trick from Maisie Williams. Nicola Champion and Lucy Solloway each netted twice and the total was completed by Stephanie Beck, Ellie Bishop, Beth Everson, Nelinha Barros, Beth Cowd and an own goal.
Southern Region League
AFC Bournemouth CST are back on top of the Premier Division again, after they won 1-0 away to Wycombe Wanderers. Hannah Bennett scored the only goal of the game with four minutes on the clock, to put them two points in front of previous leaders Newbury Ladies. Moneyfields complete the top three as they made it three wins out of three when scoring five times without reply away to Ascot Utd. Katie Shorter netted twice for the Moneys, along with Paige Seeley, Kim Whitcombe and Krystal Whyte.
One game was played in Division One, at Abbey Rangers where the home side ran out 4-0 winners over Bournemouth Sports to narrow the gap on leaders Eastleigh to a single point, courtesy of a four-goal haul from Rachel Johnson.
West Midlands League
Leaders Redditch Utd continued their good start to the season with a 5-2 victory over Sutton Coldfield Town and have a lead of two points from Kidsgrove Athletic, who defeated Worcester City 4-2 thanks to a Natasha Lawrence hat-trick and Britney Tatton. Chantelle Gallagher was another hat-trick scorer and Katie Gibbons added the other goal as Leek Town claimed their third successive victory, 4-0 against Coventry Sphinx.
In Division One North, AFC Telford Utd were unable to move level on points with leaders Sandwell Ladies when they were held to a goalless draw by Shrewsbury Town. Shifnal Town remain as one of two unbeaten teams in the division after scoring seven times without reply away to Kewford Eagles, Jenna Boddison grabbing a hat-trick along with Jessica Wood (2), Rebecca-Lee Bown and Nicola Mason.
Only the one game managed to beat the weather in Division One South, at Cookley Sports where the home side moved into second place with a 3-1 victory against Kingfisher. Maddison Rushton was on target twice for Cookley, with Lucy Stephens adding the other goal.
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