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East Midlands League
League leaders Rotherham Utd booked their place in the last sixteen of the League Cup with a 7-2 victory over Worksop Town. Bradie Wild hit a hat-trick along with doubles from Nat Shaw and Lucy Ridley, whilst Worksop replied through a double from Jasmine Saxton. Loughborough Students put their league form behind them to beat Thrapston Town 5-1, Meadow Barton scoring a hat-trick and Baileigh Cordice adding the other two. The only all-Premier Division tie to take place on Sunday went all the way to extra time, where Mansfield Town triumphed 1-0 over Oughtibridge WMSC with a solitary goal from Ellie Marshall. Demi-Leigh Crofts and Natasha Leach each bagged a hat-trick as Arnold Eagles defeated Ilkeston Town 6-1 but their local rivals did not fare so well, Arnold Town going down 2-0 to Sleaford Town who scored through Jessica Machin and Deborah Scorcher. Chesterfield meanwhile scored seven times without reply past Corby Town to progress to the last sixteen.
Eastern Region League
Peterborough Northern Star are the new leaders of the Premier Division following their 5-1 victory away to Haringey Borough. Leah Cudone led the scoring with a four-goal haul and Georgia Coulson was also on target. Northern Star head the table by a single point from Wroxham who defeated Colney Heath 5-0, courtesy of Lauren Bullard (2), Grace Birchall, Amber Rowland and an own goal. Royston Town joined the pack of teams just behind the top two as they scored eight times without reply past AFC Dunstable. Rebecca Vass led the scoring with a four-goal haul and she was joined on the scoresheet by Angharad Chambers, Emma Slater, Georgia Gannaway and Ellie Wilkerson.
Division One North leaders Cambridge City Development were beaten for the first time this season, 2-1 by AFC Sudbury for whom Rebecca Stephenson scored both goals. East Bergholt Utd therefore narrowed the gap on them to a single point after a Megan Partridge goal gave them the points against Needham Market. Histon are third after they also won 1-0 against Newmarket Town.
In Division One South, Millwall Lionesses are just two points off the pace after they defeated Lawford 10-3. Molly Hawkins hit a hat-trick along with doubles from Shannan Drewe and Ellis Lunn, with Ruby Snowden, Hannah Cheeseman and Samantha Middleton completing the scoring. Leigh Ramblers meanwhile won 2-0 against Wodson Park with Georgia Holdaway and Emily Diwell both on target.
King's Lynn Town were 3-0 winners over Division One South leaders Hutton in their League Cup group match, Rebecca Russell netting twice and Oksana Imanallijeva joining her on the scoresheet.
London & South East League
Dulwich Hamlet made a swift return to the top of the table after they defeated Ashford Town (Middx) 2-0. Sarah Milner and Lucy Monkman scored the goals for Dulwich who head the table on goal difference from Whyteleafe who were 4-2 winners over Denham Utd. Jess Lewry led the scoring with a hat-trick and Georgia Dunne was also on target. Sarah White netted both goals for Dartford as they battled out a 2-2 draw with Saltdean Utd, who replied through Naomi Robinson and Georgia Ungoed.
North East League
One match was played in the Premier Division on Sunday, and it saw leaders Wallsend Boys Club beaten for the first time this season, 3-1 by Harrogate Town. Rosie Gill, Sophie Tinson and Lindsey Whitton scored the goals for Harrogate, who move up to second place but are seven points behind their opponents, with Wallsend's consolation coming from Nicole McEvoy.
Sunderland West End have extended their lead at the top of the Northern Division to five points following their 8-5 win away to Norton & Stockton Ancients Res. Alex Ross led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Kay Mills added a brace and there was one apiece from Allison Ferris and Nicole O'Hara. Sacha Millward (2), Sian Williams, Kate McSorley and Mia Brannigan all scored for Norton but ended up on the losing side. Alnwick Town meanwhile raced to a 9-2 victory against Blyth Town, who suffered their first defeat of the season. Michelle Stewart was on target five times for Alnwick along with Caitiin Black (2), Emily Henderson and Jenny Patterson.
The only two teams in action in the Southern Division were the bottom two, with Hepworth Utd and Harrogate Railway looking to get off the mark for the season. It was Hepworth who ran out 6-2 winners with a goal each from Claire Berry, Jolene Forrest, Laura Hirst, Hannah Nicholl, Renata Feherova and Roseanna Quigg, with Emma Lansdall and Krista Shuttleworth replying.
North West League
Tranmere Rovers are continuing to stretch the pace in the Premier Division, going eight points clear at the top after winning 6-4 away to West Didsbury & Chorlton. Manchester Stingers remain in second place despite being held to a 2-2 draw by Wigan Athletic, they are narrowly ahead of FC United of Manchester who defeated Morecambe 2-1. At the other end of the table, Fleetwood Town Wrens are off the bottom following their 2-1 victory over Merseyrail Ladies.
In Division One North, Accrington Sports & Football Club moved to within a single point of leaders Penrith AFC after scoring six times without reply against Penwortham Town. Blackpool meanwhile defeated Leigh RMI 3-0 and this result moves them back into fourth.
There was a change of leadership in Division One South with Salford City Lionesses going to the top after scoring twelve times without reply past Burscough Dynamo. Didsbury Ladies meanwhile notched up their first victory in the league, 3-2 against Liverpool Feds Res.
South West League
League leaders Callington Town are through to the quarter finals of the Pat Sowden Cup after a Chloe Williams double and Dani Harper gave them a 3-0 victory away to Bideford. Middlezoy Rovers join them in the quarter finals as doubles from Ellie Orritt and Sarah Carling saw them to a 4-1 win at Torquay Utd.
The Bristol Soccerworld Cup made its return with the First Round matches and Northern Division leaders Frampton Rangers bowed out at the first hurdle, beaten 2-1 by Oldland Abbotonians. Vicky Mundy and Jade Scammell were on target as Oldland repeated their victory when the sides met in the league last month, whilst the home side's consolation came from Megan Jeffries. Zoe Hales meanwhile lobbed home the only goal of the game as Almondsbury won 1-0 at Cheltenham Town Development. Laverstock & Ford meanwhile defeated Swindon Supermarine on a penalty shootout after the teams had shared a 2-2 draw. Kelly Burton and Amy Sanger each scored for Laverstock, whilst Lani Dickinson netted a double in reply. Bristol Ladies Union enjoyed a much smoother passage as they defeated Chipping Sodbury Town 7-0. Hannah Price hitting a hat-trick along with Ellie Preece (2), Anna Fraser and Sophie Price. Plymouth Argyle Development and Feniton could not quite repeat their fourteen goal fest seven days previously but they had a good go - managing ten on this occasion! Steph Beck, Beth Everson and Lucy Solloway all scored twice, with Maisie Williams as Plymouth ran out 7-3 winners with Feniton's replies coming from Brittany Harris, Natalie Matthews and Nia Owen. Plympton Ladies also progressed with a 4-1 victory over St Agnes, Lucy Atkinson was on target twice along with Sam Metters and Emily Hollister.
One match was played in the Premier Division, Wootton Bassett Town winning 4-3 against Keynsham Town Development to move into second place. In a thrilling match, Lauren Kayll and Hayley Huckin each scored twice to give Bassett the edge although they needed to withstand a Keynsham fightback - Hannah Sims scoring a hat-trick but finishing up on the losing side.
In the Eastern Division, Swindon Town Development made it two wins on the trot as they edged out leaders Swindon Spitfires by the odd goal in seven. Abby Picton netted twice for Town along with Sophie Barrett and Natalie Goodright whilst the Spitfires replied through a goal apiece from Sophie Mitchell, Claire Moreton and Jasmine Payne.
Southern Region League
Ascot Utd have been beaten in all four of their league games so far this season but they out this behind them in the League Cup to win 1-0 away to Division One high fliers Abingdon Town, Charlotte Crook scoring the only goal of the game with two minutes remaining.
Abingdon Utd are only three points off the pace in the Premier Division following their 7-1 victory over Woodley Utd. Lauren May bagged a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Molly Lygo-Jackson, Beth Hawtin, Steph Carrick and Amy Pipe with Rosie Page-Smith replying.
In Division One, AFC Bournemouth CST Development find themselves in third place after a first half goal from Helen Corbin earned them a 1-0 victory over Bournemouth Sports.
West Midlands League
Redditch Utd have opened up a lead of three points in the Premier Division after they won 6-2 away to Coundon Court. Solihull Ladies Utd meanwhile join Crusaders in mid-table by winning their meeting 4-3. Jessica Jenkins was on target for Worcester City as they moved out of the bottom two when drawing 1-1 with third placed Stockingford AA Pavilion, whose goal came from Lianna Mudd.
One match was played in Division One North on Sunday and it saw Wyrley Ladies run out 5-0 winners over Sutton Coldfield Town Royals, to go four points clear at the top.
Stourbridge power on in Division One South and increased their lead to six points after an emphatic victory over Sedgley & Gornal Utd. Kidderminster Harriers climbed into second by beating Droitwich Spa 7-0, Dani Selmes leading the scoring with a four-goal haul along with Bailey-Raine Hodge (2) and Alex Nicklin. Elloise Russell netted twice and Aimee Higgins the other as Kingfisher climbed into the top four with a 3-2 victory over Coventry City, whose replies came via a Kaneshia Barker double.
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