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East Midlands League
Ollerton Town won the all-Premier Divisiom tie in the League Cup, 4-0 against Kettering Town. Shoniqua Barnes was on target twice along with Rachael Bell and Megan Howard. Lutterworth Athletic meanwhile scored eight times without reply past Lincoln Moorlands Railway, Rebecca Moloney and Emily Sowter both netted braces and they were joined on the scoresheet by Helen Lewis, Sammy Tetlow, Kyleigh Brant and Kayleigh Budd. Samantha Hargrave bagged a hat-trick for Oadby & Wigston as they defeated Cleethorpes Town 7-0, Freya Gardner added two and the tally was completed by Emma Aspinall and Lucy Phillips-Poole.
Rotherham Utd are continuing to set the pace in the Premier Division after they defeated Woodlands Ladies 5-2. Nat Shaw led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Claire Bratton-Kerr and Bradie Wild. Rotherham remain two points ahead of Peterborough Utd who won 4-2 against Northampton Town with a goal each from Laura Beckett, Kier Perkins, Megan Parrett and Donna McGuigan. Leicester City Ladies meanwhile claimed their first victory of the season, 1-0 away to Oughtibridge WMSC with Kerry Stapleton scoring the only goal of the game.
One match was played in Division One North, Chesterfield running out 4-0 winners over Grimsby Borough to move themselves into fourth place.
In Division One South, Derby County Community picked up their first points of the season when they defeated Loughborough Foxes Vixens 4-2. Millie Standen (2), Phoebe Roe and Juliet Hilton were on the scoresheet for Derby, with Emily Gunn and Katie Stone replying.
Eastern Region League
Wroxham have moved to the top of the Premier Division after they ran out 4-1 winners away to Bowers & Pitsea. Grace Birchall led the scoring with a hat-trick and Naomi Cooper was also on target. Harlow Town meanwhile leapt into second place after beating St Ives Town 9-1. Becky Shephard hit a hat-trick, Kaydee King weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Chloe Bassett, Bethany Chambers, Tayla Handscombe and Hannah Porter. Samaira Khan was on target for Colney Heath as they shared a 1-1 draw with Luton Town, who scored through Funmi Babalola. Mollie O'Callaghan scored a hat-trick along with Freya Symonds and Hannah Waters as Wymondham Town won 5-1 against AFC Dunstable whilst Bedford Ladies defeated Haringey Borough 9-1 courtesy of an Amy Magnus hat-trick, Setor Acolatse (2), Lauren Murray (2), Priya Bhatti and Maya Sidhu.
The League Cup continued on Sunday and Newmarket Town are the winners of Group A after they edged out East Bergholt Utd by the odd goal in seven, Annabel Cuthbert hitting a hat-trick and Chloe Slater adding the other. Millwall Lionesses have taken top spot in Group B, Shannan Drewe spearheading the scoring against Lawford with a five-goal haul. Thalia Boardman and Ruby Snowden each bagged hat-tricks, with doubles from Emily Stanley and Hannah Cheeseman, while Millie Connell, Ellis Lunn and Elissa Stonebrook completed the tally. Cambridge City Development meanwhile defeated AFC Sudbury 7-0 with Carla Penny on target four times along with Ellie Cullum (2) and Freya Standing. King's Lynn Town finish on top of Group D after Tiffany Forshaw and Jodie Hopkins-Duckhouse gave them a 2-0 win at Leigh Ramblers, whilst Hutton took second place as a Vicky Kinsman hat-trick, Claire Edmonson and an own goal saw them to a 5-1 success away to Histon.
London & South East League
It was an unfortunate day in the league on Sunday as two matches were forced to be abandoned because of serious injury. This included leaders Dulwich Hamlet's home game against Eastbourne Town which was cancelled after Sarah Milner and Saskia Philp had given Dulwich a 2-0 lead.
It was the same story in the League Cup, where a serious injury also meant that the Group A match between Whyteleafe and Saltdean Utd could not go on, with the scoreline level at 1-1 at the time. Meanwhile in Group B, Queen's Park Rangers made it three wins out of three when a Chloe Sampson double gave them a 2-1 victory over Fulham, who replied through Gemma Taylor. Rachel Keightley scored a late equaliser for Denham Utd in their 1-1 draw with Ashford Town (Middx), who had earlier taken the lead with a goal from Jo Wilson.
North East League
Harrogate Town made it three wins on the trot with a 3-1 success away to York City in the only match played in the Premier Division. Laura Midgley scored for York but a Lindsey Whitton double and Holly Smith ensured that Harrogate narrowed the gap on leaders Wallsend Boys Club to four points.
In the Northern Division, the only game to go ahead saw Sunderland West End win their top of the table clash 5-0 against Boro Rangers, which extended their lead to eight points. Alex Ross netting two of the goals along with Kay Mills, Jade Murray and Nicole O'Hara.
North West League
League leaders Tranmere Rovers were not in action on Sunday and their advantage has been trimmed to six points by FC United of Manchester, who won 3-0 away to Mossley Hill. Morecambe meanwhile defeated Fleetwood Town Wrens 2-1 to go third, narrowly ahead of Manchester Stingers who were held to a 1-1 draw by Merseyrail Ladies, for whom the point was their first of the season. Crewe Alexandra came away from Sir Tom Finney with a 4-2 win under their belts, to maintain their own unbeaten record.
Accrington Sports & Football Club have taken over at the top of Division One North after scoring eight times without reply past Preston North End. Previous leaders Penrith AFC went down to their first defeat of the season, beaten 1-0 by Blackburn Community who made it four wins out of four. Workington Reds have climbed up to third after running out 4-1 winners over Morecambe Res, whilst Leigh RMI defeated Carlisle Utd by the same scoreline.
Salford City Lionesses' 6-2 victory against Chester FC Ladies has seen them open up a lead of four points at the top of Division One South. Didsbury Ladies have a number of games in hand but have kept themselves in touch with the leading teams after beating Liverpool Feds Res 6-1.
South West League
Wootton Bassett Town are continuing to close the gap on Premier Division leaders Callington Town and are just three points behind following their 2-1 victory over Bideford. Lauren Kayll and Hayley Huckin scored the goals for Bassett, with Katelyn McKane replying. Ilminster Town were beaten for the first time, 2-1 by local rivals Middlezoy Rovers who scored through Ellie Orritt and Megan Hill, after Charlotte Pettinger had given Ilminster a first half lead. Bishop's Lydeard have climbed into the top three after scoring ten times without reply past Torquay Utd. Amber Guy-Kemp led the scoring with a five-goal haul, Holly Miller weighed in with a hat-trick and the total was completed by Caitlin Berry and Hannah Delbridge.
The Northern Division saw a quite remarkable scoring feat on Sunday, in Bristol Ladies Union's 3-0 victory over Cheltenham Town Development. Triplets Hannah, Madison and Sophie Price all scored a goal apiece to give Union a result which avenged their defeat to Cheltenham last month and kept them nicely placed just behind the leading sides in the division. Those include second placed Oldland Abbotonians who moved to within a single point of leaders Frampton Rangers after Beth Dale (2), Anneka Hawkins-Hoare, Karen Jones and an own goal earned them a 5-1 win away to Weston-super-Mare.
Swindon Town Development have made it three wins out of three in the Eastern Division, this time beating Laverstock & Ford 6-2. Abby Picton netted twice and there was one apiece from Sophie Barrett, Natalie Goodright, Ria Salleh and Wendy Lacey. .
One match was played in the Western Division but it resulted in a change of leadership, Alphington taking over at the top after battling out a 1-1 draw with Bude Town. Sarah Badham netted Bude's goal, whilst Helen Kukor was on target for the Alphas.
Sherborne Town are through to the Second Round of the Bristol Soccerworld Cup after winning 2-1 away to Frome Town. Jemma Tewkeskbury netted both goals for Sherborne, with Frome's consolation coming from Laura Didymus.
Southern Region League
Last season's beaten League Cup finalists Moneyfields are through to the Second Round of this season's competition after they won 5-1 away to Southampton Women Res. Krystal Whyte, Sophie Kingsley-Cabell, Paige Seeley, Brittany Jeal and Kim Whitcombe were all on target for the Moneys. Abingdon Utd edged past Wycombe Wanderers on a penalty shootout after the teams had shared a 1-1 draw, Sam Jackson giving Wycombe the lead and Amy Pipe equalising early in the second half. Charlie Snelling (2), Libby O'Dell (2), Charlotte Warhurst and Francesca Thornton accounted for the goals as Winchester City Flyers defeated Warsash Wasps 5-1 whilst Oxford City netted eleven times without reply past Tilehurst Panthers. Edie Stilwell-Garrett bagged a hat-trick along with doubles from Danielle Anderson and Georgia Hayes, and singles by Rachael Mariam, Nicole Miles, Tina Higgs and an own goal.
One match was played in the Premier Division on Sunday, Ascot Utd getting themselves off the mark for the season by beating Woodley Utd 6-4. Emma Hutton netted a brace and she was joined on the scoresheet by Lauren Broadhurst, Jennifer Thraves, Hannah Evans and Katie Vince.
In Division One, Abingdon Town made up ground on the top two with a 2-0 victory away to Bournemouth Sports. Zoe Barnes gave Abingdon the lead on the half hour, with Charlotte Comley adding the second before the end.
West Midlands League
Whilst second placed Leek Town were on FA Cup duty, Redditch Utd took the chance to double their lead at the top of the Premier Division to six points with a 5-3 victory over Coventry Sphinx. Nieve Newman netted a brace and there was one apiece from Jade Guppy, Lyndsey Ross-Baker and Ellie Gerhold. Stockingford AA Pavilion lost a little ground as they were beaten 1-0 by Sutton Coldfield Town, whose season is starting to gather momentum, thanks to a late winner from Niamh Deasy. Crusaders replace Kidsgrove Athletic in fourth after winning their meeting 3-2 whilst a Hayley Wilford hat-trick and Anna Robinson saw Solihull Ladies Utd narrowly beat Coundon Court 4-3. Lauren D'oyen-Fitchett, Jessica Jenkins, Millie Meadows, Becky Evans and Emily Young were all on target as Worcester City ran out 5-0 winners over Knowle.
In Division One North, AFC Telford Utd narrowed the gap on leaders Wyrley Ladies to two points when Jaime Duggan and Jemma Smith gave them a 2-1 victory over Stoke City Development. Shrewsbury Town follow on after they won 4-1 away to Port Vale.
Cookley Sports kept up the chase on Division One South table toppers Stourbridge by beating Rugby Town 5-0, to close the gap on the teams to three points. Rea Marsh bagged a brace with Tiani Forsyth, Caitlyn Walton and Grace Rudd adding the others. Grace Tebbutt netted both goals as Coventry City defeated Leamington Lions 2-1 whilst Rosie Jones (2) and Abigail Wilson were the markswomen for Droitwich Spa in their 3-1 victory over Kingfisher.
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