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East Midlands League
Peterborough Utd are the new leaders of the Premier Division following their 4-1 victory away to Leicester City Ladies. Megan Parrett was on target twice along with Kier Perkins and Laura Beckett, with Gemma Ball replying. Oughtibridge WMSC won 5-0 at Loughborough Students and are four points off the pace, Laura Cain, Codi Melia, Kathryn Mudge and Chelsea Wall all netted one apiece along with an own goal. Holly Cox, Lucy Hamilton and Tia Jackson accounted for the goals as Ollerton Town beat Mansfield Town 3-1 to go fourth.
Hykeham Town have gone five points clear at the top of Division One North after they defeated Chesterfield 4-3. Both sides went into the game with 100% records but it was doubles from Amie Barnes-Ford and Lauren Churcher which earned Hykeham the points, with the Spireites' replies coming from Kelly Fidler, Rebecca Bryan and Robyn Henton. Second placed Notts County Development went down to their first defeat, 2-0 at the hands of Arnold Town for whom Jodie Ellis netted both goals. Natasha Leach scored four and Demi-Leigh Crofts added the other two as Arnold Eagles won for the first time, 6-2 against Sleaford Town.
One match was played in Division One South, Loughborough Foxes Vixens recording their first league victory of the season when they defeated Thrapston Town 3-1.
In the League Cup, Northampton Town progressed with a 4-2 extra time victory over Rise Park. Mollie Marshall and Abbie Reboul netted during the extra period to add to earlier strikes from Emma Billenness and Francesca Speck, with Jessica Parker and Jessica Waplington replying.
Eastern Region League
Harlow Town are the new leaders of the Premier Division after edging out Wymondham Town by the odd goal in seven. Becky Shepherd (2), Chloe Bassett and Frances Gamble were the markswomen for Harlow, with Wymondham responding through Jacqueline Ball, Katie Knights and Laura Nicholls. Wroxham had started the day on top but they were held to a 2-2 draw by Bedford Ladies. Grace Birchall and Kirstie Kindred were on target for Wroxham, whilst Bedford's replies came from Amy Magnus and Shianne Swarres. Colney Heath are third after running out 6-1 winners at AFC Dunstable, Samaira Khan hitting a hat-trick along with Lucy Hancock (2) and Rianne Townsend-Brown. Joanne Rutherford netted twice, with one apiece from Danielle Carty and Emma Slater for Royston Town in their 4-1 victory over Haringey Borough.
Cambridge City Development have extended their lead in Division One North to four points with a 2-1 success at Newmarket Town, Ellie Cullum and Isabella Simmons scoring their goals. Amber Sparkes (2) and Lois Balfour were the markswomen for Needham Market in their 3-1 victory over AFC Sudbury.
The top two did not play in Division One South and this allowed Stevenage Women Development to close the gap on them with a 4-0 victory at Wodson Park, earned by a goal apiece from Sofia Carpenter, Hannah Marshall, Emily Schofield and Katherine Taylor. Daisy Canny was on target for Lawford as they picked up their first point of the season from a 1-1 draw with Leigh Ramblers, who scored through Georgia Holdaway.
London & South East League
League leaders Dulwich Hamlet were not in action on Sunday and their advantage has been trimmed to two points by Queen's Park Rangers, who made it five wins out of five when beating Dartford 2-1. Amelia Cutler and Jennifer Moore scored the goals for Rangers, with Rachel Stevens replying. Ashley Cheatley netted a brace as Ashford Town (Middx) won 2-1 at Denham Utd, a result which takes them into the top four. Katie Foster was on target for their Fulham in their 1-1 draw with Saltdean Utd, whose reply came from Billie Phillpot, whilst Hannah Tyler and Alex Witham scored the goals as Aylesford won for the first time, 2-1 against Eastbourne Town.
North East League
Wallsend Boys Club stay at the top of the Premier Division despite going down to an 8-2 defeat at the hands of Hartlepool Utd. Caitlin Bates and Robyn Foster each scored twice along with Robyn Ingram, Justine Robinson, Ellie Gutcher and Lucy Hammond-Garrington. Wallsend's lead has been cut to a single point by Harrogate Town who notched up their fourth win in a row when scoring eight times without reply past York City. Sophie Tinson bagged a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Rosie Gill, Lindsey Whitton, Emily Crispin, Rebecca Davies and Beth Jennings. Kenzie Parkes scored a hat-trick as Redcar Town defeated South Shields 3-1 and Ossett Utd won for the first time, 8-0 against Tynedale thanks to goals from Emma Lee (2), Danielle Sidebottom (2), Jordane Allison (2), Alayna Millard and Chelsea Schofield.
The top two in the Northern Division did not play and this allowed the chasing teams a chance to close the gap on them. Lumley Ladies climbed into third on the back of a 4-1 success away to Consett Ladies, Jennifer Ashton hitting a hat-trick and Sarah Hutchieson adding the other. Blyth Town follow on after scoring five times without reply past Prudhoe Town, courtesy of a Kati Donnelly hat-trick. Amber Wilson and Megan Tighe.
In the Southern Division, Sheffield Wednesday beat Hepworth Utd 5-0 but it was not quite enough to see them replace Bridlington Rovers at the top of the table. Jessica Morrison led the scoring for Wednesday with a four-goal haul and Molly Corke was also on target. Wakefield Trinity continue to climb the table and are in third following their 8-3 victory over Harrogate Railway. Emily Heckler bagged a five-goal haul, Rachel Stuart weighed in with a brace and Danielle Biglin completed the scoring. York RI also had a good day in front of goal, running out 7-3 winners against Bradford Park Avenue.
North West League
Tranmere Rovers are continuing to stretch the pace at the top of the Premier Division, staying six points clear after they won 2-1 against West Didsbury & Chorlton. FC United of Manchester are also keeping up the chase in second, making it five straight wins when beating Sir Tom Finney 5-0. Fleetwood Town Wrens kept up their recent improvement in form with a 4-1 victory over Mossley Hill, which takes them into mid-table, whilst Merseyrail Ladies won for the first time, 2-0 away to Wigan Athletic.
Accrington Sports & Football Club have quickly extended their Division One North lead to five points with a 5-2 victory against Workington Reds. Former leaders Penrith AFC went down to their second defeat in successive matches, 3-2 to Blackpool. Blackburn Community meanwhile maintained their 100% record by beating Penwortham Town 8-0, moving up to third in the process, Leigh RMI made it two wins on the trot when defeating Accrington Stanley 3-1 and Carlisle Utd got off the mark at the seventh attempt, winning 5-1 against Morecambe Res.
The top of the table clash in Division One South went the way of Salford City Lionesses, who stretched their lead to six points after beating Curzon Ashton 3-2. Warrington Wolverines replaced Curzon in second place by drawing 2-2 with Chester FC Ladies and they are still the division's last remaining unbeaten team, albeit having drawn four times. Altrincham meanwhile played only their third match and recorded their first win, 4-2 against Wythenshawe Amateurs.
South West League
Wootton Bassett Town have caught Premier Division leaders Callington Town after their 3-0 victory away to Bideford on Sunday. All three goals came in the first half, Laura Jefferies giving Bassett a third minute lead before they added further goals through Lauren Kayll and Hayley Huckin. Bishop's Lydeard follow on in third, they defeated Torquay Utd 5-0 thanks to an Amber Guy-Kemp brace, Nicola Brown, Holly Miller and Emily Crook. The points were shared as Keynsham Town Development and Marine Academy Plymouth battled out an entertaining 2-2 draw, Emily Plummer and Libby Sims netting Keynsham's goals with Amber Hadrill and Megan Seymour replying.
Frampton Rangers have doubled their lead at the top of the Northern Division to two points after their meeting with third placed Cheltenham Town Development finished goalless. Chipping Sodbury Town meanwhile defeated Weston-super-Mare 4-2, Lydia Britt netting twice along with Laura Curnock and Ashley Taylor, with Desni Darch and Kira Horsley on target for Weston.
Frome Town were unable to regain the leadership of the Eastern Division when they were held to a 1-1 draw by Trowbridge Town. Maisie Harris was on target for Frome, with Trowbridge replying through Megan Fear. Swindon Town Development meanwhile claimed their fourth successive victory, 3-1 away to Laverstock & Ford thanks to Sophie Barrett, Meghan Larkin and Helena Diaz-Butcher.
In the Western Division, Feniton remain in third place after going down to a 2-1 defeat by St Agnes, who have moved level on points with them. Mollie Dring netted both of St Agnes' goals, with Feniton's consolation coming from Sally Ames.
The last two remaining Bristol Soccerworld Cup First Round ties were played on Sunday, with two former winners progressing to the next round. Second half goals from Fay Poole and Annabel Bean earned Downend Flyers a 2-0 victory over AEK Boco and Alphington were 5-1 winners away to Exeter & Tedburn Rangers, Jodie Smith and Catherine Wright each scoring twice with Nadine Kelly adding the other.
Southern Region League
Moneyfields are the new leaders of the Premier Division after a Sophie Kingsley-Cabell goal gave them a 1-0 victory over Abingdon Utd. A win would have taken Newbury Ladies back to the top of the table but instead they went down to their first defeat, 3-2 to Winchester City Flyers for whom Francesca Thornton (2) and Charlotte Warhurst were on target. Danielle Anderson, Steph Mobbs, Tiana Russell-Cartwright, Ellie White and Georgia Hayes were the markswomen for Oxford City as they ran out 5-1 winners at Ascot Utd and Woodley Utd defeated Warsash Wasps 6-1, Rosie Page-Smith scoring twice along with Mollie Haines, Freya Jenkins, Rebecca Gooch and Ellen Surtees.
Eastleigh have gone top of Division One following an emphatic victory against Alton Ladies. Samantha Hide and Catherine Browning netted five and four times respectively with Leah Shave, Nicola Beeton and Natasha Konczak adding the others. The other scorelines in the division had a very familiar look about them, including second placed Abbey Rangers who drew 1-1 with Bournemouth Sports. Laura Hobbs scored for Abbey in reply to a goal from Sarah Plummer, whilst Sara Comley was on target for Abbey Rangers in their 1-1 draw against Wycombe Wanderers Development who scored through Chloe Ball. Mia Inglis netted Southampton Women Res' as their match with Tilehurst Panthers also finished level at 1-1, Deanna Cane replied for Tilehurst.
AFC Bournemouth CST eased through in the League Cup with an eleven-goal blast against New Milton Town. Hannah Bennett, Meg Vella and Rebecca Miles all bagged hat-tricks and they were joined on the scoresheet by Rosie Eden, who netted a brace.
West Midlands League
Redditch Utd further extended their lead to eight points as a Jade Guppy double, Ellie Gerhold and Katie Ross-Baker gave them a 4-0 win away to Crusaders. Kidsgrove Athletic moved into second with a 2-0 success at Knowle, Britney Tatton and Holly Fowell scoring their goals. Lois Jefferies was on target for Coundon Court as they shared a 1-1 draw with Stockingford AA Pavilion, who scored through Kaileigh Pahnke. Sutton Coldfield Town continue to climb the table, Niamh Deasy netting twice in their 4-1 victory at Worcester City with Alison Forbes and Imogen Fisher adding the others.
AFC Telford Utd have gone to the top of Division One North after Charlotte Budd, Hannah Canning, Danniella Garrett and Jorgie Pendrous all scored in their 4-0 win away to Sutton Coldfield Town Royals. Solihull Sporting are two points off the pace in third after they defeated Port Vale 2-0 with goals from Naomi Melbourne and Jodie Tomlinson.
Stourbridge restored their lead of six points in Division One South with a 2-0 victory over second placed Cookley Sports. Rugby Town meanwhile notched up their second win of the season, 2-0 against Coventry City thanks to Megan Bliss and Andie Coupland.
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