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East Midlands League
One match has been played in the Premier Division and that took place on Wednesday night, Mansfield Town lifting themselves into fourth place in the table with a 4-2 victory over Loughborough Students thanks to doubles from Chloe Foster and Nikki Flood.
Arnold Eagles have moved up to mid-table in Division One North after scoring five times without reply past Lincoln Moorlands Railway. Natasha Leach hit a hat-trick in the opening half hour and they went on to add further goals after the break through Mollie Rowden and Demi-Leigh Crofts.
Division One South leaders Beaumont Park were dealt a blow as they were beaten for the first time this season, 5-4 by third placed Oadby & Wigston. Samantha Hargrave netted twice along with Freya Gardner, Yasmin Hilton and Sophie Tew to secure the points for Oadby, who had trailed 3-1 at the interval. Kayleigh Needham meanwhile hit a hat-trick but ended up on the losing side, with Beaumont's other goal came from Danielle Tannahill.
Eastern Region League
In the only match to take place in the Premier Division on Sunday, league leaders Harlow Town opened up a three point advantage as they won 3-2 away to Bowers & Pitsea. Becky Shephard netted twice and Frances Gamble added the other for Harlow, with the home side replying through Sophie Dowman and Ebony Moore.
Newmarket Town are in the top three of Division One North after a six-goal victory at AFC Sudbury. Annabel Cuthbert led the scoring with a four-goal haul, whilst Beth Woodfield and Chloe Slater accounted for the others.
North West League
The top of the table clash in the Premier Division ended with honours even as Tranmere Rovers and FC United of Manchester battled out a 1-1 draw. This means that Tranmere remain six points clear at the top, but having played four games more. Manchester Stingers were held to a 2-2 draw by Mossley Hill but the point was enough to take them into third, ahead of Morecambe who crashed to a 4-1 defeat at the hands of improving Merseyrail Ladies. All of the top five were in action on Sunday but none of them recorded a victory, including Crewe Alexandra who were beaten for the first time, 3-1 by West Didsbury & Chorlton.
Penrith AFC got back to winning ways in Division One North, notching up a 3-1 success against Carlisle Utd and this means they narrow the gap on leaders Accrington Sports & Football Club to two points. Morecambe Res had better fortunes than their first team as they won for the first time, 4-1 against Leigh RMI and this result moves them off the bottom.
Salford City Lionesses continued their good run of form with a 5-2 victory against Didsbury Ladies and this has seen them increase their lead to seven points. Curzon Ashton meanwhile won 4-1 away to Warrington Wolverines and this result means they replace their opponents in second.
South West League
The top two in the Premier Division were not in action on Sunday and third placed Bishop's Lydeard were unable to make up ground on them as they were beaten 3-1 by Bideford. Rebecca McMullin netted twice and Beth Ellis the other for the Devon side, with Lydeard's consolation coming from Holly Miller. Middlezoy Rovers leapfrogged Keynsham Town Development and up into fourth after beating them 2-0 with goals from Nicole Brown and Lucy Brown. Following their FA Cup heroics, Portishead Town were in league action for only the second time this season and drew 1-1 with Ilminster Town. Ruby Webber was on target for Portishead, with Ilminster replying through Abigail Carslake.
One match was played in the Northern Division, Weston Mendip going into mid-table with a 4-1 victory away to AEK Boco. Amy Clark (2), Natasha Crew and Katie Sharkey were Mendip's markswomen, with Boco's consolation coming from Eloise Nicholas.
Eastern Division leaders Frome Town have gone three points clear following their 5-1 success away to Forest Green Rovers. Freya Mist was on target twice for Frome along with Enna Christmas, Ella McGregor and Emily Petteford, with Sian Towler replying. Swindon Town Development continue to march up the table and are third after they defeated Pen Mill 4-2. Zoe Ridley bagged a hat-trick and Wendy Lacey added the other, with Letisha Templer scoring twice for Pen Mill. Rachel Adkin and Sheridan Palk netted the goals as Laverstock & Ford won 2-1 away to Trowbridge Town, whose consolation came from Mia Blazey.
Southern Region League
Only one match was played in the league on Sunday and this took place in Division One. AFC Bournemouth CST Development moved back into third place in the table after they defeated Tilehurst Panthers 3-1. Helen Corbin netted a goal in each half for the Cherries and Larissa White was also on target, with Georgia Haswell replying.
West Midlands League
The solitary game in the league over the weekend was in Division One North, where Shrewsbury Town won 3-0 away to Sutton Coldfield Town Royals to lift themselves into third place in the table, a single point behind leaders AFC Telford Utd.
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