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East Midlands League
League leaders Peterborough Utd are through to the quarter finals of the League Cup after beating holders Northampton Town 5-1. Hannah Pendred netted twice for the Posh Ladies along with Kier Perkins, Megan Parrett and Amy Challis. Mansfield Town also progressed as a Chloe Foster double and Monica Bowley gave them a 3-2 victory over Arnold Eagles. Chesterfield were the only lower division team to oust a Premier Division side when they defeated Leicester City 5-0, thanks to a Paige Singleton hat-trick, Courtney Caunt and Samantha Stokes. Woodlands Ladies are producing their best form in the Cup competitions so far and this continued with a 5-0 win against Hykeham Town in which Chelsie Tebble (2), Jemma Wheatley, Emily Foss and Abbie Taylor were on target. Meadow Barton was on target four times for Loughborough Students in their 6-1 victory over Oadby & Wigston, Larissa Mellor and Nnola Oyeka adding the others, and Ollerton Town beat Sleaford Town with strikes from Holly Cox (2), Rachael Bell and Megan Howard.
Arnold Town claimed a Premier Division scalp in the League Plate when they defeated Kettering Town 4-2 with Georgie Boyce, Megan Harlow, Stacey Pearce and Maria Wayne all on the scoresheet. Also through are Oughtibridge WMSC who scored seven times without reply past Worksop Town, Laura Cain hitting a hat-trick along with Kathryn Mudge (2), Hannah Wright and Chelsea Wall. Hayley Brown and Millie Huckle accounted for the goals as Ilkeston Town won 2-0 against Lincoln Moorlands Railway.
Eastern Region League
Harlow Town now head the Premier Division by nine points following their 10-2 victory against Haringey Borough. Becky Shephard led the scoring with a hat-trick, Beth Chambers and Abbey Dell each bagged braces and there was one apiece from Frances Gamble, Kaydee King and Georgia Box. Jessica Driscoll hit a hat-trick along with Leah Cudone, Chanade Henderson and Emma Pollard as Peterborough Northern Star won 6-2 at Wymondham Town to go second, ahead of Royston Town who were beaten 1-0 by Bedford Ladies, Maya Sidhu grabbing the only goal of the game. Luton Town kept themselves in touch by winning 3-0 away to Bowers & Pitsea, Rebecca Wilson-Kane netting twice and Erica Byron adding the other.
In Division One North, second placed East Bergholt Utd were held to a goalless draw by Newmarket Town whilst King's Lynn Town won 5-3 at Needham Market. Emma Corbyn netted twice for King's Lynn along with Lily Porter, Deva Rawlings and Rebecca Russell. Olivia Gunn, Rebecca Stephenson and Amy Thompson scored the goals as AFC Sudbury edged out Gorleston 3-2.
Leigh Ramblers moved themselves to within two points of the leadership by winning 5-1 against Stevenage Women Development, who they replace in third place. Rebecca Delgarno was on target twice, with Georgia Holdaway, Kate Newton and Lucy Dalgarno adding the other goals.
One match was played in the League Cup on Sunday, Shannah Drewe scoring the only goal of the game as Millwall Lionesses won 1-0 away to Cambridge City Development.
London & South East League
Dulwich Hamlet inflicted a first defeat of the season on Queen's Park Rangers and the 2-0 result sees them replace Rangers as league leaders. Ella Bonner and Ana De Pellegrin supplied the goals which see Dulwich go two points ahead of their opponents. Whyteleafe continue to follow on in third after beating Eastbourne Town 5-2 with goals from Jessica Lewry (2), Suzanne Davies, Chloe McNee and Amy Reader. Ashley Cheatley had another good day in front of goal, scoring four times in total as Ashford Town (Middx) ran out 6-1 winners over Aylesford. Alissa Down and Laura Huse added the other goals, with Beth Hulme replying. Rebecca Jefferies (2) and Katie Foster were on target as Fulham won 3-2 at Dartford to leapfrog them in the table and Denham Utd defeated Saltdean Utd by the same scoreline, thanks to strikes from Kayleigh Currivan, Emma Kern and Lauren Cox.
North East League
Harrogate Town have taken over as the new leaders of the Premier Division following their 2-1 win away to Ossett Utd on Sunday. Grace Foyer netted both goals for Harrogate, with Yasmin Ayub replying. Dee Swales and Rachael White were on the scoresheet as Farsley Celtic won 2-1 at Redcar Town to go up to third.
Sunderland West End returned to action with a victory in the Northern Division, their 8-1 success at Lumley Ladies taking them eight points clear at the top. Emma Banks, Allison Ferris and Kay Mills all netted twice, with Amy Lynn and Nicole O'Hara adding the others. Second placed Boro Rangers were beaten 3-2 by Chester-le-Street Town Development, who scored through Victoria Curtis, Kimberley Wild and Katie Ellwood. Bianca Owens netted a hat-trick and Sacha Millward weighed in with the other two goals as Norton & Stockton Ancients Res climbed into the top three on the back of a 5-3 success away to Consett Ladies.
Southern Division leaders Bridlington Rovers have edged a point ahead following their 4-4 draw against Hepworth Utd. Jade Newlove (2), Amy Ward and Skie Wyatt scored the goals for Bridlington, with Hepworth responding through Laura Hirst, Sophie Walsh, Lucy Pickles and Renata Feherova. York RI are up into third after they defeated Harrogate Railway 4-1, Jodie Langstaff netting twice along with Tamryn Dunlop and Kerry Playle.
North West League
League leaders Tranmere Rovers did not play last Sunday and the two teams immediately below them were able to catch up ground. FC United of Manchester defeated Manchester Stingers 2-0 and have narrowed the gap on Tranmere to three points, with Crewe Alexandra a further five points adrift after they won 4-1 against Wigan Athletic. Fleetwood Town Wrens meanwhile notched up their fourth win in five matches, 2-0 against West Didsbury & Chorlton.
In Division One North, Accrington Sports & Football Club ran out 6-0 winners over local rivals Accrington Stanley and are one point behind leaders Penrith AFC, who did not play. Blackburn Community meanwhile made it seven wins on the trot when beating Morecambe Res 3-0 and they remain third, just ahead of Blackpool who won 6-1 against Workington Reds. Penwortham Town meanwhile moved themselves closer towards mid-table with a 2-1 success away to Leigh RMI.
Salford City Lionesses have powered further clear in Division One South, their 3-1 victory away to Northwich Vixens taking them ten points clear. Warrington Wolverines ran out 4-1 winners at Liverpool Feds Res and have climbed into third, ahead of Chester FC Ladies who were beaten 2-0 by Altrincham. In the other game, Didsbury Ladies defeated West Kirby 5-1 to leapfrog them in the table and move into the top half.
South West League
With the top two not playing on Sunday, Ilminster Town close the gap in third place with a 3-1 win against Bishop's Lydeard. Colette Martin, Sarah Miller and Abigail Carslake all netted a goal apiece, with Caitlin Berry replying. Portishead Town continued their charge up the table by winning 3-0 away to Middlezoy Rovers, courtesy of an Emily Lindsey hat-trick. Defenders Lucy Bidgood and Kiera Minall scored the goals for Keynsham Town Development as they shared a 2-2 draw with Bideford, whose replies came from Tracey Cross and Beth Ellis.
Cheltenham Town Development were unable to take an opportunity to go top of the Northern Division as they were beaten 4-2 by Almondsbury, who are now two points behind them in third place. Samantha Kodola netted twice for 'Bury along with Natasha Bevan and Maddie Wood, with Hannah Galpin and Jessica Wadey replying for the home side. Bristol Ladies Union kept themselves well in contention by scoring eight times without reply past Weston Mendip, Ellie Preece leading the scoring with a hat-trick. Henna Butcher and Hannah Price each scored twice and Madison Price was also on target. Laura Curnock (2), Ashley Taylor and Sophie Kelly accounted for the goals for Chipping Sodbury Town in their 4-1 victory over AEK Boco, whose consolation came from Sasha Ferris.
In the Eastern Division, Frome Town are back in second place after they were beaten 2-0 by Pen Mill. Sarah Davis-Bates and Catherine Pinkawa netted the goals to give Pen Mill their first win of the season whilst Frome have conceded the leadership to Swindon Spitfires, who won 5-1 away to Forest Green Rovers. Sophie Mitchell hit a hat-trick for the new leaders, whose other goals came from Claire Moreton and Jasmine Payne with Kacie Anderson replying. Swindon Town Development are a single point off the pace after Milly Colford (2) and Abby Picton fired them to a 3-1 success at Swindon Supermarine, whose consolation came from Lani Dickinson.
Nicola Champion was on target four times as Plymouth Argyle Development opened up a lead of three points in the Western Division by beating Exeter & Tedburn Rangers 8-0. Hannah Brock weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Beth Cowd and Dee Newman. St Agnes kept up their good run of form with a 4-1 victory away to Alphington, thanks to a LB Medcalf double, Sophie Buchanan and Karen Marsden.
Weston-super-Mare are through to the quarter finals of the Bristol Soccerworld Cup after they narrowly defeated Downend Flyers 3-2. Ashleigh Richards scored twice and Kira Horsley the other as Weston raced into a three-goal lead during the first half, before Downend hit back with goals after the break from Rose-Marie Cronin and Harriet Giles but they could not quite get back on level terms.
Southern Region League
AFC Bournemouth CST have gone six points clear at the top of the Premier Division following their 6-1 win away to Ascot Utd. Rebecca Miles hit a hat-trick and Rachel Anderson a brace, with Rosie Eden also on the scoresheet. Wycombe Wanderers and Abingdon Utd meanwhile shared a 1-1 draw, goals coming from Chante Inniss and Karima Elouath respectively. Warsash Wasps meanwhile won for the first time, 5-3 against Newbury Ladies thanks to Hannah Chaffey (2), Nicole Keen, Kirsty Boyce and Danielle Cheyney.
Abbey Rangers stretched their lead to three points in Division One as they scored eight times without reply past Alton Ladies. Rachel Johnson bagged a hat-trick, Laura Hobbs and Isobel Saunders each scored twice and Rebecca Burtenshaw was also on target. Eastleigh returned into second place by winning 2-0 at AFC Bournemouth CST Development thanks to a double from Catherine Browning. Bournemouth Sports meanwhile defeated New Milton Town 7-1, Hollie Shaw netting twice along with Abi Lander, Sarah Plummer, Stacey Lewis, Lauren Brewer and Holly Sandiford.
West Midlands League
League leaders Redditch Utd have progressed in the Premier Division League Cup after they won 4-1 away to Coundon Court, Katie Ross-Baker hitting a hat-trick and Shona Baldwin adding the other. Crusaders beat Knowle 2-1 and Coventry Sphinx ran out 4-0 winners away to Lye Town.
Stoke City Development are in the quarter finals of the Division One North League Cup following their 4-1 victory over Wyrley Ladies.
Likewise in the Division One South League Cup, Droitwich Spa booked their place in the last eight when Linzi Evans and Abigail Wilson gave them a 2-0 victory at Sedgley & Gornal Utd.
In Division One North, Shifnal Town made up ground on the leading teams as they ran out 9-1 winners away to Sutton Coldfield Town Royals. Rebecca-Lee Bown led the scoring with a hat-trick, Jenna Boddison and Kayleigh Harrison adding two apiece and Savannah Howes and Danni Smith also on target.
Stourbridge made it a perfect ten in Division One South, the runaway leaders making it ten straight wins when beating Rugby Town 5-0. Kidderminster Harriers are up into second after their 3-0 victory over Cookley Sports in which Dani Selmes (2) and Kirsty Roberts were on the scoresheet. Kingfisher meanwhile scored eight times without reply past Leamington Lions.
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