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East Midlands League
Rotherham Utd replaced Mansfield Town in second place in the table after winning their meeting 5-1. Lucy Ridley netted two of the goals, with Libby Hallam, Bradie Wild and Jemma White adding the others for Rotherham who now trail league leaders Peterborough Utd by thirteen points but have three games in hand. Oughtibridge WMSC meanwhile kept their top two hopes alive by beating Rise Park 3-0, thanks to a hat-trick from Laura Cain. Elizabeth White went one better for Loughborough Students as she scored four times in their 8-3 victory against Leicester City Ladies. Meadow Barton, Fatima Husein, Rebecca Snelling and Ellie Clarke weighed in with the other goals, with Beth Roberts (2) and Sofia Aragosa on target for Leicester.
Worksop Town picked up a 2-0 victory over Notts County Development which lifts them up into fourth place in Division One North. Lucy Edwards and Leah Hardy scored the goals that take Worksop into their highest position of the season to date. Grimsby Borough had previously occupied that position but were beaten 3-1 by Sleaford Town, for whom Beth Wilson netted twice and Ashleigh Eggington the other.
The only match in Division One South produced something of a surprise result, as Loughborough Foxes Vixens won 5-4 against second placed Ilkeston Town. Jessica Waldrum scored a hat-trick for Loughborough along with Frederika Masele Ntumba and Katie Stone, whilst Ilkeston's replies came from a Hayley Brown double, Georgina Shaw and Georgina Williams.
Thrapston Town went through to the last four of the League Plate after running out 6-1 winners over Cleethorpes Town, whose consolation goal came from Gemma Capes.
North East League
Accrington Sports & Football Club moved themselves to within one point of Division One North leaders Penrith AFC after they won 5-0 away to Morecambe Res. Blackpool meanwhile kept their hopes alive with a 6-1 success at Penwortham Town.
One match survived the weather in Division One South and it saw Chester FC Women hold on to third place by drawing 3-3 with Warrington Wolverines, who stay one place and two points behind them.
Liverpool Feds Res booked their place in the quarter finals of the Argyle Sports Cup with a surprise 3-1 victory over Division One North title challengers Blackburn Community, after extra time.
South West League
Only one game throughout the league went ahead on the weekend, in the Premier Division where Marine Academy Plymouth took themselves out of the bottom two with a 6-1 victory over Middlezoy Rovers. Hana Bennett and Olivia Ramsey each netted twice along with Sam Drewery and Rachael Poole, whilst Middlezoy's consolation came from Georgia Coles.
Southern Region League
Wycombe Wanderers are through to the Final of the Chairman's Cup after winning 3-1 against Southampton Women Res. Tara Woodward, Sam Jackson and Christina O'Connor scored the goals for Wycombe, with Fay Roberts replying (see match report).
AFC Bournemouth CST have regained top spot in the Premier Division following an eleven goal blast against Warsash Wasps. Rebecca Miles was on target four times. Katie Kingshott and Helen Corbin each contributed doubles and the tally was completed by Rosie Eden, Alexis Bussell and an own goal. Despite a 5-0 victory over Newbury Ladies, Moneyfields are back in second place on goal difference. Sheree Bell-Jack hit a second half hat-trick for the Moneys, whose other goals came from Kerri Why and Kim Whitcombe.
Abingdon Town are just one win away from the Division One title, moving themselves to the bring with a 4-1 victory against third placed Abbey Rangers. Zoe Barnes, Isi Meade, Elisha Cox and Charlotte Comley all scored a goal apiece for Town, with Abbey's consolation coming from Rebecca Burtenshaw.
West Midlands League
Redditch Utd keep up the pace in the Premier Division, preserving their six point lead with a 5-1 victory over Kidsgrove Athletic. Shona Baldwin (2), Abbie Bailey, Jessica Lippiatt and Leah Williams were the markswomen for Redditch, with Natasha Lawrence replying. Free scoring Leek Town stay on Redditch's heels after a fourteen goal success against Worcester City. Chantelle Gallagher led the scoring with an eight-goal haul, Rehanne Mellor contributed a further four and there was one apiece from Katie Gibbons and Lucy Goodfellow. Niamh Deasy and Sarah Lampitt were on target for third placed Sutton Coldfield Town as they won 2-1 to keep up their challenge, Jade Bennett netting the home side's consolation. Joanne Ryan (2) and Christabel Matewe were the scorers for Coventry Sphinx in their 3-3 draw with Stockingford AA Pavilion, who responded with a goal apiece from Kaileigh Pahnke, Kirsty Lonsdale and Catherine Smith.
In Division One North, Shifnal Town stepped up their promotion challenge as they won 2-0 against Port Vale, Rebecca-Lee Bown scoring both goals to bring a halt to their opponents' recent mini revival.
Rugby Town meanwhile notched up their biggest victory of the season so far in Division One South against Sedgley & Gornal Utd. Andie Coupland spearheaded the win by scoring five times whilst Kelly Worthington and Loren Bliss added four and three respectively, with Paige Gunn also on the scoresheet.
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