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East Midlands League
Peterborough Utd recorded the biggest victory on the opening day of the Premier Division when scoring six times without reply past Ollerton Town. Kier Perkins hit a hat-trick for the Posh Ladies, whose other markswomen were Megan Parrett, Donna McGuigan and Amy Challis. Mikaela Welford (2), Stephanie Gale, Brodie Betts and Daniella Snowden were all on target as Kettering Town won 5-1 away to Leicester City Ladies, whilst Rotherham Utd defeated Mansfield Town 5-2 thanks to a Bradie Wild double, Nat Shaw, Amy Pollock and Lucy Ridley. Gracie Williams, Abbie Brewin and Francesca Partridge netted the goals for Northampton Town in their 3-0 success against Rise Park and Loughborough Students won 4-2 against Woodlands Ladies, Nnola Oyeka, Flossie Jones and Elizabeth White all netting along with an own goal.
Chesterfield have got off to a good start in Division One North by winning 6-1 against Arnold Eagles, whilst Grimsby Town beat Sherwood FC Women by the same scoreline thanks to a Sophie Bell hat-trick, Alisha Dejonge, Beth Wharton and Ellie Wilson. Grimsby Borough meanwhile defeated Sleaford Town 3-0 with goals from Natalie Aird, Suzanne Green and Amelia Weston. Jade Baker (2) and Debbie Sawyer were the scorers for Lincoln Moorlands Railway in their 3-2 victory over Notts County Development and St Josephs Rockware of Worksop were 2-1 winners at Cleethorpes Town courtesy of Sky Hughes and Sophie Vickers.
Beaumont Park are the opening day leaders in Division One South after doubles from Kayleigh Needham and Carmelina Colangelo gave them a 4-1 victory over AFC Leicester. Notts County Women meanwhile won 3-0 at Ilkeston Town thanks to Jessica Knott, Nya Chambers and Melissa East. Yasmin Hilton and Lucy Phillips-Poole were on target as Oadby & Wigston defeated Derby County Academy 2-0 and Clair Dolman netted for Coalville Town Ravenettes in their 1-1 draw with Thrapston Town, who replied through Caroline Willson.
Eastern Region League
Wymondham Town continue to stretch the early pace after a goal apiece from Chelsea Clarke, Mollie O'Callaghan, Natasha Youngs and Francesca Catchpole gave them a 4-1 victory over Colney Heath. They head the table by three points from St Ives Town, also 4-1 winners away to AFC Dunstable thanks to Hannah Seymour-Shove (2), Ella Burnley and Katie Stancombe, and Harlow Town, 5-1 victors against Royston Town with Tayla Handscombe (2), Ellie Manning, Amy Nash and Georgia Raby all on target. Jess McKay and Dionne Manning were the scorers for Luton Town as they defeated Wroxham 2-1 and Peterborough Northern Star hit back from an opening reverse to win 4-1 against Bowers & Pitsea. Haringey Borough also got themselves off the mark when they beat Bedford Ladies 4-2, courtesy of a Beatriz Kretteis double, Jaidene Browne and Aaliyah Boyea.
One match was played in Division One North, at Newmarket Town where visitors Cambridge City Development won 7-3 to replace them at the head of the table. Carla Penny led the scoring for City with a four-goal haul, Amie Fullwood contributed a double and Emma Littlewood was also on target.
Hutton have moved to the top of Division One South after winning a thrilling match 5-4 against Millwall Lionesses. They lead on goal difference from Wodson Park who beat East Bergholt Utd 2-1 with goals from Dempsey Favell and Ella Marden. AFC Sudbury meanwhile scored five times without reply past Stevenage Women Development, Evie Creaton netting twice along with Tyeonae Smith, Rebecca Stephenson and Megan Partridge.
London & South East League
Dulwich Hamlet hold on to the early leadership of the Premier Division following their 3-0 success away to Queen's Park Rangers. Lucy Monkman gave Dulwich an early lead and they added further goals through Ella Bonner and Saskia Philp. Chloe Winchester (2), Henna Butcher and Tia Perry were the scorers for second placed Saltdean Utd as they won 4-1 against Fulham. Dartford are the third team on maximum points after their 2-1 victory at Denham Utd, given to them by first half goals from Rachel Stevens and Joanne Woodgates. Alissa Down, Charmaine Benham and Ashley Cheatley were the markswomen for Ashford Town (Middx) as they won for the first time, 3-2 against Eastbourne Town, and Aylesford also got off the mark with a 2-1 victory over Whyteleafe, Gemma Cumby and Beth Hulme netting their goals.
Hackney made it two wins out of two in Division One North when edging out Victoire Ladies by the odd goal in five, thanks to a goal apiece from Amy Nicholson, Clara Ould Aklouchea and Lizzie Tucker. New London Lionesses took their good cup form into the league with a 5-0 success away to Watford Development, Kiz Fergus scoring twice along with Elizabeth Ashcroft, Beth Howells and an own goal. Carmela Garcia and Leanne Kelly accounted for the goals as Clapham Utd won for the first time, 2-1 against Phoenix Sports.
Herne Bay are the early pacesetters in Division One South after they won 3-2 against Worthing with goals from Kate Foster, Lauren Harris and Sophie Gifford. Ashford Ladies meanwhile opened up their campaign with a 4-0 victory at Newhaven, Rebecca Wyatt netting twice along with Elizabeth Mills and Beatrice Loosley. Lottie Sharp (2), Megan Cranford and Lucy Plumb were the markswomen as Lewes Foundation Squad won 4-1 away to Crawley Wasps DS and Parkwood Rangers defeated Hassocks 3-1 thanks to a Corrie Goodhew brace and Faye Tompsett.
North East League
On the opening day of the league season, York City took pole position in the Premier Division with a 5-1 victory away to Redcar Town. Hartlepool Utd meanwhile defeated South Shields 4-1, thanks to a Justine Robinson double, Sarah Rowbotham and Robyn Foster, and goals from Michelle Stewart (2), Ashley Grisdale and Megan Sprot earned Alnwick Town a 4-2 success at Farsley Celtic. Olivia Whitehead (2), Beth Jennings and Olivia Taylor were on target for Harrogate Town as they shared a 4-4 draw with Wallsend Boys Club, who replied with goals from Cara Moran, Hannah Travis, Molly Turnbull and Emma Hewett.
Sunderland West End have started well in the Northern Division, winning 6-1 against Chester-le-Street Town Development. Isla Maggs was on target four times, with Alexandra Ross adding the other two. Faye Jardine netted a goal in each half for West Allotment Celtic as they defeated Prudhoe Town 2-0. Lumley Ladies edged out Norton & Stockton Ancients Res by the odd goal in nine, courtesy of a goal apiece from Sarah Hutchieson, Carolanne Hughes, Holly Doogan, Jade Fenton and Jamie Sugden. Sacha Millward hit a hat-trick inside the opening 24 minutes for Norton but ended up on the losing side, Ellie Hamilton adding their other. Boro Rangers were 4-3 victors over Washington Assocation thanks to Larissa Burkinshaw (2), Jade Featherstone and Sarah Whitelock.
Wakefield Trinity have made a storming start in the Southern Division, opening up with a 13-1 victory against Harrogate Town Development. Emily Heckler spearheaded the win with a five-goal haul, Chelsea Pilmer weighed in with a hat-trick, while Rachel Stuart (2), Isobelle Sibbald (2) and Demi Godson also got themselves on the scoresheet. Farsley Celtic Juniors ran out 9-3 winners over York RI, Jasmin Cooper netting four times and Sarah Lawn hitting a hat-trick, with Katie Platts adding the other two. Emily Scott was another hat-trick scorer for Altofts Ladies in their 8-2 win at Bradford Park Avenue, Hollie Betts and Claire Pritchard each bagged doubles whilst Emily Walker was also on target. Abby Watkinson (2), Kerry Bamford (2) and Delia Hurdiss were the markswomen for Millmoor Ladies as they defeated Hepworth Utd 5-0.
South West League
Marine Academy Plymouth continued their goal laden start to the new campaign with an 11-1 victory over Torquay Utd which sees them stay top of the Premier Division on goal difference. Beth Everson and Isabel Scott each hit hat-tricks while Sam Drewery and Jana Richards hit two apiece, Emily Eaton rounding off the scoring. Ilminster Town have also begun well and stay level on points after beating Wootton Bassett Town 2-0 with goals from Harriet Kelly and Lannece Hole. Portishead Town kicked off their season by winning 5-0 away to Middlezoy Rovers, Nathalie Zajaczkowski netting twice along with Emily Lindsey, Ruby Lowe and an own goal, and Bideford gained revenge for defeat by Callington Town in the Vitality Women's FA Cup seven days earlier with a 2-0 victory, given to them by Rohana Little and Eve-Charlotte Moore.
Bristol Ladies Union have opened up a lead of two points in the Northern Division after they defeated Downend Flyers 5-1. Stella Gandee-Morgan led the scoring with a hat-trick, with the others coming from Elizabeth Robinson and Hannah Price and Beth Pitman grabbing Downend's consolation. Despite goals from Amy Clark and Ryla Cooper, Weston Mendip were pegged back to a 2-2 draw by Cheltenham Town Development and move back into second place. Hannah Galpin and Sophie Griffiths were the scorers for Cheltenham. Beth Dale, Bryony Higgs and Vicky Mundy were all on target for Oldland Abbotonians as they won 3-1 against Weston-super-Mare, who replied through Sarah Adams, whilst Almondsbury registered their first victory, 3-1 at Frampton Rangers thanks to Jess Bessell, Zoe Hales and Maddie Wood, Rebecca Hewitt scoring for Frampton.
Forest Green Rovers maintained their impressive start in the Eastern Division with a 5-1 success away to Chipping Sodbury Town. Beth Edwards scored a hat-trick for Rovers along with Sian Towler and a hat-trick, the home side's consolation coming from Laura Curnock. Laverstock & Ford moved up to second by scoring eight times without reply past Swindon Spitfires, headed by a hat-trick from Molly McCarthy. Kelly Burton and Isabella Hiles each added two and Kerry Lewis was also on target. Sophie Barrett and Sophie Mitchell accounted for the goals as Swindon Town Development won 2-0 at Swindon Supermarine, while Louise Johnson and Robyn Carpenter scored for AEK Boco in their 2-2 draw with Frome Town, whose replies came from Mae Bristow and Koran Thorner-Atkinson.
Four teams are level on points at the top of the Western Division, headed by Alphington who were 4-2 winners away to Plymouth Argyle Development with goals from Helen Kukor (2), Kirsty Brown and Catherine Wright. Sherborne Town meanwhile scored five times without reply at Pen Mill, Olivia Watts hitting a hat-trick along with Katie Norman and Lauren Mock. AFC St Austell also made it two wins out of two, Charlotte Whitmore bagging a four-goal haul with Shania Fenlon and Chevonne Johanning adding the others against St Agnes. Feniton complete the quartet of teams after winning a high scoring affair 6-5 over Plympton Ladies. Stef Churchill-Matthews (2), Abi Breban, Kate Finch, Louise Ilsley and Natalie Matthews were the markswomen for Feniton while Shannon Workman scored a hat-trick and Chelsea Robinson a double in reply.
West Midlands League
Premier Division leaders Leek Town were held to a 1-1 draw by Redditch Utd, who took a first half lead through Katie Ross-Baker. Michaela Lockett replied for Leek whose advantage has been trimmed to a single point by Solihull Ladies Utd, 3-2 winners over Coventry Sphinx thanks to Hayley Wilford (2) and Saddiqa Shan. Holly Fowell netted twice and Sarah Colby the other as City of Stoke won 3-1 at Lye Town and Coundon Court got off the mark with a 2-0 success away to Stockingford AA Pavilion, goals coming from Natasha Miles and Rhiannon O'Looney.
There was a change of leadership in Division One North where Stoke City Development defeated previous table toppers Shrewsbury Town 4-1 to take over from them. Ava Suckley netted a hat-trick for Stoke, with Jessica Richardson adding the other. Jenna Boddison and Rebecca-Lee Bown both scored hat-tricks for Shifnal Town as they defeated Coventry City 6-2 to go second. AFC Telford Utd were 6-3 winners away to Sandwell Ladies, Jaime Duggan scoring a hat-trick along with Charlotte Budd (2) and Rachael Green. Wyrley Ladies got off the mark with an 8-1 victory over Walsall Ladies and goals from Portia Badach, Ella Spears and Aimee Taylor earned Tamworth a 3-0 success at Port Vale.
Leamington Lions have moved into top spot in Division One South following their 3-0 victory away to Rugby Town. Kingfisher occupy second place after Sarah Kennedy and Rebecca Ankcom gave them a 2-0 win over Cookley Sports. Kidderminster Harriers meanwhile commenced their league campaign with an 11-goal victory over Sedgley & Gornal Utd. Dani Selmes was on target four times, Mia Badland, Alysha Stanley and Bailey-Raine Hodge each added doubles and Molly Maguire also got on the scoresheet. Morgan Betteridge scored twice and Natalie Gibson the other for Knowle as they defeated Droitwich Spa 3-0.
Photo - Farsley Celtic and Alnwick Town battle for possession
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