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East Midlands League
Loughborough Students made it two wins out of two in the Premier Division and their 3-1 success away to Kettering Town has taken them three points ahead. Flossie Jones, Elizabeth White and Fatima Husein were on target for the students, with Brodie Betts replying. Peterborough Utd were beaten 2-1 by Oughtibridge WMSC whose goals came from Kathryn Mudge and Millie Kenyon. Natasha Leach netted twice and Ellie Marshall added the other as Mansfield Town won 3-2 away to Woodlands Ladies.
In Division One North, St Josephs Rockware of Worksop moved to the top after Brooke Chapell, Hannah Storey, Lauren Bell and Lynsay Law gave them a 4-2 victory over Grimsby Borough. Amirah Jalloh scored for Arnold Eagles as they shared a 1-1 draw with Cleethorpes Town, who replied through Rosie Kingston.
Notts County Women are the early pacesetters in Division One South after scoring eight times without reply past Loughborough Foxes Vixens. Melissa East had a great day in front of goal for the Magpies, scoring six times in all, with Bella Reed adding the other two. Ella Needham (2) and Kodie Lazar were on target as AFC Leicester defeated Coalville Town Ravenettes 3-2 and Derby County Academy were 2-0 winners away to Thrapston Town thanks to Anya Bourne and Juliet Hilton.
Eastern Region League
Colney Heath moved up into fourth place in the Premier Division table following their 5-1 victory at Haringey Borough. Nicola Puddick led the scoring with a hat-trick while Holly Tyrrell and Eustacia Randles added the others, with Amy Haynes replying. AFC Dunstable meanwhile won for the first time, 2-1 against Bedford Ladies thanks to Jodi McClelland and Lori Wilson-Phillips.
Division One North table toppers Cambridge City Development were beaten for the first time this season, Nicole Beasley scoring the only goal as they went down 1-0 to Haverhill Rovers. King's Lynn Town meanwhile belatedly started their campaign with a 3-0 victory against Needham Market.
One match was played in Division One South, leaders Hutton sharing a 2-2 draw with East Bergholt Utd whose goals came from Georgia Lockerbie and Millie Wilding.
London & South East League
Cup duties and the weather reduced the fixtures on Sunday with no matches in the Premier Division and one in Division One North, where Hackney won 5-1 away to Clapham Utd to increase their lead to six points. Kate Meehan, Clara Ould Aklouche, Lizzie Tucker, Kea Felix and Amy Nicholson were all on target for Hackney, with Natalie Kennedy replying.
Herne Bay stay three points clear at the top of Division One South following their 2-2 draw with Crawley Wasps DS, who move into second place. Lauren Callaghan and Natalie Stephenson netted the goals for Crawley, with Bay responding through Molly Shipton and Lauren Harris.
North East League
Lumley Ladies are the leaders of the Northern Division after a first half strike from Sarah Hutchieson earned them a 1-0 win away to West Allotment Celtic. They have a three point gap over a host of teams including Bishop Auckland who began their season by beating Boro Rangers 3-1 with goals from Lauren Ray, Sophie Wood and Beth Vasey. Ellie Hamilton, Caitlin Jones and Libby Waller were all on target as Norton & Stockton Ancients Res won 3-1 at Prudhoe Town and Chester-le-Street Town Development were 2-1 victors over Washington Association.
One match was played in the Southern Division, York RI getting off the mark with a 6-2 victory against Harrogate Town Development, Jodie Langstaff netting four times along with Nicola Kay and Lily Stancliffe.
North West League
The season opened on Sunday and two matches were played in a reduced Premier Division programme. Tranmere Rovers began well with a 2-0 victory over Mossley Hill and in the other game, West Didsbury & Chorlton won 2-1 against Wigan Athletic.
Morecambe Res are off to a good start in Division One North, running out 7-1 winners over Preston North End. Penwortham Town made sure the long journey north to Carlisle Utd was a successful one, returning with a 2-0 victory under their belts.
In the only game to be played in Division One South, Chester FC Women took the points as they edged out Curzon Ashton by the odd goal in five.
South West League
Only one match throughout the entire league managed to survive the inclement weather in the region and this in the Western Division, at St Agnes where visitors Plymouth Argyle Development ran out 4-0 winners. Bethan Cowd and Dee Newman put Argyle two ahead at half time, before Abbie Carveth and an own goal wrapped up the points.
Southern Region League
The first match of the season in the league was played on Sunday; in Division One where Southampton Women Res won 6-2 away to AFC Bournemouth CST Development. Jade Hockey was on target four times for Southampton, with Fay Roberts adding the other two, whilst Larissa White netted a brace in reply for the Cherries.
West Midlands League
Solihull Ladies Utd went level on points with Premier Division leaders after they shared a 2-2 draw with third placed City of Stoke. A win would have taken Solihull top but they had to settle for a point thanks to a Hayley Wilford double, the home side scoring through Sarah Colby and Niamh Murphy. Lye Town meanwhile got off the mark with a 4-2 victory away to Stockingford AA Pavilion, given to them by Stacey Barbaccia, Amy Botfish, Hannah Fellows and Hollie Ridge.
One match was played in Division One North, second placed AFC Telford Utd battling out a 2-2 draw against Wyrley Ladies, Jaime Duggan and Jemma Smith netting the Bucks' goals.
Solihull Sporting have gone to the top of Division One South after beating previous leaders Leamington Lions 4-0. Janelle Straker was on target twice along with Isabelle Haigh and Lauren Smith. Rugby Town meanwhile claimed their first victory, scoring six times without reply against Sedgley & Gornal Utd. Chloe Debaes spearheaded the win with a four-goal haul and she was joined on the scoresheet by Emily Starkey and Kelly Worthington.
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