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East Midlands League
Piper O'Neill scored twice along with Donna McGuigan, Stacey McConville, Kier Perkins and an own goal as Premier Division leaders Peterborough Utd won 6-2 against Kettering Town, for whom Stephanie Gale bagged a brace. Loughborough Students stay one point off the pace in second after winning 3-0 away to Ollerton Town. Francesca Partridge, Abbie Brewin, Georgia Tear, Aimee Smith and Leah Cudone all scored as Northampton Town defeated Mansfield Town 5-1 whilst Oughtibridge WMSC won 6-1 against Leicester City Ladies, Zoe Beresford hitting a hat-trick while Laura Cain, Millie Kenyon and Emily Fowler added the others. Rise Park meanwhile claimed their first victory of the season, beating Woodlands Ladies 3-1 thanks to Thea Duncan, Sarah Richardson and Jessica Waplington.
Chesterfield are stretching the pace in Division One North, preserving their three point lead by scoring six times without reply past Lincoln Moorlands Railway. Kelly Fidler and Rebecca Matthews each netted doubles for the Spireites, with Imogen Fowler and Maddison Frances-Creaser also on target. Second placed Lincoln Utd meanwhile went one better with a 7-0 win away to Arnold Eagles, Tracey Duxbury-Mead scoring a hat-trick along with Nadina Green (2), Heather Pettit and Kirsty Dalzell.
In Division One South, Oadby & Wigston climbed up into second place by winning 4-2 away to Thrapston Town. Emma Aspinall, Samantha Hargrave, Sophie Tew and Lily Cocking netted a goal apiece for Oadby who are one place ahead of Beaumont Park, 3-1 victors over Loughborough Foxes Vixens.
* On Wednesday night, Northampton Town went up to third in the Premier Division with a 10-0 victory over Leicester City Ladies. Gracie Williams and Charlie Cooper both scored hat-tricks with Sara Wait, Leah Cudone, Georgia Tear and Emma Billenness adding the others.
Eastern Region League
Wymondham Town further extended their lead to six points when winning 2-1 against St Ives Town in the top of the table clash. Laura Nicholls and Natasha Youngs netted for Wymondham, with Hannah Seymour-Shove replying. Peterborough Northern Star ran out 7-0 winners away to Colney Heath and this has taken them above St Ives and into second. AFC Dunstable meanwhile beat Haringey Borough 5-3 and are now in mid-table. Chelsea Jeffrey and Lori Wilson-Phillips each netted twice along with Gemma Darvill, while Victoria Campbell (2) and Beatriz Kretteis scored for Haringey. Bedford Ladies won for the first time, 3-0 at Bowers & Pitsea thanks to Jasmine Ajayi, Carissa Kaczorowski and Maya Sidhu.
In Division One South, Stevenage Women Development got off the mark when they beat East Bergholt Utd 6-0, Emily Schofield was on target four times with Sherrie Evans and Olivia Worsfold contributing the others.
Hutton went through to the last sixteen of the League Cup by beating King's Lynn Town 1-0, Lauren Knight scoring the only goal of the game. Megan Partridge (2) and Evie Creaton accounted for the goals as AFC Sudbury won 3-2 against Newmarket Town and Cambridge City Development were 4-2 victors away to Leigh Ramblers, courtesy of doubles from Shannon Shaw and Carla Penny.
London & South East League
The top of the table clash in the Premier Division went the way of Dulwich Hamlet, who beat Dartford 3-2 to go three points clear at the top. Havana McElvaine, Brittany Saylor and Allison Rowe all scored for Dulwich, with Nicha Dyett and Shauni Griffiths replying. Saltdean Utd are now second following their 4-2 success away to Aylesford in with Chloe Winchester hit a hat-trick, with Niamh Andersson adding the other. Ashley Cheatley was another hat-trick scorer for Ashford Town (Middlesex) in their 5-3 victory over Whyteleafe which takes them into the top three, she was joined on the scoresheet by Jade Johnson and Anya Kinnane. Queen's Park Rangers continued their upsurge as strikes from Demi Edwards and Eshe Davies gave then a 2-1 win against Denham Utd.
Division One North leaders Hackney did not play and their advantage has been trimmed to six points by Clapham Utd after they won 4-2 away to Phoenix Sports. Sophie Walker netted twice for Clapham along with Letitia Campous-Lennon and Asia Brown. New London Lionesses and Sutton Utd are in the next two positions and both are still unbeaten after their meeting finished in a goalless draw. Watford Development got off the mark and are off the bottom after beating Victoire Ladies 3-2, Ciara Purdue netting twice along with Hannah McCorkindale.
Herne Bay maintained their three point lead in Division One South by winning 2-1 away to Newhaven. Lauren Harris and Lauren Williams scored the goals for Bay who lead from Crawley Wasps DS, 2-0 victors away to Parkwood Rangers thanks to a brace from Priscilla Martins. Chloe Nye (2), Lottie Sharp and Brooke Nicholson-Rogan were the markswomen for Lewes Foundation Squad as they defeated Hassocks 4-0.
North East League
Things are really tight at the top of the Premier Division with just a single point covering the top five teams. Hartlepool Utd hold on to the leadership on goal difference following their 2-2 draw with Alnwick Town, who are one point behind. Justine Robinson bagged for Pools, whilst Alnwick scored through Amy Lawson and Michelle Stewart. Sophie Tinson was on target for second placed York City as they drew 1-1 with Ossett Utd, whose goal came from Jordane Allison. Wallsend Boys Club complete a trio level on points at the top after Emma Hewett (2), Rebecca Hansen and an own goal gave them a 4-1 victory over South Shields. Rosie Gill netted twice along with Beth Jennings and Nat Eustance as Harrogate Town defeated Sheffield Wednesday 4-0 to move one point off the pace. Redcar Town meanwhile notched up their first win, 5-1 away to Farsley Celtic courtesy of braces from Jenny Dixon and Jess Round, with Kenzie Parkes also on target.
Lumley Ladies restored their three point lead in the Northern Division after Sarah Hutchieson, Jamie Sugden and Jade Fenton gave them a 3-1 victory over Chester-le-Street Town Development. Boro Rangers netted six without reply past West Allotment Celtic to go second, Abigail Phillips netting twice along with Rachel Jackson, Jade Featherstone, Larissa Burkinshaw and Alex Hodgson. Bishop Auckland also won 6-0 against Prudhoe Town, Sophie Wood and Beth Allison each bagging braces with Vikki Ryder and Katie Raine adding the others. Shannon Reed (2) and Paige Hunter were the scorers for Norton & Stockton Ancients Res in their 3-2 success away to Blyth Town, who were playing their first league game of the season after a number of cup ties.
Hollie Betts, Olivia Ratcliffe and Laura Maskrey were the markswomen for Southern Division Altofts Ladies as they beat Millmoor Ladies 3-1. Wakefield Trinity stay two points behind in second after a 6-0 victory at York RI, Emily Heckler netting a hat-trick along with Rachel Stuart (2) and Chelsea Pilmer. Millie Sharp (2), Lauren Holmes and Victoria Stonehouse all scored for Hull Utd in their 4-1 success away to Bradford Park Avenue, whilst Farsley Celtic Juniors completed a good day for the top four by defeating Hepworth Utd 3-0 thanks to a Sarah Lawn brace and Jasmin Cooper.
North West League
A total of five teams are level on six points at the head of the Premier Division, led by Crewe Alexandra as they won 6-1 at Wigan Athletic. Morecambe beat Cheadle Town Stingers 2-1 to j0in the leading pack as did Tranmere Rovers with a 4-1 victory over West Didsbury & Chorlton.
AFC Darwen continued their strong start to the season in Division One North with a thirteen goal blast against Preston North End, which takes them three points clear. In the other game, Blackpool notched up their first league victory, 5-0 away to Blackburn Community SC.
Chester FC Women have opened up a lead of five points at the top of Division One South following their 4-1 win away to West Kirby. Salford City Lionesses have leapt into second place after beating Warrington Wolves 5-0, just ahead of Didsbury Ladies who were 3-2 winners at Wythenshawe Amateurs.
South West League
The weather badly hit the fixture programme once again, with only match in the Premier Division managing to go ahead. Bideford have moved up to second, level on points with leaders Marine Academy Plymouth, after a first half goal from Tracey Cross gave them a 1-0 victory away to Middlezoy Rovers.
There was a change of leadership in the Northern Division with Oldland Abbotonians taking over at the top following their 1-0 victory over Almondsbury, Beth Dale scoring the only goal of the game. Weston Mendip are just two points off the pace after winning their derby match 6-2 against Weston-super-Mare. Amy Clark hit a hat-trick for Mendip along with Natalia Bak, Ellie Burrows and Ryla Cooper, with Phoebe Payton netting a brace in reply.
In the Eastern Division, Frome Town narrowed the gap on leaders Forest Green Rovers to two points by scoring seven without reply past Swindon Spitfires. Stacey Hill scored a hat-trick for the Robins, Ann-Marie Harvey contributed a brace and there was one apiece from Karen Perkins and Enna Christmas. Swindon Town Development had a good day in front of goal away to Chipping Sodbury Town, Emma Skinner bagging a hat-trick as they ran out 8-1 winners. Caitlin Marron added two with Natalie Goodright, Sophie Mitchell and Katie Wells also getting on the scoresheet.
One match was played in the Western Division and it saw leaders AFC St Austell go six points clear with a 6-2 victory over Plymouth Argyle Development. Tori Marks (2), Alexia Riley (2), Laura Barrett and Danielle Salt all scored for the table toppers, with Dee Newman and Emily Collar replying.
Southern Region League
Wycombe Wanderers are the new leaders of the Premier Division following their 9-1 victory against Newbury Ladies. Steph Mobbs led the scoring with a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Lindsay Pinker (2), Katie Hudson, Samantha Jackson, Charlotte Parrett and Rae Roberts. Four teams are level on points at the top, also joined by Winchester City Flyers who defeated Warsash Wasps 4-1 thanks to a Hannah Knapton double, Katie Johns and Charlotte Warhurst.
Southampton Women Res stay top of Division One despite going down to a 3-0 defeat to Eastleigh, whose scorers were Catherine Browning, Samantha Hide and Emma Simpson. The other game in the division ended with honours even as AFC Bournemouth CST Development and New Milton Town battled out a goalless draw.
West Midlands League
Sutton Coldfield Town continue to make their way up the Premier Division table and are in fourth after they won 5-0 away to Stockingford AA Pavilion. Jamie-Leigh Fowler netted twice for Sutton along with Imogen Fisher, Niamh Deasy and an own goal. Hannah Fellows and Sarah Harvey were on target for Lye Town as they shared a 2-2 draw with Coundon Court, who replied through Rhiannon O'Looney and Sophie Shale.
Jemma Smith and Lauren McCaffrey were the scorers for Division One North leaders AFC Telford Utd as they won 2-1 against Shifnal Town, whose consolation came from Jenna Boddison. Tamworth stay on their heels in second after scoring eight without reply past Port Vale, Aimee Taylor netting a hat-trick along with Grace Dickens (2), Chloe Finn, Charlotte Reinforth, Ella Spears and Olivia Woolston. The two teams at the foot of the table met each other and both registered their first point as they fought out a 4-4 draw. Lucy Bolitho (2), Danielle Statham and Eleanor McKeegan were the scorers for Coventry City as they shared the spoils with Walsall Ladies.
In Division One South, Knowle moved level on points with leaders Solihull Sporting after Georgia Jones grabbed the only goal of the game in their victory away to Cookley Sports. Daisy Bloor and Bonnie Mountford netted the goals for Leamington Lions as they drew 2-2 with Rugby Town, who scored through Chloe Debaes and Kelly Worthington.
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