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Eastern Region League
Wymondham Town went into the enforced break with a six point lead at the top of the Premier Division and on their return, they went down to their second defeat of the season, beaten 2-1 by Colney Heath. Mia Pinkham and Nicola Puddick scored the goals for Colney, with Mollie O'Callaghan replying. Wymondham's advantage has been halved to three points by Peterborough Northern Star, who were 3-1 winners away to Bowers & Pitsea thanks to Jessica Driscoll, Jessica Price and Cassie Steward. St Ives Town follow on in third after Elisabeth Manuel, Georgia Stancombe, Katie Stancombe and Ruth Fox gave them a 4-2 victory over AFC Dunstable. Wroxham meanwhile kept themselves in touch with the leaders by winning 5-3 at Royston Town, Grace Birchall leading the scoring with a four-goal haul and Lauren Bullard adding the other.
Cambridge City Development have returned to the top of Division One North, thanks to a 9-1 victory against Newmarket Town. Samara Nche, Shannon Shaw and Carla Penny all scored twice along with Yasmin Crow and Molly White, with an own goal completing the tally. Needham Market made up ground in third place with an 8-2 success away to Histon, Nia Evans hitting a hat-trick with Lois Balfour (2), Nicola Henderson, Jodie Sharp and Amber Sparkes also getting on the scoresheet.
There was also a change of leadership in Division One South, with Hutton taking over the leadership after beating Wodson Park 3-2. Vicky Kinsman spearheaded the win for Hutton by bagging a hat-trick, with Chloe-Marie Clay netting both goals in reply. Previous leaders Millwall Lionesses were defeated 4-1 by East Bergholt Utd. Elena Nitsche scored twice along with Deben Howlett and Tiffany Reeves to hand East Bergholt their first league win of the season. Isabelle Wallings netted both goals for Leigh Ramblers as they shared a 2-2 draw with Stevenage Women Development, who scored through Paige Pryor and Nicole Emmings.
North East League
No matches were played in the Premier Division on Sunday, but the Northern Division did return to action and leaders Lumley Ladies were beaten 6-2 by Norton & Stockton Ancients Res. Sacha Millward scored a hat-trick for Norton, along with Sophie Tierney, Bianca Owens and an own goal whilst Lumley's replies came from Holly Doogan and Abbie Gibson. West Allotment Celtic are in the top four following their 5-0 victory over Prudhoe Town, Laura Wright bagging a brace while Jordan Dean, Eilidh Paul and Faye Jardine accounted for the other goals. Sophie Wood, Robyn Molloy and Chloe Geary were the markswomen for Bishop Auckland as their meeting with Blyth Town finished level at 3-3, Steph Ord netting twice and Jessica Hennessy the other in reply.
Southern Division table toppers Altofts Ladies returned to action with a victory, beating Bradford Park Avenue 3-0 with goals from Olivia Ratcliffe, Nicola Smith and Lisa Jepson. Hull Utd are two points behind in second place following their 4-1 win against Farsley Celtic Juniors. Emma Smith, Millie Sharp, Eleanor Robinson and Amy Ward all scored a goal apiece, with Bethany Waring replying.
North West League
Tranmere Rovers are the new leaders of the Premier Division, but only after recording something of a surprise scoreline in scoring six times without reply against previously unbeaten FC United of Manchester. Cheadle Town Stingers and Mossley Hill both remain around mid-table after their meeting ended in a 2-2 draw.
AFC Darwen continue to look strong at the top of Division One North, extending their lead to six points by scoring nine times without reply past Workington Reds. Penwortham Town are up into second place after winning 2-1 against Penrith AFC.
In Division One South, Salford City Lionesses ran out 4-0 winners over West Kirby to move hemselves to within two points of leaders Chester FC Women. In the other game, Warrington Wolves and Northwich Vixens battled out a 2-2 draw, a result which takes Northwich into third place.
Southern Region League
Abingdon Utd have taken over as the new leaders of the Premier Division following their 1-0 victory away to Winchester City Flyers. Rosie McCabe scored the only goal of the game for Abingdon, six minutes from time. Dominique Carrington and Darcey Young netted the goals for Ascot Utd as they climbed up to third with a 2-1 win at Newbury Ladies, who replied through Leanne Saunders.
Southampton Women Res returned to action with a 9-1 victory over Tilehurst Panthers and have gone two points clear at the top of Division One. Fay Roberts led the scoring with a hat-trick and Emily Wernham weighed in with a brace, whilst Sophie Lee, Kellie Warren, Jasmine Hughes and Siena Millen added a goal apiece, with Courtney Hughes-Boyne netting the home side's consolation. Eastleigh have moved up in second place after scoring seven times without reply past Abbey Rangers, led by a hat-trick from Catherine Browning. Samantha Hide netted twice and they were joined on the scoresheet by Emma Simpson and Leah Shave. Sarah Plummer was on target for third placed Bournemouth Sports as they shared a 1-1 draw with New Milton Town, whose reply came from Isabella Baskett.
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