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S-Tech Cambridgeshire League
The first match in the Premiership Division on its return saw a meeting between two teams who would still have their eyes set on a challenge for the title. In the end it was Ketton who won 2-1 away to second placed Whittlesey Athletic, taking themselves level on points with their opponents. Beth Goodman and Fran Kavanagh scored the goals for Ketton, with Whittlesey replying through Lorna Hart.
In Championship North, third placed Park Ladies were narrow 1-0 winners over Pinchbeck Utd, Georgia Stimson scoring the only goal of the game in the twelfth minute.
The first matches back in Division One included a top of the table clash and it was Spennymoor Town who won 1-0 away to Hartlepool Pools Youth. Coral Colledge scored the game's solitary goal, midway through the first half, to see Spennymoor replace Pools as the new leaders. Gateshead Rutherford are up to third after Caroline Campbell (2), Melissa Scott and Rachel Laws gave them a 4-1 victory away to Birtley Town, whose reply came from Elise Curry. Olivia Gunn, Elle Mett and Lucy Staines were all on target for Billingham Synthonia as they won 3-2 at Tow Law Town.
Development Division table toppers Gateshead FC Ladies hit the ground running on their return, Jade Anderson hitting a hat-trick in their 5-0 victory away to Newton Aycliffe. Olivia Black and Jasmin Badillo weighed in with the other goals. Stockton Town meanwhile scored seven times without reply past CLS Amazons Amazines and East Durham Blue Belles were 4-2 winners at Sunderland West End Development, courtesy of a Stephanie Bilcliff hat-trick and Jodie Modrate.
Pilkington Ladies narrowed the gap on league leaders Alder Ladies to four points as they scored seven times without reply against Ashton Town. Meanwhile the spoils were shared in the other Division One game to be played, MSB Woolton and Wirral Phoenix finishing level at 1-1.
Halewood Town have maintained their six point lead at the top of Division Two, thanks to a 6-1 victory over Formby Community. Second placed Liverpool Feds Development made sure of staying on Halewood's heels as they also won 6-1 away to Newton-le-Willows. Salford Utd meanwhile defeated Maghull 6-0, a result which lifts them up to third.
North Riding League
League leaders Redcar Athletic got back to action with a victory, beating York St John University 2-0 to maintain their lead of three points. Charlotte Agar and Victoria Sleight were the scorers for Athletic, to keep themselves in front of second placed Redcar Town Res who had a more emphatic win, netting fourteen times without reply past Huntington Rovers. Alicia Henderson led the scoring with a hat-trick whilst Alice Hutchinson, Phoebe Townsend, Nicola Duffy-Smith and Lydia Maidens all hit doubles. Courtney Priest, Rachel Horsley and Jenni Duffy-Smith completed the tally by adding a goal apiece. Guisborough Town meanwhile defeated Brompton Ladies 7-1 to go third, Ruth Wilson was on target twice along with Ellie Todd, Charlotte Sellstrom, Olivia Bullock, Emma Walton and an own goal.
The opening match of the Covid Women's Cup was played on Sunday, in Group One where Woodbridge Town won 3-1 away to Stowupland Falcons. Lucy Eagle netted twice for Woodbridge and Sadie Jamieson added the other, Evie Bloom grabbing a consolation for the home side.
Thames Valley League
Tilehurst Panthers Development are the new leaders of Division One following their 4-1 victory over Badshot Lea. Deanna Cane (2), Ellie Bishop and Lydia Vettese were their scorers, with Rebecca Munro replying. Tilehurst head the table on goal difference from Carterton Ladies, who battled out a goalless draw with fellow challengers Woking Ladies. City Belles notched up their third win of the season, 4-1 against Caversham Ladies thanks to Elena Lancaster, Danielle Rolph, Katie Crawley and Jacqueline Speed.
In Division Two, Procision Oxford shared ten goals with Oxford City U23 in a thrilling clash. Damini Bhagat bagged a hat-trick for City along with Amanda Osarobo and Molly Rylott-Byrd, whilst Procision netted through an Emma Smith treble, Chloe Billins and Georgea Winstone. The result means that Harefield Utd have replaced Procision in second place after beating Holyport 3-1 with goals from Alisha Caslin, Laura Hutchings and Rachael Fitzwater. Carly Duckett led the scoring with a four-goal haul as Kingsclere stormed to an 8-1 success away to Headington Amateurs. Jenna Thain weighed in with a hat-trick and Charlotte Mansfield was also on target.
Milton Keynes City moved up into second place in Division Three North on the back of an 8-1 victory over Launton. Deb Andrews meanwhile hit a hat-trick for Easington Sports as they defeated Aylesbury Utd 4-1, Emily Parker adding the other goal.
Witney Vikings have ascended to top spot on goal difference in Division Three West following a ten-goal blast against Barton Utd. Beverley Hirons bagged a hat-trick and Mikaela Slaveykova contributed a brace, adding to further strikes from Rebecca Bostock, Milly Wilkinson, Stacey Coles, Georgina Hewson and Francesca Preston. Wantage Town complete the top three after Ellie Day, Malli Nugent and Eleanor Mitchell gave them a 3-1 win away to Headington Ladies. Mary Maguire and Nicola Walecki were on target for Carterton Ladies Res in their 2-2 draw against East Oxford Ladies, who replied through a double from Melissa Webby.
S4K Ladies hold on to the leadership of Division Three South as they won 4-2 against Wargrave Women Development. Kiah Owen netted twice along with Megan Cox and Samantha Sadler. Beth Millican (2), Karleen Hellard, Mel Saunders and Rebecca Walker all scored for Mortimer Ladies in their 5-1 victory over Slough Town Rebels which takes them up to second place, just ahead of Taplow Utd who defeated Thatcham & Newbury 2-1 courtesy of a Naomi Littler brace.
Abi Canvin scored a hat-trick and Samantha McKenzie added the other for Division Three East leaders Slough Town Ladies as they ran out 4-1 winners over Guildford Saints. Slough continue to head the table on goal difference from Penn & Tylers Green, who beat Bessingby Park Rangers 5-1 thanks to a Henna Hussain hat-trick, Lily-Anne Roberts and Niamh Potts. Ascot Utd Res netted five times without reply past Hawley Ladies, their markswomen were Louise Pullen (2), Amy Cogdon, Stephanie Fettes and Dorthea Flo.
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