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 Women's Football Regional Premier East Midlands News - 24 Apr 2021
East Midlands League
Mansfield Town defeated Arnold Eagles 4-0 in Group A as the opening matches in the Trevor Clifton Trophy got underway. Monica Bowley, Natasha Leach, Ellie Marshall and Shannon Purdy all netted a goal apiece for Mansfield. The other group match between Sherwood FC Women and Notts County Development finished goalless.
Notts County have got off to a good start in Group B, beating Rise Park 5-2. Nya Chambers hit a hat-trick for County along with Melissa East and Elle Rowson, with Jessica Waplington netting twice in reply. Chloe Phillips and Isabella Mauro were on the scoresheet as Derby County Academy won 2-1 against Loughborough Students.
Leah Cudone and Charlie Cooper led the scoring with doubles as Northampton Town stormed to a 9-1 success away to Oadby & Wigston in Group C. Eden Brown, Rachael Mumford, Alex Bartlett, Emma Billenness and Francesca Partridge added the other goals, with Samantha Hargrave replying. Peterborough Utd defeated Thrapston Town 5-1 in the other game, Hannah Pendred netting twice along with Laura Dodwell, Piper O'Neill and Molly Orr-Love.
In Group D, Rotherham Utd took the honours as he scored six times without reply past St Josephs Rockware of Worksop. Rachel Hale, Harriet Houghton, Helen Lynsky, Amy Pollock, Nat Shaw and Bradie Wild all scored a goal each. Chesterfield meanwhile defeated Oughtibridge WMSC 4-1, courtesy of strikes from Gina Camfield, Kelly Fidler, Bethany Smyth and Millie Standen were all on target.
Beaumont Park have started well in Group E, beating Coalville Town Ravenettes 3-0 thanks to a Carmelina Colangelo double and Rebecca Moises. In the other group game, AFC Leicester edged out Leicester City Ladies by the odd goal in nine. Jamie Elday and Ella Needham each scored twice and Jade Benford added the other, while Nancy Miles hit a hat-trick for City but finished on the losing side, Megan Thacker also finding the net.
Abigail Murrell and Tracey Duxbury-Mead both bagged hat-tricks for Lincoln Utd as they ran out 8-0 winners over Lincoln Moorlands Railway. Lauren Churcher and Holly Newman meanwhile weighed in with the other goals. Ollerton Town and Sleaford Town battled out a goalless draw in the other group match.
Eastern Region League
Cambridge City Development kept up their good start in the Challenge Cup Group A, although it needed a penalty shootout success to make it two wins out of two after sharing eight goals with Haringey Borough. Ellie Cullum, Kayla Krett, Emma Littlewood and Philippa Witherspoon all scored for City, while Haringey replied through Aaliyah Boyea (2), Amy Haynes and Kasandra Rukat. Wroxham ran out 4-1 winners at AFC Dunstable thanks to a Lauren Bullard brace, Grace Birchall and Victoria Pleavin.
One match was played in Group B, Bedford Ladies scoring six times without reply away to Wodson Park to go into top position. Natasha Fensome was on target twice for Bedford along with Setor Acolatse, Mathilda Fidler, Gemma Franklin and Freya Hobbs.
Group C is shaping up to be a very close one, with four of the five teams level on three points. These now include Royston Town who bounced back from an opening defeat to beat Stevenage Women Development 2-1. Charlotte South and Samantha Edgar scored Royston's goals, with Holly Greenwood replying. Leigh Ramblers meanwhile defeated Bowers & Pitsea 4-3 on penalties, after the teams had battled out a goalless draw.
St Ives Town are the early leaders in Group D following their penalty shootout win over Wymondham Town. Ella Burnley (2) and Ruth Fox were on target for St Ives as the match finished level at 3-3, Wymondham finding the net through a Hannah Waters brace and Rebecca Russell. Nicola Henman, Jess McKay and Leyah Maddix all scored twice, with Dionne Manning adding the other, as Luton Town opened up their group matches with a 7-1 victory against Colney Heath.
London & South East League
Ashford Town (Middx) notched up a fine 3-1 win away to Saltdean Utd in Group A as the Spring Round Robin tournament started on Sunday. Ashley Cheatley was on target twice along with Jo Wilson, Henna Butcher replying. Nicha Dyett scored the only goal of the game as Dartford won 1-0 against Eastbourne Town in the other game.
In Group B, Clapham Utd were 3-0 victors at Hackney in the only match to be played. Asia Brown and Anne Thouas both scored for Clapham, along with an own goal.
Whyteleafe have got off to a good start in Group C with a 6-1 victory at Herne Bay. Chloe McNee led the scoring for ‘Leafe with a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Suzanne Davies, Amy Reader and Olivia Woolacott, whilst Bay's consolation came from Lauren Williams. Beatrice Loosley (2), Kayleigh Harris, Elizabeth Mills and Jenny Newman accounted for the goals as Ashford defeated Aylesford 5-2, Fiona Constable and Beth Hulme replying.
Newhaven are the opening leaders in Group D after they scored five times without reply past Hassocks. Holly Kelley was on target twice along with Madeleine Cannon, Lucy Collinson and Paige Ripley. Crawley Wasps Development Squad were 3-1 winners over Lewes Foundation Squad thanks to Ellie Livingstone (2) and Priscilla Martins, with Lottie Sharp replying. Hayleigh Larkin netted the only goal of the game as Parkwood Rangers won 1-0 against Victoire Ladies.
Southern Region League
Ascot Utd stay as the leaders of Group A in the Subsidiary Cup despite not playing on Sunday, as Abbey Rangers and Woodley Utd battled out a 1-1 draw. Megan McGarvey was on target for Abbey, with Bethan Poole responding for Woodley in first half injury time.
Abingdon Utd meanwhile recorded a second straight convincing victory in Group B, Lauren May leading the way with a four-goal haul against Tilehurst Panthers. Tiana Russell-Cartwright and Molly Lygo-Jackson each weighed in with a hat-trick and Nell Boxall added a brace, with an Abbie Smith penalty and an own goal completing the tally.
Moneyfields won their opening game in Group C, 3-0 away to AFC Bournemouth CST Development. Kayleigh Tonks, Kim Whitcombe and Sheree Bell-Jack were the markswomen for the Moneys.
In Group D, Emma Whitlock scored an injury time winner, to add to an earlier own goal, as Southampton Women Res won 2-1 at Eastleigh, whose consolation came from Lucy Nightingale.
Lockdown Friendly Cup (South West)
Almondsbury made it two wins out of two in Group A as a solitary goal from Amy Jefferies gave them a 1-0 win from a tightly contested match with Chipping Sodbury Town, who stay in second place after the other match between Portishead Town and Oldland Abbotonians finished in a 2-2 draw. Shannon Holloway and Emily Edwards were the goalscorers for Portishead, with Oldland replying through Jade Scammell and Maddie Webb.
Bristol Ladies Union have maximum points in Group B following their 3-1 victory away to Frampton Rangers. Kayleigh Morgan scored twice and Mayca Jeffries the other, before Ellie Berrington grabbed a consolation for the home side. Frampton look set to be battling it out for second place with AEK Boco who ran out 5-1 winners over Downend Flyers in the other game. Lucy Atkinson and Shania Powell each bagged doubles for Boco along with Robyn Carpenter, Faith Flynn replying for Downend.
Post Lockdown Cup (West Midlands)
Crusaders opened up in Group A with a 3-0 victory over City of Stoke, whilst the other match between Sutton Coldfield Town and Solihull Ladies Utd was abandoned due to an injury.
Knowle have got off to a good start in Group B as they defeated Coundon Court 4-0. Joining them on three points are Coventry Sphinx who were 2-1 winners over Tamworth.


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