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 Women's Football Regional Premier London and SE News - 30 Apr 2021
East Midlands League
Mansfield Town made it two wins out of two in Group A of the Trevor Clifton Trophy when goals from Harriet Heaney, Natasha Leach, Jessica Parker and Shannon Purdy gave them a 4-0 success away to Sherwood FC Women. They lead by two points from Notts County Development, who defeated Arnold Eagles 2-0 thanks to a double from Sophie Howe.
Derby County Academy lead the way in Group B after Anya Bourne, Isabella Mauro and an own goal gave them a 3-1 win away to Rise Park, who replied through Jessica Waplington. Rosanna Frith-Salem, Larissa Mellor and Amy Pownall scored the goals as Loughborough Students had come from two behind to win 3-2 against Notts County, for whom Nya Chambers netted twice.
Northampton Town hold onto the leadership of Group C, they won 3-1 at Thrapston Town on Tuesday night to stay ahead on goal difference from Peterborough Utd, who defeated Oadby & Wigston 5-3 thanks to a Hannah Pendred hat-trick, Kier Perkins and Hollie Lewis.
The two teams at the top of Group D met each other and the spoils were shared as Chesterfield drew 2-2 with Rotherham Utd. Bradie Wild netted both goals for Rotherham who stay as leaders on goal difference. Oughtibridge WMSC are a point behind after beating St Josephs Rockware of Worksop 7-1. Laura Cain and Millie Kenyon each bagged doubles, with one apiece from Jenny Selman, Jennifer Pearson and Emily Fowler.
Beaumont Park continue to set the pace in Group E and have a three point lead after Carmelina Colangelo and Tahli Spence were on target in their 2-1 success at AFC Leicester. Clair Dolman (2) and Ceara Toal were the scorers for Coalville Town Ravenettes in their 3-3 draw with Leicester City Ladies, whose replies came from Jordan Aitchison, Mary Ann Mason and Megan Thacker.
Group F is the first one to be decided, with Lincoln Utd taking top spot by winning 4-0 at Sleaford Town. Stephanie Powell, Tracey Duxbury-Mead, Lucy Farrow and Lauren Churcher accounted for Lincoln's goals.
Eastern Region League
Harlow Town are continuing to set a hot pace in Group B of the Challenge Cup, scoring eight times without reply past East Bergholt Utd. King's Lynn Town meanwhile notched up their first victory, 11-1 against Wodson Park.
Royston Town have moved to the top of Group C following their 4-2 victory against Bowers & Pitsea. Emma Slater (2), Amy Cooper and Gemma Croucher scored the goals for Royston, with Whitney Locke and Sarah Wilson replying. Royston lead on goals scored from Leigh Ramblers, who made it two wins out of two when beating Haverhill Rovers 5-2. Rhiana Castle, Bethany Cooper, Rebecca Dalgarno, Violet Pearce-Watson and Isabelle Wallings were all on target for Leigh.
There was also a change of leadership in Group D, where Wymondham Town took over after beating Luton Town 2-1, Freya Symonds and Hannah Waters were the markswomen for Wymondham. An own goal earned Colney Heath a 1-1 draw against Needham Market, who scored through Lois Balfour, before Needham triumphed 5-4 in the resulting penalty shootout.
London & South East League
Ashford Town (Middx) head the way in the Spring Round Robin Group A, after Ashley Cheatley (2), Alissa Down (2) and Phoebe Head saw them to a 5-3 victory away to Eastbourne Town. They lead by two points from Dartford who shared a 1-1 draw with Saltdean Utd. Nicha Dyett scored for the Darts, with Saltdean replying through a Naomi Robinson penalty. Dulwich Hamlet and Queen's Park Rangers each opened up their fixtures by sharing a 1-1 draw, Lucy Monkman salving a draw for Dulwich with an injury time equaliser after Ellie Searle had put QPR ahead.
Group B is only in its infancy but has Fulham in top spot after Megalie Mendes and an own goal ensured they defeated Clapham Utd 2-0. The honours were shared in the other group game, Denham Utd battling out a 3-3 draw with Hackney whose goals came from Clara Ould Aklouche, Jade Perrin and Natalie White.
In Group C, Sutton Utd opened up their fixtures with a 3-1 victory away to Whyteleafe. Olivia Watson, Jasmine Buckhurst and Mika Keen all scored to give Sutton Utd a winning start, whilst ‘Leafe's consolation came from Megan Smith.
Crawley Wasps Development Squad made it two 3-1 wins in a row in Group D, this time against Hassocks. Kaisha Lawrence, Priscilla Martins and Valeria Moreno were all on target for Crawley, with Mia Pordage replying. Holly Webster scored the only goal of the game for Parkwood Rangers as they also notched up their second win, at the expense of Newhaven.
Southern Region League
Woodley Utd and Ascot Utd go through to the quarter finals of the Subsidiary Cup after their group match ended in a 2-2 draw. Woodley twice took the lead through Rosie Page-Smith and Rebecca Gooch but Ascot - who are the winners of Group A - replied on each occasion with goals from Kelly Rideout and Alix Todd.
Oxford City join Abingdon Utd from Group B after a huge victory against the unfortunate Tilehurst Panthers which was spearheaded by a nine-goal haul from Jessica Biggerstaff. Alisha Johnson and Ellie White each netted four times along with doubles by Jessica Austin and Maisie Hastings.
Moneyfields are the winners of Group C after they won 4-0 away to New Milton Town, who join them in the last eight. Sheree Bell-Jack was on target twice for the Moneys along with Roxanne Lee-Stewart and Kim Whitcombe.
AFC Bournemouth CST won the Group D decider, 2-0 against second placed Southampton Women Res. Larissa White and Helen Corbin scored first half goals to see the Cherries to top spot.
Lockdown Friendly Cup (South West)
Bristol Ladies Union made sure of winning their group, thanks to a 5-1 victory away to Downend Flyers. Vicky Mundy gave Downend a first half lead which was cancelled out before the break by Hannah Price. Stella Gandee-Morgan then scored twice for BLU, the second of which came from the penalty spot, before Keira Morgan made it four and Madison Price rounded off the scoring with a long range strike. AEK Boco will end up in second place following their 4-0 win at Frampton Rangers. Lucy Atkinson put Boco ahead in the first half with a thumping strike from just inside the area and she added a second after the interval, along with Sasha Ferris and an own goal.
Almondsbury took top spot in the other group after they beat Portishead Town 3-1 with goals from Cydney Ramsey, who scored twice, and Sophie Mitchell.
Post Lockdown Cup (West Midlands)
Crusaders made it two wins out of two in Group A, thanks to a 1-0 success against Solihull Ladies Utd. Sutton Coldfield Town meanwhile made a winning start to their matches, beating City of Stoke 4-0.
Coventry Sphinx have built on their good start in Group B with a 3-1 victory away to Coundon Court, which keeps them on maximum points and three points in front of nearest rivals Knowle.


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