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 Women's Football Regional Premier East Midlands News - 7 May 2021
East Midlands League
Mansfield Town are the winners of Group A in the Trevor Clifton Trophy after winning 2-0 against Notts County Development. Natahsa Leach and Ellie Marshall scored second half goals to put them beyond the reach of their rivals. County finish in second place, just ahead of Arnold Eagles who defeated Sherwood FC Women 2-1 with goals from Demi-Leigh Crofts and Amy Gauvrit.
A goalless draw with Notts County Women means that Derby County Academy will qualify as Group B winners. Rise Park meanwhile finished off their group matches by winning 2-1 against Loughborough Students, thanks to goals from Katie Platts and Jessica Waplington.
The group decider in Group C went the way of Northampton Town, who took top spot with a 3-0 victory over Northampton Town. Gracie Williams gave Northampton a first half lead, before Leah Cudone contributed a brace after the break. Emma Aspinall, Yasmin Hilton and Sophie Tew were amongst the scores as Oadby & Wigston ran out 5-1 winners away to Thrapston Town.
Rotherham Utd have taken top spot in Group D on goal difference following their 6-2 victory against Oughtibridge WMSC. Nat Shaw led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Rachel Hale, Helen Lynskey and Amy Pollock. Chesterfield meanwhile defeated St Josephs Rockware of Worksop 4-2 but it was not quite enough, although they will still go through to the League Cup stage.
Beaumont Park made it three wins out of three in Group E, thanks to a 5-1 success away to Leicester City Ladies. Coalville Town Ravenettes have taken second place by beating AFC Leicester 2-1, Aleksandra Wawrzycka and Clair Dolman scoring their goals.
The final match in Group F saw second place on the line and it is Sleaford Town who go through with Lincoln Utd, after a goal apiece from Paige Wright, Jenny Hollingworth, Morgan Blackledge, Amy Bird and Verity Dixon gave them a 5-0 victory over Lincoln Moorlands Railway.
Eastern Region League
Cambridge City Development finished on top of Group A in the Challenge Cup, claiming their third straight win when beating AFC Dunstable 2-1, thanks to a goal each from Freya Goddard and Philippa Witherspoon.
Bedford Ladies maintained their 100% record in Group B, making it three wins out of three with a 3-1 success against Harlow Town. Mathilda Fidler was on target for Bedford along with Freya Hobbs and Hannah Meadwell.
Leigh Ramblers have opened up a lead of three points in Group C after they won 5-2 away to Stevenage Women Development. Rebecca Dalgarno, Molly Giles, Georgia Holdaway, Isabelle Wallings and Beth Cooper netted the goals for Leigh, with Melody Jones and Paige Pryor replying.
In Group D, Colney Heath notched up their first points when they defeated St Ives Town 2-0. Lily Hall and Nicola Puddick were the markswomen for Colney as they inflicted a first defeat on St Ives.
London & South East League
Ashford Town (Middx) extended their lead at the top of Group A in the Spring Round Robin to five points after they won 3-1 at Dartford. Ashley Cheatley, Jade Johnson and Chloe Farrell were on the scoresheet for Ashford, with Elizabeth Adams replying. Eastbourne Town meanwhile won for the first time, 2-1 against Saltdean Utd.
Clapham Utd are the new leaders of Group B following their 3-2 victory over Denham Utd. Letitia Campous-Lennon, Holli Demirel and Phoebe Layden all scored for Clapham who have a lead of three points at the top. Kiz Fergus netted twice and Zuzanna Wojtaszewska added the other as New London Lionesses opened up their group fixtures with a 3-1 win against Hackney, whose consolation came from Amy Nicholson.
In Group C, Ashford Ladies made it two wins out of two when they edged out Herne Bay by the odd goal in seven. Rebecca Wyatt hit a hat-trick for Ashford and Yasmin Howard added the other, whilst Bay responded with a Gemma Shepherd double and Kate Foster penalty.
Parkwood Rangers have taken over at the top of Group D after sharing a 3-3 draw with Hassocks. Zoe Evans, Connie Lewin and Jessica Watkins all scored for Parkwood, whilst Hassocks netted through Katherine Chappell, Jess Craig and Claire Stevens. Megan Cranford, Katie Young and Brooke Nicholson-Rogan were all on target as Lewes Foundation Squad won 3-1 away to Newhaven, who netted a consolation through Katie Franks.
Southern Region League
AFC Bournemouth CST booked their place in the semi finals of the Subsidiary Cup with a 5-1 victory against Ascot Utd. Abingdon Utd join them after beating Southampton Women Res 8-1. Kiera Isaac led the scoring for Abingdon with a hat-trick, Beth Hawtin weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Tiana Russell-Cartwright, Olivia Hazell and Abbie Smith. New Milton Town meanwhile advanced on penalties against Oxford City after the teams had shared a 1-1 draw. Olivia Bessant was on target for New Milton, with Ellie White replying for Oxford, before New Milton triumphed 4-3 in the resulting shootout. Moneyfields complete the semi final line up after scoring nine times without reply past Woodley Utd. Kayleigh Tonks and Sheree Bell-Jack each bagged doubles for the Moneys along with Ciara Boylan, Sophie Kingsley-Cabell, Roxanne Lee-Stewart , Kim Whitcombe and Kira Vallely (see match report).
Eastleigh are through to the Final of the Subsidiary Plate following a twelve-goal blast in their semi final with Tilehurst Panthers. Samantha Hide was on target five times and Lucy Nightingale contributed a hat-trick, with Amber O'Reilly, Manuela Naprta and Leah Shave also scoring. Eastleigh's opponents in the Final will be AFC Bournemouth CST Development, who defeated Abbey Rangers 3-1 thanks to Rosie Eden (2) and Terri Harvey.
Post Lockdown Cup (West Midlands)
Crusaders must wait and see if they are to finish on top of Group A after sharing a 1-1 draw with Sutton Coldfield Town. Crusaders have a lead of three points but Sutton will overhaul them on goal difference if they win their final match. That game will be against Solihull Ladies Utd, who won for the first time, 2-0 against City of Stoke.
It is a remarkably similar story in Group B, where Coventry Sphinx lead by three points following their goalless draw with Knowle who can win the group with a victory in their final game against Tamworth, who were 4-0 winners over Coundon Court in the other game.


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