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East Midlands League
Northampton Town went through to the quarter finals of League Cup after they won 5-1 away to Coalville Town Ravenettes. Georgia Tear put Northampton two goals ahead during the first half and after Clair Dolman pulled one back for Coalville, Leah Cudone, Bianca Luttman and Francesca Partridge all scored to take their side into the last eight. Anya Bourne scored the only goal of the game as Derby County Academy defeated Sleaford Town 1-0 and Chesterfield are the other team to progress following their 2-0 success against Notts County Women, Eleanor Abercrombie and Gina Camfield netting their goals.
The quarter final line up in the League Plate has also been confirmed, including Oughtibridge WMSC who beat Leicester City Ladies 5-0. Millie Kenyon led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was a goal apiece from Laura Cain and Emily Fowler. Brooke Chapell and Ashleigh Galley were on the scoresheet for St Josephs Rockware of Worksop as they won 2-0 against Lincoln Moorlands Railway, and Thrapston Town edged out AFC Leicester by the odd goal in eleven. Amelia Boddington netted twice for Thrapston along with Emma Robinson, Hannah Warren, Sophie Warren and Morgan Smart, Ella Needham hit a hat-trick for AFC Leicester but ended up on the losing side, whilst Jade Benford added the other two.
Eastern Region League
Challenge Cup Group C leaders Leigh Ramblers were beaten for the first time, going down 4-1 to Royston Town. Sammy Tinsley, with a double, Tally Miles and Charlotte South scored the goals to take Royston up to third in the group table whilst Leigh, who remain three points clear at the top, netted a consolation through Amber Denton. Haverhill Rovers make up a trio of teams on six points and have a game in hand on Leigh, following their 2-1 success away to Stevenage Women Development. Jenna Wright and an own goal gave Haverhill the points, with Sophie Davidson replying.
The other action in the league took place in Group D, where leaders Wymondham Town won 3-1 away to Needham Market. Rebecca Russell, Laura Nicholls and Natasha Youngs scored the goals to take Wymondham three points ahead at the top, whilst Needham's reply came from Jodie Sharp.
London & South East League
Group A leaders Ashford Town (Middx) did not play on Sunday in the Spring Round Robin and saw their lead trimmed to three points by Eastbourne Town, who were 5-3 winners away to Queen's Park Rangers. Shawna Harvey bagged a hat-trick for Eastbourne, with Ella Newman contributing a brace, whilst Rangers responded with a goal apiece from Melanie Hall, Kasha Petit and Tiffany Skinner. Dulwich Hamlet meanwhile defeated Saltdean Utd 2-1 thanks to Ella Bonner and Saskia Philp, with Chloe Evans replying. The result takes Dulwich into third place.
There has been a change of leadership in Group B with New London Lionesses taking over at the top, courtesy of a 3-1 success at Denham Utd. Kendal Drake, Kiz Fergus and Ariane Struckmeier accounted for the Lionesses' goals, Rachel Griffiths netting a consolation for the home side. Hackney meanwhile claimed their first win in some style, beating Fulham 4-1 with goals from Amy Nicholson, Lizzie Tucker, Kea Felix and Natalie White.
In Group C, Sutton Utd went level on points with leaders Ashford Ladies after beating Herne Bay 2-1 in the only match played. Faye Butler netted both goals for Sutton, with Harriett Chapman replying.
The two teams at the top of Group D met each other and it was Crawley Wasps Development Squad who emerged as 2-1 winners over previously unbeaten Parkwood Rangers. Natalie Stephenson and Priscilla Martins scored the goals which see Crawley take over as the new leaders, despite Olivia White responding for Parkwood.
Southern Region League
Moneyfields held their nerve to defeat AFC Bournemouth CST on a penalty shootout to go through to the Subsidiary Cup Final. A tightly contested semi final had been anticipated and this turned out to be the case as it ended goalless, before the Moneys triumphed 3-2 on spot kicks. Moneyfields' opponents in the Final will be Abingdon Utd, who enjoyed a much smoother passage as they won 4-0 away to New Milton Town in the other semi final. Nell Boxall gave Abingdon an early lead and Tiana Russell-Cartwright added two further goals ahead of half time, before Beth Hawtin rounded off the scoring in the second half.
Post Lockdown Cup (West Midlands)
Sutton Coldfield Town picked up the result they needed to ensure they ended up on top of Group A, winning 7-1 against Solihull Ladies Utd to take themselves above Crusaders on goal difference.
Coventry Sphinx are the winners of Group B after Knowle, the only team who could still have caught them, were beaten 4-0 by Tamworth. The result also means that Tamworth move above Knowle into second place after recording a 4-0 victory for the second week in succession.
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