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Bowers & Pitsea took the honours on the opening day of the season with the biggest win in the Premier Division, scoring five times without reply away to St Ives Town. Whitney Locke had a great day with a four-goal haul, whilst Danielle Sillitoe was also on the scoresheet. Katie Knights, Laura Nicholls and Hannah Waters accounted for the goals as Wymondham Town started well with a 3-0 victory at Bedford Ladies. Grace Birchall meanwhile hit a hat-trick for Wroxham as they defeated Luton Town 4-2. Lauren Bullard added their other goal, with Luton replying through an Olivia Abraham double. Haringey Borough were 3-2 victors at King's Lynn Town thanks to Aaliyah Boyea (2) and Angel Craig-Tapper, Ella Gavaghan and Amy Magnus responding. A late equaliser from Sasha Manders meanwhile earned Colney Heath a 1-1 draw against AFC Dunstable, who had earlier taken the lead with an Emily Wilson goal.
Newly promoted Biggleswade Utd have got off to a great start in Division One North, beating Newmarket Town 3-1. Kayleigh Gray, Charlene Moreton and Tashai Simms were the markswomen for Biggleswade, with Katie Hayes replying. The spoils were shared at Whittlesey Athletic where the home side drew 3-3 with Needham Market. Annie Posnett netted a brace and Chelsea Burr the other for Whittlesey, while Needham scored through Lois Balfour (2) and Lina Nagib.
In Division One South, substitute Rebecca Dalgarno bagged a double for Leigh Ramblers as they defeated East Bergholt Utd 5-3. Georgia Holdaway, Isabelle Wallings and Chloe Wilkinson accounted for the other goals, whilst Elena Nitsche hit a hat-trick for East Bergholt but ended up on the losing side. Rebecca Edge netted twice for Herts Vipers Women as they won 2-0 away to Wodson Park and Roseanne Shafier was on target for Hutton in their 1-1 draw with Cheshunt, who replied through Frances Gamble.
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