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 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 9 Sep 2021
 
Huddersfield Town recorded the biggest win of the opening day in the Northern Division when they defeated Liverpool Feds 5-2, Macy Ellis and Falone Sumaili each netting twice along with Kayley Hird. Felicity Jones (2), Bethin Boyle and Katie Ormerod were amongst the goals for Middlesbrough in their 4-2 victory over Leeds Utd. Stockport County beat Bradford City 3-1 thanks to Georgia Johnson, Ellie Richardson and Elle Turner whilst an Imogen Porteous-Williams hat-trick earned Brighouse Town a 3-3 draw against Chorley.
 
In the Midland Division, Jemima Footitt hit a hat-trick as Nottingham Forest scored nine times against West Bromwich Albion. Poppy Scholefield (2), Naomi Powell, Niamh Reynolds, Sophia Bonser and Alice Higginbottom all joined her on the scoresheet. Leicester City defeated Doncaster Rovers Belles 9-1 and Wolverhampton Wanderers were 7-2 winners over Loughborough Lightning, courtesy of a Leonie Joyce hat-trick, plus doubles from Lauren Riley and Shelbie Cartwright. Louise Price (2) and Danni Smith accounted for the goals as Sporting Khalsa beat Lincoln City 3-1 and Stoke City won 2-1 against Solihull Moors thanks to Billie Jean Davies and Sophie Taylor. Jemma Marriott scored the only goal for Long Eaton Utd in their 1-0 victory over Bedworth Utd.
 
One match was played in the South East Division, Ciara Purdue netting a brace and Ella Hayes adding the other as Stevenage Women won 3-2 away to West Ham Utd.
 
Lisa Fulgence bagged a seven-goal haul as Enfield Town started off with an emphatic victory over Actonians Ladies in the South Central Division. Sian Bah and Katie Knell netted four and three times respectively, whilst Lauren Cann (2), Natasha Cohen (2), Rebecca McShane, Carla Perez, Ciara Craig and Lucy Loomes completed the tally. AFC Wimbledon were 4-1 winners away to London Seaward, meanwhile goals from Mary Bashford, Isabella Messore and Honor Norton gave Charlton Athletic a 3-1 victory over Crystal Palace. London Bees also made a winning start as they edged out Crawley Wasps by the odd goal in seven.
 
Southampton FC Women are the opening day leaders in the South West Division, Sky Bedwell bagging a hat-trick in their 6-0 victory over Portsmouth. Jess Tanner, Kirsty Whitton and Ellie Chaffe added the Saints' other goals. Anais Harris-Beechers (2), Erin Hartigan (2) and Samantha Wynne were the markswomen for Oxford Utd as they defeated Lewes 5-1. Bridgwater Utd were 2-0 winners over London City Lionesses whilst Amber Coates and Gracie Reed scored for Keynsham Town in their 2-2 draw with Chichester & Selsey, who replied through Broghan Collier and Carys Thornton.
 

 
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