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 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 17 Sep 2021
Middlesbrough won 5-0 at Bradford City and are the only team with maximum points from their opening two matches in the Northern Division. Kerri Heslop, Emily Marsh, Abby Robson, Hannah Robson and Phoenix Sykes all scored a goal apiece for 'Boro. Second placed Huddersfield Town shared a 2-2 draw with Chorley, Sian Gibrill-Keating and Falone Sumaili were on target for Town. Jasmine Elliott-Wood (2), Lucy Jamieson and Zoe Norton accounted for the goals as Durham Women began their season by beating Stockport County 4-2, likewise Hull City won 2-1 at Barnsley thanks to a brace from Jennifer Randall. Leeds Utd meanwhile edged out Brighouse Town by the odd goal in eleven, Mia Moorhouse and Katie Astle each netting twice along with Abbie Langstaff and Emily Sykes.
Wolverhampton Wanderers head the Midland Division table after an eleven goal blast against Leicester City. Lauren Riley was on target four times and Shelbie Cartwright contributed a further three, with Chloe Shirley, Harriett Wellings, Beth Grady and Daisy Wickett completing the scoring. Nottingham Forest claimed a second straight win when beating Solihull Moors 3-0 thanks to Jessica Abdy, Cameron Farthing and Devonn Cousins. Sophie Taylor hit a hat-trick as Stoke City became the third team on six points following their 10-1 success away to Bedworth Utd. Ava Suckley and Kerri Brown each bagged braces and there was one each from Polly Barrow, Jodie Foxhall and Alicia Hatton. Lincoln City meanwhile defeated Long Eaton Utd 8-1, Stacey Buxton finding the net six times along with Lauren Cassin and Madison Green. Emily Brett (2), Frances Miller (2), Asante Khamula and an own goal ensured that Loughborough Lightning won 6-0 against Sporting Khalsa and West Bromwich Albion were 3-1 winners at Doncaster Rovers Belles with Amelia Davies, Hannah Gallimore and Olivia Stubbs all on the scoresheet.
In the South East Division, Watford scored seven times without past Stevenage Women, Ronnell Humes and Adenya Henry each netting twice along with Martha Eason, Summer Roberts and Assia Fatri. Leoni Miceli bagged a four-goal haul and Sophie Bolton added the other as Milton Keynes Dons won 5-0 at Norwich City and Cambridge Utd edged out West Ham Utd by the odd goal in seven, courtesy of a Tabitah Brignell hat-trick and Niamh Day.
Enfield Town stay as early leaders of the South Central Division after a Leah Littlechild double and Sian Bah gave them a 3-2 win away to AFC Wimbledon. They remain top on goal difference from Charlton Athletic who also won 3-2 against Crawley Wasps thanks to Mary Bashford, Lily-Mae Hillier and Tiffany Balfour. Crystal Palace meanwhile picked up their first victory, beating London Bees 5-0.
Sky Bedwell scored the only goal of the game as Southampton FC Women won 1-0 away to Chichester & Selsey to go to the top of the South West Division. London City Lionesses defeated Oxford Utd 2-1 courtesy of a goal apiece from Sandeep Tak and Francesca Tilbury. Amber Coates netted both goals as Keynsham Town drew for the second time, 2-2 against Portsmouth.

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