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 Women's Football Regional Premier North West News - 17 Sep 2021
 
Eastern Region League
Wroxham have opened up a lead of three points at the top of the Premier Division after they won 4-1 away to St Ives Town. Grace Birchall hit a hat-trick and Lauren Bullard the other to give Wroxham a fifth straight win, while Tia Everdell replied for the home side. Talisa Bruton, Sophie Dowman and Georgia Fraser all scored as third placed Bowers & Pitsea shared a 3-3 draw with Bedford Ladies, for whom Natasha Fensome scored a hat-trick. Emma Slater (2), Isabella Simmons and Charlotte South accounted for the goals as Royston Town won 4-1 against Colney Heath, whose consolation came from Grainne Kellett, and King's Lynn Town edged out AFC Dunstable by the odd goal in five thanks to Jodie Hopkins-Duckhouse, Lily Porter and an own goal.
 
Leigh Ramblers have gone level on points with Division One South leaders Herts Vipers Women after a goal from Kate Newton gave them a 1-0 win away to Barking. Megan Kelly and Rosy Woodhams scored for Wodson Park as they got off the mark with a 2-2 draw against Hutton, who shared the points for the third time via a double from Hayley Critchell. East Bergholt Utd meanwhile won for the first time, beating Billericay Town Development 6-1 thanks to Elena Nitsche (2), Kira Wealls (2), Jessica Quinsee and Jessica Oxlade.
 
London & South East League
Ashford Town (Middlesex) continue to stretch the early pace in the Premier Division after winning 4-2 against New London Lionesses. Ashley Cheatley netted twice along with Alissa Down and Chloe Farrell to give Ashford a fourth straight win, with Samantha Lanza Gabian and Jess Wadey replying. They head the table by three points from Dartford, who ran out 4-1 victors away to Denham Utd. Dulwich Hamlet made it two wins out of two when beating Saltdean Utd 3-0 courtesy of Sophie Manzi, Lucy Monkman and Asia Brown, whilst a Lydia Wills double and Alice Grandpierre earned Aylesford a 3-1 success at Whyteleafe, whose consolation came from Ellie Pace. Hannah Hewlett and Katie Young scored the goals as Woking Ladies triumphed 2-1 over Fulham FC Women, for whom Magalie Mendes replied.
 
Dulwich Hamlet Res stay two points ahead at the top of Division One North, thanks to a 2-0 win away to Sport London e Benfica in which Helen Bellfield and Chanel Richards scored. Second placed Dorking Wanderers scored six times without reply past Watford Development, Sarah Chapman netting a hat-trick along with Charlotte Crook, Tanya Dady and Charlotte Keenan. Francesca Cagetti and Lizzie Tucker were on target for Hackney as they shared a 2-2 draw with unbeaten Brentford, whose replies came from Kara McMahon and Sophie Troth. Walton Casuals claimed their first win of the season, 6-2 away to Clapham Utd. Ellie Stalley bagged a hat-trick for Walton, with Brooke Garcia (2) and Lauren Nicholson adding the others, whilst Letitia Campous-Lennon scored both goals for Clapham.
 
There was a change in leadership in Division One South, which resulted from the only match that was played. Ashford Ladies went to the top of the table after a double from Rebecca Janes gave them a 2-1 victory away to Newhaven, who replied through Paige Ripley.
 
North East League
One match was played in the league on Sunday, in the Premier Division at Wakefield Trinity where the home side battled out a 2-2 draw with Sunderland West End. Neve Renwick and Danielle Biglin netted the goals for Wakefield as they picked up their first point of the season whilst for West End, Allison Ferris and Kristen Whitfield both scored to bring a result which sees them go to the top of the fledgling table.
 
North West League
Tranmere Rovers' promising start to the new season continued as they ran out 7-1 winners away to Morecambe. This means they lead the early table on goal difference from two other teams; Cheadle Town Stingers who won 2-1 at Wigan Athletic and Merseyrail Ladies, 3-2 victors over West Didsbury & Chorlton. Fleetwood Town Wrens defeated Mossley Hill 4-0 and are two points off the pace whilst AFC Darwen claimed their first victory, 2-1 against Crewe Alexandra.
 
Blackpool have made it two wins out of two in Division One North and are the early pacesetters after beating Accrington Stanley CT 6-0. Emily Cardwell netted two of the goals and the others came from Aimee Shaw, April Oldfield, Molly Kelly and Minnie Rogers. Chorley Women Development meanwhile registered their first victory of the season, 5-0 against Morecambe Res.
 
One match took place in Division One South, at Chester FC Women where the home team scored ten times without reply against Altrincham. The win for Chester, their first of the season, leaves them in first place due to a superior goal difference.
 
South West League
AFC St Austell kept up their good start in the Premier Division, Charlotte Whitmore leading the scoring with a hat-trick as they beat Forest Green Rovers 6-1. Lucy Solloway added two for the Cornish side and Isobel Berks was also on target, with Charlie Rowlands replying. They jointly head the table with an identical record with Sherborne Town who inflicted a second successive defeat on Marine Academy Plymouth, this time a four-goal haul from Gemma Mountain and an Olivia Watts double earning them a 6-0 win. Torquay Utd and Ilminster Town occupy the next two positions after their meeting finished in a 2-2 draw. Ellie Bishop and Helen Kukor scored the goals for Torquay, whilst Colette Martin and Jodi Cornwall netted for Ilminster who are in third. Wootton Bassett Town started their season by winning 5-1 against Middlezoy Rovers. Libby Davies hit a hat-trick along with Lisa Coe and Hannah Gulliver, with Middlezoy's consolation coming from Chloe Snook.
 
In the solitary match played in the Northern Division, Bristol Ladies Union notched up their second straight win and head the table after beating Weston Mendip 5-2. Beth Poore bagged a brace for Union with Hannah Price, Madison Price and Ruby Saunders contributing the others, whilst the home side replied through Laura McCarthy and Charlotte Suktem.
 
Helston Athletic recorded their first win of the season in the Western Division and this was enough to see them sit on top of the early table on goal difference. Eve-Charlotte Moore and Abigail Locke were on the scoresheet as Helston defeated Plymouth Argyle U23 2-0. Helena Ruffles netted twice along with Hannah Drummond and Charlotte Jeffery as Liverton Utd won 4-2 away to Saltash Utd, whose goals came from Nicola Champion and Yasmin Franklin.
 
Southern Region League
Moneyfields continued their strong start to the new season with a 7-0 victory against Oxford City. Emma Pinner netted four of the goals and the others came from Sheree Bell-Jack, Roxanne Lee-Stewart and Kim Whitcombe for the Moneys who lead on goal difference from Abingdon Utd, 3-0 winners over Abingdon Town in their local derby thanks to Nell Boxall, Beth Hawtin and Tiana Russell-Cartwright. Georgia Luckhurst-McCord and Georgia Bowers accounted for the goals as Ascot Utd defeated Woodley Utd 2-0 and Eastleigh were 2-0 victors at Wycombe Wanderers, courtesy of a double from Sarah Bradshaw.
 
New Milton Town are the early leaders in Division One following their 4-0 win over Milton Utd, given to them by a Pearl Mortimer hat-trick and Regan Warner. Bournemouth Sports sit second after winning 3-0 at Eversley & California, goals coming from Lauren Brewer, Becky Miles and Sian Tilly. AFC Bournemouth Development opened up their campaign with a 3-1 success at Southampton Women Res, Faith Small, Catherine Todd and Samantha Humphries all scored a goal apiece.
 
West Midlands League
Tamworth continue to lead the early table in the Premier Division after they edged out Crusaders by the odd goal in seven. Ellen Martin, Rebecca Milner, Olivia Woolston and Aimee Taylor all scored, with Rachael Dyson (2) and Paige Leonard replying. Sutton Coldfield Town sit in second after winning 4-0 at Kidderminster Harriers, thanks to a Niamh Deasy brace, Jamie-Leigh Fowler and Sophie Levick. Caitlyn Walton (2) and Sian Johnson gave Lye Town a 3-2 win over Redditch Utd, for whom Nieve Newman netted both, and Stourbridge complete a quartet on six points after an Alex Nicklin goal gave them the points at Lichfield City. Ashleigh Simms grabbed the only goal of the game for Coventry Sphinx in their 1-0 victory over City of Stoke and Worcester City won 2-0 at Coundon Court with strikes from Lauren D'oyen-Fitchett and Elspeth Hill.
 
One match was played in Division One South, Isabelle Haigh scoring a hat-trick for Solihull Sporting as they defeated Westfields Women 8-0. Naomi Melbourne added two and the total was completed by Angel Scandrett, Lauren Smith and Kerry Woodall.
 

 

 
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