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East Midlands League

League leaders Lincoln Utd returned to action on Sunday with a 4-1 victory at Anstey Nomads which keeps them eight points clear at the top. Ellie Gilliatt was on target twice along with Lauren Churcher and Olivia Smith. Jade Eaglefield led the scoring with a four-goal haul as second placed Ilkeston Town defeated Long Eaton Utd 8-0, Georgina Shaw contributing a brace and there was one apiece from Sophie Bain and Sophia Bonser. Eve Shaw netted the only goal of the game for Mansfield Town as they beat Basford Utd 1-0 to go third, just ahead of Rotherham Utd who were 3-0 victors at Dunton & Broughton Utd thanks to Jessica Broadhurst, Delia Hurdiss and Caitlin O’Callaghan.

A win would have taken SJR Worksop to the top of Division One North as they travelled to Sleaford Town but the resulting 1-1 draw means that Gainsborough Trinity keep the leadership. Emily Myett was on target for Worksop, whilst Sleaford netted through Paige Wright. Dronfield Town made up ground in third with a 2-0 success away to Oughtibridge WM, Charlotte Bennehan and Ruby Burns scoring their goals. Retford FC Ladies meanwhile won for the first time, 2-0 against Lincoln Utd Development with Emily North and Isabelle Thorpe on target.

Arnold Eagles restored their three point lead in Division One Central after a double from Natasha Leach gave them a 2-1 victory over Loughborough Foxes Vixens. With Nottingham Trent University not playing, Notts County Development took the opportunity to go above them into second as they beat Beaumont Park 7-4. Lily-May Jacobs netted twice for County along with Tia Richards, Seren Staley, Erin Timson, Anne-Sophie Bogongo and Olivia Bradley. Katie Rogers and Natasha Walker scored the goals as West Bridgford Colts won 2-0 against Sandiacre Town and Asfordby Amateurs defeated Sherwood FC Women by the same scoreline thanks to Hannah Green and Sarah Brown.

Amelia Boddington and Hannah Pendred scored the goals as Thrapston Town regained the leadership of Division One South with a 2-0 victory against Cardea Ladies. Previous leaders Northampton Town Development went down to a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Kettering Town, Abbie Brewin netting the only goal of the game to take her side up to third. Leicester City Ladies edged out Newport Pagnell Town 2-1 with strikes from Rachel Akinyemi and Beth Roberts, whilst Megan Smart hit a hat-trick for New Bradwell St Peter as they ran out 7-3 winners over Nuneaton Borough, Cara Brooker weighed in with a brace and the tally was completed by Alex Miller and Charlie Aldridge.  

Eastern Region League

With a number of their rivals on County Cup duty, Real Bedford took the chance to go even further clear at the top, extending their lead to thirteen points by scoring nine times without reply past King’s Lynn Town. Neve Mayes led the scoring with a hat-trick, Gemma Croucher and Izzy Crooks each weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Jasmine Ajayi and Amber Smith. Luton Town were the day’s other winners, Jess McKay and Elizabeth Sanders netting their goals as they defeated Barking 2-1, leapfrogging their opponents into fourth place in the process.

Harpenden Town have regained the leadership of Division One North after emerging as 2-1 winners from their top of the table clash with Dussindale & Hellesdon Rovers. Sophia Amanor and Chloe Dinsey were on target for Harpenden, with Victoria Leyer replying. Giselle Randall netted twice and Kelly Sutton the other as Wootton Blue Cross Lionesses defeated Biggleswade Utd Reds 3-1, whilst Mulbarton Wanderers were 3-2 victors against Fakenham Town thanks to Rebekah Lake (2) and Samantha Walker.

Watford Development have gone eight points clear at the top of Division One South after they won 3-2 against Wormley Rovers. Etta Sam bagged a brace and Holly Wilks added the other as Watford completed a quickfire double over their opponents. Lawford meanwhile defeated fourth placed Cheshunt 2-1 to close the gap on them to a single point, courtesy of two goals from Cate Jackson.

London & South East League

In the only Premier Division match to be played on Sunday, Dorking Wanderers dealt a blow to Ebbsfleet Utd’s title challenge by beating them 2-1. Olivia Watson scored both goals for Dorking, who move up to fifth as a result, whilst Lydia Wills netted a consolation for last season’s runners-up.

There was also a significant result in Division One North, where Dulwich Hamlet Res returned to the top of the table when they edged out Ashmount Leigh 3-2. Elisabeth Heyndrickx, Eleanor Kelly and Malinda Davies all got on the scoresheet for Dulwich, with Rosanne Fine and Chloe Bosher replying.

In Division One South, Montpelier Villa’s climb up the table was halted as they went down 2-1 to Hastings Utd, Brooke Nicholson-Rogan and Emily Cartwright netting their goals. Georgia Townsend scored the only goal of the game for Eastbourne Utd in their 1-0 success away to Steyning Town Community and Bexhill Utd claimed a second win in as many matches, Poppy Harrod netting twice along with Michelle Compton and an own goal as they defeated Hassocks 4-1.

North East League

League leaders Sunderland West End returned to action in winning form, beating Spennymoor Town 4-2 to preserve their two point lead. Allison Ferris, Tiegan Hutchinson, Siobhan Jones and Alex Ross all scored for West End whilst second placed Barnsley were 2-0 winners away to Hull Utd thanks to Madison Foye and Kirstie Nicholls. Wallsend Boys Club kept themselves in contention as they stormed to a 7-2 victory at Harrogate Town, Eleanor Regan and Michaela Sewell each netting twice along with Jessica White, Erin Donachie and Anna Wuerfel. Rebecca Hunt and Maria McKenna were on target for Bradford City as they beat Hartlepool Utd 2-0 and Alnwick Town were 2-1 winners over Redcar Town with Libby Rees bagging a brace.

Mia Lawrence-Kay led the scoring with a hat-trick, Niamh Boothroyd weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Ella West, Emmi Weiss, Niyah Dunbar and Mya Forgie as Northern Division leaders Sunderland U23 netted nine without reply past Wallsend BC Res to open up a lead of five points. Consett Ladies replace Wallsend in second after beating Thornaby Ladies 3-2, Steph Curry and Rebecca Hansen scoring along with an own goal. Olivia Black netted twice and Jade Halliday the other as Gateshead FC Ladies edged out Hartlepool Pools Youth by the odd goal in five whilst Bishop Auckland defeated Chester-le-Street Utd 4-1, courtesy of goals from Emma Wright (2), Beth Vasey and Jennie Harrison.

Alesha Gale, Crystal Lisle and Abby Watkinson all hit doubles as Millmoor Juniors Ladies won an entertaining match 6-4 against Altofts Ladies to go three points clear at the top of the Southern Division. With York City Development and Chesterfield battling out a goalless draw, York RI are now second following their 4-2 success away to Farsley Celtic Juniors, given to them by Katie-Jo Duckworth, Georgia Marsden, Lily Stancliffe and Jodie Langstaff. Debbie Hastings and Danielle Sidebottom scored the goals as Ossett Utd continued their improving form by beating Lower Hopton 2-0. Danielle Pinder bagged a hat-trick for Handsworth in their 7-0 victory over Harworth Colliery, Katie Jepson adding a brace along with Yasmin Bird and Kayha Williams. Sheffield Utd Community Foundation won for the second time, 5-1 against Ripon City with strikes from Evie Carr (2), Shanon Coughlan (2) and Tia Needham.   

North West League

Cheadle Town Stingers were 2-0 winners over Tranmere Rovers in the top of the table clash in the Premier Division, Georgia Plant and Avilla Bergin scoring the goals to take their side four points clear. Blackburn Community SC are up to second following a narrow 4-3 victory in their local derby with Darwen FC Women, Katie Matthews netting twice along with Ellie Rice and Hayley Wilford. Salford City Lionesses ran out 5-1 winners over Blackpool whilst Bury FC Women are in the top six after a Murron Alldread hat-trick and Sinead Nugent gave them a 4-2 win away to Curzon Ashton.

Mancunian Unity scored five times without reply past Radcliffe FC Women to open up an eight point lead in Division One North. Accrington Stanley shared a goalless draw with Preston North End but it has taken them into second, ahead of Penrith AFC Ladies who were beaten 2-1 by Haslingden. Chloe Ardin was on target for Bolton Wanderers as they shared a 1-1 draw with Morecambe and Fleetwood Town Wrens Res defeated Penwortham Town 2-0, thanks to Charmaine Cardwell-Wilsdon and Louise Stritch.

Division One South leaders Wythenshawe Women restored their six point advantage as braces from Olivia Dixon, Chelsea Flanagan, Grace Bradley and Beth Tattershall, along with own goal, saw them to a 9-0 win over Hindley Juniors Women. Second placed Runcorn Linnets lost ground when they went down 2-1 to Ellesmere Port Town. Olivia Hussey bagged a hat-trick, with Ashley Beard (2), Chantelle Dumbell (2) and Tessa Littler also on target as FC St Helens beat Litherland Remyca 8-2 and Poulton Vics scored seven without reply past Altrincham.  

The Alliance Design & Print Cup got underway with three Preliminary Round ties and Workington Reds produced an impressive 4-1 win away to Warrington Wolves Foundation with Beatrix Barber, Hayley Bracken, Sarah Smith and Holly Redmond all on target. Crewe Alexandra eased through with a 6-0 victory over Carlisle Utd and Chester FC Women also won 6-0 at Mossley Hill.

South West League

Bristol Rovers moved ever closer towards the league table as they ran out 4-1 winners away to Bishop’s Lydeard. Helena Costa, Zoe Fielden-Stewart and Laura Curnock were all on target for Rovers, with Anusia Rourke replying. Marine Academy Plymouth hold on to second place after Sam Drewery, Carmen Morison and Megan Boulton all scored in their 3-1 success at AFC St Austell, whose consolation came from Lily Chapman. Rhian Robbins (2), Annie Martin, Victoria Taylor and Hattie Jones were all on the scoresheet as Forest Green Rovers notched up a fine 5-0 victory at Liskeard Athletic and Sherborne Town kept their title hopes alive with a 2-0 victory against Frampton Rangers, Hannah Eglon and Becky Narramore scoring their goals.

AEK Boco continue to close in on Northern Division leaders Weston-super-Mare and are four points behind following their 5-2 victory away to SGS Olveston Utd. Lucy Atkinson and Aimee Clark each netted twice and Erin Read added the other, with Jess Dobbins and Rosanna Blacker on target for the home side. Bitton meanwhile were dealt a blow as they looked to move back into the top half when they were beaten 3-2 by Mangotsfield Utd. Emma Brown, Bryony Higgs and Lucy Werrett scored the goals to give Mangotsfield their second league win of the season, with Abbie Woodley-Marshall and Hayley Honeywell replying. Bristol Rovers Development also claimed their second victory, Freya Crawford and Lola Paul scoring their goals as they beat Downend Flyers 2-0.

Poole Town power on at the top of the Eastern Division and are now twelve points clear following their 4-0 success away to Shaftesbury Ladies, in which Emma King, Katie Marshallsay, Alice Fisher and Lauren Kelly all found the net. Toni Blenkinsopp and Lauren Phillips scored the goals for Stockwood Wanderers as they shared a 2-2 draw with Bath City Women, who netted through Abby Gray and Emily Dellow. Emily Screen bagged a brace along with Lucy Roberts, Charlotte Wilson and an own goal as Weymouth ran out 5-0 winners over Ridgeway Ladies and Frome Town defeated Purton FC Women 1-0 with a goal from Martha Peet.

Millie Everson scored the only goal of the game as Western Division leaders Saltash Utd won 1-0 against Feniton and this keeps them one point ahead of Helston Athletic, who replaced Ilminster Town in second place after Roxanne Cook and Eve-Charlotte Moore were on target in their 2-0 victory over Middlezoy Rovers. Tori Marks led the scoring with a five-goal haul as Sticker Women stormed to a 10-1 success against Bideford. Jodie Shipton (2), Kaitlyn Butterly-Reakes, Nicole Davies and Chloe Harris weighed in with the others, whilst Aimee Kingdon netted a consolation for the visitors.  

Southern Region League

Bournemouth Sports have gone back to the top of the league after winning 2-1 away to Badshot Lea. All of the goals came in the first half, Rosie Eden and Liane Folkenstern scoring for Bournemouth and the home side’s reply coming from Holly Montgomery. In the other game, Emma Newberry was on target for Wycombe Wanderers as they battled out a 1-1 draw with Woodley Utd, who had taken an early lead through Sarah Lawrence.

Long Crendon further extended their Division One North lead to five points when Sarah Harrison, Nicole Jacobs and Michelle Bailey gave them a 3-0 victory over Caversham Utd. They were helped by their two nearest rivals sharing a 2-2 draw, Madheeya Whitaker and Henna Hussain netting for Penn & Tyler’s Green and Wycombe Wanderers U23 netting through Mia Parkin and Daisy Thompson. Oana Filip scored the only goal of the game for Chesham Utd Development as they won 1-0 against Ascot Utd Res to stay just ahead of Kidlington Youth who were 2-1 winners over Abingdon Utd Development thanks to Kiera Isaac and Courtney Sumner. Grainne McNally, Lucy Casey and Violet Kingston-Wheeler were all on the scoresheet as Beaconsfield Town won 3-2 against Milton Utd.

Havant & Waterlooville are the new leaders of Division One South after a second half goal from Jodie Burchell gave them a 1-0 win at AFC Stoneham. They move above AFC Portchester who, despite a goal from Natalie Bavister, were held to a 1-1 draw by Bournemouth Sports Res who scored through Faye Hawkins. Helen Ogle, Sheena Nichol and Kaitlin Howard were all on target for Woking FC Women as they won 3-0 against Abbey Rangers.

In the League Cup, Eastleigh went through to the Second Round after a Siena Millen hat-trick, Sarah Bradshaw, Catherine Browning and Farrah Thompson saw them to a 6-1 victory away to Eversley & California. Warminster Town meanwhile won 2-0 at Winchester City Flyers with a double from Mia Blazey.

West Midlands League

Worcester City have regained the leadership of the Premier Division following their 6-1 victory away to Kidderminster Harriers. Olivia Mitcham scored a hat-trick, with Emam Congrave, Hollie Congrave and Jessica Fassnidge adding the others to take Worcester ahead of Lye Town, who shared a 3-3 draw with Lichfield City. Natasha Baptiste, Sian Johnson and Phillipa Butcher were all on target for Lye whilst Lichfield netted through Tilly Astell (2) and Shelbie Cartwright. Burton Albion head the chasing teams after Elisha Gourlay, Skye Larkin-Wright and Hajrah Mahmood gave tham a 3-2 win against Shrewsbury Town. First half goals from Jessica Lundie and Sophie Shale earned Coundon Court a 2-1 victory over Knowle whilst Shifnal Town defeated Solihull Sporting 3-1 with strikes from Jenna Boddison, Rebecca-Lee Bown and Nicola Mason. Coventry Sphinx meanwhile edged out Crusaders by the odd goal in seven thanks to a Kirsty Farnsworth double, Jodie McGuckin and Millie Webb.

AFC Telford Utd are the new leaders of Division One North following their 4-0 victory away to Leek Town Res. Romillie Evans netted twice for Telford, to add to earlier strikes from Abi Beady and Sasha Woodhouse. They head the table on goal difference from Walsall FC Women who defeated Lichfield City Res 5-0, Rhiannon Bate bagging a brace along with Mia Fellows, Chloe Astell and Devonne Barratt. Newcastle Town had started the day on top but were held to a 1-1 draw by Coventry City, Tegan Ansell scoring their goal and Keleigh Marshall-Welch replying. Olivia Mountford hit a hat-trick along with Macy Isherwood (2), Elissa Dockerty and Erin Moreton-Powell as Port Vale won 7-0 against Tamworth, whilst Walsall Wood were 3-2 winners over Coventrians thanks to Freya Green, Ruby Meeson and Tayler Davies.

Long Itchington held on to the leadership of Division One South by a point after Humera Ashfaq, Tyler Miller and an own goal saw them to a 3-2 victory against Redditch Utd. Redditch Borough remain one point behind, they defeated Bewdley Town 3-0 thanks to Millie Connolly-Heath (2) and Katie Notley. Hereford Pegasus head the chasing teams, they won 3-2 against Rugby Town whilst Georgia Marrett scored the only goal of the game for Droitwich Spa beat Worcester City Development 1-0. Leamington Lions came away from Sedgley & Gornal Utd with a 2-1 victory under their belts courtesy of Ella Ashley and Georgina Roebuck.  

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