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Regional Leagues round-up…

East Midlands League

Honours were even in the Premier Division top of the table clash on Sunday and Oughtibridge WM hold on the leadership on goal difference from Mansfield Town after the two teams battled out a goalless draw. The other game in the division also finished level as Rise Park and Loughborough Students shared four goals, with Katie Platts and Elizabeth White each bagging doubles respectively.

Arnold Eagles Flyers have gone to the top of Division One North following their 5-1 victory over Sleaford Town in the only match played. Natasha Leach was on target four times for Arnold and she was joined on the scoresheet by Hannah Hughes.

Olivia Edwards, Amelia Towers and Madeline Watkinson accounted for the goals as Division One South leaders Derby County Academy won 3-0 away to Peterborough Utd Res, to open up a three point lead for themselves. Hannah Phillip led the scoring with a five-goal haul as Loughborough Foxes Vixens notched up their first victory in style, beating Leicester Road 9-1. Katie Stone weighed in with a brace and the tally was completed by Frances Miller and Eleanor Warr.

Eastern Region League

Wymondham Town continue to lead the way by six points following their 6-2 victory against St Ives Town. Laura Nicholls, Rebecca Russell, Aimee Stretch, Hannah Waters, Natasha Youngs and Kyla Love all scored a goal apiece for Wymondham whilst second placed Royston Town were 3-1 winners away to Bedford Ladies thanks to Becky Charter, Anneliese Georgiou and Isabella Simmons. Bowers & Pitsea meanwhile defeated Haringey Borough 4-1 thanks to Georgia Fraser (2), Becky Shephard and Danielle Sillitoe.

In Division One South, Wodson Park registered their first league victory of the season, scoring five times without reply away to Billericay Town Development. Hayley Swords netted a brace, and she was joined on the scoresheet by Zoe Martin, Christie Seakens and Hannah Kelly.

Herts Vipers Women were 3-2 winners over Biggleswade Utd in the Second Round of the League Cup. Rachel Wall was on target twice for the Vipers along with Rebecca Edge, Charlene Moreton and Tayla Murray replying. Ammarah Ali, Laura Bunton and Rachel Daltrey all scored for Barking as they shared a 3-3 draw with Needham Market, who scored through Eleanor Catchpole, Molly Hall and Eloise Ward, before Needham triumphed 3-2 from the penalty spot.

London & South East League

A 2-2 draw with New London Lionesses was enough to take Dartford to the top of the Premier Division. Samantha Lanza Gabian and Jess Wadey scored the goals for New London, who would have gone top with a victory but remain in third place. Millwall Lionesses were 3-0 winners over Denham Utd whilst Sophie Humphrey, Rebecca Simmons and Katie Young accounted for the goals as Worthing FC Women won 3-2 away to Dulwich Hamlet, for whom Hermione Cruttwell scored both. Georgia Bridges, Millie Carter and Amy Sinden netted the goals as Saltdean Utd climbed off the bottom by beating Whyteleafe 3-0.

Walton Casuals are now just four points off the pace in Division One North following their 7-0 victory over Sport London e Benfica. Tiffany Skinner led the scoring with a hat-trick, Brooke Garcia weighed in with a double and there was one apiece from Nicola Saunders and Ellie Stalley. Natalie Cloy and Ciara Purdue were on target for Watford Development as they beat Brentford 2-1, Jodie Reid replying.

AFC Acorns have stretched their advantage in Division One South to five points after they defeated Meridian Ladies 3-0, with a goal each from Chloe Higham, Eleanor Killick-Bird and Sami Phillips. Ashford Ladies have gone level on points with second placed Hastings Utd following their 3-1 success against Bexhill Utd, courtesy of a Rebecca Wyatt double and Rebecca Janes. Grace Mayhead scored both goals for Maidstone Utd in their 2-1 win over Parkwood Rangers, to move them off the bottom of the table.

Division One North leaders Dorking Wanderers progressed in the League Cup as they won 8-1 away to Clapham Utd. Charlotte Keenan and Ishbel Zuurmond each scored twice for Dorking along with Xayla-Rae Alberts, Jasmin Baker, Bianca Underhill and Amber Clipperton.

North East League

Harrogate Town made up ground on the top two with a 5-2 victory over Wallsend Boys Club on Sunday. Emma Elliot hit a hat-trick for Harrogate, whose other goals came from Beth Jennings and Rachel McDonald. South Shields meanwhile defeated Sunderland West End 2-1, thanks to Caitlin Bates and Alex Miller.

Blyth Town now have a lead of three points at the top of the Northern Division following their 1-1 draw against third placed West Allotment Celtic. Shannon Carlin was on target for Blyth, with Gabrielle McConnell replying. Norton & Stockton Ancients Res meanwhile netted eleven times without reply past Prudhoe Town, spearheaded by a six-goal haul from Sacha Millward. Louise Atkinson contributed a hat-trick and the total was completed by Jess Tucker and Elena Purcifer.

The top of the table clash in the Southern Division went the way of Hull Utd, who defeated York RI 4-0 to replace them as leaders on goal difference. Lauren Tate, Amy Ward, Emma Smith and Eleanor Robinson accounted for Hull's goals. Barnsley FC Ladies climbed up to third place as they won a high scoring match 7-4 away to Farsley Celtic Juniors, for whom Sarah Lawn hit a hat-trick in a losing cause. Millmoor Juniors Ladies were another team to move themselves up the table after Demi Adams (2) and Delia Hurdiss saw them to a 3-1 success away to Wakefield Trinity U23.

North West League

In the only match to be played in the Premier Division on Sunday, Tranmere Rovers narrowed the gap on leaders Merseyrail Ladies to two points with a 3-1 victory against Fleetwood Town Wrens.

Division One North leaders Blackpool went down to a 4-1 defeat at the hands of Haslingden, who recorded their sixth straight victory and are starting to make up ground on the leading teams. A win would have seen Blackburn Community SC take over at the top but they remain in second place after drawing 2-2 with Penrith AFC, who stay four points adrift in third. Accrington Stanley moved themselves further away from the bottom three places, thanks to a 1-0 victory over Chorley Women Development.

With leaders Chester FC Women not having a game, Curzon Ashton took the opportunity to close the deficit on them to three points by beating West Kirby 12-1 in Division One South. Northwich Vixens meanwhile shared a 1-1 draw with Hindley Juniors and are two points further behind in third. Altrincham celebrated their first win and points of the season, courtesy of a 2-0 success away to Alder FC Women.

South West League

Wootton Bassett Town have moved into the top three in the Premier Division after they defeated Marine Academy Plymouth 6-1. Libby Davies was on target four times along with Lisa Coe and Amber Egerton. Forest Green Rovers meanwhile won 4-1 against Middlezoy Rovers, courtesy of a Charlie Rowlands hat-trick and Hattie Jones.

Almondsbury replaced Frampton Rangers in second place in the Northern Division table as they won their meeting 2-1 at The Field. Zoe Hales and Amy Jefferies scored the goals for 'Bury, with Gabby Menghini replying. Faith Flynn meanwhile bagged a hat-trick for Downend Flyers in their 6-3 victory over Weston Mendip. Alice Baker and Beth Pitman added the others along with an own goal, whilst Charlotte Suktem scored all three for Mendip. Oldland Abbotonians are starting to find their best form and they made it two wins on the trot with a 2-1 success away to Weston-super-Mare. Amy Street and Charlotte Nunley netted for Oldland, whilst the home side's consolation came from Natasha Crew.

In the Eastern Division, Paulton Rovers are in the top three following their 4-1 victory over Frome Town. Alex Gwyther scored twice for Paulton along with Tracey Rouemaine and Enya Wilkinson, with Keira-Leigh Underhill replying.

One match was also played in the Western Division, Feniton lifting themselves up to second place as they edged out Liverton Utd by the odd goal in seven. Brittany Harris netted two of their goals, along with Abi Breban and an own goal.

Southern Region League

Abingdon Town are five points off the pace after scoring eleven times without reply against Winchester City Flyers. Chloe Ball netted four times whilst Zoe Barnes, Charlotte McGrath and Annie Northwood each contributed doubles, with Abigail King completing the scoring. Eve Blake and Amelia Martins scored for Oxford City in their 2-2 draw with Eastleigh, who netted through Catherine Browning and Kau'Inohea Taylor, and goals from Nicole Brown and Sarah Leonard gave Ascot Utd a 2-0 win away to Woodley Utd.

AFC Bournemouth Development further extended their Division One lead to five points with a 7-1 victory over Eversley & California. Hannah Hughes was on target twice along with Charlotte Eastman, Rhiannon Short, Samantha Humphries and Catherine Todd. AFC Stoneham also won 7-1 away to Abbey Rangers and this has taken them into second place. Pearl Mortimer netted four times and Jade Hockey added the other as New Milton Town defeated Woking Ladies 5-0.

Abingdon Utd made it through in the League Cup with an 8-1 victory against Wycombe Wanderers. Lauren May netted two of the goals and she was joined on the scoresheet by Charlotte Deeley, Molly Lygo-Jackson, Lindsay Pinker, Abbie Smith and Tiana Russell-Cartwright. Rosie Eden scored the only goal of the game for Bournemouth Sports as they won 1-0 away to Chichester City.

West Midlands League

Goals from Imogen Fisher and Niamh Deasy gave Sutton Coldfield Town a 2-0 victory over Lye Town which takes them three points clear at the top of the Premier Division. Lichfield City moved up into second by winning 2-1 at Tamworth, Donna Millward and Natasha Lawrence scoring their goals. Emma Collins was on target for Worcester City in their 1-1 draw against Coventry Sphinx, who replied through Helina Phillips.

Shrewsbury Town are the new leaders of Division One North, following their 5-1 success away to Port Vale. Madison Jones (2), Zoe Child, Shannon McShane and Jessica Walley were the Shrews' markswomen. Walsall Wood also won 5-1 against Darlaston Town, Grace Field and Rosie Hargreaves each hitting doubles with Tayler Davies adding the other. Aaliyah Shearer netted both goals for Walsall Ladies in their 2-1 victory at Coventry City.

In Division One South, Leamington Lions have gone level on points with leaders Solihull Sporting after beating Rugby Borough 3-0 with goals from Sarah Costa, Kitty Jones and Annabelle Williams. Knowle follow on in third, they won 3-1 against Rugby Town thanks to Jessica Barlow, Lucy Horsburgh and Demi-Lee Rolph. Lucy Berridge scored a hat-trick along with Arshi Zahoor (2), Abi Beady (2) and Chloe Teague for Sedgley & Gornal Utd in their eight-goal victory at Droitwich Spa whilst Emily Price and Scarlett Teague gave Westfields Women a 2-1 win over Cookley Sports.