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Regional Leagues round-up…

East Midlands League

Northampton Town will go into the holiday break as leaders of the Premier Division after they defeated Notts County Women 3-0. Gracie Williams, Leah Cudone and Rachael Mumford all scored a goal apiece to help their team go one point ahead at the top. Lincoln Utd meanwhile stormed to a 10-3 victory over Rotherham Utd and are just three points off the pace, Abigail Murrell leading the scoring with a four-goal haul while Lucy Farrow (2), Sally Cairns, Demi Barai, Lauren Churcher and Amy Nelson were also on target.

In Division One North, Grimsby Town were unable to take an opportunity to take over as leaders when they were held to a 1-1 draw by Notts County Development, whose goal came from Ellie Kirk. Mia Allen netted twice and Phoebe Lonsdale the other as Grimsby Borough won 3-0 at Sherwood FC Women and Sleaford Town defeated Cleethorpes Town 4-1 thanks to Alice Hayes (2), Paige Wright and Hannah Lang.

Derby County Academy have gone six points clear in Division One South after scoring ten times without reply past Peterborough Utd Res. Holly Otter hit a hat-trick whilst Rosie Hunt, Steph Kingston and Amelia Towers all contributed doubles, and Laura Monk was also on target. Jayda Jenkins bagged a four-goal haul and Isabella Hodson added the other two as Nottingham Forest Development beat Kettering Town 6-2.

London & South East League

The only match to be played in the league on the weekend was in the League Cup, where Hastings Utd progressed to the quarter finals with a 5-2 victory against AFC Acorns.

North West League

Merseyrail Ladies have reopened their lead of five points, thanks to a 6-0 victory away to Wigan Athletic. Salford City Lionesses meanwhile received a setback to their challenge when they were beaten 3-0 by Fleetwood Town Wrens, who move into a mid-table position as a result.

Blackpool have edged a further point clear in Division One North following their 2-2 draw against Chorley Women Development. Aimee Shaw and Cloe Warbrick scored the goals for Blackpool, who have a two point lead over Blackburn Community SC. Workington Reds are a further point adrift in third after beating Morecambe Res 7-1, Hannah Green and Helen Wagstaff each scoring twice alongside Linzi Donaldson, Hayley Bracken and Chloe Henderson. The win takes Workington above Penrith AFC, who drew 1-1 with Penwortham Town. Preston North End were 2-0 winners away to Accrington Stanley and Sir Tom Finney edged out Carlisle Utd 3-2, thanks to a Rhiannon Davies brace and Scarlett Dawson.

The top of the table clash in Division One South went the way of Curzon Ashton, who defeated Chester FC Women 6-1 in order to take over from them as the new leaders. Hindley Juniors Women meanwhile won 5-2 against Wythenshawe Amateurs and lie in fifth, just ahead of Alder FC Women who were 2-1 victors over Northwich Vixens.

West Midlands League

Lichfield City sit three points behind league leaders Sutton Coldfield Town after they won 3-1 against City of Stoke with a goal apiece from Shelbie Cartwright, Lyndsey Ross-Baker and Natasha Lawrence. Kidderminster Harriers meanwhile edged out Coundon Court by the odd goal in seven, courtesy of a double from Becky Hall plus others from Sarah Lojko and Dani Selmes. Katie Priest (2) and Jennelle Thomas accounted for the goals as Lye Town beat Tamworth 3-2.

Shifnal Town have gone to the top of Division One North after scoring eight times without reply past Wyrley Ladies. Maria Bell, Amelia Higgs and Holly Bullock all scored twice along with Sian Bonner and Jada-Mia Lee. Third placed AFC Telford Utd drew 1-1 with Walsall Ladies, whose goal came from Jasmin Springer. Georgia Cox was on target for Darlaston Town in their 1-1 draw against Coventry City, who replied through Lauren Bailey-O’Toole.

In Division One South, third placed Kingfisher are just a point off the pace following their victory over Droitwich Spa. Chloe Barker-Duthie netted four times along with Lauren Pearson (2), Rebecca Ankcorn (2), Katie Edwards (2), Kellie Smith, Samantha Oliver and Sarah Daniels. Arshi Zahoor also scored four for Sedgley & Gornal Utd as they beat Cookley Sports 9-1, Nicola Finlay adding two with Abi Beady, Lucy Berridge and Olivia Lloyd completing the scoring. Westfields Women won 2-1 against Rugby Town thanks to Lauren Brown and Megan Holman.  

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