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Regional Leagues round-up…

East Midlands League

St Josephs Rockware of Worksop moved up into fourth place in Division One North following their 3-2 victory away to Grimsby Borough in the only match to be played. Stacey Buxton netted twice and Hannah Storey added the other to hand SJR their fifth win of the season, with Laura Flecknor bagging a brace in reply for the home side.

Derby County Academy made it fourteen wins on the trot at the top of Division One South, thanks to a 5-0 win against Kettering Town. Rosie Hunt, Camille Jenkins, Kelsey Wragg, Mollie Newton and Amelia Towers all scored to help their team extend their lead over second placed Anstey Nomads to a huge twelve points. Third placed Oadby & Wigston meanwhile triumphed 2-1 away to Ilkeston Town, Lily Cocking netting twice with Jade Eaglefield replying.

Eastern Region League

Bad weather and County Cup duties meant that only one match was played throughout the entire league over the weekend.

In Division One South, Hutton moved themselves closer towards the top half of the table as they won 2-0 against Billericay Town Development, courtesy of a goal apiece from Amber Amey and Lauren Knight.

London & South East League

Millwall Lionesses and Worthing FC Women battled out a 3-3 draw which leaves the teams in fifth and fourth place respectively in the Premier Division. Millwall netted through Jordan Butler, Kaydence Kabadaki and Maisie Joyce, whilst Gemma Worsfold hit a hat-trick for Worthing. Denham Utd boosted their chances of climbing out of the bottom two by beating Aylesford 2-1. Millie Congerton and Annie Hewitt scored the goals for Denham, with Charlotte Cresswell replying.

Two of the main challengers to Division One South leaders AFC Acorns met each other and it was second placed Ashford Ladies who were 2-1 winners away to previously unbeaten Hastings Utd. Jodie Cain and Rebecca Janes netted the goals to inflict a first defeat of the season on the home side and narrow the gap on the Acorns to two points. Gemma Shepherd hit a hat-trick, with Lillian Tucker and Elena Brock adding the others, as Herne Bay defeated Bexhill Utd 5-0 to lift themselves up to third. Welling Utd meanwhile notched up a 4-0 success at Maidstone Utd thanks to a goal apiece from Sharna Giordani, Emily Clarke, Maddie Bone and Olivia McGregor.

North East League

Harrogate Town trimmed the lead of York City in the Premier Division when they won 3-2 against Wakefield Trinity. Hannah Freibach, Nat Eustance and Rebecca Wilson were all on target for Harrogate, with Chelsea Pilmer and Neve Renwick replying.

In the Northern Division, Chester-le-Street Utd moved themselves into the top three following a thirteen goal blast against Guisborough Town. Rebecca Hansen was on target five times and Holly Doogan bagged a hat-trick, with Jade Fenton (2), Sarah Hutchieson, Emma Hewett and Ellie Medd also getting on the scoresheet.

North West League

AFC Darwen moved up to fourth place in the Premier Division, after they won 4-2 against Wigan Athletic in the only match to be played. Sadie Mitchell netted two of the goals for Darwen along with Justine Wallace and Sarah Greenhalgh.

Curzon Ashton have stretched their lead at the top of Division One South to seven points with a 5-0 victory over Didsbury Ladies. Amy Smith bagged a brace for Curzon, with one apiece from Erin Longsden, Philippa Wakefield and Leoni Harland. Warrington Wolves Foundation are in second place, ahead of Northwich Vixens on goal difference, following their 5-3 win away to Hindley Juniors.

South West League

The top of the table clash in the Eastern Division went the way of Swindon Town Development, who were 2-0 winners away to Keynsham Town Res and this has given them a lead of six points. Charlotte Cowper gave Swindon a first half lead and Amelia Dudding sealed the points with a well taken second after the break.

One match was also played in the Western Division, Saltash Utd with a 3-2 success at Feniton. A win would have taken Feniton level on points with leaders Plymouth Argyle U23 but it was a Billie Swan double and Bethany-Ann Mitchell who gave the Ashes victory, despite replies from Amy Salter and Megan Williams.

Southern Region League

Moneyfields have gone five points clear at the top of the Premier Division following their 3-0 victory over third placed Ascot Utd in the only match in the division. Katie Shorter was on target twice for the Moneys along with Kirsty Pearce.

AFC Bournemouth Development are just two points away from clinching the Division One title after scoring seven times without reply past Milton Utd. Catherine Todd bagged a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Charlotte Eastman, Hannah Francis, Grace Morgan and Larissa White. Chichester City moved themselves to within a single point of third placed AFC Stoneham by winning their meeting by the odd goal in nine. Gabriella Hobday, Molly Jones, Charlotte Long, Katie Long and Mia Gardner were all on the scoresheet for Chichester, whilst Stoneham's replies came via an Alisha Buckingham brace, Jessica Treweek and an own goal. New Milton Town meanwhile missed out on an opportunity to go third as they were beaten 5-1 by Eversley & California. Rebekah Pantony and Megan Averill both scored twice for Eversley along with Joanne Harfield.

West Midlands League

Lye Town are four points off the top of the Premier Division, in third place, after a solitary goal from Caitlyn Walton gave them a 1-0 victory away to Tamworth in the only match played in the division.

The other match in the league on the weekend was in Division One South, where Rugby Borough and Westfields Women fought out a 1-1 draw. Suzzie Vango gave Rugby a first half lead, which was cancelled out after the break by Emily-Jane Simmons.