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East Midlands League
Mansfield Town were unable to take an opportunity to take over the leadership of the Premier Division when they went down to a 2-1 defeat away to Rolls Royce Leisure. Mansfield stay in third, one place ahead of Sandiacre Town who were 1-0 winners over Peterborough Azure.
Only one match was played in Division One North, OOH Lincoln A winning 4-1 at Arnold Town to go into fourth place.
In Division One South, Hinckley Utd extended their lead at the top to four points with a 2-1 victory at Raunds Town. Daventry Town moved into third place by beating Sleaford Town 8-4 whilst Oadby & Wigston edged out Kingsthorpe by the odd goal in five.
Eastern Region League
Premier Division table toppers Peterborough remain three points clear but went down to a 3-2 defeat at home to Haringey Borough, who move into second. Aishah Bolaji, Marianne Sheena and Samuella King were all on target for Haringey. Cambridge University meanwhile caught up ground on the leading teams as they defeated Bedford Ladies 2-1 thanks to Leesa Haydock and Ashley Winslow.
The Division One North table has been re-calculated following the resignation of Yaxley but Sunday was not a good day for the leading sides. Leaders Cambridge Rangers were beaten 2-0 at home by Huntingdon Town, for whom Joanne Bull and Sarah Gee were on target, but they stay one point ahead after nearest rivals Norwich City Res lost 7-1 at Histon Hornets. Laura Spaxman bagged a hat-trick for Histon, whose other goals came from Nina Witteridge, Sophie Hopkin, Emily Mynott and Hollie Dare.
Only one match was played in Division One South but it resulted in a change of leadership, Arlesey Town going top of the table after a 13-0 victory over Leighton Linslade. Katerina Hamplova led the scoring for Arlesey with a seven-goal haul, Sarah Tayler weighed in with a hat-trick, Lisa Brown netted a double and Sophia Pidgeon was also on target.
London & South East League
In the only game to be played in the league on Sunday, Littlehampton Town moved into fourth place in the Premier Division, thanks to a 7-2 victory over AFC Wimbledon.
North East League
Durham City emerged as 3-1 winners against Lumley from the top of the table clash in the Northern Division. The result means that Durham have now opened up a lead of seven points whilst Lumley slip into third on goals scored behind Birtley Town.
In the Southern Division, fifth placed Wakefield Res kept their challenge going with a 3-2 win away to Bradford City A, which leaves them eleven points behind the leaders but with three games in hand.
North West League
Mossley Hill extended their lead at the top of the Premier Division with a 2-0 victory away to Burnley Girls. They are now three points ahead of Chester City who drew 1-1 with fellow contenders Fletcher Moss Rangers. Preston North End defeated Leigh RMI 3-1 to go into a mid-table position whilst AFC Urmston Meadowside picked up an important 2-1 success against Wigan Ladies.
Brazil took over at the new leaders of Division One North on goal difference after beating previous table toppers Penrith AFC 4-2. Bolton Lads & Girls leapt back to form by scoring ten without reply past Warrington Town whilst Wigan Athletic netted three more when beating Burnley Borrowdale to remain just off the pace.
In Division One South, Liverpool Feds Res extended their advantage to four points following their 6-1 victory away to Buxton. Winsford moved into the top half by defeating AFC Liverpool and Macclesfield Town were 3-1 winners over Birkenhead.
One of the three outstanding Regional Cup First Round ties did manage to go ahead, Manchester Stingers progressing following a 4-1 victory over Blackpool Wren Rovers Res after extra time.
South West League
The top two in the Premier Division did not play on Sunday and this gave Frome Town the chance to close up ground by beating Taunton Town 6-2. Mel Sartain and Kate German were each on target twice, along with Cassie Powell and Tara Taylor. Weymouth joined the leading pack of teams with a
3-1 success at Chippenham Town, Georgia Rogers netting a double and Rosie Sharpe the other.
In the only Eastern Division match to go ahead, Cleeve West Town defeated Swindon Spitfires thanks to Charlie Grimes, Alice Cook and Lizzie Barratt.
West Midlands League
Allscott moved off the bottom of the Premier Division, thanks to a 3-2 victory away to Hereford Phoenix.
In Division One North, Bridgnorth Spartans' run of victories was brought to a halt as they were beaten 6-3 by Bedworth Utd, who climb up into second place.
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