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East Midlands League
Long Eaton Utd have edged three points clear at the top of the Premier Division after they defeated Retford Utd 5-2. In the other game played, Shepshed Dynamo lifted themselves into third place on the back of a 5-2 success away to Heather St Johns.
In Division One North, Steel City Wanderers were unable to take an opportunity to return to the top of the table as they went down 2-1 at home to Rise Park, who climb into third as a result. Hucknall Town meanwhile moved out of the bottom two, thanks to a 4-0 victory over Arnold Town.
One match was played in Division One South, Raunds Town cementing themselves in the top half with a 4-3 victory away to Leicester Fosse.
Eastern Region League
Ipswich Wanderers have opened up a lead of six points in Division One North, after they ran out 5-0 winners over Cambridge Rangers. Hannah Weisser was on target twice along with Lauren Richardson, Georgie Tricker and Emma Goldsmith. Fakenham Town also won 5-0, against Huntingdon Town to move to within one point of second placed Thorpe Utd, who did not play, Shelly Woods hitting a hat-trick and Nicola Bray the other two. Great Shelford and Cambridge Women Res battled out a 3-3 draw, Alison Wright, Becky Taylor and Shavaun Barnum on target for the home side with the home side replying through Almundena Soria (2) and Sophie Hopkin. Bridie Hipperson bagged a hat-trick as Norwich City Res won 6-0 at Taverham, Hayley Peverley adding a double and Melissa Kersey also on the scoresheet. Whitton Utd continue to move away from the bottom places, beating Haverhill Rovers 5-1 thanks to a Jenna Liverpool hat-trick, Simone Scott and Sarah Gleed.
In Division One South, Hutton closed in on leaders C & K Basildon, moving to within two points of them as Leeanne Cox (2), Danielle Cliffe and Lucy Hudson gave them a 4-1 victory at Whitwell. Nicola Hollick netted a hat-trick and Giselle Subryan the other for Leverstock Green as they won 4-0 away to Hoddesdon Owls and Sawbridgeworth Town picked up their first league win, 5-3 against Royston Town. Hayley Graham scored twice for Sawbow with Wendy Rankin, Zoe Plant and Emma Hastings also on target.
London & South East League
Tooting & Mitcham Utd moved into second place in the Premier Division after they defeated Wandgas 12-2. Boreham Wood meanwhile won for the second week in a row, 7-1 at AFC Wimbledon and they are now out of the bottom three.
There was a change of leadership in Division One (London) where Kent Magpies climbed to the top with a 4-2 success away to Tower Hamlets. Kikk FC had started the day as leaders but they went down to a 3-2 defeat at West Ham Utd Development, who moved above them into second.
North East League
The solitary match played in the Premier Division produced plenty of goals, St Francis 2000 and York City battling out a 4-4 draw.
The top three in the Northern Division are now all level on points after Brandon Ladies ran out 5-1 winners away to Birtley Town. They stay in third place behind leaders Whitley Bay Res and Lumley.
Sheffield Utd Junior Blades are the new leaders of the Southern Division, going top with a 9-1 victory over Bradford City A. Castleford White Rose went second by winning 5-0 away to previous table toppers Rothwell Town. Leeds City Vixens Res follow on after they defeated Goole Town 7-1, while Ossett Albion kept up their challenge as they pipped Doncaster Rovers Belles A by the odd goal in seven. Wetherby Athletic won for the second week in a row, 3-2 against AFC Preston and they are heading towards a mid-table position.
North West League
The top two in the Premier Division did not play and this allowed Burnley Girls & Ladies to close the gap on them by winning 3-2 at Preston North End. Fletcher Moss Rangers also won, 5-0 over Bury Girls & Ladies, and they are now just two points off the pace. At the other end of the table, the bottom two teams met each other with AFC Urmston Meadowside emerging as narrow 4-3 victors over Wigan Ladies.
Blackpool returned to the top spot in Division One North, thanks to a 3-0 victory away to Whitehaven. Springfields (Preston) and Bolton Ambassadors are still seeking their first victories after they shared the honours but their meeting produced plenty of excitement as they fought out a 6-6 draw!
No changes in Division One South as the top three all recorded victories. Northwich Vixens produced an emphatic 19-1 win against Airbus UK to stay three points clear of Greater Manchester Police, 2-1 victors at Liverpool Feds Res, and Manchester Stingers who defeated Mossley Hill Res 5-0. AFC Liverpool came away from Winsford with a 2-0 victory and Macclesfield Town beat Glossop North End 3-0.
South West League
There was only one match played in the Premier Division on Sunday but it resulted in a change of leadership. Bristol Ladies Union defeated Chippenham Town 4-1 to go top of the table, Frankie Stone hitting a hat-trick with Alicia Bravo adding the other.
In Eastern Division One, Swindon Supermarine won 4-0 against Downend Flyers to go level on points with leaders Salisbury City, who did not play. Michelle Rich netted twice for the Wiltshire side along with Michelle Brown and Mel Bristow. Sam Crew and Charlie Grimes netted the goals as Cleeve West Town triumphed 2-0 at Cirencester Town to hold on to third place just ahead of Bishop's Lydeard, whose 3-2 victory away to Swindon Spitfires came courtesy of a Rosie Harper double and Tash Stephens. Nailsea Utd meanwhile lifted themselves off the bottom as a brace from Kate Lidington gave them a 2-0 win over Poole Town.
One match managed to beat the weather in Western Division One, Plymouth Argyle Res restoring their twelve point lead by scoring seven without reply past Charlestown. Aoife Aherne, Steph Beck and Ellis Hillman all hit doubles with Kat Marment joining them on the scoresheet.
Southern Region League
Shanklin are just one point off the leadership in the Premier Division after they ran out 4-1 winners away to Beaconsfield SYCOB. Wycombe Wanderers kept up their recent good form by scoring twelve without reply against Reading Ladies, a result which takes them into fourth place. University of Portsmouth continue to catch up ground on the top sides and their 2-1 win at Oxford Utd keeps them in contention.
Division One leaders Andover New Street were in F.A.Women's Cup action and this allowed Basingstoke Town to reduce their advantage to a single point with a 2-1 victory over Southampton Saints Res. Southampton Women meanwhile defeated Boscombe Albion 7-0 and are a further two points adrift. Henley Town won 3-2 against Chesham Utd Res to keep themselves just below mid-table.
West Midlands League
Dudley Utd power on at the top of the Premier Division and their 3-0 victory over Lichfield Diamonds sees them extend their lead to eight points from Allscott, who were held to a 1-1 draw by Wednesfield Town. Bradwell Belles moved above Cannock by beating them 4-3 and Hereford Phoenix were 2-0 winners over Kidderminster Harriers.
In Division One North, Kidsgrove won 2-1 away to FC Reedswood and are just two points off the pace. Wyrley Ladies also kept up their challenge with a 2-1 victory against Coseley Town. Bridgnorth Spartans moved further away from the bottom two as they beat Withymoor 4-2.
Leamington Lions continue to set the pace in Division One South, defeating Malvern Town 7-1 to stay two points ahead of Coventry City Development who won 3-1 against Southam Utd. Fairfield Villa remain in touch in third place after beating Rugby Town 5-0. Ferndale's 2-0 victory over Redditch Utd takes them into fourth whilst Knowle won for the first time, 3-2 against previously unbeaten Marston Green.
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