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 Women's Football Regional Premier South West News - 11 Oct 2018
East Midlands League
Oughtibridge won 5-1 at Mansfield Town to move to within three points of Premier Division leaders Leicester City Women Development. Codi Melia led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Millie Kenyon and Laura Watton. They move above Peterborough Utd who were held to a 2-2 draw by Ollerton Town. Kier Perkins and Jessica Driscoll netted the goals for the Posh Ladies, with Charlotte Appleby and Shoniqua Barnes replying. Loughborough Students defeated Leicester City Ladies 4-2 thanks to Grace Stanley, Frankie Murray, Olivia Bramley and Morgan Murphy and they are up to fourth. Woodlands Ladies won for the first time, 8-0 against Eastwood Community. Jody Scott was on target six times and she was joined on the scoresheet by Amy Tipper and Lauren Wiggins.
Lauren Carter, Tracey Duxbury-Mead, Eleanor Spendlow and Toni McHamilton accounted for the goals as Division One North leaders Boston Utd won 4-1 at Hykeham Town. They head the table on goal diffference from Sleaford Town who beat Lincoln Moorlands Railway 4-3, Jessica Machin (2), Alex Saulter and Jade Welchh were on target. Ilkeston Town defeated Arnold Town 3-1 with goals from Millie Huckle, Jade Eaglefield and Georgina Williams, whilst Calverton MW belatedly opened up their season by winning 2-1 against Grimsby Borough, courtesy of a Hayley Brown double.
In Division One South, Helen Kelly netted twice and Ceara Toal the other for Loughborough Foxes Vixens in their 3-2 victory over Lutterworth Athletic, which takes them level on points with the top two. Notts County meanwhile won for the first time, 3-1 at Corby Town.
Eastern Region League
Brentwood Town kept up their run of good form and it has taken them three points ahead in the Premier Division. With nearest rivals Cambridge City and Acle Utd playing each other in the SSE Women's FA Cup, Brentwood took full advantage as Lauren Knight and Sophie Lovell gave them a 2-1 win over Colney Heath, who reply came from Nicola Hollick. Peterborough Northern Star have joined the leading clubs, they defeated AFC Sudbury 6-1 courtesy of Emma Pollard (2), Cassie Steward (2), Chanade Henderson and Bronwyn Mulheron. Bedford Ladies also won 6-1 against AFC Dunstable, Carissa Kaczorowski and Eden Kibron each netting twice with Jasmine Ajayi and Lily Eaton adding the others. Royston Town made it three wins out of three when scoring nine times past Haringey Borough. Rebecca Scott and Sammy Tinsley both hit doubles and the scoreline was completed by singles from Danielle Carty, Francesca Smithers, Charlotte South, Hayley Eldred and Georgia Gannaway.
Stevenage Ladies Res continue to set a very fast pace in Division One and they are now six points ahead following their 4-1 success away to Hertford Town. Daniela Martucci hit a hat-trick for Stevenage and Emily Schofield was also on target. King's Lynn Town are in second after edging out Hutton by the odd goal in nine, Jodie Hopkins-Duckhouse netting twice along with Oksana Imanalijeva, Emma Corbyn and Rochelle Woods. St Ives Town follow on after sharing a goalless draw with Hoddesdon Town Owls, whilst Newmarket Town and Lawford also finished level at 2-2. Molly Agnew and Laura Bailey netted Newmarket's goals, whilst Jasmine Cox bagged a brace for Lawford. Ipswich Wanderers meanwhile ran out 6-0 winners over Hatfield Peveral, Madeleine Fairbrother spearheading her team's first victory of the season with a hat-trick, Kristie Turner added two and Lina Nagib was also on target.
London & South East League
AFC Phoenix were frustrated in their efforts to catch up with the top two when they were held to a 3-3 draw by Fulham FC Foundation. Raquel Arevalo netted twice and Natalia Mann the other for Phoenix, whilst Fulham hit back through an Abigail Igbavboa brace and Michaela Gooden. Aylesford meanwhile moved above Fulham and out of the bottom two after they won for the first time this season, 1-0 against Parkwood Rangers thanks to a goal from Beth Hulme.
London Kent Football Utd opened up their League Cup campaign by beating Eastbourne Town 4-1 in their group match. Elizabeth Adams was on target twice along with Emily Hart and Danielle Harrison, Eastbourne's consolation coming from Georgia Tibble.
North East League
League leaders Harrogate Town got back to winning ways with a 4-1 success against Farsley Celtic which puts them three points clear in the Premier Division. Sophie Tinson led the scoring with a hat-trick and Elisha James was also on target. Durham Cestria have swept into second place after beating Hartlepool Utd 7-1, Lauren Robson bagging a hat-trick along with Chloe Ryan (2), Jess Clark and Jen Jennings. Tynedale complete the top three following their 3-3 draw with Wallsend Boys Club. Victoria Jayne (2) and Megan Watson netted for Tynedale, with Wallsend replying through a Samantha Deverdics brace and Jessica Hooper. South Shields made up ground by defeating York RI 5-1 thanks to doubles from Paige Lester and Dannika Purdham, Laura Howe adding the other, and Castleford White Rose moved off the bottom with a 4-1 victory away to Rotherham Utd. Lacey Lewis, Lauren Breen and Rachel Sherrard all scored for Castleford along with an own goal.
Sunderland West End made it five wins out of five in the Northern Division, they now head the table by five points following their 13-1 win against Prudhoe Town. Kay Mills, Alex Ross and Kristen Whitfield all hit hat-tricks whilst Allison Ferris and Nicole O'Hara each bagged doubles. Second placed Washington Association ran out 4-1 winners at Cramlington Utd thanks to Beth White, Rhianna Yeoman, Elle McCoy and Kimberley Watt. Consett Ladies made it three wins out of four when beating St Cuthbert's Ladies 3-1 with a goal apiece from Beth Wilson, Nicole McEvoy and Chloe Murphy. Catherine Johnston (2), Kirsty Armstrong, Jade Barrett and Stephanie Stafford netted the goals as Alnwick Town won 5-0 away to Norton & Stockton Ancients Res.
The top of the table clash in the Southern Division went the way of Ossett Utd, who won 1-0 against Barnsley Development with a goal from Chelsea Schofield, to open up a lead of four points over their opponents. A win would have taken Wakefield second but they were beaten 5-1 by Altofts Ladies, for whom Sophie Allen netted twice along with Nadine Bates, Hollie Betts and Nicola Smith. Emma Lansdall was on target four times as Harrogate Railway defeated York RI 7-2, Nicola Hadley (2) and Louise Donnelly joining her on the scoresheet.
North West League
Wigan Athletic won 5-3 against Sir Tom Finney and this has taken them level on points with Premier Division leaders Mossley Hill. Tranmere Rovers ran out 4-0 winners away to Manchester Stingers and this leaves them two points off the pace, as are Fleetwood Town Wrens following their 1-1 draw with Merseyrail Ladies. Accrington Girls & Ladies are out of the bottom three after they collected their second league win of the season, 1-0 against Penrith AFC.
Blackpool have opened up a lead of four points in Division One North as they ran out 3-0 winners over second placed Carlisle Utd. Blackburn Community meanwhile beat Crosby Ladies 11-2 and lie third, just ahead of Cammell Laird 1907 who netted eight times without reply past Burscough Dynamo. Penwortham Town defeated Morecambe Res 9-2 and Preston North End won 3-1 against Leigh RMI.
Division One South leaders Altrincham claimed their fifth win in a row, 4-2 against Northwich Vixens, to stay three points in front of second placed Curzon Ashton, who edged out Warrington Wolverines by the odd goal in seven. Liverpool Feds Res leapfrogged Chester FC Women into fourth place after beating them 2-0 and after four opening defeats, Wythenshawe Amateurs got themselves off the mark with a 3-3 draw against Stockport County Blues.
South West League
Bishop's Lydeard re-opened their Premier Division lead of three points, courtesy of a 2-1 victory over Ilminster Town. Abigaill Parr and Kayleigh Riley were on target for Lydeard, with Shannon Crouch replying. Keynsham Town Development went level on points with second placed Marine Academy Plymouth after Leilah King and Libby Sims gave them a 2-0 win away to Portishead Town. Callington Town made it two league wins on the trot when beating Forest Green Rovers 5-0, Lucy Jones netting twice along with Adele Brown, Amy Hemingway and Jodie Smith. Danni Wyatt bagged herself a four-goal haul as Torquay Utd defeated Downend Flyers 7-1, she was joined on the scoresheet by Eleanor Hellyer, Charlotte Dymond and Amber Evans.
Four teams are level on points at the top of the Eastern Division, still headed by Cheltenham Civil Service despite them going down to their first defeat of the season, beaten 1-0 by Frampton Rangers for whom Maddy Brown was on target. Swindon Spitfires occupy second place after Lani Dickinson netted both goals in their 2-1 win away to Wootton Bassett Town. Mia Blazey (2), Emily Martin and Katie Minty accounted for the goals as Trowbridge Town defeated Swindon Town Development 4-2 and AEK Boco, who would have returned to the top by avoiding defeat, are back in fourth after losing 2-0 to local rivals Oldland Abbotonians. Beth Dale and Jess Morgan were on target as Oldland won for the first time this season. Almondsbury continued their improving form by beating Laverstock & Ford 4-0, courtesy of a goal apiece from Samantha Kodola, Jess Bessell, Jamie Leigh Worlock and Zoe Youren.
Plympton Ladies have extended their Western Division lead to three points after Sam Metters (2), Shannon Workman (2) and Chelsea Robinson were their markswomen in a 5-1 victory over Weston-super-Mare. Plympton's two nearest rivals, Alphington and Plymouth Argyle Development, met each other and fought out a 1-1 draw. Sophie-Louise Simpson netted for Alphington, with Argyle replying through Alex Hugh. Bideford sport the division's other unbeaten record, which they preserved with a 5-0 win against Pen Mill with a goal apiece from Beth Ellis, Rohana Little, Hannah Neve, Caroline Parsons and Emma Stoneman. Sherise Binns, Amy Clark and Natasha Crew accounted for the goals as Weston Mendip won 3-2 against St Agnes, who replied through a Debbie Duncan double, and Feniton won 4-1 at Bude Town thanks to a Beth Harris hat-trick and Stefanie Churchill-Matthews.
Southern Region League
With their nearest rivals in SSE Women's FA Cup action on Sunday, Woodley Utd took the opportunity to open up a lead of three points in the Premier Division with a 3-0 success away to Newbury Ladies. Jodie Penny, Sarah Thompson and Madelyn Sawyer all scored a goal apiece for the new leaders. Ascot Utd and Barton Rovers meanwhile battled out a 1-1 draw, Lauren Broadhurst salvaging a point for Ascot with an injury time equaliser after Cheryl Williams had given Barton a first half lead.
Tara Ashley-Woodward led the scoring with a hat-trick, Christina O'Connor and Bonnie Messit adding the others, as Division One leaders Wycombe Wanderers ran out 5-1 winners away to Wokingham & Emmbrook. Second placed Moneyfields recorded an emphatic victory against Wargrave Ladies which included a Kim Stenning hat-trick, doubles from Ciara Boylan, Kim Whitcombe, Grace Laidlaw and Kira Vallely, with Becki Bath, Paige Seeley and Rebecca Davis. Southampton Women Development got back to winning ways with a 7-1 success against Basingstoke Town, Philippa Holden netting twice along with Mia Cook, Roxanne Lee-Stewart, Lily Shergill, Georgia Selby and Phoebe Eccles. Nicola Moore meanwhile hit a hat-trick for Alton Ladies in their 3-1 victory over Shanklin, whose consolation came from Lucy Scholes.
West Midlands League
Cerys Miller hit a hat-trick and Hannah Roxburgh added the other two as Coundon Court went top of the league with a 5-1 win away to Lye Town. Previous leaders Coventry Sphinx were beaten 1-0 by Redditch Utd who have gone level on points with them. Danielle Keegan was another hat-trick scorer for Crusaders as they beat Knowle 7-2, Chelsea Brookes and Bekkie Sloan weighing in with doubles. Stockingford AA Pavilion were beaten for the first time, 4-1 by Sutton Coldfield Town, and Worcester Utd were 2-0 winners over Goldenhill Wanderers to register their first points.
In Division One North, it was a good day for Leek Town as they ran out 4-1 winners over Shifnal Town and opened up a three point lead over second placed AFC Telford Utd who were beaten for the first time, 6-3 by Sandwell Ladies. The two teams at the foot of the table met each other with Port Vale and Florence battling out a goalless draw.
Sedgley & Gornal Utd continue to dominate the early stages in Division One South and maintained their six point lead by winning 3-0 at Leamington Lions, Tracy Haycock netting twice along with Lauri Alexander. Solihull Utd recorded a crushing twelve goal victory in their local derby with Solihull Sporting to remain second. Rugby Town and Stourbridge sit in the next two places after their meeting finished in a 2-2 draw, whilst goals from Katie Edwards (2) and Katherine Christopher earned Kingfisher a 3-1 victory over Coventry City Women.


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