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 Women's Football Regional Premier North East News - 1 Feb 2019
East Midlands League
Oughtibridge WMSC are through to the semi finals of the League Cup following a 2-1 win away to Ollerton Town in the tie of the round. After Shoniqua Barnes had given Ollerton a first half lead, Oughtibridge fought back after the break to claim the win with goals from Millie Kenyon and Kathryn Mudge. Hykeham Town eliminated Premier Division opposition when beating Eastwood Community 3-2 after extra time, Courtney Limb netting twice including the winning goal, with Zuzana Pramukova adding the other. Woodlands Ladies came through a tricky tie away to Lincoln Moorlands Railway with a 3-1 extra time victory, with Katie Mayfield, Chloe Scott and Jody Scott on target.
Boston Utd progressed smoothly into the last four of the League Cup, by scoring six times without reply past Corby Town. Demi Barai and Toni McHamilton each netted twice along with Amy Hunt and Tracey Duxbury-Mead. Nya Chambers bagged a four-goal haul as Notts County defeated Retford Utd 7-2, with Bella Reed (2) and Jessica Knott joining her on the scoresheet.
One match was played in the Premier Division, Mansfield Town moving themselves into mid-table after goals from Zoe Meyrick and Beth Wilcockson gave them a 2-0 victory over Kettering Town.
Eastern Region League
Hannah Bodily, Shannon Shaw and Isabella Simmons accounted for the goals as Cambridge City opened up a lead of three points in the Premier Division with a 3-2 win against Colney Heath. They were further boosted by the news that second placed Acle Utd were beaten 1-0 by Wymondham Town, for whom Beth Fretwell scored the only goal of the game. Royston Town are a further two points adrift following their 3-2 victory over Brentwood Town in which Hayley Eldred, Teonie Peyton and Sammy Tinsley all scored. Harlow Town scored seven times without reply past Haringey Borough, spearheaded by a Poppy Binding hat-trick with Abbey Dell, Olivia Steele, Kirsty Woodacre and Beth Chambers adding the others.
Bowers & Pitsea stay on top of Division One after they won 2-1 at Hoddesdon Town Owls with goals from Courtney Fraser and Abbie Simmonds. St Ives Town maintained their challenge as Georgia Stancombe gave them a 1-0 win against Hatfield Peveral, whilst third placed Newmarket Town defeated Histon 5-0 thanks to an Annabel Cuthbert hat-trick, Abbi Griffin and Antonia Smith. Hertford Town meanwhile continued their revival with a 4-1 victory over Bishop's Stortford which has taken them off the bottom of the table. Chloe Ring, Olivia Worsfold, Carly Snell and Karen Staples were all on target for Hertford.
London & South East League
The top three were not in action on Sunday but fourth placed Queen's Park Rangers Development were unable to take an opportunity to assume the leadership as they were beaten 6-3 by London Kent Football Utd. Adele Keech and Emily Hart both netted doubles, with one each from Alicia Gibbs and Elizabeth Adams. In the other game to be played, Aylesford put a gap of five points between themselves and bottom placed Parkwood Rangers by beating them 2-1. First half goals from Laura Brown and Beth Hulme gave Aylesford the points, with Connie Lewin replying after the break.
North East League
Durham Cestria are starting to close in on the Premier Division title, moving themselves closer with a 6-0 victory away to York City. Chloe Ryan netted twice along with Molly Holder, Lauren Robson, Erin Nelson and Sophie Hodgson. Elizabeth Fraser scored the only goal of the game as South Shields won 1-0 at Harrogate Town to stay second, one point ahead of Hartlepool Utd who defeated Wallsend Boys Club 4-2 thanks to Caitlin Bates (2), Jessica Dawson and Sarah Rowbotham. Farsley Celtic ran out 4-1 winners away to Rotherham Utd with a goal apiece from Shirley Murphy, Megan Oliver, Clare Parker and Dee Swales.
Redcar Town kept up the pace at the top of the Northern Division, doubling their lead to six points by winning 3-2 away to Norton & Stockton Ancients Res. Kenzie Parkes netted twice and Suzanne Fox the other, with Paige Hunter and Sian Williams replying. Washington Association beat Prudhoe Town 6-0 to catch up ground on the top two, courtesy of a Courtney Clark hat-trick, Brittany James, Erin Liddle and Beth White, and a solitary strike from Larissa Burkinshaw gave Boro Rangers the points against St Cuthbert's Ladies.
Southern Division title winners Ossett Utd were unable to complete their successful campaign with a 100% record as they were beaten 2-1 in their final game by Altofts Ladies. Emma Richardson and Rachael Murrell scored the goals to hand Altofts a huge boost in their quest for the runners-up spot, whilst Ossett's consolation came from Jenna Wraith.
North West League
The top two in the Premier Division have pulled even further away from the teams below after recording victories in the two matches to be played on Sunday. Tranmere Rovers keep hold of the leadership after they defeated third placed Wigan Athletic 3-1. Stockport County made sure of staying three points behind in second, with five games in hand, thanks to a 6-1 win against Accrington Girls & Ladies.
It was a good day for Blackpool in Division One North as they increased their lead to ten points by scoring seven times without reply past Leigh RMI. They were further boosted by the news that two of their nearest rivals, Carlisle Utd and Bury FC Women, battled out a 1-1 draw which keeps them in second and fourth place respectively. At the other end of the table, Burscough Dynamo picked up an important point from a 1-1 draw with Penwortham Town.
No change at the top of Division One South where Liverpool Feds Res defeated Curzon Ashton to preserve their lead of three points from West Didsbury & Chorlton, who were 3-0 victors over Wythenshawe Amateurs. In the other game, Stockport County Blues leapfrogged Chester FC Women in the table after beating them 3-2.
South West League
League leaders Keynsham Town Development went down to only their second defeat of the season, beaten 3-2 by Callington Town. Eleri Griffiths, Keri-Ann Moxom and Chloe Williams scored the goals for Callington, with Rhianna Ben-Carew and Libby Sims replying. Exeter City are now only a single point behind in second place following their 5-1 victory over Middlezoy Rovers, Sophie Gillies led the scoring with a four-goal haul and Abbie Britton was also on target. Charlotte Johnson (2), Colette Martin, Maisie Parker and Tia Shoemark netted the goals as Ilminster Town ran out 5-1 winners over Forest Green Rovers whilst Kasey Dickson and Dani Harper earned Torquay Utd a 2-2 draw against Portishead Town.
In the Eastern Division, Wootton Bassett Town have gone five points clear after winning 2-0 away to Trowbridge Town, Lisa Coe and Hayley Huckin were on the scoresheet. Laverstock & Ford defeated FC Chippenham 4-0 and Almondsbury were 5-1 victors away to Swindon Spitfires, courtesy of a goal apiece from Alicia Povey, Lydia Staley, Emma Summerill, Jamie-Leigh Worlock and Sophie Cooper.
The Western Division title race was blown wide open as Plympton Ladies won 3-2 against second placed Bideford, to move to within three points of them. Sam Metters hit a hat-trick for Plympton whilst Bideford, who would have closed the gap on inactive leaders Plymouth Argyle Development to a single point with a win, replied through Beth Ellis and Caroline Parsons. Weston Mendip continue to make up ground on the top teams and continued by beating local rivals Weston-super-Mare 4-0, Emily Harrington was on target twice along with Sherise Binns and Ellie Oritt. Pen Mill ran out 4-1 winners over Exeter & Tedburn Rangers thanks to Alisha Barker (2), Lorna Jennings and Rebecca Roberts.
Southern Region League
Oxford City started the day as leaders but after their game was postponed, they are back in third place on goal difference. AFC Bournemouth have gone top after scoring eleven times without reply past New Milton Town, Maisy Smith and Chloe Tape each hitting hat-tricks with Terri Harvey (2), Hannah Bennett, Rosie Eden and Meg Vella also on target. Southampton FC Ladies sit in second, they won 4-1 at Ascot Utd thanks to a Chloe Newton brace, Caitlin Collighan and Ellie Chaffe. Woodley Utd head the chasing teams after Jodie Penny and Rosie Page-Smith gave them a 2-0 win away to Winchester City Flyers. Warsash Wasps claimed their first league win of the season, 4-2 against Newbury Ladies with a goal apiece from Danielle Cheyney, Emily Osborne, Lauren Harper and Megan Fox.
Division One leaders Wycombe Wanderers were on target ten times against Shanklin, Tara Woodward hitting a hat-trick with Chante Inniss (2), Christina O'Connor, Natalie Barette, Rachel Southby and Emma Newberry accounting for the others. Charlotte Webb was another hat-trick scorer, with Kia Anteney also on target as Southampton Women Development beat Wargrave Ladies 4-0. Eastleigh won 3-0 at Wokingham & Emmbrook thanks to Samantha Hide, Leah Shave and Emily Moore, whilst goals from Libby Taylor and Nicola Moore gave Alton Ladies a 2-0 victory over Basingstoke Town.
West Midlands League
Sutton Coldfield Town restored their lead of four points by scoring nine times without reply past Worcester Utd. Laura Fryer bagged a hat-trick and Alison Forbes a brace, with Hayley Chatwin, Ruth Graham, Sarah Lampitt and an own goal completing the tally. Second placed Coundon Court went down to a 3-1 defeat at Redditch Utd who scored through Nieve Newman (2) and Jessica Lippiatt. Lily Eustace and Alice Rogers were on target for Leafield Athletic in their 2-2 draw with Crusaders, who replied through Nikki Brazil and Bekkie Sloan, whilst a Tyla Davison double and Joanne Ryan earned Coventry Sphinx a 3-1 success away to Lye Town.
One match was played in Division One North, Sandwell Ladies winning 4-3 away to Florence. Jennifer Gilbert, Chloe Gwilliam, Siobhan Hodgetts and Hayley Johnson netted the goals for Sandwell, with Lyndsey Bradbury (2) and Natasha Whitehurst replying.
Sedgley & Gornal Utd hold on to top spot in Division One South despite being beaten 2-0 by Kidderminster Harriers, who scored through Amber Lawrence and Sophie Richards. In the other game, Rugby Town netted seven times without reply past Coventry City Women, Chloe Debaes leading the scoring with a four-goal haul whilst H Wood (2) and Megan Board added the others.


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