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East Midlands League
The top teams in the Premier Division did not play on Sunday, with fifth placed Ollerton Town the highest in action and they were 5-0 winners over Rise Park, Megan Howard netting twice along with Shoniqua Barnes, Sophie Davies and Lauren Howard. Woodlands Ladies were finally able to bring their Cup form into the league, Jody Scott scoring four times as they beat Leicester City Ladies 8-2. Katie Mayfield added two and there was one apiece from Amy Offler and Chelsie Tebble, with Katie Bateman and Kerry Stapleton replying for the home side.
Notts County Development received a setback to their challenge in Division One North when they were beaten 5-1 by Grimsby Borough. Laura Flecknor (2), Lydia Clark, Suzanne Green and Abby Westerman were all on the scoresheet for Grimsby who stay just behind Arnold Town, 4-1 winners over Lincoln Moorlands Railway thanks to Georgie Boyce, Jodie Ellis, Maria Wayne and an own goal. Cleethorpes Town meanwhile won for the first time this season, 2-1 against Sleaford Town with goals from Emma Smith and Grace Tominey.
There was a change of leadership in Division One South with Notts County taking over at the top after beating Lutterworth Athletic 5-0. Nya Chambers was on target twice along with Rebecca Linsey, Bella Reed and Chelsie Hooley. Jessica Travers hit a hat-trick for Derby County Community in their 6-1 victory over Corby Town, she was joined on the scoresheet by Sian Judge, Shannon Purdy and Phoebe Roe.
Eastern Region League
Harlow Town have gone nine points clear at the top of the league after winning 5-2 in their clash with second placed Peterborough Northern Star. Frances Gamble, Amy Nash, Hannah Porter, Georgia Box and Abbey Dell all scored a goal apiece, with Leah Cudone and Stephanie Gale replying. Luton Town are a further two points adrift in third after a solitary strike from Rebecca Wilson-Kane gave them the points against Wroxham, whilst Royston Town lost ground as they were beaten 4-2 by Bowers & Pitsea who scored through Ebony Moore (2), Yasmin Cowley and Sophie Dowman. Natasha Fensome netted twice, with Bex Cray and Lauren Murray adding the others, to steer Bedford Ladies to a 4-0 victory over St Ives Town, whilst Wymondham Town defeated Colney Heath 5-2 thanks to braces from Hannah Waters and Laura Nicholls, with Katie Knights also on target. The bottom of the table clash ended with the points shared and a 1-1 draw, Hannah Ring netting for AFC Dunstable and Haringey Borough replying through Rosie Missen.
Cambridge City Development preserved their one point lead in Division One North as a Megan Stow double, Yasmin Crow and Ellie Cullum saw them to a 4-1 victory over AFC Sudbury. Emma Corbyn and Katie Ward were the markswomen for second placed King's Lynn Town in their 2-1 success at Gorleston. Histon defeated Newmarket Town 4-0 and are up to third, moving above East Bergholt Utd who were beaten 6-1 by Needham Market, for whom Lois Balfour scored four times with Amber Sparkes adding the other two.
Millwall Lionesses have opened up an advantage of three points at the top of Division One South, after Molly Hawkins, Cansu Mentesh, Samantha Middleton and an own goal earned them a 4-2 win away to Lawford. Leigh Ramblers' 2-1 victory at Wodson Park takes them into second, Abbi Brown and Rhiana Castle scored their goals.
London & South East League
Dartford have booked their place in the semi finals of the League Cup following their 2-1 victory over Aylesford on Sunday. Alicia Gibbs and Sarah White scored to ensure the Darts will finish in the top two in Group A whilst Lisa Fulgence grabbed a consolation for Aylesford. Eastbourne Town are in the driving seat to go through with them after Whyteleafe won 4-0 against Saltdean Utd, courtesy of doubles from Sacha Brinkley and Jessica Lewry. Ashford Town (Middx) meanwhile claimed the second qualification place from Group B after sharing a 3-3 draw with Dulwich Hamlet. Ashley Cheatley netted twice and Alissa Down the other for Ashford, whilst Dulwich replied through Joanna Gibson, Saskia Philp and an own goal. Denham Utd saw their semi final hopes evaporate as they were defeated 3-1 by Fulham, for whom Katie Foster (2) and Alice Curr were on target.
North East League
Hartlepool Utd caught up ground on the top two in the only Premier Division match to be played on Sunday, a first half double from Caitlin Bates giving them a 2-0 victory away to Redcar Town.
Sunderland West End are continuing to dominate matters in the Northern Division right now, going ten points after scoring eight times without reply past Prudhoe Town. Alex Ross bagged a five-goal haul and she was joined on the scoresheet by Emma Banks, Allison Ferris and Nicole O'Hara. Their two nearest rivals meanwhile shared the points, Jennifer Ashton scoring for Lumley Ladies in their 1-1 draw with second placed Boro Rangers, who replied through Alys Beadle. Laura Dodds and Demi Taylor each netted twice, with Kati Donnelly and Amber Wilson adding the others, as Boro Rangers won 6-0 away to Consett Ladies whilst Alnwick Town, who have several games in hand, made it three wins out of three when beating Norton & Stockton Ancients Res 8-0. Michelle Stewart was on target five times for Alnwick along with Emily Henderson, Becky Robinson and Ashley Grisdale.
Just three points cover the top five teams in the Southern Division and they are headed once again by Sheffield Wednesday, who returned to the top with a 3-1 win at Hepworth Utd. Sophie Eyre, Chantelle Rymer and Demi West scored the goals for Wednesday, with Sophie Walsh replying. Previous leaders Bridlington Rovers drew 1-1 with Altofts Ladies, Demi Hanson and Nicola Smith were on target respectively. York RI were 2-1 victors away to Bradford Park Avenue and Wakefield Trinity stepped up their challenge by beating Harrogate Railway, courtesy of an Emily Heckler hat-trick and Rachel Stuart.
North West League
FC United of Manchester have narrowed the gap on Premier Division leaders Tranmere Rovers to two points following their 1-0 victory over Wigan Athletic. In the other games, Mossley Hill ran out 4-0 winners over Sir Tom Finney and Merseyrail Ladies defeated West Didsbury & Chorlton 3-0, to move themselves out of the bottom two.
In Division One North, Accrington Sports & Football Club won 10-1 away to Carlisle Utd to maintain their lead of two points from Penrith AFC, who beat Penwortham Town 4-0. Blackburn Community kept up their 100% record with a 13-1 victory against Accrington Stanley. Workington Reds were 4-1 victors at Leigh RMI and are up into fourth place, whilst Preston North End and Morecambe Res battled out a 3-3 draw.
Salford City Lionesses continue to blaze a trail at the top of Division One South, keeping their lead of seven points following a 10-3 victory over third placed Warrington Wolverines. Curzon Ashton meanwhile defeated Wythenshaw Amateurs 6-1 to keep up the chase in second place. Altrincham moved themselves into the top half on the back of a 2-0 success at Didsbury Ladies, narrowing the gap on Chester FC Ladies who were beaten 4-2 by Liverpool Feds Res. The win keeps the Feds outside of the bottom two, just ahead of Northwich Vixens who were 3-1 winners over West Kirby.
South West League
League leaders Wootton Bassett Town were beaten 3-1 by Ilminster Town, who move to within a single point of them. Georgia Martin, Maisie Parker and Harriet Kelly were all on target for Ilminster, with Madeline Elliott replying. Portishead Town are a further point adrift in third following their 8-1 victory over Torquay Utd, Shannon Holloway leading the scoring with a four-goal haul and the others coming from Ruby Lowe (2), Emily Lindsey and Alanna Torrington. Sarah Carling and Georgia Coles scored the goals as Middlezoy Rovers defeated Bideford 2-0 whilst Sam Drewery hit a hat-trick for Marine Academy Plymouth in their 3-3 draw with Bishop's Lydeard, who replied through Caitlin Berry, Nicola Brown and Hannah Delbridge.
Frampton Rangers continue to lead the way in the Northern Division after a Chloe Timbrell double, Ellie Berrington and Lucie Hulin saw them to a 4-1 victory over AEK Boco, whose consolation came from Sasha Ferris. They stay two points ahead of Cheltenham Town Development, for whom Holly Fenton netted four times in their victory over Weston-super-Mare. Caitlin Marron and Jessica Wadey each bagged hat-tricks and the tally was completed by Hannah Galpin, Sophie Griffiths and Hannah Marshall. Almondsbury kept up their challenge with a ten-goal victory over Downend Flyers in which Natasha Bevan and Sophie Mitchell each scored twice, along with Georgia Adams, Jessica Bessell, Rosie Harris, Sam Kodola, Emma Summerill and Maddie Wood. Bristol Ladies Union moved into the top four with a 6-1 win away to Chipping Sodbury Town. Sophie Price hit a hat-trick, Henna Butcher weighed in with a brace and Madison Price was also on target. Amy Clark was on target for Weston Mendip in their 1-1 draw with unbeaten Oldland Abbotonians, who replied through Bryony Higgs.
Things are even tighter at the top of the Eastern Division with the top four teams now being covered by a single point. Swindon Spitfires hold on to the leadership after battling out a 2-2 draw with second placed Frome Town. Sophie Mitchell and Claire Moreton were the scorers for the Spitfires, whilst Mae Bristow and Emily Petteford were on target for Frome. Gipsy Viveash netted for Swindon Town Development in their 1-1 draw with Pen Mill, whose reply came from Rebecca Roberts, whilst Shannon King (2), Lani Dickinson, Lois Beer and Emma Wilson gave Swindon Supermarine a 5-3 victory over Forest Green Rovers, for whom Ashleigh Watson (2) and Sian Towler were on the scoresheet.
Western Division leaders Plymouth Argyle Development did not play on Sunday and they have been joined at the top by St Agnes, who beat Bude Town 3-0 with a goal apiece from Sophie Buchanan, Mollie Dring and Sarah Fisher. Plympton Ladies are three points behind following their emphatic victory over Exeter & Tedburn Rangers. Sam Metters was on target six times and Chelsea Robinson contributed a further five, with Billie Swan (2), Lucie Cooper and Emily Hollister completed the scoring.
Sherborne Town complete the quarter final line up in the Bristol Soccerworld Cup following their 6-0 victory away to Trowbridge Town. Olivia Watts netted twice and she was joined on the scoresheet by Demi Agar, Molly McCarthy, Katie Paul and Jemma Tewkesbury.
Southern Region League
League leaders AFC Bournemouth CST were beaten for the first time this season, 3-0 by Moneyfields who maintained their own 100% record with goals from Kim Whitcombe (2) and Carla Nicholson. Abingdon Utd scored nine times without reply past Newbury Ladies to narrow the gap on the Cherries to two points, Lauren May and Amy Pipe each bagging doubles along with Beth Hawtin, Molly Lygo-Jackson, Karima Elouath, Kiera Isaac and an own goal. Oxford City were 3-0 winners over Ascot Utd and Woodley Utd ran out 4-1 winners away to Winchester City Flyers, Rosie Page-Smith hitting a hat-trick and Jessica Tripp adding the other.
Abingdon Town are the new leaders of Division One after a Charlotte Comley double, Elisha Cox and Zoe Barnes gave them a 4-1 victory over Eastleigh. Previous table toppers Abbey Rangers were beaten for the first time, 2-1 by Southampton Women Development whose goals came from Siena Millen and Fay Roberts. Emma Fletcher and Victoria Wardle were on target for New Milton Town in their 2-2 draw with AFC Bournemouth CST Development, who replied through a Helen Corbin double, whilst Sarah Plummer hit a hat-trick for Bournemouth Sports as they defeated Alton Ladies 8-1. Hollie Shaw contributed a brace and there was one apiece from Chelsea Sheppard, Ellen Benjamin and Lauren Brewer. Lauren Abery and Deanna Cane each scored twice as Tilehurst Panthers edged out Wycombe Wanderers Development by the odd goal in seven.
West Midlands League
Redditch Utd maintained their nine point lead in the Premier Division with a 6-0 victory over Lye Town in which Nieve Newman (2), Katie Ross-Baker (2), Jessica Fassnidge and Lyndsey Ross-Baker were all on target. Chantelle Gallagher and Michaela Lockett each scored twice, with Olivia Mountford adding the other, as Leek Town won 5-2 at Solihull Ladies Utd to move into second place. Stockingford AA Pavilion defeated Knowle 4-0 with a Kaileigh Pahnke hat-trick and Kirsty Lonsdale, whilst Lois Jefferies, Claudia Latchford and Cerys Miller gave Coundon Court a 3-2 win against Crusaders. Coventry Sphinx meanwhile won for only the second time, 8-1 away to Worcester City to move out of the bottom three.
One match was played in Division One North, where leaders AFC Telford Utd increased their advantage to four points with a 4-0 victory over Port Vale, Jaime Duggan hitting a hat-trick and Ashley Kilgour adding the other.
Stourbridge made it eleven wins out of eleven in Division One South when scoring six times without reply past Kingfisher. This keeps them fifteen points clear of second placed Kidderminster Harriers, who were 8-0 winners away to Leamington Lions thanks to Danielle Selmes' five-goal haul, Alex Nicklin, Katie Priest and Sophie Richards. Darcie Hancocks (2), Jess Rudd and Alice Woolley were on target for Cookley Sports in their 4-1 victory over Droitwich Spa and Rugby Town defeated Sedgley & Gornal Utd 9-0, Andie Coupland bagging a hat-trick along with Loren Bliss (2), Paige Gunn, Chloe Debaes, Kelly Worthington and Claire Morgan.
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