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East Midlands League
Peterborough Utd now have a lead of fourteen points in the Premier Division following their 3-2 success away to Rise Park. Donna McGuigan, Hannah Pendred and Molly Orr-Love were the scorers for the Posh Ladies, with Jessica Parker and Shalarna French replying. Second placed Mansfield Town were beaten 3-2 by Northampton Town for whom Aimee Smith, Sara Wait and Francesca Partridge were on target, and Rotherham Utd also lost ground as they went down 4-2 to Loughborough Students whose markswomen were Elizabeth White (2), Rosanna Frith-Salem and Fatima Husein. Kathryn Mudge and Becky Shaw netted the goals for Oughtibridge WMSC in their 2-1 victory over Woodlands Ladies, whilst Kettering Town won for the first time, 3-2 against Leicester City Ladies thanks to Jo Brandon, Jessica Perrin and Brodie Betts.
Hykeham Town have powered nine points clear at the top of Division One North following a seven-goal blast against Notts County Development. Lauren Churcher hit a hat-trick for Hykeham along with Lauren Carter (2), Millie Seaton and Tracey Duxbury-Mead. Arnold Town are up into third after Georgie Boyce (2), Kelly Clayton, Stacey Pearce and Stacey Bridge gave them a 5-2 victory over Sleaford Town. The win takes them above Grimsby Borough who were beaten 5-1 by Worksop Town, for whom Leah Hardy bagged a hat-trick along with Sky Hughes and an own goal. Remarkably, this was Worksop's first home match in the league this season. Arnold Eagles scored six times without reply past Cleethorpes Town, Demi-Leigh Crofts and Natasha Leach each hitting doubles with Courtney Walters and Mollie Rowden also on target.
Beaumont Park held on to the leadership of Division One South after a brace from Carmelina Colangelo earned them a 2-1 victory over Derby County Community. Oadby & Wigston stay a point behind in second place following a 6-1 win against Thrapston Town, which included an Emma Aspinall double, Freya Gardner and Samantha Hargrave. Tyla-Asha Peters and Georgina Williams were the scorers for Ilkeston Town as they won 2-0 away to Corby Town.
Eastern Region League
Harlow Town returned to action with a victory, albeit a narrow one as they edged out Bedford Ladies by the odd goal in nine. Georgia Box bagged a hat-trick along with Tayla Handscombe and Amy Nash, whilst Natasha Fensome netted three but ended up on the losing side, Jasmine Ajayi adding the other. They stay six points ahead of Luton Town who defeated Wroxham 3-0. Mia Etheridge netted twice and Laura Nicholls the other as Wymondham Town won 3-1 at AFC Dunstable and Royston Town beat Bowers & Pitsea 4-0 thanks to Rebecca Vass (2), Becki Ingram and Charlotte South.
Cambridge City Development have restored their lead of four points in Division One North after Carla Penny (2) and Isabella Simmons gave them a 3-2 win away to East Bergholt Utd. Poppy Kelly scored twice along with Amie Flack, Alison Wright and an own goal as Histon won 5-2 against Needham Market and AFC Sudbury stormed to a 9-1 victory over Gorleston, Rebecca Stephenson hitting a hat-trick whilst Charlene Roach-Smith (2), Evie Creaton, Phoebe Gulver, Georgia Thorpe and Daisy Woodward also got on the scoresheet.
Millwall Lionesses kept hold of top spot in Division One South on goal difference following a fourteen goal blast against Hoddesdon Town Owls. Molly Hawkins and Millie Connell netted five and four times respectively and Shannan Drewe scored a hat-trick, with Sian Fitzpatrick, Kaitlyn Lewis, Daniella Correa Colorado and Matilde Strocchi rounding off the scoring. Leigh Ramblers stayed level on points with Millwall as Rebecca Dalgarno, Georgia Holdaway, Kate Newton and Paige White gave them a 4-1 win away to Stevenage Women Development. Hutton meanwhile stepped up their title challenge by beating Lawford 5-0 thanks to Vicky Kinsman (2), Abigail Fry, Lauren Knight and Clare Edmondson.
Peterborough Northern Star have reached the semi finals of the League Cup after beating Colney Heath 4-2. Leah Cudone led the scoring with a hat-trick and Cassie Steward was also on target, with Samaira Khan and Christina Freestone replying.
London & South East League
Queen's Park Rangers stay on course for a potential league and cup 'double', reaching the League Cup Final with a 6-1 victory over Whyteleafe. Amelia Cutler and Tiffany Skinner each scored twice, with Kasha Petit and Chloe Sampson adding the others for Rangers who now face Dartford.
In the league, the three matches played all ended with honours even! The most entertaining of which was at Ashford Town (Middlesex) where the home team finished level at 5-5 with Fulham. Ashley Cheatley hit a hat-trick for Ashford along with Charmaine Benham and Lavana Neufville whilst Katie Foster scored three times in reply, Rachel Woodland also finding the net with an own goal completing their tally. Beth Hulme was on target as Aylesford picked up a valuable point from a 1-1 draw with Dartford, who scored through Shauni Griffiths, whilst the meeting between Eastbourne Town and Denham Utd ended goalless.
North East League
Farsley Celtic recovered from their first defeat of the season seven days earlier to beat York City 5-1 and move level on points with Farsley Celtic. Ellie Casper netted twice and she was joined on the scoresheet by Jordan Cheetham, Rachael White and Shirley Murphy. Courtney Dack, Jessica Havelock and Emma Hewett were all on target as Wallsend Boys Club won 3-0 at South Shields, and Ossett Utd edged out Redcar Town 2-1, Alayna Millard and Emily Starkie scoring their goals and Jess Riund replying.
The two horse race intensified in the Northern Division as both teams maintained their 100% records. Kay Mills and Alex Ross were the markswomen for Sunderland West End as they won 2-1 at Blyth Town to keep themselves twelve points ahead of Alnwick Town who beat Chester-le-Street Town Development 1-0 with a strike from Caitlin Black.
In the Southern Division, Sheffield Wednesday's late sprint has taken them to the brink of the league title, they now require one more win after beating Harrogate Railway 5-0. Sophie Eyre and Jessica Morrison each netted twice for Wednesday, with Phoebe Davis adding the other. Emily Heckler (2) and Chloe Harrison were the scorers as Wakefield Trinity defeated Hepworth Utd 3-2. Tamryn Dunlop, Jodie Langstaff and Victoria Stonehouse all netted for York RI in their 3-3 draw with Altofts Ladies, who scored through Olivia Ratcliffe, Natalie Riley and Nicola Smith.
North West League
Curzon Ashton caused a surprise in the Argyle Sports League Cup as they ran out 3-0 winners over Premier Division side Merseyrail Ladies. Crewe Alexandra also progressed after scoring five times without reply past Carlisle Utd. Blackpool won 5-2 against Warrington Wolverines and Salford City Lionesses notched up a 7-0 success away to Penwortham Town.
FC United of Manchester defeated Mossley Hill 6-2 to keep themselves one point ahead of Tranmere Rovers, 3-0 victors at Morecambe, at the top of the Premier Division. Fleetwood Town Wrens meanwhile leapfrogged Manchester Stingers into fourth place after winning their meeting 4-2. The bottom two teams in the table met each other and a 6-0 victory for West Didsbury & Chorlton has put them ten points ahead of Sir Tom Finney.
Northwich Vixens are back in the top half of the Southern Division after scoring nine times without reply against Liverpool Feds Res. West Kirby stay level on points with Northwich in mid-table as they also won, beating Wythenshawe Amateurs 3-0.
South West League
Bishop's Lydeard hold on to the leadership of the Premier Division despite going down to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Callington Town. Chloe Williams and Gabi Alphous were the scorers for Callington, with Holly Miller replying. Portishead Town returned to league action with a 4-1 victory over Middlezoy Rovers, which leaves them three points off the pace. Ruby Lowe was on target twice along with Emily Lindsey and Nathalie Zajaczkowski, whilst Middlezoy's consolation came from Freya Gudge. Torquay Utd meanwhile registered their first league victory of the season at the fifteenth attempt. Nikki May netted twice as they won 2-1 away to Keynsham Town Development, whose reply came from Rhianna Ben-Carew.
Almondsbury are back on top of the Northern Division after scoring seven times without reply past Weston-super-Mare. Sophie Cooper scored a hat-trick and Maddie Wood contributed a brace, with one apiece from Jess Bessell and Emma Summerill. Previous leaders Cheltenham Town Development went down to a 2-1 defeat to in-form Weston Mendip, whose goals came from Natasha Crew and Jennie Habbits.
Eastern Division leaders Sherborne Town suffered their first defeat of the season, 2-1 against Swindon Town Development whose goals were scored by Natalie Goodright and Victoria Taylor. Swindon Spitfires have gone level on points with Sherborne, Sophie Mitchell and Claire Moreton were their markswomen as they won 2-1 over Pen Mill, whose consolation came from Alisha Barker.
Bristol Ladies Union swept into the semi finals of the Bristol Soccerworld Cup with an astonishing 12-1 victory against Plymouth Argyle Development. Henna Butcher and Stella Gandee-Morgan both scored hat-tricks and there were two goals apiece from triplet sisters Hannah, Madison and Sophie Price. Union will play Weston Mendip in the last four.
Southern Region League
The top two in the Premier Division did not score on Sunday and Abingdon Utd missed an opportunity to take over the leadership as they were beaten 1-0 by Oxford City. Samantha Jackson netted twice and Chante Inniss added the other as Wycombe Wanderers won 3-1 against Winchester City Flyers and Warsash Wasps lifted themselves off the bottom as they edged out Woodley Utd by the odd goal in nine, Beth Norman hitting a hat-trick along with Danielle Cheyney and Emily Marsland. Rosie Page-Smith scored three times and Mollie Haines the other for Woodley.
Elisha Cox scored twice and Megan Crawford added the other as Abingdon Town defeated Southampton Women Res 3-0 to main their Division One lead of seven points from Eastleigh who also won 3-0 against Wycombe Wanderers Development thanks to Emma Simpson, Leah Shave and Samantha Hide. Abbey Rangers meanwhile triumphed 4-2 away to New Milton Town, Laura Hobbs was on target twice along with Beth Easterman and Isobel Saunders.
West Midlands League
Redditch Utd edged out Crusaders by the odd goal in seven to stay six points clear at the top of the Premier Division. Jessica Lippiatt netted twice for Redditch along with Annie Highway and Cheyanne Jarvis. Leek Town had a much more convincing victory against Knowle to keep up the chase in second place, spearheaded by a six-goal haul from Chantelle Gallagher. Katie Gibbons weighed in with a further four and the tally was completed by Michaela Lockett (2), Olivia Mountford (2), Alana Copeland and Lacey-May Smith. Laura Smith scored a hat-trick for Solihull Ladies Utd as they beat Coventry Sphinx 3-2 to go third, whilst Tara Harrison and Natasha Lawrence gave Kidsgrove Athletic a 2-1 success away to Lye Town. Kaileigh Pahnke was on target for Stockingford AA Pavilion in their 1-1 draw with Coundon Court, who replied through Claudia Latchford.
Sandwell Ladies are the new leaders of Division One North after Rachel Green (2), Siobhan Hodgetts, Katie Adams and Rachael Neal gave them a 5-2 victory over Solihull Sporting. Emma Henderson and Rebecca Keyte scored the goals of Stoke City Development as they drew 2-2 with Shifnal Town, for whom Rebecca-Lee Bown netted twice, and a late goal from Meg Baldwin gave Port Vale a 1-0 win away to Sutton Coldfield Town Royals.
The top two were not in action in Division One South but Cookley Sports were able to make up ground in third as they won 2-1 at Coventry City, whilst Katherine Christopher netted both goals as Kingfisher beat Rugby Town 2-1.
Kidderminster Harriers are through to the Division One South Cup Final after a goal each from Bailey-Raine Hodge, Alex Nicklin, Katie Priest and Kirsty Roberts gave them a 4-1 victory over Droitwich Spa, whose consolation came from Chloe Barrett.
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