Share page on Social Media: f Share t G+ find us on Twitter: @wssmagnews
Women's Football News
East Midlands League
Northampton Town's great start is showing no signs of slowing down and they made it three wins out of three on Sunday when scoring seven times without reply away to Rise Park. Alex Dicks netted two of the goals along with Leah Cudone, Emma Billenness, Abbie Brown, Alex Bartlett and Charlie Cooper. Chesterfield are in second place after beating Lincoln Utd 2-1, Beth Smyth and Georgina Williams scoring for the Spireites and Chloe Brock-Taylor replying. Katie Rider (2) and Elizabeth White were amongst the goals for Loughborough Students as they won 5-2 away to Woodlands Ladies, a result which takes them into the top three. Emily Fowler, Kathryn Mudge and an own goal ensured that Oughtibridge WM won for the first time, 3-0 against Notts County.
The early leaders in Division One North are still Arnold Eagles, who won 4-2 at St Josephs Rockware of Worksop thanks to a Natasha Leach hat-trick and Amy Gauvrit. Grimsby Town are the other team on six points, they beat Sherwood FC Women 2-0 with goals from Ava Houlston and Beth Wharton. Alice Hayes bagged a brace for Sleaford Town as they won 2-1 against Grimsby Borough and Sophie Howe netted for Notts County Development in their 1-1 draw with Nottingham Trent University, who replied through Julia Kings.
Derby County Academy have gone to the top of Division One South following their 3-1 victory away to previous leaders Anstey Nomads. Iesha Rollins scored twice for Derby along with Madeline Watkinson. Oadby & Wigston defeated Leicester Road 6-1 and are now second, Freya Gardner hitting a hat-trick with Emma Aspinall, Nikki Lidgett and Lucy Phillips-Poole adding the others. Peterborough Utd Res were beaten 5-1 by Kettering Town, for whom Brodie Betts (2), Samantha Redfern-Christie (2) and Amy Findlay were on target. Thrapston Town are the fifth team on six points; they won 4-2 at Ilkeston Town and Jessica Abdy scored the only goal of the game ffor Nottingham Forest Development in their 1-0 victory over Loughborough Foxes Vixens.
Eastern Region League
Wymondham Town were unable to take an opportunity to go level on points with leaders Wroxham when they were beaten 2-1 by Royston Town. Emma Slater netted both goals for Royston, who move up to third, whilst Wymondham's consolation came from Hannah Waters. AFC Dunstable and Bowers & Pitsea each recorded their third draw of the season when their meeting finished goalless, meanwhile Zara Carroll, Natasha Fensome, Gemma Franklin and Marilyn Munangatire scored the goals as Bedford Ladies won for the first time, 4-1 against King's Lynn Town. Colney Heath also recorded their first victory, 4-0 away to St Ives Town thanks to Tia Steadman, Nicola Puddick, Terri Harvey and Holly Williams. Luton Town are off the bottom after winning 5-2 at Haringey Borough, Jess McKay netting twice along with Olivia Abraham, Fiona Constable and Elizabeth Sanders.
In Division One North, Newmarket Town moved into third place after defeating Cambridge City Development 5-2 in the only match to be played. Katie Hayes and Lidiya Mykhaylechko each scored twice along with Jess Linger, with Katie Levitt and Carla Penny replying.
One game also took place in Division One South and it saw leaders Herts Vipers Women share a 2-2 draw with Cheshunt, who have gone into second place. Frances Gamble and Karesha Iton scored the goals for Cheshunt, whilst the Vipers responded through Rachel Wall and an own goal.
London & South East League
Ashford Town (Middlesex) have gone six points clear in the Premier Division after winning their top of the table clash 3-2 against Dartford. Ashley Cheatley hit a hat-trick for leaders Ashford, whilst Nicha Dyett and Georgie Davies were on target for the Darts. New London Lionesses follow on in third, Kiz Fergus (2), Jess Wadey and Nicole Wolner scoring their goals as they won 4-0 at Millwall Lionesses. Worthing FC Women join Aylesford on six points after triumphing 6-1 in their meeting, courtesy of a goal apiece from Shawna Harvey, Hannah Hewlett, Sophie Humphrey, Keavy Price, Katie Young and Lucy Apps. Lilly Lambird scored for Fulham FC Women as they drew 1-1 with Saltdean Utd, who replied through Georgia Bridges, whilst Denham Utd won for the first time, 2-1 against Whyteleafe thanks to Ella Greenwood and Lauren Cox.
The top two in Division One North did not play and third placed Sutton Utd caught up ground on them by beating Hackney 5-0. Olivia Watson, Mika Keen, Darcy Wells, Cassie Brown and Sophie Hendy were all on target for Sutton. Rebekah Edwards netted twice for Brentford in their 6-1 victory away to Victoire Ladies, along with others from Axelle Courlander, Sophie Troth, Ellen Wardlaw and Shannon Read. Sport London e Benfica meanwhile celebrated their first win of the season, 4-1 against Clapham Utd.
Hastings Utd opened up a lead of three points in Division One South with a 2-0 victory away to Parkwood Rangers, given to them by a brace from Claire Johnson. Second placed Ashford Ladies were beaten 3-2 by AFC Acorns, who join them on nine points. Chloe Higham, Sami Phillips and Lauren Tyler were on target for Acorns, with Jade Steadman netting twice in reply. Sophie Gifford scored a hat-trick for Herne Bay in their win against Bexhill Utd. Gemma Shepherd and Harriett Chapman each netted braces and they were joined on the scoresheet by Jemma Barton, Kate Foster, Elena Brock, Rosie Hague and Lillian Tucker. Samantha Rowland bagged a hat-trick along with Grace Laverick and Ellie Rivers as Welling Utd won 5-2 away to Meridian Ladies.
North East League
Alex Ross (2) and Allison Ferris accounted for the goals as Premier Division leaders Sunderland West End won 3-2 against South Shields. Redcar Town are a point behind following their 6-2 success away to Wallsend Boys Club, Jess Round having a remarkable day in front of goals as she netted all six. York City and Ossett Utd finished level at 1-1, Nichola Brown and Grace Pearson scoring respectively, whilst goals from Emily Heckler (2), Megan Brackenbury (2), Neve Renwick and Jodie Clarkson gave Wakefield Trinity a 6-1 victory over Sheffield Wednesday. Farsley Celtic meanwhile defeated Hartlepool Utd 4-2, Shirley Murphy netting twice along with Rachael White and Helen Moreton.
Spennymoor Town head the Northern Division table on goals scored, after they ran out 8-1 winners over Guisborough Town. Autumn Colledge hit a hat-trick for Spennymoor along with Kira Whittle (2), Hannah Knox, Arynn Cannon and an own goal. Steph Ord netted twice and Rebecca Henry the other as second placed Blyth Town won 3-0 at West Allotment Celtic. Wallsend BC Res opened up their campaign by beating Washington Association 5-2 courtesy of Chloe Roylance (2), Michaela Sewell, Hannah Gosnold and Sarah McKillen. Ashleigh Rea scored the only goal as Prudhoe Town won 1-0 against Norton & Stockton Ancients Res and Bishop Auckland beat Boro Rangers 2-1 with a double from Rebecca Lowes.
York RI made it two wins out of two in the Southern Division when Sarah Cross, Tamryn Dunlop, Katie Hamilton, Chloe Jackson, Jodie Langstaff and Denva Coupland all scored in their 6-3 victory over Farsley Celtic Juniors. They lead the table on goal difference from Wakefield Trinity U23 who were 8-2 winners at Hepworth Utd. Julia Woods, Nicola Moffatt, Danielle Shepherd and Oriane Nacho all scored twice for Wakefield. Emily Scott and Nicola Smith each netted four times for Altofts Ladies against Bradford Park Avenue, along with Emma Dobson (2), Lauren Swailes and Nadine Bates.
North West League
Tranmere Rovers hold on to the leadership in the Premier Division after winning 5-2 at Wigan Athletic, heading the table on goal difference from Merseyrail Ladies who defeated Mossley Hill 3-0. Crewe Alexandra also won 3-0 against Morecambe to record their first victory.
Penrith AFC have gone top of Division One North, thanks to a 4-0 victory over Carlisle Utd. Blackburn Community SC are in second place following their six-goal triumph against Workington Reds. Four teams are level on points at the top of the table, this now also includes Chorley Women Development who won 3-2 away to Penwortham Town.
Warrington Wolves are the leaders of Division One South after their 6-2 victory at Mersey Valley. Chester FC Women and Northwich Vixens occupy the next two positions after they battled out a 4-4 draw. Runcorn Linnets meanwhile registered their first win of the season, beating Altrincham 6-3.
South West League
Charlotte Whitmore scored a hat-trick as Premier Division leaders AFC St Austell won 3-0 against Bishop's Lydeard. The Cornish side head the table on goal difference from Sherborne Town who defeated Forest Green Rovers 2-1 thanks to Chloe Collins and Gemma Mountain, with Ella Hitchcox replying. Jodi Cornwall, Abigail Meyer, Charlotte Pettinger and Sarah Stuckey all scored for Ilminster Town who were 4-0 victors at Wootton Bassett Town and are two points off the pace along with Torquay Utd, who kept up their good start by beating Bideford 5-1, courtesy of a Helen Kukor hat-trick, Beth Everson and Daisy Self. Sam Metters was another hat-trick scorer for Marine Academy Plymouth in their 8-2 victory over Middlezoy Rovers. Amber Hadrill added a brace and others came from Sam Drewery and Holly Wade, along with an own goal.
Frampton Rangers are the new leaders of the Northern Division following their 3-0 victory away to Oldland Abbotonians. Anna Symanowski gave them a first half lead and they added further goals through Lucie Hulin and Ruby Michael. Bristol Rovers are level on points with Frampton after they completed a quickfire double over Almondsbury, beating them 3-1. Georgia Vandries (2) and Anna Hubble were on target for Rovers, with Zoe Hales replying. Cheltenham Town Development opened their season by winning 5-0 against Weston-super-Mare whilst Charlotte Suktem scored a hat-trick for Weston Mendip in their 3-3 draw against Downend Flyers, whose goals came from Faith Flynn (2) and Beth Pitman.
A 3-1 win over Feniton has taken Liskeard Athletic to the top of the Western Division. Amy Hemingway, Ezme Wells and Gemma Farley were the markswomen for Liskeard, with Brittany Harris replying. Plymouth Argyle U23 ran up a huge total against Ottery St Mary, Wensday Wise scoring six times and there were five-goal hauls from Zoe Cunningham, Panagiota Papaioannou and Rosie Shipp. Helston Athletic and Saltash Utd battled out a thrilling 3-3 draw with Katie Barker, Eve-Charlotte Moore and Charlotte Sparkes-Bond all scoring for Helston, whilst Saltash netted through Jade Bryan, Yasmin Franklin and Dee Newman.
Southern Region League
Moneyfields are continuing to set the early pace in the Premier Division, notching up a third straight win when scoring six without reply against Winchester City Flyers. Emma Pinner netted two of the goals with Emma Eldridge, Ellie Kirby, Kayleigh Tonks and Sophie Kingsley-Cabell adding the others for the Moneys who head the table on goal difference from Abingdon Utd, who were 3-0 winners over Wycombe Wanderers thanks to Molly Lygo-Jackson, Lindsay Pinker and Tiana Russell-Cartwright. Ascot Utd are third after beating Oxford City 5-2, Sarah Leonard was on target four times and Katie Vince rounded off the scoring. Abingdon Town chalked up their first win, 3-1 at Woodley Utd courtesy of Chloe Ball, Cara Kerby and an own goal.
AFC Stoneham head a trio of teams on six points in Division One following their 5-1 victory over Eversley & California in which Alisha Buckingham hit a hat-trick and Kayden Wood contributed a double. Alexis Bussell was another hat-trick scorer for second placed AFC Bournemouth Development as they defeated New Milton Town 4-2, with Hannah Francis adding the other, and Woking Ladies won 2-1 at Milton Utd with strikes from Jo Harfield-Brown and Tia Williams. Gabriella Hobday and Payton Howard were in target for Chichester City as they drew 2-2 with Bournemouth Sports, whose replies came from Lauren Brewer and Becky Miles.
West Midlands League
Stourbridge are the new leaders of the Premier Division and are the last remaining unbeaten team following their 10-1 victory over Lye Town. Tamworth had started the day on top of the table but were beaten for the first time, 7-3 by Kidderminster Harriers for whom Becky Hall and Dani Selmes both hit hat-tricks and Charlie Whitehouse added the other. Laura Smith bagged a brace as Lichfield City won 2-0 away to Sutton Coldfield Town and a solitary strike from Jessica Sevellec gave Coundon Court the points against Coventry Sphinx. Crusaders stormed to a 10-2 victory at City of Stoke, Lauren Mellor and Hannah Vincent netting twice along with Anzelika Gurevica, Paige Leonard, Donna Tompkins, Katie Cornish and Olivia Letten-Crowe. Worcester City and Redditch Utd meanwhile shared a 1-1 draw, a game in which Redditch's Shannon McFadden scored for both teams.
AFC Telford Utd are two points in front in Division One North after notching up a second straight win, 3-1 at Port Vale. Jaime Duggan netted twice for the Bucks, whose other goal came from Jessica Sayers. Shifnal Town are in second place after they shared eight goals with Darlaston Town, who scored through Beth Arrowsmith (2), Stacey Arrowsmith and Dionne McKee. Wyrley Ladies edged out Walsall Wood by the odd goal in nine and are up into the top three. Rachel Cumberledge netted twice for Wyrley along with Holly Meehan, Georgia Key and Charli Philpott, with the visitors replying through Tayler Davies (2), Jess Edwards and Leanne Johnson. Caitlin Hopwood grabbed a late equaliser for Sandwell Ladies as they drew for the second straight game, 1-1 with Coventry City who had taken the lead just before via Matilda Astolfi.
Solihull Sporting hold on to top spot in Division One South despite not playing on Sunday but they have been joined by three other teams, including Leamington Lions who defeated Droitwich Spa 6-0. Ava Barnes, Charlotte Hartwell, Sasha Pendleton, Laura Condon and Sarah Costa all scored for Leamington along with an own goal. Alice Belcher scored a hat-trick and Demi-Lee Rolph the other as Knowle won 4-0 against Cookley Sports and Sedgley & Gornal Utd were 1-0 victors at Kingfisher courtesy of a goal from Arshi Zahoor. Rugby Borough emerged as 2-1 winners from their local derby with Rugby Town, Michelle Oldfield netting both their goals and Hannah Morris replying.
Women's Soccer Scene Media ©
on mobile wssNews.co.uk
Women's Sport Search
|Total page reads:|