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FA Women’s National League

Division One South East

In the only match to be played on Sunday, London Seaward notched up their third win of the season when they scored six times without reply past AFC Sudbury. Shamoy Campbell led the scoring for the Anchors with a hat-trick, Megan Burrows weighed in with a brace and Ylenia Carabott was also on target.

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Newcastle Utd have gone three points clear at the top of the Northern Division after running out 5-1 winners away to Durham Cestria. Lucy McConnell netted a brace fpr the Magpies, with the other goals coming from Amy Hargrave, Holly Doogan and Georgina Spraggon. Second placed Stockport County lost some ground as they were beaten 3-1 by Middlesbrough, whose scorers were Amber Rodgers (2) and Armani Maxwell. Three teams are a single point behind Stockport, level with each other, headed by Leeds Utd who shared a 3-3 draw with Bradford City. Delilah Nelson and Olivia Fox both scored for Leeds along with an own goal, whilst Bradford netted through Leah Greaves, Ellie Walters and Megan Davis. Katie Cannon hit a hat-trick, Eleanor Lambert added a double, with Ashley Tiripke and Sophia Lyons scoring the others as Huddersfield Town defeated Chorley 7-3 and Halifax FC Women were 5-2 winners over Hull City thanks to Izzy Armson (2), Imani Todman (2) and Anna Clayton. Liverpool Feds meanwhile won 7-0 against Barnsley, courtesy of Anais Pattison (2), Paris Gillespie, Hanna Pennington, Karl Wheldon and Millie Williams.

Midland Division leaders Derby County made it eight wins out of eight with a 5-1 success away to Stoke City in which Ruby Barnes netted twice along with Poppy Hobson, Eleanor Humphrey and Laura Monk. Derby stay eight points ahead of Peterborough Utd who got back to winning ways as a second half brace from Ella-Mai Bale ensured they came from behind to beat Doncaster Roves Belles 2-1. Wolverhampton Wanderers replaced Lincoln City in third place after beating them 5-2, Darcy Cartwright netting a brace for Wolves along with Hollie Bailey and two own goals. Notts County meanwhile shared a 2-2 draw with Sporting Khalsa, who scored through Rebecca Green and Lauren Walker.  

The top of the table clash in the South East & Central Division went the way of Oxford Utd, who notched up a sixth straight victory when beating Billericay Town 3-1 with goals from Lexie North, Holly Sellwood and Paige Hoile. Watford have moved above Billericay into second on goal difference after goals from Isabella Sturmey (2), Lily Whitelock and Stephanie Caseriu gave them a 4-0 victory away to Hashtag Utd. Cambridge City maintained their good start with a 2-0 success at Maidenhead Utd, Anais Winney bagging a brace, whilst Queen’s Park Rangers were 2-1 victors away to AFC Sudbury.

AFC Bournemouth have opened up a lead of three points at the top of the South West Division after scoring nine times without reply past Keynsham Town. Leah Harris led the scoring with a hat-trick, Hannah Francis weighed in with a brace, and there was one apiece from Elin Starck, Amie Cooper and Hannah Hughes along with an own goal. Southampton Women meanwhile won 2-0 against Moneyfields thanks to Phoebe Connor and Katelyn Wort.