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East Midlands League
Gedling Town are in third place in the Premier Division after coming away from Market Warsop with a 3-0 victory. In the other game to be played, Heather St Johns leapfrogged Rolls Royce Leisure into a mid-table position by beating them 3-1.
In Division One North, Rise Park leapt up the table into fifth place when they defeated West Bridgford 4-2. Sparta Nottingham won 2-0 against Allestree to move further away from the bottom two places.
Hinckley Utd further extended their lead at the top of Division One South to seven points, thanks to a 4-0 victory away to Nuneaton Town. Long Eaton Utd won 3-1 against Asfordby Amateurs to climb into third place, ahead of Huncote S & SC who were beaten for the first time this season, 6-3 by Oadby & Wigston.
Eastern Region League
The weather wiped out all of the scheduled league fixtures on Sunday and the only action took place in the Second Round of the League Cup.
Premier Division leaders Peterborough made it safely through with an 8-3 victory over Brentwood Town. Hannah Stubbs and Jade Bell each netted twice, with one apiece from Stacey Schreiber, Stacie Gross, Louise Nicholls and Rachel Carter. Ella Tooley bagged a hat-trick as Braintree Town ran out 7-1 winners away to Leighton Linslade. Laura Hill, Lynsey Bowman, Paula Drane and Zoe Rushen weighed in with the other goals, while Leigh Dean replied for the home side. Paris Smith, Kerry Oldham and Lisa Robins were all on target as Billericay Town defeated Whitwell 3-0.
London & South East League
One game went ahead in the Premier Division on somewhere and it saw Panthers stretch their lead to eight points as they won 3-1 away to Wandgas.
It was also a good day for the leaders of Division One (London) as Kent Magpies defeated Enfield Town Res 3-0 to send themselves five points clear. One other game managed to go ahead, Tring Athletic moving out of the bottom two at the expense of Tower Hamlets after beating them 1-0.
North East League
Hull City picked up three important points from the only Premier Division match to be played, a 3-1 win against St Francis 2000 which takes them out of the bottom two places.
Castleford White Rose are the new leaders of the Southern Division, going top of the table with a 6-1 victory over Wetherby Athletic. Sheffield Utd Junior Blades moved up to third after winning 4-0 away to Keighley.
North West League
Mossley Hill maintained their three point lead at the top of the Premier Division by scoring ten without reply against Bury Girls & Ladies. Chester City made sure of keeping hard on their heels in second place by beating Leigh RMI 3-1. In the other game, AFC Urmston Meadowside moved up the table with an 8-1 victory over Windscale.
In Division One South, Greater Manchester Police put themselves within three points of top of the table Liverpool Feds Res, thanks to an emphatic win against Glossop North End. Winsford meanwhile defeated Airbus UK 8-0 to go fourth.
South West League
Whilst all of the other games in the Premier Division were postponed, Larkhall Athletic took the opportunity to stretch their lead at the top with a 3-0 victory away to Weymouth. Katie Ransome netted a double and Cheryl Baber the other to send Larkhall five points clear.
The only other game to survive the heavy rain was in the Eastern Division and it produced plenty of goals. Cleeve West Town kept up their recent run of good form with a 10-3 victory at home to Downend Flyers. Charley Grimes and Lizzie Barratt each bagged hat-tricks for Cleeve, whose other goals came via a Karen Manson double, Natasha Hale and Alice Cook. Kate Michaels (2) and Lucy Lockyer replied for Downend.
Southern Region League
No play was possible in the Premier Division on Sunday, the only action coming in Division One at Reading Ladies where visitors Chesham Utd Res ran out 3-0 winners to remain in fifth place.
West Midlands League
Solihull Ladies defeated Kidsgrove 6-1 to see themselves take a three point lead at the top of the Premier Division. Stratford Town received a jolt to their challenge as they were beaten for the first time this season, 3-0 by Allscott for whom Verity Farrall, Jamie Phillips and Beth Hughes were on target. Coleshill Town also failed to make up ground, suffering a 5-1 defeat away to Hereford Phoenix. There were plenty of goals on offer in the other two games, Kidderminster Harriers edging out Cannock 4-3 whilst Lichfield Diamonds and Bradwell Belles finished level at 3-3.
One match was played in Division One North, Stafford Town climbing into second place by beating FC Reedswood 2-0. They trail leaders Willenhall Town by six points.
Leamington Lions stepped up their challenge in Division One South, their 5-2 victory over Ferndale leaves them eight points off the pace but with three games in hand.
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