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East Midlands League
Mansfield Town reclaimed third spot in the Premier Division after they narrowly defeated Heather St Johns 1-0. The other game to go ahead on Sunday saw a meeting between two teams just above the bottom two and honours were shared as Market Warsop and Peterborough Azure battled out a 1-1 draw.
One match survived the weather in Division One North, Rise Park lifting themselves into third place by scoring ten without reply away to Sparta Nottingham.
All matches in Division One South were postponed.
Eastern Region League
For the second week running, the fixture schedule in the Eastern Region League was badly affected by the weather and only one match throughout the entire league went ahead.
In Division One South, Arlesey Town took full advantage of their rivals' enforced inactivity to record a 12-0 victory over Leighton Linslade which extends their lead at the top of the table to four points. Katerina Hamplova and Sophia Pidgeon both spearheaded the victory with five goals apiece, with the other two coming from Mandy Cain.
North East League
Sheffield FC leapt into fourth place in the Premier Division, thanks to a 2-1 win away to York City.
One match was played in the Northern Division and it produced a surprise result, Cramlington Juniors recording their first league victory of the season, a 5-3 success at Birtley Town.
In the Southern Division, Keighley were another team to break their duck for this season, winning for the first time when beating Tadcaster Magnets 5-2, lifting themselves out of the bottom two in the process.
North West League
With their other rivals not playing, the top two in the Premier Division both recorded victories to further stretch the gap at the top of the table. Mossley Hill held on to top spot by running out 3-0 winners over Bolton Wanderers, with Chester City staying three points behind after coming away from AFC Urmston Meadowside with a 2-0 success.
One match managed to beat the weather in Division One North, at Warrington Town where visitors Penrith AFC notched up a 6-0 victory which takes them level on points with leaders Brazil.
In Division One South, Liverpool Feds Res extended their advantage at the top to six points by scoring nine without reply past Glossop North End. At the other end of the table, AFC Liverpool moved out of the bottom three thanks to a 5-0 win at Airbus UK.
South West League
Cirencester Town are through to the quarter finals of the Bristol Soccerworld Cup after winning 6-2 away to Winscombe Res. Katrina Fisher and Katie Kingshott each scored twice for Ciren, whose other goals came from Ellie Maynard and Frances Wilson.
The top of the table clash in the Premier Division was postponed and this allowed third placed Frome Town to make up ground by beating Weymouth 3-0. Mel Sartain, Tara Taylor and Lauren Cundick all scored a goal apiece for Frome. In the other game to be played, Stoke Lane Athletic lifted themselves into mid-table with a 3-1 victory away to Taunton Town.
Southern Region League
The weather decimated the League Cup First Round schedule on Sunday with only one of the ties managing to go ahead.
Wycombe Wanderers booked their place in the quarter finals with a 3-2 victory against Bracknell Town.
West Midlands League
Premier Division leaders Solihull Ladies were held to a 2-2 draw by Bradwell Belles but the result means that they now head the table by four points. Stratford Town won 1-0 away to Kidsgrove to go level on points with second placed Worcester City. Hereford Phoenix continued their climb up the table with an 8-2 victory over local rivals Hereford Pegasus, whilst Cannock defeated Lichfield Diamonds 1-0 to climb out of the bottom two.
In Division One North, second placed Stafford Town cut the gap on leaders Willenhall Town to three points after they ran out 8-0 winners away to Rugeley Ladies. Unbeaten Coseley Town follow on in third place as they beat Withymoor 2-0.
The resignation of Leominster Town in Division One South has resulted in a recalculation of the table. Birmingham Athletic remain as leaders and with a four point advantage with Dudley Utd, who won the division's only match 4-1 against Rea Valley, just ahead of Coventry City Development in third place.
* No matches were played in the London & South East League on Sunday.
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