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East Midlands League
Clifton maintained their lead of two points in the Premier Division, courtesy of a 4-0 victory away to Sandiacre Town. Mansfield Town moved into second by scoring eleven without reply against Corby
S & L. Gedling Town won 2-1 at Peterborough Azure to go fourth, just ahead of Loughborough Students who were midweek winners, whilst Heather St Johns are in the top half following their 4-1 success over Market Warsop.
Retford Utd are showing no signs of slowing up at the top of Division One North, indeed they stretched their lead even further to an impressive twelve points with a 4-0 victory against Allestree. OOH Lincoln A are in third after drawing 3-3 with Lenton Athletic whilst Grimsby Town ran out 9-0 winners over Linby CW to move to within two points of second place. Sparta Nottingham leapfrogged West Bridgford in the table by beating them 4-0.
Hinckley Utd came away from Barrowby with a 6-1 success which preserves their seven point lead in Division One South. Long Eaton Utd are now second after winning 2-0 at Sleaford Town with Huncote
S & SC beating Daventry Town 3-1 to go third. Kingsthorpe follow on in fifth as they defeated Raunds Town by the only goal.
Eastern Region League
Haringey Borough are the new leaders of the Premier Division following a 13-0 victory against bottom of the table Taverham. Joselina Ferreira and Christina Oshodi each scored hat-tricks, Helen Goodacre and Zoe Britton weighed in with doubles and the tally was completed by Stephanie Cooper, Cherkish Young and Erica Varedkova. Peterborough had started the day in pole position but crashed to a 5-1 reverse away to Cambridge University for whom Amanda Wainwright bagged a treble along with Camilla Teige and Helen Bellfield. Bedford Ladies meanwhile edged out Braintree Town by the odd goal in seven, Sophie Smith and Natasha Fensome both netting doubles.
Norwich City Res hold on to top spot in Division One North after Cambridge Rangers went down to a 2-1 defeat at Ipswich Wanderers, whose goals came from Leanne Parker and Shani Plumb. Kelly-Ann Doowra netted a brace for Cambridge Women Res as they drew 2-2 with Kettering Town, who replied through Naomi Dwane and Simone Cook. Huntingdon Town are off the bottom following a 4-1 win away to Histon Hornets.
In Division One South, Arlesey Town maintained their lead of five points with a 6-0 victory over Hoddesdon Owls in which Katerina Hamplova and Sarah Tayler each netted twice, along with Sophia Pidgeon and Kirsty Cooper. Kerry Oldham, Paris Smith and Lisa Silverton were all on target as Billericay Town went second by beating Royston Town 3-1. Sawbridgeworth Town won 2-1 at Whitwell thanks to Wendy Rankin and Helen Graham, whilst AFC Kempston Rovers defeated Leighton Linslade 5-2. Sally Dayus (2), Alison Hayes, Joanne Watts and Nina Bradbury all found the net for Kempston, with Leighton replying through Nikki Tarrant.
Chelmsford City booked their place in the Third Round of the League Cup by winning 1-0 against Stevenage Borough, Emma Ridings scoring the only goal of the game.
London & South East League
Panthers continue to look strong at the top of the Premier Division and they extended their lead to nine points with a 2-0 win at Garston. Old Actonians, who have three games in hand, went second by beating AFC Wimbledon 3-1, ahead of Denham Utd who suffered a surprise 6-1 defeat at home to Wandgas. Maidstone Town consolidated themselves in mid-table, thanks to a 7-2 victory over Horley Town.
Division One (London) leaders Kent Magpies went down to a surprise 2-1 defeat at home to West Ham Utd Development and saw their advantage cut to two points by Surbiton Town, who won 7-1 against Brentford. Tooting & Mitcham Utd kept up their challenge in third place with a 4-0 victory over Enfield Town Res. Hemel Hempstead pipped Tower Hamlets by the odd goal in seven and Manford Way won for the first time this season, 3-2 against Tring Athletic.
North East League
Roisin Turnbull and Sarah Coleman were on the scoresheet as Whitley Bay won 2-1 at Ossett Albion to stretch their Premier Division lead to four points from Barnsley, who were beaten 2-1 by Hull City. Sheffield Utd Community lost their unbeaten record, going down 3-0 in their local derby match to Sheffield FC who stay just behind them in fourth place. Marie Widerman, Liz Gomersall and Steph Spence were all on target for the victorious side. Guiseley shared six goals with York City whilst Peterlee Town were 2-1 victors away to St Francis 2000.
Southern Division leaders Castleford White Rose defeated Beverley Town 3-2 to maintain their two point advantage from Hessle Town, who ran out 7-1 winners over Wetherby Athletic. AFC Preston consolidated themselves in mid-table by scoring ten without reply against Harrogate Railway.
North West League
Chester City picked up a 1-0 victory over Preston North End to go level on points with Premier Division table toppers Mossley Hill, who were not in action. AFC Urmston Meadowside and Burnley Girls finished level at 3-3 and Bury Girls & Ladies lifted themselves off the bottom by beating Leigh RMI 6-2.
Brazil opened up a lead of three points at the top of Division One North with a 2-0 win against Warrington Town. Bolton Lads & Girls made up ground by defeating Blackpool Wren Rovers Res 9-0 whilst Springfields (Preston) claimed a valuable point in a 3-3 draw with Burscough.
Division One South leaders Liverpool Feds Res did not play and their advantage was halved to three points by Greater Manchester Police who won emphatically against Airbus UK. Winsford triumphed 4-1 at Buxton to go third, ahead of Denton Town who conceded their first points of the season when beaten 4-3 by Manchester Stingers. Macclesfield Town defeated Glossop North End 5-1 and Birkenhead were 4-1 winners over AFC Liverpool.
South West League
Frome Town stepped up their Premier Division title challenge and moved into second place by inflicting a first defeat of the season on Gloucester City. The Somerset side trailed 2-0 after twenty minutes but a Cassie Powell double and Kate German gave them a 3-2 victory which takes them within two points of leaders Larkhall Athletic. Saltash Utd remain well in contention after winning 5-0 at Weymouth, Sam Drewery scoring twice along with Sammie Platts, Stacey Arthur and Julie Hewitt. Stoke Lane Athletic edged out Oldland Abbotonians 4-3 to climb into the top half, just ahead of Cheltenham Town who beat Taunton Town 2-1 thanks to Cherie Rutherford and Charley Griffin.
It was a good day for Cirencester Town as they went two points clear at the top of the Eastern Division. Frances Wilson netted five times and Lucie Vickers weighed in with four as Cirencester won 11-1 against Winscombe Res. Katie Kingshott and Chyna Collings completed the tally. Ciren's two nearest rivals, Forest Green Rovers Res and Bishop's Lydeard, battled out a 2-2 draw. The other game in the division between Downend Flyers and Keynsham Town Development also finished 2-2, Kate Michaels and Emma Cove on target for Downend with Hari Sabic and Cassie Wilkins replying for Keynsham.
Falmouth Town have taken a firm grip on the title race in the Western Division, going nine points clear with a 6-3 victory over Torpoint Athletic. Katy Barker scored a hat-trick, Becky Hall added two and Helena Calfe the other for Falmouth, with Torpoint replying through Becky Richards, Rachel Finch and Paual Pearce. Plymouth Argyle Res meanwhile won 2-0 at Yeovil Town Res to put a dent in the home side's hopes, Kat Marment and Faye Hankinson scoring their goals.
Southern Region League
Bracknell Town climbed into third place in the Premier Division with a 3-1 win away to Launton. Wycombe Wanderers inflicted a 6-1 defeat on Slough while Oxford Utd moved out of the bottom two, thanks to a 2-0 victory at Henley Town.
Woodley Saints returned to the top of Division One by winning 4-1 at Chesham Utd Res. Southampton Saints Res defeated Reading Ladies 3-0 whilst Reading Girls and Banbury Utd battled out a 2-2 draw.
One match was played in the First Round of the League Cup, Maidenhead Utd booking their place in the quarter finals by beating Newbury Ladies & Girls 4-1.
West Midlands League
League leaders Worcester City are into the semi finals of the Premier Division Cup after winning 2-1 at Allscott. Solihull Ladies won an exciting tie 4-3 against Stratford Town and Lichfield Diamonds went through by defeating Hereford Pegasus 6-2. Hereford Phoenix meanwhile won their delayed First Round tie 3-1 over Kidsgrove.
In the Division One North Cup, Coseley Town claimed a 7-0 win against table toppers Willenhall Town. Also through to the last four are Cottage Farm Rangers, 2-1 victors over Bedworth Utd, and Wyrley Juniors who beat FC Reedswood 3-0.
It was not a good day either for the leaders of Division One South as they went out in the First Round, beaten 7-0 by Dudley Utd. Coventry City Development meanwhile defeated Fairfield Villa 2-0. In the quarter finals, Leamington Lions eased to a 4-0 victory over Ferndale, Rea Valley won 5-3 at Knowle and Redditch Utd edged out Walsall 4-3 after extra time.
In the Premier Division, Bradwell Belles went fourth by beating Cannock 4-2 whilst Kidderminster Harriers and Coleshill Town shared a 1-1 draw.
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