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Regional Leagues round-up
 Women's Football News 1 Oct 2010
East Midlands League
Friar Lane & Epworth have taken over at the top of the Premier Division after scoring six without reply against Gedling Town. Long Eaton Utd meanwhile dropped points for the first time this season when drawing 2-2 with Shepshed Dynamo, a result which does take them into third place. Retford Utd meanwhile lifted themselves off the foot of the table thanks to their first victory, 3-0 over Sandiacre Town.
A 1-0 success away to Grimsby Town has taken Steel City Wanderers five points clear in Division One North. Market Warsop remain second despite being held to a 2-2 draw by West Bridgford, while Arnold Town defeated Nettleham 3-0 to move into third, ahead of OOH Lincoln Development who were beaten 2-1 at Hucknall Town. The two teams at the foot of the table met each other and it was Rise Park who went home with a 2-0 win away to Sparta Nottingham.
Radcliffe Olympic Res continue to look strong at the top of Division One South and they now head the table by six points after beating Kingsthorpe 13-0. Oadby Owls now lead the chasing teams, climbing into second place by winning 5-0 against Barrowby. Hinckley Utd are in a mid-table position following their 2-0 victory over Raunds Town.
Eastern Region League
There was a change of leadership in the Premier Division, where Hethersett Athletic won 4-2 at Kettering Town to take over top spot. Emily Coates bagged a hat-trick and Luci Middleton the other for Hethersett. Previous leaders Brentwood Town were held to a 1-1 draw by Stevenage Borough, Nikita Whinnett netting their goal with Josie North replying. Third placed Bedford Ladies also drew, Carrissa Kaczarowski and Victoria Mawdsley were on target as they shared four goals with Arlesey Town, who found the net through Sarah Tayler and Libby Pennant. Vicky Bruce scored eight goals and Anna Oje-Agwazwam weighed in with four in Barking's crushing victory over Cambridge University, while Chelmsford City gained a welcome 3-2 win at Peterborough thanks to Emma Ridings, Kim Jeffery and Darel Poole. Haringey Borough and Woodbridge Town finished level at 1-1, Faye Ranner and Charlene Roach on target respectively.
The top three teams in Division One North are all level on points, headed by Fakenham Town who did not play. Thorpe Utd defeated Huntingdon Town 3-1 with goals from Charlotte Groves (2) and Rebekah Lake whilst Kayleigh Harwood netted twice, along with Rachel Gwilliam and Georgie Tricker as Ipswich Wanderers won 4-0 against Cambridge Women Res. Haverhill Rovers ran out 4-1 winners out Great Shelford, on the scoresheet were Katie Shorter (2), Rachel Mann and Penny Everett, and a Bridie Hipperson hat-trick spearheaded Norwich City Res' 5-2 victory over Whitton Utd, the others coming from Claire Rennie and Gemma Farman.
In Division One South, Hutton moved into second by beating Leverstock Green 4-0, Lucy Hudson hitting a hat-trick with Dannielle Cliffe also on target. Michelle Stoneman and Kirsty Chawner netted the goals as Hannakins won 2-0 at Hoddesdon Owls while Sawbridgeworth Town shared a 4-4 draw with Whitwell, on the scoresheet for Sawbow were Wendy Rankin (2), Zoe Plant and Hayley Graham.
London & South East League
Denham Utd power on at the top of the Premier Division and they have doubled their lead to four points by winning 2-1 away to Boreham Wood. Littlehampton Town's 4-1 victory over AFC Wimbledon takes them into second place on goal difference from Tooting & Mitcham Utd, who drew 2-2 at Chichester City, and Westfield, 3-0 winners over Wandgas. Crawley Wasps made sure of keeping touch with the leading sides by beating Whitehawk 6-3 while Panthers and Maidstone Town remain in mid-table after battling out a goalless draw.
Kikk FC lost their 100% record as they were held to a 2-2 draw by MSA Ladies but they are the new leaders of Division One (London) as Luton Town Res were beaten 3-0 at Brentford. Hemel Hempstead defeated Kent Magpies 3-2 to leap above them into third place. West Ham Utd Development scored six without reply away to Enfield Town Res and Knaphill Wanderers won for the first time, 3-0 against Tower Hamlets.
North East League
Bansley are the new Premier Division leaders after beating Hessle Town 3-1. They replace Whitley Bay who went down 5-2 at home to Huddersfield Town. A win would have taken Peterlee Town in second place but they were held to a 1-1 draw by Sheffield Utd Community. York City defeated Durham City
4-0 and are only three points off the pace. Hull City claimed their first victory, 6-1 away to St Francis 2000 to move out of the bottom two.
There was also a change of leadership in the Northern Division where Teesside Sport Ladies beat Scarborough 15-1 to climb to the summit ahead of Whitley Bay Res, who did not play. Brandon Ladies leapfrogged Lumley into third by defeating them 4-2. Tynedale and Redcar Athletic battled out a 1-1 draw and Norton & Stockton Ancients won for the first time, 4-2 against Birtley Town.
Southern Division leaders Beverley Town made it four wins out of four, a 1-0 success away to Castleford White Rose, to stay two points ahead of Doncaster Rovers Belles A who were 2-1 victors at AFC Preston. Sheffield Utd Junior Blades defeated Leeds City Vixens Res 6-3 to move into third. Rothwell Town registered their first victory when beating Ossett Albion 2-0 and Bradford City A moved out of the bottom two, thanks to a 4-2 win at Wetherby Athletic.
North West League
Burnley Girls & Ladies took over at the top of the Premier Division with a 4-0 victory at Wigan Ladies, they lead on goal difference from Crewe Alexandra who were 2-1 winners over Preston North End. Bolton Wanderers had started the day as leaders but are in third following their 1-1 draw with Bury Girls & Ladies. Chester City defeated AFC Urmston Meadowside 4-0 to go fourth, ahead of Wigan Athletic who went down 5-0 at home to Chorley. Fletcher Moss Rangers are starting to find their form and are in mid-table after beating Denton Town 5-2.
Morecambe were held to a 2-2 draw by Penrith AFC but hold on to the leadership of Division One North from a trio of clubs. Blackpool beat Brazil 3-2 to go into second, ahead of local rivals Blackpool Wren Rovers who were 5-2 winners over Bolton Lads & Girls and Whitehaven, 8-0 victors against Bolton Ambassadors. Carlisle returned home with a 1-0 win over Warrington Town under their belts and Leigh RMI edged out Springfields (Preston) by the odd goal in seven.
Northwich Vixens stay top of Division One South after beating Greater Manchester Police 5-1. Birkenhead won 2-1 at Winsford to stay in second place on goal difference, with Manchester Stingers also level on points following their 3-1 victory over Macclesfield Town. Liverpool Feds Res scored six without reply past Airbus UK and Glossop North End claimed their first point in a 1-1 draw with AFC Liverpool.
South West League
Larkhall Athletic continue to stretch the early pace as goals from gave them a 3-0 victory over Chippenham Town. Cheltenham Town lead the chasing teams in second place, they beat Frome Town 4-0 thanks to Nicole Robinson (2), Rhona Donaldson and Abbi Pearce. Marine Academy (Plymouth) were beaten for the first time, 4-3 by Falmouth Town for whom Naomi Blight, Natalie Batchelor, Sasha Sparkes and Emma Pritchard all netted. Weymouth got back to winning ways, Emma Acott's double and Philippa Holden earning them a 3-2 success at Oldland Abbotonians and Luciana Silva grabbed both goals as Keynsham Town Development defeated Bristol Ladies Union 2-1. Kylie Allen and Jess Morgan each scored twice as Stoke Lane Athletic won 6-0 against Taunton Town, Jade Gamlin and Faye Slade adding the others.
Swindon Supermarine won 2-1 away to Cirencester Town to keep hold of top spot in Eastern Division One, through Claire Moreton and an own goal. Hayley Ranachan, Nicki Barnes, Kate Leigh and Emma Hammerton were all on target as Salisbury City claimed their fifth straight win, 4-2 against Swindon Spitfires and Bishop's Lydeard are in third after scoring seven without reply past Nailsea Utd. Holly Miller hit a hat-trick, Rosie Harper adding a brace with one apiece from Natasha Stephens and Natalie Poole. Cleeve West Town moved back into the top half by beating Poole Town 4-0, Lizzie Barratt scoring a hat-trick and Natasha Crew the other.
Danielle Moody and Shona Ardy both hit doubles for Plymouth Argyle Res in their 7-0 victory over Charlestown which takes them eight points clear in Western Division One. Leanne Griffiths, Paula Pearce and Steph Venn added the other goals for Argyle. Exeter City defeated Marjons Old Suttonians 6-0, Kirsty Caunter grabbing a hat-trick along with Natalie Shenton (2) and Naomi Wilkins. Roche lifted themselves into the top half by winning 5-2 at Bude Town, Charlotte Hobbs (2), Ellie Brown, Charlotte Baines and Stacey Dickenson were all on the scoresheet.
Southern Region League
League leaders Woodley Saints were held to a 2-2 draw by Bracknell Town and their advantage has been trimmed to three points by Shanklin, 3-1 winners over Oxford Utd, and Maidenhead Utd who beat Aldershot Town 2-1. Wycombe Wanderers ensured that they are just behind the leading teams after they won 4-0 away to Beaconsfield SYCOB. After a number of heavy defeats to begin their season, Reading Town celebrated their first victory of the season in some style, winning 4-1 at Launton.
Andover New Street got back to winning ways in Division One, beating Boscombe Albion 9-1 to preserve their lead of four points from second placed Southampton Women, who defeated Chesham Utd Res 3-0. Basingstoke Town ran up a huge victory over Reading Ladies to remain in third, just ahead of Henley Town who were 2-1 victors over Southampton Saints Res. Mansfield Road's 4-3 win against Newbury Ladies & Girls has taken them into the top half of the table.
West Midlands League
Dudley Utd stormed to an 11-1 win against Wednesfield Town to maintain their lead of three points at the top of the Premier Division. Solihull Ladies came away from Lichfield Diamonds with a 2-0 victory which keeps them in second, on goal difference from Allscott who defeated Kidderminster Harriers
6-2. Hereford Phoenix beat Bradwell Belles 4-2 to claim their first points of the season as did Cannock, 6-2 winners away to Hereford Pegasus.
Bedworth Utd continue to lead the way in Division One North after they won 7-2 at Kidsgrove. Cottage Farm Rangers made sure of keeping pace with them by beating Chasetown 3-0. Wyrley Juniors' 4-1 victory over Coseley Town has taken them into fourth while Prees Raiders won for the first time, scoring eight without reply past Withymoor.
Division One South table toppers Leamington Lions narrowly beat Coventry City Development 1-0 and they have edged two points clear. Marston Green are in second following their 4-0 victory over Southam Utd, just in front of Fairfield Villa who won 2-0 at Knowle. Redditch Utd remain unbeaten following their 1-1 draw at Rugby Town, who picked up their first point, as did Walsall who won for the first time, 3-2 away to Ferndale. Birmingham Athletic lifted themselves into mid-table, thanks to a 4-1 success against Malvern Town.

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