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East Midlands League
Loughborough Foxes made sure of a swift return to the leadership in the Premier Division, thanks to a 5-1 victory away to Heather St Johns. In the other game to be played, third placed Long Eaton Utd kept up their good start by beating Sandiacre Town 5-2.
In Division One South, Leicester Fosse bounced back from a midweek defeat to Kingsthorpe to run out 9-1 winners over Sleaford Town. Kingsthorpe themselves were unable to build on the win as they went down 5-2 at home to Oadby & Wigston, who recorded their first victory of the season and moved off the bottom.
Eastern Region League
After losing top spot in midweek, Hethersett Athletic are back as leaders in the Premier Division after they defeated Woodbridge Town 5-1. Emma Mulley bagged a hat-trick for Hethersett, with the other goals coming from Grace Birchall and Lauren Bailey. At the other end of the table, Cambridge University enjoyed their first victory of the season, beating Kettering Town 3-1 thanks to Manon Van Thorenburg, Danielle Griffiths and Victoria Clarkson.
Things remain tight in Division One North and it is Ipswich Wanderers who lead the way following their 3-1 success away to Taverham, earned through Lauren Richardson, Kayleigh Harwood and an own goal. Thorpe Utd are in second place after Lauren Kett (2) and Charlotte Groves gave them a 3-2 victory at Haverhill Rovers. Fakenham had started the day as leaders but they are back in third after suffering a 3-1 home defeat to Norwich City Res for whom Bridie Hipperson netted twice and Melissa Kersey the other. Faith Hewitt, Clara Greed and Sophie Hopkin were all on target as Cambridge Women Res won 3-1 against local rivals Cambridge Rangers. Great Shelford have secured themselves in mid-table by defeating Whitton Utd 5-3, Becky Taylor and Shavaun Barnum bagging doubles along with Bethany Purser.
One match was played in Division One South and it saw Hutton go top of the table, courtesy of a 3-1 victory over Sawbridgeworth Town with goals from Lucy Hudson, Dannielle Cliffe and Nicole Farmer.
London & South East League
Premier Division leaders Denham Utd preserved their advantage of four points with a 5-3 victory away to Maidstone Town. Two of the chasing teams met each other and it was Littlehampton Town who defeated Westfield 2-1 to hold on to second place. Chichester City lifted themselves into the top half of the table by scoring five without reply away to Boreham Wood.
The top two in Division One (London) met each other and it was Luton Town Res who emerged as 1-0 winners, returning themselves to the top of the table at the expense of Kikk FC. Kent Magpies follow on in third after netting fourteen times past Tower Hamlets. Enfield Town Res are out of the bottom two following a narrow 2-1 victory against Brentford.
North East League
Barnsley continue to lead the Premier Division after a 1-0 win away to Huddersfield Town. Peterlee Town meanwhile climbed into second by beating Hessle Town 4-1, ahead of Whitley Bay who were held to a 1-1 draw by Hull City.
The top teams in the Southern Division table were not in action on Sunday and this gave Castleford White Rose the chance to move into third with a 10-1 victory over Bradford City A. Rothwell Town defeated Wetherby Athletic 2-1 to move into the top half whilst Goole Town and AFC Preston shared four goals.
North West League
Blackpool have raced to the top of Division One North after scoring five without reply away to Carlisle. Local rivals Blackpool Wren Rovers sit in second place on goal difference as they won the day's other game, 3-2 at Brazil.
One match survived the weather in Division One South and it saw Northwich Vixens increase their lead at the top to three points with a 6-0 success away to Liverpool Feds Res.
South West League
This was the worst affected league on Sunday by dreadful weather in the region, which meant that only two matches managed to go ahead, neither of which was played in the Premier Division.
In Eastern Division One, Forest Green Rovers Res claimed their second victory of the season when running out 6-1 winners away to Cleeve West Town.
Plymouth Argyle Res meanwhile continued their early season domination of Western Division One with a 4-2 success at Roche, which stretches their lead to eleven points. Steph Venn (2), Kat Marment and Danielle Moody were all on target for Argyle with the home side replying through Helen Rundle and Charlotte Hobbs.
Southern Region League
Woodley Saints won 5-3 away to Beaconsfield SYCOB to maintain their advantage of three points at the head of the Premier Division from second placed Shanklin, who were 3-0 victors over Bracknell Town. Aldershot Town meanwhile scored seven without reply past Launton to lift themselves into mid-table.
In Division One, table toppers Andover New Street were in Cup action and their lead was trimmed to five points by Basingstoke Town, who inflicted a first defeat of the season on Southampton Women, beating them 2-1. Southampton Saints Res had a better day than their local rivals, defeating Reading Ladies
7-0 to go fourth.
West Midlands League
Dudley Utd's impressive start to the season continued with a 6-0 victory over Hereford Pegasus, which takes them six points clear in the Premier Division. Kidderminster Harriers lifted themselves into fourth, thanks to a 3-0 win away to Bradwell Belles.
In Division One North, only one match managed to go ahead but it resulted in a change of leadership with Cottage Farm Rangers going top by beating Coseley Town 2-0. Rangers are still yet to concede a goal after four matches played.
It was a similar story in Division One South with just a solitary match being played, Ferndale lifting themselves towards a mid-table place with a 5-0 victory over Knowle, who remain at the foot of the table.
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