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East Midlands League
In the only Premier Division game to be played on Sunday, Sandiacre Town leapfrogged Gedling Town into a mid-table position by beating them 2-0.
In Division One North, Arnold Town moved back into third place with a 3-2 victory over Rise Park. Sparta Nottingham continued their improving form as they picked up another point when sharing eight goals with OOH Lincoln Development.
Radcliffe Olympic Res got back to winning ways and their 2-0 win against Barrowby has taken them six points clear at the top of Division One South. Hinckley Utd defeated Oadby Owls 6-2 to climb above them into third and Leicester Fosse came away from Sleaford Town with a 2-1 victory.
Eastern Region League
Ipswich Wanderers made sure of a swift return to the leadership of Division One North, thanks to a
3-1 win away to Cambridge Women Res. Tanya McKew was on target twice for Ipswich along with Emma Goldsmith. Improving Taverham meanwhile picked up another point, Melissa Rudd and Victoria Keene earning them a 2-2 draw with Great Shelford, whose goals came from Rachel Pearce and an own goal. Whitton Utd and Cambridge Rangers finished level at 1-1, Jenna Liverpool netting for Whitton with Nadine Sillence replying.
There was also a change of leaders in Division One South, C & K Basildon returning to the top as goals from Angela Arnold, Carly Eagles, Karley Hunt and Stacy Whitehead gave them a 4-0 victory over Hoddesdon Owls. Giselle Subryan netted the only goal of the game as Leverstock Green won 1-0 away to Whitwell.
London & South East League
Kikk FC have opened up a lead of three points in Division One (London) following their 4-0 victory over Brentford. West Ham Utd Development meanwhile went into second, courtesy of a 12-1 success at Tower Hamlets. Kent Magpies are a further point adrift in fourth place after they defeated Knaphill Wanderers 3-0.
North East League
One match was played in the Premier Division on Sunday and it turned out to be a good day for St Francis 2000, who climbed out of the bottom two with a 3-2 victory away to third placed Hessle Town.
In the Northern Division, Birtley Town ran out 6-1 winners over Scarborough to lift themselves into third place, just three points off the pace.
Castleford White Rose have taken over at the top of the Southern Division following their 6-2 victory over Goole Town. Rothwell Town won 11-1 away to AFC Preston to move into third, on goal difference from Sheffield Utd Junior Blades who shared a goalless draw with Wakefield Res. Leeds City Vixens Res were 4-1 victors at Bradford City A while Wetherby Athletic celebrated their first victory and points of the season, beating Doncaster Rovers Belles A 2-0.
North West League
League leaders Crewe Alexandra were in F.A.Women's Cup action and saw their advantage trimmed to four points by Chorley, who climbed into second after beating Bury Girls & Ladies 6-0. Burnley Girls & Ladies missed an opportunity to close the gap as they went down to their first defeat of the season,
3-2 against Denton Town. Fletcher Moss Rangers won 3-1 at AFC Urmston Meadowside to move into a challenging position as did Wigan Athletic with a 3-0 victory over Preston North End.
Brazil are in third place in Division One North following their 6-1 win away to Springfields (Preston). Leigh RMI meanwhile moved closer to the mid-table positions as they won 6-3 at Bolton Ambassadors.
Northwich Vixens claimed their eighth straight win in Division One South, 2-0 against Mossley Hill Res to stay three points ahead of Greater Manchester Police who defeated Liverpool Feds Res 5-1. Manchester Stingers won 3-0 at AFC Liverpool to go third. Macclesfield Town won for the first time, 6-0 against Airbus UK while Winsford and Glossop North End finished level at 1-1.
South West League
One match was played in the Premier Division on Sunday because of F.A.Women's Cup duties and it saw Bristol Ladies Union move into the top four via a 3-0 win away to Oldland Abbotonians. Frankie Stone was on target twice for Union, along with Ghandi McNair.
Swindon Supermarine are back on top of Eastern Division One following their 4-2 victory at Forest Green Rovers Res. Mel Bristow bagged a hat-trick for the Wiltshire side, with Michelle Rich adding the other. Cleeve West Town leapfrogged Bishop's Lydeard into third place by beating them 4-0, thanks to a brace from Natasha Hale, with the other strikes by Gemma Baker and Lizzie Barratt. Cirencester Town meanwhile claimed a 3-2 win over Downend Flyers which lifts them off the bottom.
Plymouth Argyle Res scored nine without reply against Torpoint Athletic to maintain their lead of twelve points in Western Division One. Sophie Drake netted a hat-trick, Faye Hankinson and Danielle Moody added doubles with Aoife Aherne and Steph Beck completing the scoring. Second placed Exeter City also won, 4-1 over Bude Town to continue their chase after the runaway leaders. Helen Kukor was on target twice along with Hannah Cox and Kirsty Caunter.
Southern Region League
Woodley Saints have edged further ahead in the Premier Division, extending their lead to four points after they drew 1-1 away to Wycombe Wanderers in the solitary match.
In Division One, Basingstoke Town shared four goals with Southampton Saints Res to cut the gap on leaders Andover New Street to four points. Mansfield Road kept up their good form and are a further point adrift in third place following their 3-1 win at Chesham Utd Res. Southampton Women maintained their own challenge as they defeated Henley Town 3-1.
West Midlands League
Dudley Utd edged out Bradwell Belles 1-0 to stay six points clear at the top of the Premier Division from Allscott, who were 2-0 victors at Hereford Phoenix. Kidderminster Harriers meanwhile defeated Kingshurst Sporting 5-1 to move into fourth.
One match took place in Division One North, FC Reedswood propelling themselves into a mid-table position by running out 7-1 winners over Withymoor, who are still seeking their first points.
Division One South table toppers Leamington Lions had their winning start to the season checked by Marston Green, who held them to a 2-2 draw to preserve their own unbeaten record. Leamington are two points ahead of Coventry City Development, who went second by winning 2-1 at Ferndale.
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