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 Women's Football WNL Division 1 South East News - 22 Sep 2021
Southern Premier Division
Ipswich Town took advantage of Southampton FC Women not having a game and replaced them at the top of the table, thanks to an 11-2 win over a youthful Keynsham Town side. Eloise King netted four of the goals for the Tractor Girls, Anna Grey and Sophie Peskett added two apiece and also on target were Maddie Biggs, Maria Boswell and Abbie Lafayette.
Crawley Wasps meanwhile entered the top three after running out 5-1 winners away to London Bees. Charlotte Owen, Naomi Cole, Nicola Gibson and Emma Plewa all scored for Crawley along with an own goal whilst the Bees, who were beaten at home for the first time this season, replied through a long range strike from Florence Gamby.
Gillingham meanwhile picked up their best win of the season so far, 4-1 against Chichester & Selsey. Amy Russ was on target twice for the Gills along with Phoebe Leitch and Otesha Charles, whilst Chi's consolation came from Laura da Silva.
Division One North
One match was played in the division on Sunday but it resulted in a change of leadership. Emily Douglas led the scoring with a hat-trick as Liverpool Feds continued their excellent start to the season with a 3-0 victory away to Norton & Stockton Ancients, which sees them replace Leeds Utd at the top on goal difference.
Division One Midlands
Leek Town have moved into fifth place in the table after they defeated Peterborough Utd 4-1. The two teams had been separated by a single point going into the game but a double from Katie Maya, plus goals by Katie Gibbons and Michaela Lockett, saw Leek to their third victory of the season, whilst Kier Perkins grabbed a late consolation goal for the Posh Ladies.
Division One South East
Leaders Billericay Town were narrow 1-0 winners over Cambridge City and this has given them a lead of three points at the top of the table, from Hashtag Utd who were not in action. A tight encounter was settled with eight minutes remaining, when Zoe Rushen scored the only goal of the game.
Third placed Actonians Ladies received a setback as they went down to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Norwich City. Millie Daviss and Freya Symonds scored the goals to earn Norwich their first league victory of the season, after Maria Ledezma-Viso had given Actonians an early lead.
It was also a good day for Stevenage Women who also won for the first time, after having started the game at the foot of the table. Louise Godden was on target as Stevenage triumphed 1-0 away to Enfield Town, which gets them off the mark for the season and two places up the table.
Division One South West
In the solitary match to be played in the division, Chesham Utd took the opportunity to go three points clear at the top of the table by winning 1-0 away to Poole Town. Gemma Fraser scored the game's only goal for the Clarets, midway through the first half.


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