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 Women's Football Regional Premier North East News - 6 Oct 2017
 
East Midlands League
Peterborough Northern Star replaced Eastwood Ladies as leaders of the Premier Division table after beating them 4-0 on Sunday. Leicester City Women Development won 7-3 against Mansfield Hosiery Mills and have gone second, Gabriella Reid netting four times along with Georgia Gladwin (2) and Lauren Handley. Oughtibridge notched up their second straight win, 4-1 over Mansfield Town thanks to a Lauren Turner brace, Codi Melia and Kathryn Mudge, meanwhile Jess Woffinden and Natalie Gibson each netted twice for Ollerton Town in their 4-0 victory over Kettering Town. Nettleham also won 4-0 against Rise Park, Annie Ward, Sophie Crosby, Rebecca Hornsey and Abbie Murrell all getting on the scoresheet, and Jenny Lorimer netted for Arnold Town in their 1-1 draw with Loughborough Students, who replied through Rosie Anderson.
 
After having lost the leadership in midweek, Woodlands Ladies returned to the top of Division One North with a 3-1 victory over Clifton in which Rian Finney, Lauren Turner and Jody Scott all scored. Lincoln Moorlands Railway made it three wins on the trot when scoring six without reply past Market Warsop, courtesy of a goal apiece from Naomi Johnson, Alice Hayes, Lauren Parsley, Lauren Churcher, Dawn Harmer and Kayleigh Hall. Millie Seaton and Amie Barnes-Ford were on target as Hykeham Town won 2-1 at Grimsby Borough and Sleaford Town beat Draycott Victoria 4-1 thanks to Amy Kilgannon (2), Lauren Alderson and Joanne Wilson.
 
Division One South leaders Northampton Town were not in action on Sunday and their advantage has been trimmed to a single point by AFC Leicester who beat Desford 2-0 with goals from Nadia Pitt and Olivia Bibby. Samantha Hargrave (2) and Danielle Gilbert were on the scoresheet as third placed Oadby & Wigston Dynamo drew 3-3 against Corby Town, whose replies came from Nicole Andrejczuk, Nicole Coull and Stacey McConville. Peterborough Utd follow on after Keir Perkins (2) and Jessica Driscoll gave them a 3-2 win over Corby S & L and Cosby Utd edged out Loughborough Foxes Vixens by the odd goal in seven, Analice Wilkes netting twice along with Ella Needham and Eleanor Williams.
 
Eastern Region League
A 3-2 victory over Bedford Ladies keeps Billericay Town two points ahead in the Premier Division, goals coming from Sally Appleton, Lauren Knight and Lindsey Morgan. Writtle stay hard on their heels following an emphatic win over Lowestoft Town, Leanne Stubbings bagging a four-goal haul while Ellie Bowdidge and Sophie Vale weighed in with hat-tricks, Courtney Clarke (2), Abigail Fry (2) and Charlotte Bryant completing the scoring. Acle Utd stay in touch with the leading sides, they beat Colchester Town 6-2 thanks to a Grace Birchall hat-trick, Megan Todd double and Kate Pasque. Victoria Allen netted for Colney Heath in their 1-1 draw with Royston Town, for whom Becky Shephard replied, and Isabella SImmons and an own goal gave Cambridge City a 2-1 victory against AFC Dunstable. AFC Sudbury also won 2-1 away to Brentwood Town, Charlene Roach netting both goals.
 
Ipswich Wanderers are the new leaders of Division One North after Jess Taylor-Allum and Michelle Taylor-Allum were on target in their 2-0 victory over King's Lynn Town. Emily Steward hit a hat-trick as Ipswich Town Development won for the first time this season, 3-2 against Cambridge Utd Res.
 
Division One South table toppers Stevenage Ladies Res made it four wins in a row against Bishop's Stortford, Hannah Marshall leading the scoring with a five-goal haul. Emily Schofield grabbed a hat-trick along with doubles from Holly Darling, Daniela Martucci and Becky Day, with Naomi Sleator and Rebecca Brooker also on target. Georgia Fraser meanwhile netted both goals for Little Thurrock Dynamos as they beat Hertford Town 2-0.
 
In the League Cup, Harlow Town went through to the Second Round by winning 3-1 against Hoddesdon Town Owls with goals from Abbey Dell, Chloe Bassett and Frances Gamble.
 
London & South East League
It was League Cup week with the first round of group matches and league leaders AFC Phoenix have got off to a winning start, goals from Saskia Philp (2), Natalia Mann, Brittany Saylor and Kasey Kelm giving them a 5-0 victory over Aylesford. Crawley Wasps meanwhile netted nine without reply past Carshalton Athletic, Hayley Fowle hitting a hat-trick along with Danielle Boyd, Naomi Cole, Suzy Davis, Rosanne Fine, Kemina Webber and Nicholle Smith, whilst goals from Emily Hart and Laura Susarta earned London Kent Football Utd a 2-0 win away to Eastbourne Town.
 
One match was played in the league, Parkwood Rangers going level on points with leaders AFC Phoenix and Crawley Wasps after Sophie Hayes and Emily Vaughan were on target in their 2-1 victory against Fulham FC Foundation.
 
North East League
Norton & Stockton Ancients have moved to the top of the Premier Division following a twelve goal victory over Wakefield. Anna Mawston and Nyci Thorns each bagged hat-tricks, with Kate McSorley (2), Victoria Hutchinson (2), Courtney Corrie and Kira Whittle completing the scoring. Previous leaders Durham Cestria were beaten for the first time, 1-0 by Farsley Celtic. Olivia Turnbull scored the only goal of the game to take Farsley level on points with Durham and Norton. Tynedale also recorded a 1-0 win against York City, thanks to a solitary strike from Natasha Wilson.
 
There was a change of leadership in the Northern Division with Boro Rangers taking over at the top by winning 5-1 at Blyth Lions. Suzanne Fox netted twice, with one apiece from Jade Featherstone, Sarah Whitelock and Alex Hodgson. York RI moved up into second with an 11-1 victory over Guisborough Ladies, Jodie Langstaff netting five times along with doubles from Tehillah Ndhlovu, Kerry Playle and Ellie Smith. South Shields belatedly opened their league campaign by beating Boldon CA Villa 4-3, courtesy of a goal apiece from Dionne Fleming, Becki McMahon, Paige Lester and Laura Howe.
 
Altofts Ladies moved to the top of the Southern Division when a solitary goal from Natalie Riley earned them a 1-0 win over Harrogate Town. They replace Malet Lambert YC who were beaten 2-1 by Sheffield Wednesday, Sophie Eyre and Brooke Marsden scoring their goals. Nicola Hadley netted a brace for Harrogate Railway in their 2-1 success away to Doncaster Belles (Women's) and Ossett Albion won a high scoring affair 7-4 against Swallownest Beighton, Nicola Swift hitting a hat-trick along with Charlotte Gough (2), Anna Taylor and Jenna Wraith.
 
Wallsend BC progressed in the League Cup by scoring eight times without reply past Prudhoe Town. Samantha Deverdics and Brittany Davison both hit hat-tricks and they were joined on the scoresheet by Catherine Shields and Brooke Wilkinson.
 
North West League
Merseyrail Bootle are the new leaders of the Premier Division after they won 4-2 away to Wigan Athletic and previous table toppers MSB Woolton went down to a 3-2 defeat at home to Manchester Stingers who picked up their first points of the season. Fleetwood Town Wrens follow on after beating Sir Tom Finney 6-1, meanwhile Tranmere Rovers claimed their second victory in a row, 1-0 against Burnley Girls & Ladies, and this has lifted them up to fourth. Blackpool and Blackburn Community each got off the mark with their first point of the new campaign when battling out a 1-1 draw.
 
Bury FC Women held on to the leadership of Division One North with a 10-2 victory over Burscough Dynamo. They stay one point ahead of Penrith AFC who defeated Morecambe Res 3-0 in the other game.
 
Curzon Ashton won 4-2 against City of Liverpool to return to the top of Division One South, ahead of Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res who were beaten by FC United of Manchester. West Didsbury & Chorlton join FC United on six points after beating Altrincham 3-0, as do Warrington Wolverines with a 3-1 victory over Crewe Alexandra Development.
 
South West League
Middlezoy Rovers have returned to the top of the league with a 3-1 victory over Ilminster Town. Sarah Carling was on target twice along with Anusia Rourke, with Maisie Poole replying. Marika Niekuwal scored a hat-trick as Forest Green Rovers went third by winning 5-1 at Keynsham Town Development, Sian Towler and Holly Thomas adding their others, Rhianna Ben-Carew netting a consolation for the home side. Bishop's Lydeard are also on six points after beating Charlestown 4-0, Holly Miller and Emily Syme each hitting doubles.
 
Almondsbury have taken over the leadership of the Eastern Division with a 7-2 victory against Cheltenham Town Development. Jamie Leigh Worlock and Rhianne Oakley each scored twice, with one apiece from Abby Rose, Beth Poore and Farran Stewart. Portishead Town were 4-0 winners away to Frome Town and have gone second, Shannon Holloway bagged a brace with Ruby Lowe and Hannah Thornton also on target. Team Mendip made it three wins on the trot when beating Cheltenham Civil Service 5-2, courtesy of a goal each from Natasha Crew, Samantha Crew, Steph Goddard, Ellie Oritt and Abigail Pring. Swindon Spitfires were also 5-2 victors against Oldland Abbotonians, Katie Wadey (2), Claire Moreton, Skye Peters and Charley Reynolds netting their goals with Anneka Hawkins-Hoare hitting a brace in reply.
 
The top two did not play in the Western Division and Bude Town are up into third after Charlotte Mulligan-Lang (2), Leanne Stanbury and an own goal took them to a 4-0 victory over Bideford Town. Gemma Anderson, Becky Folds and Charley Melton all scored for Exeter & Tedburn Rangers in their 3-3 draw with Activate, who responded through Wensdy Wise (2) and Amy Wise.
 
Southern Region League
Oxford City's hopes of a third successive appearance in the League Cup Final were brought to an end in the opening round when they were beaten 2-1 by Chesham Utd after extra time, Dawne Campbell and Kate Bowers scoring for the Clarets with Lauren May replying. Milton Keynes City were 2-0 winners away to Benson Lionesses and Barton Rovers netted six without reply past Wokingham & Emmbrook, Steph Nelson bagging a hat-trick along with Gemma Sims (2) and Amelia Sergent. Rosie Page-Smith (2), May Hamblin and Natasha Masters were the markswomen for Woodley Utd in their 4-2 victory at Wycombe Wanderers. Megan Fox was on target four times for Warsash Wasps as they beat Alton Ladies 6-0, Nicolle Keen and Frances Lanham also getting on the scoresheet.
 
Newbury Ladies have climbed to the summit of the Premier Division after a Gemma Burnett brace, Ellie Reed and Ruby Oliver gave them a 4-0 win away to Shanklin. Ascot Utd defeated Team Solent 7-1 to move into the top three, Lucy Holzman-Clarke hitting a hat-trick with Olivia Hazell (2), Lucie Kroutilova and Sian Miller also on target.
 
In Division One South, AFC Bournemouth replaced Southampton Women Res at the top of the table after they defeated them 6-0. Rosie Eden scored a hat-trick, Chloe Tape added a further two and Emma Davis was also on the scoresheet.
 
West Midlands League
Crusaders stay top of the Premier Division with a 2-1 success away to Knowle in which Nikki Brazil and Jade Guppy scored. They remain ahead on goal difference from Leafield Athletic who beat Coundon Court 4-1 with goals from Amy Andrews, Shona Baldwin, Isobel Godfrey and Kaiisha Shade. Stockingford AA Pavilion follow on in third after their 8-2 victory over Wolverhampton Sporting. Sharni Turnbull scored a hat-trick, Victoria McKay added a brace and the tally was completed by Katy Farmer, Hannah Morris and Catherine Smith. Bedworth Utd netted eleven times without reply past Leamington Lions, Leona McCook hitting a hat-trick alongside Alex Shilton (2), Chevette Steel (2), Shanice Walsh (2), Lydia Hackney and Milly Miller.
 
Sutton Coldfield Town defeated Shrewsbury Town 3-2 and their third straight win has taken them two points clear at the top of Division One North. Sarah Lampitt, Elizabeth Smart and an own goal gave them the points. Chelsea Beardsmore, Sian Rowles and Tamara Thomasson were on target as Bilbrook beat Florence 3-1 to go third. Leek Town ran out 5-0 winners at Atherstone Rangers, Katie Maya and Elise Skelding each bagging braces along with Isabel Wretham, meanwhile Holly Ellison and Holly Fowell both scored to give Goldenhill Wanderers a 2-1 success away to Brereton Town.
 
Solihull Utd won 9-2 against Solihull Sporting to go three points ahead in Division One South. Catherine Harris bagged a four-goal haul, Saddiqa Shan and Hayley Wilford each netted twice and Rebecca Wood was also on target. Gornal Ladies moved into second when a Sophie Perrin hat-trick, Sarah Lojko (2) and Natalie Barnes saw them to a 6-3 victory over Coventry Sphinx. Samantha Berry, Lucinda Dovey, Eloise Gerhold, McKenzie Karas and Sophia Liperis were all on the scoresheet as Redditch Utd defeated Droitwich Spa 5-0 and Stourbridge were 3-2 winners away to Rugby Town thanks to Lili Bown (2) and Elsoni Fowkes.
 

 

 
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