Oxford United went second in the FA Women’s National League Southern Premier Division after victory at Keynsham Town.
Keynsham Town 0-3 Oxford United
Milton Keynes Dons 0-2 Crawley Wasps
Oxford United climbed two places to second after a 3-0 victory at Keynsham, where Beth Lumsden, Riva Casley and Lauren Haynes were on target. Crawley’s win at MK Dons came courtesy of a Iesha Swaby brace and lifted the Wasps to sixth in the table.
Division 1 Midlands
Bedworth United 1-3 Burton Albion
Boldmere St Michaels 3-2 Leek Town
Doncaster Rovers Belles 2-0 Solihull Moors (Att: 101)
Sporting Khalsa 1-3 Peterborough United
Doncaster went four points clear at the top after seeing off Solihull, Boldmere are edging Leek 3-2.
Division 1 North
Durham Cestria 1-1 Stockport County
FC United of Manchester 3-4 Barnsley (Att: 93)
Barnsley gained a second win of the season with the best of seven goals at FC United. They let slip a two-goal lead but an Emily Brett brace helped the Tykes take all three points.
Division 1 South East
Cambridge City 1-1 Actonians
Hashtag United 7-0 Stevenage
London Seaward 3-3 Cambridge United
Norwich City 1-2 Queens Park Rangers
Malika Apindia scored four times as Hashtag United sunk Stevenage 7-0 to top the table on goal-difference, knocking Billericay down to second. Fourth-placed Cambridge United stayed just ahead of London Seaward thanks to a late Ruth Fox leveller in a 3-3 draw.
Did someone say a last minute goal 😍😍 pic.twitter.com/QJiU8r7wST
— Cambridge United WFC (@CambridgeUtdWFC) December 12, 2021
Division 1 South West
AFC Bournemouth 3-1 Swindon Town (Att: 73)
Cheltenham Town 6-0 Poole Town
Maidenhead United 1-1 Portishead
Cheltenham hit Poole for six to lead the division, Bournemouth went second when defeating Swindon, as Southampton Women slipped to third.
League Cup 2nd Round
Norton & Stockton Ancients 2-3 (aet) Fylde
Norton’s Bianca Owens bagged a brace against top flight Fylde but Faye McCoy twice equalised from the spot, two minutes short of the 90 on the second occasion. McCoy completed her hat-trick in extra-time to put Fylde into the quarter-finals.
All other games postponed