Hashtag United hit FAWNL Southern Premier Division top spot

AFC Fylde Women
Fylde were denied their first win of the league season at the death. (Photo: Colin Lock)

Hashtag United moved top of the FA Women’s National League Southern Premier Division with the only goal of the game at Cardiff City LFC.


AFC Fylde 2-2 Halifax

Fylde collected a third point of the season in a 2-2 tie with Halifax, that lifted them off the foot of the table. They did let slip a 2-0 interval lead created with goals by Clara Samson and Ginny Lackey, Darcie Greene and Shauna Legge replying with the leveller coming deep in added time.


Cardiff City LFC 0-1 Hashtag United (Att: 292)

Hashtag United knocked Portsmouth off the top of the table, with the only goal of the game away at Cardiff City Ladies scored by Gemma Baker before the half-hour mark.


Northampton Town 3-0 Sheffield FC (Att: 146)
Leek Town 1-1 Notts County (Att: 43)

Alex Dicks, Kim Farrow and Jess Evans were on target as fifth-placed Northampton Town defeated basement side Sheffield FC. Leek town remain goal-difference ahead of Notts County, after the sides shared the points. Nicola Russell gave County a second-half lead, which Manuela Delle wiped out from the spot.


Norton & Stockton Ancients 3-2 York City (Att: 105)

Norton moved level on points with eighth-placed York City, having edged them 3-2 for a first win of the season. Bianca Owens got all their three goals – including a second-half penalty – which proved to be the winner.


Ashford Town (Middlesex) 2-1 Worthing (Att: 55)
Cambridge United 2-3 Queens Park Rangers (Att: 135)
London Seaward 1-0 Haywards Heath Town (Att: 25)

QPR overtook Cambridge United on goal-difference, beating the U’s 3-2 away with a late Emily Hill effort to go third. Ashford Town also went above their opponents, coming from behind to beat Worthing 2-1 and rise to fifth. Brogan Moore levelled and substitute  Martha Riley scored the decider. London Seaward saw off Haywards Heath Town with a first-half free kick from Maisie Cannon.

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