New Regional League divisional leaders after results on Sunday 14th October were Durham Cestria, Frampton Rangers, Moneyfields and Sleaford Town.
EASTERN – Bedford beat Brentwood
PREMIER – Bedford are fourth after a 5-3 win over leaders Brentwood Town in which Eden Kibron scored a couple. Peterborough Northern Star progressed to second with a 4-0 result over Harlow Town as Katie Steward got a double, Royston Town’s Teonie Peyton bagged a brace in their five goals at AFC Sudbury that lifted them to third. Wymondham Town ran out 7-0 winners against Colney Heath with Laura Nicholls netting four of them.
ONE – Stevenage Reserves moved seven points clear as Erin Pope hit a hat-trick in their 6-1 victory at Kings Lynn Town. St Ives Town are second after winning 4-1 at Ipswich Wanderers, goal-difference ahead of Newmarket Town who beat Bowers & Pitsea 3-1 and Lawford’s 4-0 defeat of Hertford Town put them fourth. Hoddesdon Town Owls got all three goals in the game with Bishops Stortford, Hutton and Hatfield Peverel ended goalless.
EAST MIDLANDS – Five in a row for Foxes
PREMIER – Leicester City WFC Development extended their winning start to five games with a 5-1 success at Eastwood, aided by a Chantelle Amber brace. Oughtibridge WMSC edged Loughborough Students 4-3 with a Becky Shaw double, Peterborough United’s 7-1 sinking of Woodlands featured a second-half Donna McGuigan hat-trick. Kayleigh Downs’ double saw Mansfield Town to a 2-1 result with Rise Park, Leicester City Ladies and Kettering Town ended nil-nil.
1 NORTH – Sleaford Town took over the leadership when defeating Retford United 2-1, Lincoln Moorlands-Railway are up to second by winning the seven-goal thriller at Arnold Town thanks to substitute Sammy Boothright’s decider. Hylkeham Town’s Amie Barnes-Ford was twice on target in a 3-1 win at Calverton Miners Welfare.
1 SOUTH – Northampton Town made it three straight wins with a 5-1 score over Loughborough Foxes Vixens which featured a four-goal haul for Emma Dunmore.
LONDON & SOUTH EAST – KFU inflict first defeat on leaders
PREMIER – Kent Football United went second when becoming the first side to defeat Whyteleafe, as Amy Russ got both goals in the away win.
LEAGUE CUP GROUP A – Aylesford hit Eastbourne Town for six and Rebecca Barr netted three of them. London Kent Football United were 5-0 winners at Parkwood with two by Emily Hart.
GROUP B – QPR Girls Development won 2-1 at Fulham with sub Melanie Hall getting the decider.
GREATER LONDON PREMIER – Ashford Town (Middx), Godalming Town and New London Lioneses all made it four wins from as many games, the former walloping Watford Development 12-1 with four from Ashley Cheatley.
Godalming’s 4-0 win at Hackney was equaled by the Lionesses result over Spurs Development that included a Beth McGee brace, while elsewhere Victoire were 3-0 winners over Colne Valley.
SOUTH EAST COUNTIES PREMIER – Crawley Wasps Reserves have won all seven games to date after a 4-2 success at Lewes Foundation, which included two for sub Amy Clark. Winless Bexhill United did not rollover for unbeaten Ashford but eventually lost 2-1 when Danielle Acani came off the bench to score. Saltdean United are third following a 2-1 defeat of Eastbourne, Phoenix Sports shared the points 1-1 with Worthing and Newhaven’s match with Meridian was abandoned with them 4-0 up on 27 minutes due an injured and immobile player, as the ambulance took over an hour to arrive.
NORTH EAST – Durham maul Millers
PREMIER – Durham Cestria are new leaders after thrashing Rotherham United 17-0 with eleven different scorers. Harrogate Town slipped to second after a 2-1 reverse at York City, who got off the mark in impressive fashion. Ryton & Crawcrook Albion Tynedale won 3-0 with a Megan Watson treble at Castleford White Rose. Hartlepool United leapfrogged Farsley Celtic in the table when beating them 3-1 away.
1 NORTH – Redcar Town continued their perfect form by ending that of Sunderland West End, 2-1 away from home. Alnwick Town posted a 9-1 scoreline against Prudhoe Town to push into third spot. Larissa Burkinshaw’s nin-minute brace helped Boro Rangers beat Norton & Stockton Ancients Reservers 3-0 to bank their first points. A first win for Chester le Street Town St.Cuthberts came with four second-half goals against Cramlington United. A head injury to a Washington player caused the game with Consett to be abandoned.
1 SOUTH – Barnsley Development closed in on leaders Ossett United as Emily Pierrepont got two goals in a 3-1 win at Wakefield. Altofts won by the best of seven goals at York RI, Nicola Smith netting twice. Sheffield Wednesday won the basement battle with Doncaster Belles 5-0, led by a Jessica Morrison hat-trick.
NORTH WEST – Stockport bring abrupt end to Altrincham run
PREMIER – Tranmere Rovers shared four goals with top of the table Mossley Hill, second placed Wigan Athletic went down 4-2 at Stockport County and Merseyrail gained a third point in a 1-1 draw with Manchester Stingers.
1 NORTH – Blackburn CSC put ten goals past Leigh RMI to go second, three points behind Blackpool.
1 SOUTH – Stockport County Blues blew away Altrincham’s 100% record by sending them to a 3-0 defeat. Northwich Vixens had a 3-1 victory over Chester and Warrington Wolverines won 2-1 versus Wythenshawe Amateurs.
SOUTHERN – Moneyfields make it to the top
PREMIER – Oxford City just about made it back-to-back wins when edging hosts Ascot United 4-3.
ONE – Moneyfields replaced Wycombe Wanderers at the top on goal-difference with a 5-0 beating of Basingstoke Town, which was dominated by Kim Stenning’s four-goal haul. Alton are fourth after a 4-2 win over Wargrave, Nicola Moore netting for them early in each half. Shanklin’s opening win came 6-0 against Sandhurst Town with four from Ellena Crutcher.
LEAGUE CUP 1ST ROUND – Newbury’s Ellemore Reid scored twice in the first 25 minutes in a 3-2 win at Wokingham & Emmbrook, which booked them a trip to Oxford City.
SOUTH WEST – Frampton walk into first place
PREMIER – The meeting of the top two saw Bishops Lydeard drop their first points in a 1-1 draw with Keynsham Town Development. Exeter City struck a dozen times against Downend Flyers to go third, Sophie Gillies contributing a hat-trick. There were three goals to Middlezoy’s Georgia Coles in a 7-1 sinking of Torquay United.
1 EASTERN – Frampton Rangers had a home win over FC Chippenham and it was enough to send them top, with Swindon Spitfires and AEK Boco also on ten points after their 1-1 tie, while Wootton Bassett Town were 2-1 winners over Swindon Town Development,
1 WESTERN – Plymouth Argyle Reserves joined leaders Plympton on sixteen points after beating Bideford 4-1, with Faye Ivall twice on target. Alphington might have joined them but were had to settle for a 3-3 draw at Weston Mendip. St Agnes had an amazing 6-6 goal-fest with Weston Super Mare, Debbie Duncan three goals for the Cornish side matched by Ellison Roberts’ treble for the visitors. Feniton’s 6-0 result with Exeter & Tedburn Rangers included a brace for Brittany Harris, Pen Mill picked up a first win, 4-0 over Bude Town
WEST MIDLANDS – Harriers hit Sedgley
PREMIER – Coundon Court held pole position with a 5-1 result against Redditch United, second placed Coventry Sphinx beat Lye Town 4-0 and Sutton Coldfield Town went third when winning 3-0 at Worcester United and Leafield Athletic gained three points 3-1 at Crusaders.
1 NORTH – While leaders Leek Town were sending Port Vale to a 5-0 defeat, Shifnal Town pulled off a 4-3 result at second in the table AFC Telford United, who are now only goal-difference ahead of Stoke City Development who hit Shrewsbury Town 6-1.
1 SOUTH – Kidderminster Harriers might be playing catch up with their fixtures but managed a fine 5-2 victory to take the first points off Sedgley & Gornal United, as Solihull United made up ground with a 6-2 result at Rugby Town with a Hayley Wilford treble. Kingfusher came through 5-2 at Droitwich Spa, Coventry City and Leamington both got their season up an running with a 2-2 tie, while Stourbridge stung Solihull Sporting 12-0.