Regional League Round-Up for Sunday 29 August

Wymondham Town won 3-0 at St Ives Town
Anna Hicks of St Ives Town is challenged by Hannah Waters of Wymondham Town. (Gary Reed Photography)

Two wins from two for Regional Premier Division sides Ashford Town (Middx), Dartford, Wroxham and Wymondham.

EASTERN – Wroxham and Wymondham win again

Premier – Wroxham were 5-2 winners over Kings Lynn with a Grace Birchall hat-trick, Wymondham won by the same result at St Ives Town to also make it nine points from three games. Haringey Borough beat Bowers & Pitsea 2-1, Colney Heath hit the bar four times and did find the net through Grainne Kellett at Luton Town, for whom Olivia Abraham scored in the 1-1 draw. Royston Town had a similar outcome at home to Bedford, after leading through debutant Bella Simmons.

1 North – Cambridge City DS took the points 2-1 at Biggleswade United to go top after back-to-back successes. Needham Market netted four times against Newmarket Town’s one.

1 South – Leigh Ramblers lead the table following a 3-0 result at Billericay Town DS, Hutton won 2-0 at East Bergholt United and AFC Sudbury replied to tie 1-1 with Cheshunt, who had lead through Karesha Iton.

LONDON & SOUTH EAST – Ashford Town (Middx) and Dartford double points tally

Premier – Alissa Down scored three times in the last dozen minutes in the 8-1 win over Aylesford by Ashford Town (Middx). Dartford’s Amy Green got two of their three goals in the 3-0 victory at Saltdean United to also continue a winning start, while Whyteleafe’s Ellie Pace equalised as their fixture with New London Lionesses finished all square at 1-1.

1 North – Dorking Wanderers edged Sport London E Benfica with a Sarah Chapman effort to record back-to-back wins, likewise Dulwich Hamlet Reserves who sunk hosts Watford DS 7-0. Hackney kicked off with a 2-0 win at promoted Walton Casuals.

1 South – Hastings United’s Sian Heather scored twice in a 3-1 defeat of Herne Bay, AFC Acorns came away from Meridian 4-0 winners and Newhaven sent Maidstone United to a 5-1 loss.

All the other six regional leagues commence their campaign next Sunday, 5 September.

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