Moneyfields, Peterborough United and Queens Park Rangers hit top spot in their respective regional leagues on Sunday 10 November.
EASTERN – Wroxham recover to deny Bedford
PREMIER – Wroxham had to battle back from two down to rescue a point at home to Bedford, substitute Kirstie Kindred and Grace Birchall their scorers. Colney Heath’s Samaira Khan hit a hat-trick in their 6-1 win at AFC Dunstable which sent them second, while Royston Town are fourth following a 4-1 result at Haringey Borough.
ONE NORTH – Cambridge City Development went four points clear with a 2-1 win at Newmarket Town, Needham Market’s first victory came 3-1 against AFC Sudbury.
ONE SOUTH – Lawford got off the mark with a 1-1 draw againsr Leigh Ramblers, Stevenage Development netted sll four goals of the game at Wodson Park.
EAST MIDLANDS – Posh top
PREMIER – Peterborough United removed Rotherham United from first place with a 4-1 result at Leicester City Ladies, Oughtibridge WM ran out 5-0 winners at Loughborough Students and Ollerton Town leapfrogged Mansfield Town into fourth when beating them 3-1 away.
1 NORTH – Hykeham Town just held off Chesterfield 4-3 to move five points ahead of the rest, Lauren Churcher scored an injury-time decider after the Spireites had equalised despite losing Gina Camfield with a fractured fibula. Arnold Town are up to third after defeating second-placed Notts County Development 2-0, Arnold Eagles first points were won in style, 6-2 at Sleaford Town with a four-goal haul for Natasha Leach.
FT @HykehamTownWFC 4 – 3 CFC
The result is insignificant today, the way the girls responded after the horrific injury to Gina and the bravery to continue playing in difficult circumstances shows how much of an amazing squad we have!
Fractured Fibula, get well soon G! 💙 pic.twitter.com/mzDbPGwpyx
— Chesterfield FC Women (@SpireitesWomen) November 10, 2019
1 SOUTH – Loughborough Foxes Vixens put their first points on the board with a 3-1 victory over Thrapston Town.
LEAGUE CUP 1ST ROUND – Northampton Town dramatically scored two late goals to force extra-time against Rise Park and eventually go through 4-2.
LONDON & SOUTH EAST – Rangers regain leadership
PREMIER – QPR Girls Development took back top spot from Dulwich Hamlet when winning 2-1 at Dartford, Jennifer Moore clinching the three points in the 83rd-minute. Ashley Cheatley got both goals as Ashford Town (Middlesex) won 2-1 at Denham United, Aylesford defeated Eastbourne Town 2-1 for a first win and Saltdean United held hosts Fulham to a 1-1 draw.
GREATER LONDON PREMIER – New London Lionesses got the only goal at Clapham United to record a sixth win on the spin, Hackney went second with a 5-1 result at Victoire, Sutton United’s Faye Butler got three of their four goals at Godalming Town.
SOUTH EAST COUNTIES PREMIER – Worthing went second after becoming the first side to beat leaders Lewes Foundation with a 3-1 away success. Herne Bay beat Ashford 3-0 to go third, elsewhere it ended Parkwood Rangers 3-1 Crawley Wasps DS, Eastbourne United 2-0 Newhaven.
NORTH EAST LEAGUE – Pools see red but thrash leaders
PREMIER – Hartlepool United walloped top of the table Wallsend BC 8-2 despite a sending off for Jenni Duffy-Smith. Harrogate Town hit York City 8-0, Ossett United matched that scoreline in their first win over Ryton & Crawcrook Albion Tynedale, while Redcar Town saw off South Shields 3-1.
1 NORTH – Lumley’s Jennifer Ashton scored three times in a 4-1 win at Consett that put them third, while Blyth Town put five past Prudhoe Town.
1 SOUTH – Sheffield Wednesday are four goals behind leaders Bridlington Rovers following a 5-0 defeat of Hepworth United in which Jessica Morrison claimed all but one. It was the lowest score in the division though, with Wakefield Trinity 8-3 winners over Harrogate Railway and York Railway Institute 7-3 victors against Bradford Park Avenue.
NORTH WEST – Penrith lose ground after loss to Blackpool
PREMIER – The top tow both won, Tranmere Rovers 2-1 over West Didsbury & Chorlton, FC United of Manchester 5-0 against Sir Tom Finney. Merseyrail took the points 2-0 at Wigan Athletic for their first win, Fleetwood Town Wrens subjected Mossley Hill to a 4-1 reverse.
1 NORTH – Accrington Sports opened up a five-point lead with a 5-2 win over Workington Reds, second-placed Penrith went down 3-2 at Blackpool. Blackburn CSC netted eight against Penwortham Town, Carlisle United are up and running after a 5-1 win against Morecambe Reserves, while Leigh RMI saw off Accrington Stanley 3-1.
1 SOUTH – Salford City Lionesses edged Curzon Ashton 3-2 away to stretch their lead to six points, with Chester holding Warrington Wolverines 2-2, while Altrincham got an opening win 4-2 over Wythenshawe Amateurs.
SOUTHERN – Moneyfields take over from Cherries
PREMIER – Moneyfields edged into top spot on goal-difference as a Sophie Kingsley-Cabell goal was enough to beat Abingdon United. Winchester City Flyers had an imptressive 3-2 win at Newbury where Francesca Thornton scored twice, Oxford City were 5-1 winners at Ascot United, Woodley United went one better at home to Warsash Wasps.
ONE – Eastleigh are new leaders after netting a dozen at Alton with five for Samantha Hide and four by Catherine Browning, Abbey Rangers surrendering a 100% record and the first position in a 1-1 tie at Bournemouth Sports. Also ending 1-1 was Abingdon Town versus Wycombe Wanderers Development and Southampton Women’s Reserves v Tilehurst Panthers.
LEAGUE CUP 1ST ROUND – AFC Bournemouth might have lost their Premier Division leadership but stormed to an 11-0 win at New Milton Town.
SOUTH WEST – Wootton catch Callington
PREMIER – Wootton Bassett Town were four goals short of unseating leaders Callington Town in their 3-0 result at Bideford. Bishops Lydeard scored five against Torquay United, Keynsham Town Development and Marine Academy Plymouth shared four goals.
1 EASTERN – Frome Town passed up an opportunity to go top as Trowbridge Town substitute Megan Fear scored in a 1-1 tie. Swindon Town Development made it four wins from four with a 3-1 outcome at Laverstock & Ford.
1 NORTHERN – Cheltenham Town Development held leaders Frampton Rangers 0-0, Chipping Sodbury Town won 4-2 over Weston Super Mare.
1 WESTERN – Just one point separates the top four after St Agnes beat third-placed Feniton 2-1 thanks ot a Mollie Dring double.
BRISTOL SOCCERWORLD CUP 1ST ROUND – Downend Flyers eliminated AEK Boco 2-0 and Alphington progressed 5-1 at Exeter & Tedburn Rangers.
WEST MIDLANDS – Seven in a row for Stourbridge
PREMIER – Redditch United now enjoy an eight-point lead as subs Ellie Gerhold and Katie Ross-Baker both scored in a 4-0 win at Crusaders. Kidsgrove Athletic climbed to second with both goals at Knowle, Coundon Court pegged back Stockingford A A Pavilion in a 1-1 tie, Sutton Coldfield Town won 4-1 at Worcester City.
1 NORTH – AFC Telford United’s 4-0 result at Sutton Coldfield Town Royals took them to the top, Solihull Sporting sit third following a 2-0 victory against Port Vale.
1 SOUTH – Stourbridge made it seven wins in a row when seeing off Cookley Sports 2-0 in a clash of the leading pair. Coventry City slipped to a 2-0 loss at Rugby Town.