Terriers And Addicks Takeover At Top

Huddersfield Town are the new leaders of the FAWPL Northern Division after winning at Derby County, while Charlton Athletic’s seven goals against QPR saw them to the Southern leadership. (photo: htlfc.co.uk)

Sunday 17th September 

Derby County 0-1 Huddersfield Town (Att: 102)
Guiseley Vixens 3-3 Stoke City
Leicester City WFC 2-2 Nottingham Forest (Att: 158)
Middlesbrough 4-0 West Bromwich Albion (Att: 82)

Charlton Athletic 7-0 Queens Park Rangers (Att: 81)
Chichester City 4-0 West Ham United (Att: 80)
Crystal Palace 0-0 Coventry United
Gillingham 5-0 Swindon Town (Att: 102)
Lewes 1-0 Portsmouth (Att: 116)

Long Eaton United 0-1 Birmingham & West Midlands (Att: 32)
Loughborough Foxes 4-1 Radcliffe Olympic (Att: 37)
Rotherham United 0-11 Sheffield United
Solihull Moors 4-1 Leicester City Ladies (Att: 40)
Steel City Wanderers 2-0 Sporting Khalsa (Att: 31)

Brighouse Town 0-1 Hull City (Att:73)
Leeds United 3-4 Barnsley (Att: 219)
Mossley Hill Athletic 0-1 Crewe Alexandra

AFC Wimbledon 4-1 Luton Town (Att: 50)
Actonians 7-2 Norwich City (Att: 20)
Enfield Town 1-3 Milton Keynes Dons (Att: 42)
Haringey Borough 2-5 Denham United (Att: 31)
Ipswich Town 0-2 Leyton Orient (Att: 38)
Stevenage 1-1 Cambridge United (Att: 70)

Basingstoke Town 2-2 Brislington (Att: 25)
Cheltenham Town 0-1 Southampton Saints (Att: 29)
Keynsham Town 5-1 Poole Town (Att: 40)
Maidenhead United 0-4 Plymouth Argyle (Att: 28)
St Nicholas 2-2 Larkhall Athletic (Att: 55)

Terriers takeover

Huddersfield Town are the new leaders of the Northern Division on goal-difference following their 1-0 victory at Derby County. Half-time sub Emily Heckler took just 10 minutes to make her presence pay.

Middlesbrough’s 4-0 defeat of West Brom puts them level on points with the top two. Goalless at the break, Boro then banked four through Leonie Hutchnson, Emma Foster, Ellie Dobson and Holly Manders.

Nottingham Forest and Leicester City WFC are fourth and fifth respectively after sharing four goals in the East Midlands derby. Forest twice went ahead for a brief period through Samantha Conroy and Natasha Hudson, with Nat Johnson and a Leigh Dugmore penalty bringing City level.

Guiseley Vixens got off the mark in a 3-3 draw at home to Stoke City. Ashleigh Hayes gave the Potters the lead, Chantelle O’Hara turned the game round for the Vixens by the break with a brace. Hayes then got her second and Hannah Keryakoplis put City ahead 3-2, with Alarna Fuller equalising late on.

Charlton cherish leadership

Charlton Athletic have replaced rivals Crystal Palace at the Southern Division summit, after the Addicks thrashed QPR 7-0 and the Eagles were held 0-0 by Coventry United. Kim Dixson’s goal for Charlton was the only difference at half-time but Kit Graham got a couple, Charlotte Gurr, Ellie Dorey, Katie Flack and Hope Nash one apeice.

Gillingham went third when netting five goals against Swindon Town at Priestfield Stadium. Jenny Newman and a Kallie Balfour brace had the Gills three up inside the half hour. Balfour went on to complete her hat-trick and Jade Keogh finished the scoring.

Lewes leapfrogged Portsmouth after defeating them by the only goal late in the game. Dani Lane burst down the left flank and delivered a low ball which Rebecca Carter turned home.

Chichester City made it back to back wins with a 4-0 result over West Ham. Although the first half was goalless, City did put four past the Hammers for the second time this season, with two from Charley Wilson-Blakely and singles by Cherelle Khassal and Jade Widdows.

Moors make it to the top

Photo: @smlfcofficial

Solihull Moors made the top of the Midlands Division 1 table after a 4-1 scoreline against Leicester City Ladies, their goals shared by Vicky Grieve, Sammy White, Lois Jefferies and Abbie Taylor. Loughborough Foxes went second after a similar outcome over Radcliffe Olympic, Charlotte Cooper on target twice. Sheffield United ran out 11-0 winners at Rotherham United, Birmingham & West Midlands won 1-0 at Long Eaton, who had a player sent off. Lucy Ridley got both goals as and Steel City beat Sporting Khalsa 2-0.

Barnsley and Hull win Yorkshire battles

Hull City have the Northern Division 1 pole position having posted a 1-0 win at Brighouse Town. Barnsley edged a seven-goal thriller at Leeds United after being 3-2 down, watched by over 200. Drew Greene got two for the Tykes, Darcie Kendall-Greene and Danielle Lowe one each, Leeds scored through Carey Huegett, Rebecca Hunt and Liuli DysonCrewe Alexandra climbed to fifth with a single-goal success at Mossley Hill, thanks to an 86th minute penalty from Laura Garner.

Seven up for Actonians

Photo: @IpswichTownLFC

High-scoring Actonians now lead the South East Division 1 on goal-difference, beating Norwich City 7-2. AFC Wimbledon are also level on points with second-placed Luton Town, having outdone the Hatters 4-1.
MK Dons are up to fourth following their 3-1 success at Enfield Town. Cambridge United remain unbeaten with a late leveller from Emma Jenkins at Stevenage, after Cara Breckenridge’s effort for the hosts. Leyton Orient ended Ipswich Town’s unbeaten start by claiming their first win in the league, Chanel Richards and Lisa Holmbeck finding the net. Haringey Borough scored two goals for the first time in the FAWPL but visitors Denham United netted five to register their opening victory, Sophie Cheadle claiming two of them.

Perfect Pilgrims and Saints

Plymouth Argyle and Southampton Saints both made it four straight wins in South West Division 1, the Pilgrims scoring four at Maidenhead through Tash Knapman (2), Zoe Cunningham and Katie Middleton, Saints with the only goal at Cheltenham Town. Keynsham Town have also won all their games, a 5-1 outcome over Poole being their third win in a row, as Kerry Bartlett, Katie Cooke, Michelle Munro, Nadine Radburn and Justine Lorton got one each, Sam Gubb replying. Basingstoke Town bagged their first point in a 2-2 tie with Brislington. St Nicholas and Larkhall also ended 2-2 as both teams got a first point on the board, Rhian Robbins replying twice for the hosts who trailed 2-0 at the interval.

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