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Women’s Regional Leagues: Quick trebles by Cobblers and Cottagers

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Newmarket Town on the attack during their penalties win at Haverhill Rovers. (Photo: Sean Doyle)

Fulham and Northampton Town both saw one of their number hit a 16-minute hat-trick in the Women’s Regional Leagues.

EASTERN – Newmarket progress on penalties

Premier – Wymondham Town beat Kings Lynn Town 4-1 to open up a nine-point lead, Luton Town are third after sharing six goals in a derby game at Bedford, St Ives Town edged Haringey Borough 3-2 with a goal from substitute Tia Everdell.

1 North – Needham Market netted nine against Cambridge City DS, with a Lina Nagib hat-trick helping them extend their leaderdship.

1 South – Laura Bunton scored all three goals of the game as Barking beat Hutton to climb to third, Billericay Town DS claimed their first win in style when sending East Bergholt United to a 6-1 defeat.

League Cup – Charlotte Westrope scored twice for Haverhill Rovers but visitors Newmarket Town won 3-1 on penalties following a 2-2 1st Round tie.

EAST MIDLANDS – Dicks nets 16-minute hat-trick for Northampton

League Cup – Derby County Academy defeated Arnold Eagles 4-1 to reach the last eight, Lincoln United eliminated Chesterfield 4-0. Northampton Town’s Alexandra Dicks recorded a 16-minute hat-trick in the 7-0 success at Sleaford Town, Loughborough Students also scored seven at Rise Park, who replied once. Nottingham Forest DS went through 8-0 at Notts County DS where Isabella Hodson notched a treble, Notts County’s 1st team went through 9-1 at Coalville Town. Oughtibridge’s 11-1 scoreline against Nottingham Trent University saw Lucy Ridley top score with four, while Sherwood had a walkover against Thrapston Town.

League Plate – Loughborough Foxes Vixens won through to the quarter-finals 2-1 at Oadby & Wigston, Mansfield Town, Rotherham United and Cleethorpes Town all progressed with walkovers.

Notts County tackle Coalville Town during their 9-1 away win. (Photo: @whartonimages)

LONDON & SOUTH EAST – Fulham’s Olds also scores three in 16 minutes

Premier – Top two teams Dartford and Ashford Town (Middlesex) both had six different scorers as they won 7-1 at Aylesford and 6-1 at Denham United respectively. New London Lionesses were held 1-1 at Worthing and are now only goal-difference ahead of fourth-placed Millwall Lionesses, who won 3-0 at Dulwich Hamlet as Chloe Burr bagged a brace. Fulham’s Ellie Olds struck three times in a 16-minute spell for a 3-1 victory at Saltdean United.

1 North – Sutton United went top with a 7-1 win over Watford DS, in which Olivia Watson scored four goals.

1 South – Herne Bay are a point off second place after a 5-2 win against Maidstone United.

League Cup – Welling United won 2-1 at Brentford to reach the fourth round, Dorking Wanderers beat Bexhill United 4-0, Dulwich Hamlet Reserves did likewise at Newhaven with three from Kamilla Hjelmsbo and Hastings United won 5-0 at Walton Casuals.

NORTH EAST – Hartlepool hold Harrogate

Premier – Third-placed Harrogate Town led next-to-bottom Hartlepool United 2-0 at half-time but the visitors fought back to draw 3-3, with substitute Atalia Robinson among the goals. Ossett United were 5-0 winners at  Farsley Celtic FC, South Shields’ second-half equaliser earned them a 2-2 tie at Wakefield Trinity.

1 South – Farsley Celtic JFC moved up to fifth with a 5-2 defeat of Wakefield trinity U-23s.

NORTH WEST – Narrow wins for top two

Premier – There were narrow wins for the leading pair, as Merseyrail came through 3-2 at Salford City Lionesses and Tranmere Rovers edged Mossley Hill Athletic 2-1. Crewe Alexandra got the only goal of the game against West Didsbury & Chorlton, while Wigan Athletic defeated AFC Darwen 2-0 to get off the mark.

1 North – Blackpool beat Penwortham Town 8-0 with a Keisha Masterson hat-trick to stay top, Blackburn CSC remain unbeaten with a 5-0 win over Morecambe. Workington Reds came from behind with a Hayley Bracken brace to win 4-2 at Sir Tom Finney, Penrith hit Accrington Stanley 6-1 and Preston North End put four past Carlisle United.

1 South – Northwich Vixens won 2-1 at Altrincham, Runcorn Linnets drew 2-2 at home to Alder.

Tranmere Rovers’ Rachel Davison and Olivia Hulmston of Mossley Hill. (Photo: Tony Coombes/TRFC)

SOUTHERN – Cherries extend unbeaten run to 13

Premier – Moneyfields held top spot with a 5-0 result against Eastleigh, Abingdon United kept up the pressure when winning 3-2 at Ascot United, Abingdon Town took the points 5-2 at Wycombe Wanderers.

Division 1 – AFC Bournemouth DS’s Hannah Francis hit a hat-trick in the 5-3 result at Abbey Rangers, which sees them unbeaten in 13. Bournemouth Sports beat Southampton Women’s Reserves 3-1 as Rosie Eden scored twice, Eversley & California are off the bottom following a 5-3 win over Woking, New Milton Town’s Pearl Mortimer got two goals in a 3-2 victory at Milton United.

SOUTH WEST – Top versus bottom derby ends goalless

Premier – Libby Davies was on target three times for Royal Wootton Bassett Town in a 3-3 draw at home to leaders Sherborne Town, Torquay United are third after their 10-3 scoreline with Middlezoy, Marine Academy Plymouth won 3-0 at Bideford.

1 East – Keynsham Town Reserves lead the table by nine points following a 4-0 win over basement side Frome Town.

1 North – Bristol Rovers lead by 15 points after winning at Weston Super Mare, where Laura Curnock and Zoe Fielden-Stewart shared the eight goals. Bristol Ladies Union beat Oldland Abbotonians 2-0, Cheltenham Town DS ended goalless with Downend Flyers.

1 West – Leaders Plymouth Argyle U-23s were held 0-0 at home by bottom side Saltash United in a local derby.

Wearing their new ‘Clean Sheet’ initiative warm-up tops. (Photo: @saltashunited_w)

WEST MIDLANDS – Ten-player Sandwell earn point

Premier – Stourbridge’s seven goals against Redditch United included an Alex Nicklin treble, Crusaders won 2-1 at Worcester City, Kidderminster Harriers came through 3-2 at Coventry Sphinx and Lye Town sank City of Stoke 3-0.

1 North – AFC Telford United went level on points with leaders Shifnal Town after a 3-0 win at Wyrley. Sandwell drew 2-2 at Darlaston Town with a Claire Humphries equaliser, despite having Ellis Read sent off with 15 minutes left. Walsall went above Port Vale when defeating them 3-2.

1 South – Knowle are in the middle of a top three all on 22 points after Demi-Lee Rolph scored three of their seven goals against Westfields. Kingfisher could have gone top but lost 2-0 at Cookley Sports, a double by Chloe Debaes gave Rugby Town a 2-1 win over Sedgley & Gornal United.

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