Darrell Allen returns with all the news from last weekend’s matches in these two tier five divisions which are both led by clubs partnered by Impetus!
Above: Dulwich Hamlet (pink) battle it out with Saltdean United in the London & SE Premier on Sunday. Photo: Liam Asman
Another extraordinary Sunday in the Eastern Region Premier Division saw four games produce 21 goals with the Norfolk teams claiming the main headlines for the second consecutive Sunday.
Impetus partner club Wroxham Women went to the top of the table with a professional 4-1 victory at St Ives Town for all the details from the game, click this link: https://impetus885775742.wordpress.com/2021/09/16/birchalls-on-fire-as-wroxham-make-it-five-from-five/
Bowers & Pitsea came from 2-0 down to lead Bedford 3-2 before a late equaliser from the visitors saw the points shared at the Len Salmon Stadium. Wymondham Town‘s game against Haringey Borough was postponed due to Haringey players receiving call ups for their county side.
King’s Lynn Town recorded back to back wins with an impressive 3-2 away success at AFC Dunstable. An own goal, plus strikes from Lily Porter and Jodie Hopkins sealed the points for Joe Simpson’s team. The Linnets have hit a fine run of form with seven points from the last 12 available.
In the day’s other game, Royston Town continued their positive start to the season with a solid 4-1 victory at Garden Walk against Colney Heath. A brace from Emma Slater, Charlotte Smith and Bella Simmonds secured the points which sees Royston sit fourth in the table.
London & South-East Women’s Premier:
Sunday’s action saw five games produce 20 goals.
Impetus sponsored Ashley Cheatley scored a brace for another of the site’s partner clubs, Ashford Town (Middlesex) in an impressive 4-2 win over New London Lionesses which sees the Tangerines remain top of the table with four wins from four. Alissa Down and Chloe Farrell added the other goals for the home side. New London Lionesses put up a spirited fight with the game level at 2-2 up until four minutes to go but Ashford secured the win with Cheatley now having scored eight goals in four matches.
Dulwich Hamlet‘s one hundred percent win rate continued after an impressive 3-0 victory on the road at Saltdean United with Manzi, Monkman and Harbour-Brown all finding the net.
Dartford also secured a big away win, as goals from Emily Vaughen, Alicia Gibbs, Kim Green and Nicha Dyett secured all three points in a 4-1 success at Denham United.
Worthing beat Fulham 2-1 in front of an impressive crowd of 152 thanks to goals from Hannah Hewlett and Katie Young.
In the day’s other game, Aylesford came out on top 3-1 at Whyteleafe, securing their first away win of the season in the process. This success, plus a home win last weekend gives the Kent side a place in the top half of the table.