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Around the leagues 17-18 Nov.

England Conference:
Men: Cambridge City beat Teddington 3-1 and now lie sixth in the table with 8 points while CoP lose 1-8 to Southgate and slip to eighth also with 8 points.
Women: Harleston slip to third after a 2-2 draw with Horsham, while Sevenoaks remain alongside them after drawing 1-1 with Cambs City. Bedford beat Southgate 2-0, St Albans lose 1-4 to Wimbledon and Ipswich lose 0-5 to Hampstead.

East Premier Divisions:

Men: Wapping stay top after a 3-2 win over Ipswich. The chasers all win, leaving St Albans and Harleston a couple of p0ints behind and Cambs Uni just a point further. These four are looking clear of the pack as we approach mid-season.
Women: Broxbourne go top on goal difference from Chelmsford after beating them 2-1. Also now on the same points are Canterbury who who lost 1-3 to Cambs City.

County Premier Leagues:

Essex: Crostyx beat chasers Chelmsford 3rds to go top by a point from Thurrock who beat East London 3-2. After a 5-0 win over Colchester, Wapping 3rds are only a couple of points further back.
Five Counties: Bedford beat Potters Bar 3-1 to move top by a point from Berkhamsted, 1-0 winners over Bishops Stortford, and Hertford who drew 2-2 with Saffron Walden.
Kent: Blackheath 1sts are five points clear at the top after a 1-1 draw with Folkstone, while chasers Bexleyheath beat Cliftonville 6-0. Gore Court are not far behind after a 2-1 win over Old Bordenian.
Norfolk: The top two continue winning, leaders Broadland 7-1 over UEA and Norwich City 3rds 4-1 over Lowestoft Railway.
Suffolk: Leaders Harwich & Dovercourt make it nine out of nine with a 7-1 win over Castaways, while eight points behind Framlingham beat Christchurch 8-0. However IES 2nds and 3rds have yet to play their match.


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