Title rivals Newcastle and Burnley clash in FA Women’s National League – SheKicks

Newcastle United won 1-0 at Derby County

Newcastle United recorded three consecutive wins against Derby County last weekend. (Photo: Colin Lock)Newcastle United’s perfect start to the FA Women’s National League Northern Premier Division season, which will be tested by the visit of league leaders Burnley.Newcastle United host Burnley in a big match in the Northern Premier Division, with the Magpies holding a 100% record but the Clarets holding the lead. Third becomes fourth as Nottingham Forest entertain Liverpool Federals, while there’s a Midland derby between Stourbridge and Stoke.Hashtag United have won all five of their matches in the Southern Premier Division and host London Bees, who are without a point in as many matches. Ipswich Town and Rugby Borough are three points behind the leaders, Town facing Cheltenham and Borough facing Plymouth Argyle.The Midlands Division One top two meet the bottom pair, while Leafield Athletic host leaders Loughborough Lightning and second-placed Peterborough United against Sheffield FC.Barnsley WFC and Hull City are hoping to extend their winning starts to four games in Division 1 North as the former take on Middlesbrough and the latter take on Stockport County. Leeds United have just a goal difference between first and fifth placed Chorley.London Seaward are targets of Division 1 South East leaders Ashford Town. The Actonians will face second-placed Norwich City, while Cambridge United take on AFC Wimbledon at the Abbey Stadium. In Division 1 South West, Exeter City host Moneyfields at St James Park with over 1,000 tickets sold. Both teams have started with three consecutive wins, while AFC Bournemouth have the maximum points from four games and away matches against Torquay United.Actonians moved up three places to fifth after a 5-0 win over Chesham United on Thursday night.Program Sunday 24 September (2pm)NORTHERN PREMIER DIVISIONHuddersfield Town v Derby County (Shelley CFC)Newcastle United-Burnley (Kingston Park Stadium)Nottingham Forest-Liverpool Feds (Long Eaton Utd FC)Stourbridge-Stoke City (War Memorial Athletic Ground)Wolverhampton Wanderers – AFC Fylde (AFC Telford Utd)West Bromwich Albion v Halifax (Redditch Utd FC, 3pm)Last Sunday Burnley won the top two match against Nottingham Forest.SOUTH PREMIER DIVISIONHashtag United v London Bees (Aveley FC)Ipswich Town – Cheltenham Town (Felixstowe and Walton Utd FC)Milton Keynes Dons v Billericay Town (Stadium MK)Portsmouth-Oxford United (Havant & Waterlooville FC)Rugby Borough-Plymouth Argyle (Rugby Borough FC)DIVISION 1 MIDLANDENBoldmere St Michaels v Leek Town (Boldmere St Michaels FC)Leafield Athletic v Loughborough Lightning (Highgate Utd FC)Notts County v Solihull Moors (Hucknall Town FC)Peterborough United-Sheffield FC (Bourne Town FC)Sporting Khalsa – Northampton Town (Sporting Khalsa FC)Sutton Coldfield Town v Lincoln City (Sutton Coldfield Town FC)DIVISION 1 NORTHBarnsley WFC v Middlesbrough (Houghton Main MW)Chester le Street Town – York City (Chester le Street Town FC)Chorley-Leeds United (Coppull Utd FC)Durham Cestria-FC United from Manchester (Graham Sports Centre)Norton & Stockton Ancients v Doncaster Rovers Belles (Norton Sports Complex) Stockport County v Hull City (Stockport Sports Village)


Actonians v Norwich City (Rectory Park, Middlesex FA) Cambridge City-Queens Park Rangers (Haverhill Rovers FC) Cambridge United-AFC Wimbledon (Cambridge Utd FC) Hay wards Heath Town v Chesham United (Haywards Heath Town FC) London Seaward-Ashford Town (Redbridge FC) Worthing – AFC Sudbury (Worthing FC)DIVISION 1 SOUTH WEST

Bridgewater United-Maidenhead United (Bridgewater Utd FC)Exeter City v Moneyfields (Exeter City FC)Keynsham Town v Selsey (Keynsham Town FC)Portis head Town v Swindon Town (Portis head Town FC) Sout hampton Women v Abingdon United (Test Park Sports Ground) Torquay United – AFC Bourne mouth (Coach Road, Devon FA)

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