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With Salford Ladies not having a game, Sheffield FC replaced them at the top of the table by winning
2-1 away to South Durham RA. Clare Holmes netted both goals for Sheffield, taking herself past a century of goals for the club in the process.
Sheffield Wednesday returned to winning ways with a 3-2 success at Mossley Hill thanks to goals from Katie Nutter, Hollie Barker and Shelley James.
Bradford City kept up their improving form by beating Liverpool Feds 2-1, a result which takes them into fourth place. Tammika Clarke netted both goals late on to extend Bradford's winning run to three matches.
Mel Evason and Faye Jones netted the goals for Tranmere Rovers who lifted themselves into the top half of the table as they won 2-1 away to Stockport County.
Two of the teams near the foot of the table met each other and went home with an important point under their belts, Wakefield sharing a 3-3 draw with Scunthorpe Utd. Shauna Hill was on target twice for Wakefield, along with Jen Jennings.
Rotherham Utd moved themselves to the top of the table by running out 6-1 winners away to Stratford Town. Katie Hemming scored twice for Rotherham with the others coming from Zuzana Pramukova, Shelley Futter, Paige Crossman and Kirsty Richardson.
Loughborough Students continued their good start following promotion with a 4-1 victory at Copsewood (Coventry). Rowena Davies netted from the penalty spot and she was joined on the scoresheet by Adhele Sale, Amy Perry and Laura Williams.
Stoke City complete a trio of clubs level on points at the top, thanks to a 2-1 win against Wolverhampton Wanderers. Lucy Ridgeway gave Stoke a first half lead which was cancelled out by Dani Selmes, before Cath Asher netted the decisive goal.
Amber Hughes bagged both goals as Leafield Athletic won for the first time, a 2-0 success at Northampton Town which takes them into the top half of the table.
South East Combination
The top teams in the table are starting to stretch the pace, headed by Tottenham Hotspur who preserved the leadership with a 6-1 victory over Old Actonians. Rosie Webb and Sam Pittuck each netted twice, with the others from Bianca Baptiste and Jemma Schillaci.
Enfield Town remain a point behind in second place following a good 2-1 win away to Lewes. Miranda Hall and Sara Sinclair scored for Enfield, either side of a strike from Kerry Tagg.
Norwich City scored five without reply against Ebbsfleet Utd to go into third place, still possessing an unbeaten record after six matches.
Milton Keynes Dons' winning run was halted as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Ipswich Town. Jade Skillen gave Ipswich a first half lead which was cancelled out after the break by Jade Linnell.
Luton Town made sure of keeping in touch with the leading sides with a 3-1 victory at Braintree Town. Jess McKay, Laveena Betts and Katie Davis were all on target for Luton.
Crystal Palace picked up a vital point when sharing four goals with Cambridge Women, for whom Almundena Soria Sanchez netted a brace.
South West Combination
League leaders Havant & Waterlooville kept up their unbeaten start to the season by beating Swindon Town 3-0. Lizzie Laws, Alex Hammond and Nieshia Boal grabbed the goals for the Hawks.
Plymouth Argyle are still breathing down their necks in second place after running out 6-1 winners over Southampton Saints. Tash Knapman bagged a hat-trick along with Laura Gough, Ellis Hillman and Brittany Toppert, the American international who marked her debut by slotting home a penalty.
Chesham Utd are the other team to still sport a 100% record, which they maintained with a 4-1 defeat of Newquay. Sian Williams and Shantell Woodward both scored twice to keep Chesham in third place.
Gloucester City made it three wins in a row when beating local rivals Forest Green Rovers 3-1, their goals coming from Jodie Hennessey, Kelly Aldridge and Laura Stephens.
Oxford City have also started well and they lie in fifth after edging out Cullompton Rangers by the odd goal in seven.
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