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Hollie Barker and Katie Nutter were both on target as Sheffield Wednesday ascended to the top of the table with a 2-1 victory away to Liverpool Feds.
Mossley Hill inflicted a first defeat of the season on Salford Ladies, the 4-0 scoreline taking them back into mid-table. Carla Lee, Kim Cahill, Sophie Perry and Laura Russell all netted a goal apiece.
South Durham RA ran out 4-1 winners away to Tranmere Rovers, to lift themselves into fourth place.
Stockport County are back in the top half following a 4-0 victory over Bradford City. Chloe Spencer netted a brace and she was joined on the scoresheet by Jaye Fox and Sarah Stones.
Scunthorpe Utd lifted themselves out of the bottom two places after they were narrow 1-0 winners against Wakefield.
Rotherham Utd ensured they stayed on top of the table as they defeated Leicester City 4-1. Katie Hemming opened the scoring for Rotherham who were pegged back by Heather Fyfe, but second half goals from Paige Crossman, Nat Shaw and Kirsty Richardson earned the Yorkshire side the points.
Loughborough Students edged closer to Rotherham and are second on goals scored after their 5-0 victory over Stratford Town. Aimee Perry netted twice and also on target were Tania Dickenson, Row Davies and Laura Steele.
Third placed Stoke City went down to their first defeat of the season, beaten 2-1 by Wolverhampton Wanderers. Dani Selmes gave Wolves a second half lead which was cancelled out by Emma Sanders, before Abby Pope scored the winning goal deep into injury time.
Sporting Club Albion ended Radcliffe Olympic's winning start by defeating them 6-1, picking up their first victory of the season in the process.
Copsewood (Coventry) also claimed their first victory of the season, 3-2 away to Leafield Athletic.
Lynsey Jelly grabbed the only goal of the game as Northampton Town registered their first points of the campaign and lifted themselves off the bottom with a 1-0 success against TNS Ladies.
South East Combination
Tottenham Hotspur are continuing to stretch the pace and have extended their lead to two points after beating Braintree Town 5-0. Sam Pittuck, Kirsten Thompson, Bianca Baptiste, Ebony Heath and Jenna Schillaci all netted a goal apiece for Spurs.
Norwich City moved into second, courtesy of a 7-1 victory over Lewes. Chelsea Garrett led the scoring with a hat-trick and also on target were Paige Shorten, Anna Larkins, Sophie Gillett and Charlotte Branch.
A 6-1 win away to Old Actonians has lifted Milton Keynes Dons into third place. Heather McDonnell bagged a hat-trick with one apiece from Lauren Goodier, Emily Mason and Nikki Tarrant with Natalie Arbuckle replying (see match report).
Enfield Town are back in fourth, three points off the pace, following their goalless draw away to Ipswich Town in a closely contested match.
Luton Town made sure of keeping in touch with the leading sides, thanks to a 5-3 success at Crystal Palace. Candice Davies netted twice along with Nicky Livingston, Laveena Betts and Nicola Henman.
Ebbsfleet Utd continued their improving form, following up their midweek League Cup win by beating Cambridge Women 1-0 to record their first points of the season.
South West Combination
A second half goal from Lizzie Laws gave Havant & Waterlooville a 1-0 victory away to Oxford City and kept them one point clear at the top of the table.
Plymouth Argyle continue to breathe down the Hawks' necks after they raced to a 7-1 win at Forest Green Rovers. Emily Mousley netted twice along with Rachael Javan, Laura Perrett, Tash Knapman, Brittany Toppert and Aoife Aherne.
Chesham Utd are still keeping pace with the top sides and Anneka Nuttall, Chantelle Woodward and Kate Bowers all found the net as they won 3-2 against Swindon Town.
Fourth placed Gloucester City claimed their fourth victory in a row when beating Newquay 4-2. Nicky Glanville was on target twice, with former Newquay striker Helen Wood and Jodie Hennessey adding the other goals.
Anna Redman and Lola Sanchez were on the scoresheet as Cullompton Rangers lifted themselves back into the top half via a 2-0 victory over Southampton Saints.
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