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Combination Leagues round-up  
 Women's Football News 2 Sep 2011
 
Northern Combination
Bradford City continue their excellent start of the season and sit at the top of the Northern Combination with a lead of two points following their 4-1 victory away to Salford Ladies. All of the goals were scored in the first half, Emma Dobson giving Bradford the lead before they added further goals through Paige Crosby, Chelsey Faulkner and Kirsty Russell.
 
Sheffield Wednesday had started the day as table toppers but are back in second place after they suffered their first defeat of the season, beaten 2-1 by Newcastle Utd who are starting to settle. Steph Eadon netted both goals for Newcastle, including a late winner.
 
South Durham & Cestria hold on to third place as they edged out previously unbeaten Stockport County by the odd goal in seven. Nicky Duckling was on target twice along with a Tracey Swailes penalty and Jade White.
 
After two heavy defeats in their two opening matches, Huddersfield Town have now picked up seven points from nine points since and their 3-2 victory over Wakefield, courtesy of an Emily Heckler hat-trick, has lifted them into fourth.
 
Liverpool Feds moved themselves into the top half, thanks to a 3-2 success away to Middlesbrough. Karen Quinn, Amy Seagraves and Aimee Beach were all on target for the Feds.
 
Cheadle Heath Nomads registered their first win at Combination level following promotion, defeating Mossley Hill 4-1. Tracy Anderson spearheaded the victory by scoring a hat-trick, with Liz Chapman also on target. 
 
Midland Combination
Stoke City made it two wins in a row to set the early pace, running out 4-1 victors away to Leafield Athletic. Kelly Pinner, Nicola Hudson, Emma Sanders and Kate Asher were all on target for Stoke.
 
Copsewood (Coventry) got themselves off to a good start as they won 3-1 at Radcliffe Olympic. Abiyola Riley marked her debut by scoring a hat-trick for Copsewood as they recorded their first ever victory over the home side.
 
Northampton Town opened up their campaign with a victory, 3-1 over TNS Ladies. After trailing at half time, second half goals from Ellise Newby, Lisa Porter and Leah Cudone ensured a winning start for the Cobblers.
 
Wolverhampton Wanderers came away from newly promoted Loughborough Foxes with a 2-0 success under their belts. Jordan Timmins-Ray grabbed both goals for Wolves inside the opening twelve minutes.
 
After having been beaten in their opening match, Curzon Ashton notched up their first points of the season when defeating Leicester City 1-0, Jade Parker scoring the only goal of the game. 
 
South East Combination
Lewes kept up their strong start to the new season with an 8-1 victory over Norwich City, who had started the day in second place. Seven different players got on the scoresheet, Tammy Waine netting twice along with Holly Grogan, Charlotte Bennett, Veiga, Jo Gardiner, Kelly Newton and Lel Smith.
 
Enfield Town meanwhile netted nine without reply against Tooting & Mitcham Utd to sit in second place, level on points with Lewes. Beth Lovell hit a hat-trick with Emma Thomas, Claire Gooch, Katie Wilding, Beth Demery, Fran Boggi and Stavroulla Panayiotou adding one each but the game was marred by a serious injury sustained by Emma Thomas.
 
Ebbsfleet Utd returned to winning ways and are up to third after beating Cambridge Women 4-2, thanks to a goal apiece from Kelly Philpott, Claire Williams, Lou Jackson and Lisa Fulgence.
 
Milton Keynes Dons are one of four clubs who are on six points following their 3-1 victory over Old Actonians with Heather McDonnell, Nikki Tarrant and Caroline Moran all finding the net.
 
Josie Elliott netted a brace, with Jay Blackie also on target as Crystal Palace recorded their first victory of the new season when defeating Brentwood Town 3-1.
 
Ipswich Town bounced back from two opening defeats to inflict a first defeat on Luton Town, beating them 3-1, Dani Bitten scoring twice with Nicole Parish adding the other.

 
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