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Sheffield Wednesday emerged as 3-0 winners from the top of the table encounter with Bradford City and the Owls now head the league by two points. Beth England netted on her debut for Wednesday with further goals from Jess Sigsworth and Laura Naylor.
Newcastle Utd moved back into second place, courtesy of a 5-2 victory over Stockport County. Megan Pyper and Stacy Crooks each netted twice for the Magpies, with Courtney Lock also on target.
Tracy Swales bagged a brace, with Jenni Duffy, Lucy Johnstone and Beccy Hanratty adding the others for South Durham & Cestria who kept up their challenge as they defeated Salford Ladies 5-0, a result which takes them into third.
Two of the league's form teams met each other and the honours were shared as Huddersfield Town and Mossley Hill battled out a 4-4 draw. Emily Heckler and Kate Mallin each netted twice for Huddersfield, with Mossley Hill replying through a Kaisha Sohl double, Kim Cahill and Helen Griffiths.
Liverpool Feds consolidated themselves in the top half of the table with a 2-1 win against Middlesbrough, Caroline Charlton scoring both of their goals.
Cheadle Heath Nomads ran out 6-1 victors away to Wakefield. Caroline Price led the scoring for the Nomads with a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Tracy Anderson, Jeneyha Webb and Lauren Digby.
Curzon Ashton stretched their lead at the top to three points, thanks to a 2-0 victory away to Northampton Town. Jodie Redgrave put Curzon ahead on the half hour and Jenny Irwin wrapped up the points with the second goal, midway through the second half.
Stoke City remain in second but they were held to a 1-1 draw by Loughborough Students. Emma Pilling was on target for the students whilst Rebecca Knight netted Stoke's goal from the penalty spot.
Wolverhampton Wanderers continue to close in and they lifted themselves up to third by beating Copsewood (Coventry) 2-1. All of the goals came in the opening eighteen minutes, Jenny Anslow and Layla Salter putting Wolves two ahead before Abiyola Riley pulled one back for Copsewood.
Leafield Athletic are back in fourth place after they picked up a point from a 1-1 draw with Radcliffe Olympic. Lauren Garner was on target for Radcliffe, with Leafield finding the net through Hayley Phillipowsky.
Three of the day's six fixtures ended with scores level, the other being at Dudley Utd where the home side shared four goals with Leicester City, whose strikes came from Kayleigh Hillier and Kayleigh Brant.
Roschelle Shakes and Row Davies each netted braces as Loughborough Foxes notched up their second victory of the season, a 4-2 success away to TNS Ladies.
South East Combination
Lewes continue to blaze a trail at the top and made it eleven straight wins when scoring eight without reply against Milton Keynes Dons. Naomi Cole hit a first half hat-trick for the Rooks with Tammy Waine and Charlotte Bennett grabbing a brace each, plus a strike from Kirstie Spice.
Norwich City remain five points behind in second place after they defeated Brentwood Town 2-1. Leah Cowan gave Brentwood an early lead which was cancelled out by Chelsea Garrett and Jodie Drake hit the winner for Norwich with eight minutes remaining.
Enfield Town maintained their challenge by running out 6-1 winners over Crystal Palace. Josie Elliott put Palace ahead before the break and Sara Sinclair (2), Beth Demery, Semma Halil, Kerrie Marlborough and an own goal replied for Enfield in the second half.
Ebbsfleet Utd continue to have a good season and they consolidated themselves in fourth place by beating Ipswich Town 3-1.
Nat Richardson bagged herself a four-goal haul as Cambridge Women scored eleven past Old Actonians. Sophie Thompson weighed in with a double and there was one apiece from Laura Bright, Laura Brown, Kelly Docwra, Carrie Bennett and Laura Baker.
South West Combination
Havant & Waterlooville made a swift return to the top of the table by running out 4-0 winners over Keynsham Town Development. Vinny Nkomo scored a hat-trick for the Hawks and Lauren Cheshire was also on target.
Previous leaders Gloucester City went down to their first defeat of the season, beaten 3-1 in their local derby by Forest Green Rovers who stepped up their own challenge. Charlotte King, Kirsty Richardson and Paige Stewart netted the goals for Forest Green, with Gloucester replying through Ann Marie Heatherson.
Yeovil Town made sure of keeping well in touch with the leading sides by defeating Swindon Town 4-1. Laura Bray, Kirsty Whitton, Justine Lorton and Jodi Cornwall were all on the scoresheet for Yeovil.
Chesham Utd made it three wins on the trot with a 3-1 victory at University of Portsmouth, which takes them into the top half.
Southampton Saints are out of the bottom two following their 2-1 win against Newquay thanks to Catherine Browning and Chelsea Swain.
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