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League leaders Sheffield Wednesday did not play on Sunday and this allowed Newcastle Utd the opportunity to draw level on points with them, which they took with a 3-2 victory over Cheadle Heath Nomads. Stacy Crooks netted twice for the Magpies, with Jess Havelock also on target.
South Durham & Cestria caught up ground on the top three, thanks to a 2-1 win away to Stockport County. The teams are due to meet again in the F.A.Women's Cup this Sunday and it was South Durham who triumphed on this occasion, coming from behind to equalise through Nicky Duckling and Alex Saunders scored a last minute winner.
Liverpool Feds ran out 6-0 winners over Wakefield, a result which takes them into fifth place. Charlotte Apps and Jenny Rogers each scored twice, with Karen Quinn and Chantelle Thompson adding the others.
Middlesbrough continued their climb away from the bottom two with a 1-0 success against Salford Ladies, thanks to a solitary goal from Sarah Manning.
The resignation of Dudley Utd has meant a re-calculation of the table but Stoke City have opened up a lead of five points at the top as they ran out 5-0 winners over Northampton Town. Rebecca Knight bagged a brace and there was one apiece from Nicola Hudson, Kate Asher and Dawn Mallett.
Katie Bateman netted a first half double, with Gemma Ball and Laura Charles also on the scoresheet to help Leicester City climb into third place on the back of a 4-0 victory against TNS Ladies.
Hayley Phillipowsky and Hollie Hearnden were both on the scoresheet for Leafield Athletic who moved into fourth, thanks to a 2-0 win away to Copsewood (Coventry).
Loughborough Foxes continue to improve and they are up into mid-table after their 2-1 success at Loughborough Students, Vicky Brackenbury and Roschelle Shakes netting their goals.
South East Combination
Lewes maintained their lead of eleven points at the top after scoring seven without reply away to Ebbsfleet Utd. Naomi Cole bagged a hat-trick and there were further goals from Jo Gardiner, Kelly Newton, Holly Grogan and Tammy Waine to get the Rooks back to winning ways.
Enfield Town kept their hopes alive in second place, thanks to a 3-0 victory over Milton Keynes Dons. Sara Sinclair opened the scoring for Enfield in the first half before Katie Wilding and Claire Gooch added further goals after the break.
Norwich City meanwhile made sure they stay in the running as they won 4-0 at Luton Town. Kirstie Kindred, Nadine Basson, Chelsea Garrett and Jodie Drake all netted a goal apiece for the Canaries.
Crystal Palace cemented their position in mid-table by defeating Ipswich Town 3-0, goals coming from Josie Elliott, Tanya Warner and Valentine Ibe.
South West Combination
With Gloucester City not having a game, Havant & Waterlooville took the opportunity to replace them at the top of the table with a 3-0 victory away to University of Portsmouth. Lauren Cheshire was the hero for the Hawks as she netted a first half hat-trick.
Yeovil Town are now just three points off the pace in third place following their 5-0 win against Chesham Utd. Jodi Cornwall was on target twice for Yeovil along with Kirsty Whitton, Stacey Pearson and Laura Bray.
Forest Green Rovers bounced back from their defeat the previous Sunday to win 3-2 at Newquay and get their challenge back on track. Charlotte King netted twice for Rovers, with Charley Cooney also on the scoresheet.
After nine straight defeats, Keynsham Town Development registered their first point of the season when sharing a goalless draw with Southampton Saints.
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