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Bradford City moved into second place in the table, thanks to a 5-1 victory away to Huddersfield Town. Kirsty Russell bagged a hat-trick for City who added further goals through Kerrie Zserdicky and Bridie Hannon.
Honours were shared in the Merseyside derby as Liverpool Feds and Mossley Hill battled out a 2-2 draw. Mossley had trailed by two goals at one stage before an own goal and Holly Parkinson brought things level to help keep up their recent good run.
Middlesbrough are finishing the season well and have put themselves beyond the reach of the bottom two after two goals from Danni Scarr gave them a 2-1 win against Stockport County.
Wolverhampton Wanderers moved to within four points of leaders Stoke City after a late fightback gave them a crucial 2-1 win over Leicester City. Katie Bateman had given Leicester the lead shortly before half time and it looked as though they would hold on until the last ten minutes, when a Becky Hall corner was deflected in to level the scores and Dani Selmes scored with a fine solo effort to give Wolves three valuable points and deliver a fatal blow to Leicester's title challenge.
Copsewood (Coventry) are back up into third place following their 5-3 victory away to Curzon Ashton. Copsewood had trailed 2-0 at one stage but an Abiyola Riley hat-trick, Nicola Foskett and Jodie McGuckin turned the match in their favour and kept them on course for a top three place.
Northampton Town picked up an important point from a 2-2 draw with Leafield Athletic, who scored through Stacey Davis and Hayley Phillipowsky.
On Tuesday night, Wolverhampton Wanderers made it through to the League Cup Final for the first time with a 3-1 victory over Loughborough Students. Rebecca Large gave them the lead before Dani Selmes sealed the win with two further goals.
South East Combination
Newly crowned Champions Lewes are not letting up the pace after clinching the title as they defeated Enfield Town 5-1. Beth Lovell put Enfield ahead but Naomi Cole levelled before the break with a twice taken penalty. Lesley Smith edged Lewes ahead and then after a long break following a nasty looking injury to Katie McIntyre, further strikes from Andrea Veiga, Cole again and Holly Grogan wrapped up the scoring.
Enfield bounced back on Tuesday night to run out 4-0 winners over Brentwood Town to lift themselves into second place. Regan Coleman scored in each half with Emma Thomas and Sara Sinclair adding to the total.
Crystal Palace and Cambridge Women fought out a 1-1 draw in their mid-table clash, Valentine Ibe netting for Palace with Cambridge replying through a late, late equaliser from Faith Hewitt.
Luton Town are still in with a chance of a top half finish and kept up those hopes by winning 2-1 away to Ebbsfleet Utd, thanks to goals from Jess McKay and Jodie Whitford-Stark.
South West Combination
Yeovil Town are all but confirmed as Champions after Havant & Waterlooville crashed to a 4-1 defeat away to Swindon Town. Kirsty Shell scored twice for Swindon along with Alison Witts and Michelle Rich - who netted a 30-yard piledriver - while the Hawks' consolation came from Laura Streeter.
Chesham Utd remain two points behind Swindon in sixth place following their 2-0 success away to Southampton Saints, who remain worryingly in the bottom two.
After fourteen matches without a win, Keynsham Town Development claimed their first league victory of the season. Hari Sabic and Luciana Silva scored the goals to give them a 2-1 win over University of Portsmouth and keep their survival hopes a shot in the arm.
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