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The top two kept pace with each other once again with South Durham & Cestria still leading the way after beating Liverpool Feds 3-0.
Chorley also recorded their fifth straight win, 2-0 away to Middlesbrough thanks to goals from Chelsea Scholes and Scarlett Smith to stay level on points with South Durham.
Bradford City maintained their own unbeaten start and remain in third following their 4-0 victory over Stockport County. Melanie Garside-Wight gave them a first half lead before Caroline Omboyi netted twice and Dominique Hoad rounded off the scoring.
Sheffield Utd Community continue to start the new season well and their 2-1 success against Leeds City Vixens leaves them firmly entrenched in the top four. On the tenth anniversary of the club's competitive debut, captain Rachel Ruddach - the only survivor from 2002 - fittingly put United ahead with Jen Pearson adding the other goal.
Mossley Hill meanwhile recorded their second victory in a row when beating Cheadle Heath Nomads with goals from Meg Brodie (2) and Holly Parkinson.
After two defeats in succession, Huddersfield Town returned to form with a 4-1 win against Wakefield. Emily Heckler led the scoring with a hat-trick and Debbie Hastings was also on target.
Last season's runners-up in the League Cup, Stoke City moved into the quarter finals of this this year's tournament with a 3-1 victory over debutants Daventry Town.
League leaders Copsewood (Coventry) are out of the Cup after they were narrowly beaten 4-3 by Leafield Athletic. Danni Peckover, Katie Fellows, Alice Belcher and Hayley Packer were all on target for Leafield
Leicester City meanwhile eased through to the last eight by defeating Loughborough Students 4-1. After falling behind in the first half, goals from Sam Clarke, Gemma Ball, Kayleigh Hillier and Linda Scott saw Leicester home.
Loughborough Foxes complete the quarter final line up following their 2-0 win against Northampton Town, given to them by goals from Jodie White and Kate Rose.
In the league, Radcliffe Olympic climbed into second place as they won 3-1 away to Curzon Ashton. Aileen Whelan netted twice and Sarah Green joined her on the scoresheet.
Rotherham Utd claimed their first victory of the season, a 5-2 success at Leamington Lions. Natalie Shaw netted four times for the Millers along with Bianca Ross.
On Tuesday night, Curzon Ashton inflicted a first defeat of the season on Stoke City when beating them 3-1 courtesy of second half goals from Steph Ashton, Sarah Ryan and Nicky Maylett.
South East Combination
Chesham Utd continue to blaze a trail at the top of the league following a 4-2 win against Ebbsfleet Utd. After twice falling behind, Chesham hit back to take the points with goals from Gemma Fraser, Nat Adams, Shan Woodward and Anneka Nuttall.
Enfield Town moved into second place after notching up their third successive win, 5-2 over Crystal Palace. An own goal and Beth Lovell put the hosts 2-0 up at the break but Palace levelled with two goals in a minute by Kayleigh Lecomber midway through the second half. Lovell almost immediately restored Enfield's lead and Holly Brandon and Sheree Oliver rounded off the scoring.
Norwich City claimed a 3-2 success at Cambridge Women which moves them back into the top three, Nadine Basson scoring twice including a late winner, with Sasha Diston adding the other from the penalty spot.
Arlesey Town are up to fourth after they defeated Brentwood Town 2-1. Kirsty Cooper and Sarah Tayler put Arlesey two ahead with Nikita Whinnett pulling a goal back for Brentwood.
Chichester City pulled off arguably the result of the day when winning 4-3 away to Ipswich Town. Abbey Shrubb had a great day for City as she netted all four goals.
Honours were even in the other match with Milton Keynes Dons and Luton Town sharing a 1-1 draw which keeps both sides just below midway. Nicola Henman was on target for Luton and Heather McDonnell replied for the Dons.
South West Combination
Polly Wardle fired a hat-trick and Fabiana Rodridgues weighed in with the other two, including a late winner, as Keynsham Town made it four wins out of four when beating Newquay 5-4 in an extraordinary game at the AJN Stadium. Vicky Barter (2), Kayley Lane and Becky Atkins replied for Newquay.
Forest Green Rovers remain hot on Keynsham's heels in second place after beating Havant & Waterlooville 7-0. Charlotte King was on target five times for the Gloucestershire side and Kirsty Richardson added a brace.
Oxford Utd meanwhile made it three wins on the trot with a 3-1 success at Gloucester City, thanks to a double from Lauren Allison and Catherine Beaver.
Plymouth Argyle lost a little ground when going down 2-1 in their derby match to Exeter City. In the sides' first ever meeting at this level, Kirsty Caunter and Lola Sanchez gave Exeter a two-goal lead with Emily Mousley notching a second half consolation for Argyle.
Swindon Town notched up their first win, 5-2 against University of Portsmouth. On Tuesday night, Swindon moved to fourth in the table as they won 3-2 away to Gloucester City through a Laura Morgan double and Abbie Picton.
Keynsham Development picked up their first point of the season when sharing a 1-1 draw with Southampton Saints. Leah Holloway was on target for the Saints with Ronaldinha scoring Keynsham's goal.
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