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Combination Leagues round-up
 Women's Football News 4 Oct 2012
 
Northern Combination
Chorley took over the leadership for the first time this season with a 4-2 victory away to Stockport County. Alyson Hastie was on target twice for the Lancashire side along with Natalie Parry and Ruth Harrison.
 
South Durham & Cestria had started the day on top of the table but went down to their first defeat of the season, beaten 3-1 by Sheffield Utd Community for whom Tania Marsden netted a brace with Laura Naylor adding the other.
 
Bradford City remain in third place after being held to a 2-2 draw by Liverpool Feds despite goals from Chantelle O'Hara and Mel Garside-Wight.
 
Huddersfield Town cemented themselves in the top five by running out 3-0 winners at Wakefield. Emily Heckler, Faye Chadwick and Katie Nutter were all on target for Huddersfield.
 
Mossley Hill are up into the top half of the table after they defeated Middlesbrough 2-1, thanks to Sophie Perry and a penalty from Kim Cahill. 
 
Midland Combination
Leafield Athletic made it six wins on the trot as they defeated Daventry Town 5-3 to stay two points ahead at the top of the table. Hayley Phillipowski netted twice along with Sade Alaka, Hayley Wilford and Leigh Dugmore while Kerry Luckett, Lauren Roberts and Georgina Powell replied for Daventry.
 
Stoke City stay hot on Leafield's heels in second place after winning 3-0 away to Loughborough Students. Becky Knight, Laura Garside and Lucy Ridgeway all found the net to give Stoke the points.
 
Copsewood (Coventry) got back to winning ways and move back up to third following their 2-1 victory over Loughborough Foxes, given to them Natalie Dean and Sam Pattison with the Foxes' consolation coming from Helen Rudkin.
 
Leicester City and Radcliffe Olympic battled out a 1-1 draw which keeps them just behind the leading teams. Gemma Ball was on target for Leicester and Radcliffe responded through Laura Turner.
 
Sarah Ryan bagged a brace and Nicky Maylett joined her on the scoresheet as Curzon Ashton returned with a 3-2 victory from their trip to Rotherham Utd, whose replies came from Nicola Stray and Jade Rabjohn.
 
Leamington Lions meanwhile recorded their second win in successive weeks and have lifted themselves out of the bottom two places. Adelyn Blackwell, Samantha Morris, Krystina Emmanouilides and Steph Jones were all on the scoresheet as Leamington beat Northampton Town 4-1. 
 
South East Combination
League leaders Chesham Utd saw their advantage trimmed to two points as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Cambridge Women, who scored through Laura Baker and Laura Bright.
 
Norwich City made sure of narrowing the gap on Chesham by beating Luton Town 3-0. Kyla Love netted twice for Norwich, with Nadine Basson also on target.
 
Enfield Town moved back into the top three with a 1-0 victory away to Ebbsfleet Utd. The unfortunate Kirsty Lomas deflected a Beth Demery cross past her own keeper for the only goal of the game, shortly before half time.
 
Ipswich Town netted seven without reply past Crystal Palace and are now only four points off the pace in fourth place. Lauren Cartwright led the scoring with a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Kat Parnell, Amy Howlett, Amanda Everett and Amy Cook.
 
Chichester City notched up another victory, 6-2 against Arlesey Town in the battle between the newly promoted sides. Abbey Shrubb had another great day in front of goal, netting four times with the others coming from Georgina Starkey and Kally Ambler.
 
Milton Keynes Dons jumped into a mid-table position on the back of a 5-0 success away to Brentwood Town. Tammy Scrivens gave them the lead with Christie Turner adding the second, before Lauren Goodier, Bryony Levitt and Leah Cudone all netted in the second half. 
 
South West Combination
Keynsham Town's winning start to the season was checked as they went down to their first reverse of the season, 3-2 to Plymouth Argyle. Emily Mousley was on target twice for Argyle along with Chloe Basset.
 
Oxford Utd took advantage to go level on points at the top of the table, thanks to a 5-0 victory over Keynsham Development. Natasha Caswell bagged a hat-trick for the U's and there was one apiece from Holly Pickett and Stacey Coles.
 
Forest Green Rovers are just two points off the pace following their 4-0 win against University of Portsmouth. Annie Martin and Kirsty Richardson each netted twice to keep up Rovers' early challenge.
 
Exeter City moved themselves into the top half of the table by winning 3-1 away to Newquay, given to them by a goal apiece from Lola Sanchez, Kirsty Caunter and Leah Brooks.
 
Gloucester City doubled their points tally for the season as they drew for the second week in a row, their match with Southampton Saints finishing goalless.

 
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