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Chorley power on at the top of the table and have now gone six points clear following their 3-0 win away to Sheffield Utd Community. Natalie Perry gave Chorley the lead and they went to add further goals through Alyson Hastie and Rachel Wood.
South Durham & Cestria remain in second place but lost more ground after going down to a 3-1 defeat at home to Leeds City Vixens for whom Carla Baxby, Sarah Dobby and Abbie Housecroft were all on target.
Mossley Hill picked up their second victory in successive weeks, 3-1 against Liverpool Feds courtesy of a hat-trick from Sophie Perry.
Wakefield moved out of the bottom two places after edging out Stockport County by the odd goal in seven. Shelbey Morris netted twice and there was one apiece from Sammy Chamberlain and Tara Nolan whilst Wakefield goalkeeper Sam Knight saved a penalty.
Leafield Athletic ensured they stayed two points ahead at the summit, thanks to a 3-1 victory over Copsewood (Coventry). Sade Alaka, Kath Fellows and Hayley Phillipowski scored the goals for Leafield with Copsewood's consolation coming from Nicola Foskett.
Stoke City meanwhile netted seven without reply past Daventry Town to stay hard on the heels of leaders Leafield. Laura Garside bagged a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Cassie Hyde, Natasha Lilly, Natasha Catalano and Becky Knight.
Sarah Green and Catherine Stainthorpe were on the scoresheet for Radcliffe Olympic as they climbed into the top three after they defeated Loughborough Students 2-1.
Leicester City also picked up a 2-1 victory away to Curzon Ashton to stay nicely in touch with the leading sides. Kayleigh Hillier and Katie Bateman scored the goals to give Leicester the points.
Rotherham Utd continue to reserve their best form for away matches so far as they won 7-0 at Northampton Town. Nat Shaw led the scoring with a hat-trick and also on the scoresheet were Jade Rabjohn, Kirsty Richardson, Nicola Stray and Helen Roberts.
Leamington Lions meanwhile made it three wins on the trot and their 3-2 success away to Loughborough Foxes has taken them into a mid-table position. Sam Morris netted a brace for Leamington and Charlene Blugher was also on target.
South East Combination
Cambridge Women, winners of the League Cup in each of the last two seasons, are out of the tournament this time around following a 3-2 extra time defeat to Brentwood Town. Cambridge twice took the lead through goals from Natalie Richardson with Brentwood hitting back on each occasion with replies from Sophie Lovell and Nicole Manning. Nikita Whinnett struck the all-important winner in extra time although it needed a penalty save from Layla Prior to complete the win. Brentwood's reward in the quarter final draw is a tough one as they have been paired with league leaders Chesham Utd.
Enfield Town staged a great second half comeback in their 3-2 victory at Milton Keynes Dons which takes them into the quarter finals. Leah Cudone and Emily Mann gave the Dons a two-goal half time lead before Beth Lovell and Sheree Oliver tied the scores up and Katie Wilding booked Enfield a tie with Norwich City in the last eight with a sweetly struck volley late on.
Chichester City eased through their first ever League Cup tie by winning 6-1 away to Arlesey Town. Abbey Shrubb bagged another hat-trick for the Sussex side and the others came via Hollie Wride, Lucie Challen and an own goal.
Chichester's opponents in the last eight will be Ipswich Town who ran out 4-0 winners over Crystal Palace. Michelle Allum was on target twice along with Amy Howlett and Amy Cook.
South West Combination
Keynsham Town bounced back from their first defeat seven days earlier with a 7-1 victory over Southampton Saints, which keeps them top of the league on goal difference. Polly Wardle, Fabiana Rodrigues and Ashley Reinecke all netted twice with Leanne Lapham adding the other.
Oxford Utd made sure of keeping pace with Keynsham as they won 3-0 away to Swindon Town, thanks to a goal apiece from Lauren Allison, Lindsay Pinker and Stacey Coles.
Kirsty Richardson was the hero for Forest Green Rovers on Sunday, bagging a hat-trick as they defeated Plymouth Argyle 3-2 to stay in touch with the top two.
Newquay leapfrogged Keynsham Development in the table and are just below midway after beating them 3-2.
University of Portsmouth meanwhile lifted themselves out of the bottom three places, thanks to a 3-2 victory over Gloucester City.
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