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 Women's Football News 26 Oct 2012
Midlands/North Division One
Everton hold on to the leadership of Midlands/North Division One despite going down to a 4-2 defeat at home to Sunderland, who are now level on points with them. Nicola Devine, Abby Holmes, Jane Riddell and Jordan Atkinson netted the goals for Sunderland. Blackburn Rovers complete a trio of teams level on points at the top after they defeated Nottingham Forest 4-1, thanks to second half goals from Victoria Westerman, Nichol Forster, Evie Manning and Amy Bland. Manchester City ran out 4-0 winners over Leicester City and are just one point off the pace. Becky Grocott, Rhema Lord-Mears, Kayleigh Larkin and Katy Armsden were all on target to keep their side in the hunt. 
Midlands/North Division Two
Doncaster Rovers Belles extended their advantage at the top of Midlands/North Division Two with a 7-2 win away to Newcastle Utd. Katie Waddell and Kirstie Nicholls each scored twice along with Sarah-Louise Burke, Brooke Smith and Nicola Emery. Summer Holmes, Hannah Williams and Lauren Williams were all on the scoresheet as Wolverhampton Wanderers replaced Leeds Utd in second place by beating them 3-2. Georgina Benjamin and Clare Holmes each bagged hat-tricks, with Ashton Crouch adding the other two for Sheffield FC who won 8-1 at Stoke City to go third, just ahead of Lincoln Ladies who defeated Derby County 5-2 with goals from Holly Crosby (2), Martha Harris, Katie Jackson and Lydia Clark. 
Southern Division One
One match took place in Southern Division One, Colchester Utd catching up ground on the teams above them with a 2-1 victory over Cardiff City Ladies. 
Southern Division Two
Reading FC Women stay two points clear after a brace from Deanna Peters earned them a 2-1 win away to Yeovil Town. Second placed Brighton & Hove Albion meanwhile scored seven without reply against Portsmouth, Briony Parks scoring twice along with Darcey James, Ellie Lock, Jade Widdows, Paige Adams and Paige Walder. Isabel Kulinski hit a hat-trick with Fern Colepio and Danya Chong adding the others for Millwall Lionesses as they ran out 5-1 winners at Tottenham Hotspur.

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