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South Durham & Cestria made sure of holding on to the leadership on goal difference with a 6-0 victory over fourth placed Sheffield Utd Community. Rosie Young netted twice for Cestria with the others coming from Beth Hepple, Zoe Ness, Tracey Swailes and Deb Stansmore.
Chorley are back on the winning trail and kept themselves level with the leaders but were pushed all the way by Huddersfield Town before emerging as 5-4 winners. Alyson Hastie (2), Vicky Coope, Kathy Beech and Ruth Harrison scored the goals to give Chorley three crucial points from a match played in torrential rain.
Middlesbrough lifted themselves into the top half of the table, climbing above Mossley Hill by beating them 4-2. Emily Scott was on target twice for 'Boro along with Sarah Manning and Ebony Housam.
Leeds City Vixens meanwhile returned with a 3-2 victory from their trip to Stockport County, who remain at the foot of the table. The win was given to the Vixens by a Beth Smith double and Carla Baxby.
Leafield Athletic made it ten wins out of ten and now head the table by five points after their 2-0 success away to Copsewood (Coventry). Leigh Dugmore and Jessica Lippiatt scored the goals to ensure that Leafield kept up their strong run.
Stoke City meanwhile netted six without reply against Northampton Town and the result has lifted them into second place. Laura Garside led the scoring for Stoke with a hat-trick, Becky Knight weighed in with a brace and Natasha Catalano was also on target.
Leicester City are still well in touch with the leading sides and have a number of games in hand, keeping up their challenge by winning 10-2 at Daventry Town. Kayleigh Hillier bagged a four-goal haul whilst Linda Scott hit a hat-trick, the tally being completed by Katie Bateman, Remi Allen and Tori-Dee Allen.
Rotherham Utd are up into the top half of the table for the first time this season, following their 4-1 victory over Loughborough Students.
South East Combination
Chesham Utd are showing no signs of slowing up at the top of the league and they preserved their four-point advantage by winning 6-0 at Luton Town. Kate Bowers netted a first half hat-trick for the Clarets, Anneka Nuttall added a double and Caz Moran completed the scoring.
Chichester City continue to head the chasing teams after they returned from Milton Keynes Dons with a 2-1 victory under their belts. An own goal gave Chichester an early lead and they wrapped up the points with a strike from the prolific Abbey Shrubb.
Ipswich Town meanwhile recorded a 4-1 success away to Arlesey Town which has taken them back into third place. Lauren Cartwright, Amy Howlett, Amanda Everett and Michelle Allum all netted a goal apiece for the Suffolk side.
Enfield Town twice had to come from behind to secure the points at home to Cambridge Women with a 4-3 victory. Sara Sinclair gave Enfield an early lead before Amelia Turner and Laura Brown put Cambridge ahead with Katie Wilding levelling on the stroke of half time. Natalie Richardson put Cambridge ahead again from the spot only for a second from Sinclair to level again and a Beth Demery penalty wrapped up the scoring.
Ebbsfleet Utd continued their upsurge in form with a 1-0 win against Crystal Palace, which takes them into a mid-table position. Rikki Page scored the only goal of the game for Fleet during the second half.
South West Combination
League leaders Oxford Utd did not play on Sunday and Keynsham Town took the opportunity to move within a single point of them as they beat Gloucester City 7-0. Fabiana Rodrigues and Polly Wardle each scored twice with Leanne Lapham, Ashley Reinecke and Aimee Clark adding the others.
Forest Green Rovers are only a further two points adrift in third after they defeated Southampton Saints 3-0, given to them by Annie Martin, Abbie Sadler and an own goal.
Plymouth Argyle are hanging on to the coat tails of the leading sides following their 6-2 success away to University of Portsmouth. Steph Beck and Laura Perrett each scored twice, with Emily Mousley and Katie Middleton joining them on the scoresheet.
Exeter City's improving form continued as they won 3-0 against Keynsham Development. The first half ended goalless before Emma Redwood gave Exeter the lead and further goals came from Dani Garland and Kirsty Caunter.
Swindon Town meanwhile held on to their mid-table position, thanks to a 3-1 victory at Newquay. The home side took an early lead but Swindon hit back to take the points through a Kim Reeves double and Lisa Coe.
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