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Sheffield Utd Community have moved up into third place in the table, thanks to a 4-1 victory against Middlesbrough. Deryn Ahmed converted two penalties in quick succession and further goals came from Nat Froggatt and Demi West.
Meanwhile Liverpool Feds' resurgence in form continued with a 3-2 success away to Stockport County, which takes them further away from the bottom two places. Abbie Wynn scored twice and Rosie Havelin the other for the Feds.
One match survived the weather on Sunday and it was at Leicester City where the home side moved into fourth place in the table, courtesy of a 3-0 victory over Loughborough Foxes. City took a first half lead when Katie Bateman scored from close range with Erica Kilby doubling their advantage midway through the second half. Gemma Ball rounded off the win for Leicester with the final goal from the penalty spot.
South East Combination
Luton Town's improving form continued as they ran out 7-1 winners over Arlesey Town to cement themselves in the top half of the table. Jess McKay gave them the lead in the opening minute before Michelle Byrne and Rachel Kosky added further goals ahead of the break. Lauren Goodier fired home the fourth from 30 yards early in the second half and Zara Carroll added the next goal. Danni Borelli then got on the scoresheet and Laura Day made it seven different scorers on the day for Luton.
South West Combination
With Keynsham Town not having a game on Sunday, Oxford Utd took full advantage by winning 4-0 away to Newquay, returning to the top of the table in the process. Cat Beaver and Natasha Caswell each netted doubles for the U's.
The other match to be played turned out to be an entertaining Devon local derby as Exeter City and Plymouth Argyle shared six goals. Former Argyle striker Tash Knapman scored twice and Lola Sanchez the other for Exeter, with Plymouth replying through Rebekah Rose, Natasha Harding and Emily Mousley.
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