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Two matches were played in the league on Sunday, the first action in the Northern Combination since Sunday 18th November!
Middlesbrough consolidated themselves in fifth place with a 3-1 victory away to Stockport County, who remain at the foot of the table. Sophie Matthews, Jenny Dixon and Ebony Housam were all on target for 'Boro.
The Merseyside derby went the way of Liverpool Feds, who defeated Mossley Hill 2-1 to move ahead of their local rivals on goal difference. The Feds' goals came from Chantelle Thompson and Clare Owen.
One match took place on the weekend, Loughborough Students and Leicester City battling out a 4-4 draw. The result means that Leicester stay in fifth place whilst the point takes the Students out of the bottom two.
South East Combination
Chesham Utd are showing no signs of slowing up at the top of the table and they have powered seven points clear following their 6-1 victory over Norwich City. Kate Bowers led the scoring for the Clarets with a four-goal haul and she was joined on the scoresheet by Anneka Nuttall and Shantell Woodward (see match report).
Enfield Town's chances took a huge blow as they went down to a 1-0 defeat at home to Milton Keynes Dons. Bryony Levitt scored the only goal of the game for the Dons, deep into injury time.
Cambridge Women moved into the top half of the table on the back of a 2-1 victory over Brentwood Town, who remain just outside the bottom two. The teams had met in the F.A.Women's Cup seven days earlier with Cambridge also winning on that occasion and they swept into a two-goal lead through Laura Bright and Laura Brown. Nikita Whinnett pulled a goal back for Brentwood but Cambridge held on to boost their climb up the table.
South West Combination
Forest Green Rovers kept themselves nicely in the title race with a 3-0 local derby success away to Gloucester City. Charlotte King scored twice and Kirsty Richardson the other to help take Rovers up into second place, just ahead of Keynsham Town and three points behind leaders Oxford Utd.
Swindon Town meanwhile go into the break in fifth place following their 7-2 victory away to Keynsham Development. Chyna Gillings, Michelle Rich and Abby Picton all netted doubles for the Wiltshire side, with Kirsty Shell also on target.
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