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South Durham & Cestria have made a return to the top of the table following their 2-0 victory away to Stockport County, given to them by goals from Debbie Stansmore and Becky Hanratty.
Bradford City played their first league match since 14th October on Sunday but, such has been the number of postponements over the last couple of months, they are only seven points off the pace after winning 1-0 at Middlesbrough. Mel Garside-Wight scored the only goal of the game via a second half free kick to ensure that Bradford keep up their unbeaten record.
Just the one match was played in the league over the weekend but it produced a result which brought a change at the top of the table.
Stoke City travelled to Loughborough Foxes and notched up a 3-0 victory which saw them regain the leadership from Radcliffe Olympic. Chantelle Gallagher, Laura Garside and Becky Knight netted the goals to help Stoke open up a two point lead at the top.
South East Combination
After a run of four league games without a victory, Enfield Town returned to winning ways on Sunday with a hard fought 2-1 success away to Cambridge Women. Katie Wilding gave Enfield a first half lead and after Laura Baker had levelled the scores for the home side early after the break, it was a Leanne Mabey header that sealed the points.
Enfield followed this up on Wednesday night by running out 8-2 winners over Arlesey Town, a result which takes them into third place. Sheree Oliver led the scoring with a four-goal haul and the tally was completed by Regan Coleman, Katie Wilding, Claire Gooch and an own goal.
Ipswich Town were in league action for the first time since 28th October and they made up for lost time with a 4-1 victory away to Norwich City. Rosi Webb was on target twice along with Amanda Everett and Michelle Allum to leave their side in fifth, just three points behind second placed Chelmsford City.
South West Combination
Oxford Utd preserved their lead of four points at the top of the table as goals from Catherine Beaver and Natasha Caswell earned their side a 2-1 win against Newquay.
Keynsham Town made sure they stayed hard on Oxford's heels after a second half fightback gave them a 4-3 win over Swindon Town. Katarzyna Rusek netted twice, including a late headed winner, with Leanne Lapham and Ashley Reinecke joining her on the scoresheet (see match report).
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