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League leaders Chorley received a setback to their title ambitions as they went down to a surprise 1-0 defeat away to Mossley Hill. The game was ultimately settled by a first half own goal but came shortly after Mossley goalkeeper Stacey Kelley had saved a penalty.
In-form Stockport County meanwhile notched up their fourth victory in a row with a 4-2 success at Cheadle Heath Nomads. Bet Langford scored twice, with Kerisia Cooke and substitute Grace Campbell adding the others to take Stockport closer towards safety.
Rotherham Utd moved themselves into their highest position of the season so far with a 1-0 victory over Leamington Lions, Kirsty Richardson grabbing the only goal of the game.
In midweek, Leicester City went second in the table by winning 2-1 away to Rotherham Utd, the points being earned by a brace of goals from Kayleigh Hillier.
Curzon Ashton are back in mid-table following their midweek 2-1 success against Daventry Town. Hannah Mitchell and Sarah Ryan were both on target for Curzon.
South East Combination
Chesham Utd are closing in on the league title and require just six more points from their final six matches following their 8-1 victory over Ipswich Town, who had started the day in second place.
Chichester City are back up into second place after goals from Elizabeth Ogden and Lucie Challen earned them a 2-0 win against Ebbsfleet Utd.
Crystal Palace picked up only their third point of the season when sharing a goalless draw with Norwich City, who remain in fifth place.
South West Combination
The league table has been re-calculated this week after Gloucester City's withdrawal has finally been confirmed. Their results have been expunged from the table.
There is no change to the top of the table and the title battle as both Keynsham Town and Oxford Utd both lose six points from their total, meaning that Keynsham keep their lead of two points over the U's.
Plymouth Argyle strengthened their chances of a top three finish by scoring ten without reply away to Keynsham Development. Katie Middleton had a great day in front of goal, netting four times, Emily Mousley weighed in with a hat-trick and they were joined on the scoresheet by Chloe Bassett, Eden May and Sarah Stacey.
Swindon Town follow on in fifth place after they won 4-2 at Exeter City courtesy of Chynna Collings, Lisa Coe, Abby Picton and an own goal.
At the other end of the table, University of Portsmouth lifted themselves off the bottom following their 3-0 success against Southampton Saints. Ellie Grocott netted twice for the students, with Lacey Plumbley joining her on the scoresheet.
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