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Combination Leagues round-up
 Women's Football News 12 Apr 2013
 
Northern Combination
Chorley made a swift return to winning ways and have gone six points clear at the top of the table after beating Leeds City Vixens 4-3. Natalie Parry, Alyson Hastie, Scarlett Smith and Kay Unsworth were all on target for the leaders.
 
Chorley's two nearest rivals met each other and it was South Durham & Cestria who were 2-1 winners against previously unbeaten Bradford City, thanks to goals from Beth Hepple and Jen Jennings.
 
Sheffield Utd Community are back up into fourth place following their 2-1 victory over Wakefield. Ami Buzzeo and Christina Skull netted the goals for United.
 
Middlesbrough shared four goals with Stockport County, whose recent four-match winning run has come to a halt. Dan Scarr grabbed both goals for 'Boro, with Chantelle Parry and Georgia France replying for County.
 
Emily Heckler had a deadly day in front of goal for Huddersfield Town, scoring all four goals as they defeated Mossley Hill 4-2 to cement themselves in the top half of the table.
 
Liverpool Feds and Cheadle Heath Nomads came face to face in a vital clash near the foot of the table and they finished goalless, meaning that the Feds stay one point ahead of Cheadle Heath who are still in the bottom two.
 
* On Wednesday night, Bradford City stepped up their title challenge with a 2-0 victory against Leeds City Vixens. 
 
Midland Combination
Newly crowned Champions Stoke City are showing no signs of slowing up as their season comes to a close. On Sunday they met third placed Radcliffe Olympic and ran out 5-0 winners thanks to a four-goal haul by Laura Garside, with Jodie Foxhall adding the other.
 
Leicester City now look to be the favourites for the runners-up position after a brace of goals from Amanda Whalley earned them a 2-0 victory away to Leamington Lions which stretches their advantage over Radcliffe to five points.
 
Leafield Athletic's nightmare run continued as they went down to a 4-2 defeat away to Loughborough Foxes, who move out of the bottom two as a result. Vicky Brackenbury, Lauren Struszczak, Roschelle Shakes and Jodie White were all on target for the Foxes.
 
Copsewood (Coventry) are starting to recapture their early season form once again and they leapfrogged Rotherham Utd into fifth by beating them 4-1. Nicola Foskett was on target twice along with Hannah Jones and Jodie McGuckin.
 
Daventry Town picked up an important point from a 2-2 draw with mid-table Curzon Ashton. Cheryl Edwards netted both goals for Daventry, with Curzon replying through Nikki Daniels and Alison Hindley.
 
* On Wednesday night, Copsewood (Coventry) caught up ground on the top four when they defeated Leamington Lions 3-1. 
 
South East Combination
Nat Adams scored twice and Kate Bowers added the other as Chesham Utd moved themselves to within one victory of the league title with a 3-1 success against Ebbsfleet Utd.
 
Chichester City held on to second place by beating Enfield Town 3-1. The prolific Abbey Shrubb was on target twice for the Sussex side and Lucie Challen joined her on the scoresheet.
 
Ipswich Town kept themselves in the hunt for the runners-up position as they won 2-0 away to Cambridge Women, thanks to goals from Rosi Webb and Michelle Allum.
 
Brentwood Town picked up an important point from a 1-1 draw with fifth placed Norwich City, Nicole Manning scoring Brentwood's goal with Nadine Basson on the scoresheet for Norwich.
 
Milton Keynes Dons stay well on course for a top half place following their 2-0 victory at Luton Town. However it was until the last few minutes that the game was decided, late goals from Nikki Tarrent and Emily Mann earning the points for the Dons.
 
The two teams at the foot of the table met each other on Sunday with Arlesey Town keeping their hopes of climbing out of the bottom two alive, thanks to a 3-2 win against Crystal Palace. 
 
South West Combination
Swindon Town have a fine record in the Ambassador League Cup in recent seasons and they are through to the Final once again after beating Southampton Saints 4-2 at the County Ground. Chynna Collings scored twice along with Catherine Reid and Ellie Maynard to take the former Cup winners into the Final for the second year in succession.
 
The last remaining quarter final was completed and it was Keynsham Town who progressed into the last four via a 1-0 success away to Exeter City. Katarzyna Rusek scored the only goal of the game from a free kick to book Keynsham a semi final date at home to Newquay this week.
 
In the league, Plymouth Argyle greatly boosted their chances of a top three finish by winning 3-0 at Forest Green Rovers. Emily Mousley was on target twice for Argyle and she was joined on the scoresheet by Chloe Bassett.

 
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