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Chorley saw their lead trimmed to four points at the top of the table after they were held to a 3-3 draw by Cheadle Heath Nomads. Natalie Parry (2) and Carmen Troiano had given Chorley a three goal lead before they were pegged back by a strong recovery from Cheadle.
South Durham & Cestria meanwhile took the opportunity to catch up some ground on Chorley as they scored six without reply past Wakefield. Deb Stansmore was on target twice along with Zoe Ness, Caz Ross, Yasmine Hardy and Lauren Jordinson.
Middlesbrough moved back into the top four once again after they claimed victory away to Liverpool Feds with the only goal of the game scored by Emily Scott.
Stockport County made a very quick return to winning ways and they leapfrogged Huddersfield Town in the table by beating them 7-1. Chantelle Parry scored a hat-trick, taking her tally to eight goals in seven games, with the others coming from Lucy Lutton (2), Bet Langford and Grace Campbell.
Leeds City Vixens and Mossley Hill remain level on points after their meeting ended in a 2-2 draw. Shauna Messenger and Charlie Blythe netted for Leeds with Mossley replying through Sophie Perry and Carla Lee.
Stoke City notched up their sixteenth successive league victory as they defeated Daventry Town 7-0. Becky Knight led the scoring with a hat-trick, Laura Garside weighed in with a double and there was one apiece from Ann-Marie Atherton and Claudia Walker.
A victory in their final match would confirm Leicester City as runners-up, following their 1-0 success against Leafield Athletic. Kayleigh Hillier scored the goal for Leicester who finish up with a return match against Leafield on Thursday night.
Radcliffe Olympic were also 1-0 winners over Copsewood (Coventry), Rania Ramadan netting the only goal of the game for a result which guarantees them a top three finish and still keeps them in with a chance of eclipsing Leicester as runners-up.
Rotherham Utd can still finish in the top half after they ran out 5-1 winners away to Curzon Ashton. Amy Pollock bagged a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Nicola Stray and Kirsty Richardson.
Loughborough Students and Leamington Lions battled out a 2-2 draw in which Avilla Bergin and Emma Rankin were on target for the students.
South East Combination
Congratulations to Chesham Utd who clinched the league title with a 1-0 win away to Cambridge Women. Gemma Fraser scored the only goal of the game to give Chesham, who have gone very close to promotion from the South West Combination on a number of occasions, the result which puts them beyond the reach of their rivals with four games to spare.
Ipswich Town are back up into second place following their 3-1 victory at Ebbsfleet Utd. Rosi Webb, Michelle Allum and Danni Bitten were all on target to keep Ipswich's quest for the runners-up spot on course.
There were plenty of goals on offer at Luton Town where the home side shared ten goals with Enfield Town. Lauren Goodier opened the scoring for the hosts with Katie Wilding levelling and Laura Day put Luton ahead shortly before the break. Regan Coleman levelled a minute after the restart, Rachel Kosky for Luton and a second Wilding kept the game tied but then a second from Day and one from Zara Carroll looked to have given Luton the points but Coleman again and an added time goal by Holly Brandon secured the draw.
Norwich City climbed back above Enfield into fourth place by defeating Milton Keynes Dons 3-0. Nadine Basson netted twice for the Canaries, whose other goal came from Kyla Love.
South West Combination
Keynsham Town booked their place in the Ambassador League Cup Final with a 5-1 semi final victory over Newquay. Geovana Alves scored twice, with the others coming from Abbie Britton, Charlie Grimes and Agneiszka Ziolek.
Plymouth Argyle are up into the top three after scoring eight without reply past Southampton Saints. Katie Middleton and Emily Mousley each had good days in front of goal for Argyle, netting four times apiece.
Swindon Town continue to finish the season well and they notched up a 2-0 win against University of Portsmouth, thanks to a double from Abbie Picton.
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