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Stockport County are the only unbeaten team left in the league after they shared a 3-3 draw with Sheffield Utd Community, a result which takes them to the top of the league. Stockport replied through Chantelle Parry, Georgia France and an own goal.
Chester-le-Street had started the day as leaders but they went down to their first defeat, 3-2 at the hands of Huddersfield Town whose goals came from Debbie Hastings, Emily Heckler and Kate Mallin.
Chorley got back to winning ways and their 5-2 victory over Wakefield has taken them up to third. Rachel Wood led the scoring with a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Scarlett Smith and Natalie Parry.
Tranmere Rovers made it three wins on the trot with a 5-2 success against local rivals Mossley Hill. Lindsay Smith, Beth Woolley, Denise Campbell, Lynn Carter and Kate McDonnell were all on target for Tranmere.
Liverpool Feds meanwhile defeated Middlesbrough 3-1 and are in the top half of the fledgling table.
Leeds City Vixens won for the first time, 2-1 against Cheadle Heath Nomads, thanks to goals from Laura Elford and Shauna Legge.
Copsewood (Coventry)'s excellent start to the season continued with a third straight win, 2-1 against Leicester City Women, and they have opened up a three point lead at the top of the table. Hannah Jones gave Copsewood the lead in the opening minute and they wrapped up the points in the second half with a strike from Abiyola Riley.
After opening the season with two draws, Leicester City Ladies registered their first victory, 4-2 at the expense of Loughborough Students. Eva Rogers, Kyleigh Brant, Erica Kilby and Amanda Whalley were all on target for Leicester.
Loughborough Foxes shared four goals with Radcliffe Olympic who pick up their first point as a result. Vicky Brackenbury and Roschelle Shakes scored the goals for the Foxes, with Radcliffe replying through a double from Precious Hamilton.
Curzon Ashton meanwhile notched up a fine 4-1 victory away to previously unbeaten Solihull Ladies. Kayleigh Larkin, Nikki Daniels and Louise McGilligan all found the net to put Curzon three ahead at the break and Rachel Mason added the fourth just after the hour mark.
Sam White and Leigh Dugmore were on the scoresheet as Leafield Athletic also recorded their first win, 2-1 against the other newly promoted side, Mansfield Town.
South East Combination
C & K Basildon now sport the league's only 100% record and moved to the top of the table, having played a game less than the teams around them, after they defeated previous leaders Cambridge Women 3-1. Claire Lacey, Zoe Rushen and Steph Stephanou netted the goals for C & K.
The other league newcomers, Denham Utd currently occupy second place after they shared a 2-2 draw with the team immediately below them, Milton Keynes Dons. Heather McDonnell and Emily Mann were on target for the Dons, with Jo Torr bagging a brace in reply for Denham.
Louise Bennett scored twice and Emma Thomas added the other for Enfield Town as they won for the first time this season, 3-0 against Luton Town.
Ebbsfleet Utd registered one of the results of the day, a 2-0 victory over previously unbeaten Queen's Park Rangers. Kylie Overton was Fleet's hero on the day as she netted both goals for her side.
After being on the receiving end of a nine-goal defeat in their opening game, Brentwood Town bounced back well on Sunday as they battled out a goalless draw with Ipswich Town.
South West Combination
Forest Green Rovers have been amongst the front runners in the past few seasons and they have started off well this time around, with a 3-0 victory over Newquay thanks to Annie Martin, Sam Hallsworth and an own goal.
Keynsham Development meanwhile opened up with three points to their name, coming from behind to beat newly promoted Larkhall Athletic 2-1. Natasha Miller put the Larks in front before Keynsham hit back to take the points through Michelle Owen and Rachel Stowell.
There was better fortunes for the other promoted side as Shanklin defeated Southampton Saints 1-0, Kim Masterton scoring the only goal of the game.
Chichester City have moved across from the South East Combination this season and their opening match with Plymouth Argyle culminated in a 1-1 draw. Maria Warman marked her debut for Argyle by giving them the lead but her side had to make the long journey home with a point under their belts after Emma Alexandre headed in the equaliser for Chichester.
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