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Combination Leagues round-up
 Women's Football News 13 Sep 2013
 
Northern Combination
Stockport County's strong start to the season continues and they have a lead of four points following their 3-2 victory over Tranmere Rovers. Jeneyah Webb, Chaneece Reeves and Chantelle Parry all scored to give County their fifth win in six matches played.
 
Chester-le-Street Town still head the chasing teams but needed to bounce back from a midweek defeat to win 3-1 at Mossley Hill in order to hold on to second place. Rae Taylor netted twice for the Cestrians, both from free kicks, and Haley English joined her on the scoresheet.
 
Goal ace Emily Heckler was on target twice as Huddersfield Town meanwhile made it four wins from five games with a 2-0 success against Chorley.
 
Sheffield Utd Community stretched their unbeaten run to five matches and are up into fourth following their 4-2 win over Middlesbrough. Chloe Dixon was on target twice for United, along with Ami Buzzeo and an own goal.
 
Wakefield are still searching for their first points of the season following a narrow 1-0 defeat at home to Leeds City Vixens, whose goal was scored by Charlotte Blythe.
 
Cheadle Heath Nomads meanwhile celebrated their victory and points by beating Liverpool Feds 2-1, Lizzy Chapman and Siobhan Valerama giving them a result which lifts them off the bottom of the table. 
 
Midland Combination
Copsewood (Coventry) have commenced the new campaign in excellent form and as well as topping the league table, they booked their place in the quarter finals of the League Cup by beating Leicester City Women for the second week in succession. A tight game was settled in extra time when Abiyola Riley gave Copsewood a 1-0 win.
 
Mansfield Town made their debut in the competition with a notable 1-0 victory over Rotherham Utd, Jemma Douglas grabbing the only goal of the game.
 
Loughborough Students meanwhile ran out 4-1 winners over local rivals Loughborough Foxes to go through to the last eight. Emily Blake was on target twice for the students, along with Teighlor Pengelley and Adele Sale.
 
In the league, Leafield Athletic climbed into second place as they notched up their third win in a row, 3-2 against Leicester City Ladies. Leigh Dugmore, Charlotte Hughes and Donna Hawkins scored the goals for Leafield.
 
Radcliffe Olympic claimed their first victory of the season when beating Solihull Ladies 3-1, Precious Hamilton notching a brace with Ella Cahoon adding the other. 
 
South East Combination
C & K Basildon held on to the early leadership of the table with a 2-0 victory over Norwich City. Karissa Rodney and Jenny Brown-Wealls netted the goals for the Essex side.
 
Denham Utd ensured that both of the newly promoted teams occupy the top two positions after they defeated Luton Town 3-2. Rebecca Scott bagged a brace for Denham, whose other strike came from Harriet Gilbert.
 
Tara Hutcherson, Nuala McEvitt and Amy-Lee Gullefer were all on the scoresheet as Enfield Town lifted themselves into the top three on the back of a fine 3-0 win away to Cambridge Women.
 
Queen's Park Rangers join Enfield on seven points following their 4-1 victory against Brentwood Town. After falling a goal behind, Rangers recovered with goals from Stacey Sowden (2), Gemma Rudman and Kasha Petit.
 
Ipswich Town are still to record their first win but have drawn three of their four matches so far, the latest coming as they shared four goals with Ebbsfleet Utd. Lindsey Smith and Amy Howlett were on target for Ipswich, with Fleet replying through Louise Lorton and Stacey Rye. 
 
South West Combination
Forest Green Rovers stay at the top of the fledgling table after battling out a thrilling 4-4 draw with Plymouth Argyle. After Plymouth had taken a two-goal lead, Forest Green battled back to go 4-2 ahead before Argyle netted two more to ensure the points were shared. Rachael Javan, Jodie Chubb, Rebekah Rose and Katie Middleton all scored for Plymouth, whilst Forest Green's strikes came from doubles by Sammy Hallsworth and Sarah Stacey.
 
Keynsham Development are also on four points and in second place, they also shared eight goals in their match with Chichester City. Sinead Nelinn, Rachel Stowell, Yasmin Laver and Katarzyna Rusek were all on the scoresheet for Keynsham whilst Chichester replied through a goal apiece from Lucie Challen, Chantelle Strudwick, Rachel Towler and Jenna Fowlie.
 
Exeter City started their season a week late but made up for lost time with a 5-0 victory away to Newquay. Tash Knapman scored twice for City along with Lola Sanchez, Kirsty Caunter and Vicky Barter.
 
Chyna Collings and Sheriden Palk netted the goals as Swindon Town also opened up with a win, 2-1 against University of Portsmouth.
 
Larkhall Athletic recorded their first victory in the league, a 2-1 success at Southampton Saints thanks to Kelly Cripps and Natasha Miller.

 
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