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Stockport County stay four points clear at the top of the table after they won 2-0 away to Leeds City Vixens, Jade Malpus and Geo France scoring their goals.
Chester-le-Street Town continue to lead the teams in pursuit of Stockport and are now in second place on their own after beating Wakefield 3-0. Haley English was on target twice along with Rae Taylor, who scored direct from a corner.
Huddersfield Town stay in third but went down to only their second defeat of the season, 4-3 to Cheadle Heath Nomads who won for the second time in a row. Lizzy Chapman netted two of the goals for Cheadle Heath along with Siobhan Valerama and an own goal.
Natalie Parry bagged a brace, with Vicky Coope and a Scarlett Smith penalty also finding the net as Chorley were another team to win by the odd goal in seven, at the expense of Mossley Hill.
Liverpool Feds moved themselves back into a mid-table position, one point behind Sheffield Utd Community after beating them 3-1.
Middlesbrough claimed an important 2-1 victory against Tranmere Rovers to leave themselves lying just below mid-table.
Copsewood (Coventry) kept up their perfect start to the season and kept themselves one point clear at the top, with two games in hand, following their 3-0 success away to Solihull Ladies. Becki Knight netted two of the goals for Copsewood, with Jodie McGuckin also on the scoresheet.
Leicester City Ladies meanwhile moved back into second place on the back of a 3-1 victory at Curzon Ashton thanks to Annie Rudkin, Eva Rogers and an own goal.
Leafield Athletic and Rotherham Utd occupy the next two positions after the teams battled out a 1-1 draw, Charlotte Hughes was on target for Leafield.
Leicester City Women got back to winning ways with a 4-1 victory over Mansfield Town, a result which moves them back into the top half of the table. All of the goals came in the second half, Holly Morgan giving Leicester the lead before further goals came from Kate Lowder, Kim Farrow and Summer Pratt.
Radcliffe Olympic are off the bottom of the table following their 3-2 win against Loughborough Students, Precious Hamilton netting twice with Catherine Jackson adding the other.
South East Combination
C & K Basildon have now gone four points clear at the top of the table after running out 4-1 winners away to Enfield Town courtesy of Nicola Carty, Hannah Porter, Carly Eagles and an own goal.
Denham Utd keep hold of second place despite suffering their first defeat of the season, 3-1 to improving Ebbsfleet Utd who are now in the top three. Louise Lorton netted twice for Fleet, with Alex Witham also on target.
Milton Keynes Dons are now the division's other unbeaten team but have drawn three of their four matches so far, the latest being a 1-1 scoreline shared with Cambridge Women. Heather McDonnell gave Dons the lead with Laura Baker earning Cambridge a point by netting the equaliser.
Natasha Snelling and Kate Parsons scored the goals as Norwich City emerged as 2-1 winners from the East Anglian derby match with Ipswich Town.
South West Combination
Forest Green Rovers continue to set the early pace and stay one point clear following their 5-0 victory over University of Portsmouth. Rosie Bidder was on target twice for Rovers and there was one apiece from Sammy Hallsworth, Charlotte King and Hannah Hale.
Swindon Town have got off to a good start and are in second place with two wins from two matches after they defeated Southampton Saints 3-1, given to them by an Eli Maynard brace and Michelle Rich.
Plymouth Argyle meanwhile produced a strong display in their 7-1 victory away to Larkhall Athletic. Emily Mousley led the scoring for Argyle with a four-goal haul and the tally was completed by Jodie Chubb, Mollie Taylor and an own goal.
Chichester City also recorded their first win of the season, 5-1 against Newquay. Abbey Shrubb hit a hat-trick for the Sussex side and she was joined on the scoresheet by Hollie Wride and Kirsty Willett.
Such is the tightness of the early matches in the league that the top seven teams in the table are all still unbeaten. These include Shanklin and Keynsham Development after they battled out a goalless draw.
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