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League leaders Stockport County saw their fast start to the season halted by Mossley Hill, who defeated them 3-0. Stacey McMahon scored twice for the Merseysiders and she was joined on the scoresheet by Kaisha Sohl to seal an excellent victory for their side.
Chester-le-Street Town seized the opportunity to narrow the gap on Stockport to a single point as they scored five without reply away to Wakefield. Rachel Kay and Laura Finch each bagged doubles for the Cestrians, whose other goal came from Haley English.
Alice Linsell and Kate Mallin netted the goals for third placed Huddersfield Town as they returned to winning ways with a 2-1 success at Tranmere Rovers.
Chorley meanwhile edged out Middlesbrough by the odd goal in seven and are now just four points off the pace. Natalie Parry scored a late winning goal for the Lancashire side to add to earlier strikes from Vicky Coope (2) and Steph Ashton.
Sheffield Utd Community returned from Cheadle Heath Nomads with a 2-1 win under their belts, ending the home side's hopes of a third successive victory.
Liverpool Feds strengthened their position in the top half of the table, thanks to a 2-0 victory away to Leeds City Vixens given to them by goals from Levi Wensley and Chantelle Thompson.
Copsewood (Coventry) are now two points ahead in the table despite seeing their 100% record come to an end as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Radcliffe Olympic. Precious Hamilton and Nat Robinson twice gave Radcliffe the lead with Copsewood hitting back on each occasion through Sarah Harvey and Nicola Foskett, who equalised with five minutes remaining.
The league's other unbeaten team, Rotherham Utd, are up into second place following their 2-1 success away to Leicester City Women.
Loughborough Foxes have got off to a good start and are now in fourth after beating Mansfield Town 3-1. Jodie White, Lyndsey Tugby and Vicky Brackenbury were all on target for the Foxes.
Louise McGilligan scored both goals for her side as Curzon Ashton claimed a 2-1 victory over Solihull Ladies, who are still seeking their first league victory of the season.
Loughborough Students won for only the second time this season but it was a notable 4-0 triumph away to Leafield Athletic. Hayley James, Alice Thackray, Laura Williams and Adele Sale netted the goals for the students.
South East Combination
Sammie Miller grabbed the only goal of the game as Enfield Town edged out Denham Utd 1-0 to book their place in the quarter finals of the League Cup.
Ipswich Town are also in the last eight following their 3-1 success away to Luton Town, given to them by goals from Rosi Webb, Michelle Allum and Lindsey Smith.
Queen's Park Rangers meanwhile stormed through on the back of a 6-1 victory over Brentwood Town. Laura Cooper and Kasha Petit each scored twice, with one apiece from Sarah Staples and Zemeka Clarke.
South West Combination
Forest Green Rovers lead the table by two points after they notched up their third win in four matches, 6-3 against Keynsham Development. Annie Martin scored a hat-trick for Forest Green with the other goals coming from Jodie Shepherd, Hannah Hale and Sarah Stacey.
Plymouth Argyle meanwhile netted five without reply past Exeter City in their local derby and are up into second place. Jodie Chubb gave Argyle an early lead before Emily Mousley added a brace before the break, Becca Rose adding the fourth from the penalty spot and Laura Perrett completing the scoring.
Chichester City are also handily placed and still unbeaten following their 5-2 success away to Southampton Saints. Lauren Cheshire hit a hat-trick for City with Abbey Shrubb contributing the other two goals.
University of Portsmouth picked up their first victory of the season, 1-0 against Shanklin with Paige Seeley scoring the only goal of the game.
Newquay were another team to register their first points after they defeated Swindon Town 3-1. Becky Atkins, Lucy Bounsall and Katy Barker were all on the scoresheet for the Cornish side.
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