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 Women's Football News 4 Oct 2013
 
Northern Combination
Stockport County hold onto the leadership of the Northern Combination despite going down to their second defeat in succession, 3-2 at home to Middlesbrough. Kenzie Parkes, Emily Scott - from the penalty spot - and Ebony Housam were 'Boro's markswomen. Colette Garvey, also via a penalty, and Lucy Lutton replied for leaders Stockport.
 
Second placed Chester-le-Street were unable to take advantage of Stockport's loss as they were also beaten, 3-0 by Liverpool Feds for whom Levi Wensley scored a hat-trick.
 
Huddersfield Town moved themselves to within one point of the top of the table after running out 5-0 winners over Tranmere Rovers. Debbie Hastings and Kate Mallin each netted twice for Town, whose other scorer was Abbie Mullen.
 
Chorley complete a trio of clubs bunching up behind Stockport after returning from Wakefield with a 4-1 victory under their belts. Scarlett Smith hit a double for the Lancashire side along with Carmen Troiano and Vicky Coope.
 
Mossley Hill meanwhile kept up their fast improving form by scoring seven without reply against Cheadle Heath Nomads. Kaisha Sohl and Sophie Perry each scored twice for Mossley along with Liz Baird, Carla Lee and Holly Parkinson.
 
Fran Hall and Kathryn Smith grabbed the all-important goals as Leeds City Vixens won 2-1 away to local rivals Sheffield Utd Community. 
 
Midland Combination
Copsewood (Coventry) continue to set the pace at the top of the table and made it five wins out of six when beating Rotherham Utd 1-0. Melissa Young scored the only goal of the game shortly before half time to inflict a first defeat on Rotherham and keep Copsewood two points clear at the top, with two games in hand.
 
Leicester City Ladies now head the chasing teams after they defeated Radcliffe Olympic 3-1 courtesy of strikes from Amanda Whalley, Sarah Burbidge and Eva Rogers.
 
Leafield Athletic had moved into second place with a win in midweek but on Sunday they were held to a 2-2 draw by Loughborough Foxes. Row Davies and Jodie White were on the mark for the Foxes whilst Hayley Wilford netted twice in reply for Leafield.
 
Leicester City Women follow on in fourth after they won 2-1 away to Curzon Ashton, Abbie Hinton and Fiona Worts scoring their goals.
 
Loughborough Students meanwhile rounded off a great week for themselves by recording their third straight victory in eight days, 2-1 against Solihull Ladies with Avilla Bergin scoring both goals. 
 
South East Combination
C & K Basildon are starting to pull away from their nearest rivals and have gone six points clear following their 2-0 win away to Ebbsfleet Utd. Charlie Dolby and Nicola Carty were on the scoresheet for the Essex side who now have six wins from their six games.
 
Norwich City climbed up into second place on the back of a 3-2 victory over Denham Utd. Emily Lewin, Chelsea Garrett and Kate Parsons netted the goals to help Norwich keep up their recent run of good form.
 
Louise Bennett bagged a brace and Nuala McEvitt was also on target as Enfield Town moved into the top four by winning 3-0 at Brentwood Town.
 
Ipswich Town claimed their first victory of the season when beating Milton Keynes Dons by the only goal of the game, scored by Danielle Bitten.
 
After losing their opening three games, Luton Town registered their first points of the season with a 3-2 win away to Cambridge Women and are off the bottom of the table. Natalie Richardson scored twice for Luton against her former club, with Lauren Goodier also on target. 
 
South West Combination
With Forest Green Rovers not having a game, Plymouth Argyle replaced them at the top of the table by winning 4-2 at Shanklin. Chloe Bassett and Emily Mousley ensured that Plymouth led by two goals at the break but in a thrilling match, Shanklin hit back with Rowan Treagus and Susan Cullen levelling the scores, however a late rally saw Argyle get over the line with Laura Perrett and a Becca Rose penalty seeing them home.
 
Chichester City are level on points with leaders Argyle after matching them with their third successive victory, 5-0 over University of Portsmouth. Lauren Cheshire, Lucie Challen, Hollie Wride, Abbey Shrubb and Georgina Starkey all scored a goal apiece for the Sussex side.
 
Chyna Collings was on target twice, with Michelle Rich and Beth Thompson joining her on the scoresheet for Swindon Town as they got back to winning ways with a 4-1 success against Keynsham Development.
 
Exeter City won by the odd goal in five over Southampton Saints, who are still searching their first points of the season. Tasha Knapman, Helen Kukor and Catherine Wright were all on target for the Devon side.
 
Larkhall Athletic lifted themselves up into a mid-table position as they defeated Newquay 2-1 thanks to goals from Lizzie Barratt and Kelly Cripps.

 
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