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After having lost their previous two games, Stockport County got their campaign back on track with a 6-3 victory over Chester-le-Street Town in the top of the table clash, which keeps them one point ahead. Jeneyah Webb, Chantelle Parry and Jade Malpus all scored twice for Stockport.
Huddersfield Town took the opportunity to replace Chester-le-Street in second place by scoring six without reply against Sheffield Utd Community. Emily Heckler led the scoring for Town with a four-goal haul and she was joined on the scoresheet by Abbie Mullen and Debbie Hastings.
Chorley are back into the top three after sharing a 2-2 draw with fast improving Liverpool Feds. Jade Collins and Levi Wensley gave the Feds a two-goal lead at the break but Chorley battled back in the second half, Natalie Parry scoring twice to earn them a share of the spoils.
Mossley Hill are another of the division's form teams and they cemented themselves in the top half of the table by winning 3-1 away to Leeds City Vixens, given to them by goals from Kaisha Sohl, Eve McNally and Megan Brodie.
Danielle Scarr and Sarah Manning netted the goals as Middlesbrough moved themselves up the table with a 2-1 victory over Wakefield, whose early season struggles continue.
Copsewood (Coventry) swept into the semi finals of the League Cup with a 4-0 success away to Curzon Ashton. Rebecca Knight opened the scoring for Copsewood and Sarah Harvey added a second before half time, they won on to seal the win with further strikes from Sarah Rowles and Hannah Jones.
Solihull Ladies are still searching for their first win in the league but they also progressed into the last four, thanks to a 3-2 victory against Mansfield Town. Joanne Pointon, Danielle Kington and Rosie Slade netted the goals for Solihull.
Loughborough Students became the third team to book a place in the semi finals following their 2-1 win over Leicester City Ladies, courtesy of a brace of goals from Adele Sale.
One match was played in the league on Sunday and it resulted in a change of leadership. Leicester City Women swept to a 7-2 victory at Rotherham Utd which sees them climb above Copsewood (Coventry) on goal difference. Kim Farrow and Kate Lowder each netted hat-tricks with Fiona Worts adding the other goal.
South East Combination
C & K Basildon's winning start to the season was halted when they went down 4-1 away to second placed Norwich City, who have halved the deficit on the leaders to three points.
Queen's Park Rangers are a further two points behind in third place following their 7-1 victory over Ipswich Town. Stacey Sowden was on target four times, Katie Wilding weighed in with a brace and Sarah Staples netted the other goal.
Denham Utd meanwhile lifted themselves back into the top four on the back of a 4-1 win at Brentwood Town. Sarah Lovett, Lauren Cox, Vicky Elliott and Laura Holbrook scored the goals for the newly promoted side.
Milton Keynes Dons ended Enfield Town's recent improved form by beating them 2-1, thanks to goals from Jess Cutting and Charly Wright.
Cambridge Women meanwhile picked up their second victory of the season as they edged out Ebbsfleet Utd by the odd goal in five. Nuala Wayne gave Cambridge the lead and they went on to seal the win with further strikes from Sarah Mosley and Sophie Thompson.
South West Combination
Plymouth Argyle have opened up a lead of three points at the top of the table following a 2-1 victory against Swindon Town. Emily Mousley and Chloe Bassett put Argyle two goals in front but they had to hang on in the dying minutes after Ellen Maynard had pulled a goal back for Swindon.
Forest Green Rovers meanwhile went down to their first defeat of the season when they were beaten 4-3 by Southampton Saints. Krystal Whyte scored twice for the Saints with the others coming from Leah Shave and Lucy Harper.
Exeter City made it three wins from four games with a 5-2 success away to Keynsham Development. Helen Kukor was on target twice for the Devon side along with Lola Sanchez, Vicky Barter and Catherine Wright.
Larkhall Athletic consolidated themselves in sixth place with their second win in successive weeks, 3-0 against University of Portsmouth. Carly Symons gave the Larks a first half lead and they went on to add further goals through Michelle Munro and Emily Harrington.
Shanklin are also in mid-table after they defeated Newquay by the only goal of the game. Rowan Treagus was on target to give the Isle of Wight side their second victory of the season and make the long trip home a happy one.
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