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There was a change of leadership on Sunday with Chorley taking over at the top on goals scored with a 5-1 victory over Sheffield Utd Community. Natalie Parry kept up her good form in front of goal by netting a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Vicky Coope and Scarlett Smith.
Stockport County had started the day as leaders but are now in second place after they were beaten 2-1 by Middlesbrough. Nicky Duckling scored both goals to see 'Boro to their second victory over Stockport within a month, with Hanifa Douglas replying for County.
Mossley Hill moved themselves to within three points of the leaders as they defeated Wakefield 5-0. Carla Lee and Kaisha Sohl each scored twice for the in-form Merseysiders, Holly Parkinson adding the other goals.
Liverpool Feds and Chester-le-Street Town occupy the next two places after the sides shared a 2-2 draw. Rae Taylor was on target twice for the Cestrians, including one from a free kick, in reply to the Feds' strikes from Caroline Foy and Chantelle Thompson.
Tranmere Rovers ended an unwanted run of five straight defeats when they battled out a goalless draw with Leeds City Vixens, a result which keeps them one point behind the Yorkshire side.
Copsewood (Coventry) are back on top of the table and lead by a point, with two games in hand, after they shared a 0-0 draw with Leafield Athletic. Indeed, Copsewood had goalkeeper Nikki Duncan to thank as she saved a first half penalty to ensure their unbeaten record remained intact.
Loughborough Students continue their charge up the table and are up into third place after they scored seven without reply past Radcliffe Olympic. Siobhan Eastham and Laura Williams netted two goals apiece with Alice Kempski, Adele Sale and Hayley James also getting on the scoresheet for the in-form students.
Natalie Shaw scored twice and Amy Pollock the other as Rotherham Utd got back to winning ways with a 3-1 victory over Leicester City Ladies, a result which takes them into fifth place.
Loughborough Foxes remain handily placed just behind the leading sides following their 3-1 win against Solihull Ladies. Rebecca Magdin scored the first and the second was an own goal, before Row Davies sealed the points from a free kick.
South East Combination
After going down to their first defeat of the season seven days earlier, C & K Basildon made a swift return to winning form as they defeated Brentwood Town 5-0. Zoe Rushen, Jenny Brown-Wealls, Steph Stephanou, Sarah Sinclair and Nicola Carty were all on target for the league leaders who now head the table by five points.
Queen's Park Rangers meanwhile lifted themselves up to second place with a 4-0 victory away to Enfield Town in the only other game to survive the weather. Katie Wilding netted twice for Rangers with Sarah Staples and Laura Cooper adding the others.
South West Combination
Plymouth Argyle maintained their lead of three points by winning 4-0 against Newquay courtesy of Emily Mousley, Laura Perrett, Rebekah Rose and an own goal.
Chichester City made sure of staying hard on Plymouth's heels as they defeated Forest Green Rovers 4-2. Abbey Shrubb scored twice along with Lauren Cheshire and Kally Ambler, Charlotte King and an own goal replying.
Swindon Town are up in third place, their highest position of the season so far, following their 4-1 win away to Exeter City. Chynna Collings bagged a brace with the others coming from Beth Thompson and Ellen Maynard.
Natasha Miller, Carly Bryant and Carly Symons were on the scoresheet as Larkhall Athletic made it three wins on the trot, edging out Shanklin by the odd goal in five and they are now fourth.
Southampton Saints continue to improve and notched up their second win in successive weeks, 6-1 against Keynsham Development. All of the Saints' goals came in the last half hour and six different players got on the scoresheet with Amber Siley, Georgina Axton, Kat Littleboy, Leah Shave, Lucy Harper and Krystal Whyte all netting one apiece.
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