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Stockport County have restored their three point lead after they defeated third placed Huddersfield Town 5-0. All of the goals came in the first half, Lucy Lutton scoring twice along with Jeneyah Webb, Geo France and Bet Langford.
Christina Skull, Kim Brown and Ami Buzzeo were all on the scoresheet for Sheffield Utd Community as they ran out 3-0 winners over Cheadle Heath Nomads. United currently sit in eighth place in the table but such is the closeness of the league, they are only eight points behind leaders Stockport.
Tranmere Rovers moved themselves out of the bottom three places, thanks to an excellent 3-0 victory away to Chester-le-Street Town, who would have gone second had they won the game. Rachel Rigby was on target twice for Tranmere along with Denise Campbell.
Copsewood (Coventry) now head the table by two points following an 8-3 victory away to Rotherham Utd. Prolific striker Nicola Foskett bagged a first half hat-trick and went on to find the net five times in all, with Misty Makinde, Sarah Rowles and Leona McCook also getting on the scoresheet. Amy Pollock, Jess Birtles and Jade Rabjohn all replied for Rotherham.
Leafield Athletic meanwhile replaced Leicester City Women in second place by beating them 1-0, Leigh Dugmore scoring the only goal of the game.
Loughborough Foxes remain in the running after scoring six without reply against Mansfield Town, a result which takes them into the top three. Jodie White hit a hat-trick for the Foxes, Anna Renken added a brace and Lyndsey Tugby completed the tally.
Leicester City Ladies currently occupy fourth place, just three points behind leaders Copsewood albeit having played two games more, after they won 4-2 away to Solihull Ladies who are still searching for their first league victory.
Radcliffe Olympic and Curzon Ashton battled out a 2-2 draw, Taryn Hearn and Chrissie Brewer netting for Radcliffe with Curzon replying through Emma Lambourne and Katie Winder.
South East Combination
C & K Basildon continue to stretch the pace at the top and they maintained their lead of five points when they defeated Cambridge Women 3-2. Carly Eagles, Amy Nash and Charlie Dolby scored the goals to give Basildon their eighth win in nine matches.
Stacey Sowden netted twice and Gemma Rudman added the other as Queen's Park Rangers made sure of keeping up the pace in second place, thanks to a 3-0 victory over Milton Keynes Dons.
One other game was started on Sunday but did not finish, the match between Denham Utd and Enfield Town was abandoned after just sixteen minutes of play with Denham leading 1-0, due to a heavy thunderstorm which caused a waterlogged pitch.
South West Combination
No change at the top on Sunday with leaders Plymouth Argyle winning 3-0 away to Keynsham Development. Emily Mousley bagged a hat-trick inside the opening 25 minutes to help see Argyle on their way to their sixth win on the trot and maintain their advantage over their nearest rivals.
Chichester City stay three points off the pace after coming from behind to beat Larkhall Athletic 3-2. The Larks led 2-1 at one stage through strikes from Lizzie Barratt and Kate German but an Abbey Shrubb hat-trick, including a thunderbolt strike for the winning goal, ensured that the unbeaten Sussex side claimed victory.
Swindon Town kept in touch the leading sides as they defeated Shanklin 5-0. Michelle Rich netted twice for Swindon, once from the penalty spot, along with Chyna Collings, Beth Thompson and Laura McGlone who scored her first senior goal.
Newquay are out of the bottom two as they picked up their second victory of the season, 3-0 against University of Portsmouth, who remain at the foot of the table. Jess Longworth, Grace Liddicoat and Lucy Bounsall were all on target for the Cornish side.
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