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Mossley Hill are up into fourth place, their highest ever position, following their 3-0 victory over Sheffield Utd Community. Charly Bebbington, Kaisha Sohl and Sophie Perry scored the goals to leave Mossley just three points behind the leaders.
After twelve straight defeats, it turned out to be lucky thirteen for Wakefield as they registered their first points of the season with a 5-2 win against Cheadle Heath Nomads.
Copsewood (Coventry) have extended their lead to three points after scoring seven without reply against Curzon Ashton. Nicola Foskett led the scoring with a hat-trick and joining her on target were Natalie Dean, Becki Knight, Melissa Young and Misty Makinde.
Leicester City Ladies meanwhile replaced Leafield Athletic in second place in the table by beating them 1-0, Sarah Burbridge scoring the only goal of the game late on.
Loughborough Students got back to winning ways in the league and their 6-1 success against Mansfield Town has taken them back into fifth. Avilla Bergin netted a brace and also on the scoresheet for the students were Laura Williams, Jodie Allard, Teighlor Pengelley and Adele Sale.
Rotherham Utd were involved in yet another high scoring match at home and this time they were on the better side of things as they defeated Loughborough Foxes 7-4. Natalie Shaw scored four times, Amy Pollock added two and Shannon Brooks the other for Rotherham whose injury woes were added to with Brooks needing an operation. They already have Bianca Ross, Sarah Saxon and Jemma White out until 2014. There have been at least four goals in six of Rotherham's seven home games this season, the other a 0-0 draw against Curzon Ashton when both teams did everything but score.
South East Combination
Queen's Park Rangers went through to the semi finals of the League Cup with a 3-0 victory over Ebbsfleet Utd. All of the goals came in the first half, Sophie Fogarty adding to her hat-trick seven days earlier by adding another two and Stacey Sowden was also on target.
The win sets up a potential 'top of the table' clash in the last four as they will face the winners of the tie between C & K Basildon and Ipswich Town was postponed.
Norwich City meanwhile booked their place in the semi finals by scoring eight without reply past Milton Keynes Dons.
Norwich's next opponents will be Enfield Town who ran out 4-0 winners away to Cambridge Women. Regan Coleman, Vicky Lewis, Nuala Mcevitt and Emma Thomas all netted a goal apiece to see Enfield through.
South West Combination
Only one match managed to survive the weather in the league on Sunday and it saw Forest Green Rovers win 3-1 at Swindon Town to repeat their victory over the Wiltshire side in the F.A.Women's Cup seven days earlier. Ella Hitchcox gave Forest Green the lead and they went on to add further goals through Charlotte King and Sarah Stacey.
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