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Mossley Hill have gone top of the league for the first time in their history after beating former leaders Stockport County 4-1. Sophie Perry scored twice along with Megan Brodie and Carmen Troiano, Jeneyah Webb replying for Stockport, taking the Merseyside club ahead of Stockport and Chorley on goal difference, with Huddersfield a single point behind the top three.
Leicester City Ladies were unable to take an opportunity to go level on points with leaders Copsewood (Coventry) when they were beaten 2-0 at home by Rotherham Utd, who found the net through Charlie Evans and Grace Birchall.
Leicester City Women are now a further point adrift in third place after scoring eight without reply past Mansfield Town. Fiona Worts spearheaded the win with a hat-trick, Abbie Hinton and Katie Lowder each weighed in with doubles and an own goal completed the tally.
South East Combination
C & K Basildon maintained their lead of two points at the top of the table, thanks to a 2-1 victory against Enfield Town. Carly Eagles and Sarah Sinclair netted the goals to give the Essex side their ninth win in eleven matches.
Queen's Park Rangers made sure of staying on C & K's heels by netting seven times against Luton Town. Stacey Sowden bagged a brace and she was joined on the scoresheet by Katie Wilding, Elly Maggs, Seun Odeniyi, Sarah Staples and Gemma Rudman (see match report). The top two are set to meet each other this Sunday in a vital clash.
Denham Utd continue to do well in their first season in the league and their 1-1 draw against Ebbsfleet Utd keeps them in fourth place. Harriet Kim was on target for Denham, with Fleet replying through Louise Lorton.
Cambridge Women lifted themselves back into mid-table with a 2-0 success away to Brentwood Town. Sophie Thompson and Bethan Jones scored the goals for Kevin Hoover's side.
South West Combination
League leaders Plymouth Argyle went down to their first defeat of the season when they were beaten 2-1 by Newquay. Corinne Potts gave Newquay the lead on the half hour from the penalty spot and although Emily Mousley equalised for Argyle early in the second half, Potts sealed an important win for the Cornish side with her second goal, via a 30-yard free kick.
Swindon Town are up into second place after winning a tightly contested game 1-0 against Larkhall Athletic, Georgia Walters scoring the only goal of the game.
Exeter City and Keynsham Development meanwhile battled out a 1-1 draw. Vicky Barter was Exeter's markswoman and Dana Hinton replied for Keynsham.
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