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 Women's Football News 29 Nov 2013
Northern Combination
The top three in the table all recorded victories on Sunday, still led by Mossley Hill who were 3-1 winners over Huddersfield Town. Sophie Perry, Carla Lee and Carmen Troiano all found the net to keep the Merseyside club ahead on goal difference.
Stockport County got back to winning ways, scoring eight without reply away to Wakefield to keep themselves in second place behind Mossley Hill. Jeneyah Webb had an amazing day in front of goal, scoring seven times in total, with Bet Langford completing the tally.
Kathy Bonner, Olivia Millington, Sarah Berry and Natalie Parry were all on the scoresheet as Chorley ensured that they kept pace with the top two with a 4-0 victory at Leeds City Vixens.
Liverpool Feds and Middlesbrough are both in the top half after sharing a 2-2 draw. Faye Cummins and Rosie Havelin were on target for the Feds whilst in-form striker Nicky Duckling netted twice for 'Boro.
Cheadle Heath Nomads picked up an important point from a 3-3 draw with Chester-le-Street Town, whose goals came via a Rachel Winchester penalty, Nicole Goundry and Lisa Garbutt.
Tranmere Rovers moved out of the bottom three by beating Sheffield Utd Community 3-1, Danielle Sheen was on target twice along with Rachel Rigby. 
Midland Combination
Copsewood (Coventry) are starting to pull away from the other teams and their 3-0 victory at Curzon Ashton has taken them six points clear, with two games in hand over their nearest rivals. The first half ended goalless but 17-year-old Leah Williams came on as a second half substitute to score a hat-trick and tighten her side's grip on the title race.
Leafield Athletic and Leicester City Women battled out a 2-2 draw which did neither side a favour in their title challenges, although the result does move City into second place. Leigh Dugmore and Harriet Houghton netted for Leafield with City replying through a Katie Lowder penalty and Abbie Hinton.
Loughborough Students are just two points off second after running out 3-0 winners away to Mansfield Town. Avilla Bergin was on target twice for the students along with Fran Sullivan.
Row Davies and Kirsty Matthews scored the goals for Loughborough Foxes as they notched up a 2-1 victory at Radcliffe Olympic.
Solihull Ladies continue to improve and caught up ground on the teams immediately above them by beating Rotherham Utd 2-0. Jodie Lewis and Naomi Hunter both found the net to earn Solihull their second win of the season. 
South East Combination
The top of the table clash between C & K Basildon and Queen's Park Rangers finished in a goalless draw, which means that C & K hold on to the leadership by two points from Rangers who have a game in hand on the Essex side.
Milton Keynes Dons meanwhile moved into third place on the back of a 2-1 win away to Denham Utd. Jess Cutting and Emily Ingle scored the goals to give the Dons their fourth win in five matches.
Cambridge Women and Ipswich Town finished level at 2-2. Hannah Goodchild and Laura Baker were on the scoresheet for Cambridge whilst Amy Howlett netted both goals in reply for Ipswich.
Ebbsfleet Utd and Enfield Town battled out a 1-1 draw. Kelly Philpott scored for Fleet, with Enfield replying through Emma Thomas.
Brentwood Town picked up only their second point of the season when they shared six goals with Luton Town. Rebecca Kane bagged a brace and Danielle Borelli the other for Luton. 
South West Combination
Chichester City moved level on points with leaders Plymouth Argyle as they won 3-0 away to University of Portsmouth. Lauren Cheshire, Jenna Fowlie and Jade Widdowson netted the goals to move Chichester back into second place, with a game in hand on Argyle.
Forest Green Rovers climbed back into fourth place via a 1-0 success at Newquay, Ella Hitchcox scoring the only goal of the game.
The local derby between Keynsham Development and Larkhall Athletic finished in a 1-1 draw. Dana Hinton was on target for Keynsham and Kate German replied for Larkhall.
Shanklin moved back into a mid-table position after they defeated Southampton Saints 1-0.

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