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Three teams went into Sunday's games level on points at the top of the table and none of them recorded a victory. Mossley Hill remain in pole position following their 1-1 draw with Cheadle Heath Nomads, Shelly James scoring for the league leaders.
Stockport County stay in second place after they shared eight goals with Sheffield Utd Community. Chantelle Parry netted twice along with Jade O'Connor and Colette Garvey for Stockport, who were 4-1 down at one stage,
Chorley meanwhile were beaten 3-2 at home by Huddersfield Town, who are now just one point behind them in fourth place. Emily Heckler scored twice, including a second half winner, and Debbie Hastings added the other.
Liverpool Feds ensured they stayed well in the running by winning 2-1 away to Wakefield, a result which keeps them in fifth place.
Middlesbrough ran out 4-1 winners over Leeds City Vixens to put themselves in amongst the challengers. Nicky Duckling scored twice with Emily Scott and Sarah Manning also on target for 'Boro who are now just five points off the pace.
Tranmere Rovers made it three wins out of four matches when they edged out Chester-le-Street Town by the odd goal in seven. Kayleigh Goodwin, Lynn Carter, Danielle Sheen and Kate Horne all netted a goal apiece for the Birkenhead side.
Copsewood (Coventry) continue to look unstoppable at the top as they maintained their lead of six points with a 4-0 victory away to Mansfield Town. Sarah Rowles scored twice, including a second half penalty, with Jodie McGuckin and Abiyola Riley also on the scoresheet for Ryan Conneely's side.
Leicester City Women still head the chasing pack after they won 3-2 at Radcliffe Olympic. Katie Lowder netted from the penalty spot for the Foxes and they went on to add further goals through Fiona Worts and Rebecca Kemp.
Leicester City Ladies meanwhile defeated Loughborough Foxes 4-3 and are back in the top three. Kayleigh Hillier, Erica Kilby, Kyleigh Brant and an own goal ensured that City took three important points.
Leigh Dugmore was on target twice with Erin Flynn, Danni Peckover and Hayley Wilford joining her on the scoresheet as Leafield Athletic won 5-2 against Curzon Ashton to keep up their chase for a top two place.
Loughborough Students moved up to fifth and are above Rotherham Utd after beating them 2-1, despite Nat Shaw finding the net for the home side. Adele Sale and Levi Chambers-Cook were on target for the students.
South East Combination
The one remaining League Cup quarter final tie was played on Sunday and it was C & K Basildon who completed the last four line up when beating Ipswich Town 4-2. The teams had met and drawn 2-2 during the week in the league but goals from Claire Lacey, Zoe Rushen, Karissa Rodney and Hannah Porter gave Basildon victory and a tie in the semi finals against title rivals Queen's Park Rangers.
In the league, Norwich City kept up their interest in the title race with a 4-0 success away to Brentwood Town. Kate Parsons (2), Alanta Griffiths and Ellie Smith netted the goals for Norwich who can catch the top two by winning their games in hand.
Rebecca Scott was on target with the only goal of the game as Denham Utd beat Cambridge Women 1-0 to go up to fifth place.
Luton Town meanwhile shared a 1-1 draw with Enfield Town, Luton scoring through a deflected strike from debutant Erica Byron and Nuala McEvitt replied for Enfield.
South West Combination
Swindon Town still lead the way after they won 4-0 for the second successive week, this time against University of Portsmouth. Georgia Walters netted twice for Swindon along with Chynna Collings and Michelle Rich.
Chichester City are handily placed in second place, on point behind and with two games in hand, following their 3-1 victory over Keynsham Development. Jenna Fowlie, Hollie Wride and Chantelle Hedge were all on target for the Sussex side.
Forest Green Rovers recovered from their F.A.Women's Cup disappointment the previous week to put a huge dent in Plymouth Argyle's title challenge, beating them 3-2 thanks to a goal apiece from Sarah Stacey, Hannah Hale and Sam Hallsworth.
Larkhall Athletic complete the top five after they defeated Southampton Saints 4-2. Emily Harrington kept up good form in front of goal by netting twice for the second week in succession and there was one apiece from Kath Bessell and Mel Sartain.
Exeter City moved back into mid-table on the back of a 2-1 win against Newquay, Tash Knapman and Josie Copp scoring the goals for the Grecians.
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