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Mossley Hill are set to lead the table going into the holiday break after they defeated Middlesbrough 4-2 to go three points clear at the top. Carla Lee notched a brace with Kaisha Sohl and Megan Brodie adding the others as Mossley avenged their defeat to 'Boro earlier in the season.
Tranmere Rovers are starting to climb the table and are just outside of the top half following their 4-0 success away to Sheffield Utd Community, their fourth victory in five matches, goals coming from Becky Smith, Kate McDonnell, Danielle Sheen and an own goal.
In the one match to be played in the league on Sunday, Loughborough Students battled out a 2-2 draw with Leicester City Women which leaves the sides in fourth and second place respectively. Adele Sale and Alice Kempski were on target for the students, while City replied through Katie Lowder and Jade Formaston.
South East Combination
C & K Basildon stormed back to the top of the table by scoring nine without reply against Luton Town. Jenny Brown-Wealls and Nicola Carty each hit doubles and the tally was completed by Charlie Dolby, Sara Sinclair, Karissa Rodney, Amy Nash and Zoe Rushen.
Milton Keynes Dons kept themselves in the title race as they ran out 5-0 winners over Brentwood Town, their fourth league victory in a row. Leah Cudone, Heather McDonnell, Emily Mann, Eden Washington and Ellie Butterwick were all on the scoresheet to help keep the Dons in third place.
Norwich City have still dropped less points than any of their rivals at present and they maintained this record by beating Cambridge Women 2-1, Kate Parsons and Chelsea Garrett scoring their goals.
South West Combination
Chichester City have gone top of the league for the first time this season following their 4-2 victory away to Newquay. Hollie Wride and Kally Ambler each scored twice to see the Sussex side replace Swindon Town as leaders.
Forest Green Rovers are up into third place, four points off the pace, after scoring seven times without reply away to University of Portsmouth. Sam Hallsworth bagged a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Annie Martin, Sarah Stacey and Charlotte King with an own goal completing the tally.
Keynsham Development and Shanklin meanwhile battled out a 1-1 draw which leaves both teams hovering around the mid-table positions. Dana Hinton netted for Keynsham, with Shanklin replying through Danielle Merryfield.
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