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Mossley Hill are continuing to stretch the pace at the top of the table, running out 5-2 winners away to Wakefield. Sophie Perry bagged a hat-trick for the Merseysiders and the other goals came from Kaisha Sohl and Carmen Triaono.
Chorley have moved back into second place after defeating Chester-le-Street Town 1-0. Kay Unsworth scored the only goal of the game to keep her side one point off the pace.
Huddersfield Town remain very well placed in third and further underlined their challenge by scoring six times without reply away to Liverpool Feds. Emily Heckler and Kate Mallin each hit doubles for Huddersfield along with Debbie Hastings and an own goal.
Leeds City Vixens are out of the bottom three at the expense of Sheffield Utd Community after beating them 1-0, courtesy of a strike from Charlotte Thomas.
Whilst Copsewood (Coventry) were on F.A.Women's Cup duty, their lead was trimmed to a single point by Leicester City Women who won 2-0 against Loughborough Students, Fiona Worts netting both goals. However Copsewood still have at least five games in hand on their rivals and they need just six points from their final seven games to put themselves in an unassailable position.
Rotherham Utd meanwhile leapt back into the top three on the back of a 5-1 victory ver Mansfield Town. Jade Rabjohn, Megan Wilson, Grace Birchall, Nat Shaw and an own goal saw Rotherham pick up the points in their final league match of the season, Mansfield's consolation also being an own goal.
Radcliffe Olympic remain at the foot of the table after they went down to a 5-2 defeat at the hands of Leafield Athletic. Leigh Dugmore and Jess Lippiatt each netted twice for Leafield, whose other goal came from Donna Hawkins.
Mel Reid and Anna Renken were on the scoresheet for Loughborough Foxes as they notched up a 2-0 win away to Curzon Ashton.
South East Combination
Queen's Park Rangers held on to top spot and brought the remaining hopes of Norwich City to a virtual end by beating them 5-0. Sophie Fogarty led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Kasha Petit and Stacey Sowden.
C & K Basildon made sure of keeping pace with Rangers by recording an equally impressive victory, 3-0 at third placed Milton Keynes Dons. Jenny Brown-Wealls scored twice for C & K, one from the penalty spot, and she was joined on the scoresheet by Karissa Rodney.
Enfield Town will have their sights set on another top three finish following their 3-0 win against Ebbsfleet Utd. Louise Bennett was on target twice along with Regan Coleman.
Brentwood Town have given themselves a bit of hope of climbing off the bottom by picking up a valuable point from a 1-1 draw with Denham Utd. Rebecca Scott was on target for Denham, who have gone up to fifth.
South West Combination
Plymouth Argyle emerged as 3-1 winners over Swindon Town in the top of the table clash on Sunday. Emily Mousley scored twice and Rebekah Rose added the other from the penalty spot to settle a keenly fought contest which was full of good football and a credit to both teams, a good advert for the women's game.
Exeter City are up into the top three following a crushing 15-1 victory against University of Portsmouth. Tash Knapman had a great day in front of goal, netting six times in total, whilst Helen Kukor weighed in with a further five. Carla Staddon contributed a brace and the tally was completed by Lola Sanchez and an own goal.
Chichester City made sure of keeping well in contention by beating Larkhall Athletic 4-0. Abbey Shrubb opened the scoring for City and they went on to seal the win thanks to Hollie Wride, Jenna Fowlie and an own goal.
Newquay made the long, long trip to the Isle of Wight and did not return empty handed, recording an important point as they held home side Shanklin to a goalless draw.
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