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Mossley Hill have gone three points ahead following their 3-2 win away to Sheffield Utd Community. Carmen Triaono was on target twice and Megan Brodie added the other as the Merseyside club continue to try and stretch the pace.
Huddersfield Town are now second and have three games in hand on Mossley Hill after they defeated Middlesbrough 5-3. Town captain Kate Mallin had a great day in front of goal, scoring four times in all, with Emily Heckler also finding the net to help secure a vital win for her side.
Tranmere Rovers continue to finish the season well and they have leapfrogged Liverpool Feds into sixth place after winning their local derby clash 3-0. Rachel Davison, Lindsey Smith and Beth Woolley were all on the scoresheet as Tranmere recorded their fifth victory in a row.
Rae Taylor, Amy Kelly, Rachel Kay and Lisa Garbutt were all on the scoresheet for Chester-le-Street Town who were 4-0 victors away to Leeds City Vixens.
Wakefield registered their second league victory of the season and boosted their hopes of climbing off the bottom as they won 4-1 against Cheadle Heath Nomads. Danielle Middleton netted twice for the Yorkshire side along with Danielle Biglin and Laurie Millington.
Copsewood (Coventry) have dominated the league table all season and they confirmed themselves as Champions by beating Leicester City Ladies 3-2. Nicola Foskett netted two of the goals, including a late winner, with Kirstie Deacon also on target.
Only Leafield Athletic can prevent Leicester City Women from finishing as runners-up and those hopes took a huge knock as they went down to a 3-2 defeat at the hands of Mansfield Town, who scored through a Jemma Douglas brace and Georgina Unthank.
Row Davies was the heroine for Loughborough Foxes, scoring both goals as her side were 2-1 winners away to Solihull Ladies.
Curzon Ashton ended any lingering fears of finishing at the bottom as they defeated Radcliffe Olympic 6-1. Laura Garner and Louise McGilligan each hit doubles for Curzon, with Annie Simm and Emma Lambourne completing the tally.
South East Combination
C & K Basildon are back on top of the table once again after they ran out 5-0 winners over Ebbsfleet Utd. Jenny Brown-Wealls scored twice for C & K along with Claire Lacey, Sara Sinclair and Maegen Doyle.
Queen's Park Rangers received a setback as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Ipswich Town. Danielle Bitten and Michelle Allum were on target for Ipswich while Elly Maggs netted both goals for Rangers, who are two points behind C & K whilst possessing a game in hand.
Denham Utd climbed up into fourth place, thanks to a 2-0 success away to Cambridge Women with goals from Jo Torr and Lauren Cox.
Norwich City got back to winning ways with a 4-1 victory at Enfield Town, Chelsea Garrett scoring twice along with Anna Larkins and an own goal. The Canaries can still have a say in the title race but will probably need maximum points from their remaining games to stand any realistic chance.
Brentwood Town meanwhile won for the first time this season and are off the bottom at the expense of Luton Town after beating them 3-2. Sophie Lovell grabbed two of the goals for Brentwood, with Rachel Armstrong adding the other.
South West Combination
Swindon Town are still six points clear at the top following their 2-2 draw with Larkhall Athletic but it needed a late equaliser to keep their title hopes alive. Chynna Collings and Ellie Maynard scored the goals for Swindon, who are starting to run out of games, while Larkhall's strikes came from Lizzie Barratt and Kate German.
Plymouth Argyle stay second after notching up a 5-0 victory away to Southampton Saints. Ezme Wells scored twice for Argyle along with Emily Mousley, Laura Perrett and Rebekah Rose.
Helen Kukor hit a hat-trick and Tash Knapman weighed in with the other two goals as Exeter City maintained their recent winning run with a 5-2 success against Shanklin, which keeps them in third place.
Chichester City meanwhile suffered a setback to their challenge as they were beaten for the first time, 1-0 by Forest Green Rovers. The game was settled by a late penalty from Charlotte King for a win which takes her side back above City and into fourth place.
Newquay boosted their chances of climbing out of the bottom two by beating Keynsham Development 2-0.
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