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Huddersfield Town require five points from their last four matches after a 6-0 victory away to Sheffield Utd Community took them to the top of the table. Debbie Hastings and Kate Mallin each netted twice for Huddersfield and they were joined on the scoresheet by Alarna Fuller and Katie Nutter.
Mossley Hill's hopes took a severe blow as they went down to a 1-0 defeat at Chester-le-Street Town. Rae Taylor scored the only goal of the game to leave Mossley Hill level on points with leaders Huddersfield but with only one match left to play.
Chorley kept their chances alive on the back of a 3-1 win over Stockport County, whose challenge is now surely over. Vicky Coope, Sam Cadwallader and Olivia Millington scored the goals for Chorley during the first half, after Stockport had taken an early lead.
Middlesbrough got back to winning ways with a 4-2 success away to Wakefield. Jasmine McNaught, Sarah Manning, Nicky Duckling and Jenni Duffy scored the goals to help secure 'Boro in fifth place.
Liverpool Feds returned into the top half after edging out Leeds City Vixens by the odd goal in seven, thanks to an Eve McNally brace and others from Rosie Havelin and Jade Collins.
Newly crowned Champions Copsewood (Coventry) continue on their winning ways and have now pulled ten points clear after beating Radcliffe Olympic 5-1. Rebecca Knight had a great day in front of goal for Copsewood as she hit a hat-trick, with Hannah Jones adding the other two.
Leicester City Women meanwhile guaranteed themselves the runners-up position with a 4-0 victory over Loughborough Foxes. Kim Farrow was on target twice for City along with Katie Lowder and Abbie Hinton.
Leafield Athletic can still earn themselves a top three finish if they win their remaining games and they remain on course following a 2-0 win away to Curzon Ashton, Charlotte Hughes and Jess Lippiatt scoring their goals.
South East Combination
The battle for the title hotted up on Sunday with Queen's Park Rangers defeating Brentwood Town 5-0 to return themselves to the top of the table. Sophie Fogarty opened the scoring for the R's before Kasha Petit and Katie Wilding added two further goals apiece.
Denham Utd and Enfield Town went into their meeting looking for a win which would return them to third place but instead they finished level at 1-1. Alissa Down was on target for Denham, with Enfield replying through Claire Gooch.
Luton Town picked up an important point which takes them off the bottom when sharing a 3-3 draw with Ipswich Town. Michelle Allum netted twice and Amanda Everett the other as Ipswich drew for the eighth time this season whilst Luton's goals came via a Lauren Goodier brace and 16-year-old Erica Byron, who scored her first goal for the club.
Cambridge Women put a halt to a run of five straight defeats with a 4-0 victory over Ebbsfleet Utd. Emma Jenkins opened the scoring, followed by second half strikes from Laura Bright and Kim Motley as well as an own goal.
South West Combination
Two of the title hopefuls met each other on Sunday and the honours were shared with Chichester City and Exeter City battling out a 2-2 draw. Hollie Wride netted both goals for Chichester whilst Exeter scored through Marika Ghiglia and Tash Knapman.
Forest Green Rovers still have an outside chance of challenging and kept their faint hopes alive by beating Keynsham Development 5-2. Sarah Stacey was on target twice for Forest Green along with Sam Hallsworth, Charlotte King and Ella Hitchcox.
Larkhall Athletic moved closer to securing themselves a top six finish in their first season in the league after a 2-1 victory over Shanklin, given to them by goals from Lizzie Barratt and Michelle Munro.
Southampton Saints claimed their second victory over Newquay in recent weeks when they defeated the Cornish side 4-0. Becki Bath, Eilidh Currie and Krystal Whyte all scored for the Saints along with an own goal.
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