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Chorley take over leadership
 Women's Football News 9 Sep 2014
Northern Division One
Chorley replaced Guiseley AFC Vixens at the top of the table after beating them 2-1. Scarlett Smith scored a superb individual goal for the Lancashire side in the opening minute and Guiseley hit back to equalise on the stroke of half time through Rebecca Kendell, before a closely fought and entertaining match was settled when Sam Cadwallader grabbed the winning goal with twenty minutes remaining.
Mossley Hill recovered from a midweek setback to move back into third place with a 2-1 victory over Sheffield Utd Community. Kaisha Sohl and Sheree Thompson were both on target for Mossley with Dionne Lawton replying.
Liverpool Marshalls Feds meanwhile picked up their second victory in a week when Lyndsay Longhurst scored the only goal of the game against Norton & Stockton Ancients.
Middlesbrough picked up their first point of the season from a 1-1 draw with Tranmere Rovers, who are unbeaten in their opening two games. Kate Horne gave Tranmere a first half lead which was cancelled out on the hour mark by Jenni Duffy for 'Boro.
Leeds Ladies and Chester-le-Street occupy the mid-table positions after the sides battled out a 2-2 draw. Hannah Campbell and Shelbey Morris were on target for Leeds, while the Cestrians responded through Rachel Kay and Nichole Harvey. 
Midlands Division One
Loughborough Foxes are the new leaders of Midlands Division One following their 3-0 win against FC Reedswood. Vicky Brackenbury, Melissa Reid and Lindsey Tugby scored the goals to see the Foxes go one point clear at the top of the table.
Rotherham Utd had started the day at the summit but are now in second place following their 2-1 reverse away to Solihull Ladies, for whom Hayley Wilford and Jodie Lewis were on target.
Leafield Athletic moved up to third by beating Mansfield Town 2-1 courtesy of a Donna Roberts penalty and Leigh Dugmore, with Mansfield's consolation coming from Daisy Pridden.
Radcliffe Olympic are the now the only team left in the division still sporting a 100% record after Danni Saulter hit a hat-trick, with Beth Bailey and Cat Jackson adding the others, in their 5-2 victory over Curzon Ashton. Anna Genders and Jennifer Mason replied for Curzon.
Leicester City Women took the honours with a narrow 1-0 success from the local derby clash with Leicester City Ladies. Rosie Axten scored the only goal of the game with sixteen minutes remaining to give her side their second win in four days.
Steel City Wanderers and Loughborough Students meanwhile finished level at 1-1. Paris Wagstaff was on the scoresheet for the Steels, while the students' reply came from Eva Rogers. 
South East Division One
Crystal Palace have continued their storming start and lead the table after the opening three matches, thanks to a 4-2 success away to Ipswich Town. Alex Elson, Jenny Kikomeko, Jade McPhun and Roschelle Shakes were all on target to keep their side on maximum points.
C & K Basildon kept themselves level on points with Crystal Palace with a 2-1 win at Denham Utd, which was given to them by Amy Nash and Sara Sinclair.
Cambridge Women recorded their second win of the week and this has lifted them up into third place. Charlotte Crisp netted a goal in each half to earn Steve Edwards' side a 2-0 victory over previously unbeaten Luton Town.
Milton Keynes Dons meanwhile lifted themselves up the table, thanks to a 2-1 victory away to Enfield Town. Chloe Smith and Lauren Goodier both scored for the Dons with Enfield replying through Lorraine Mason. 
South West Division One
The top two teams in the table have opened up a six point gap over third place after both recorded their third straight wins on Sunday. They did swap places with Swindon Town assuming the leadership after a fine 3-0 win away to Chichester City. Megan Attenborough gave Swindon a first half lead which was doubled via a 30-yard free kick from Michelle Rich, with Beth Thompson completing the scoring late on.
Forest Green Rovers are the other team on nine points but are in second despite winning 3-2 at Southampton Saints. Ellie Olds gave Forest Green a first half lead which was equalised by Krystal Whyte but Rovers added further goals ahead of the break through Naomi Marshall and Sophie Okey. Whyte gave the Saints renewed hope when she pulled one back in the second half but Forest Green held on to maintain their 100% record.
Exeter City head the chasing teams following a 4-1 success over Larkhall Athletic. Tash Knapman bagged a hat-trick and Kirsty Caunter the other for the Devon side with the Larks' consolation coming from Victoria White.
It was a good day for Cheltenham Town as they recorded their first victory of the season, 3-0 against St Nicholas. Emily Skipp netted two of the goals for Cheltenham and Rhona Donaldson joined her on the scoresheet.

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