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Northern Division One
Chorley continued to stretch the pace at the top after winning 3-0 away to Morecambe. All of the goals came in the first half, Scarlett Smith giving them the lead before Sam Cadwallader and Vicky Coope went on to seal the points.
Mossley Hill moved back into second on the back of a 2-0 victory over Chester-le-Street. Holly Parkinson put them in front with only two minutes on the clock and Kaisha Sohl added the second goal.
Danni Evans netted a brace and Eve McNally the other as Liverpool Marshalls Feds notched up their third victory in a row, 3-1 against Middlesbrough who replied through Jenni Duffy.
Leeds Ladies are fourth following their 2-1 success at Sheffield Utd Community. Hannah Campbell and Shelby Morris were on target for Leeds with United's consolation coming from Danielle Green.
Midlands Division One
Leaders Loughborough Foxes stay one point ahead after beating Curzon Ashton 4-1. Ann Renken netted a brace along with Ann Marie Reddish and Jodie White, Curzon responding through Chloe Stockley.
Grace Birchall and Amy Pollock each scored twice, with Nat Shaw adding the other as second placed Rotherham Utd ran out 5-1 winners over Leicester City Ladies, for whom Amie Chivers was on target.
Leicester City Women moved into the top three with a 1-0 victory over Steel City Wanderers, Elizabeth Johnson grabbing the only goal of the game.
Solihull Ladies follow on after sharing a 5-5 draw with Mansfield Town. Jodie Lewis (2), Hayley Wilford, Danielle Kingston and Tanya Dickinson were the markswomen for Solihull while Jemma Douglas hit a hat-trick and Suzy Gelson a double in reply.
FC Reedswood and Loughborough Students finished level at 1-1, Kelly Highman scoring for Reedswood and on target for the students was Alice Thackray.
South East Division One
C & K Basildon were another team to run up a large score against a beleaguered Ebbsfleet Utd and this has taken them top on goal difference. Zoe Rushen led the scoring with a seven-goal haul and Sara Sinclair weighed in with a further six, Amy Nash hitting a hat-trick while Karissa Rodney (2) and Lucy Wyatt completed the total.
Crystal Palace are back in second despite a 4-1 victory over Enfield Town but the top two have moved five points ahead of their nearest rivals. Jenny Kikomeko bagged a brace and she was joined on the scoresheet by Roschelle Shakes and Rinsola Babajide.
Milton Keynes Dons head the chasing teams after scoring six without reply away to Bedford Ladies. Heather McDonnell netted a hat-trick for the Dons, Chloe Smith added a brace and Leah Cudone was also on target.
Ipswich Town picked up their first three points in spectacular fashion, winning 6-0 in their local derby against Norwich City. Jasmine Cox led the the scoring with a hat-trick and the others came from Amanda Crump (2) and Danielle Bitten.
South West Division One
Forest Green Rovers made a quick return to the leadership with a 3-0 victory over Larkhall Athletic. The game was goalless at half time but second half strikes from Naomi Marshall, Ellie Olds and Sam Hallsworth earned Rovers the points.
Swindon Town lost their 100% record but are close behind in second after drawing 3-3 with Southampton Saints. Krystal Whyte scored twice and Sheridan Palk the other for the Saints, with Swindon replying through Meg Attenborough, Beth Thompson and Sarah Uzzell.
Exeter City stay in the top three following their 3-0 success against St Nicholas, courtesy of goals from Helen Kukor, Lola Sanchez and Tash Knapman.
Chichester City got back to winning ways, scoring three without reply away to Gosport Borough. Kally Ambler gave them a first half and they went on to add second half strikes through Lucie Challen and Lauren Cheshire.
The spoils were shared as Shanklin and Cheltenham Town battled out a 2-2 draw. Rowan Treague and Susan Cullen were on target for the Isle of Wight side, with Cheltenham replying through a brace from Rhona Donaldson.
Premier League Cup
The three Preliminary Round ties in the League Cup on Sunday all saw Southern Division teams safely negotiate tricky ties against lower division opponents.
Charlton Athletic progressed courtesy of a 3-0 victory away to Denham Utd. Amy Howlett settled matters for the Addicks by scoring a hat-trick inside the opening 22 minutes of the game.
Queen's Park Rangers meanwhile ran out 4-1 winners at Cambridge Women. Elly Maggs opened the scoring for Rangers early on, before Stacey Sowden netted a goal in each half and Sophie Cheadle added the fourth in injury time.
Katie O'Leary scored the only goal of the game as Tottenham Hotspur made it through with a 1-0 success against Tranmere Rovers.
In the League Plate, strikes from Charlotte Hughes and Donna Hawkins earned Leafield Athletic a 2-0 victory over Stockport County.
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