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Forest Green Rovers have opened up a lead of four points in South West Division One following their 5-1 victory away to Gosport Borough.
Kirsty Richardson scored a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Sarah Stacey and Sophie Okey, Lysette Russell grabbing a consolation for Gosport.
Swindon Town stay in second place after drawing for the second successive week, this time sharing a 2-2 scoreline with Exeter City. Swindon twice took the lead during the course of the game through Ellie Maynard and Beth Thompson, with Exeter hitting back on each occasion with goals from Tash Knapman and Courtney Butt, who grabbed an injury time equaliser.
Southampton Saints moved into fourth place on the back of a 3-2 success at St Nicholas. Amber Siley scored the winner for the Saints deep into injury time after Amy Jefferies and Megan Bloomer looked to have given St Nicholas their first point of the season.
Chichester City battled out a 1-1 draw with Shanklin, who still remain unbeaten. The Isle of Wight side had led through a goal from Chloe Parkes before Chichester salvaged a point from the game when Emily Symonds equalised late on.
Cheltenham Town came from behind to win 2-1 away to Larkhall Athletic, a result which takes them into mid-table. Lizzie Barratt had put Larkhall in front but Cheltenham hit back to claim victory with goals from Katie Walker and Adele Brown.
Northern Division One
The leading teams in the table all recorded victories on Sunday to stretch the pace, still lead by Chorley who ran out 6-3 winners over Middlesbrough. Natalie Parry had a great day for the Lancashire side as she scored a hat-trick with Sam Cadwallader, Vicky Coope and Scarlett Smith joining her on the scoresheet. Shannon Bewick, Samantha McGoven and Clare Helm all netted in reply for 'Boro.
Mossley Hill remain a single point behind in second place after their short trip to Birkenhead ended in a 2-0 success away to Tranmere Rovers, thanks to goals from Megan Brodie and Shelley James.
Liverpool Marshalls Feds maintained their good form and made it four wins in a row when beating Chester-le-Street 1-0. Rosie Havelin scored the only goal of the game to keep her side in third place.
Leeds Ladies also kept up their very promising start with a 4-1 victory over Norton & Stockton Ancients. Carey Huegett was on target twice for Leeds along with Shelby Morris and Hannah Campbell.
Guiseley AFC Vixens meanwhile came away from Stockport County with a 2-1 win under their belts. Amanda Barr and Emma Watson netted the goals for Guiseley, with Katherine Jones replying for the home side.
Midlands Division One
Rotherham Utd are the new leaders of the division after they defeated Leafield Athletic 3-0. However it was not until the last five minutes that they netted their goals, Jess Birtles giving them the lead before they added injury time goals through Nat Shaw and Grace Birchall.
Loughborough Foxes had started the day on top but are back in second place after being held to a 2-2 draw by Solihull Ladies. Jodie White netted both goals for the Foxes but Solihull hit back to keep up their own good start with strikes from Jodie Lewis and Danielle Kingston.
Third placed Leicester City Women received a setback as they were beaten 1-0 by FC Reedswood. Tash Hughes scored the only goal for Reedswood who move up to fifth as a result.
The last remaining 100% record in the division came to an end as Radcliffe Olympic went down to a 1-0 defeat at home to Leicester City Ladies, courtesy of a goal from Gemma Ball.
Loughborough Students meanwhile recorded their first league win of the season, 5-1 against Curzon Ashton. Alice Kempski and Eva Rogers each scored twice for the students along with Alice Thackray, with Anna Genders netting a consolation for Curzon.
Lucy Webster was the goalscorer as Mansfield Town also recorded their first victory, beating Steel City Wanderers 1-0.
South East Division One
C & K Basildon are powering on at the top of the table and have opened up a lead of three points following their 3-0 victory over Enfield Town. Amy Nash, Zoe Rushen and Lucy Wyatt were all on target to hand C & K their fifth straight victory.
Second met third in an important clash on Sunday and it was Milton Keynes Dons who emerged as 2-0 winners against previously unbeaten Crystal Palace. Heather McDonnell and Leah Cudone scored the goals to take the Dons to within two points of second placed Palace.
Cambridge Women meanwhile added to Ebbsfleet Utd's problems by scoring ten without reply past them. Nuala Wayne led the scoring with a six-goal haul for Steve Edwards' side and there was one apiece from Faith Hewitt, Hannah Goodchild, Laura Bright and Laura Mills.
Denham Utd and Bedford Ladies battled out a 1-1 draw, Alissia Down was on target for Denham while Charlie King scored for Bedford to earn the newly promoted side their first point of the season.
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