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South East Division One
C & K Basildon are the only team left in the Premier League with a 100% record following their 3-1 success away to Luton Town. Karissa Rodney, Zoe Rushen and Sara Sinclair netted their goals with Rebecca Wilson-Kane replying for Luton.
Crystal Palace made sure of preserving the three point gap behind C & K, thanks to a 2-1 victory over Bedford Ladies, courtesy of strikes from Nicha Dyett and Roschelle Shakes.
Milton Keynes Dons are the division's other unbeaten team, keeping their record with a 2-2 draw against improving Ipswich Town. Amanda Crump and Jemma Yarnton were on target for Ipswich, with the Dons responding through Hannah Barrett and Leah Cudone.
The points were also shared at Denham Utd where the home team drew 1-1 with Cambridge Women with goals from Alissia Down and Liv Abbott respectively.
Norwich City became the latest team to notch a large score at the expense of struggling Ebbsfleet Utd. Ellen Fewkes-Woodrow and Jessica Wenn led the spree with four goals apiece, Emily Hodson contributed a hat-trick and the tally was completed by Chelsea Garrett (2), Jordan Arnoup and an own goal.
Northern Division One
Chorley continue to lead the way following a 1-0 victory in the top of the table clash against Mossley Hill. In a thrilling match, Scarlett Smith settled matters with the only goal of the game in injury time which gives Chorley their fifth win in six matches.
Mossley Hill's defeat means that Liverpool Marshalls Feds are now in second place after winning 2-1 away to Leeds Ladies. Emily Douglas and Carina Mendes scored the goals to give the Feds their fifth win in a row, with Carey Huegett replying for the home side.
Guiseley AFC Vixens maintained their good start to the season by beating Morecambe 5-3. Caroline Hulme and Tanya Rich each netted twice for the Vixens, whose other strike came from Charlotte Blythe.
Chester-le-Street moved into the top half of the table on the back of a 2-1 win against Tranmere Rovers. Rachel Kay and Laura Darmody scored the goals for the Cestrians, with Tranmere's consolation coming from Kate Horne.
Middlesbrough notched up their first win of the campaign, 3-1 over Stockport County. Claire Helm gave 'Boro a first half lead and they added further goals through Leanne Anderson and Taylor Hebb, with Charlotte Higginson replying for Stockport.
It was a good day for Norton & Stockton Ancients as they recorded their first Premier League victory in style, scoring seven without reply past Sheffield Utd Community. Nyci Thorns led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Lucy Charlton weighed in with a brace and Bianca Owens was also on target.
Midlands Division One
Rotherham Utd continue to set the pace at the top and they stay one point ahead after winning 6-3 away to Steel City Wanderers. Grace Birchall was on target twice for Rotherham along with Jess Birtles, Amy Pollock, Hayley Sloan and Nat Shaw while the Steels scored through Hollie Barker, Cheryl Mawhood and Paris Wagstaff.
Loughborough Foxes remain hard on Rotherham's heels in second place after beating Radcliffe Olympic 2-1, courtesy of first half goals from Adele Sale and Lindsey Tugby.
Third placed Leicester City Women were held to a 1-1 draw by Mansfield Town. Indeed it was Mansfield who looked on course for all three points as they led through a goal from Jemma Douglas but City salvaged a point deep into injury time thanks to Rebecca Kemp.
Leafield Athletic lifted themselves back into the top four by beating Loughborough Students 4-1. Leigh Dugmore, Charlotte Hughes, Jess Lippiatt and Amy Kendall were all on the scoresheet for Leafield with the students' consolation coming from Grace Blackburn.
FC Reedswood and Solihull Ladies occupy the next two places after their meeting finished level at 1-1. Stacey Arrowsmith gave Reedswood a first half lead with Solihull equalising through Hayley Wilford shortly after the break.
Kayleigh Hillier and Amanda Whalley were on the scoresheet as Leicester City Ladies won 2-0 away to Curzon Ashton to move themselves up into mid-table.
South West Division One
League leaders Forest Green Rovers saw their winning start to the season checked by a 1-1 draw against Shanklin. Charlotte King gave Rovers the lead early in the second half from a free kick, with Shanklin hitting back moments later via a Susan Cullen penalty to preserve their own unbeaten record.
Swindon Town narrowed the gap on Forest Green to two points with a 4-1 success away to Cheltenham Town. Meg Valla and Lisa Coe put Swindon two ahead inside the opening seventeen minutes with Beth Thompson adding a third and after Katie Walker had reduced the arrears for Cheltenham, Ellie Maynard rounded off the scoring for Swindon from the penalty spot.
Exeter City continue to head the chasing teams after a brace of goals from Tash Knapman earned them a 2-0 victory against Chichester City.
Southampton Saints moved up to fourth following a 3-0 local derby win over Gosport Borough. The first half ended goalless but just after the hour mark, Krystal Whyte opened the scoring for the Saints. Whyte added a second soon afterwards and Emma Whitlock wrapped up the win with the third goal, ten minutes from time.
Two of the teams searching for their first points met each other at Larkhall Athletic on Sunday and it was the home side who got themselves off the mark via a 4-2 victory against St Nicholas. St Nicholas twice took the lead through Amy Jefferies and Lauren Ellis but after Kate German had initially equalised, the Larks went on to pick up the win through strikes from Sarah Saunders, Michelle Munro and Lizzie Barratt.
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