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South West Division One
Swindon Town lifted themselves to the top of the table by winning 3-1 away to previous leaders Forest Green Rovers. The home side took the lead on the stroke of half time through a 25-yard free kick from Charlotte King but after the break, Swindon levelled the scores with Megan Attenborough drilling home following a corner. Meg Valla then put them in front with a fine individual goal and shortly after rattling the bar with a 30-yard strike, Chyna Collings bundled in the third injury time - a goal which sees Swindon replace Forest Green as leaders by virtue of having scored one more goal.
Southampton Saints are just one point off the pace in third after they defeated Exeter City 4-2. Krystal Whyte bagged a brace for the Saints as they picked up their fourth win in five matches, with Leah Shave and Carla Mitchell adding the others. Tash Knapman and Vicky Barter replied for Exeter.
Northern Division One
Liverpool Marshalls Feds have edged another point ahead after their short trip to Tranmere Rovers ended in a 1-1 draw. Tranmere took a second minute lead via an own goal from Amy Seagraves but the Feds battled back to earn themselves a share of the spoils through Chantelle Thompson.
Mossley Hill caught up ground on the top two by beating Stockport County 5-1. Carla Lee was on target twice for the Merseysiders, once from the penalty spot, along with Shelley James, Stacey McMahon and Kaisha Sohl, Stockport's consolation coming from Hanifa Douglas.
Midlands Division One
Radcliffe Olympic moved themselves to within four points of the leadership with a 1-0 victory over Steel City Wanderers, Rania Ramadan scoring the only goal of the game.
Loughborough Students meanwhile leapfrogged FC Reedswood into a mid-table position by defeating them 3-2. Nicola Russell, Nikki Payne and Sophie Rock were all on target for the university side.
South East Division One
Crystal Palace brought an end to C & K Basildon's winning start of the season by beating them 3-2 in a thrilling game. Nicha Dyett, Mary Onianwa and Roschelle Shakes netted the goals for Palace with C & K replying through Kathleen Clifton and Hannah Porter (see match report).
The result means that third placed Palace are two points behind leaders C & K and inbetween them are Milton Keynes Dons who won 1-0 against Cambridge Women, courtesy of a solitary strike from Heather McDonnell.
Luton Town completed a good week for themselves as they picked up their second victory in four days, 2-1 away to Enfield Town. Remi Bains and Rebecca Wilson-Kane both scored to take Luton up into fifth place, just ahead of Enfield whose consolation came from Sheryce Slater.
Photo - Forest Green Rovers midfielder Amy Baker closes down Swindon Town full back Lisa Coe.
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