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Foxes edge in front
 Women's Football News 28 Oct 2014
Midlands Division One
Loughborough Foxes have regained the leadership with a 3-2 win against Loughborough Students. Jodie White, Adele Sale and Vicky Brackenbury netted the goals as the Foxes went top of the table by a single point.
Previous leaders Rotherham Utd went down to a 4-2 defeat away to Leicester City Women, who are now in second place. Lauren Bartle, Chanelle Edkins, Fiona Worts and Rosie Axten were all on the scoresheet for City, with Rotherham's replies coming from Nat Shaw and Amy Pollock.
Radcliffe Olympic kept up their good form of form with a 6-0 victory over Mansfield Town which lifts them up to fourth. Danni Saulter spearheaded the win by bagging a hat-trick and Radcliffe's other markswomen were Alex Saulter, Brogan Jones and Nat Robinson.
Leafield Athletic narrowly got the better of a seven-goal thriller against local rivals Solihull Ladies. Charlotte Hughes (2), Sade Alaka and Donna Hawkins accounted for Leafield's goals while Hayley Wilford scored twice and Jodie Lewis the other for Solihull.
Nat Poole and Kyrie Ball netted the goals for FC Reedswood as they moved back into the top half with a 2-1 victory over Steel City Wanderers, for whom Cheryl Mahwood grabbed a consolation.
Leicester City Ladies meanwhile defeated Curzon Ashton 2-1, Kayleigh Hillier and Rebekah Preston were on the scoresheet with Louise McGilligan replying. 
Northern Division One
A 3-2 victory away to Sheffield Utd Community sees Liverpool Marshalls Feds three points clear at the top. Danielle Evans (2) and Chantelle Thompson were on target for the Feds with Sophie Bell and Samantha Barnett replying.
Mossley Hill moved into second place after scoring eight times without reply against Norton & Stockton Ancients. Sophie Perry netted a brace and there was one apiece from Shelley James, Carla Lee, Kayleigh McDonald, Stacey McMahon, Carmen Troiano and Amy Fisher.
Becky Kendell scored both goals as Guiseley AFC Vixens inflicted a 2-1 defeat on third placed Chorley, whose consolation came from Hannah Mitchell.
Leeds Ladies remain just six points off the pace in fourth following their 3-1 success away to Morecambe. Bianca Ross was on target twice for Leeds along with Hannah Campbell.
Chester-le-Street notched up a 4-1 victory at Stockport County which keeps them in the top half of the table. Rae Taylor netted two of the goals and she was joined on the scoresheet by Nichole Havery and Laura Darmody, with Jeneyah Webb replying for the home side.
Tranmere Rovers and Middlesbrough meanwhile battled out a 1-1 draw, Kate Horne was on target for Tranmere with 'Boro replying through Jasmine Pearson. 
South East Division One
C & K Basildon got back to winning ways with a 2-1 success over Denham Utd which sees them retain the leadership. Sara Sinclair netted both goals to keep her side one point in front.
Milton Keynes Dons meanwhile scored twelve times without reply against Norwich City to keep themselves on the heels of the leaders. Leah Cudone led the spree for the Dons with a five-goal haul, Heather McDonnell and Chloe Smith each weighed with hat-tricks and the total was completed by Hannah Barrett.
Crystal Palace also kept up the pressure in third place by beating Ipswich Town 4-1. Roschelle Shakes was on target twice for Palace with along with Stephanie Mann and Mary Onianwa, Ipswich's consolation coming from Ellie Rossiter.
Bedford Ladies drew their second league match in succession as a brace from Natasha Fensome earned them a 2-2 scoreline against mid-table Enfield Town, for whom Vicky Lewis and Lorraine Mason were on the scoresheet. 
South West Division One
With Swindon Town not in action, Forest Green Rovers made a swift return to pole position by running out 4-0 winners over St Nicholas. Charlotte King gave Rovers a first lead and they added further strikes after the break through Jodie Sheppard, Kirsty Richardson and Amy Baker.
Southampton Saints' good run of form continued and they marched into second place on the back of a 2-0 success away to previously unbeaten Shanklin, Both goals came during the first half, Catherine Browning putting the Saints in front and Krystal Whyte adding the second just after the half hour mark.
Exeter City cemented themselves in fourth by bagging a twelve-goal haul away to Gosport Borough. Helen Kukor had a great day in front of goal, netting six times in total, and Tash Knapman contributed a hat-trick with Vicky Barter, Chloe Williams and an own goal rounding off the scoring.
Cheltenham Town and Larkhall Athletic meanwhile each picked up an important point as the sides battled out a goalless draw.

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