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Northern Division One
Guiseley AFC Vixens moved to within a single point of leaders Liverpool Marshalls Feds after running out 9-1 winners over Sheffield Utd Community. Tanya Rich led the scoring with a four-goal haul and the tally was completed by Emily Maguire, Michelle Walsh and Kerrie Zserdicky plus two own goals while United grabbed a consolation through Sophie Bell.
Mossley Hill came back to form with a 4-1 victory at Middlesbrough which takes them into third place. Sophie Perry led the scoring for Mossley with a hat-trick and Shelley James was also on the scoresheet.
Chester-le-Street and Stockport County battled out a 3-3 draw which keeps the Cestrians in mid-table and Stockport just above the bottom two places. Lisa Garbutt, Nichole Harvey and Rae Taylor were all on target for Chester-le-Street with Stockport replying through a Georgia France brace and Jeneyah Webb.
Tranmere Rovers meanwhile drew for the fifth time in the league this season as their match with Chorley ended goalless.
Midlands Division One
Leicester City Women are now only three points off the pace after they defeated FC Reedswood 2-1. Rosie Axten's goal on the half hour was cancelled out by Eloise Gerhold before the break but Axten struck again early in the second half to settle matters in Leicester's favour.
Nicola Russell bagged a hat-trick as Loughborough Students moved themselves up the table with a 6-0 victory over Curzon Ashton. Siobhan Eastham, Eva Rogers and Hayley James added the other goals for the students who are now in mid-table.
South East Division One
Bedford Ladies claimed their third successive win in all competitions and now lie in sixth in the table following their fine 1-0 victory away to fourth placed Cambridge Women. Chloe Scott netted the only goal of the game for fast improving Bedford.
Ipswich Town meanwhile picked up a precious point from a 1-1 draw against Enfield Town. Sheryce Slater netted the goal for Enfield while Ipswich replied with a strike from Rox Small.
South West Division One
With Swindon Town not in action on Sunday, their three nearest rivals all took the opportunity to put a dent in their lead. Second placed Southampton Saints ran out 5-0 winners over St Nicholas and now trail the Wiltshire side by seven points. Sheriden Palk, Leah Shave, Catherine Browning and Rebecca Bath were all on target for the Saints with an own goal completing the tally.
Forest Green Rovers are two points further adrift after they halted the recent improving run of Chichester City. An own goal gave Rovers a twentieth minute lead with Ellie Olds adding a second in first half injury time. Sophie Okey added the third to complete a 3-1 victory, Chichester's consolation strike coming from Jenna Fowlie.
Despite picking up a good win, Forest Green actually drop out of the top three because Exeter City defeated Shanklin 5-0 to move above them on goal difference. All of Exeter's goals came in the first half, Kirsty Caunter netting twice along with Tash Knapman, Chloe Williams and Lola Sanchez.
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