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Northern Division One
Leaders Liverpool Marshalls Feds played their first league match since the end of November and it resulted in a 5-2 victory away to Stockport County. Levi Wensley hit a hat-trick with Faye McCoy and Amy Seagraves adding the others to keep the Feds one point ahead at the top of the table. Georgia France hit a double in reply for Stockport .
Nadine Bates bagged a hat-trick and Tanya Rich joined her on the scoresheet as second placed Guiseley AFC Vixens made it five wins on the trot, 4-3 away to Mossley Hill. The home side, who suffered their second successive defeat by the same scoreline, netted through Carmen Troiano, Carla Lee and Paige Lindsay.
Leeds Ladies made sure of keeping in touch with the top two by scoring seven times without reply past Sheffield Utd Community. Shelby Morris, Bianca Ross and Jemma White netted two goals apiece and their other strike came from Hannah Campbell.
Chorley are back in the top four following their 2-1 victory over Morecambe. Ruth Harrison scored an injury time winner for Chorley to add to an earlier goal from Vicky Coope, with Sophie Fish responding for the Shrimps.
Tranmere Rovers moved out of the bottom three and up into mid-table after winning 1-0 away to Norton & Stockton Ancients, Charlotte Cloy netting the only goal of the game.
Middlesbrough picked up a much needed 3-1 win against Chester-le-Street thanks to strikes from Jenni Duffy, Simone Laverick and Leanne Anderson, while Nichole Harvey grabbed a consolation for the Cestrians.
Midlands Division One
Leicester City Women suffered a setback to their title challenge when they were beaten 1-0 by in-form Loughborough Students. Nicola Russell scored the only goal of the game to hand the students their fourth straight win in the league, lifting themselves up to fourth in the process.
Rotherham Utd remain in third after a brace from Grace Birchall gave them a 2-1 victory away to Leicester City Ladies, who netted a consolation through Amanda Whalley.
Mansfield Town picked up their second league win of the season, 2-1 against Solihull Ladies thanks to two goals from Nicola Flood.
South East Division One
Lauren Goodier scored the goal as leaders Milton Keynes Dons went three points ahead at the top by winning 1-0 away to Norwich City.
Bedford Ladies' recent run of wins was brought to a halt as they were beaten 2-0 by Denham Utd, who netted through Alissia Down and Elishia Allen.
Bedford's defeat allowed Enfield Town to climb back above them into fifth with a 3-0 victory over Cambridge Women. Claire Gooch, Ayse Mustafa and Lorraine Mason were on the scoresheet as Enfield notched up their first league win since November.
Luton Town staged a great second half comeback in their 3-2 win against Ipswich Town and, although they remain in seventh, are only four points off third place. Ipswich had raced into a two-goal lead by the break thanks to Danielle Bitten and an own goal but in the second half, Michelle Byrne and Remi Bains brought Luton back on level terms before Zara Carroll scored the winner from the penalty spot.
South West Division One
Forest Green Rovers drew level on points with leaders Swindon Town after they ran out 3-1 winners away to Shanklin. Naomi Marshall, Hannah Hale and Charlotte King were all on target for Rovers while the home side's consolation goal came from Susan Cullen.
Southampton Saints are one point behind the top two following their 3-1 victory over Cheltenham Town. Krystal Whyte, Jemma Tewkesbury and Rebecca Bath all scored for the Saints with Cheltenham replying through Rhona Donaldson.
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