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Top of the table clash finishes level
 Women's Football News 10 Mar 2015
Northern Division One
With Liverpool Marshalls Feds not in action on Sunday, Guiseley AFC Vixens took the chance to replace them as leaders with a 2-0 victory over Sheffield Utd Community, courtesy of a brace of goals from Becky Kendell.
The next two teams in the table met each other and it was Leeds Ladies who ran out 4-1 winners over Chorley. The Lancashire side did get off to a good start and took the lead after two minutes through Vicky Coope but Leeds hit back with Emma Bentley levelling the scores and in the second half, Emily Starkie put them in front and Hannah Campbell netted two more to seal the points.
Mossley Hill bounced back to form with a 5-0 success away to Norton & Stockton Ancients. Cermen Troiano was on target twice for Mossley along with Kayleigh McDonald, Carla Lee and Paige Lindsay.
Middlesbrough meanwhile made it six league wins on the trot to cement their place in the top half of the table. Nyci Thorns bagged a double and Bianca Owens added the other as 'Boro triumphed 3-2 at Stockport County, who replied through Chantelle Parry and Chloe Mapp.
Chester-le-Street recorded their first league win since November when they edged out Morecambe by the odd goal in five. Alex Meakin, Rachel Kay and Nichole Havery were the Cestrians' markswomen while Hannah Williamson and Megan Doherty were on target for Morecambe. 
Midlands Division One
The top of the table clash ended with honours even as Leicester City Women and leaders Loughborough Foxes battled out a 3-3 draw. Rosie Axten put City in front midway through the first half but goals in quick succession from Paige Crossman and Shauna Chambers turned things around in the Foxes' favour. Sheryl Gayle levelled matters again before half time and in the second half, Fiona Worts looked to have given Leicester a crucial victory but deep into injury time, Vicky Brackenbury grabbed an equaliser to keep Loughborough four points clear at the top.
Loughborough Students made up more ground on the top two with a 7-1 victory over Mansfield Town. Teighlor Pengelley led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Amelia Cruwys, Hayley James, Nicola Russell and Emily Clements.
Leafield Athletic kept their hopes alive by beating Steel City Wanderers 4-0. Donna Arrowsmith, Jade Hewitt, Donna Hawkins and Gabriella Reid were all on the scoresheet for Leafield who are ten points off the pace but have two games in hand.
Solihull Ladies are looking good for a top half place following their 1-0 win away to Leicester City Ladies, Hayley Wilford scoring the only goal of the game just before the hour mark.
Curzon Ashton are still looking for their first points of the season after going down to another defeat, 2-0 at the hands of FC Reedswood. Jamie Duggan gave Reedswood the lead on the half hour mark and Tash Hughes wrapped up the win with the second, midway through the second half. 
South East Division One
C & K Basildon played in the league for the first time since 16th November and picked up a 2-1 win away to Cambridge Women, which takes them level on points with leaders Milton Keynes Dons. Claire Lacey and Sara Sinclair netted the goals for Basildon, with the home team's consolation coming from Sophie Thompson.
Enfield Town are in third place following their 3-1 success at Norwich City, courtesy of goals from Lorraine Mason, Beth Demery and Kerrie Marlborough.
Denham Utd and Luton Town stay around the mid-table positions after battling out a 1-1 draw. Lauren Cox was on target for Denham, with Luton replying through Michelle Byrne.
Ipswich Town continued their improvement in form by winning 2-1 away to Bedford Ladies. Amanda Crump and Molly Hall scored the goals for Ipswich to give them their second win in successive weeks. 
South West Division One
Swindon Town picked up a much needed 2-1 victory over Cheltenham Town which has returned them to the top of the table. Meg Vella and Sally Butterfield were on target for the Wiltshire side while Rhona Donaldson replied for Cheltenham.
Swindon now head the table by a single point from Forest Green Rovers, who may well have turned it into a two-horse race after winning 4-0 at Exeter City. Ella Hitchcox, Naomi Marshall, Jodie Sheppard and Charlotte King all scored a goal apiece to put a huge dent in Exeter's title hopes and rekindle Rovers' own chances.
Rachael Waller netted the only goal of the game as Chichester City returned to the top half of the table, thanks to a 1-0 win against St Nicholas.

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