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Northern Division One
With rivals Guiseley AFC Vixens not in action, Liverpool Marshalls Feds took the opportunity to increase their lead to four points with a 1-0 victory over Chorley. Faye McCoy scored the only goal of the game to defeat their third placed opponents and set up this week's top of the table clash.
Leeds Ladies boosted their chances of a top three finish as they won 2-0 away to Norton & Stockton Ancients, Bridie Hannon and Emma Bentley scoring the goals either side of half time.
Mossley Hill meanwhile edged out Sheffield Utd Community by the odd goal in seven. Paige Whitehead was on target twice along with Paige Lindsay and Kayleigh McDonald, while the home side replied through Sophie Bell, Kimberley Brown and Ami Buzzeo.
Middlesbrough's run of eight successive league victories came to a halt as they were held to a goalless draw in their North East derby match against Chester-le-Street, who remain one place below them in mid-table.
Tranmere Rovers banished any lingering relegation fears with a 2-1 win against Morecambe, who remain three points above the bottom two. Bethan Woolley and Charlotte Cloy scored the goals for Tranmere, with Morecambe's consolation coming from Danielle Cross.
Midlands Division One
Loughborough Foxes have gone four points clear at the top following their 6-0 victory over Rotherham Utd. Jodie White led the scoring for the leaders with a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Kirsty Matthews, Paige Crossman and Vicky Brackenbury.
Radcliffe Olympic one more kept pace with the leaders, thanks to a 6-1 success away to FC Reedswood. Rania Ramadan and Beth Bailey each scored twice and there was one apiece from Ashleigh Evans and Christina Brewer, with Stephanie Speck netting Reedswood's consolation.
In their mid-table clash, Leicester City Ladies moved to within two points of opponents Solihull Ladies by beating them 1-0, Erica Kilby scoring the only goal of the game.
After sixteen straight defeats, Curzon Ashton broke their duck when picking up their first point of the season, Saeed Yasmin netting their goal as they drew 1-1 with Mansfield Town.
South East Division One
C & K Basildon continue to stretch the pace as they scored six times without reply past Norwich City. Sara Sinclair hit a hat-trick for C & K while Amy Nash, Karissa Rodney and Maegen Doyle also got on the scoresheet to preserve their side's two point advantage at the top.
Milton Keynes Dons remain close behind in second place, courtesy of a 5-1 victory over Bedford Ladies, their fourth in five league games.
Crystal Palace are a further three points adrift in third, following their 4-1 win against Luton Town. Emma Whitter led the scoring for Palace with a hat-trick and their other markswoman was Charlotte Cavanagh.
Ipswich Town and Cambridge Women meanwhile finished level at 1-1, Lindsey Smith netting for Ipswich and Cambridge replying through Laura Bright.
South West Division One
The wait goes on for Forest Green Rovers, to see if they will be crowned as Champions. A point would have sufficed in their last game of the season away to Chichester City but instead it was the home side who notched up a 2-1 victory to hand outgoing manager Matt Wright a winning send off. Kally Ambler and Jenna Fowlie netted the goals for Chichester, with Forest Green's consolation coming from Hannah Hale.
Shanklin meanwhile raced to their biggest win of the season, a 4-0 success away to Cheltenham Town with Susan Cullen and Chloe Parkes bagging two goals apiece.
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