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Northern Division One
Hull City regained the leadership after they edged out Mossley Hill by the odd goal in seven in the only match to be played in this division. Rebecca Beech was on target twice for Hull along with Misty Russell and Charley McNamara.
Midlands Division One
Radcliffe Olympic narrowed the gap on leaders Leicester City Women to six points with a 4-0 victory away to Steel City Wanderers. Kim Harford, Rania Ramadan, Brogan Jones and Lauren Plummer all scored a goal apiece to take Radcliffe up into second place.
Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies leapfrogged Rotherham Utd into fifth place by beating them 2-1. Maimee Morris and an own goal earned B&WM the points, before Rebecca Fairfax grabbed a late consolation for Rotherham.
South East Division One
Leaders Crystal Palace's winning start to the season was brought to a halt as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Cambridge Utd. Paige Logie marked her debut for Cambridge by scoring their goal and Roschelle Shakes replied for Palace.
Luton Town kept up their recent good run and are now just two points behind Palace after they defeated Old Actonians 4-2. Natasha Fensome was on target twice for Luton along with Rachel Carter and Shannon Pratt, while Jessica Byrne and Natasha Cree replied for Actonians.
Enfield Town are up into the top half of the table following their 3-2 victory over Bedford Ladies, goals coming from Ayse Mustafa, Sheryce Slater and Regan Coleman.
South West Division One
For the second time this season, the league table has been forced to be recalculated after a withdrawal one of the teams, Swindon Spitfires becoming the fourth in less than two seasons to fold. Swindon Town remain on top but with a slightly reduced lead, heading the table by four points from Larkhall Athletic and Exeter City.
Maidenhead Utd kept themselves in a mid-table position by beating Cheltenham Town 3-0. Lucy-Jane Smith netted two of the goals for the Berkshire side and Ellen Thomas was also on the scoresheet.
Spare a thought for St Nicholas who have lost both of their previous victories this season after the two resignations. Hopefully they will have better luck this time as on Sunday they won 2-1 against Shanklin, Sarah Stacy netting both of their goals with Susan Cullen replying.
Premier League Plate
Emily Clements and an own goal earned Loughborough Students a narrow 2-1 victory over Chester-le-Street. The win takes them through to the last sixteen, where they will play host to Chorley.
The last remaining First Round match saw Stockport County run out 4-1 winners against Leicester City Ladies. Hanifa Douglas netted twice for County along with Jo Blodgett and Grace Campbell, with Leicester replying through Tori-Dee Allen. Stockport will now be away to Loughborough Foxes.
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