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Northern Division One
Katie Thompson scored twice and Charlotte Holliday added the other goal as leaders Hull City stayed two points ahead by winning 3-2 away to Chester-le-Street, who replied through a brace from Rae Taylor.
Middlesbrough continue to look strong in second place and kept themselves nicely in touch with the leaders with a 2-1 success at Tranmere Rovers, which was earned by goals from Jade Ridley and Becky Hanratty.
Leeds Ladies remain just behind after beating Chorley 5-2. Zoe Doherty netted twice and she was joined on the scoresheet by Bridie Hannon, Emma Bentley and Rachel Ackroyd, with Chorley responding through Vicky Coope and Natalie Parry.
Liverpool Marshalls Feds moved into fourth place after running out 7-1 winners over Stockport County, a result which was spearheaded by a four-goal haul from Levi Wensley. Chantelle Thompson, Abby Pope and Emily Douglas were the Feds' other markswomen with first half goals.
Fast improving Morecambe continue to climb the table after they won 4-0 away to Norton & Stockton Ancients. Emma Kay was on target twice along with Becky Whittingham and Sophie Fish whilst at the other end, Morecambe goalkeeper Jodie Woodburn saved a penalty.
Blackpool Wren Rovers meanwhile narrowly got the better of Mossley Hill in a seven-goal thriller. Gemma Watson was on target twice for Rovers along with Carly Loughran and Abby Pullen. Paige Lindsay netted a brace and Megan Brodie the other in reply for Mossley.
Midlands Division One
Lauren Bartle and Kim Farrow each netted a brace with Lauren Impey adding the other as Leicester City Women went eight points clear at the top with a 5-3 win against Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies, who replied through Gemma Mooney, Emily Painter and Maimee Morris.
Radcliffe Olympic remain in second but they were held to a 1-1 draw by Peterborough Northern Star. Vicky Gallagher was on target for Northern Star and Radcliffe's goal came from Natalie Robinson.
Wolverhampton Wanderers meanwhile maintained their own 100% record by winning 4-0 away to Rotherham Utd. All of the goals came in the second half, Hattie James putting Wolves ahead from the penalty spot a minute after the restart and they went on to add further strikes from Jade Cross, Jenni Anslow and Emma Cross.
Solihull Ladies kept themselves level on points with Wolves, thanks to a 3-0 success at Sporting Khalsa. Carly Davies, Danielle Kingston and Hayley Wilford scored the goals to earn Solihull their sixth victory of the season.
Leicester City Ladies notched up their biggest win of the season so far, 6-2 against Steel City Wanderers. Aleksandra Janicka led the scoring with a hat-trick, Sylwia Gorbacewicz added two and Becky Preston was also on target, while Paige Unwin and Cheryl Mawhood netted for the home side.
Leafield Athletic moved themselves off the bottom of the table at the expense of Loughborough Students, by defeating them 3-1. Gabriella Reid's first half goal for Leafield was quickly cancelled out by Siobhan Eastham but after the break, Samantha White put them back in front and Reid secured three valuable points with her second goal.
South East Division One
Crystal Palace were quickly back to winning ways as they beat Ipswich Town to stay two points ahead at the top. Gemma Bryan netted two of the goals for the leaders along with Alex Elson, Sarah Jones and Abi Igbavboa whilst Roxanne Small scored Ipswich's consolation.
Natasha Fensome bagged a hat-trick and Joanne Rutherford was also on target for Luton Town as they made sure of staying on Palace's heels with a 4-2 win away to Norwich City, who found the net through Kate Parsons and an own goal.
Gillingham remain in touch with the top two after they defeated Bedford Ladies 9-1. Kallie Balfour led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Paige Baker-Carroll weighed in with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Ashleigh Loosemore and Emma Tune.
Denham Utd and Milton Keynes Dons battled out a 1-1 draw. Alissa Down equalised for Denham after Heather McDonnell had put the Dons in front but they had to settle for their fourth draw of the season.
Old Actonians meanwhile moved back up into fifth place after Sinead Friel, Carla Williams and Jess Byrne all scored to give them a 3-0 victory over Lowestoft Town.
Cambridge Utd recorded their first win of the season and moved themselves away from the bottom places when they beat Enfield Town 1-0, Laura Bright scoring the only goal of the game.
South West Division One
Exeter City moved themselves to within one point of the leadership after they defeated Maidenhead Utd 4-0. Courtney Butt netted two goals during the first half and after the break, Helen Kukor added a brace o secure a third straight league victory for their side.
Chichester City are back in the top three following their 3-1 win away to Keynsham Town. Amy Found netted twice after the interval to add to Tammy Waine's first half strike after Leanne Lapham had given Keynsham the lead.
Southampton Saints inflicted a seventh straight defeat on Shanklin when goals from Jess Lewry and Aimee Burridge earned them a 2-1 victory, with Gemma Woodford replying.
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