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Northern Division One
The leadership changed hands once again with Middlesbrough returning to the top after beating Stockport County 10-2. Bianca Owens had an amazing day in front of goal, the prolific striker finding the net eight times in total, with Emma Foster and Sammie Leigh joining her on the scoresheet. Hanifa Douglas and Katherine Jones scored the consolation goals for Stockport.
Middlesbrough therefore replace Hull City as leaders with Liverpool Marshalls Feds a further two points adrift in third. Emily Douglas scored both goals as the Feds won 2-1 away to local rivals Mossley Hill, whose reply came from Megan Brodie.
South East Division One
Norwich City are up into fifth place in the table after recording one of their biggest victories of the season to date, 5-0 against Bedford Ladies. Natasha Snelling netted two of the goals and also on target for the Canaries were Katie Knights, Ellen Swift and Abigail Gower.
Cambridge Utd meanwhile recorded their third straight victory and this has taken them into the top half for the first time this season. Becky Taylor, Emma Jenkins and Sarah Wiltshire were the U's markswomen, before Alissa Down grabbed a late consolation.
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