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Northern Division One
Liverpool Marshalls Feds have moved to the top of the table, thanks to a 3-1 victory against Blackpool Wren Rovers. All three of the Feds' goals came in the last sixteen minutes, with strikes from Roisin Havelin, Elizabeth Randall and Emily Douglas earning them points, while Rovers' consolation came from Rachel Warren.
Middlesbrough had started the day on top of the table but their run of four straight wins was brought to a halt against Mossley Hill, who recorded a fine 2-1 victory. Megan Brodie gave Mossley a first half lead which was cancelled out after the break by Bianca Owens, but Carla Lee went on to secure the points with the winning goal, ten minutes from time.
Stockport County bounced back from a heavy defeat seven days earlier to claim a valuable point from a 5-5 draw against Morecambe. Jeneyah Webb (2), Jo Blodgett, Chaneece Reeves and Chloe Mapp scored the goals for Stockport while Morecambe replied through braces from Laura Ivinson and Emma Kay, with Becky Whittingham adding the other.
Midlands Division One
Carly Davies netted both goals, including the winner five minutes from time, as Solihull Ladies went level on points with second placed Radcliffe Olympic by winning 2-1 against Peterborough Northern Star, who replied through Cassie Steward.
Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies ran out 4-1 winners away to Sporting Khalsa. Maimee Morris was on target twice along with Emily Painter and Kim Dunger, while the home side's consolation came from Paignton Robathan.
Loughborough Students made it four wins out of five and this run of form has taken them from the bottom of the table to the top half, for the first time. They leapfrogged Rotherham Utd by beating them 2-0, thanks to goals from Eva Rogers and Nicola Russell.
South East Division One
Luton Town remain in second place but were unable to narrow the five point gap on leaders Crystal Palace after they were beaten 2-1 at home by Milton Keynes Dons. Natasha Fensome was on target for Luton but goals from Leah Cudone and Samantha Gillings ensured that the Dons remain in the title race, albeit nine points off the pace.
Milton Keynes Dons are now level on points with Gillingham, who were held to a 1-1 draw by form team Cambridge Utd. Sarah Wiltshire scored for the U's for the second game in a row, with Paige Baker-Carroll replying for the Gills.
Denham Utd moved into mid-table on the back of a 4-0 success at Bedford Ladies. Natalie Murray netted two of the goals and she was joined on the scoresheet by Clarice Gould and Holleigh Marsh.
South West Division One
Larkhall Athletic left it late but managed to win a thrilling local derby 3-2 against St Nicholas and stretch their 100% record to eight matches. Carly Bryant gave the Larks a first half lead which was levelled by Amy Jefferies and St Nicholas looked to be on their way to a hard earned win when Connie Short gave them the lead. However Bryant scored from the penalty spot to equalise late on and in injury time, the veteran defender headed in a Michelle Munro free kick to record her first ever hat-trick and send her team six points clear at the top of the table.
Keynsham Town kept themselves in the race with a vital 1-0 success against a determined Maidenhead Utd side. Justine Lorton-Radburn scored the only goal of the game inside the last quarter of an hour to give her side three precious points.
At the other end of the table, Shanklin celebrated their first points of the season when beating Cheltenham Town 3-2. Danielle Merryfield, Katy Rawlinson and Daisy Cassidy were all on target for the Isle of Wight side, with Cheltenham replying through Rhona Donaldson and Adele Brown.
Photo - Carly Bryant heads in Larkhall Athletic's injury time winner against St Nicholas.
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