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Midlands Division One
Leicester City WFC recorded their eleventh straight victory and went eleven points clear but they were pushed all the way by third place Solihull Ladies before emerging as 3-2 winners. The home side twice took the lead through Joanna Pointon and Carly Davies but City hit back on each occasion with levellers from Holly Morgan and Molly Baxter, before Tara Guyler grabbed a winning goal in injury time.
Wolverhampton Wanderers remain in fourth place after they were held to a 2-2 draw by Leicester City Ladies. Harriet James gave Wolves a first half lead which was cancelled out before the break by Sarah Burbidge and after Kim Ratcliffe had looked to have earned Wolves the points with eight minutes remaining, Aleksandra Janicka struck in injury time to earn Leicester a share of the spoils.
South East Division One
Milton Keynes Dons stay in third place but have made up ground on the top two after they defeated Bedford Ladies 3-1. Leah Cudone netted twice for the Dons and Sophie Watson was also on target.
Cambridge Utd meanwhile made it four wins out of five when notching up a 7-1 success away to Ipswich Town. Sarah Wiltshire bagged a hat-trick and Laura Mills added two, with Faith Hewitt and Liz Pamplin also on target. Ipswich's consolation goal came from Aimee Harrison.
South West Division One
Maidenhead Utd lifted themselves about Southampton Saints in the table after beating them 1-0. Deanna Peters settled matters early on by scoring the only goal of the game.
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