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Northern Division One
The vital clash between two of the title contenders ended with honours even as Hull City and Middlesbrough battled out a goalless draw.
The happiest side with the outcome would surely have been second placed Liverpool Marshalls Feds, who moved to within one point of leaders 'Boro after they won 4-3 away to Stockport County. Emily Douglas hit a hat-trick for the Feds, including what turned out to be the winning goal, and Roisin Havelin was also on target. Hanifa Douglas netted a brace and Chloe Mapp the other in reply for Stockport.
Chorley played their first league match since 1st November and it turned out to be successful, winning 2-1 against fourth placed Leeds Ladies. Vicky Coope's first half strike for Chorley was cancelled out early after the interval by Rachel Ackroyd, before Coope went on to net a decisive second. If they win their games in hand, Chorley can still join the title race.
Midlands Division One
Wolverhampton Wanderers went level on points with second placed Radcliffe Olympic after they won 2-1 away to Steel City Wanderers. However it was the Steels who led for the majority of the game through a first half strike from Millie Kenyon, before two goals in a four minute spell from Kim Holden and Jade Cross turned the game in Wolves' favour.
Loughborough Students meanwhile cemented themselves in mid-table, thanks to a 3-1 victory over Peterborough Northern Star. Sofie Armitage, Nicola Russell and Eva Rogers scored the goals to earn the students their fifth win in six league matches.
South East Division One
In the only match to survive the weather, Cambridge Utd extended their unbeaten run to eight matches when they scored nine times without reply against Bedford Ladies. Sarah Wiltshire led the scoring with a hat-trick while Faith Hewitt and Isabella Simmons both weighed in with doubles, with Laura Bright and Becky Taylor also getting on the scoresheet.
South West Division One
One match also managed to go ahead in this division, at Maidenhead Utd where the home side ran out 7-3 winners over second placed Exeter City. Lucy Smith was on target twice for the Berkshire side, who have gone fourth as a result, and there was one apiece from Deanna Peters, Rachel Panting, Amy Saunders, Natasha Thompson and Hannah Summers. Helen Kukor netted twice and Vicky Barter the other in reply for Exeter.
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