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Northern Division One
Liverpool Marshalls Feds are back on top of the table after they defeated Morecambe 6-1. Emily Douglas hit a hat-trick for the new leaders with Amy Seagraves, Levi Wensley and Maria Medina Garcia adding the others, Emma Kay netting a consolation for the visitors.
Middlesbrough had started the day on top but are back in second after their North East derby with Chester-le-Street finished in a 1-1 draw. Both of the goals came during a three minute spell in the first half, Bianca Owens giving 'Boro the lead and Nichole Gound-Harvey equalising shortly afterwards.
Chorley still have several games in hand but remained in touch with the leading sides with a 5-0 victory over Blackpool Wren Rovers. Vicky Coope was on target twice for Chorley along with Sam Cadwallader, Charlotte Higginson and Natalie Parry.
Mossley Hill played their first league match for three months but made up for lost time by scoring six times without reply against Norton & Stockton Ancients. Carla Lee netted a brace and there was one apiece from Kaisha Sohl, Paige Lindsay, Sophie Perry and Kayleigh McDonald.
Stockport County recorded an important 3-0 win over Leeds Ladies, a result which puts a six point gap between themselves and the bottom two. Chloe Mapp netted two of the goals for County and she was joined on the scoresheet by Hanifa Douglas.
Midlands Division One
Radcliffe Olympic received a slight setback to their hopes of catching up ground on runaway leaders Leicester City Women when they were held to a 2-2 draw by Solihull Ladies. Danielle Kingston netted both goals as fourth placed Solihull went into a two-goal first half lead but after the break, Ashleigh Evans and Natalie Robinson hit back to salvage a point for Radcliffe who are now thirteen points behind in second.
In the other game, Steel City Wanderers picked up an important 3-2 win against Sporting Khalsa. Sporting twice took the lead through Kyrie Ball and Jodie Bragan with Sarah Smith and Zoe Beresford replying on each occasion, before Paige Unwin netted the winner for the Steels with eight minutes remaining.
South East Division One
Leah Cudone was on target five times as Milton Keynes Dons narrowed the gap on table toppers Crystal Palace, who were on Cup duty, to three points with a 12-0 victory over Lowestoft Town. Heather McDonnell and Charly Wright both weighed in with braces and there was one apiece from Leanna Doyle, Claire Hollingsworth and Sophie Watson.
Cambridge Utd's eight match unbeaten run came to an end when they went down to a 1-0 defeat at the hands of mid-table Enfield Town. Regan Coleman netted the only goal of the game for Enfield midway through the second half.
Ipswich Town were the victors in the East Anglian 'Old Farm Derby' match, a 3-2 success against Norwich City which takes them away from the bottom two. Hollie Clement, Coral Young and Jo Foy scored the goals for Ipswich, with Norwich responding through Chelsea Garrett and Natasha Snelling.
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