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Middlesbrough return to summit
 Women's Football News 3 Feb 2016
 
Middlesbrough return to summit - 3 Feb 2016 - Women's Football NewsNorthern Division One
The leadership changed hands once again with Middlesbrough returning to the summit after beating Morecambe 4-1. Bianca Owens and Emily Scarr ensured that 'Boro were two ahead at the interval with Rebekah Bass and Sammie Leigh adding further goals after the break, before Emma Kay grabbed a late consolation for the home side.
 
Hull City made sure of keeping in touch with the top two, thanks to a 3-1 success away to Stockport County. Becky Beech, Misty Russell and Katie Thompson were all on target for Hull, with Beth Langford replying.
 
A goal in each half helped Leeds Ladies to a 2-1 victory at Norton & Stockton Ancients, a result which takes them back into fourth. Zoe Doherty and Jasmine Saxton netted the goals for Leeds.
 
Chester-le-Street climbed off the bottom of the table by winning 2-1 against Chorley, who received a setback to their promotion challenge. Vicky Coope did give Chorley an early lead but the Cestrians hit back to take the points thanks to Hayley English and Laura Hockaday. 
 
South East Division One
Milton Keynes Dons moved themselves level on points with leaders Crystal Palace after scoring seven times without reply past Lowestoft Town. Leah Cudone and Andie Dickens each netted twice for the Dons along with Charley Clarke, Heather McDonnell and Hannah Barrett.
 
In the other game, Ipswich Town picked up an important 4-2 victory away to Bedford Ladies. Zoe Cossey was on target twice for Ipswich and she was joined on the scoresheet by Hollie Clement and Natasha Thomas, while Bedford replied through Kaiya Glynn and Chelsea Hunter. 
 
South West Division One
In the only game to survive the weather, Larkhall Athletic took full advantage to increase their lead to ten points with a 4-1 victory over Cheltenham Town. The Larks led at the interval when Kate German finished off a fine move but Cheltenham battled back after the break and equalised through a well taken goal from Rhona Donaldson. German restored Larkhall's lead ten minutes later and she completed her hat-trick when tucking home the rebound after Michelle Munro's free kick had hit the post. Lizzie Barratt rounded off the scoring for the Larks with a left foot strike. 
 
Photo - Kate German turns away after scoring her hat-trick goal for Larkhall Athletic against Cheltenham Town.

 
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