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Northern Division One
Middlesbrough have gone five points clear at the top of the table after they defeated Morecambe 3-2. The two teams met for the second week in succession and this game was a lot closer. Sarah Manning was on target twice for 'Boro, including a late winner, with Rebekah Bass adding the other while Emma Kay and Hannah Williamson replied.
Hull City remain in third place but lost a little ground as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Stockport County. Emily Smith and Tonya Storr gave Hull a two-goal lead at the break but in the second half, Jo Blodgett and Chloe Mapp hit back to give Stockport a valuable point.
Midlands Division One
Radcliffe Olympic were dealt a blow to their hopes of denting Leicester City Women's huge lead when they were beaten 3-0 by Loughborough Students. Eva Rogers ensured that Loughborough were ahead at half time and after the break, Ria Melvin added a second and an own goal completed a win which takes the students back into the top half of the table.
Leicester City Ladies played their first league game for over a month but stretched their winning run to four matches with a 3-0 success against Leafield Athletic. All of the goals came in the final quarter of the game, Aleksandra Janicka netting twice and Carmelina Colangelo joining her on the scoresheet.
South East Division One
Crystal Palace staged a second half fightback to beat Luton Town 4-3 and open up a lead of three points at the top of the table. Third placed Luton were two goals up at half time but a double after the break by Gemma Bryan, plus other strikes from Pam McRoberts and Leanne Bell, saw Palace to their eleventh victory in twelve matches. Erica Byron, Natasha Fensome and Nicola Henman were all on target for Luton.
Norwich City kept themselves in the top half of the table with a 5-1 victory over Bedford Ladies. Megan Bartlett was on target twice for the Canaries along with Ebony Wiseman, Ellen Swift and an own goal, while Rebecca Vass netted Bedford's consolation.
Ipswich Town notched up their third league win in a row, all away from home, when they defeated Lowestoft Town 4-0. Natasha Thomas bagged two of the goals and she was joined on the scoresheet by Amanda Crump and Aimee Harrison.
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