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Northern Division One
Liverpool Marshalls Feds took the chance to narrow the gap on leaders Middlesbrough to two points, with two games in hand, after they won 5-1 away to Morecambe. Levi Wensley netted two first half goals for Feds and she went on to complete her hat-trick after the break, along with further goals from Emily Douglas and Carina Mendes.
Midlands Division One
Leicester City Women made it fifteen wins on the trot with a 2-0 success away to Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies. Rosie Axten put the leaders ahead on the stroke of half time and Chantelle Robinson made the game side by netting the second goal late on.
Radcliffe Olympic remain in second, sixteen points adrift, after running out 4-1 winners away to third placed Solihull Ladies. Dani Saulter, Alex Saulter, Catherine Jackson and Kim Harford were all on the scoresheet for Radcliffe.
Leicester City Ladies kept up their improving form and put a dent in the hopes of one of the title challengers when they defeated Wolverhampton Wanderers 4-2. Kyleigh Brant gave Leicester an early lead which was cancelled out by Anna Perks, before Erica Kilby put the home side back in front just before half time. Perks netted her second on the hour to level the scores once again but Kilby immediately restored Leicester's advantage and Rebekah Preston wrapped up the points with the fourth goal in injury time.
Rotherham Utd staged a good second half comeback to earn themselves a 2-2 draw against Loughborough Students. Amelia Cruwys and Ria Melvin ensured that the students were two goals ahead at the break but in the second half, Bradie Wild netted a brace to give the Yorkshire side a share of the spoils.
Steel City Wanderers gave their hopes of finishing outside of the bottom two a huge boost when they defeated Leafield Athletic 5-2. Cheryl Mawhood had a great day for the Steels as she netted four of their goals, Claire Attrill adding the other with Amy Andrews bagging a brace in reply.
South East Division One
Milton Keynes Dons were unable to go level on points with leaders Crystal Palace after they were beaten 2-1 by Gillingham. Kallie Balfour and Charlotte Thurston were on the scoresheet for the Gills, who have a number of games in hand on the teams above them, with the Dons replying through Leah Cudone.
Lowestoft Town meanwhile picked up a valuable point from a 2-2 draw against Ipswich Town. Molly Hall and Natasha Thomas netted the goals for Ipswich, while Lowestoft responded with a brace from Hannah Walters.
South West Division One
Chichester City narrowed the gap on leaders Larkhall Athletic to nine points and replaced Exeter City in second place after beating them 2-1. Exeter led for most of the game through a first half strike from Kirsty Caunter but an own goal five minutes from time, and subsequent winner by Laura Ingram, turned matters around in Chichester's favour.
Swindon Town finally got back to league action and did so with a victory, 2-0 against Shanklin. Meg Vella secured the points for the Wiltshire side with two second half goals.
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