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Northern Division One
Second met third on Sunday with Guiseley Vixens and Leeds Ladies sharing a 1-1 draw, meaning that Chorley have a two point lead at the top of the table. Leeds had taken the lead through a first half goal from Arianne Parnham, before Guiseley hit back to earn themselves a share of the spoils when Sarah Danby equalised on the hour.
Morecambe bounced back from defeat in their previous game to win 6-1 against Mossley Hill and climb back into fourth. Layla Garrett bagged a hat-trick and Morecambe's other markswomen were Sophie Fish, Beth Fisher and Amy Cambrey, with Erin Slade replying.
Brighouse Town recorded their first ever Premier League victory when they scored six times without reply away to Tranmere Rovers. Jodie Redgrave netted twice and there was one apiece from Emma Dobson, Tegan McGill, Lauren Doyle and Charlotte Proud.
After four defeats in their opening four games, Crewe Alexandra got off the mark when they battled out a 3-3 draw against Liverpool Marshalls Feds. Charlotte Gill gave the Feds a first half lead, which was cancelled out just before the break by Kerry Green. Amanda Fallon and Meg Booth then put Crewe 3-1 ahead during the second half, with the Feds hitting back to salvage a point thanks to Amy Seagraves and Carla Lee.
Midlands Division One
Loughborough Foxes are starting to pull away at the top, going six points clear after beating Steel City Wanderers 6-1 in the top of the table clash. Charlotte Cooper led the scoring for the Foxes with a four-goal haul and there was one apiece from Shauna Chambers and Rowena Davies, with Cheryl Mawhood replying.
TNS Ladies are now up into second place following a superb 3-0 victory away to Wolverhampton Wanderers. All of the goals came during the second half, Emily Ridge netting either side of a Charlotte Canlett goal.
Cara Newton found the net an astonishing nine times as Long Eaton Utd won 13-1 against Loughborough Students. Precious Hamilton added a brace - both inside the opening three minutes - with Michelle Kilmartin and Suzanne Hart also on target, the students' consolation coming via a first half own goal.
Sporting Khalsa lifted themselves into the top half with a 4-0 win at Rotherham Utd, which came courtesy of a goal apiece from Jodie Bragan, Lyndsey Glover, Jodie Lewis and Toran Kelly.
Leicester City Ladies recorded their first league victory of the season when beating Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies 2-0. The two goals came either side of half time, Carmelina Colangelo giving Leicester the lead and Gemma Ball securing the points with the second.
Three second half goals took Solihull Ladies to a 3-0 victory over Radcliffe Olympic and their first points of the season. Georgia Jones put Solihull ahead on the hour and Ashlea Hargreaves quickly added a second, before Carly Davies rounded off the scoring eight minutes from time.
South East Division One
Leaders Cambridge Utd won for the fourth match in a row and have a lead of three points after they defeated Luton Town 3-1. Luton had started the day in second place but it was Cambridge who claimed the victory with goals from Dawn Mallett, Nicole Perschky and Becky Taylor, Rachel Kosky replying.
AFC Wimbledon kept up their promising start by making it three wins out of three. Jess Trimnell, Kelly-Jade Whelan and Caroline Bisson scored the goals as the Dons beat Norwich City 3-0 and this takes them up to second.
Ipswich Town complete the top three following their 2-1 win against Stevenage Ladies. Hollie Clement and Sian Fagg were on target to earn Ipswich the points, with Stevenage's consolation coming from Becky Scola.
Carla WIlliams netted the only goal of the game as Actonians Ladies won 1-0 against Denham Utd, which means they are back in the top half of the table.
Lowestoft Town meanwhile recorded their first points of the season with a 3-0 success over Enfield Town, a result which takes them off the bottom. Gemma Moore put Lowestoft ahead during the first half and a second half brace from Molly Hall crowned the win.
South West Division One
Chichester City continue to stretch the early pace and their 7-1 victory over previously unbeaten Brislington keeps them two points ahead. Cherelle Khassal led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Jess Lewry weighed in with a brace and Kally Ambler was also on target, with Kim Maggs replying.
Second placed Southampton Saints kept up the chase, thanks to a 1-0 success away to Exeter City. Carla Perkins scored the only goal of the game to help preserve the Saints' unbeaten start.
Plymouth Argyle notched up their second straight win, 5-2 away to Cheltenham Town. Natasha Knapman hit a hat-trick with one apiece from Danielle Salt and Katie Middleton, while Louise Fensome and Ria Salleh replied for the home side.
A goal in each half saw Keynsham Town to a 2-1 victory against Maidenhead Utd. Justine Lorton-Radburn and Cristina Vega Leandro were on target to give Keynsham the points, before a late own goal gave the visitors a consolation.
Shanklin and St Nicholas battled out a 1-1 draw which gave each side their first point of the season. The Isle of Wight side had led through a first half goal from Gemma Woodford, before St Nicholas hit back after the break to earn themselves a share of the spoils through an equaliser from Rianne Lewis.
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