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Northern Division One
The top of the table clash went the way of Guiseley Vixens, who defeated Chorley 4-1 to open up a lead of four points. Sarah Danby gave Guiseley an early lead which was cancelled out by Vicky Coope but in the second half, Danby netted her second to put Guiseley back in front before Elizabeth White and Chantelle O'Hara added further goals to seal the win.
Hull City moved level on points with second placed Chorley with a 3-2 success at Blackpool Wren Rovers. Misty Russell opened the scoring for Hull, before Wren Rovers hit back to lead at half time through Robyn Hodkin and Louise Gibbins. An own goal levelled matters again midway through the second half and it was Emma Bentley who grabbed a late winner for Hull.
Fourth placed Leeds Ladies were held to a 1-1 draw by Tranmere Rovers. Amber Bailey gave Tranmere the lead early in the second half, with Harriet Jakeman replying to earn Leeds a share of the spoils.
Honours were also even at Brighouse Town where the home side battled out a 2-2 draw with Chester-le-Street Town. Kayleigh Bamforth and Annabelle Cass were on target for Brighouse, with the Cestrians replying through Anna Collin and Laura Hockaday.
Liverpool Marshalls Feds registered their first league victory of the season when beating Morecambe 3-0. Carla Lee netted two of the goals and Chantelle Thompson was also on the scoresheet.
The bottom two teams in the table met each other and produced a thrilling match with Crewe Alexandra narrowly won 5-4 against Mossley Hill. Bethany Grice was on target twice for Crewe along with Meg Booth, Kerry Green and Emma Lambourne. Megan Brodie hit a hat-trick for Mossley but ended on the losing side, Nicola James scored their other.
Midlands Division One
With Loughborough Foxes on County Cup duty, Wolverhampton Wanderers halved their lead at the top to three points with a 6-1 victory over Solihull Ladies. Jade Cross led the scoring with a hat-trick to add to other goals from Jessica Davis, Laura McQuilkin and Amber Quick whilst Tanya Dickinson netted Solihull's consolation.
TNS Ladies moved into the top three after first half goals from Charlotte Canlett and Madison Jones gave them a 2-0 win against Steel City Wanderers.
Sporting Khalsa claimed their third league victory in a row when winning 2-0 away to Leicester City Ladies, thanks to a goal apiece from Megan Wilton and Jodie Bragan.
Michelle Marshall and Dani Saulter were on the scoresheet for Radcliffe Olympic as they bounced back up to fifth with a 2-1 victory over Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies.
South East Division One
AFC Wimbledon are continuing to stretch the pace at the top and stay three points clear following their 4-0 victory over Stevenage Ladies. Emma Keady, Kelly-Jade Whelan, Hannah Searle and Laura Low were all on target for the Dons.
Cambridge Utd remain hard on their heels in second place, thanks to a 5-1 win away to Denham Utd in which Laura Bright, Emma Jenkins, Rosie Kmita, Dawn Mallett and Nicole Perschky all scored.
Luton Town completed a good week for themselves by beating Enfield Town 5-0. Jess McKay and Joanne Rutherford both netted twice and they were joined on the scoresheet by Jodie Southby.
Actonians Ladies narrowly got the better of Norwich City in a nine-goal thriller. Carla Williams netted twice including the winning goal for Actonians, with Sinthujah Sooriyakumar, Hannah Olofsson and Kartina Marshalleck adding the others. Norwich, who trailed 4-1 at one stage, replied through Natasha Snelling, Chelsea Garrett, Paige Shorten and Kyla Love.
Heather McDonnell led the scoring with a hat-trick as Milton Keynes Dons defeated Ipswich Town 5-3. Hannah Barrett and Leah Cudone scored the other goals for the Dons whilst Ipswich's replies came from Hollie Clement, Jade Henry and Roxanne Small.
Gillingham are beginning to gather pace and their 5-1 victory over Lowestoft Town leaves them just behind the leading teams, and with games in hand. Fliss Gibbons and Kallie Balfour each netted twice along with an own goal, Hannah Waters grabbing Lowestoft's consolation.
South West Division One
Chichester City are still blazing a trail at the top of the table after scoring nine times without reply past St Nicholas. Cherelle Khassal bagged a hat-trick, Jess Lewry and Molly Clark weighed in with braces and there was one apiece from Chloe Dowdell and Rebecca Barron.
Chichester lead by a single point from Plymouth Argyle who ran out 5-1 winners over Brislington. Danielle Barr, Mollie Taylor, Natasha Knapman, Ebony Dover and Katie Middleton were all on target for Argyle, with Kim Maggs replying.
Larkhall Athletic meanwhile won 2-1 against Exeter City to lift themselves into third place. Toni Blenkinsopp and a Carly Bryant penalty gave the Larks the points, Karolayne Alencar netted for Exeter.
Basingstoke Town are mid-table following their 7-2 victory over Shanklin. Katie Randell hit a hat-trick, Charlie Powell added a double and the tally was completed by Lindsey Beverley and Sarah Wentworth, while Gemma Woodford netted a brace for the Isle of Wight side.
Rachel Panting and Lucy Smith scored the goals for Maidenhead Utd in their narrow 2-1 win over Cheltenham Town, whose strike came from Ella Hitchcox.
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