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Blackburn Rovers are three points clear in the Northern Division after winning the top of the table clash 2-1 against Fylde Ladies. Faye McCoy netted both goals for Blackburn, with Fylde replying through Jenna Carroll. Middlesbrough sit third following their 6-1 victory at Newcastle Utd, Bianca Owens, Emily Scarr and Ellie Dobson each netted twice. Improving Huddersfield Town are now in the top half after beating Bradford City 2-1, Kate Mallin and Emily Heckler scoring after Hannah Campbell had given Bradford the lead. Meg Bowyer scored a second half equaliser to earn Stoke City 1-1 draw with Nottingham Forest at the Bet365 Stadium, Andi Bell having earlier put Forest in front.
Eartha Pond scored two long range efforts and Bianca Baptiste the other as Southern Division leaders Tottenham Hotspur defeated Queen's Park Rangers 3-0. Charlton Athletic are back in second following their 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace, with Cardiff City Ladies just behind after beating Swindon Town 4-0. Lisa Fulgence netted both goals as Portsmouth won 2-1 away to Lewes, whose consolation came from Rebecca Carter, whilst West Ham Utd notched up their first victory, 1-0 against C & K Basildon thanks to a late goal from Jay Blackie.
Northern Division One
Guiseley Vixens have a four point lead at the top of Northern Division One after an Olivia Thackray brace, Alarna Fuller and Emily Scott gave them a 4-0 victory at Brighouse Town. Chorley won 3-2 at Blackpool Wren Rovers and stay second, just ahead of Hull City who beat Leeds Ladies 2-0 thanks to two Emily Smith goals. Beth Grice and Stephanie Holmes scored respectively as Crewe Alexandra shared a 1-1 draw with Tranmere Rovers and Liverpool Marshalls Feds won 1-0 against Mossley Hill, Roisin Havelin was on target.
Midlands Division One
Leaders Loughborough Foxes scored twelve without reply against Loughborough Students to preserve their three point lead over Wolverhampton Wanderers, who defeated Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies 5-2. Laura McQuilkin, Anna Perks, Jade Cross, Dominique Luke and Vicky Brackenbury all scored for Wolves after Jodie McDonagh and Annie Pritchard had put the visitors two ahead. Sporting Khalsa meanwhile made it four wins on the trot when beating TNS Ladies 5-1 and this has lifted them up to third, just ahead of Radcliffe Olympic who won 4-1 at Long Eaton Utd thanks to Alice Kempski, Rania Ramadan, Beth Bailey and Dani Saulter, Precious Hamilton replying. Millie Kenyon and Sarah Doyle were on target for Steel City Wanderers in their 2-0 success at Rotherham Utd.
South East Division One
Becky Taylor scored twice and Nicole Perschky the other as Cambridge Utd won 3-1 at Stevenage Ladies to take over the leadership in South East Division One. They replace AFC Wimbledon who went down to their first defeat of the season, 4-1 to Denham Utd. Actonians Ladies are in third after Katrina Duncan, Melissa Jung and Carla Williams gave them a 3-1 win against Enfield Town. Milton Keynes Dons defeated Luton Town 5-1 and Ipswich Town won 3-2 against Lowestoft Town with goals from Natasha Thomas (2) and Georgie Morton.
South West Division One
Plymouth Argyle are the new leaders in South West Division One after beating Exeter City 6-0. Natasha Knapman hit a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Mollie Taylor, Ezme Wells and Katie Middleton. Keynsham Town entered the top three by winning 4-1 at Brislington, Katie Cook (2), Alys Hinchcliffe and Justine Lorton-Radburn scoring their goals with Kim Maggs replying. Sophie Sweet scored twice and Kirsten Prior the other as St Nicholas notched up a fine 3-0 victory over Larkhall Athletic. Helen Ogle and Katie Randell netted for Basingstoke Town in their 2-2 draw with Maidenhead Utd.
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