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One match was played in the Northern Division on Sunday and it saw West Bromwich Albion move out of the bottom two with a 2-0 victory over Nottingham Forest 2-0. Substitute Hazzana Parnell was the heroine for Albion as she came off the bench to score both goals within the final fourteen minutes.
The teams who occupied the bottom two positions ahead of the game met each other in the solitary match in the division. Swindon Town were to lift themselves two places up the table by scoring seven times without reply against Queen's Park Rangers. Amy Watham led the scoring for the Wiltshire side with a hat-trick, Sam Hallsworth weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Sandy Abi-Elias and Ellie Maynard.
Northern Division One
Chorley closed the gap to within a single point of leaders Guiseley Vixens by winning 3-1 against Chester-le-Street Town, who remain in mid-table. Charlotte Higginson and Vicky Coope put Chorley two ahead inside the opening ten minutes before Jennifer King wrapped up the points with the third goal during the second half.
Midlands Division One
Sporting Khalsa stretched their good run in the league to four successive victories when they defeated Long Eaton Utd 4-1. Megan Wilton and Jodie Bragan each netted twice with Amy Pashley replying, but Sporting were also indebted to goalkeeper Toni Parkes who pulled off a string of superb saves to help guide her team to victory.
South East Division One
AFC Wimbledon are back on top of the table again after they shared a 1-1 draw with Gillingham. The Gills, who remain the division's only unbeaten team, did take a seventeenth minute lead through Jade Keogh but the Dons hit back just after the half hour with an equaliser from Emma Keady and the points were shared.
South West Division One
Southampton Saints' very promising start to the season continued on Sunday and they are back in the top three following their 5-3 victory over Brislington. Becki Bath spearheaded the win for the Saints by bagging a hat-trick while Catherine Browning and Leanne Lapham were also on target, Brislington replying with strikes from Zoe Gunter, Polly Wardle and Sophie Whelan.
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