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Northern Division One
Hull City have moved into second place, one point behind leaders Guiseley Vixens and ahead of Chorley on goal difference, following their 5-1 victory over Tranmere Rovers. Rebecca Beech led the scoring with a hat-trick and Hull's other markswomen were Ellie Harding and Emily Smith, with Charlotte Navarro replying.
Leeds Ladies meanwhile came from a goal behind at half time to beat Crewe Alexandra 2-1. Crewe led at the break through a strike from Amanda Fallon but in the second half, Simona Petkova and Harriet Jakeman turned the match around in Leeds' favour.
Midlands Division One
Loughborough Foxes maintained their lead of three points with a narrow 4-3 win against Long Eaton Utd. Audrey Moore bagged a brace for the Foxes, with one apiece from Shauna Chambers and Laura Steele, while Long Eaton's replies came from Precious Hamilton (2) and an own goal.
Second met third in a local derby and it was Wolverhampton Wanderers who were to emerge victorious, 3-0 over Sporting Khalsa. All of the goals came in the second half, Vicky Brackenbury giving Wolves the lead before Jade Cross and Andrea Whetton went on to seal the points.
Nat Shaw hit a hat-trick to spearhead Rotherham Utd's 6-0 victory over Leicester City Ladies. Shannon Ryan, Amy Pollock and Jemma White added the other goals to take their side up into mid-table.
Solihull Ladies meanwhile chalked up their second win of the season as they also netted six times without reply past Loughborough Students. Amie Chivers was on target twice for Solihull along with Georgia Jones, Charlotte Hughes, Tanya Dickinson and Joanna Pointon.
South West Division One
The top of the table clash in South West Division One fully lived up to its billing with Chichester City winning a thrilling match 5-4 against Plymouth Argyle to replace the Devon side as leaders. Chichester twice took the lead in the opening twenty minutes through Kerrie Ryan and Molly Clark with Katie Middleton and Natasha Knapman equalising on each occasion. Cherelle Khassal restored Chi's advantage before the break, which they increased through Jess Lewry and an own goal, before Plymouth staged a fightback. Danielle Barr and Ezme Wells reduced the arrears to a single goal but Chichester held out to take a one point lead over the home side.
Brislington put an end to their run of four straight league defeats and are back in the top half again following their 2-0 success away to Basingstoke Town. Zoe Gunter gave them a fifteenth minute lead and Georgia Vandries wrapped up the win with the second goal after the break.
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