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Wolves win battle with Foxes
 Women's Football News 4 Nov 2016
Northern Division One
Sarah Danby scored twice as leaders Guiseley Vixens came from behind to beat Mossley Hill 3-2 and remain one point ahead at the top of table. Guiseley had taken a fifteenth minute lead through Abbie McIver but bottom of the table Mossley, who continue to improve, hit back with goals from Nikki James and Amy Hughes which saw them ahead at half time, before Danby's second half double.
Chorley are still a single point behind Guiseley in second place following their 2-1 victory over Lancashire rivals Morecambe. Ruth Harrison put Chorley in front ten minutes on the clock and Rachel Wood sealed the win with the second, three minutes from time, despite Emma Kay netting an injury time consolation for Morecambe.
Hull City stay in third but were dealt a setback when they were beaten 4-2 by Chester-le-Street Town. Laura Hockaday, with a brace, Chloe Johnson and Rae Taylor were on target for the sixth placed Cestrians, with Hull replying through Ellie Harding and Jo Symington.
Five different players were on the scoresheet as fourth placed Liverpool Marshalls Feds ran out 5-0 winners over Crewe Alexandra. Charlotte Apps opened the scoring with Amy Seagraves, Chantelle Thompson and Rosie Kinvig adding further goals for the Feds ahead of half time, with Carina Mendes completing the scoring early in the second half.
The result means that Liverpool Feds stay just ahead on goal difference from Leeds Ladies, who won 3-1 away to Yorkshire rivals Brighouse Town. Eden Pedersen, Jodie Hunter and Caroline Omboyi bagged the goals for Leeds while Brighouse's consolation came from Jodie Redgrave.
Blackpool Wren Rovers had a good trip to the Wirral as they defeated Tranmere Rovers 4-0. Nikki Berko led the scoring with a hat-trick and Caroline Wilcock added the other goal. 
Midlands Division One
Wolverhampton Wanderers emerged as 2-1 victors from the top of the table clash with Loughborough Foxes on Sunday. Wolves' goals came in a three minute spell during the first half from Jade Cross and Amber Quick and after Emma Pilling pulled one back for the Foxes after the break. the home side pushed hard for an equaliser but were repelled by a determined Wolves defence and goalkeeper Hattie James in fine form. Loughborough hold on to the leadership on goal difference from Wolves following the result.
There is now a six point gap between the top two and third placed, which has been claimed by Radcliffe Olympic after they scored thirteen times without reply past Leicester City Ladies. Ashleigh Evans and Brogan Jones scored four times apiece and the tally was completed by Lucy Webster (2), Kim Harford, Alex Saulter and Laura Turner.
TNS Ladies returned to form with a 6-0 victory away to Loughborough Students. Emily Ridge and Stacey Garnham each netted braces, to add to other goals from Laura Morris and Madison Jones.
Solihull Ladies leapfrogged Rotherham Utd in the table after beating them 4-0 in their meeting. Solihull never looked back after taking a first minute lead through Layla Salter, with Victoria Grieve netting a goal in each half and Carly Davies also getting on the scoresheet.
Birmingham & West Midlands meanwhile edged out Steel City Wanderers by the odd goal in seven, a result which lifts them out of the bottom two. All of their goals came during the first half, Leah Seivwright scoring twice along with Justine Buckmire and Gemma Horne while Cheryl Mawhood (2) and Sarah Doyle replied for the Steels. 
South East Division One
Cambridge Utd have replaced AFC Wimbledon as leaders after beating them 1-0 in their top of the table clash. Nicole Perschky grabbed the only goal of the game which sees the U's go two points ahead of the Dons.
Actonians Ladies are a further two points behind in third place following their 3-0 victory over Lowestoft Town in which Sinead Friel, Emma Mulhern and Lafe Uche were all on target.
Milton Keynes Dons ran out 4-0 winners away to Stevenage Ladies and move up to fourth as a result. Leah Cudone netted two of the goals and there was one apiece from Hannah Barrett and Heather McDonnell.
Denham Utd once again proved to be a difficult place to go for one of the higher placed teams, this time Luton Town who were beaten 1-0 by the home side with Alissa Down scoring the game's solitary goal.
Gillingham are still the division's only unbeaten team and have games in hand on the teams above them. Jade Keogh and Kallie Balfour each bagged doubles as the Gills won 6-0 away to Ipswich Town, Fliss Gibbons and April Bowers also getting on the scoresheet.
Enfield Town claimed their second league victory of the season when strikes from Claire Ford and Danielle Smith gave them a 2-1 victory over Norwich City, who had earlier taken the lead through Katherine Simonson. 
South West Division One
Plymouth Argyle made sure of a swift return to the top of the table by scoring eight times without reply against Maidenhead Utd. Remarkably, all of Plymouth's goals were scored in the second half, Natasha Knapman and Ezme Wells each netting twice in the last ten minutes along with one apiece from Amber Pollock, Reebecca Atkins and Katie Middleton plus an own goal.
Keynsham Town and Southampton Saints battled out a goalless draw which means they stay fourth and third respectively. Geovana Alves twice went close to scoring for Keynsham whilst at the other end, Hannah Christer made two good saves to deny former team mate Leanne Lapham.
Brislington meanwhile continued their resurgence in form and have moved into the top five following their 3-1 success away to Shanklin. Zoe Gunter netted two first half goals for Brislington and Georgia Vandries was also on target, with the home side's consolation coming from Danielle Merryfield.
After six defeats in a row, Cheltenham Town broke their duck when beating St Nicholas 2-1. The visitors took a first half lead through Tammi Bennett but Ella Hitchcox levelled for Cheltenham just after the half hour and Sophie Wyatt scored the winner early in the second half.



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