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Middlesbrough regain leadership
 Women's Football News 9 Nov 2016
Northern Division
Middlesbrough have returned to the top of the table following a 3-1 victory over third placed Fylde Ladies in the only match played in the division. Bianca Owens gave 'Boro the lead just before half time and Rebekah Bass doubled their advantage ten minutes after the break. Owens then scored her second to seal the points for her side, before Natasha Flint grabbed a consolation for the Coasters. 
Northern Division One
Guiseley Vixens have powered four points clear following their 5-1 victory away to Leeds Ladies. Elizabeth White, Olivia Thackray, Alarna Fuller, Olivia Dacosta and Sarah Danby all scored a goal apiece for Guiseley, with Simona Petkova replying.
Blackpool Wren Rovers are in the top half of the table after battling out a 3-3 draw with Crewe Alexandra, who picked up another important point. Meg Booth gave Crewe an early lead with Wren Rovers hitting back to go ahead by the break through Abby Pullen and Louise Gibbins. Beth Grice levelled matters a minute after the restart and after Rachel Warren had put Blackpool in front once more, Amanda Fallon responded with a goal which was to earn Crewe a share of the spoils.
Honours were also even at Morecambe where the home side drew 1-1 with Brighouse Town. Megan Doherty was on target for Morecambe, with Brighouse replying through Charlotte Proud. 
Midlands Division One
Sporting Khalsa returned to the top three with a 2-0 victory away to Loughborough Students, thanks to a goal apiece from Lyndsey Glover and Lauren Walker.
Long Eaton Utd meanwhile replaced Solihull Ladies in mid-table after beating them 2-1. Precious Hamilton and Cara Newton were on target for Long Eaton during the first half, with Georgia Jones replying after the break.
Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies increased the gap between themselves and the bottom two places to five points when they defeated TNS Ladies 4-2. TNS did lead 2-1 at the break with goals from Madison Jones and Emily Ridge but a Gemma Horne brace, Justine Buckmire and Annie Pritchard ensured that the home side secured the victory. 
South East Division One
A 3-2 victory over Enfield Town has taken Cambridge Utd five points clear at the top of the table. Rosie Kmita, Nicole Perschky and Evangeline Gallop netted the goals for the U's, with Claire Ford and Danielle Smith replying.
Milton Keynes Dons moved into third place on the back of a 7-0 win against Denham Utd. Leah Cudone and Heather McDonnell led the scoring with two goals apiece along with Hannah Barrett, Charly Clarke and an own goal. 
South West Division One
Only one match took place in the division on Sunday, at Larkhall Athletic where the home side moved back into the top three by easing to a 5-1 victory over Maidenhead Utd. Kate German led the spree with a four-goal haul and an own goal completed the tally, while the visitors' consolation came from Lauren May.



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