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Northern Division One
With leaders Guiseley Vixens on FA Cup duty, Chorley took the opportunity to narrow their lead to three points with a 1-0 success away to Leeds Ladies, Rachel Wood scoring the only goal of the game.
Blackpool Wren Rovers have moved into the top five on the back of a 2-0 victory over Crewe Alexandra. The first half ended goalless, before two Nikki Berko goals sealed the points for Wren Rovers.
Morecambe meanwhile ran out 5-1 winners over Chester-le-Street Town. Megan Doherty and Emma Kay each netted braces and Becky Whittingham was also on target, with Rachel Mellor replying.
After nine straight defeats, Mossley Hill got themselves off the mark when beating Tranmere Rovers 5-2 in their local derby. Amy Hughes netted twice along with Caroline Charlton, Kirstie Pickin and Erin Slade while Tranmere found the net through Amie Neale and an own goal.
Midlands Division One
Sporting Khalsa hold on to second place but are still five points adrift of leaders Loughborough Foxes after battling out a 2-2 draw with Steel City Wanderers. Mercy Darkoah and Cheryl Mawhood were on target for the Steels, with Khalsa replying through Stephanie Speck and Megan Wilton.
TNS Ladies cemented their position in the top half of the table after Chloe Wilkinson, Lia Lewis and an own goal gave them a 3-1 victory over Loughborough Students, whose reply came from Rebecca Stopforth.
The mid-table clash between Long Eaton Utd and Rotherham Utd ended with honours even as the sides shared six goals. Nat Shaw hit a hat-trick for Rotherham but her team had to settle for a point due to Long Eaton scoring through Lucie Johnstone, Precious Hamilton and Cara Newton.
South East Division One
Actonians Ladies lost a little ground on the leaders when they were beaten 4-2 by Denham Utd. Lauren Cox (2), Helen Capewell and Jennifer Banfield were all on target for Denham, with Alessandra Barreca and Carla Williams replying.
Stevenage Ladies drew for the second week in succession but it was not quite enough to take them off the bottom of the table, they are now level on points with two other teams after their meeting with Enfield Town finished goalless.
South West Division One
In the solitary match to be played, St Nicholas claimed their second victory of the season, a 5-2 success against Cheltenham Town which moves them up the table. Jodie Arkell, on as a second half substitute, scored a hat-trick to spearhead the win and she was joined on the scoresheet by Sophie Sweet and Megan Bloomer. Jen Brown-Wealls and Annie Martin were on target in reply.
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