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Northern Division One
Chorley have taken over as the new leaders of Northern Division One following their 4-1 victory over Crewe Alexandra. Sam Cadwallader, Rachel Wood and Scarlet Smith gave Chorley a three-goal lead going into half time and Wood netted her second early after the restart, before Meg Booth replied for Crewe on the hour.
Leeds Ladies are back up to fifth after winning 5-2 away to Mossley Hill. Veatriki Sarri and Harriet Jakeman each scored twice for Leeds along with Simona Petkova, while Amy Hughes and Nikki James were on target for the home side.
Morecambe meanwhile came away from Tranmere Rovers with a 1-0 win under their belts. Melissa Brown scored the only goal of the game whilst goalkeeper Natalie Saunders also saved a penalty for the Lancashire side.
Midlands Division One
Loughborough Foxes have opened up a lead of eight points at the top but only after winning a bizarre game 10-4 away to Steel City Wanderers. Charlotte Cooper netted a hat-trick for the Foxes, who were seven goals ahead at half time, while Becky Matlock, Laura Steele and Emma Pilling each weighed in with braces and Chloe Young completed their tally. The Steels replied with a hat-trick from Cheryl Mawhood and Lauren Brown was also on target.
Sporting Khalsa are back in second place following their 4-2 victory over Rotherham Utd. Jodie Lewis netted twice for Khalsa along with Lyndsey Glover and Lauren Walker, while Rotherham responded through Bradie Wild and Libby Hallam.
TNS Ladies made sure of keeping pace with the leading sides, thanks to an 8-2 win against Leicester City Ladies. Chloe Wilkinson and Madison Jones each netted twice for TNS along with Emily Ridge, Laura Morris, Emma Roden and an own goal. Sarah Burbidge and Aleksander Janicka replied with goals for Leicester.
Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies continue to climb the table and are up to fifth after scoring five times without reply past Loughborough Students, bringing the total of goals on the day in the division to 35 in four games. Leah Seivwright hit a hat-trick, with Justine Buckmire and Jodie McDonagh adding the others to seal their team's sixth league win on the trot.
South East Division One
Actonians Ladies are only three points off the pace following their 1-0 success away to Ipswich Town. Melissa Jung scored the only goal of the game for Actonians who are still in fourth place.
Luton Town returned to the top five places after they defeated Denham Utd 3-2. Jodie Bellinger, Erica Byron and Lucy Webster were all on target for Luton, with Denham replying through Alissa Down and Aimee Durn.
Stevenage Ladies celebrated their first Premier League victory at the 12th attempt when they won 1-0 against Norwich City. A solitary strike from Kristina O'Connell was enough to give Stevenage the points and move them out of the bottom two at the expense of their opponents.
South West Division One
Chichester City have powered four points clear at the top of the table after scoring fourteen times without reply against Shanklin. Charley Wilson-Blakely led the spree with a six-goal haul and Chloe Dowdell weighed in with a further five, with a Becky Barron brace and an own goal rounding off the scoring for the leaders.
Southampton Saints replaced Larkhall Athletic in third place after triumphing 6-2 in their meeting at Sholing. Nicole Matthews bagged a hat-trick, Krystal Whyte added a brace and Alisha Buckingham was also on target for the Saints, who remain unbeaten, while the Larks scored through Lizzie Barratt and Kate German.
Cheltenham Town are up into mid-table following their 2-1 victory over Basingstoke Town. Ella Hitchcox and Ria Salleh scored the goals for Cheltenham, with Charlie Powell replying.
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