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Midlands Division One
Leaders Loughborough Foxes were stunned by a 5-1 defeat at the hands of Long Eaton Utd, who have climbed back up to fifth in the table. Cara Newton led the scoring for Long Eaton with a hat-trick and Precious Hamilton weighed in with the other two, while the Foxes' consolation came from Chloe Young.
Rotherham Utd meanwhile ran out 6-1 winners away to Leicester City Ladies, who remain in the bottom two. An own goal gave Rotherham an early lead and Nat Shaw went on to score her fourth hat-trick of the season, with Bradie Wild contributing a brace.
Northern Division One
Blackpool Wren Rovers' run of wins was brought to a halt by Leeds Ladies, who moved back into fourth place with a 5-1 victory. Wren Rovers did take the lead through Nikki Berko but two goals by Veatriki Sarri turned matters around in Leeds' favour by half time. Arianne Parnham and Helen Wagstaff put them further ahead after the break, before Sarri completed her hat-trick with three minutes remaining.
The two teams at the foot of the table met each other in a vital clash and it was Mossley Hill who ran out 4-0 winners, to lift themselves off the bottom at the expense of Tranmere Rovers. Megan Brodie was on target twice for Mossley, along with Erin Slade and Paige Whitehead.
All scheduled matches in South East Division One and South West Division One were postponed.
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