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Northern Division One
Chorley have edged a further point ahead at the top of the table following their 1-1 draw with Morecambe. Melissa Ball did give Chorley the lead midway through the first half but eleven minutes before half time, Megan Doherty ensured that the all-Lancashire clash finished level and Chorley's advantage is now four points.
Liverpool Marshalls Feds are back in the top four after picking up a narrow 3-2 victory over third placed Hull City. Charlotte Gill opened the scoring for the Feds on the half hour and second half strikes from Roisin Havelin and Abby Pope sealed the points, despite Hull replying through Misty Russell and Emily Smith.
Chester-le-Street Town ran out 5-0 winners over Tranmere Rovers to lift themselves up into the top half of the table. Beth Allison, Laura Hockaday, Chloe Johnson, Amy Kelly and Brogan Prudhoe all scored a goal apiece for the Cestrians.
Midlands Division One
Only one match went ahead in the division on Sunday and it saw Radcliffe Olympic win 3-2 against Solihull Ladies. Alice Kempski, Rania Ramadan and Laura Turner were all on target for Radcliffe, who climb back into fifth place as a result, while Solihull replied through Carly Brown and an own goal.
South West Division One
A second half scoring spree saw Keynsham Town run out 7-0 winners away to local rivals St Nicholas and go back up into third place. The first half ended goalless but Katie Cook broke the deadlock seven minutes after the restart and the striker went on to score her second hat-trick against St Nicholas in successive seasons. Justine Lorton-Radburn chipped in with a brace whilst Jade Radburn and Geovana Alves also got on target.
Cheltenham Town meanwhile registered their fourth victory in five league games when they defeated Shanklin 4-1. Ria Salleh bagged a hat-trick for Cheltenham, who are now in mid-table, and Ella Hitchcox added the other goal.
All matches in the Northern and Southern Divisions, as well as South East Division One, were postponed.
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