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Northern Division One
Chester-le-Street Town are having a good season in Northern Division One and they are up into fourth place following their 3-0 victory over Leeds Ladies on Sunday. Anna Collin, Nichole Goundry-Havery and Rachel Kay scored the goals to give the Cestrians their third straight win in the league without conceding a goal.
Morecambe meanwhile made it four successes in their last six games when winning 5-2 away to Mossley Hill. Jodie Litherland, Megan Doherty, Becky Whitingham, Melissa Brown and Amy Cambray were all on the scoresheet for Morecambe, with Caroline Charlton and Amy Hughes replying.
Midlands Division One
Wolverhampton Wanderers defeated Steel City Wanderers 4-0 to narrow the gap to three points on leaders Loughborough Foxes, who did not play. Jade Cross gave Wolves an early lead which was doubled by an own goal, before Anna Perks and Harriet James went on to crown the win with further strikes during the second half.
Wolves moved back up to second after Sporting Khalsa were beaten 4-1 by in-form Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies. Leah Seivwright netted twice along with Maimee Morris and Annie Pritchard to hand the home side their ninth win in eleven games in all competitions, while Khalsa's consolation came from Stephanie Speck.
Radcliffe Olympic have re-entered the top four on the back of a 5-3 victory over Loughborough Students. Ashleigh Evans (2), Nicola Smyth, Alice Kempski and Kim Harford were the markswomen for Radcliffe, the students replying through Maria Cienfuegos, Rosanna Frith-Salem and Rebecca Hopkins.
TNS Ladies were held to a 3-3 draw by Solihull Ladies, who picked up an important point. Lia Lewis, Charlotte Canlett and Kim Bebbington all netted for TNS and on target for Solihull were Natalie Courtney, Carly Davies and Carly Brown.
Leicester City Ladies are battling hard to get out of the bottom two and they recorded their second straight win, 4-1 against Long Eaton Utd. Katie Bateman hit a hat-trick for Leicester along with an own goal, with Precious Hamilton replying.
South East Division One
Milton Keynes Dons extended their lead at the top to four points by winning 4-1 away to Ipswich Town. Hannah Barrett and Leah Cudone each netted twice for the Dons, with the home side's consolation coming from Lindsey Cooper.
Gillingham are one of the teams chasing after the leaders and they kept their title challenge on track, thanks to a 4-0 victory at Actonians Ladies. Fliss Gibbons netted two first half goals and she was joined on the scoresheet after the break by Jenny Newman and Beth Nugent.
South West Division One
With the top two not in action, Southampton Saints took the chance to narrow the gap with a 2-0 victory over Exeter City. Saints stalwart Krystal Whyte was her side's heroine as she netted a goal in each half to help maintain her side's unbeaten record.
In the other game, Brislington got back to winning ways with a 3-1 success away to Cheltenham Town. The home side went into the game in good form but an Amy Jefferies brace and Adele Brown gave Brislington the points, with Louise Fensome replying late on.
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