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Northern Division One
Mossley Hill produced a superb result to beat leaders Chorley 2-1 and lift themselves out of the bottom two places for the first time this season. Amy Fisher and Megan Dykes scored the goals for Mossley, with Sam Cadwallader replying for Chorley who stay four points clear at the top.
Hull City have gone level on points with second placed Guiseley Vixens following their 2-2 draw against Liverpool Marshalls Feds. Katie Thompson and Ellie Harding were on target for Hull, with the Feds responding through Charlotte Gill and Amy Seagraves.
Leeds Ladies bounced back to form with a 5-1 victory over Blackpool Wren Rovers. Arianne Parnham, Veatriki Sarri, Harriet Jakeman, Simona Petkova and Matina Petrova all scored for Leeds, while Wren Rovers' consolation strike came from Robyn Hodkin.
Crewe Alexandra were another team in the bottom four to pick up an important victory when they defeated Morecambe 3-0. Laura Garner, Beth Grice and Georgina Stebbings were the markswomen for Crewe, all three goals coming in the second half.
Midlands Division One
The weather badly hit the fixture programme in Midlands Division One with only one of the scheduled six matches going ahead on Sunday.
Loughborough Students ended their losing run of fourteen matches when they held Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies to a 2-2 draw. Rosanna Frith-Salem and Rebecca Stopforth scored the goals for the students, with Justine Buckmire netting twice in reply.
South East Division One
The top three all saw their matches postponed over the weekend and Gillingham were the team to capitalise on this, moving up to fourth with a 10-1 victory over Luton Town. Fliss Gibbons led the scoring with a five-goal haul and Charlotte Gurr weighed in with a hat-trick, while April Bowers and Catherine Cooper also got on the scoresheet for the Gills. Jo Rutherford netted Luton's consolation goal.
Enfield Town leapfrogged Denham Utd into mid-table after beating them 2-0. Lisa Kline and Stavroulla Panayiotou netted the goals to give Enfield victory over their Middlesex rivals.
Lowestoft Town are off the bottom of the table following their 1-0 success away to Stevenage Ladies. Hannah Waters grabbed the only goal of the game for Lowestoft who have gone level on points with their opponents.
South West Division One
Chichester City rounded off a good work for their club by following up a midweek victory over Southampton Saints with a 3-0 win against Maidenhead Utd, which keeps them ten points clear. Molly Clark and Charley Wilson-Blakely followed up their midweek hat-tricks by getting on the scoresheet again, with Jess Lewry adding the other goal.
Plymouth Argyle now look to be the only team which can challenge Chichester and they kept their hopes alive with a 4-0 success away to Larkhall Athletic. Argyle never looked back after Natasha Knapman gave them a second minute lead, Tori Marks netting either side of half time and Ebony Dover curling home an excellent free kick for the fourth.
Southampton Saints bounced back well from their midweek disappointment and won 3-2 against Cheltenham Town to hold on to third place. Becki Bath netted twice and Nicole Matthews added the other to give Saints the edge in a thrilling match, Cheltenham replying through Ella Hitchcox and Suze Berry.
Keynsham Town ran out 6-2 winners away to Basingstoke Town. Katie Cook and Cristina Vega Leandro each netted twice along with Justine Lorton-Radburn and Jade Lorton-Radburn, Helen Ogle bagging a brace in reply.
Brislington notched up their second victory in successive weeks when scoring six times without reply past Exeter City. Kim Maggs and Georgia Vandries were each on target twice, with Sophie Whelan and Emily Plummer adding the others.
St Nicholas moved themselves closer towards mid-table when beating Shanklin 3-1. Chloe Brown, Adele Hooper and Sophie Sweet netted a goal apiece, with Katy Rawlinson replying.
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