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Northern Division One
Leaders Chorley went down to their second defeat in successive weeks when they were beaten 4-2 by Chorley. Katie Thompson, Ellie Harding, Rebecca Beech and Ellie Wilkinson all scored for Hull who are now one point off the pace, while Chorley found the net through Rachel Wood and Sam Cadwallader.
Guiseley Vixens won 5-2 at Morecambe to strengthen their position in second. Debbie Hastings, Chantelle O'Hara, Olivia Thackray, Emily Scott and an own goal earned Guiseley the points, Emma Kay and Becky Whitingham replying.
Liverpool Marshalls Feds received a dent to their hopes of catching up ground on the leading sides when they were held to a 2-2 draw by Blackpool Wren Rovers. Amy Seagraves put the Feds in front on the half hour, before Abby Pullen and Nikki Berko ensured that Wren Rovers led at half time. Midway through the second half, Chantelle Thompson levelled matters once again and the points were shared.
Brighouse Town are back out of the bottom two at the expense of Mossley Hill after defeating them 4-0, courtesy of a goal apiece in the first half from Lauren Doyle, Demi Pringle, Charlotte Proud and Jodie Redgrave.
Midlands Division One
Sporting Khalsa remain in third place in the table after their meeting with Solihull Ladies ended in a 1-1 draw. A win would have taken Khalsa back into the top two but they had to settle for a goal from Jodie Lewis, with Victoria Gutteridge on target for Solihull.
Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies are up to fourth following their 5-3 success away to Leicester City Ladies. Justine Buckmire (2), Maimee Morris, Emily Painter and Charlotte Fisher netted the goals to put a halt to Leicester's mini revival, despite a Katie Bateman brace and Carmelina Colange.
South East Division One
County Cup duties meant that only one match was played in the division on Sunday, Gillingham continuing their charge up the table with a 9-0 victory over Norwich City. Charlotte Gurr spearheaded the result with a five-goal haul, Jade Keogh weighed in with a brace while Rosie Kmita and Jenny Newman added the others to take the Gills in second place, above Cambridge Utd on goal difference.
South West Division One
Plymouth Argyle narrowed the gap on leaders Chichester City to seven points by beating Keynsham Town 5-2. Danielle Barr and Tori Marks netted two goals apiece and Natasha Knapman the other for Argyle, while Keynsham replied through Katie Cook and Nadine Grogan.
Larkhall Athletic were 4-3 winners in a thrilling and eventful local derby over Brislington, moving themselves back above their opponents into fifth place. Katy-May O'Hara-Nash was on target twice for the Larks along with Kate German and Michelle Munro, Brislington responding with a goal each from Zoe Gunter, Amy Jefferies and Kim Maggs.
Basingstoke Town notched up their third win of the season, 2-0 against Shanklin. Helen Ogle and Katie Randell scored the goals to end a run of four consecutive league defeats for the Hampshire side.
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