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Hull the new leaders
 Women's Football WPL Division 1 North News - 3 Mar 2017
Northern Division One
Hull City have gone top of the table for the first time this season following their 1-0 win away to Crewe Alexandra. A second half goal from Jo Symington earned Hull a result which takes them two points clear.
Chorley are back in second place after they were beaten for the third time in a row, 3-2 by Brighouse Town who gave their climb towards safety a huge boost. Cara Mahoney, Charlotte Proud and Jodie Redgrave all scored for Brighouse, with Kerry Nickson and Ruth Harrison replying.
Chester-le-Street Town strengthened their position in fourth by winning 2-0 at Tranmere Rovers, whose situation is beginning to look precarious. Katie Ellison and Brogan Prudhoe scored the goals for the in-form Cestrians who have now won six games in a row without conceding, in all competitions.
Morecambe leapt into the top six on the back of a 3-0 victory over Blackpool Wren Rovers. Beth Fisher, Becky Whitingham and Amy Cambray were all on target as the Lancashire side returned to form following two defeats.
Midlands Division One
The top of the table clash between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Loughborough Foxes fell victim to the weather on Sunday, meanwhile Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies are in third, their highest position of the season to date, following their 4-2 win over Solihull Ladies. Shannie Jennings, Louise Price and Leah Seivwright put them three ahead inside the opening half hour and Seivwright went on to complete her double after the break, with Carly Davies and Tanya Dickinson replying for Solihull.
Two late goals helped Radcliffe Olympic to a 3-1 success away to Leicester City Ladies. Chloe Trafford gave Radcliffe a lead which was cancelled out by Olivia Cornish, before Honor Cantrell and Ashleigh Evans scored in the last four minutes to secure the points for their side.
TNS Ladies returned from Steel City Wanderers with a 3-1 victory under their belts. TNS led at half time through a goal from Laura Morris with Sarah Middleton equalising just after the hour, Emily Ridge restored the visitors' lead with Kim Bebbington wrapping up the win late on.
Long Eaton Utd were another team with a successful trip to Yorkshire, winning 2-0 against Rotherham Utd. Both goals came in the opening half hour, from Nicola Emery and Cara Newton.
South East Division One
Milton Keynes Dons maintained their lead of four points at the top with a 1-0 victory over Enfield Town. Hannah Barrett scored the only goal of the game to earn the Dons their fifth league win on the trot.
Gillingham continue to head the chasing teams after they beat Denham Utd 2-0. Both goals came in a three minute spell during the second half, Jenny Newman giving them the lead with Charlotte Gurr adding the second.
Cambridge Utd and AFC Wimbledon occupy the next two places after battling out a 1-1 draw with has done neither team any favours. Nicole Perschky was on target for Cambridge, with Wimbledon replying through Katie Stanley.
Luton Town returned to winning ways with a 3-1 victory over Norwich City, who remain at the foot of the table. Joanne Rutherford netted twice and Lucy Webster the other for Luton, with Norwich's consolation coming from Kyla Love.
Stevenage Ladies gave their survival hopes a huge shot in the arm with a vital 1-0 success away to Lowestoft Town. The two teams went into the game level on points but a solitary strike from Donna McGuigan earned Stevenage their second win of the season.
South West Division One
Chichester City restored their lead of ten points by scoring five times without reply away to Basingstoke Town. Cherelle Khassal and Jess Lewry both scored in the opening ten minutes and in the second half, Charley Wilson-Blakely and Kerrie Ryan further extended their lead before Lewry netted her second.
Keynsham Town have returned into the top three, thanks to a 7-0 victory over Shanklin. Katie Cook scored two of the goals and she was joined on the scoresheet by Jade Lorton-Radburn, Nadine Grogan, Alys Hinchcliffe, Hannah Davies and Justine Lorton-Radburn.
Larkhall Athletic claimed their second victory in successive weeks when a free kick by Michelle Munro earned them a 1-0 win away to Maidenhead Utd.
St Nicholas moved themselves closer towards mid-table with a 5-2 victory at Exeter City. Adele Hooper was on target twice along with Jodie Arkell, Sophie Sweet and Samantha Hollis, Amber Guy-Kemp and Millie Pearce replying for the home side.


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