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Northern Division One
Hull City have opened up a lead of three points after winning 3-0 against Crewe Alexandra. The two teams were meeting for the second week running and Hull completed a double with goals from Katie Thompson, Ellie Harding and Rebecca Beech. However the game was marred when Crewe midfielder Emma Lambourne suffered a broken ankle and we would like to wish her a speedy recovery.
Guiseley Vixens moved back into second place and have four games in hand following their 4-0 victory over Blackpool Wren Rovers. Olivia Thackray was on target twice for Guiseley along with Charlotte Blythe and Sarah Danby.
Morecambe continue to climb the table and have replaced Leeds Ladies in fifth place after beating them 7-4 in a high scoring affair. Emma Kay spearheaded the win for the Lancashire side with a four-goal haul and there was one apiece from Beth Fisher, Emily Hutton and Megan Doherty. Veatriki Sarri hit a hat-trick for Leeds but ended up on the losing side, Matina Petrova adding their other goal.
Brighouse Town may well be setting their sights on a top half place after notching up their third victory in a row. A second half goal from Jodie Redgrave earned Brighouse a 1-0 win away to Liverpool Marshalls Feds, damaging the home side's hopes of challenging for a top two place.
Midlands Division One
Loughborough Foxes returned to action by scoring nine times without reply against Leicester City Ladies and this result has taken them six points clear at the top. Rebecca-Jane Knight bagged a hat-trick, Charlotte Cooper weighed in with a double and there was one apiece from Becky Matlock, Laura Steele, Chloe Young and Eva Rogers.
The only other game to go ahead in the division was at Steel City Wanderers where the home side won 3-2 against Long Eaton Utd. A first half brace from Millie Kenyon put the Steels two goals ahead at half time with Amy Pashley pulling one back on the hour. Sarah Middleton then scored what proved to be the winner for Steel City, despite Pashley netting her second shortly afterwards.
South East Division One
With leaders Milton Keynes Dons not in action, Gillingham narrowed the gap on them to a single point when they defeated Enfield Town 6-0. Fliss Gibbons gave the Gills a first minute lead and went on to score a hat-trick, also on target were Rosie Kmita, Jade Keogh and Jenny Newman.
AFC Wimbledon are back in the top three following their 5-1 victory away to Stevenage Ladies. Katie Stanley and Rebecca Sargent were both on target twice with Laura Low adding the other, Donna McGuigan netting a consolation for the home side.
South West Division One
Only one match managed to survive the weather on the weekend, at Keynsham Town where the home side scored seven times without reply against Cheltenham Town. Cristina Vega Leandro led the scoring with a five-goal haul and Justine Lorton-Radburn added the other two for third placed Keynsham.
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