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Northern Division One
Guiseley Vixens have returned to the top of the table on goal difference following their 2-0 victory over Chorley. Sarah Danby and Olivia Thackray netted the goals during the first half to take their team back above Hull City, who have played three games more than Guiseley.
Chester-le-Street Town's season continues to go from strength to strength and they have entered the top three after winning 2-1 away to Mossley Hill. Nichole Goundry-Havery and Laura Hockaday were on target for the Cestrians who move above Chorley into third, while the home side replied through Amy Hughes.
Liverpool Marshalls Feds meanwhile defeated Leeds Ladies to climb back up to fifth. Chantelle Thompson opened the scoring just after the half hour and Carina Mendes added a second before half time. Amy Seagraves and Abby Pope wrapped up the win for the Feds with further goals during the second half.
Midlands Division One
League leaders Loughborough Foxes returned to action with a difficult trip to Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies but maintained their lead of four points with a 4-0 victory. Rebecca-Jane Knight, Eva Rogers, Charlotte Cooper and Emma Pilling were all on target for the Foxes.
Sporting Khalsa stay in second place after they also won 4-0 against Loughborough Students. Jodie Lewis was on target twice for Khalsa along with Megan Wilton and Lauren Walker.
TNS Ladies moved up to fifth on the back of a 5-0 success away to Leicester City Ladies. Lia Lewis gave them the lead after twelve minutes and Madison Jones added a second leading up to half time. After the break, Kim Bebbington further extended their advantage and they went on to crown the win when Emily Ridge and Charlotte Canlett also got on the scoresheet.
Solihull Ladies are back out of the bottom two following a crucial 3-2 win at Rotherham Utd. Victoria Grieve opened the scoring for Solihull midway through the first half, with Amy Pollock equalising five minutes later. Natalie Courtney restored the lead after the break and Jessica Howard sealed the points with the third, despite Nicole Cooper pulling one back for the home side late on.
South East Division One
Gillingham are pulling away at the top of the table, going five points clear after scoring seven times without reply away to Enfield Town. Fliss Gibbons, Charlotte Gurr and Kallie Balfour netted two goals apiece for the Gills, with Rosie Kmita adding the other goal.
AFC Wimbledon's hopes took a huge blow as they were beaten 2-0 by Actonians Ladies, who are back in fifth place after scoring through Alessandra Barreca and Hannah Olofsson.
Actonians move above Luton Town who were leading Norwich City 1-0 with a goal from Zara Carroll when the match was abandoned after Norwich captain Kate Parsons suffered a knee injury. We wish her well.
Denham Utd ran out 5-0 winners over Lowestoft Town, who remain in the bottom two. Jennifer Banfield led the scoring for the Middlesex side with a hat-trick, while Natalie Murray and Aimee Durn joined her on the scoresheet.
Ipswich Town edged out Stevenage Ladies by the odd goal in five. Hollie Clement netted twice for Ipswich along with Aimee Harrison, while Stevenage replied through Rosy Woodhams and Bolu Fisher.
South West Division One
Chichester City now head the table by thirteen clear points after they defeated Exeter City 5-0. Molly Clark netted a goal in each half and also on target were Lucie Challen, Kally Ambler and Charley Wilson-Blakeley.
Plymouth Argyle returned into second place as they scored six times without reply past Maidenhead Utd. Natasha Knapman hit a hat-trick for Argyle, whose other goals came from Mollie Taylor, Danielle Barr and Becky Atkins.
Basingstoke Town picked up an important point from a 1-1 draw against Larkhall Athletic. Jasmine Meichle was on target for Basingstoke, with the Larks scoring through Lizzie Barratt.
Cheltenham Town got back to winning ways with a 4-0 success away to Shanklin. Ella Hitchcox bagged a brace for Cheltenham, with Ria Salleh and Jane Wiltshire also getting on the scoresheet.
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