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Northern Division One
Guiseley Vixens are just one point away from winning the title after they won 3-1 away to Chester-le-Street Town on Sunday. In the only match played in the division, goals from Sarah Danby, Debbie Hastings and Emily Scott ensured that Guiseley can only now be caught but not overhauled by Hull City and Liverpool Marshalls Feds. Nichola Goundry-Havery scored a consolation for the Cestrians who stay in fourth place.
Midlands Division One
Wolverhampton Wanderers' title chances took a huge blow as they were beaten 1-0 by Long Eaton Utd. A goal just before half time by Portia Badach meant that Long Eaton avenged their defeat by the same opponents seven days earlier and leaves Wolves seven points behind leaders Loughborough Foxes, with one game in hand and the two sides are set to meet in an important clash next Wednesday.
TNS Ladies continue to go from strength to strength and their fourth successive victory has left them in with a chance of challenging for a top three place in their first season in the league. Emily Ridge was on target four times and Charlotte Canlett added the other as TNS ran out 5-0 winners over Radcliffe Olympic.
South East Division One
Gillingham overcame another hurdle as they continue to close in on the title and head the table by ten points following their 1-0 win away to Stevenage Ladies. Jenny Newman scored the only goal of the game to break Stevenage's resistance midway through the second half and leave her side requiring six points from their final four games.
Cambridge Utd are now the only team with any realistic chance of challenging Gillingham and they are now in second place after they also won narrowly against Norwich City. In complete contrast to Gillingham's win, this was a high scoring affair with Cambridge edging out the Canaries by the odd goal in nine, Nicole Perschky netting twice along with Carrie Bennett, Laura Mills and Carolyn Sarafian. Ellen Swift (2), Aimee Durrant and Kyla Love replied for Norwich who still have seven games to play as they seek to climb out of the bottom two.
South West Division One
Plymouth Argyle are refusing to give up the chance as they attempt to chase after runaway leaders Chichester City with the season coming to a close. Argyle picked up maximum points from a double header against Southampton Saints to narrow the gap on the Sussex side to seven points, having played a game less. Tori Marks netted the only goal as Plymouth won the first meeting 1-0 and the return ended 3-0 in favour of the Devon side, Natasha Knapman was on target twice along with Rebecca Dandridge.
Keynsham Town are looking likely to finish in third after they scored seven times without reply past Shanklin. Cristina Vega Leandro led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Katie Cook, Justine Lorton-Radburn, Stephane Nascimento and Hannah Davies.
St Nicholas and Basingstoke Town meanwhile fought out an entertaining 4-4 draw. Jodie Arkell netted twice for St Nicholas and she was joined on the scoresheet by Lauren Ellis and Sophie Sweet, while Basingstoke replied through Helen Ogle, Jasmine Meichle, Katie Randell and an own goal.
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