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Huddersfield Town have regained the leadership of the Northern Division after winning 1-0 away to Derby County.
With Blackburn Rovers on County Cup duty, Huddersfield took the opportunity to climb back above them when Emily Heckler scored the only goal of the game, ten minutes into the second half.
Middlesbrough meanwhile made it three wins on the trot when beating West Bromwich Albion and this has taken them up to third. All of the goals came during the second half, Holly Manders opening the scoring seven minutes after the restart and 'Boro went on to seal the points thanks to Ellie Dobson, Leonie Hutchinson and Emma Foster.
A win would have taken Nottingham Forest to the top of the table but they were pegged back to a 2-2 draw by Leicester City Women, who now lie one place below them in fifth. Forest twice took the lead with goals from Samantha Conroy and Natasha Hudson but Leicester hit back on each occasion, earning themselves a share of the spoils courtesy of Natalie Johnson and Leigh Dugmore.
Guiseley Vixens claimed their first point of the season with a 3-3 draw against Stoke City. In a see-saw game at Nethermoor Park, Stoke took a first half lead through Ashleigh Hayes but Guiseley responded with a brace from Chantelle O'Hara which ensured they were in front at the break. Hayes then netted her second in the opening minute of the second half to level things up again and Hannah Keryakoplis scored what looked to be the winner for Stoke soon afterwards, until Alarna Fuller grabbed an equaliser for Guiseley deep into injury time.
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