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 Women's Football Club News - 23 Sep 2017
Middlesbrough have gone to the top of the Northern Division after beating Guiseley Vixens 3-1. Holly Manders, Emily Scarr and Leonie Hutchinson scored with Chantelle O'Hara replying. 'Boro lead by two points from Huddersfield Town who drew 2-2 with Bradford City, who went into a two-goal lead through Charlotte Stuart and Ellie White before Sarah Danby and Britanny Sanderson earned Huddersfield a point. Andi Bell was on target for Derby County in their 1-1 draw with Leicester City Women, who netted a late equaliser through Sophie Domingo. Stoke City are up into the top half following their 3-1 victory over previously unbeaten Nottingham Forest. Cassie Hyde, Kate Asher and Louise Roberts were all on target while Forest's consolation came from Kelly Darby. West Bromwich Albion won for the first time, 4-2 at Wolverhampton Wanderers. Nicole Dale, Gina Burton, Brodie Vincze and Leanne Mitchell all scored for Albion, with Leanne Robinson and Jade Cross replying.
Charlton Athletic extended their lead in the Southern Division to five points by winning 6-0 away to West Ham Utd. Charley Clifford bagged a brace and there was one apiece from Nicole Pepper, Kit Graham, Georgia Griffin and Emma Sherwood. C & K Basildon complete the top three following their 3-1 success at Gillingham, given to them by Jay Blackie, Danica Revell and April Bowers. Lewes maintained their good form by beating Crystal Palace 1-0, Danielle Lane scoring with ten minutes remaining to inflict a first defeat on their opponents. The South Coast meeting between Portsmouth and Chichester City finished level at 2-2, Chichester going two goals ahead through Charley Wilson-Blakely and Cherelle Khassal before Shannon Albuery and Molly Clark hit back for Pompey. Cardiff City Ladies are off the mark, they ran out 4-1 winners over Swindon Town.
Hull City remain one point ahead in Northern Division One following their 5-1 victory over Leeds Utd. Rebecca Beech, Sophie Stamp, Ellie Tanser, Katie Thompson and Jo Symington all netted a goal apiece, with Leeds' consolation coming from Matina Petrova. Carla Lee (2), Rosie Kinvig and Nicole Johnston were all on target as Liverpool Marshalls Feds defeated Mossley Hill 4-0 to remain in second, just ahead of Brighouse Town who were 3-0 winners away to Barnsley. Emma Dobson bagged a brace for Brighouse, with Aimi Beresford adding the other. Morecambe meanwhile maintained their promising start by winning at Chorley, Emma Kay scoring the only goal of the game, Chester-le-Street Town notched up their first win, 3-2 against Newcastle Utd thanks to Nichole Goundry-Havery, Maddy Atkinson and an own goal. Beth Gardener and Siobhan Jones were on the scoresheet for Newcastle.
It's five out of five for Solihull Moors at the top of Midlands Division One, they won 5-0 away to Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies with Lois Jefferies (2), Ashlea Hargreaves, Samantha White and Phillippa Harmison on target. Loughborough Foxes stay two points behind after an Eva Rogers double, Chloe Young and Harriet Simes gave them a 4-0 success at Leicester City Ladies. Kim Bebbington netted both goals as TNS Ladies won 2-0 against Sporting Khalsa to keep up their 100% record, as did Burton Albion by beating Long Eaton Utd 2-1 courtesy of a Jordan Atkin brace. Sheffield Utd replaced local rivals Steel City Wanderers in fifth after beating them 5-1, Nat Shaw hitting a hat-trick along with Tania Marsden and Millie Kenyon, whilst the Steels' consolation came from Sarah Middleton. Linnea Kremer and Ellie Readman each netted twice, Alice Kempski adding the other to seal Radcliffe Olympic's first league victory of the season, 5-1 against Rotherham Utd who replied through Amy Booth.
There was a change of leadership in South East Division One with AFC Wimbledon beating previous table toppers Actonians Ladies 3-0. Becky Sargent, Kelly-Jade Whelan and Katie Stanley scored the goals to take the Dons to the summit for the first time this season. Ipswich Town had led for a day following their 5-0 success at Norwich City and are now in second, on goal difference from Milton Keynes Dons who won 1-0 against Cambridge Utd with a strike from Alice Hughes. Stevenage Ladies' improving run of form continued as they beat Enfield Town 3-0, goals from Amy Makewell (2) and Donna McGuigan taking their side up into mid-table.
Keynsham Town have moved into second place in South West Division One with a hard fought 2-1 victory away to Brislington. Kerry Bartlett netted a goal in each half with Jodie Arkell replying for the home side. Southampton Women notched up their second straight win, scoring five times without reply away to Poole Town. Jane Yeates and Emma Pinner each scored twice and Sheree Bell-Jack scored the other goal. Maidenhead Utd meanwhile battled out a 2-2 draw with Basingstoke Town, who netted through Charlotte Hull and Helen Ogle.

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