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Northern Division One
Liverpool Marshalls Feds went level on points with leaders Hull City with a 2-0 victory away to Leeds Utd. Sasha Rowe opened the scoring for the Feds in the opening minute of the second half and Roisin Havelin sealed the win with the second, ten minutes from time.
Chorley meanwhile repeated their cup victory over Barnsley seven days earlier when they defeated them 5-1. Rachel Wood and Lisa Topping both scored inside the opening five minutes and they went on to add further goals through a Scarlett Smith brace and Vicky Coope, with Demi Pringle netting a consolation for Barnsley.
Midlands Division One
Loughborough Foxes are continuing to stretch the pace at the top and remain four points clear following their 4-1 success away to Sporting Khalsa. Eva Rogers netted twice for the Foxes along with Charlotte Cooper and Jodie Bartle, while Khalsa's consolation came from Rebecca Gill-Parsons.
TNS Ladies replaced Solihull Moors in second place after beating them 4-0 in their meeting. Sophie Davies netted twice in the ten minute spell leading up to half time and Kim Bebbington sealed a fine victory for her side with brace in the second half.
Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies won 3-1 at Leicester City Ladies to go up into mid-table. Charlotte Fisher bagged a hat-trick to secure the points for her side, with the home side replying through Erica Kilby.
Long Eaton Utd's improving form continued with their second victory in three matches, beating Rotherham Utd 2-0. Jade Arber gave Long Eaton the lead midway through the first half, with Viki Adam adding the second after the break.
South East Division One
AFC Wimbledon made it eight wins on the trot and stay four points clear at the top after a late strike from Katie Stanley earned them a 1-0 victory away to Enfield Town.
Milton Keynes Dons continue to head the chasing teams following a narrow 2-1 win against Luton Town. Laura Mills was on target twice for MK, with Luton replying through Joanne Rutherford.
Cambridge Utd defeated Norwich City 2-1 and this has moved them back into the top half. Chelsea Garrett did give Norwich an early lead but the U's hit back to take the points thanks to Lauren Cartwright and Amy Howlett.
Stevenage Ladies lifted themselves closer towards mid-table, thanks to a 2-1 victory over Actonians Ladies. Leah Littlechild and Kristi Burling were on target for Stevenage, whilst Actonians' consolation came from Alessandra Barreca.
Denham Utd meanwhile ran out 5-0 winners against Haringey Borough. Jenny Banfield netted a brace and she was joined on the scoresheet by Emma Bebbington, Annie Hewitt and Celine O'Halloran.
South West Division One
Keynsham Town have opened up a lead of six points after scoring ten times without reply against Basingstoke Town. Kerry Bartlett once more led the scoring with a six-goal haul, Justine Lorton weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Cristina Vega Leandro and Katie Cook. Keynsham head the table from Plymouth Argyle and the teams are set for their first meeting this week.
Southampton Women are the other team in the division still with a 100% record, which they preserved with a 5-1 victory away to Brislington. The home team took a fourth minute lead through Amy Jefferies and remained in front until first half injury time, when Laura Vokes levelled the scores. Emma Pinner put Southampton in front early after the restart and Natalie Bavister scored the third with a superb 30-yard strike. Cassie Thorp slid home the next goal and Sheree Bell-Jack headed to complete the scoring late on.
Southampton Saints and Poole Town occupy the next two places after their meeting culminated in a goalless draw.
Larkhall Athletic are starting to pick up after their troubled start and are in mid-table after beating Maidenhead Utd 1-0. Charlie Morrison settled things in the Larks' favour with the only goal of the game.
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