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Middlesbrough have picked up the pace in the Northern Division once again and are six points clear following their 3-0 win away to Derby County.
Leading scorer Emily Scarr gave 'Boro the lead midway through the first half and strikes in the last seven minutes from Emma Kelly and Eve Gatens sealed the points.
Leicester City Women edged out Wolverhampton Wanderers by the odd goal in seven and, with Blackburn Rovers having their match postponed, move back into second place as a result. Leigh Dugmore gave Leicester a seventh minute lead which was cancelled out by Anna Price, before Rachel Brown ensured the visitors were in front at the break. Olivia Mitcham increased their lead during the second half but Wolves responded straight away when Leanne Robinson pulled one back and Jade Cross then equalised with three minutes remaining. Leicester were not finished though and a thrilling match was decided when Rosie Axten netted a late winner with a dipping shot from long range.
Huddersfield Town are back in the top three after ending Stoke City's good run with a 2-0 victory. Kate Mallin opened the scoring for Town just after the hour mark and the striker wrapped up the win with the second late on.
Fylde Ladies are up into the top half and have several games in hand on most of the teams above them, following their 2-1 success away to Bradford City. Natasha Flint and Sophie Charlton scored the goals for Fylde, with Bradford replying through Charlotte Stuart.
West Bromwich Albion notched up their third victory of the season when beating Guiseley Vixens 3-1. Leanne Mitchell gave Albion the lead just before half time, with Nikki Berko equalising early after the restart. Harriet James then put Albion back up front, with Mitchell netting her second two minutes from time.
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