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Middlesbrough returned to league action with a victory which takes them eight points clear at the top of the Northern Division.
Emily Scarr kept up her good recent form by hitting a hat-trick as her side ran out 7-1 winners over Wolverhampton Wanderers. Bianca Owens weighed in with a double and they were joined on the scoresheet by Jessica Havelock and Emma Kelly, with Wolves' consolation coming from Laura McQuilkin.
Stoke City won 3-2 against Guiseley Vixens to move to within a single point of second placed Leicester City Women. Hannah Keryakoplis and Ashleigh Hayes ensured that Stoke led by two goals at half time and after Nikki Berko had pulled one back, Rachael Ball restored the two-goal advantage. Guiseley replied again through Natalie Brace with twenty minutes remaining but Stoke were able to hold on and make it three straight wins on the trot in the league.
Blackburn Rovers remain menacingly poised behind the leading teams, with several games in hand, and kept themselves firmly in contention by scoring seven times without reply past Nottingham Forest. Six different players - Saffron Jordan, Natasha Flint, Kayleigh McDonald, Lagan Makin, Lynda Shepherd and Kelsey Pearson - were all on target for Rovers, with an own goal completing their tally.
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