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Northern Division One
The top of the table clash between Liverpool Marshalls Feds and Hull City ended with honours even, meaning that both sides remain level on points. Laura Bartup and Carla Lee scored the goals for the Feds, who hold on to the leadership on goal difference, while Hull - who stay unbeaten and have a game in hand - replied through Rebecca Beech and Ellie Tanser. Brighouse Town, who were involved in SSE Women's FA Cup action, and two points off the pace in third and have matches in hand on the teams above them.
Leeds Utd meanwhile continued their recent revival and although they were not quite able to climb out of the bottom two, they picked up another important point when battling out a goalless draw with fifth placed Crewe Alexandra.
Midlands Division One
The top two did not play in the league on Sunday and this has allowed Sheffield Utd to close the gap on them by scoring ten times without reply past Rotherham Utd. Nat Shaw and Millie Kenyon each bagged hat-tricks for the Blades, and they were joined on the scoresheet by Sophie Bell, Jodie Hartley, Tania Marsden and Amy Beanland.
United are now three points off the pace, with Radcliffe Olympic a further three points adrift in fourth place following their 1-0 success away to Leicester City Ladies. Beth Bailey scored the only goal of the game, seven minutes into the second half.
Steel City Wanderers moved to within three points of Solihull Moors in mid-table after beating them 3-2. Claire Attrill was on target twice for the Steels along with Lucy Smith, while Georgia Jones netted a brace in reply.
South East Division One
Two of the scheduled matches managed to survive the weather over the weekend, leaders AFC Wimbledon's trip to Milton Keynes Dons being one of the victims, but second placed Leyton Orient were unable to close the gap as they were beaten 4-0 by fast improving Luton Town. Natasha Fensome netted twice along with Stephanie Gale and Lisa Nixon who stay in fifth place.
Ipswich Town also kept their hopes alive with a 4-2 victory over Denham Utd. Zoe Cossey, Amanda Crump, Miagh Downey and an own goal gave Ipswich the points, with both of Denham's replies coming from Kayleigh Currivan.
South West Division One
In the one match which went ahead in the division on Sunday, Southampton Women took full advantage of their rivals' Cup exploits by winning 6-1 against Larkhall Athletic and opening up a lead of nine points at the top of the table. Jane Yeates led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Manuela Naprta, Cassie Thorp and Emma Pinner with the Larks' reply coming from Lizzie Barratt.
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