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Northern Division One
The Leeds Utd revival is showing no signs of slowing down and they made it seven points out of a possible nine when winning 2-1 away to fourth placed Morecambe in the only match to survive the weather in the division. Goals from Rebecca Hunt and Shelby Morris gave Leeds a result which takes them out of the bottom two, with Morecambe's consolation coming from Yasmine Swarbrick.
Midlands Division One
Loughborough Foxes extended their lead at the top to three points by winning 3-0 away to Burton Albion. Charlotte Cooper bagged a hat-trick as the Foxes maintained their unbeaten record and chalked up their eleventh league win on the trot.
Sheffield Utd stretched their own unbeaten run to fourteen league matches and have climbed up to second place, their highest position of the season so far, following their 2-1 victory over Radcliffe Olympic. After Beth Bailey had given Radcliffe the lead on the half hour, Nat Shaw levelled matters before half time and, deep into injury time, Sophie Bell netted the winner for United from the penalty spot.
Sporting Khalsa have edged another place up the table, moving above Steel City Wanderers after beating them 2-0. Jodie Lewis scored a goal in each half to secure a fourth successive league win for her side.
South East Division One
Leaders AFC Wimbledon ran out 12-2 winners over Haringey Borough and this takes them eight points clear of their nearest rivals. Georgia Heasman led the scoring with a hat-trick whilst Hannah Searle, Laura Quinn-Low and Hannah Billingham all hit doubles, with Kelly-Jade Whelan, Jess Trimnell and Rebecca Sargent also getting on the scoresheet. Julia Carruthers and Brooke Hills replied for Haringey whose search for a first point continues.
The other game to be played was a tighter affair with a first half strike from Stavroulla Panayiotou giving Enfield Town a 1-0 victory against Cambridge Utd, a result which takes them to within one point of the U's.
South West Division One
Only one match managed to beat the weather in the division last week, at Poole Town where the home side won 6-1 against Cheltenham Town. Jemma Tewkesbury bagged a four-goal haul, with one each from Sacha Paynter and Katelyn Wyatt for a result which lifts Poole up to fifth place, Cheltenham's consolation goal coming from Lydia Amarquaye.
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