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Northern Division One
Things are now even tighter at the top of the table with Liverpool Marshalls Feds leading the way on goals scored following their 1-0 success against Chorley. The Feds left it late before coming up with the decisive goal, Sasha Rowe scoring with five minutes remaining to keep her team's noses ahead at the top.
Hull City meanwhile won 2-0 against Bolton Wanderers but it was not quite enough to see them take over the leadership. Eden Pedersen and Hope Knight scored the goals for Hull who, although they stay in second, have a game in hand over the leaders.
Mossley Hill picked up a useful point from a 2-2 draw against Barnsley. Lynn Goodman and Darcie Greene were on target for Barnsley, with Mossley replying through Kirstie Pickin and Amy Hughes.
Midlands Division One
Loughborough Foxes continue to stretch the pace as leaders after scoring nine times without reply past Steel City Wanderers. Charlotte Cooper hit a hat-trick for the second successive week, Rebecca Knight and Olivia Bramley each contributed a double and the tally was completed by Laura Dexter and Tiana Hicks.
Sheffield Utd are still chasing hard in second place, boosting their challenge with a 4-1 victory over Long Eaton Utd. Nat Shaw and Natalie Froggatt ensured that United were two up at the interval and in the second half, Shaw and Georgia Stevens contributed further goals, with Viki Adam grabbing a consolation for Long Eaton.
Burton Albion returned to winning ways by beating Rotherham Utd 6-0. Jordan Atkin led the scoring with a hat-trick, Jemma Grimadell weighed in with a brace and Lily Cocking was also on target.
South East Division One
AFC Wimbledon are still pulling away at the top of the table and have an eleven point lead following their 8-2 victory against Norwich City. Georgia Heasman and Katie Stanley each netted twice and there was one apiece from Laura Quinn-Low, Rebecca Sargent and Caroline Bisson along with an own goal, Aimee Durrant and Jodie Drake replying.
Actonians Ladies brought their winless run of six matches to a halt by defeating Enfield Town 4-2. Alessandra Barreca and Carla Williams both scored twice for Actonians, while Enfield found the net through Nuala McKevitt and Lisa Kline.
Stevenage Ladies meanwhile scored ten times without reply against Haringey Borough, whose search for a first point goes on. Paige Logie, Nicole Emmings and Amy Makewell each bagged hat-tricks for Stevenage, whose other markswoman was Ellie Searle.
South West Division One
No matches were played in the league over the weekend but the table has altered since then due to the withdrawal of Basingstoke Town, whose record has been expunged.
The top three lose three points apiece and this has brought them closer to fourth placed Southampton Saints. At the other end, St Nicholas - who were the only team in the division to have beaten Basingstoke twice - drop to the foot of the table as a result whilst Brislington and Maidenhead Utd also found themselves greatly affected.
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