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Northern Division One
It was a good day for Hull City in the Northern Division One title as they opened up a lead of two points with a 4-1 victory over Newcastle Utd. Rebecca Beech netted twice along with Sophie Stamp and Rachael Ackroyd, while Newcastle's consolation came from Steph Ord.
Hull therefore take over at the top of the table from Liverpool Marshalls Feds, who battled out a goalless draw with third placed Brighouse Town. The Feds therefore trail Hull by two points with Brighouse a further five behind, although they have games in hand on the teams above them.
Crewe Alexandra continue to have a good season and they are just one point off fourth place following their 6-2 win against Chester-le-Street Town. Amanda Fallon and Laura Garner each netted twice along with Michelle Saunders and Abbie Chapman, with the Cestrians' replies coming from Nichole Goundry-Havery and Brogan Prudhoe.
Mossley Hill meanwhile rekindled their hopes of climbing off the bottom with a stunning 5-1 victory over fourth placed Morecambe. Nikki James netted twice inside the opening twelve minutes and Amy Hughes also contributed a brace, with Rachel Davison adding the other and Charlotte Higginson replying for Morecambe.
Midlands Division One
Loughborough Foxes have gone six points clear at the top after running out 4-0 winners away to Rotherham Utd. Rebecca Knight gave them a first half lead and after the break, they added further goals through Jodie Bartle, Charlotte Cooper and Laura Steele.
TNS Ladies remain in third place but lost a little ground as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies. Kim Bebbington and Louisa Anderson were on target for TNS, while BWMLFC replied with goals from Charlotte Fisher and Jodie Bragan.
Radcliffe Olympic follow on in fourth after they defeated Sporting Khalsa 2-1. All of the goals came during the first half, Rania Ramadan and Alex Saulter netted for Radcliffe, with Khalsa's goal coming from Stephanie Speck.
Burton Albion continued their return to form by beating Leicester City Ladies 4-0. Hayleigh Sutton and Jordan Atkin ensured that Burton were two ahead at half time, before Sutton and Charlotte Cresswell added further goals during the second half.
Viki Adam netted a double and Cara Newton was also on the scoresheet as Long Eaton Utd climbed out of the bottom three places with a 3-0 victory over Steel City Wanderers.
South East Division One
AFC Wimbledon have a huge lead of fourteen points after they defeated Haringey Borough 9-1 with seven different players on the scoresheet. Katie Stanley bagged a brace with Jess Trimnell, Georgia Heasman, Jordanne Hoesli Atkins, Caroline Bisson, Rebecca Sargent and Laura Quinn-Low also scoring, an own goal completing the tally.
Ipswich Town are up to third following their 3-1 win against Cambridge Utd. Natasha Thomas netted twice and Miagh Downey added the other, with Amber Cantwell replying.
Stevenage Ladies leapfrogged Actonians Ladies in the table after beating them 2-1. Paige Logie and Donna McGuigan scored the goals for Stevenage, with Actonians' consolation coming from Alessandra Barreca.
Norwich City picked up three important points with a 3-2 success away to Enfield Town. Brydie Siryj scored a second half winner for Norwich to add to Aimee Durrant's two earlier strikes, while Enfield scored through Katherine Long and Sheryce Slater (see match report).
South West Division One
Keynsham Town are back in second place after they won 2-0 against Larkhall Athletic in their local derby match. The first half was goalless and early in the second half, the Larks had a great chance to take the lead but Kate German's penalty was saved by Hannah Christer. At the other end, Nicki O'Connell pulled off a string of great saves before finally being beaten by a cross-shot from Sandy Abi-Elias, with Justine Lorton sewing up the points with the second.
Southampton Saints played their first league match for seven weeks and it turned out to be a winning one, a 3-0 success at Brislington which takes them into third place. Sabrina Morriss-Manosalva was on target twice for the Saints, with Alisha Buckingham also on target.
Poole Town meanwhile boosted their hopes of a top half finish in their first season in the league with a 2-0 victory away to Cheltenham Town, which was given to them by a second half double from Charlotte Eastman.
St Nicholas recorded their fourth win in five matches and are off the bottom of the table after beating Maidenhead Utd 3-1. All four goals were scored in the first half, Natalie Barnes giving Maidenhead a fifth minute lead before St Nicholas hit back to take the points, thanks to a Rhian Robbins brace and Kirsten Rendall.
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