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Southampton Women picked up a 3-0 win away to Brislington which sees them move into pole position on goal difference after the opening games.
After a closely contested first half which ended goalless, Rachel Anderson and Jane Yeates both scored in a three minute spell to put Southampton in the driving seat and they made sure of the points when Yeates netted her second in injury time.
Cheltenham Town are level on points in second place after getting the better of another high scoring match, this time beating Maidenhead Utd 5-1. Annie Martin kept up her good start to the second by bagging a hat-trick, taking her tally to seven in two games, and their other markswomen were Samantha Morris and Ella Hitchcox.
Poole Town meanwhile registered their first victory of the season, winning 6-3 against Larkhall Athletic. Poole got off to a storming start and were four ahead at half time, thanks to a Hollie Agombar brace, Katie Marshallsay and Faye Rolfe-Hawkins. The Larks tried to get themselves back into the game after the break with Sarah Gregory and Katy-May O'Hara-Nash reducing the arrears but a late double from Hannah Gould made the game safe for the Dolphins.
Photo - Kirsty Whitton of Southampton Women shields the ball from Brislington's Mollie Jones.
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