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Wolverhampton Wanderers took their early season goal tally to eighteen after running out 7-0 winners over Solihull Moors.
Billie Haynes and Jen Anslow each netted twice for Wolves, whose other goals came from Natalie Widdal, Anna Morphet and Chloe Williams.
Burton Albion continue to occupy second spot following their 4-2 success away to Steel City Wanderers. Paris O'Connor led the scoring for the Lady Brewers with a hat-trick and Hayleigh Sutton was also on target, whilst Libby Hallam and Sarah Middleton replied for the Steels.
West Bromwich Albion are the third team with maximum points from their opening two games, they were 4-1 winners at Long Eaton Utd. All of Albion's goals came during the second half, Natalie Murray netting a brace along with Harriet James and Keeley Davies, with Millie Fulgar on target for the home side.
Bedworth Utd's first match in the National League ended in a 2-1 victory away to The New Saints. Kim Bebbington opened the scoring for TNS with four minutes played, but Jessica Lundie levelled matters on the half hour and Amanda Whalley netted what proved to be the winner just before half time.
Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies got off the mark with a 2-1 win over Nettleham. Steph Weston gave them a fifth minute lead which was cancelled out by Tia Johnson, with Natalie Gibson netting the winner ten minutes from time.
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