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Stoke keep up good start
 Women's Football WNL North News - 29 Aug 2018
Stoke City are the early pacesetters in the Northern Premier Division following their 5-0 win against Doncaster Rovers Belles on Sunday.
Stoke led at half time through a goal from Meg Bowyer, before the young Belles side's resistance was broken in the second half. Hannah Keryakoplis added a brace and also on target were Ashleigh Hayes and Natasha Tezgel.
Huddersfield Town join Stoke on six points after winning 2-1 away to Guiseley Vixens. The home side were making a belated first appearance of the season and found themselves behind after four minutes when Katie Nutter scored, but got back on level terms on the quarter hour thanks to Ella Hartley. A tight local derby was settled sixteen minutes from time, when Nutter completed her double to keep up their perfect start.
Derby County shared a 2-2 draw with newly promoted Hull City and sit in third place in the fledgling table. Liberty Bott and Misty Russell scored the goals to earn Hull their first ever point in the top flight, whilst Derby replied through Emily Joyce and Andi Bell.
Fylde Ladies and Nottingham Forest both remain unbeaten after their first two matches and both are yet to concede, after their meeting culminated in a goalless draw.
Sunderland hit back from an opening day defeat to win 2-1 away to Bradford City. All of the goals came during the first half, Bridget Galloway giving Sunderland the lead via a penalty on fifteen minutes. Olivia Taylor levelled the scores, also from the spot, just after the half hour but Keira Ramshaw replied straight away with what turned out to be the decisive goal.
Middlesbrough also registered their first points of the season with a 3-2 success at Sheffield FC. Lisa Giampalma and Ellie White twice gave Sheffield the lead during the first half, with Emma Foster replying, but goals in a six minute spell after the break from Rebekah Bass and Emily Scarr meant that 'Boro went home with the points.

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