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 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 19 Oct 2018
 
Sheffield Utd have increased their lead in Northern Division One to three points after winning their top of the table clash, 5-2 against Blackburn Rovers. Jodie Michalska netted twice along with Jodie Hartley, Beth Merrick and Nat Shaw. Huddersfield Town are now in second place after Tara Duce and Robyn Hartley gave them a 2-0 victory over Newcastle Utd. Middlesbrough meanwhile won 2-0 away to Durham Women, courtesy of a double from Eve Marshall.
 
Chorley edged out Brighouse Town by the odd goal in seven and continue to lead the early pace in Northern Division Two. Abbie Mackay, Kadie Morrison, Emily Norcross and Natasha Webster all scored a goal apiece to earn Chorley their third straight victory. Guiseley Vixens remain second following their 3-0 victory over Barnsley, Maria Ledezma-Viso netting twice along with Monika Stube. Jessica Hilton (2), Madison Hadley and Nicole Sutcliffe accounted for the goals as Fylde Ladies won for the first time, 4-2 against Burnley FC Women.
 
Midland Division leaders Loughborough Foxes drew 2-2 with Derby County and their advantage has been trimmed to a single point. Joanna Butler-Williams and Cecilia Webb were on target for Loughborough, with Derby replying through an Ella Ritchie brace. Stoke City leapt up into second by beating Crewe Alexandra 4-1, Jodie Foxhall and Nuala Miszkiel each scoring twice. Grace Harris and Charlie Whitehouse were on target for West Bromwich Albion in their 2-2 draw against Leicester City, whose goals came from Imogen Hunt and Grace Smith.
 
Charlton Athletic made it five wins out of five in the South/South East Division, preserving their lead of six points when Olivia Hembrough and Shamoy Campbell gave them a 2-0 success away to Millwall Lionesses. Tottenham Hotspur replaced Milton Keynes Dons in second place after beating them 6-0, Therese Addison netting twice along with Andreya Ezakiel-Meade, Brionne Fowle, Ronnell Humes and Rea Laudat. Mollie Coupar bagged a hat-trick for Cambridge Utd in their 4-0 victory over Gillingham, Holly Northfield adding the other goal.
 
Jade Davenport, Charmaine True and Isha Kamara were the markswomen for Crystal Palace in their 3-2 win at Lewes and they stay top of the South/South West Division, one point ahead of AFC Wimbledon who defeated Queen's Park Rangers 4-0 thanks to doubles from Hannah Baptiste and Sophie Manzi. Chichester City stay unbeaten in third, they beat Southampton Women 2-0 with Loulou Robson and Lucy Cook on target, and Denham Utd were 5-1 winners over Poole Town, their scorers were Sophie Cheadle (2), Keelie Horwood (2) and Siana Hagger.
 

 
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