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 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 9 Nov 2018
 
Sheffield Utd hold on to the leadership of Northern Division One despite going down to a 1-0 defeat to Hull City. Huddersfield Town won 3-2 against Durham Women to go level on points with the Blades, courtesy of goals from Emily Cahill, Tara Duce and Macy Ellis. Megan Hornby was on target four times and Ria Montgomery hit a hat-trick as third placed Blackburn Rovers won 11-0 at Bradford City. Katie King (2), Charlotte Redman and Sarah Agger contributed their other goals. Beth Gardener and Anna Soulsby netted the goals for Newcastle Utd in their 2-2 draw with Middlesbrough, who replied through Eve Gatens and Harriet Dryden.
 
Brighouse Town have gone level with Northern Division Two leaders Chorley after Stacey Buxton (2) and Chelsea Morton scored in their 3-1 victory at Burnley FC Women. A point would have taken Guiseley Vixens top but they are now third following their 1-0 defeat to Leeds Utd, whose goal came from Megan Maxted.
 
Nuala Miszkiel and Roisin Kivel were on the scoresheet for Stoke City as they won 2-0 at Coventry Utd to go two points clear in the Midland Division. Derby County are back up to second, Danielle Oxley hitting five goals and Naomi Lawrence adding four in their crushing win against Sporting Khalsa, just ahead of Leicester City Women who were 4-0 victors over Long Eaton Utd thanks to Favour Omenazu (2), Jade Benford and Shannon Henson. West Bromwich Albion netted six times without reply past Crewe Alexandra, Jessica Davies and Seanna McCann-LLoyd each netting twice along with Ellie Vernon and Charlie Whitehouse, and Nottingham Forest defeated Burton Albion 4-2 with strikes from Hazzana Parnell (2), Georgia Gladwin and Elle Rowson.
 
Tottenham Hotspur are the new leaders of the South/South East Division on goal difference following their 3-1 victory against Gillingham in which Therese Addison (2) and Rea Laudat were on target. Eden Bailey bagged a four-goal haul, Aisatu Jabbi Jaiteh hit a hat-trick and Holly Foley added the other for Millwall Lionesses in their 8-1 success away to Norwich City and Watford were 2-0 winners over Cambridge Utd with goals from Andie Dickens and Echo Barrett.
 
Crystal Palace are the pacesetters in the South/South West Division after beating Denham Utd 9-1, Charmaine True's hat-trick being supported by Isha Kamara (2), Jade Davenport, Amy Sinden, Lily Steven and Sandra Martin. AFC Wimbledon move above Chichester City into second following their 2-1 win in their meeting, Amy Lake and Hannah Baptiste scoring the Dons' goals. Mia Cook was on target for Southampton Women in their 1-1 draw with Queen's Park Rangers, who replied through Natalie Skiverton.
 

 
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