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Chester-le-Street Town claimed their third league win on the trot, scoring six times without reply past Morecambe, and this result has returned them into the top three.
Nichole Havery led the scoring with a hat-trick, Elizabeth Thompson-Clarke weighed in with a double and Laura Hockaday was also on target for the Cestrians.
Newcastle Utd are back in the top four following their 2-0 victory over Crewe Alexandra. The first half was goalless but a brace after the break from Steph Ord got Newcastle back to winning ways and condemned Crewe to yet another narrow defeat.
Barnsley are in excellent form right now and they recorded their sixth win in a row in all competitions, edging out Norton & Stockton Ancients by the odd goal in seven. Rebecca Hornsey, Melissa Woodhouse, Sophie Crosby and Kathryn Smith were all on target for Barnsley, with Norton replying through Courtney Corrie, Bianca Owens and Maddy Atkinson.
* On Tuesday night, Barnsley further stretched their run of wins by beating Leeds Utd 2-1. Melissa Woodhouse kept up her own good run of form by scoring a goal in each half, before Hannah Campbell netted a late consolation for Leeds. The result means that Barnsley move up to fourth place in the table.
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