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Chichester City are back on top of the Southern Premier Division against after beating Plymouth Argyle 2-1.
After Becky Dandridge had given Argyle the lead, Chichester hit back with two goals from Helen Ogle, which lifts them back above Coventry Utd who were in FA Cup action.
In the other game, Portsmouth ended a run of three straight league defeats with a 1-0 success against Queen's Park Rangers. Rachel Panting scored the only goal of the game, ten minutes into the second half.
Northern Premier Division
In the only match to be played in the division on Sunday, Guiseley Vixens and Sheffield FC battled out a 1-1 draw. After a goalless first half, Ellie Casper was on target for Guiseley, with Sheffield replying through Lisa Giampalma.
West Bromwich Albion are through to the quarter finals following their 2-1 win away to Sporting Khalsa. Paige Kavanagh gave Khalsa the lead midway through the first half, with Lauren Price equalising moments later, and Natalie Murray grabbed the winner for Albion during the second half.
Division One North
On their return to action, Burnley FC Women extended their lead at the top of the table to six points by winning 1-0 away to Chorley. Substitute Evie Priestley was Burnley's heroine as she scored the only goal of the game.
Barnsley continued their charge up the table and a sixth win in seven matches has lifted them up into second place. Drew Greene and Danielle Whitham were on target as they defeated Chester-le-Street Town 2-0, taking them above the Cestrians and Brighouse Town.
Liverpool Feds are starting to show their best form again and their 3-2 victory over Norton & Stockton Ancients has lifted them into fifth. Norton did lead 2-1 at the break, courtesy of a brace from Bianca Owens, but Emily Douglas scored her second goal to bring the Feds back on level terms and a deflected shot from Jodie Mortimer gave them all three points.
Division One Midlands
Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies climbed into third place after winning 2-1 away to Solihull Moors. Shannie Jennings and Maimee Morris scored their goals, whilst Jade Hewitt netted a consolation for Solihull, who suffered the frustration of a narrow defeat once again.
In the other game, Long Eaton Utd scored eight times without reply past Steel City Wanderers. Jade Arber spearheaded the victory with a four-goal haul, Ashleigh Evans weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Hannah Barber and Amy Pashley.
Division One South East
The top three were not in action on Sunday but Leyton Orient were unable to take a chance to join them when they were beaten 3-2 by Stevenage Ladies. Nicole Emmings netted twice and Ashleigh Deacon the other for Stevenage, whilst the O's replied through Chanel Richards and Hayley Barton.
A win would also have lifted Actonians Ladies up to third but they were held to a 1-1 draw by Cambridge Utd. Carla Williams scored Actonians' goal, whilst Mollie Coupar was on target for Cambridge.
The honours were also even in the other game, Denham Utd claiming an important point from a goalless draw against Enfield Town.
Division One South West
Chesham Utd have moved into the top three for the first time this season following their 4-3 victory against Buckland Athletic. In a thrilling match between the two newly promoted teams, Gemma Fraser hit a second half hat-trick including the late winner, and Emma Delves added the other whilst Buckland replied through Sarah Stacey, Laura Gough and an own goal.
Larkhall Athletic meanwhile put a gap of six points between themselves and Southampton Saints after winning their meeting 3-2. Kate German, Mel Sartain and Lizzie Barratt were on the scoresheet for the Larks, whilst the Saints produced late replies from Alisha Buckingham and Krystal Whyte.
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