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The top two in Northern Division One did not play on Sunday and Newcastle Utd are up into third place following their 5-2 win away to Middlesbrough. Anna Soulsby hit a hat-trick along with Imogen Longcake and an own goal, whilst Eleanor Regan and Eve Gatens replied for the home side. Durham Women meanwhile defeated Hull City 4-0, courtesy of a goal apiece from Alanah Scott, Megan Farrell, Amy Richardson and Rebecca Henderson.
In Northern Division Two, Guiseley Vixens have opened up a lead of three points following their 5-2 victory over Barnsley. Amy Knott scored a hat-trick for Guiseley and she was joined on the scoresheet by Emma Samways and Monika Stube. Brighouse Town kept themselves firmly in contention by beating Burnley FC Women 5-0, Murron Alldread was on target twice along with Stacey Buxton, Danielle Brown and Cara Mahoney.
West Bromwich Albion won 3-1 away to Sporting Khalsa in order to make up some ground on the top two in the Midland Division, neither of whom were in action. Charlie Whitehouse netted twice, with Marianne Taho adding the other. Millie Drinkhall led the scoring with a five-goal haul, Pilar Isanta Parcerisa weighed in with a hat-trick, and there was one apiece from Louisa Abbey and Danielle Oxley as Derby County netted ten times without reply past Long Eaton Utd. Rebecca Garner and Yasmine Klucis scored the goals for Crewe Alexandra and Coventry Utd respectively as they battled out a 1-1 draw and Burton Albion had a good win, 4-1 against Nottingham Forest to move away from the bottom two places.
Only one match was played in the South/South East Division but it was the all-important top of the table clash between Tottenham Hotspur and Charlton Athletic. Honours were even on the day but Tottenham, who stay three points clear, are likely to be the happier side with the result. Olivia Hembrough put the Addicks in front during the first half, before Spurs hit back after the break to equalise through Therese Addison.
AFC Wimbledon moved back into the top three in the South/South West Division following a 2-1 win away to second placed Chichester City, whose consolation came from Gabriella Hobday.
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