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Blackburn Rovers stay five points clear at the top of Northern Division One after they won 5-0 away to Middlesbrough, Ria Montgomery hitting a hat-trick, with Charlotte Redman and Jessica Rawstron adding the others. Sheffield Utd made sure of staying on Blackburn's heels with a fourteen goal blast against Hull City. Georgia Willson was on target four times whilst Courteney Csomor, Jodie Hartley and Brooke Marsden each bagged braces and the tally was completed by Caitlyn Douglas, Eve Marshall, Nat Shaw and Jorden Spurr.
The top of the table clash in Northern Division Two went the way of Chorley, who defeated Brighouse Town 3-2 to open up a lead of three points over them. All the goals came in the first half, Debbie Price (2) and Grace Vella were on target for Chorley whilst Brighouse replied through Stacey Buxton and an own goal.
After regaining the leadership the previous Sunday, Stoke City have opened up a lead of five points in the Midland Division after beating Loughborough Foxes 4-1. Simran Singh gave Loughborough the lead during the first half but after the break, Roisin Kivel turned the match in Stoke's favour with a double and they went on to wrap up the win with further goals from Tasia Brough and Jodie Foxhall. Amelia Shiner (2) and Lauren Garner accounted for the goals as Coventry City won 3-1 against Nottingham Forest to go up to third. Sporting Khalsa meanwhile netted six times without reply past Long Eaton Utd, Chloe May Coldicott and Brittany Civil each netting twice along with Georgia Cox and Angelique Morley.
One match was played in the South/South East Division, Watford running out 5-1 winners over Milton Keynes Dons. Eshe Johnson was on target twice, with Danielle Maloney, Antonia Gregoriou and Linda Afuakwah adding the others.
Crystal Palace are continuing to stretch the pace in the South/South West Division, making it nine wins out of ten with a 2-0 success against Queen's Park Rangers. Jade Davenport and Jade Keogh netted the goals to keep Palace five points clear at the top from Chichester City, who also won 2-0 against Lewes thanks to Gemma White and Jade Widdows.
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