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Northern Premier Division
Sunderland returned to league action for the first time since 10th November but were able to extend their lead at the top to six points with a 4-0 victory over Fylde Women. Bridget Galloway put them ahead with just three minutes on the clock and Maria Farrugia quickly adding a second. Keira Ramshaw and Neve Herron went on to score further goals as Sunderland repeated their Women's FA Cup win against Fylde seven days earlier.
Derby County continued their fine form of recent weeks and made it four victories on the trot when beating Hull City 6-1, a result which takes them up into second place, their highest position of the season to date. Callan Barber opened the scoring midway through the first half, with Ellie Gilliatt and Jodie Michalska adding further goals before Harley Skinner pulled one back for Hull. Gilliatt netted her second on the stroke of half time, before Hannah Keryakoplis rounded off the scoring after the break with two goals in a three minute spell.
Division One Midlands
The New Saints jumped up three places and into second after winning 2-0 against Leafield Athletic in the only match in the division to be played on Sunday. Katie Doster scored a goal in each half to help TNS extend their unbeaten run to six matches and reduce the gap on leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers to six points.
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