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Brighouse Town moved into second place in North Division One by scoring seven times without reply past Bradford City. Murron Alldread and Holly Mattison each scored twice and there was one apiece from Danielle Brown, Cara Mahoney and Charlotte Proud. Shona Hastings and Ellie Smith were on target as Durham Women won 2-1 against Middlesbrough, whose consolation came from Daisy Stokoe.
Leeds Utd U23 held on to the leadership of North Division Two as they ran out 9-0 winners over Burnley FC Women. Hannah Shuttleworth led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Stacey Buxton weighed in with a double while Emily Sykes, Shelbey Morris and Caitlin Gough also got on the scoresheet. Second placed Liverpool Feds won 2-0 against Hull City and Sheffield FC notched up a 2-1 success at Stockport County, Leah Hardy netting both goals.
The Midland Division One table is becoming almost ridiculously close with only two points now covering the entire seven teams. This includes four of them level on points at the top, headed by Derby County after they defeated Loughborough Foxes 4-1, all four goals being scored by Cara Newton. Previous leaders West Bromwich Albion were beaten 2-1 by Stoke City, who are up into second place following goals from Shannon Garner and Jessica Richardson. A point would have taken Leicester City top but they went down to a 2-1 defeat by Nottingham Forest, whose scorers were Georgia Gladwin and Helena Constantinou.
Sporting Khalsa are the new leaders of Midland Division Two following their 2-1 victory away to Bedworth Utd, thanks to first half goals from Melody Lewis and Beth Gallagher. Wolverhampton Wanderers are two points behind in second place, they won 4-0 at Cardiff City Ladies, Chantelle Teare netting twice along with Courtney Dilger and an own goal.
A 1-0 win against Charlton Athletic U21 has taken Crystal Palace six points clear at the top of the South Division. Ashleigh Marchant scored the only goal of the game as AFC Wimbledon won 1-0 against Southampton FC in the other game.
Eshe Davis, Chiara Meola and Hannah Coote accounted for the goals as Watford U23 extended their South East Division lead to seven points with a 3-2 victory away to AFC Basildon, who replied through Francesca Anunwa and Holly Turner. Billericay Town won 5-2 against Norwich City to lift themselves up to third, Rebecca Gallacher and Amelie Johnson each scoring twice along with Leigha Bradding-Butler.
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