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 Women's Football WNL North News - 20 Mar 2020
Northern Premier Division
Sunderland head the table by eleven points after they defeated Stoke City 4-2. Bridget Galloway continued her superb form in front of goal by hitting a hat-trick, taking her league tally for the season to 20, and Keira Ramshaw was also on target, with Stoke's replies coming from Alison Hall and Nicola Hudson.
Nottingham Forest have moved above Stoke and into third place, following their 1-0 success away to Fylde Women. Precious Hamilton was again on the mark with the only goal of the game, early in the second half,
West Bromwich Albion meanwhile won 4-2 against Huddersfield Town, to move themselves to within a single point of their sixth placed opponents. Leigh Dugmore, Natalie Murray, Natasha Tezgel and Shannon Stamps all netted a goal apiece for Albion whilst Town, who had led at the interval, scored through Lucy Sowerby and Vicky Abbott.
Division One North
Leeds Utd have gone level on points with leaders Barnsley following their 2-0 victory over Durham Cestria. The scoreline was goalless at half time but Holly Findlay opened the scoring in the first minute of the second half and Bridie Hannon added the second shortly afterwards.
Chester-le-Street Town moved further into mid-table on the back of a 2-0 success against Bolton Wanderers. Megan Elliott gave the Cestrians an eleventh minute lead and Laura Hockaday joined her on the scoresheet ahead of the interval.
Chorley picked up an important 3-1 win against Norton & Stockton Ancients which takes them out of the bottom two. All of the Magpies' goals came during the first half, Abigail Fenton netting a brace and Emily Stocks adding the other goal.
Division One Midlands
Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies strengthened their position in second place when they won 2-0 away to Doncaster Rovers Belles. BWM took the lead early in the second half thanks to Rhiannon Travers and Tanya Dickinson wrapped up the points in injury time.
The New Saints meanwhile defeated Sporting Khalsa 4-2 to keep themselves firmly in the running for at least a top two position. Katie Doster, Zoe Griffiths, Jess Jennings and Laura Pennington were all on the scoresheet for TNS.
Division One South West
Buckland Athletic made the long trip to Chesham Utd but returned home empty handed as the Clarets ran out 5-2 winners. Eden Kibrom bagged a hat-trick for fifth placed Chesham whose other goals came from Laura Sandy and Gemma Fraser, whilst Buckland replied through a brace from Sarah Stacey.


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