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 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 1 Oct 2020
Middlesbrough moved to the top of the Northern Division with a 4-1 victory over Hull City. Armani Maxwell hit a hat-trick for 'Boro and Faye Dale was also on target, with Jennifer Randall replying. Huddersfield Town are in second place following their goalless draw with Liverpool Feds, just ahead of Stockport County, for whom Imogen Porteous-Williams scored in their 1-1 draw with Leeds Utd, Katie Astle replying. Sheffield FC won for the first time, 5-2 away to Brighouse Town with goals from Gabriella Foulkes (2), Charlotte Bennehan, Shannon Coughlan and Lisa Giampalma. Ellie Brightmore bagged a hat-trick for Barnsley as they shared a 3-3 draw with Durham Women, whose replies came from Mia Lawrence-Kay (2) and Ellie Smith.
Lucy Wood was on target six times for Leicester City in their emphatic victory over Solihull Moors which takes them top of the Midland Division. Alex O'Neill contributed a hat-trick and other goals came from Evelyn Brooks (2), Monique Price (2), Chloe Bailey, Ella Bailey and an own goal. Sheffield Utd were 5-1 winners away to Sporting Khalsa and Stoke City are the third team on six points after Nuala Miszkiel, Jodie Foxhall and Harriett Wellings gave them a 3-1 victory at West Bromwich Albion. Chantelle Teare was another hat-trick scorer, for Wolverhampton Wanderers as they defeated Loughborough Foxes 5-1. Chloe Shirley and Lauren Riley accounted for the other goals from Wolves. Lincoln City also won for the first time, 5-2 against Crewe Alexandra thanks to a Toni McHamilton hat-trick, Rachael Howes and Jodie Steadman.
Southampton FC continue to head the way in the South Division after an eleven-goal blast against Crawley Wasps. Ellie Head netted four times and Grace Palmer a hat-trick, along with Rachel Panting (2), Emilie Castagna and an own goal. Oxford Utd moved second by beating AFC Wimbledon 5-0 with goals from Stephaney Bent (2), Brogan Moore, Katie La Cumbre and Bells Wordsworth. Shamoy Campbell, Honor Norton and Angel Fowler ensured that Charlton Athletic defeated Chichester & Selsey 4-0. Becky Simmons, Tia Hooper and Skye Bacon were on target as Lewes won 3-1 at Crystal Palace whilst an Isobel Newns double and Nellie Bullock earned Keynsham Town a 3-3 draw with Yeovil Utd.
Billericay Town are the leaders of the South East Division after Amelie Johnson (2), Karissa Rodney (2), Edita Dobreva, Bo Payne and Kelsey Smith gave them a 7-0 victory over Cambridge Utd. London Bees are the only team keeping pace with Billericay right now, they won 3-0 at Leyton Orient thanks to Klara van der Geest, Nicole White and Clara John. Aimee Durrant scored a hat-trick for Norwich City as they opened up their season by beating Hashtag Utd 6-3, Jessica Harper, Gracie Squire and Holly Walker weighed in with the other goals.

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