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Liverpool Feds have moved to the top of the Northern Division following their 9-0 victory at Barnsley. Jess Smylie and Courtney Jevons both hit hat-tricks for the Feds and they were joined on the scoresheet by Kenzie Guido, Carina Suzete De and Lynn Nasoro. Previous leaders Huddersfield Town were beaten 4-2 by Durham Women whose goals came from Chloe Wymer (2), Jasmine Elliott-Wood and Anna Vince. Faye Dale bagged a brace as Middlesbrough won 2-1 away to Leeds Utd and Stockport County complete a quartet of teams level on points at the top after they defeated Bradford City 5-0, courtesy of an Imogen Porteous-Williams hat-trick, Elle Turner and Megan Bradley.
Lucy Watson scored five times along with a Tamara Wilcock brace and Millie Herbert-Clarke as Midland Division table toppers Sheffield Utd won 8-1 against Lincoln City. Stoke City are three points behind in second place after a Manuela Delle double gave them a 2-1 victory over Nottingham Forest. Orla Conlan led the scoring with a hat-trick as Wolverhampton Wanderers defeated Sporting Khalsa 9-2, whilst Chantelle Teare, Lauren Riley and Shelbie Cartwright each weighed in with a double. Katie Greenwood scored the only goal of the game as Crewe Alexandra won 1-0 against Bedworth Utd and Loughborough Foxes beat Solihull Moors 6-0.
Charlton Athletic preserved their lead of three points in the South Division after Shamoy Campbell, Olivia Hembrough, Charlotte Gurr and Angel Fowler all scored in their 4-1 victory over Oxford Utd. Grace Palmer and Ellie Head were on target for second placed Southampton FC as they won 2-0 at Crystal Palace. Lewes moved into third thanks to an 8-1 success against Yeovil Utd, Skye Bacond scoring a hat-trick with Eloise Eyre, Beth Chambers, Becky Simmons, Katie Cooper and Kitty Chalkley adding the others. Zoe Ridley bagged a four-goal haul for Keynsham Town in their 7-0 win over Chichester & Selsey, Justine Lorton (2) and Elle Butcher accounting for the other goals, whilst Charlotte Flood and Francesca Thornton scored for AFC Wimbledon in their 2-2 draw with Crawley Wasps, who replied through Florence Jackson and Amy Green.
In the South East Division, Watford climbed into third place after a seven-goal victory against Leyton Orient. Ronnell Humes netted a second half brace with other goals from Anaisa Harney, Katy O'Donnell, Charli O'Connor, Gemma Biggadike and Lauren Court. Hashtag Utd meanwhile won for the first time, 2-1 against Milton Keynes Dons thanks to Ellice Catling and Mai Choi Wan.
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