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Brighouse Town won 4-3 against Huddersfield Town to take themselves up into second place in the Northern Division, one point behind leaders Middlesbrough. Murron Alldread hit a hat-trick for Brighouse and Ellie Richardson was also on target, with Sian Gibrill-Keating, Alice Linsell and Macy Ellis replying. Durham Women are a further point adrift in third place after a Jessica Mett hat-trick, Beth Enguita and an own goal took them to a 5-0 victory over Stockport County. Katie Astle, Stacey Buxton and Emily Sykes all scored for Leeds Utd as they beat Sheffield FC 3-2 whilst Bradford City and Barnsley finished level at 3-3. Anna Davis scored a hat-trick for Barnsley but she had to settle for a share of the spoils as City scored through Ellie Edwards, Amelia White and Jessica Dunlop.
Sheffield Utd have extended their lead at the top of the Midland Division to six points with a 5-1 victory over Nottingham Forest. Molly Graham (2), Dominique Cooper, Tamara Wilcock and Louise Biggins were the markswomen for the Blades. Lucy Wood hit a hat-trick and Monique Price the other as Leicester City won 4-2 against West Bromwich Albion. Nicola Russell was another hat-trick scorer, along with Emily Gunn (2), Paige Gunn (2), Indiana Totty and Sarah Woodbyrne as Loughborough Foxes defeated Crewe Alexandra 9-1 and Lincoln City scored eight times without reply past Bedworth Utd, Toni McHamilton netting four times with Leah Markham (2), Taylor Dean and Rachael Howes adding the others. Beth Gallagher, Marianne Sherwood and Molly Thompson accounted for the goals as Sporting Khalsa beat Solihull Moors 3-1.
In the South Division, AFC Wimbledon are in the top half of the table after recording their first league victory of the season, 6-2 against Keynsham Town. Charlotte Flood bagged a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Francesca Thornton (2) and Madison Parsonson. Yeovil Utd also won for the first time, beating Crawley Wasps 2-0.
Milton Keynes Dons have moved into second place in the South East Division, two points behind leaders London Bees following their 3-1 win away to Norwich City. Amy McLean (2) and Charlotte Murphy netted the goals for MK, with Keunna Dill replying. Susan Fagbohun and Ella Meadowcroft were the scorers for Leyton Orient as they won 2-0 against West Ham Utd to move into the top half, just ahead of Hashtag Utd who were 2-1 victors at Cambridge Utd thanks to Courtney Clarke and Jodie Osborne. London City Lionesses meanwhile won for the first time, 5-0 against Hounslow Women.
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