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 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 7 Nov 2020
 
Northern Division leaders Middlesbrough went down to their first defeat of the season, beaten 3-1 by Huddersfield Town. Macy Ellis, Kayley Hird and Emma Samways all scored for Huddersfield, with Alicia Mutrie replying. 'Boro remain top on goal difference from three other clubs, with Huddersfield in third and Liverpool Feds inbetween them after winning 3-2 at Durham Women. Kenzie Guido, Carina Suzete De and Jess Smylie were on target for the Feds, whilst Jasmine Elliott-Wood scored twice for the Wildcats. Stockport County are the fourth team on ten points following their 3-2 victory over Brighouse Town, given to them by Olivia Wild, Natalya Halliwell and Sophie Charlton. Georgia Wilson (2), Gabriella Foulkes, Ellie Millar and Shannon Coughlan scored the goals as Sheffield FC defeated Bradford City 5-2.
 
The top of the table team in the Midland Division also lost, Sheffield Utd going down 2-0 to Wolverhampton Wanderers whose scorers were Shelbie Cartwright and Katie Johnson. Lucy Wood hit a hat-trick, with Evelyn Brooks and Alanta Brown adding the others, as Leicester City won 5-1 at Sporting Khalsa to narrow the gap on the Blades to three points as did Stoke City with a 4-0 victory over Solihull Moors, thanks to Nuala Miszkiel (2), Danielle Ebsworth and Emma Henderson. Loughborough Foxers netted eleven times past Bedworth Utd, four of which came from Emily Gunn along with a Paige Gunn double, Tiana Hicks, Alexia Spokes, Sarah Woodbyrne, Eden Bailey and Eve Marshall. Laura Dexter, Olivia Cook, Kirsty Matthews and Poppy Scholefield all scored along with an own goal as Nottingham Forest beat Lincoln City 5-3.
 
One match was played in the South Division, Keynsham Town moving up into fourth place by winning a well contested game 3-2 against Crystal Palace. Zoe Ridley scored a hat-trick for Keynsham, whose goalkeeper Xanna Kierk made a string of five saves, whilst Palace replied through Rio Rosenberg and Emily Treacy.
 
London Bees kept up their good start to the season in the South East Division and extended their lead to three points with a 2-1 victory over Cambridge Utd. Watford have gone second after a Ronnell Humes hat-trick and doubles from Charli O'Connor and Rubie Smith earned them a 7-2 success away to Hashtag Utd, whilst Leyton Orient follow on after beating Milton Keynes Dons 4-1 courtesy of an Ella Meadowcroft hat-trick and Gemma Howes. West Ham Utd meanwhile won for the first time, 5-1 against Norwich City.
 

 
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