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Leeds City Vixens made sure of opening up a lead of three points at the top of the table, thanks to a 1-0 victory over Peterlee Town with Stacey Daniel scoring the only goal of the game.
Morley Spurs still have a chance of a top four finish in their first season in the league and they gave those hopes a great boost by beating Middlesbrough 1-0, thanks to a strike from Vicky Burton.
It was a day of tight matches in the league on Sunday with the five matches producing a total of only five goals, three of which ended 1-0. Scunthorpe Utd were the third team to win by this margin, Donna Smithson grabbing the only goal of the game away to Bradford City.
West Auckland Town's improved form continues with every game and they edged closer towards safety following a goalless draw against third placed Salford Sports.
Blackpool Wren Rovers picked up an important point when they battled out a 1-1 draw with Stockport County. Carla Loughran was on target for Blackpool with Chloe Spencer replying.
Coventry City continue to stretch the pace at the top of the table and they stay three points clear after beating Radcliffe Olympic 6-0. Natalie Brace was on target twice for the Sky Blues and there was a goal apiece from Helen Dermody, Jade Formaston, Abi Cockayne and Nikki Miles.
Derby County made sure that they stay hard on Coventry's heels, goals from Sinead Morgan and Maria Wayne earning them a 2-1 victory over Leicester City.
West Bromwich Albion climbed back into third place by winning 3-1 away to Crewe Alexandra. Robyn James was on target twice for Albion, along with Jess Lippiatt.
Copsewood (Coventry) are firmly entrenched in mid-table following their 2-1 success at Leafield Athletic. Leanne McKenna and Hazel Adams netted the goals for Copsewood.
South East Combination
Enfield Town continue to set the pace at the top of the table after they ran out 4-1 winners away to Norwich City.
Luton Town scored nine without reply at Tottenham Hotspur to keep themselves in second place, six points behind Enfield and with two games in hand.
Two of the main title rivals, Lewes and Welwyn Garden City, met each other and neither would have been too satisfied with the outcome of a 2-2 draw. Kelly Newton and Helen Whitton grabbed the goals for Lewes, with Welwyn replying through Dawn Mallett and Sefia Piotrowska.
Northampton Town got back to winning ways with goals from Lizzie Clark and Claudia Trotman giving them a 2-0 success against Gillingham.
South West Combination
Queen's Park Rangers turned up the heat at the top of the table, following up a midweek victory over Reading Royals by beating Team Bath 3-0 to send themselves nine points clear.
Yeovil Town have all but secured a top three finish for the first time in their history after they defeated Chesham Utd 3-2. Anusia Rourke, Kayleigh Nardiello and Jemma Tewksbury were on target for the Glovers, with Tash Sandalls and Sian Williams replying.
Forest Green Rovers stay in fourth place after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Swindon Town, who found the net through Chantelle Lovell.
Steph Kubat bagged a hat-trick as Oxford City notched up their biggest win of the season, 9-2 against Weston St Johns. Steph Mobbs, Hannah Smye and Michelle Robinson each added doubles with Weston replying through Laura Bray and Natalie Cole.
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