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Free scoring Rochdale kept up their winning run at the top of the table with Darlington RA their latest victims, on the receiving end of a 7-2 scoreline. Steph Bell and Anna Renken each netted twice along with Lisa Wood, Holly Newman and Jennie Cummins.
South Durham Royals meanwhile stay level on points with Dale following a fine 1-0 win away to third placed Middlesbrough, an own goal separating the teams on the day.
Blackpool Wren Rovers picked up an important point when sharing a 2-2 draw with fourth placed Bradford City. Chelsey Faulkner and Becky Griggs were on target for Bradford.
Tranmere Rovers are back up into the top half of the table again after they defeated Wakefield 2-0.
Liverpool Feds made it two wins in a row when beating Scunthorpe Utd 5-1, a result which takes them into a mid-table position.
Stockport County gained a 2-1 victory away to Salford Ladies thanks to goals from Kayleigh Rowe-Catterall and Chloe Spencer.
Coventry City are stretching the pace at the top of the Midland Combination and they now head the table by five points following their 5-2 victory over Leafield Athletic. Helen Dermody bagged a double for the Sky Blues and there was one apiece from Jade Formaston, Robyn James and Emily Hanson. Remarkably, Coventry were the only side in the league to register a win on Sunday.
Sporting Club Albion hold on to second place despite being held to a 4-4 draw by Stoke City, who move into fourth.
Third placed Radcliffe Olympic were also frustrated after battling out a 1-1 draw with Crewe Alexandra, who are slowly starting to climb the table.
Wolverhampton Wanderers drew for the third time in five matches, 2-2 against Loughborough Foxes who claimed their first point of the season. Amber Quick gave Wolves an early lead but goals either side of half time from Kirsty Matthew and Row Davies put Loughborough in front. Quick netted a second just ahead of the hour mark to ensure a share of the spoils for her side.
The points were also shared in the other game with TNS Ladies and Leicester City each doubling their tallies for the season when finishing level at 2-2. Abbie Francis and Kim Bevington netted the goals for TNS.
South East Combination
Milton Keynes Dons are through to the semi finals of the League Cup after winning 3-1 away to Ipswich Town. Rebecca Hawkins had given Ipswich a first half lead but, after the break, goals from Charly Wright, Aileen Whelan and Heather McDonnell turned the match around in the Dons' favour.
The Dons' opponents in the last four will be Norwich City who triumphed 4-0 in their quarter final tie at Cambridge Women.
Enfield Town were narrow 1-0 victors over Northampton Town to book themselves a semi final tie with Gillingham, thanks to a solitary goal from Claire Gooch.
In the league, Gillingham took over at the top after defeating Dagenham & Redbridge 11-1. Ashlee Hincks led the scoring for the Gills with a seven-goal haul, Danielle Farmer weighed in with a hat-trick and Deanna Cooper was also on target.
Lewes meanwhile came away from Ebbsfleet Utd with a 2-1 victory which takes them into second place. Kirstie Spice scored both goals for the Sussex side.
South West Combination
Yeovil Town are through to the quarter finals of the Ambassador League Cup after goals from Lindsey Roe, Kayleigh Nardiello, Anusia Rourke and Jemma Tewksbury gave them a 4-0 victory away to Winscombe.
Also progressing to the last eight are Cullompton Rangers, who defeated Chesham Utd on penalties following a 2-2 draw.
In the league, Newquay won 3-0 at Swindon Town to go top of the table on goal difference. Sarah Mansfield was on target twice for the Cornish side, along with Dani Salt.
Plymouth Argyle had started the day as leaders but are now back in second place after they drew 3-3 with Oxford City. Laura Perrett (2) and Chynna Evans scored for Argyle.
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