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Just two matches were played in the Northern Combination on Sunday, both of which resulted in draws.
Stockport County are up into fourth place after they drew 3-3 away to Tranmere Rovers. Jasmin Dutton, Mel Evason and Rachel Rigby were all on target for Tranmere, with Stockport replying through a Kayleigh Rowe-Catterall double and Nat Thomas.
Wakefield and Scunthorpe Utd each picked up a useful point to help guide themselves away from the bottom two as their match finished 1-1, Bridie Hannon finding the net for Wakefield.
Coventry City's winning run to start the season has been halted and their lead has been trimmed to three points following their goalless draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Sporting Club Albion made up ground in second place, thanks to a 2-0 win away to Rotherham Utd.
Third placed Radcliffe Olympic also ensured that they kept their good start going, returning from Leafield Athletic with a 2-1 victory courtesy of goals from Shelley Smith and Lauren Gage.
TNS Ladies made it seven points from three games as they defeated Stoke City 2-0 to go into fifth.
Leicester City edged out Crewe Alexandra 1-0 to lift themselves out of the bottom three places. Molly Waldron grabbed the only goal of the game for Leicester.
Loughborough Foxes climbed off the bottom after winning for the first time this season, 5-3 against Copsewood (Coventry). Kirsty Matthews and Row Davies each netted twice along with Rebecca Knight.
South East Combination
Gillingham returned to the top of the table after they ran out 5-1 winners away to Cambridge Women. Ashlee Hincks scored twice for the Gills, along with Natalie Crinean, Danni Farmer and Anna Broad.
Enfield Town made sure of keeping pace with Gillingham and moved into second place by scoring five without reply against Northampton Town. Bianca Baptiste and Robyn Downie each bagged doubles, Jo Ayre adding the other from the penalty spot.
Lewes leapfrogged Milton Keynes Dons into third by defeating them 3-2. All of the goals came in the final twenty minutes, Heather McDonnell giving the Dons the lead with Emma Millington equalising. Vicky Gallagher immediately put the Dons back in front but Lewes hit back to take the points with goals in the last three minutes from Helen Whitton and Charlotte Bennett.
South West Combination
Yeovil Town have edged two points clear at the top by scoring thirteen without reply against Swindon Town. Lindsey Roe was on target four times and Jemma Tewksbury weighed in with a hat-trick, while the other goals came from Amy Wild (2), Kayleigh Nardiello, Els Wood, Stacey Pearson and an own goal.
Havant & Waterlooville climbed into second after they ran riot against an unfortunate Reading Town. Chloe Ranger and Charley Wilson each bagged a six-goal haul, Sam Stone contributed four, Jodie Prince hit a hat-trick and there were doubles from Charlotte Brown and Chantelle Clark.
Plymouth Argyle were held to a 2-2 draw by Cullompton Rangers but needed to fight back from two goals behind to earn their point. Josie Copp and Ellis Hillman had put Cullompton in front before Laura Gough netted two second half goals to give Argyle a share of the spoils.
Chesham Utd stepped up their challenge by beating Newquay 3-0. Kat Bowers gave them a first half lead before they added further goals after the break through Shantelle Woodward and Dawne Campbell.
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