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Rochdale maintained their four point advantage at the top of the table with a 3-1 victory away to Wakefield.
Middlesbrough kept up their challenge in second place by beating Bradford City 2-0.
At the other end of the table, Blackpool Wren Rovers picked up their first win of the season, a vital 4-2 success away to Darlington RA to lift themselves off the bottom. Leah Hinchcliffe bagged a hat-trick Rovers, with Carly Loughran also on the scoresheet.
Coventry City further extended their lead at the top to a massive fourteen points by winning 2-0 away to third placed Radcliffe Olympic. Helen Dermody gave the Sky Blues a first half lead which was doubled after the break by Hazannah Parnell.
Copsewood (Coventry) meanwhile cemented themselves in the top half of the table with a 4-2 victory over TNS Ladies. Nicola Foskett was on target twice for Copsewood, along with Amanda Walley and Jodie McGuckin.
Loughborough Foxes claimed a vital 4-3 win against Crewe Alexandra which takes them off the bottom. Laura Steel, Kirsty Matthews, Mel Reid and Lauren Connell netted the all important goals for the Foxes.
South East Combination
Gillingham reclaimed the leadership at the expense of Enfield Town by beating them 5-3. Ashlee Hincks led the scoring with a hat-trick and Natalie Crinean added the other two, with Enfield replying through Kerrie Marlborough, Bianca Baptiste and Sheree Oliver.
Lewes suffered a setback to their challenge as they were beaten 3-1 at home by Cambridge Women, who recorded only their second victory of the season. Sophie Thompson netted twice for Cambridge, with Amy Houghton adding the other.
Northampton Town moved back into a mid-table position, thanks to a 3-0 victory over Ebbsfleet Utd. Imogen Cox put them ahead after ten minutes, Claudia Trotman added a second ahead of the interval and Lynsey Jelley wrapped up the win in the second half.
The other match between Tottenham Hotspur and Ipswich Town finished goalless, Spurs therefore recording their sixth draw in eleven matches this season.
South West Combination
With Yeovil Town involved in F.A.Women's Cup action, Newquay took advantage to run out 4-2 winners over fellow title hopefuls Chesham Utd and open up a lead of five points at the top of the league.
Havant & Waterlooville returned to league action following their Cup exploits and immediately climbed into second place with a huge goal spree against struggling Reading Town. Leeta Rutherford were on target six times, Chloe Ranger weighed in with five, Lizzie Laws hit a hat-trick and Sam Stone a double, with one goal apiece from Becki Bath, Chantelle Clark and Charley Wilson.
Honours were shared in the other game as Oxford City battled out a 2-2 draw with Winscombe. Hannah Smye netted both goals for Oxford with Winscombe replying through Kelly Hall and Becky Rex.
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