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Sheffield FC continue to set the pace in the Northern Combination although they were made to work hard for their 3-2 victory away to Stockport County. Carla Ward, Lisa Giampalma and Nicolle Jepson gave Sheffield a three-goal lead at the interval before needing to withstand a second half Stockport fightback to hold on to the points.
Sheffield Wednesday remain a point behind their local rivals in second place following their 2-0 win against improving Wakefield, thanks to goals from Hollie Barker and Katie Nutter.
South Durham RA got back to winning ways with a 2-1 success against Bradford City, Debbie Stansmore and Kerry Denham scoring the goals to keep themselves in fourth place.
Scunthorpe Utd continue to pick up points as Sue Hunsley and Sue Green were on target in their 2-2 draw against Tranmere Rovers, who stay two points behind them.
Liverpool Feds remain at the foot of the table but gave themselves a huge boost by winning 3-2 away to Mossley Hill. Danielle Higgins, Gemma Perischine and Tara Stanley all found the net to give the Feds only their second league win of the season.
The top of the table clash on Sunday went the way of Rotherham Utd, whose narrow 1-0 win over Loughborough Students has seen them open up a lead of six points. Nat Shaw scored the only goal of the game with fifteen minutes remaining, to cap a fine week for the Yorkshire side.
The other match in the league culminated in a goalless draw between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Leafield Athletic. The closely contested game leaves Wolves in fourth place, one position above Leafield.
South East Combination
With league leaders Tottenham Hotspur and second placed Norwich City not having a game, Enfield Town seized an opportunity to narrow the gap on the top two with a 2-0 victory over Old Actonians.
Katie Wilding gave Enfield the lead from the penalty spot and Sara Sinclair wrapped up the win with the second goal.
Milton Keynes Dons were unable to take their chance though as they went down to a 1-0 defeat away to Cambridge Women, who move up to fifth as a result. Sophie Thompson scored the only goal of the game for Cambridge, shortly before half time.
South West Combination
Plymouth Argyle have opened up a lead of three points after they won 2-0 away to Havant & Waterlooville. Katie Middleton put them in front via a free kick and Ellis Hillman scored with a lob to crown Argyle's best all round performance of the season and preserve their 100% record.
Katie Cook bagged a hat-trick to give Forest Green Rovers a 3-1 victory over Southampton Saints, a result which lifts the Gloucestershire side into a mid-table position.
Swindon Town also picked up an important point when sharing a 1-1 draw with fifth placed Cullompton Rangers. Kim Reeves was on target for Swindon, with Cullompton replying through an own goal.
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