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Sheffield Wednesday returned to the top of the table with a 6-3 victory away to Stockport County. Robyn James, Laura Windle, Katie Nutter, Beth Gingell, Sarah Hobson-Donohoe and Shelley James were the players on the scoresheet for Wednesday.
Sheffield FC had started the day as leaders but are back in second place following their 1-1 draw against Salford Ladies. Caz Price was on target for Salford with Leanne De Silva replying for Sheffield, both goals being scored in the second half.
A 4-1 win at Bradford City has lifted South Durham RA back into the top three. Rachel McKnight spearheaded the victory with a hat-trick, Tracey Swales adding the other goal.
Middlesbrough continue to keep pace with the leading sides and still have a number of games in hand. Sarah Manning, Lindsay Stevenson and Katie Kinlan all found the net to give 'Boro a 3-2 victory over Wakefield.
Tranmere Rovers came away from Mossley Hill with a 3-2 win thanks to a goal apiece from Kate Horne, Jasmin Dutton and Hannah Fryer.
Liverpool Feds won for the second week in a row and have taken themselves off the bottom and out of the top three following their 3-0 success against Scunthorpe Utd. Tara Stanley netted twice for the Feds, with Gill Hart adding the other.
Rotherham Utd are still setting a hot pace at the top of the table and further extended their lead to eight points with a 5-0 win away to Northampton Town. Nat Shaw bagged a hat-trick for Rotherham with Kirsty Richardson adding a brace.
Stoke City replaced Loughborough Students in second place by beating them 3-2. Louise Roberts, Natasha Catalano and Emma Sanders scored the goals to take Stoke into their highest position of the season so far.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are also starting to pick up pace and they lie in fourth following their 3-1 victory at Leafield Athletic. Dani Selmes bagged a hat-trick for Wolves, with Leafield's consolation coming via a late Amber Hughes penalty.
Radcliffe Olympic came away from Copsewood (Coventry) with a 5-4 win and they are just two points off second place. Aileen Whelan was on target twice along with Sarah Green, Natasha Murray and Laura Turner who netted the winner.
Sporting Club Albion ran out 4-0 winners over Leicester City and can join the leading sides if they win their games in hand. Hayley Phillipowsky was on target twice along with Ashley Neville and Jordan Tinns-Ray.
South East Combination
League leaders Tottenham Hotspur have their eyes on a second trophy as they progressed to the semi finals of the League Cup with a 9-1 victory over Braintree Town. In the last four they will play Luton Town who defeated Ebbsfleet Utd 4-1 thanks to Candice Davies, Michelle Byrne, Leyah Maddix and Jade McEntegart.
Enfield Town crashed out 3-1 to Ipswich Town for whom Amy Howlett, Amanda Everett and an own goal saw them through to a tie against either Lewes or Cambridge Women.
South West Combination
Plymouth Argyle were unable to complete a 'double' against fellow challengers Havant & Waterlooville as the sides battled out a 2-2 draw, which leaves Argyle four points clear. Tash Knapman and Jemma Rose were on the scoresheet for Plymouth, with the Hawks replying through Lauren Cheshire and Sam Stone.
Gloucester City stay in fourth place after their local derby with Forest Green Rovers ended in a 3-3 draw. Katie Cook, Kirsty Richardson and Lisa Mansell all scored for Forest Green with Gloucester netting through Jenna Wood, Nicky Glanville and Kelly Aldridge.
Newquay are out of the bottom two as they ran out 4-0 winners over Swindon Town, thanks to a goal apiece from Chloe Richards, Danni Salt, Danni Barr and Nicky Vatar.
Southampton Saints ended their losing run and recorded their first league victory of the season, 1-0 against Oxford City thanks to a goal four minutes from time by substitute Louise Castle.
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