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Sheffield FC opened up a lead of six points at the top of the table following their 2-0 victory away to second placed Middlesbrough. Kayleigh Mitchell gave Sheffield the lead after five minutes and Mel Cook added the second goal just past the hour mark.
Stockport County and South Durham RA remain in fifth and fourth place respectively after the sides battled out a 1-1 draw. Clare Lee was on target for Stockport, with Jade White replying.
Scunthorpe Utd moved themselves into a mid-table position on the back of a 4-1 win against Bradford City, thanks to a goal apiece from Sue Green, Sophie Bell, Dani Harthen and Lyndsey Hughes.
Tranmere Rovers are out of the bottom two places after they defeated Salford Ladies 2-0, Kate Horne netting both goals.
Carla Lane (2) and Steph Lockhart were on the scoresheet as Mossley Hill took their Cup form into the league and are within two points of safety following their 3-1 success away to Liverpool Feds.
A 4-1 victory over Northampton Town keeps leaders Rotherham Utd nine points ahead at the top of the table. After the first half ended goalless, Nicola Stray gave Rotherham the lead and Carla Baxby added a second, before Angelica Nagle pulled one back for Northampton - the first goal Rotherham have conceded in seven league games. However Kirsty Richardson quickly restored the two-goal advantage and Stray completed the scoring with a last minute penalty.
Radcliffe Olympic meanwhile cemented themselves in second place, thanks to a 1-0 win away to Stratford Town.
Leafield Athletic continue to climb the table and are up into third following their 3-2 victory against Loughborough Students, courtesy of a Katie Fellows hat-trick.
Sporting Club Albion ensured that they stay well in touch with the leading sides by scoring eight without reply away to Copsewood (Coventry).
Stoke City and Leicester City both stay just below mid-table after they shared a 1-1 draw. Emma Sanders netted for Stoke, with Leicester responding through Kim Walton.
South East Combination
Just three points cover the top five teams now and Tottenham Hotspur continue to hold onto the leadership despite not having a game.
Enfield Town remain in second place after they went down to a surprise 2-1 defeat at home to Crystal Palace.
Enfield's defeat meant that a win would have taken Lewes top of the table but instead they were beaten 3-0 by Cambridge Women.
Norwich City stepped up their challenge and are just two points off the pace following their 4-1 victory away to Braintree Town. Chelsea Garrett and Paige Shorten netted two goals apiece for the Canaries.
Carla Williams was on target for Old Actonians as they picked up an important point when sharing a
1-1 draw with Luton Town, who found the net through Jodie Lapish.
Ipswich Town moved themselves out of the bottom three, thanks to a 2-0 win at Ebbsfleet Utd in which Amy Howlett and Amanda Everett scored.
South West Combination
Only one match managed to survive the weather on Sunday but it resulted in a change at the summit.
Chesham Utd came away from Oxford City with a 1-0 victory, Anneka Nuttall netting, which restores them as leaders but they have played four more matches than second placed Plymouth Argyle.
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