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Feds go back to top
 Women's Football WPL Division 1 North News - 10 Mar 2018
Northern Division One
Whilst Hull City were involved in their Premier League Plate semi final on Sunday, Liverpool Marshalls Feds were busy replacing them at the top of Northern Division One after beating fourth placed Morecambe 5-0. Helen Griffiths put the Feds in front with sixteen minutes on the clock and captain Chantelle Thompson added a second midway through the first half. Five minutes after half time, Rosie Kinvig increased her side's lead and after Laura Bartup had made it four, Kinvig rounded off the scoring when she completed her double.
There was better news regarding fixture fulfilment on Wednesday night as two more matches were completed in the division.
This included title chasing Brighouse Town making the trip in a re-arranged game to Morecambe and battling out a 2-2 draw. Charlotte Higginson gave Morecambe an early lead which was quickly cancelled out by Annabelle Cass and after Becky Whittingham had put the Lancashire side ahead for a second time, Brighouse hit back again and earned themselves a share of the spoils when Aimi Beresford equalised midway through the second half. The result means that Brighouse trail Liverpool Marshalls Feds and Hull City by seven and six points respectively, with three games in hand on the Feds and one on Hull.
Meanwhile, Crewe Alexandra played host to Bolton Wanderers in the other game and it was Bolton who celebrated a 1-0 victory on the night. An own goal by the unfortunate Katie Nuttall separated the teams and, whereas a win would have taken Crewe into the top four, they now head Bolton by three points in the table having played three games more.
South East Division One
Ipswich Town took advantage of their rivals not playing by scoring ten times without reply past Haringey Borough and this has taken them up to second place, albeit thirteen points behind runaway leaders AFC Wimbledon. Natasha Thomas led the scoring with a five-goal haul, Zoe Cossey contributed a double and they were joined on the scoresheet by Amanda Crump, Sophie Welton and Miagh Downey.


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