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Wolverhampton Wanderers maintained their winning start with a 3-1 success away to Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies.
Lowri Walker, Jade Cross and Chloe Williams netted Wolves' goals inside the opening 25 minutes, before Charlotte Fisher grabbed a second half consolation for the home side.
West Bromwich Albion are still keeping pace with Wolves and also recorded their third straight win, 4-3 against The New Saints. It was a late own goal which gave Albion victory and settled a thrilling match, adding to earlier strikes from Keeley Davies (2) and Harriet James, with TNS replying through a Sarah Jackson double and Laura Morris.
Nettleham made it two wins in three games after edging out Sporting Khalsa by the odd goal in five. Tia Johnson, Abigail Ringrose and Ella Thompson-Moulding put Nettleham three ahead at the interval and they needed to withstand a second half fightback from Khalsa, who reduced the arrears thanks to two Kiera Willdigg goals.
Bedworth Utd have got off to a good start in their first season in the league, coming from behind to beat Steel City Wanderers 2-1 and record their second successive victory. The Steels led at half time through Lucy Ridley but after the break, Amanda Whalley and Nicola Foskett scored in a four-minute spell to maintain Bedworth's 100% start.
Long Eaton Utd got off the mark for the season when they defeated Solihull Moors 3-2. Jade Arber netted twice and Amy Pashley the other, with Emily Scott bagging a brace in reply.
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