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 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 11 Oct 2018
 
Sheffield Utd have made a swift return to the top of Northern Division One following their 4-0 success away to Bradford City. Courteney Csomor, Isobel Ford, Beth Ibbotson and Beth Merrick all scored a goal apiece. Previous leaders Newcastle Utd were beaten 2-0 by Blackburn Rovers, for whom Courtney Turner and Ria Montgomery were on target. Robyn Hartley (2) ,Macy Ellis and Jess Frater ensured that Huddersfield Town won 4-0 at Middlesbrough and Durham Women defeated Hull City 5-2, Alanah Scott was on target four times and Rebecca Henderson added the other.
 
One match went ahead in Northern Division Two and it resulted in a change of leadership, Chorley taking over top spot with a 7-1 victory over Burnley FC Women, which included a four-goal haul from Georgia Walmsley.
 
Loughborough Foxes are the new leaders of the Midland Division after winning 3-0 away to Nottingham Forest, thanks to a Libbie-Mae Taylor hat-trick. Stoke City meanwhile scored eleven times without reply past Burton Albion and this has taken them second. Jodie Foxhall netted six times, Nuala Miszkiel and Abbie Chapman each added a brace and Kerri Brown was also on target. Danielle Oxtey and Ella Ritchie both hit hat-tricks for Derby County in their 9-0 victory over Long Eaton Utd, Naomi Lawrence weighing in with a brace and Emily Gillott completing the tally. A goal in the opening minute by Amber Downs proved to be decisive for Coventry Utd as they won 1-0 against Crewe Alexandra.
 
In the South/South East Division, Milton Keynes Dons trimmed leaders Charlton Athletic's advantage to five points when they were held to a 2-2 draw by Gillingham, for whom Emma Sherwood netted both goals. Tottenham Hotspur follow on in third after beating Ipswich Town 12-0, just ahead of Millwall Lionesses who were 3-0 victors away to Cambridge Utd, Jasmine Backhurst, Freya Bailes and Shauna Munnelly accounting for their goals.
 
Crystal Palace are in pole position in the South/South West Division after a Nikita Whinnett double, Meghan Cooley and Charmaine True saw them to a 4-0 win against Southampton Women. Chichester City scored seven times without reply past Queen's Park Rangers and Lewes were 7-1 winners away to Denham Utd, Charlotte Owen netting twice along with Ella Newman, Meghann Wingsutton, Skye Bacon, Georgia Robert and Moona Shioui.
 

 
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