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Blackburn Rovers stay two points clear at the top of Northern Division One after they won 5-1 away to Hull City. First half goals from Sarah Agger, Megan Dykes, Sophie Charlton, Isabel Pacitto and Ria Montgomery gave Blackburn the victory, with Rachael Ackroyd replying. Sheffield Utd defeated Huddersfield Town 6-1 to remain just behind. Amy Richardson was on target for Durham Women in their 1-1 draw with Newcastle Utd, who scored through Anna Soulsby.
One match was played in Northern Division Two, Barnsley winning 3-1 away to Leeds Utd with goals from Emily Pierrepont, Emily Ward and Betty Cheetham.
Stoke City further extended their lead in the Midland Division to eleven points with a 2-0 victory over Coventry Utd, Nuala Miszkiel and Tasia Brough scoring their goals. Third placed Derby County netted eleven times without reply past Sporting Khalsa, Danielle Oxley bagging a four-goal haul and Emily Gillott contributing a hat-trick. Pilar Isanta Parcerisa (2), Millie Drinkhall and Ella Ritchie completed the scoring for Derby. Kathryn Pagan and Charlie Whitehouse accounted for the goals as West Bromwich Albion won 2-0 away to Crewe Alexandra.
Charlton Athletic have gone three points ahead in the South/South East Division, goals from Rebecca Dunning, Melanie Parreno Espinosa and Olivia Hembrough giving them a 3-1 win at Cambridge Utd which returned them to the summit. Sydney Hinchcliffe was on target for Watford in their 1-1 draw with Millwall Lionesses, who replied through Charlotte O'Shea, and Milton Keynes Dons defeated Norwich City 3-0.
AFC Wimbledon moved themselves closer towards a second place finish in the South/South West Division after Sophie Manzi gave them the points against Southampton Women Res. Lewes and Chichester City battled out a 1-1 draw, goals coming from Danielle Lane and Sophie Phelps respectively. Queen's Park Rangers meanwhile ran out 7-1 winners over Denham Utd, Nancy Baker Keane netting four times along with Axelle Courlander, Victoria Grieve and Rhiannon Ishmael.
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