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Leeds City Vixens powered even further clear at the top of the table after they defeated Stockport County 4-1.
Rochdale got back to winning form and their 2-1 success away to Salford Sports has taken them back into second place. Stephanie Bell and Sue Perry netted the goals for Rochdale to end their run of two successive defeats.
Middlesbrough continue to climb the table and are up into fourth following their 6-0 victory over West Auckland Town. Becky Hanratty scored twice along with Jess Close, Beth McGee, Amy Laville and Sarah Manning.
Morley Spurs have come to terms with life at the higher level and are heading towards a mid-table position after beating Peterlee Town 3-1 thanks to a Becky Davies double and Jenny Smith.
Derby County further underlined their title credentials with a fine 3-0 win away to West Bromwich Albion. Leanne Beet, Amy Pashley and Lauren Steadman scored the goals to help Derby open up a lead of two points.
Second placed Wolverhampton Wanderers were held to a 1-1 draw by Radcliffe Olympic. Captain Anna Perks headed Wolves into a second minute with Rania Ramadan hitting back to equalise on the stroke of half time, to earn Radcliffe their fifth draw in nine matches.
Copsewood Coventry made a return to winning ways and are back in third following their 4-2 victory over Leicester City.
TNS Ladies meanwhile received a setback to their challenge as they went down to a 2-1 defeat away to Coventry City, for whom Jade Formaston and Helen Dermody were on target.
Leanne Ashington scored the only goal of the game as Leafield Athletic climbed above Crewe Alexandra in the table by beating them 1-0.
South East Combination
Luton Town maintained their lead of three points at the top of the table, thanks to a 3-1 victory over Northampton Town. Micky Taylor, from the penalty spot, Michelle Byrne and Rebecca Kane were all on target for Luton.
Welwyn Garden City remain just behind Luton, with a game in hand, following their 2-1 win against Norwich City with goals from Naomi Lyon and Samantha Gillings.
Enfield Town are back into third place after they defeated Wellingborough Diamonds 3-1. A Holly Wilson double and a late Jenna Schillaci goal secured the points for the Middlesex side with Aileen Whelan replying for the Diamonds.
A 4-0 victory against Gillingham has taken Bedford Town Bells off the bottom of the table. Donna Coombes, Victoria Goodram, Alisha Pugh and Lesley-Anne Seaman were all on target for Bedford.
South West Combination
It was a good week for Yeovil Town as they recorded two victories to take themselves right into the heart of the promotion race. On Thursday night they inflicted a first defeat of the season on second placed Forest Green Rovers, Kayleigh Nardiello and Jemma Tewksbury netting the goals in a 2-1 victory which was sadly marred when Yeovil midfielder Kim Turner suffered a broken leg. Three days later, they won a high scoring encounter by the odd goal in nine against Oxford City to leave themselves four points off the pace and with a game in hand. Amy Wild led the scoring with a four-goal haul and Tewksbury was also on target.
Team Bath meanwhile kept up their good start as they ran out 7-0 winners over Reading Royals. Toni Hemmings scored her second hat-trick of the season and she was joined on the scoresheet by Carly Bryant, Michelle Munro, Sarah Gregory and Nicola Brown.
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