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Leeds City Vixens stay three points clear at the top of the table after they won 2-0 away to Scunthorpe Utd, thanks to goals from Stacey Daniel and Megan Paul.
Rochdale head the chasing teams and may have dealt a fatal blow to Middlesbrough's remaining hopes by notching up a 1-0 victory, Sarah Buffel scoring the only goal of the game.
Olivia Duxbury and Kirsty Russell were on target as Bradford City came away from Blackpool Wren Rovers with a 2-1 success, which takes them up into fifth place.
West Auckland Town meanwhile gained a much needed victory to give their survival hopes a boost, winning 2-0 away to Morley Spurs with strikes from Julie Wakeman and Debra Stansmore.
Peterlee Town registered their first league victory of the season in only their eighth game, Amy Westmorland bagging a double to give her side a 2-1 win against Stockport County.
Coventry City stretched their lead at the top to three points as they followed up a midweek win over Leicester City by beating local rivals Copsewood (Coventry) 2-0. Natasha Lynch put the Sky Blues in front on the half hour and Nicole Tinto sealed the points midway through the second half.
Derby County and Wolverhampton Wanderers did themselves no favours as they cancelled each other out when sharing a goalless draw. This leaves Derby three points off the pace, with two games in hand, whilst Wolves will need to win their three games in hand on Coventry in order to get themselves into the frame.
TNS & Shrewsbury Town stay in third place and dealt a huge blow to West Bromwich Albion's chances with a 3-1 victory. Vicky Gutteridge, Kim Bebbington and Abbie Cottam all netted for TNS with Albion netting a consolation through Natasha Baptiste.
Loughborough Students moved themselves out of the bottom two as they picked up precious 3-1 win away to Leafield Athletic with goals from Louise Steele, Hannah Marshall and Aimee Perry.
Leicester City rekindled their survival hopes by triumphing 4-2 away to Crewe Alexandra and taking themselves to within one point of the Cheshire side.
* On Wednesday night, goals from Hayley Phillipowsky (2), Robyn James and Jemma Connor-Iommi gave West Bromwich Albion a 4-0 victory over Copsewood (Coventry).
South East Combination
The resignation of Bedford Town Bells has caused a re-calculation of the table and it seems that Enfield Town have been the main beneficiaries, their 5-0 victory over Cambridge City has taken them eight points clear although they have played three games more than their rivals. Bianca Baptiste was on target twice along with Rebecca Laporte, Holly Wilson and Robyn Downie.
Luton Town meanwhile leapfrogged above Welwyn Garden City in second place by beating the Bedfordshire side 2-1 in an important clash.
Lewes maintained their challenge courtesy of a 3-1 win against Wellingborough Diamonds. Claire Trafford was on target twice for the Sussex side along with Kirstie Spice.
Norwich City kept up their improving run and consolidated themselves in sixth place by winning 2-1 away to Gillingham. Nicola Bray maintained her recent good form as she netted both goals.
South West Combination
Queen's Park Rangers extended their lead at the top to six points as they ran out 4-1 winners away to Swindon Town. Leading scorer Cherelle Albert was on target twice along with Susannah Abbott and Seun Odeniyi.
Yeovil Town were dealt a huge blow as they were beaten 2-1 by fifth placed Team Bath. Kirsty Richardson had given the university side the lead from the penalty spot with Amy Wild equalising, before Toni Hemmings fired in the winner for Team Bath on the hour mark.
Plymouth Argyle keep winning their many games in hand and they stayed on course for a challenge with a 3-1 victory at Oxford City. Emily Mousley was on target twice for Argyle, along with Chloe Roberts.
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