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Salford Ladies have taken over at the top of the table after they scored ten without reply against Darlington RA. Claire Harrop bagged a hat-trick while Chelsea Scholes and Michelle Ryan each netted doubles, with Abbie Wynn, Sarah Howden and Lindsay Newman also on target.
Tranmere Rovers had started the day as league leaders but they are now back in fourth place after they went down to a 3-0 defeat away to South Durham Royals for whom Tracey Swailes, Julie-Anne Wakeman and Jade White were on target.
Bradford City are still unbeaten following their 1-1 draw with Stockport County. Kayleigh Rowe-Catterall gave Stockport a first half lead which was cancelled out after the break by Mel Garside.
Wakefield notched up their first victory of the season, 5-1 against Blackpool Wren Rovers. Shona Hill netted twice along with Charlotte Reid, Nicky Burton and Bridie Hannon.
South East Combination
Gillingham continue to lead the way at the top of the table after they ran out emphatic 18-0 winners over Welwyn Garden City. Ashlee Hincks netted seven times, Natalie Crinean added five and Kylie Overton bagged a hat-trick with one apiece from Victoria Ashton-Jones, Deanna Cooper and Danielle Farmer.
Milton Keynes Dons made sure of keeping pace with the Gills by beating Ipswich Town 3-2. However the Dons twice had to come from behind with Sasha Diston and Kristie Turner having put Ipswich in front before goals from Aileen Whelan and a Charly Wright double finally earned the Dons the points.
Northampton Town ran out 4-0 winners away to Cambridge Women and the result has lifted them into third place. Lizzie Clarke, Sam Christie, Minnie Cox and Jade Linnell all netted a goal apiece.
Lewes also won for the second week in a row, coming away from Dagenham & Redbridge with an 8-2 victory. Charlotte Bennett, Claire Trafford and Emma Millington each netted twice for the Sussex side and they were joined on the scoresheet by Sophie Hodges and Rachel Dangerfield.
Enfield Town and Norwich City are in mid-table after the sides battled out a 1-1 draw. Emma Thomas was on target for Enfield, with Norwich replying through Nicola Bray.
Tottenham Hotspur and Ebbsfleet Utd also finished level at 1-1. Kelly Campbell gave Ebbsfleet the lead on the half hour, with Emma Kayser striking after the break to earn Spurs a share of the spoils.
South West Combination
Forest Green Rovers continue to set the early pace in the South West Combination and they head the table by two points following their 3-1 win away to Swindon Town thanks to a goal apiece from Kirsty Richardson, Abbie Sadler and Natalie Holbrook.
Newquay leapt into second place, thanks to a 5-0 victory over previously unbeaten Plymouth Argyle.
Yeovil Town recorded a large win for the second successive week, beating Cullompton Rangers 9-1. Anusia Rourke was on target four times and the other goals came from Jemma Tewksbury (2), Emma Brazell, Amy Wild and Lindsey Roe.
Newly promoted Havant & Waterlooville recorded their first success of the season, winning at Oxford City by the odd goal in seven. Sabrina Morriss gave Havant an early lead and, although Abi Smith equalised for Oxford, Lauren Cheshire put the Hawks back in front before half time. Jodie Prince and Chantelle Clark added further goals for Havant who survived a late rally from the home side to hold on for the points, Lou Lloyd and Steph Kubat both pulling goals back for Oxford.
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