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A win would have taken them top but South Durham Royals remain in second place after their match against Stockport County finished goalless.
Liverpool Feds continued their excellent form and charge up the table, their 7-0 victory over Blackpool Wren Rovers has now lifted them into third place. Gemma Gerichine led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Charlotte Ross weighed in with a double and Chantelle Thompson was also on target.
Middlesbrough moved into fourth and are now just four points off the pace after scoring ten without reply past Darlington RA. Katie Kinlan was on target four times, Abby Lyle contributed a brace and there was a goal each from Rachie Hine, Sarah Manning, Steph Turnbull and Becky Stephenson.
Coventry City went eight points clear at the top of the table following a 2-1 victory over Stoke City. Robyn James gave the Sky Blues the lead with Emma Sanders equalising, before a second half free kick from Helen Dermody gave Coventry their ninth win in ten matches.
Copsewood (Coventry) won 2-1 away to TNS Ladies to lift themselves into fourth place. Becky Green and Amanda Whalley bagged the goals which sealed the points.
Rotherham Utd and Crewe Alexandra remain just below midway after the sides battled out a 2-2 draw. Crewe had advantage of a strong wind and Michelle Saunders fired them in front after a Susan Bassett cross was only partially cleared. Sinead Butler then put Crewe two ahead from the penalty spot. Rotherham goalkeeper Charlie Whiteley made a number of saves to keep her side in the game and this proved vital after the break when goals from Kerry Longstone and Kerry Jones brought her side back on level terms. Amy Pollock struck the bar with virtually the last kick of the game as Rotherham went close to a winner.
South East Combination
Only two matches were possible over the weekend and the prime movers were Norwich City, who jumped into third place with a 2-0 victory away to Northampton Town. Nicola Bray and Chelsea Garrett netted the goals for the Canaries.
Tottenham Hotspur meanwhile defeated Lewes 2-1 to go into sixth place, thanks to strikes from Alex Small and Emma Kayser.
South West Combination
Only one match in the South West Combination survived the weather over the weekend, at Winscombe where visitors Newquay came away with a 2-1 victory. Stacey Tonkin and Sarah Mansfield scored the goals to give Newquay the points which took them into second place, level on points with leaders Yeovil Town.
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