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Rochdale went three points clear at the top of the Northern Combination following their 5-2 victory against Scunthorpe Utd. Anna Renken and Steph Bell each bagged doubles for Dale, with Sarah Buffel also on target.
Middlesbrough maintained their recent good form and have leapfrogged Liverpool Feds into third place after beating them 3-1. Nicky Duckling netted twice for 'Boro along with Sarah Manning.
Coventry City continue to dominate matters at the top of the table and remain eight points clear after they defeated Radcliffe Olympic 4-0. Leanne McKenna netted twice for the Sky Blues, whose other goals came from Jade Formaston and Emily Hanson.
Sporting Club Albion remain Coventry's main rivals in the title chase at present, they stay firmly in second place following their 3-2 win against TNS Ladies. Amy Rippington, Ashleigh Neville and Hayley Phillipowsky all found the net for Albion.
Helen Lynskey and Amy Pollock scored the goals as Rotherham Utd continued their climb up the table with a 2-1 victory over Leafield Athletic, a result which lifts them into fourth place.
Wolverhampton Wanderers were beaten for only the second time this season, 5-2 at home by Crewe Alexandra who have joined them in mid-table. Wolves looked to be on their way towards victory as Hayley Packer netted twice inside the opening sixteen minutes but Crewe were back on level terms by half time thanks to Kat Spencer and Michelle Saunders. Katy Connell put Crewe in front within a minute of the restart, before Saunders netted her second and Jess Myatt rounded off the scoring.
South East Combination
Enfield Town have taken over as the new leaders after they came away from Cambridge Women with a 5-1 victory. Sara Sinclair had a great day in front of goal for Enfield, netting four times to spearhead the win and Robyn Downie added the other.
Milton Keynes Dons got back to winning ways with a 2-1 success against Ebbsfleet Utd, which takes them into third place. Dons player manager Vicky Gallagher netted both of their goals, with Ebbsfleet replying through Claire Williams.
South West Combination
There was a change of leadership on Sunday, with Newquay resuming their position as leaders by beating Winscombe 4-0. Vicky Barter was on target twice for the Cornish side, along with Sarah Mansfield and Becky Atkins with all of the goals coming in the first half.
Oxford City won for only the second time this season, a 5-1 victory over Swindon Town which has taken them out of the bottom two. Hannah Smye grabbed a double for City, with Lauren Carnell, Steph Kubat and Steph Mobbs also on the scoresheet.
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