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 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 22 Sep 2021
Middlesbrough made it three wins in a row and head the Northern Division by three points after beating Chorley 5-0. Alicia Mutrie netted twice along with Armani Maxwell, Kirsty McQuilling and Daisy Stokoe. Stockport County moved up into second place by scoring nine times wihtout reply against Barnsley. Elle Turner and Megan Bradley each netted twice whilst Georgia Johnson and Lily Weston also got on the scoresheet. Tara Duce and Macy Ellis scored for Huddersfield Town as they drew for the second match in a row, 2-2 against Leeds Utd who replied through Josephine Hewson and an own goal. Arianne Parnham, Imogen Porteous-Williams and Molly Havard accounted for the goals as Brighouse Town beat Durham Cestria 3-1 and Liverpool Feds were 3-0 winners at Hull City.
Ellie Butler, Lauren Riley and Natalie Widdal all scored as Midland Division leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers won 3-1 away to West Bromwich Albion in their local derby match. Wolves now have a two point lead as their two nearest rivals battled out a 2-2 when meeting each other. Sophie Taylor hit a brace for Stoke City whilst Devonn Cousins and Summa Betts scored for Nottingham Forest who hold on to second place on goal difference. Lincoln City follow on after netting seven times without reply past Bedworth Utd, Toni McHamilton bagging four of them with Stacey Buxton (2) and Melissa East adding the others. Indiana Totty (2), Frederika Ntumba (2), Emily Brett and an own goal ensured that Loughborough Lightning won 6-0 at Long Eaton Utd, whilst Leicester City edged out Sporting Khalsa by the odd goal in seven. Solihull Moors defeated Doncaster Rovers Belles 7-1 courtesy of a Charlotte Leedham hat-trick, Caitlin Hirst double, Zoe Creaney and Eboni Fowkes.
In the South East Division, Watford have a lead of three points after winning 2-1 against Milton Keynes Dons in the only game of the day. Martha Eason and Summer Roberts scored the goals for Watford, with Leoni Miceli replying.

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