Fylde and Huddersfield Town climbed above morning FA Women’s National League Northern Premier leaders, Nottingham Forest.
FAWNL results – Sunday October 25
Burnley 1-1 Stoke City
Fylde 4-0 Loughborough Foxes
Middlesbrough 1-4 Derby County (Att: 232)
Nottingham Forest 2-2 Hull City (Att: 168)
Sheffield FC 1-2 Huddersfield Town
West Bromwich Albion 2-1 Sunderland (Att: 110)
Portsmouth 2-1 Gillingham (Att: 304)
DIVISION 1 MIDLANDS
Boldmere St Michaels 10-1 Burton Albion (Att: 53)
Leafield Athletic 0-4 Doncaster Rovers Belles (Att: 63)
Lincoln City 2-3 Wolverhampton Wanderers (Att: 40)
Long Eaton United 1-0 Sporting Khalsa
Solihull Moors 5-0 Bedworth United
Wem Town 1-1 Holwell Sports (Att: 60)
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DIVISION 1 NORTH
Barnsley 2-3 Chester le Street Town
Brighouse Town 0-0 Newcastle United
Durham Cestria 0-0 Chorley
Norton & Stockton Ancients 2-0 Bolton (Att: 50)
DIVISION 1 SOUTH EAST
Cambridge City 4-1 Stevenage (Att: 56)
Cambridge United 2-0 Kent Football United (Att: 60)
Norwich City 3-2 AFC Wimbledon (Att: 89)
DIVISION 1 SOUTH WEST
Exeter City 2-9 Chesham United
Poole Town 0-5 Cheltenham Town (Att: 33)
VITALITY WOMEN’S FA CUP 2ND ROUND QUALIFYING
Stockport County 0-2 Leeds United
Ossett United 0-5 Liverpool Feds
Northern Premier – Fylde put four past Foxes to leapfrog Forest
Fylde put four past Loughborough Foxes to go top, goal-difference ahead of Huddersfield Town who won 2-1 at Sheffield FC with a Laura Elford double in the first half hour.
Hull City led 2-0 at Nottingham Forest with one apiece from Emily Smith and Rebecca Beech but with injury leaving the Tigresses a player short, the hosts hit back late on through Annabel McKechnie and Rosie Axten penalty for a dramatic draw.
West Brom scored on 71 minutes against Sunderland and although Faye Mullen soon headed the leveller, Albion won it with a late Keeley Davies strike.
Derby County clinched the points 4-1 at Middlesbrough, all the goals in the first 45 including a Sophie Domingo brace, while Burnley and Stoke City tied 1-1.
Southern Premier – Popular Pompey
Over 300 attended Portsmouth’s game with Gillingham, as Ava Rowbotham’s late strike gave Pompey a 2-1 result and put them second in the table.
Division 1 Midlands – Imps push Wolves all the way
The top of the table clash saw Wolves continue their winning spree but only with a last-gasp goal for a 3-2 result at Lincoln City.
Nadia Khan hit a hat-trick in Doncaster Rovers Belles’ 4-0 victory at Leafield Athletic that lifted them to second.
Boldmere St Michaels are up to third after hitting double-figures against Burton Albion, three-goal Annie Highway among their seven scorers.
Lauren Da’Casto got the only goal as Long Eaton edged Sporting Khalsa, Solihull Moors’ Leah Seivwright got the first three goals in a 5-0 beating of Bedworth, Wem Town and Holwell Sports drew 1-1.
Division 1 North – Cestrians extend lead
Chester le Street moved four points clear after a 3-2 success at Barnsley, Norton beat Bolton 2-0 and there were two goalless draws as Newcastle held hosts Brighouse and Durham Cestria drew a blank with Chorley.
Division 1 South East – Cambridge City claim first win
Cambridge City’s first win came 4-1 against Stevenage, Norwich City edged AFC Wimbledon 3-2 and a Sam Khan double saw Cambridge United beat Kent Football United whose Charley MacNeil was sent off in the last minute.
Division 1 South West – Chesham net nine
Cheltenham Town jumped five places to fourth with all five goals of the game at Poole Town, Chesham United are a couple of goals off leaders Southampton FC following a remarkable 9-3 score-line at Exeter City, where they led 7-1 at the break.
Vitality Women’s FA Cup – Leeds and Feds win through
Liverpool Feds ran out 5-0 winners at North East League outfit Ossett United, with the aid of a Millie Farley brace, booking themselves a tie at Fleetwood Town Wrens of the North West League.
Leeds United progressed 2-0 away to Stockport County, second-half strikes from Holly Findlay and Olivia Smart setting up at trip to Barnsley.