Four 1-0 scores in seven FA Women’s National League fixtures

Northampton Town v Boldmere - FA Womens National League Division One Midlands
Vicky Barrett of Northampton Town celebrates with Kim Farrow after scoring the only goal. (Photo by Pete Norton/Getty Images)

Four of the seven FA Women’s National League fixtures on Thursday 12 October were decided by just the one goal each.

Northern Premier Division

AFC Fylde 2-2 Liverpool Feds (Att: 160)
Huddersfield Town P-P Nottingham Forest

Fylde picked up their second point of the season when drawing against Liverpool Feds, who move up to fifth place. Paige Cole bagged a brace for Feds but the home side forced a late equaliser.

Southern Premier Division

Cheltenham Town 0-1 Oxford United (Att: 169)

Sixth-placed Oxford United won by the only goal of the game at eighth in the table Cheltenham Town, Leah Burridge finding the net in first-half added time.

Division 1 Midlands

Leek Town 0-1 Loughborough Lightning (Att: 56)
Northampton Town 1-0 Boldmere St Michaels (Att: 194)
Sheffield FC 2-2 Lincoln City

Loughborough Lightning lead by four points after getting the only goal at Leek Town with a Hannah Langford header. Northampton Town rose to seventh when edging fifth-placed Boldmere with Victoria Barrett’s 69th-minute breakthrough. Basement side Sheffield FC fought back from 2-0 down to hold Lincoln City. Stacey Buxton and Tilly Hallas-Potts replied to first-half goals by Katie Williams and Toni McHamilton.

Division 1 North

Hull City 1-2 Barnsley WFC

Barnsley WFC won the top of the table clash to go three points clear, Amy Beck’s second of the night coming nine minutes from the end, after Rachael Ackroyd had levelled for a previously unbeaten Hull City.

Division 1 South East

London Seaward 0-1 Cambridge United (Att: 85)

Cambridge United are level on points with fourth-placed Ashford Town (Middx) after Bella Simmons scored with a bicycle kick at London Seaward.

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