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Guiseley hit by Mudd in the eye
Guiseley were left with Mudd on their face as Vicky Mudd of Chester-le-Street struck twice to help secure a 4-2 win in the North East Regional Women’s League Premier Division.
Caroline Hulme doubled up in reply but Chester player of the match Rae Taylor and Laura Darmody added two more for the visitors to dent Guiseley’s fine start to the season. Next up for the Nethermoor side is a daunting trip to Peterlee, who – like Chester and Scunthorpe – have two wins from two games.
In the southern section of Division One, Bradford City A earned a 1-1 draw at Doncaster Foundation when Lauren Asquith bundled in a Chelsey Faulkner cross for a late equaliser.
City will be looking to extend their unbeaten start on Sunday when they take on Goole Town at Rawden Meadows.
Keighley Oaks avenged their recent cup defeat at the hands of Ossett Albion with a 3-1 win at Marley thanks to goals from Sophie Gains (2) and Frances Nichol. Former City midfielder Nicky Davies replied.
Kirklees went down 3-0 at home to Millers and next take on Wetherby, while Rothwell tackle leaders Westella – on the back of an 11-1 win at Goole – and Ossett Albion host Malet Lambert.
Goals from Caroline Omboyi (2), Dominique Hoad and a first-half header from Mel Garside-Wight gave the City first team a 4-0 win over Stockport County.
This lifted them to third in the Women’s Northern Combination but South Durham and Chorley still lead the way with five wins from as many games.
Huddersfield Town bounced back from a midweek defeat at the hands of City to beat pointless Wakefield 4-1, while Leeds City Vixens went down 2-1 at Sheffield United Community.
The West Riding County League got underway with Bradford Park Avenue crashing 7-0 at home to Tingley in the Premier Division.
They will be desperate to put things right on Sunday when they visit a Brighouse side fresh from a 4-3 win at Wakefield Reserves in their opening game.
Rothwell Reserves visit Silsden this weekend and Celtic go to a Wortley side in high spirits after an 8-0 win over Castleford White Rose reserves.
Dewsbury Rangers, at home to Amaranth, were beaten 3-2 at Skipton in their opener.