Birmingham University overtook Sutton Coldfield yesterday to head Division One of the Women's National League after beating their local rivals 3-2.
The previous day, the University had been responsible for removing Harleston Magpies from the top slot by beating them 2-1, having come from behind with goals by Marie-Laure Rigg and Jenny Farrow.
Yesterday, they again produced a comeback show, with second-half goals by Rebecca Hevingham, Sara Scott and Hannah Buchan.
Sutton Coldfield, who now share second place with two other teams, shot into the lead through Katie Long after 13 seconds and although Jane Sixsmith scored a second-half equaliser, the University were more forceful.
Sixsmith scored a 40th minute goal to defeat Reading on Saturday.
Olton had a weekend of mixed fortunes but rose to joint third place in the Premier Division by beating Doncaster 5-1 yesterday. Lucilla Wright (2), Denise Marston-Smith, Mandy Gatherer and Rachel Walker demonstrated the quality of the side with their goals, although they had crashed 5-2 away to Slough 24 hours earlier. Philippa Woodrow and Gatherer were on target.
The shock of the day on Saturday was provided by North Division leaders Aldridge, who never recovered from a first-half goal blitz to lose to bottom side Chester.
The Staffordshire side were 3-0 down after 22 minutes and could managed only a 50th-minute goal by Elie Keating as Chester secured their first win.
Although Worcester struggled once more on Saturday and lost 3-1 to St Albans in South Division, they triumphed yesterday at home to Swansea 5-2 to take their first points. Rachel Creese scored a hat-trick of penaltycorner goals and Liz George claimed the other two.
Cannock seem unstoppable in the Men's National League, increasing their lead to eight points with a 4-0 defeat of Loughborough Students on Saturday.
Richard Lane led the way with two goals following penalty corners in the first quarter of the match and Matt Taylor and Andy Langlands added the other two.
Leek pipped Bournville 3-2 yesterday to take a four-point lead in the North Division. Craig Keegan scored another two goals for Leek, while Matt Ruxton replied with two for Bournville.
Stourport moved into fourth place, three points behind Bournville, following their 6-0 defeat of Lichfield. Phil Lashford scored twice and the other goals came from Rob Allen, Imran Yousaf and his brother Irfan and Noel Magnay.
In the South Division, Barford Tigers recorded their second win, 3-1 against Cambridge University. Harinder Sandhu scored two and Jimmy Singh struck the third goal while Birmingham University lost 4-0 at home to Oxted.
Edgbaston suffered an unexpected heavy defeat, crashing 6-2 against lowly placed West Bridgford in the Coaching Solutions League Midland Premier Division and slipped from joint-top to joint-third place.
Coventry, who had been the other joint leaders, also slipped up in a 1-1 draw at Chesterfield and dropped to second, allowing Telford & Shifnal to take pole position. However, the Shropshire side were fortunate to gain three points as they only pipped bottom side Players 5-4.
Olton lie just above midtable after beating Harborne 2-1.