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Southern Division Champions Millwall Lionesses passed the 50-point mark and are now fifteen clear after scoring five without reply away to Keynsham Town.
Millwall did not take the lead until three minutes before half time but goals in quick succession from Laura Jeffery and Ann Marie Heatherson sent them into the interval with a two goal lead. Charlotte Gurr added a third on the hour before Leah Jones and a Tanja Andjelkovic own goal rounded off the victory.
West Ham Utd still harbour hopes of a second place finish and they dealt a blow to one of their rivals by beating Charlton Athletic 3-2. In a closely fought local derby, Natalie Crinean netted the only goal of the first half for the Addicks before three goals in a ten minute spell put the Hammers in control. Tracey Duxbury, Rosey Sullivan and Sam Pittuck all found the net and, despite Ellie Stenning pulling one back for the Charlton, West Ham are now level on points with second placed Barnet - who have a game in hand - with Charlton three points behind.
Portsmouth's hopes of the runners-up spot may be over after a late fightback by Colchester Utd secured the home side a 4-3 victory. Gemma Hillier gave Pompey a first minute lead which was doubled by Lisa Langrish. Maegan Doyle replied for Colchester after the break but Langrish's second looked to have given Portsmouth the points. However, Doyle scored twice to complete her hat-trick and Paige Chappell also found the net to give the U's a dramatic win in their last match.
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