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Belles cut down Forest
 Women's Football News 2 Oct 2009
 
Belles cut down Forest - 2 Oct 2009 - Women's Football NewsDoncaster Rovers Belles leapfrogged Nottingham Forest into third place in the National Division on Wednesday night by beating them 4-2 at Carlton Town F.C.
 
The Belles were given the perfect start as full back Vanessa Leat fired them into a third minute lead with a 25-yard strike. Vicky Exley quickly extended the advantage by curling home a free kick from the edge of the area and Kasia Lipka made sure they were three ahead on the quarter hour, netting her first goal for the club via a 20-yard drive.
 
Forest gave themselves renewed hope just ahead of half time when Levi Penny slotted home from Beth Bailey's through ball but, barely a minute later, the three-goal deficit was restored, Liz Hansen slotting home from close range. Substitute Dani Duffy pulled a goal back for Forest midway through the second half but there were no further scares for the Belles as they recorded their biggest win of the season so far.
 
Liverpool march on at the top of the Northern Division after running out 4-0 winners over Preston North End. Katie Williams, Jenny Toole, Jo Traynor and Amber Simms all bagged a goal apiece to take the Reds two points clear.
 
Aston Villa kept up their good start and their 2-1 win away to Luton Town has taken them into second place. Natalie Gibson and Kim Farrow netted their goals, with Laveena Betts having scored a first half equaliser for Luton.
 
In the Southern Division, Reading FC Women moved level on points with leaders Barnet thanks to a 3-2 victory away to Queen's Park Rangers. Melissa Fletcher, Natasha Caswell and Francesca Kirby were all on target for Reading with Rangers replying via a double from Cherelle Albert.
 
Portsmouth are back in third place after being held to a 1-1 draw by South Coast rivals Brighton & Hove Albion. Justine Lorton netted for Pompey via a 25-yard free kick.
 
West Ham Utd and Colchester Utd remain just behind the leading sides after they battled out a goalless draw - the unbeaten Hammers' fifth of the season in eight matches.
 
The points were also shared for the second time this season as Keynsham Town and Cardiff City drew 2-2. Ana Bruni netted a second half equaliser for Keynsham to add to Leanne Lapham's earlier penalty, Cardiff having led through Danielle Broadhurst and a penalty from Natasha Harding.

 
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