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Last season's top three are all through to the semi finals of the Premier League Cup after convincing victories on Sunday.
Cup holders Arsenal moved into the last four with a 4-0 victory over a battling Keynsham Town side, the last remaining club from outside the top flight. Julie Fleeting scored twice on her return to action since giving birth last summer, while Katie Chapman and Kim Little were also on target.
Everton, winners of the trophy two years ago, also progressed by beating Doncaster Rovers Belles 3-0. Natasha Dowie put them in front midway through the first half but it wasn't until after the break that the game was made safe, thanks to goals in quick succession from Toni Duggan and Dowie.
Chelsea are one stage away from their first ever major Cup Final, following an 8-0 win against Bristol Academy. Casey Stoney opened the scoring for the Blues, before an own goal and Lianne Sanderson put them three ahead at the break. Sanderson went on to complete a hat-trick during the second half and Chelsea added further goals through Dunia Susi, Sophie Perry and Emma Whitter.
The other quarter final tie between Leeds Carnegie and Blackburn Rovers was postponed, falling victim to a waterlogged pitch.
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