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Reading narrow the gap
 Women's Football News 15 Mar 2010
 
Reading narrow the gap - 15 Mar 2010 - Women's Football NewsWhile Barnet were involved in the semi finals of the F.A.Women's Cup, Reading FC Women trimmed their lead in the Southern Division to three points with a 5-0 victory away to Crystal Palace.
 
Melissa Fletcher gave the Royals a fifth minute lead and Natasha Caswell netted twice, one from the penalty spot, ahead of the interval. Francesca Kirby rounded off the victory for Reading with two second half goals, scored in a five-minute spell.
 
Portsmouth are back in third place after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Charlton Athletic. Kirsty McGee's goal midway through the first half had looked to have been enough to send Pompey on the way to another victory but they were pegged back by an equaliser from Toni Alden, three minutes from time.
 
Brighton & Hove Albion kept up their unbeaten run and were winners over Cardiff City for the second time in three weeks. First half goals from Vicky Vickery and Amy Found gave the Seagulls a 2-1 victory, despite Ellie Davies pulling a goal back for Cardiff with twenty minutes remaining.
 
Keynsham Town won an entertaining match 3-1 against Colchester Utd to keep their slim hopes alive. Leanne Lapham gave them an early lead which was doubled ten minutes before half time by Kayleigh Sage. Lapham scored her second after the break and was unlucky not to complete her hat-trick when her header struck the bar. Colchester scored a late consolation through Lily Mellors, who also hit the post with a header.
 
WFC Fulham picked up a valuable point when sharing a goalless draw with Queen's Park Rangers in their local derby. However the Whites are still marooned in the bottom two by seven points whilst Rangers stay just below mid-table.

 
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