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A late goal gave second placed Keynsham Town a crucial point in a 1-1 draw away to Colchester Utd and saw them trim West Ham Utd's lead at the top of the Southern Division to five points.
Colchester looked to be on their way towards an important victory for themselves as they led through a goal from Amelia Southgate but Keynsham snatched a share of the spoils via a late equaliser by Suzanne Grant.
The only other game to go ahead on Sunday was the clash between the two sides enjoying their first campaigns at Premier League level.
Yeovil Town and Gillingham battled out a goalless but entertaining match in which Yeovil goalkeeper Rachel Simkin pulled off excellent saves from Ashlee Hincks and Natalie Crinean, whilst at the other end Terri Trowbridge was twice denied by fine stops from Rebecca Spencer.
The result means that Yeovil remain in fifth place, with the Gills situated just two places below them.
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