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Southern Division leaders Brighton & Hove Albion staged a fightback to earn themselves a 2-2 draw away to Keynsham Town.
The home side took a fifteenth minute lead through Ashley Reinecke and a Carly Noakes own goal put them two ahead. Gemma Fraser reduced the arrears two minutes before half time and Amy Found earned the Seagulls a point with an equaliser on the hour mark.
West Ham Utd are back in second place after they won their local derby 3-0 against Tottenham Hotspur. All of the Hammers' goals came in the first half, Carly Roache putting them ahead in the second minute before Gemma Shepherd added the other two, the second of which came from the penalty spot.
Colchester Utd and Portsmouth occupy the next two places after they battled out a 1-1 draw. Pompey did take the lead through Leeta Rutherford ten minutes ahead of the interval, with Kate Longhurst replying just two minutes later to earn the U's a share of the spoils.
A late goal salvaged a point for Gillingham as their match with Queen's Park Rangers also finished level at 1-1. Rangers had led since the stroke of half time when Cherelle Albert scored but with four minutes remaining, Vicky Ashton-Jones levelled for the Gills who stay in sixth place.
The fourth of the five games to end in a draw was at Plymouth Argyle where the home side shared a 1-1 scoreline with Millwall Lionesses. Kasia Viggor put the Lionesses ahead on the half hour and the division's leading scorer, Tash Knapman replied for Argyle midway through the second half with her ninth goal of the season.
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