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Midlands/North Division One
Everton are back on top of Midlands/North Division One following their 3-1 local derby victory against Liverpool. Danielle Turner and Chantelle Boye-Hlorkah put the Toffees two ahead at the interval and although Becky Abbott pulled a goal back, Emily Hollinshead sealed the points for Everton late on. Blackburn Rovers had started the day as leaders but they found themselves beaten for the first time, 2-1 by Leicester City for whom Beth Goodman and Kim Farrow were on target. The next two places are occupied by Manchester City and Sunderland following their 1-1 draw, Jane Riddell scoring Sunderland's goal.
Midlands/North Division Two
Lincoln Ladies climbed up into second place, one point off the leadership after a brace of goals from Emily Roberts earned them a 2-1 victory away to Newcastle Utd. Leeds Utd remain level on points with the Lady Imps and go third following their 2-1 win over Sheffield FC, Sophie Varley and Olivia Smart netting their goals with Lynn Goodman replying.
Southern Division One
One match was played in Southern Division One and it saw leaders Charlton Athletic open up a three point gap at the top by beating fourth placed West Ham Utd 2-0. A win would actually have seen the Hammers take over the leadership but Charlton took the lead on the stroke of half time through a penalty converted by goalkeeper Megen Lynch and Kristina Manktelow wrapped up the win after a run through the middle right on full time.
Southern Division Two
Cup duties ensured that just a solitary match took place with Queen's Park Rangers running out 5-1 winners away to Portsmouth, taking themselves into the top half of the table. Kasha Petit (2), Natasha Stephens, Suzanne Giesen and Kim Meadows were all on the scoresheet for Rangers, with the home side's consolation coming from Chloe Ranger.
Reserve Section League Cup
The final Second Round tie was played on Sunday, Brighton & Hove Albion completing the quarter final line up by defeating Colchester Utd 3-0. Brighton's reward in the last eight is a tough one as they must travel to play Bristol Academy this Sunday.
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