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The top two teams remain neck and neck in the Southern Division after both recorded victories on Sunday.
Reading FC Women hold on to the leadership on goal difference after they ran out 4-0 winners over Lewes. Alice Palmer gave the Royals a first half lead which was doubled on the stroke of half time by Francesca Kirby. Stacey Wiggins put them further ahead early in the second half and Palmer rounded off the scoring with her second goal (see match report).
Millwall Lionesses made sure of keeping pace with Reading, and still possess a game in hand, following their 2-0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur. Emma Whitter put the Lionesses in front on the half hour mark and Alicia Ferguson made the points safe with the second goal, deep into the second half.
In the other game to be played, Yeovil Town lifted themselves up into third place - their highest ever league position - as they defeated Gillingham 3-0, completing a miserable day for away teams. Grace Rapp had a good day in front of goal for Yeovil as she netted twice, with Laura Bray joining her on the scoresheet.
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