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Reserve Section League Cup
Everton are one step away from reaching their third Reserve Section League Cup Final in a row after a 6-3 victory away to Manchester City in their delayed quarter final tie and Chelsea now stand in their way. The semi final line up was finally completed by Charlton Athletic who ran out 5-0 winners over Sunderland. Gemma Bryan hit a hat-trick with Annabel Prior and Megan Chandler adding the other goals for the Addicks, who are now at home to Bristol Academy.
Midlands/North Division One
In the only match played, Blackburn Rovers were unable to take an opportunity to return to the top of the table when they were beaten 2-1 by Liverpool.
Midlands/North Division Two
There was no change of leadership in Midlands/North Division Two, Leeds Utd remaining at the summit after their two closest rivals, Doncaster Rovers Belles and Sheffield FC, battled out a 3-3 draw. Carla Ward's early strike was cancelled out by Nicola Emery, then two strikes early in the second half by Suzanne Davies looked to have put Sheffield on their way to victory and top spot. However in the last seven minutes, Sarah-Louise Burke and Lucy Sowerby both scored to snatch an important point for the Belles. Wolverhampton Wanderers meanwhile closed the gap on the top three by scoring seven without reply past Derby County.
Southern Division One
Goals from Rhian Cleverley, Ellie Curson, Samantha Quayle and Rachel Hignett helped Bristol Academy ease to a 4-0 victory over Cardiff City Ladies which keeps them in mid-table but with games in hand on the leading teams. Colchester Utd meanwhile moved out of the bottom two by beating West Ham Utd 5-2.
Southern Division Two
Watford held on to the leadership after a second half goal from Amy Makewell gave them a 1-0 win away to Brighton & Hove Albion. Reading FC Women defeated Portsmouth 5-3 to stay level on points with the Golden Girls, Rebekah Haines netting twice for the Royals with Emma Jones, Gemma Sims and Georgia Hayes also on target. Queen's Park Rangers moved up to third place by beating Millwall Lionesses 2-1, Emma Davies and Kesliegh Long scoring, and Tottenham Hotspur were 2-0 winners over Yeovil Town.
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