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Reserve Section Leagues round-up
 Women's Football News 1 Mar 2013
Chelsea are through to the Final of the Reserve Section League Cup once again after they won 2-1 away to Everton in their semi final on Sunday. First half goals from Nicole Matthews and Katie Kingshott turned out to be enough to see Chelsea through. The other semi final between Charlton Athletic and Bristol Academy is set to be played this week. 
Midlands/North Division One
Manchester City scored seven without reply away to Nottingham Forest to place themselves back on top once again. Kayleigh Larkin gave City the lead in the opening minute and went on to complete her double as did Levi Wensley, with Katy Armsden, Holly Brady and Becky Grocott also getting on the scoresheet. Manchester City now have a three point lead over Everton and the sides are due to meet each other this Sunday. Sunderland meanwhile moved up into third after goals from Ellie Hall, Laura Hockaday and Abbey Joice gave them a 3-2 win at Liverpool. 
Midlands/North Division Two
One match was played, a win would have seen Lincoln Ladies take over as leaders but instead they remain in second place following a 1-1 draw with Stoke City, despite a goal from Amy Kay. 
Southern Division One
With leaders Chelsea on League Cup duty, Arsenal narrowed the gap on them to a single point with a 7-1 victory over Gillingham. Freda Ayisi and Lauren Bruton each scored twice with Zoe Cunningham, Magda Mosengo and Rebecca Danbridge adding the others. West Ham Utd and Bristol Academy occupy the mid-table positions after their meeting ended goalless whilst a brace from Naomi Clipston earned Cardiff City Ladies a 2-1 win against Colchester Utd. 
Southern Division Two
The top of the table clash went the way of Reading FC Women who were 3-1 winners at Watford. Emma Jones, Rosie Page-Smith and Gemma Sims saw them to victory but Watford, who replied through Zoe Teasdale, hold on to top spot on goal difference. Tottenham Hotspur defeated third placed Queen's Park Rangers 2-0 thanks to Wendy Martin and Christina Oshodi and Yeovil Town edged out Portsmouth by the odd goal in five, Colette Martin netting twice along with Kayleigh Sage.

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