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Millwall Lionesses have edged a further point ahead at the top of the Southern Division after sharing a goalless draw with West Ham Utd.
The result did not really do either the Hammers or the Lionesses any favours but it does mean that Millwall head the table by four points from Reading FC Women, who have a game in hand. West Ham lie in fourth place, eight points off the pace but having played two games less.
At the other end of the table, Queen's Park Rangers did their chances of climbing out of the bottom two a power of good as they won 2-1 away to Gillingham.
The inconsistent Gills had beaten Millwall seven days earlier but Kallie Balfour's strike was only a consolation, with Elly Maggs and Kim Meadows each scoring vital goals for Rangers.
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