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Newcastle Utd staged a fine second half comeback to hold Northern Division leaders Sheffield FC to a 3-3 draw on Sunday.
Sheffield had led 3-1 at the interval thanks to goals from Suzanne Davies, Jodie Michalska and Catherine Lawson but Michael Havelock's team battled back to become only the second team to take points off the Yorkshire side this season. Charlotte Potts scored twice and Jess Foster the other to earn Newcastle a valuable point.
Nottingham Forest ran out 3-0 winners over local rivals Derby County and now trail Sheffield by seven points, with a game in hand. Natasha Meade gave Forest a fourth minute lead which was extended midway through the first half by Katie McLoughlin. Andi Bell rounded off the win for Forest with the third goal, twenty minutes from time.
Sporting Club Albion held on to third place following their 1-1 draw with Blackburn Rovers. Beth Donoghue had given Rovers the lead on the half hour and they stayed in front until the midway point of the second half, when Ashleigh Neville gave Albion a share of the spoils.
Wolverhampton Wanderers notched up a 3-0 win away to Leicester City which takes them closer towards the mid-table positions. Jamillah Palmer opened the scoring for Wolves on the stroke of half time and they went further ahead after the break when Hannah Williams scored direct from a free kick from fully fifty yards. Jordan Timmins-Ray wrapped up the points with the third goal, six minutes from time.
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