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Gillingham held on to the leadership of the Southern Division after scoring five without reply past Chesham Utd.
Charlotte Gurr kept up her fine start to the new campaign by netting twice, taking her tally to five in three games. Danielle Carlton, Amy Taylor and Felicity Gibbons added the other goals which see the Gills head the table by a single point.
Cardiff City Ladies had started the day in second place but Portsmouth replace them after beating them 2-0. Kirsty McGee gave Pompey a first half lead and Lucy Quinn sewed up the points with ten minutes remaining (see match report).
Remarkably the next seven teams in the table are all level on four points, headed by Tottenham Hotspur who shared a 2-2 draw with Charlton Athletic. Rosie Kmita and Wendy Martin were on the scoresheet for unbeaten Spurs, with the Addicks replying through Stef Simmons and Emma Harrison, who grabbed an injury time equaliser.
Coventry City are the other team in the division who are yet to be beaten, they were close to a second straight win but were held to a 1-1 draw by Brighton & Hove Albion. The Sky Blues led through a goal from Kim Walton, with in-form striker Lily Agg sealing a point for the Seagulls by netting the leveller.
The other game in the division also ended with honours even as West Ham Utd and Lewes shared a 1-1 draw. Lewes took the lead with a header from Naomi Cole and looked on course for a second win a row before Kelley Blanchflower salvaged a draw for the Hammers with four minutes remaining.
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