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 Women's Football News 18 Oct 2013
 
Nottingham Forest regained the leadership of the Northern Division following their 4-2 victory away to Sheffield Utd Community. Taylor Thompson scored all four goals for Forest, with Hannah Crossley hitting a double in reply, to leave Forest on top of a trio of teams on goal difference. Sheffield FC won 4-1 at Huddersfield Town to go second, just in front of Bradford City who beat previous leaders Newcastle Utd 3-1 thanks to Mel Garside-Wright, Rebecca Kendell and Molly-Mae Sharp. Shelbey Morris and Emily Starkie scored the goals as Leeds Utd won for the first time, 2-0 against Derby County.
 
Wolverhampton Wanderers have now gone six points clear in the Midland Division following their 4-0 victory over Loughborough Students. Chloe Dodd and Aimee Higgins both scored just ahead of half time with Dodd going on to net her second and Rowanne Adams completed the tally. Goals from Emily March and Karen Clough gave Coventry City a 2-1 success at Stoke City and they are in second, ahead of Cardiff City Ladies who defeated Leicester City Women 6-2 with strikes from Cori Williams (2), Zoe Atkins (2), Kierra Deeks and Leah Williams.
 
One match was played in the Southern Division, Portsmouth battling out a 1-1 draw with West Ham Utd. Ellie Crabb gave Pompey an early lead which was cancelled out by Alexandra Moir.
 
The first League Cup group matches took place in the FA WSL Development League and in Group One, Reading FC Women were 4-1 winners over Chelsea. Two penalties in the first few minutes put Reading in control, first Lauren Bruton was brought down and converted the spot kick herself, and just a few minutes later a challenge on the left of the area was penalised and Cheryl Williams blasted the kick home. Fran Kirby hit the woodwork twice before Chelsea pulled a goal back just before half time from a shot on the edge of the area by Rosanna Ayane. The second half saw chances at either end, and an accidental kick in the face for Chelsea keeper Rebecca Bull which meant she had to leave the field, with captain Laura Rafferty taking over between the posts for the last fifteen minutes. Good work down the left by Kirby set up goals for Bruton and substitute Rebekah Haines. In the other game, Arsenal beat London Bees 2-1, Bianca Bragg scoring a last minute winner to add to Carla Humphrey's earlier strike.
 
Everton got off to a good start in Group Two, Chantelle Boye-Hlorkah hitting a hat-trick along with Marley Forster and Lucy Whipp in their 5-2 victory over Doncaster Rovers Belles. Sunderland won 2-0 at Durham WFC thanks to Erin Middleton and Brogan McHugh whilst an Ashley Hodson strike earned Liverpool a 1-0 win over Manchester City.
 
In Group Three, Steph Beck and Abi Locke gave Yeovil Town a 2-1 victory against Oxford Utd, who replied through Amy Chivers. Notts County and Aston Villa meanwhile finished level at 2-2, County's scorers were Sophie Haywood and Emily Roberts.

 
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