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 Women's Football News 1 Nov 2013
 
Newcastle Utd and Sheffield FC are locked in the top two positions in their group in the Reserve Section League Cup after they fought out a 3-3 draw on Sunday. Rachel Vassalo gave Newcastle an 18th minute lead which was cancelled out by Ashton Crouch and the Magpies went in front on two more occasions during the second half through Laureen Driver and Claire Pitt, with Lisa Giampalma and Olivia Foxton - the latter deep into injury time - equalising on each occasion.
 
Bradford City kept up their good start in Group Three and they sit at the top following their 3-1 victory away to Wolverhampton Wanderers. All of Bradford's goals came in the opening eighteen minutes, Ellie Swinhoe netting twice with Abby Parkin adding the other. Stoke City moved above Wolves into second place as they ran out 4-1 winners at Huddersfield Town. Siobhan McElhinney did give Huddersfield a first half lead but Sydney Hinchcliffe quickly equalised and Stoke went on to seal the points thanks to a Sinead Tierney brace and an own goal.
 
Tottenham Hotspur took a huge step towards qualifying from Group Four, thanks to a 3-0 win over Gillingham. Roseanne Shafier was on target twice for Spurs along with Andrea Marcocci. Meanwhile a brace from Emma Harrison plus goals by Katie Hardaker and Charley Clifford put Charlton Athletic back on track as they defeated West Ham Utd 4-1.
 
Leicester City Women emerged as 2-1 winners over Leicester City Ladies and this sees them go three points clear at the top of Group Six. Summer Pratt and Lottie Tattam scored their goals, with Eva Rogers replying. Kelly Worthington (2) and Abby Hadlum were on the scoresheet as Coventry City moved into second place on the back of a 3-1 victory over Loughborough Students to complete a day where none of the seven League Cup ties resulted in a home win.
 
No matches were played in the FA WSL Development League on Sunday because of international fixtures.

 
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