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The top of the table clash in the Northern Division culminated in a 1-1 draw, meaning that Bradford City remain one point ahead of Sheffield FC. Magan Hill did give Sheffield the lead early in the second half with Melanie Garside-Wright hitting back to earn Bradford a share of the spoils and retention of the leadership. Huddersfield Town meanwhile ran out 6-1 winners away to Sheffield Utd Community to register their first victory, spearheaded by a hat-trick from Debbie Hastings. Shauna Messenger weighed in with a brace and Lauren Pritchard was also on target.
In the Midland Division, Cardiff City Ladies moved themselves level on points with leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers by beating them 1-0, Bethan Price scoring. Loughborough Students meanwhile stormed to a 10-1 success against Leicester City Ladies which takes them out of the bottom two places.
Southern Division table toppers Charlton Athletic were held to a 1-1 draw by Portsmouth and are now four points clear. Tiff Taylor gave Pompey a second half lead which was cancelled out with fifteen minutes remaining by Clare Rogers.
There was a change of leadership in the FA WSL Development League Northern Division, Manchester City going top when defeating Doncaster Rovers Belles 3-1 with goals from Cara Fields, Alice Hey and Natasha Flint. Previous leaders Aston Villa were held to a 2-2 draw by Durham WFC, Emma Chatterton and Chloe Harper netting for Villa with Meg Lawson and Stacy Crooks replying. Beth Donoghue and Katie Zelem were on target as Liverpool went third via a 2-1 win away to Sunderland. Birmingham City and Everton meanwhile battled out a 1-1 draw, Lucy Whipp's early strike for Everton being cancelled out by Coral-Jade Haines.
Millwall Lionesses have taken over as the new leaders of the Southern Division following their 1-1 draw with Watford. Emma Plewa was on target for Millwall in reply to Jo Wilson's earlier goal. Arsenal had started the day on top but they were beaten 2-0 by Bristol Academy whose markswomen were Loren Dykes and Gabriella Simmons-Bird. Chelsea have moved level on points with second placed Arsenal, thanks to a 3-2 victory over Yeovil Town. Oxford Utd and London Bees each picked up their first point when sharing four goals, Oxford having gone two ahead through a Katie Stanley double before the Bees hit back with strikes from Billie Brooks and Paige Wakefield.
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