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 Women's Football News 29 Nov 2013
Bradford City have gone four points clear at the top of the Northern Division after they won 5-2 away to Newcastle Utd. Abigail Barker netted twice for City along with Katy Woodcock, Jodie Litherland and Melanie Garside-Wright. Andi Bell meanwhile scored the only goal of the game as Nottingham Forest replaced Sheffield FC in second by beating them 1-0. Derby County ran out 7-0 winners over Huddersfield Town, Amber-Leigh Denny hitting a hat-trick and Georgina Williams a brace with Charlotte Marriott and Ella Ritchie joining them on the scoresheet.
Wolverhampton Wanderers held on to the leadership of the Midland Division on goal difference following their 7-4 victory over Leicester City Ladies. Jade Cross bagged a hat-trick and there were two goals apiece from Chloe Dodd and Louise Price. Cardiff City Ladies stay level on points with Wolves after beating Stoke City 1-0. Coventry City kept up their 100% record as Kelly Worthington, Remmie Stephens and Cherelle Archibald gave them a 3-2 win against Loughborough Students.
In the Reserve Section League Cup, Tottenham Hotspur took top spot in Group Four after sharing a 3-3 draw with Charlton Athletic, who finish second. Katie O'Leary, Roseanne Shafier and Maya Vio were on target for Spurs, with Ellie Searle (2) and Beth Rodger replying. Katie Sheppard scored the only goal as West Ham Utd finished on a winning note against Gillingham. Meanwhile in Group Five, Brighton & Hove Albion notched up a 3-0 success at Portsmouth, Lucy Somes, Amy Potkins and Paige Baker-Carroll were on the scoresheet. Leeds Utd won 4-0 away to Sheffield Utd Community in Group One with goals from Katie-Jo Duckworth, Sophie Varley, Chelsea Calvert and Erika Ziemiecki.
Manchester City stay top of the Northern Division in the FA WSL Development League after they beat Durham WFC 3-2 thanks to Natasha Flint, Cara Fields and Chelsea Nightingale. Aston Villa made sure of keeping pace with them, Olivia Fergusson giving them a 1-0 win over Doncaster Rovers Belles. Liverpool and unbeaten Birmingham City battled out a 1-1 draw, Claudia Walker netting for the Reds with Katie Wilkinson replying, and a Charlie Fitzpatrick double, plus a Lucy Whipp strike, earned Everton a 3-2 victory over Notts County.
Arsenal have regained the leadership of the Southern Division after a brace from Freda Ayisi gave them a 2-1 win away to Reading FC Women. They lead on goal difference from Chelsea who scored five without reply at Watford, Millie Farrow on target twice along with Hannah Blundell, Jenna Dear and Ellie Mason. Millwall Lionesses had started the day on top of the table but they were beaten for the first time, 2-1 by London Bees who scored through Megan Goss and Dawn Mallett. Bristol Academy are placed just behind the leading sides, they came from behind to beat Oxford Utd 3-1 with second half goals from Gabriella Simmons-Bird, Frances Davis and Samantha McGarry.

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