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In the only Premier League Reserve Section match to survive the weather, Cardiff City Ladies have opened up a six point lead at the top of the Midland Division following their 3-1 victory over Loughborough Students. Cori Williams scored twice and Leah Williams added the other to earn the South Wales side their seventh successive win.
There was better luck in the FA WSL Development League as four matches went ahead in the latest round of League Cup group fixtures.
All of the scheduled games in Group One were wiped out but in Group Two, there was action as Liverpool played host to Doncaster Rovers Belles. The Belles went close early on when Jemma Purfield's shot was blocked by Gemma Jackson whilst at the other end, Ashley Hodson rattled the bar from a free kick. After the break, Hodson almost gave the Reds the lead on two occasions and Claudia Walker fired over while at the other end, Jackson saved well from a Lauren Cresswell free kick as neither side could make a breakthrough on the day. Liverpool therefore lead the group by three points whilst the Belles remain at the foot, albeit just one point away from third place.
Group Three meanwhile saw a full programme completed and it is Aston Villa who continue to lead the way following their 1-0 victory over Oxford Utd, Chloe Harper scoring the only goal of the game with fifteen minutes remaining. Indeed Villa and Notts County have now pulled away from the other teams, Amy Kay grabbing the only goal of the game as County also won 1-0 against third placed Birmingham City. Bristol Academy ended their run of three straight defeats in the competition and recorded their first success, 3-1 away to Yeovil Town.
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