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 Women's Football News 7 Mar 2014
Bradford City held on to the leadership of the Northern Division after beating Derby County 3-2. Derby twice took the lead through Georgina Williams and Dayna Randall but Bradford went on to pick up the points, thanks to Kathryn Connell, Abigail Barker and Jodie Litherland. Sheffield FC meanwhile completed their fixtures by scoring eight without reply past Sheffield Utd Community. Ashton Crouch hit a hat-trick, Rachel Charles weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Jess Heald, Millie Kenyon and Magan Hill. Nottingham Forest are the only remaining team who can catch Bradford and they kept their hopes alive with a 4-0 success at Huddersfield Town, thanks to a Taylor Thompson brace, Lucy Webster and Ciara Albas-Martin. Newcastle Utd and Leeds Utd battled out a 1-1 draw, Rachel Stuart was on target for Leeds.
One match was played in the Midland Division, Stoke City running out 9-0 winners over Leicester City Ladies to cement themselves in fifth place.
The leadership changed hands in the Southern Division, Brighton & Hove Albion replacing Charlton Athletic at the top after beating them 2-1.
FA WSL Development League Northern Division leaders Manchester City went down to a 2-0 defeat at home to Liverpool, who scored through Ashley Hodson and Katie Zelem. This allowed Aston Villa the chance to draw level on points with them at the top and they duly took it with a 2-0 success, given to them by Carly Davies and Chloe Jones. Doncaster Rovers Belles and Sunderland fought out a goalless draw in the other game.
Arsenal have replaced Chelsea at the top of the Southern Division after beating them 6-1. Carla Humphrey led the scoring for the Gunners with a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Amber Gaylor, Leah Williamson and Molly Bartrip. London Bees meanwhile came from behind to win 3-2 against Bristol Academy, goals coming from Chantele Lawrence, Emily Clements and Lucy Loomes, who netted the late winner.

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