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 Women's Football News 4 Apr 2014
Nottingham Forest picked up one of the wins they need in order to pip Bradford City to the Northern Division title. Grace Abbott, Taylor Thompson, Elizabeta Ejupi, Sarah Richardson and Sophie Davies all scored a goal apiece as Forest ran out 5-2 winners over Huddersfield Town and they now need four more points from their last two games.
Coventry City's challenge in the Midland Division took a knock as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Stoke City, despite finding the net through Maria De Compos and Alison Forbes.
In the Southern Division, Gillingham lifted themselves off the bottom of the table at the expense of Tottenham Hotspur after beating them 5-0.
The top two in the FA WSL Development League Northern Division met each other on Sunday and Everton hold on to the leadership on goal difference after they and Aston Villa finished level at 1-1. Caitlin Hayes gave Everton the lead early in the second half and Maisie Baker equalised with fifteen minutes left. Manchester City shared a 2-2 draw with Sunderland, for whom Kelly McDougall netted both goals, and the other match in the division also finished with honours even as Birmingham City and Doncaster Rovers Belles battled out a 2-2 result with the Belles' goals coming from Emma Johnson and Lucy Sowerby.
Arsenal made it seven wins in eight games at the top of the Southern Division, a second half strike from Molly Bartrip earning them a 1-0 victory over Yeovil Town. Millwall Lionesses are in second after beating Oxford Utd 3-0. Emma Sherwood gave them the lead and they went on to add further goals through Stevie Lamb and Shauni Griffiths. Bristol Academy lifted themselves into top three after Alys Hinchcliffe, Rebecca Holloway and Gabriella Simmons-Bird were on target in their 3-1 victory over Watford, who replied through Stacie Donnelly. London Bees remain unbeaten following a 4-1 success away to Reading Women in which Lucy Loomes (2), Paige Wakefield and Alex Duberry were on the scoresheet.

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