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Bradford City are through to the Reserve Section League Cup Final at the first attempt following their 3-1 semi final victory over Nottingham Forest on Sunday. Melanie Garside-Wright put Bradford in front in the seventh minute and after Jemma Grimadell had equalised on the 40 minute mark, Caroline Omboyi struck on the stroke of half time to ensure that City led going into the break. Midway through the second half, Abby Parkin scored a decisive goal to secure victory for Bradford who will meet Cardiff City Ladies in the Final at Stratford Town F.C. on Sunday 27th April (2pm).
There was better news for Forest during the week as they defeated Sheffield Utd Community 3-0 to replace Bradford at the top of the Northern Division. Kirsty Allen, Trina Greaves and Jemma Grimadell were all on target for Forest.
Cardiff City Ladies meanwhile went further clear at the top of the Midland Division after beating Coventry City 1-0. The South Wales side have already clinched the title and are now nine points clear of runners-up Wolverhampton Wanderers after Zoe Atkins scored the only goal of the game.
Manchester City held on to the leadership of the Northern Division in the FA WSL Development League after winning 4-0 away to Doncaster Rovers Belles. Alice Hey scored twice along with Cara Fields and Sophie Lynch for City who lead on goal difference from Aston Villa who beat Durham Women 4-2 thanks to a Natasha Baptiste brace, Chloe Harper and Mariah McIntosh. Sophie Williams (2), Bianca Owens and Charlotte Potts were on the scoresheet as Sunderland won 4-2 at Liverpool to go third, ahead of Everton who went down 2-1 at home to Birmingham City.
In the Southern Division, Arsenal increased their lead to six points as Carla Humphrey and Evie Clarke gave them a 2-1 victory over Bristol Academy, who replied through Alys Hinchcliffe. Chelsea defeated Yeovil Town 4-0 to go second, Millie Farrow hitting a hat-trick and Jenna Dear the other, while Millwall Lionesses remain well in contention after scoring five without reply past Watford. London Bees remain unbeaten, just behind the leading pack, after running out 6-1 winners over Oxford Utd.
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