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Newcastle Utd continue to finish the season well in the Northern Division and still have their sights on a top half place after scoring twelve without reply against Sheffield Utd Community. Jasmine Trundley, Rachel Vassallo and Siobhan Jones each scored hat-tricks for the Magpies and there was one apiece from Jade Anderson, Claire Pitt and Elizabeth Fraser.
In the FA WSL Development League, the top of the table clash in the Northern Division went the way of Manchester City but only just, as they edged out Aston Villa by the odd goal in seven. Alice Hey, Rhema Mears, Gemma O'Keefe and an own goal saw City to three important points, with Villa replying through a Natasha Baptiste brace and Maisie Baker. Sunderland meanwhile climbed above Everton into third place after beating them 3-2, Everton's consolations coming from Charlie Fitzpatrick and Emily Hollinshead. Notts County follow on one place behind after battling out a goalless draw with Birmingham City. Doncaster Rovers Belles picked up their second victory of the season, 3-0 away to Durham Women. Abigail Garland was on target twice for the Belles along with Abigail Brown.
On Tuesday night, Aston Villa bounced back from their defeat two days earlier to win their local derby 4-2 against Birmingham City. Natasha Baptiste bagged a hat-trick and Maisie Baker added the other to take Villa back level on points with leaders Manchester City.
Millwall Lionesses suffered a setback to their hopes of catching Southern Division leaders Arsenal as they went down to a 3-1 defeat at Bristol Academy. It was not a good day for Chelsea either as they also lost, 4-2 at home to Oxford Utd whose goals came from Katie Lowder, Laura Low, Laura Allinson and Lindsay Pinker. London Bees continue to remain in touch after beating Watford 4-1 whilst Melissa Fletcher, Eloise Wilson and Kirsty Matthews were on the scoresheet as Reading Women defeated Yeovil Town 3-1.
In midweek, the title race in the Southern Division was opened up as Arsenal were beaten 2-1 by London Bees, despite a goal from Carla Humphrey. Millwall Lionesses won 2-1 against Chelsea and trail the Gunners by five points, with a game in hand.
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