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Huddersfield Town kept up their perfect start to the season in the Northern Division with a 3-0 win away to Newcastle Utd.
All three goals came in the last twenty minutes, In-form striker Debbie Hastings broke the deadlock and quickly added a second to take her league tally to seven for the season so far, with Alarna Fuller rounding off the win with the final goal.
Coventry City meanwhile made it four wins on the trot when beating Derby County 4-0 and this has taken them into second place, three points behind leaders Huddersfield. Maz Gauntlett gave them the lead from the penalty spot just after the half hour and Nikki Miles headed in the second early in the second half, before Amber Hughes scored her first goal for the club with a spectacular overhead kick and Callan Barber rounded off the scoring late on.
Blackburn Rovers follow on after also recording their fourth successive victory. Katie Anderton netted the only goal of the game in their 1-0 win over Nottingham Forest, the goal coming on the half hour mark.
Champions Sheffield FC met last season's runners-up Preston North End and the points were shared in a 2-2 draw. Sheffield had led via a first half goal from Sophie Barker but Preston turned the match on its head with two goals in a three minute spell by Sarah Cadwick and Yasmine Swarbrick. Abbie McIver replied for Sheffield to give her side a point which leaves them in fourth place, whilst Preston have now drawn three of their opening five matches.
Sporting Club Albion recorded arguably the best result of the day in the division when winning 1-0 away to high flying Stoke City. Hazzana Parnell settled matters in Albion's favour with the winning strike, ten minutes before half time.
Bradford City lifted themselves into the top half of the table by scoring five without reply against Wolverhampton Wanderers. Rachel Lee netted twice inside the opening seventeen minutes and after adding a third on the stroke of half time, Molly-Mae Sharpe went on to complete a hat-trick with two further strikes in the second half.
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