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Tottenham regain leadership
 Women's Football News 23 Sep 2014
 
Tottenham regain leadership - 23 Sep 2014 - Women's Football NewsTottenham Hotspur are back on top of the Southern Division after running out 4-2 winners over Lewes. 
 
Lucia Leon was on target twice for Spurs along with Bianca Baptiste and Avillia Bergin, with Kirstie Spice and Sian Heather replying for the Rookettes.
 
Portsmouth move up to second following a 2-1 victory over Charlton Athletic. In a well contested game, Tiff Taylor gave Pompey an early lead but after a period of pressure, Charlton levelled through Sam Pittuck. Just before half time, Lucy Quinn scored what turned out to be a decisive second with a 30-yard volley to give Portsmouth a hard earned win, their fourth in a row.
 
Brighton & Hove Albion are just behind in third place after sharing a 1-1 draw with Cardiff City Ladies. It was Cardiff who took the lead early in the second half through Naomi Clipston, with the Seagulls hitting back fifteen minutes to secure point, Lucy Somes keeping up her good form in front of goal.
 
West Ham Utd lie in fourth following a 5-2 win against Plymouth Argyle. Sarah McCrea bagged a hat-trick for the Hammers and she was joined on the scoresheet by Vicky Kinsman and Stacey Little, with Ellie Dorey and Mollie Taylor responding for Argyle.
 
Queen's Park Rangers made it two wins in a row when beating Keynsham Town 3-2. Rangers scored their goals in the opening half hour, Gemma Rudman heading them in front in the opening minute before Sophie Fogarty fired home a 25-yard free kick and Lauren May scored a well taken third, with Leanne Lapham reducing the arrears on the stroke of half time. Keynsham gave themselves late hope when Hari Sabic pulled a goal back but Rangers closed the game out for a win which takes them into a mid-table position.
 
Gillingham enjoyed another good day at the Priestfield Stadium, this time winning 6-2 against Copsewood (Coventry). Natalie Crinean and Ashlee Hincks each hit doubles for the Gills, with Jade Keogh and Anelle Massey also getting on the scoresheet. 
 
Photo - Keynsham Town captain Rachel Cullen tries to hold off Elly Maggs of Queen's Park Rangers (Kevin Richards).

 
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