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Brighton & Hove Albion remain at the top of the Southern Division despite going down to a 4-1 defeat at the hands of Charlton Athletic.
Kit Graham scored twice for the Addicks along with Gemma Shepherd and Amy Howlett, Fliss Gibbons netting the Seagulls' consolation (see match report).
Portsmouth moved themselves level on points with the leaders by drawing 1-1 with Tottenham Hotspur, Brighton keeping the leadership on goals scored. Lucia Padilla put Spurs in front with a fine solo effort on 33 minutes, with a second half own goal giving Pompey a hard earned point.
West Ham Utd have had a good week and their 4-1 victory over Keynsham Town leaves them in fourth place, one point behind the leaders. Kelley Blanchflower broke the deadlock just before half time and Vicky Kinsman added a second early in the second half. Leanne Lapham brought Keynsham back into the game but Sarah McCrea and Lily Mellors added further goals to wrap up the win for West Ham.
Cardiff City Ladies remain just behind the leading teams after defeating Copsewood (Coventry) 2-0. Cori Williams gave them the lead midway through the first half and they made the game safe with six minutes remaining when Kelly Aldridge netted the second.
Plymouth Argyle and Lewes shared a 2-2 draw which leaves both teams around mid-table but the game will be remembered for an unusual feat by Charlotte Bennett. The Lewes striker struck twice to give the Rookettes a two-goal lead at the break but she then scored an inadvertent hat-trick with an own goal that reduced the arrears. Plymouth went on to complete their comeback and Ellana Moseley ensured that Kev Rose's side picked up a point by grabbing an equaliser.
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