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 Women's Football News 17 Oct 2014
 
Bradford City defeated Newcastle Utd 2-1 in the Northern Division top of the table clash. Abigail Barker and Emma Dobson scored the goals to send Bradford three points clear of their opponents. Rachel Ackroyd and Sophie Varley gave Leeds Ladies a 2-1 victory over Guiseley AFC Vixens and Huddersfield Town won 6-0 against Mansfield Town, Rebecca Sherrard netting twice along with Emily Ginley, Rachel Sherrard, Francesca Wild and Alex Bailey.
 
Coventry City are the new leaders of the Midland Division, Ellie Towers scoring five times in their 12-1 win at FC Reedswood. Jade Ogle, Jade Whitfield, Jade Mellor, Kelly Worthington, Alison Forbes, Sami Ryder and Kia Morrall added the other goals to take the Sky Blues ahead of Nottingham Forest who drew 0-0 with Stoke City. Derby County won 3-2 away to Cardiff City Ladies thanks to Emily Gillott, Rebecca Lombard-Thompson and Dayna Randall, whilst Zainab Pervaiz was on target as Wolverhampton Wanderers beat Leicester City Women 1-0.
 
Channin Smith (2), Rosie Paye and Dominique Harris gave Southern Division leaders Charlton Athletic a 4-3 victory over Portsmouth. They lead by two points from West Ham Utd, 3-2 winners over Brighton & Hove Albion thanks to Whitney Locke (2) and Jade Smith, and Tottenham Hotspur who drew 1-1 with Queen's Park Rangers, Adrianna Lipowska scoring their goal with Charmaine Benham replying. Crystal Palace won 2-0 at Gillingham with Leanne Bell and Stephanie Mann on target while Charlie-Rose King and Georgie Powell netted for Bedford Ladies in their 2-2 draw with Lewes, who replied through Paige Adams and Mia Taylor.
 
Liverpool gained their fourth straight win in the FA WSL Development League Northern Division, Ashley Hodson (2), Mollie Green, Hannah Dale and an own goal giving them a 5-0 success against Notts County. Manchester City stay second after beating Sunderland 6-1 whilst Durham Women beat Doncaster Rovers Belles 3-2 thanks to Jess Round, Maddison Atkinson and Courtney Corrie. Everton and Aston Villa finished level at 3-3, Mia Walters, Ellie McDonough and Laura Mitchell netting for Everton with Natasha Baptiste (2) and Beth Merrick replying.
 
Jodie Brett scored twice along with Rosella Ayane and Jenna Dear as Chelsea defeated Bristol Academy 4-1 to go top of the Southern Division. Yeovil Town won 2-0 against Watford with goals from Emma Brazell and Shannon Osman and Millwall Lionesses were 6-1 victors at Oxford Utd, Shirvae Edwards and Chloe Burr hitting doubles along with Pauline Adeyemo and Shauni Griffiths.

 
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