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Bradford City stretched their Northern Division lead to five points with a 3-0 success away to Guiseley AFC Vixens. Abi Brown, Chantelle O'Hara and Venessa Holroyd scored the goals for Bradford who were further boosted by the news that their two nearest rivals, Newcastle Utd and Sheffield FC, had battled out a goalless draw.
Ellie Towers and Megan Ralph were on target as Midland Division leaders Coventry City beat Derby County 2-1 to stay top on goal difference from Nottingham Forest who also won 2-1 against Cardiff City Ladies, thanks to a Jess Thompson brace. Wolverhampton Wanderers were 2-0 winners at Stoke City, Samantha Berry and Jessica Edwards scoring, whilst Loughborough Students defeated Leicester City Women 2-0.
West Ham Utd went top of the Southern Division after Steph Burder, Michelle Sumpter and Sasha Kelly gave them a 3-2 win away to Bedford Ladies. Brighton & Hove Albion scored nine without reply past Lewes and are up to second. Vanessa Nicholson (2), Fern Colepio and Zemeka Clarke were on target as Queen's Park Rangers beat Chichester City 4-0. The match between Portsmouth and C & K Basildon finished goalless whilst Crystal Palace won 2-1 against Tottenham Hotspur thanks to Aiyanna Glaze and Delaenam Olympio.
Millwall Lionesses head Group One in the FA WSL Development League Cup following a 5-0 win at Watford in which Paige Anderson-Jones netted four times along with Shauni Griffiths. Arsenal meanwhile beat Chelsea 5-1 with a goal apiece from Carla Humphrey, Evie Clarke, Ayisha Stojko-Down, Caroline Weir and Vyan Sampson. Stacey Wiggins (2) and Zoe Cunningham scored the goals as Reading FC Women beat London Bees 3-2.
Liverpool are top of Group Two after a Beth Donoghue brace, Jess Davenport, Olivia Fuller and Mollie Green gave them a 5-0 victory over Doncaster Rovers Belles. Sunderland defeated Everton 4-0 with strikes from Madelaine Hill (2), Laura Hockaday and Tyler Dodds. Issy Hayes and Cara Fields were on target as Manchester City beat Durham Women 2-1.
In Group Three, Birmingham City won 2-1 against Yeovil Town with goals from Coral-Jade Haines and Hannah George and they lead by three points. Estelle Randall and Jodie Arkell gave Bristol Academy a 2-1 victory over Aston Villa and Oxford Utd defeated Notts County 3-1 with Ella Franklin-Fraiture, Gemma Simmonds and Ellen Oliver on target.
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