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Bradford City head the Northern Division table by eight clear points after running out 4-1 winners away to Sheffield FC. Zoe Roberts was on target twice for Bradford along with Abi Brown and Aqsa Mushtaq. Newcastle Utd stay second following a huge victory over Mansfield Town. Guiseley AFC Vixens picked up their second win of the season, 1-0 against Leeds Ladies.
Nottingham Forest are the new leaders of the Midland Division after winning the top of the table clash 2-1 against Coventry City. Tara Guyler netted twice for Forest after Kia Morrall had given Coventry the lead. Jade Cross hit a hat-trick as third placed Wolverhampton Wanderers beat Leicester City Women 7-0. Jess Edwards added a brace along with Samantha Berry and Jordon Pendleton. Stoke City battled out a 1-1 draw with Cardiff City Ladies, who scored through Heather Strating, whilst Olivia Stowell-Smith gave Loughborough Students a 1-0 win over FC Reedswood.
Jade Smith and Abbie Solly scored the goals as Southern Division table toppers West Ham Utd defeated Queen's Park Rangers 2-0. Brighton & Hove Albion scored eight without reply past C & K Basildon and stay in second place, just ahead of Charlton Athletic who beat Gillingham 1-0, Dominique Harris netting the only goal. Portsmouth won 5-1 against Bedford Ladies with a goal apiece from Eilidh Currie, Megan Gratton, Emma-Jane May, Elizabeth O'Callaghan and Deanna Taylor. Leanne Mabey and Emily Tibbs were on target as Tottenham Hotspur defeated Chichester City 2-1 whilst Crystal Palace were 3-1 winners at Lewes thanks to Isabel Kulinski, Sophie Kemp and Delaenam Olympio.
Birmingham City moved up to second place in the FA WSL Development League Northern Division by beating Durham Women 4-1, Cheryl Edwards scoring twice along with Anna Wilcox and Danae Kalderidou. Manchester City drop down to third after going down to a 3-0 defeat at home to Everton. Aston Villa drew 2-2 with Notts County whilst Doncaster Rovers Belles and Sunderland also shared four goals, Holly Housley and Rachel Stuart netting for the Belles with Laura Hockaday and an own goal replying.
Reading FC Women maintained their lead of two points in the Southern Division as Olivia Jones (2) and Stacey Wiggins gave them a 3-2 win at Millwall Lionesses. Arsenal meanwhile beat Bristol Academy 2-0 with goals from Vyan Sampson and Carla Humphrey. Amber Tullett and Kayleigh Humphries scoed the goals as Watford picked up their first point from a 2-2 draw with Oxford Utd, who replied through Nicole Barrett and Sarah Harrison.
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