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Northern Division leaders Bradford City saw their 100% record come to an end as they were beaten 5-2 by Newcastle Utd. Amy Perch scored a hat-trick with Emma Hewett and Bethany Diamond adding the others for Newcastle who trail Bradford by five points and have a game in hand. Sheffield FC follow on after Chloe Dixon (2), Millie Kenyon (2), Magan Hill (2), Stacy Elliott and Sophie Crosby gave them an 8-0 victory at Leeds Ladies whilst improving Guiseley AFC Vixens beat Huddersfield Town 6-1.
Coventry City returned to the top of the Midland Division by beating Leicester City Women 8-0. Sami Ryder and Karen Clough each scored twice along with Jade Cole, Demi Whetton, Jade Mellor and an own goal. Cecilia Webb, Georgina Williams and Rhian O'Callaghan were on target as Derby County picked up a fine 3-0 win away to Wolverhampton Wanderers and Stoke City defeated Loughborough Students 3-2 thanks to Charley Haynes, Sophie Taylor and Emma Henderson.
West Ham Utd maintained their Southern Division lead by winning 2-1 at C & K Basildon, Danielle Sillitoe and Whitney Locke were on target. Kylie Manktelow (2), Kelly Stubbington (2), Clare Rogers and Francesca Tye ensured that Charlton Athletic won 6-1 away to Bedford Ladies to stay second, just ahead of Tottenham Hotspur who beat Gillingham 1-0 thanks to an Ellis Lunn goal. Queen's Park Rangers meanwhile defeated Crystal Palace 4-2 with goals from Natalie Skiverton, Emma Kayser, Fern Colepio and Sophie Fogarty.
Liverpool continue to set a hot pace at the top of the FA WSL Development League Northern Division, beating Manchester City 4-0 thanks to Claudia Walker (2), Katie Zelem and Beth Donoghue. Cheryl Edwards, Coral-Jade Haines and Jaymee Dudley were all on target for second placed Birmingham City in their 3-0 victory over Doncaster Rovers Belles. Everton ran out 5-0 winners at Notts County whilst Lowri Walker and Kerri Welsh gave Aston Villa a 2-0 success over Sunderland.
Taome Oliver, Freda Ayisi, Carla Humphrey and Evie Clarke scored the goals as Arsenal beat Reading FC Women 4-0 to replace them as leaders of the Southern Division. Chelsea defeated Oxford Utd 5-2 to move into second, Jenna Dear hitting a brace along with Atlanta Primus, Charlie Estcourt and Millie Farrow. Millwall Lionesses meanwhile drew 2-2 with unbeaten Yeovil Town, who scored through Shannon Osman and Leah Burridge. Watford won for the first time, 2-1 against London Bees with goals from Amy Makewell and Jo Wilson.
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