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It was a case of 'lucky thirteen' for Wolverhampton Wanderers as they recorded their first victory of the season in the Northern Division with a 4-0 success against Huddersfield Town.
Wolves got off to a great start with two goals inside the opening eighteen minutes, Dani Selmes giving them the lead with Natalie Widdal adding a second four minutes later. Huddersfield tried to rally and struck the bar but Jennifer Kilomeko put the home side three ahead before half time. Selmes wrapped up a great day for Wolves midway through the second half when she scored her second from the penalty spot.
Bradford City climbed into fourth place by winning 3-2 away to Newcastle Utd. Paige Crosby and Sarah Danby put Bradford two goals ahead with Stacy Crooks pulling one back for the home side. Rachel Lee netted a third for Bradford with seven minutes remaining and despite Beth Gardener giving Newcastle late hope, Bradford saw the game out for three important points. However the game was marred when Newcastle goalkeeper Laura Wareham was taken to hospital with what appeared to be a serious neck injury.
In the only match to go ahead in the Southern Division on Sunday, two of the bottom three met each other with Copsewood (Coventry) playing host to Gillingham.
In the end the points were shared from a 1-1 draw, which keeps the Gills three points above Copsewood. Louise Lorton netted the goal for the Gills, with Nicola Foskett on target for Copsewood.
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