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 Women's Football News 5 Dec 2014
 
Lauren Driver hit a hat-trick as Newcastle Utd closed the gap on Bradford City to four points with a 7-0 win at Leeds Ladies. Siobhan Jones added a brace and there was one apiece from Megan McKenzie and Jade Anderson. Mansfield Town meanwhile climbed off the bottom by beating Guiseley AFC Vixens 4-1.
 
In the Midland Division, Nottingham Forest lead the way by two points after they shared a goalless draw with Loughborough Students and Wolverhampton Wanderers were beaten 1-0 by Cardiff City Ladies, for whom Zoe Atkins was on target. Kate Asher bagged all four goals as Stoke City went level on points with Wolves via a 4-3 victory over Coventry City. FC Reedswood won for the first time, 5-4 against Leicester City Women thanks to Rebecca Knight (2), Eloise Gerhold, Rosemary Slade and Natalie Poole.
 
West Ham Utd defeated Lewes 3-0 to go seven points clear at the top of the Southern Division. Stefania Paci, Gemma Abela and Olivia Simmons were all on target for the Hammers. Nicha Dyett netted a brace and Delaenam Olympio the other for Crystal Palace in their 3-0 victory over Gillingham and Queen's Park Rangers beat Portsmouth 5-1 with strikes from Fern Colepio (2), Natalie Skiverton, Charmaine Benhem and Ashleigh Harte.
 
Liverpool maintained their six points advantage in the FA WSL Development League Northern Division by winning 6-1 away to Aston Villa. Ashley Hodson hit a hat-trick with one apiece from Claudia Walker, Katie Zelem and Mollie Green. Manchester City beat Durham Women 4-0 to go second, ahead of Everton who won 2-0 at Doncaster Rovers Belles thanks to Rebecca Hillman and Sasha Rowe. Charlotte Potts, Elizabeth McCubbin and an own goal ensured that Sunderland defeated Notts County 3-0.
 
Millwall Lionesses inflicted a first defeat of the season on Arsenal in the Southern Division when a Shauni Griffiths brace, Hannah Wheeler and Naomi James gave them a 4-3 victory. This allowed Chelsea to replace the Gunners as leaders by beating Watford 4-1. Reading FC Women and Yeovil Town battled out a goalless draw whilst London Bees won 2-1 at Oxford Utd, Selin Buyukgiray and Paula Howells netting their goals with Sarah Tierney replying.

 
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