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Reserve Section Leagues round-up...
 Women's Football News 16 Jan 2015
The delayed Second Round tie in the Reserve Section League Cup was finally played on Sunday and it was Derby County who booked themselves a quarter final meeting with Bradford City with a 5-1 victory away to Leeds Utd.
In the Northern Division, two of the leading contenders met each other and the honours were shared as Sheffield FC and Newcastle Utd battled out a 1-1 draw. Chloe Dixon was on target for Sheffield, with Newcastle replying through Siobhan Jones and the point was enough to see them take over at the top on goal difference from Bradford City.
Nottingham Forest maintained their lead of four points in the Midland Division following a 1-0 win away to Coventry City. Kayla Kret scored the only goal of the game, ten minutes from time, to keep Forest four points ahead of second placed Cardiff City Ladies, 2-0 victors away to Leicester City Women thanks to Sophie Gidley and Clare Daley. FC Reedswood meanwhile recorded their second win of the season, a 4-2 local derby success against Wolverhampton Wanderers. Eloise Gerhold and Tracey Hancock each netted twice for Reedswood, with Wolves' replies coming from Jordon Pendleton and Harriet James.
Southern Division leaders West Ham Utd were held to a 3-3 draw by Portsmouth and saw their advantage trimmed to two points. Emily Masters, Steph Burder and Gemma Abela scored for the Hammers, while Elizabeth O'Callaghan (2) and Laura Newsome were on the scoresheet for Pompey. Brighton & Hove Albion narrowed the gap by scoring six without reply past Chichester City, Paige Baker-Carroll netting a brace along with Orla Dimond, Sophie Perry, Amy Taylor and Chloe Elliott. Malgorzata Mazur and Shedean Dyer netted the goals as fourth placed Crystal Palace won 2-0 at C & K Basildon. Tottenham Hotspur edged out Queen's Park Rangers by the odd goal in five thanks to Shona Chitate-Samuriwo and Katherine Lyons, whilst a Hollie Musmeci brace, Georgia Pilbeam and Lydia Wills earned Gillingham a 4-1 victory over Bedford Ladies.

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