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 Women's Football News 6 Feb 2015
 
West Ham Utd completed the semi final line up in the Reserve Section League Cup as they defeated Tottenham Hotspur 2-0. Gemma Abela and Vicky Kinsman were the Hammers' markswomen as their side booked their place in next week's draw.
 
Nottingham Forest further extended their lead at the top of the Midland Division to nine points with a 1-0 victory over Leicester City Women. Christina Freestone scored the only goal of the game for Forest, just after the half hour mark.
 
In the Southern Division, Charlton Athletic moved themselves level on points with leaders Brighton & Hove Albion by winning 2-1 away to Gillingham. Francesca Tye and Shaana Giordani netted for the Addicks, with the home side replying through Georgia Pilbeam. Elizabeth O'Callaghan and Megan Gratton were on the scoresheet for Portsmouth as they drew 2-2 with Queen's Park Rangers, sending them into an early two-goal lead but Rangers battled back well after the break, earning a share of the spoils with strikes from Emma Kayser and Jessica Humble.
 
The FA WSL Development League resumed with the latest round of League Cup group matches and Arsenal have booked their place in the semi finals after winning 4-1 at Millwall Lionesses. Chloe Kelly, Evie Clarke, Aylsha Stojko-Down and an own goal ensured that the Gunners will finish top of Group One. Chelsea and Reading FC Women occupy the next two places after sharing a goalless draw whilst a Selin Buyukgiray brace and Gemma Fraser gave London Bees a 3-2 victory over Watford.
 
Liverpool continue to lead the way in Group Two following their 5-0 win against Everton. Ashley Hodson (2), Mollie Green, Jessica Davenport and Mayumi Gillam scored the goals that saw the Reds go two points ahead of Sunderland who drew 1-1 with Durham Women, despite a goal from Elizabeth McCubbin. Issy Hayes netted both for Manchester City as they shared four goals with Doncaster Rovers Belles, Nicole Dale and Molly Storey replying.
 
Only one of the three matches survived the weather in Group Three, Birmingham City putting themselves on the verge of the last four by winning 2-0 at Bristol Academy, goals coming from Charlie Wellings and Anna Wilcox.

 
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