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 Women's Football News 20 Feb 2015
 
Bradford City defeated Guiseley AFC Vixens 2-1 to narrow the gap on Northern Division leaders Newcastle Utd to three points. Victoria Rich and Zoe Roberts scored the goals for Bradford whilst Sheffield FC are a further four points behind after winning 13-0 against Mansfield Town. Chloe Dixon hit a hat-trick, Millie Kenyon and Brooke Chappell weighed in with braces and there was one apiece from Jess Heald, Kerry Parkin, Lois Spreckley, Olivia Foxton, Nicole Kemp and Magan Hill. Emma Bentley, Emily Owens, Beth Davies and Shelbey Morris netted the goals in Leeds Ladies' 4-1 victory over Huddersfield Town.
 
In the Midland Division, second placed Coventry City ran out 4-0 winners over Loughborough Students with goals from Dani Selmes (2), Alison Livermore and Erika Mole. Rhian O'Callaghan led the scoring with a hat-trick as Derby County netted nine without reply against Wolverhampton Wanderers. Dayna Randall and Jade Eaglefield added two each and the tally was completed by Hannah Jones and Amber-Leigh Denny.
 
Charlton Athletic were unable to take an opportunity to go top of the Southern Division when they crashed to a 5-1 defeat at Crystal Palace. Nicha Dyett bagged a hat-trick for Palace with Alex Elson and Mary Onianwa adding the others. Carrie-Anne Layton notched a hat-trick along with Zemeka Clarke (2) and Fern Colepio as Queen's Park Rangers beat Gillingham 6-2.
 
Yeovil Town boosted their chances of qualifying from their FA WSL Development League Cup group when they defeated Oxford Utd 2-0. They lie in second place, just ahead of Aston Villa who scored six without reply away to Notts County.
 
Birmingham City closed the gap on the top three in the Northern Division with a 3-0 victory over Everton. Danae Kalderidou and Charlie Wellings put them two ahead inside the opening seventeen minutes and Anna Wilcox added the third midway through the second half.
 
London Bees caused a surprise in the Southern Division when beating Arsenal 5-4. Ashleigh Goddard led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Kat Huggins and Gemma Fraser.

 
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