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 Women's Football News 26 Feb 2015
Sheffield FC have reached the Reserve Section League Cup Final with a 4-1 extra time victory over Stoke City in their semi final on Sunday. Chloe Dixon gave Sheffield the lead early in the second half with an own goal levelling the scores shortly afterwards, but Dixon went on to net twice more and complete a hat-trick during the extra period with Magan Hill adding the fourth goal. The other semi final between West Ham Utd and holders Bradford City was postponed.
Newcastle Utd have gone six points clear at the top of the Northern Division after scoring nine without reply past Huddersfield Town. Siobhan Jones was on target four times, Myriam Neaimeh adding a brace with Lauren Driver, Amy Perch and Jade Anderson completing the scoring.
Midland Division leaders Nottingham Forest were also in action and extended their own advantage to seven points, thanks to a 3-0 victory over Loughborough Students in which Natasha Meade, Rachael Murray and Audrey Moore all scored.
One match managed to beat the weather in the Southern Division, Gillingham recording their third win of the season when beating Portsmouth 7-1. Ashlee Hincks led the scoring with a four-goal haul and the Gills' other markswomen were Ellie Manning, Lauren Phillips and Lauren Williams.
Arsenal have reached the FA WSL Development League Cup semi finals despite being held to a 1-1 draw by Watford. Rianna Dean gave the Gunners a first half lead with Kayleigh Humphries equalising for Watford late on but Arsenal are confirmed as winners of Group One. Chelsea will finish second after they won 4-3 at London Bees thanks to goals from Millie Farrow, Ellie Mason, Ocean Rolandsen and Jenna Legg. Paige Anderson-James and Chloe Burr were the scorers for Millwall Lionesses as they defeated Reading FC Women 2-1.
Sunderland pipped Liverpool as Group Two winners after beating them 2-1, Madelaine Hill and Tyler Dodds scoring their goals. Liverpool, who suffered their first defeat of the season in all competitions, are still in the driving seat to reach the last four unless Yeovil Town can produce a huge victory in their final group game. Doncaster Rovers Belles moved into third place in the group with a 4-0 victory over Durham Women, Molly Johnson netting twice along with Danielle Lowe and Molly Storey.
Birmingham City secured top spot in Group Three after goals from Cheryl Edwards and Coral-Jade Haines gave them a 2-1 win away to Aston Villa.

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