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Bradford City will play Sheffield FC in this season's Reserve Section League Cup Final after they defeated West Ham Utd 2-1 in their semi final on Sunday. Abigail Lee netted both goals for Bradford, with Gemma Abela replying (see match report).
Jade Anderson and Ellen Turnbull each hit hat-tricks and Lauren Driver added the other as Northern Division leaders Newcastle Utd beat Huddersfield Town 7-0. Sheffield FC kept up their good run with a 4-1 win at Guiseley AFC Vixens, courtesy of a goal each from Rachel Taylor, Brooke Chappell, Sheldon Ashton and Chloe Dixon.
In the Midland Division, Cardiff City Ladies staged a good comeback to win 4-2 against second placed Coventry City. Dani Selmes scored twice early on to give the Sky Blues a two-goal lead but Cardiff hit back to take the points with goals from Zoe Atkins (2), Sam Hallsworth and Heather Strating. Jade Eaglefield bagged a hat-trick for Derby County in their 8-0 victory over Loughborough Students, the others coming from Emily Gillott, Amber-Leigh Denny, Georgina Williams, Gill Peace and Suzanne Hart. Sinead Tierney (2), Emily Curteis, Sophie Taylor and Jessica Swanwick ensured that Stoke City ran out 5-0 winners over Leicester City Women.
Charlton Athletic are the new leaders of the Southern Division after Olivia Cole and Daisy Monaghan gave them a 2-1 success away to Portsmouth. They move above Brighton & Hove Albion who drew 2-2 with Crystal Palace, Amy Green netting both of their goals with Shedean Dyer and Malgorzata Mazur replying.
In the FA WSL Development League, second placed Manchester City narrowed the gap on Northern Division leaders Liverpool by winning 5-2 at Doncaster Rovers Belles. Rhema Lord-Mears was on target twice along with Francesca Sullivan, Aisha Yallop and Ceri Holland. Honours were even in the other game as Aston Villa and Everton battled out a 1-1 draw.
Reading FC Women are just two points off the pace in the Southern Division following their 4-0 victory over Millwall Lionesses, courtesy of a Stacey Wiggins double, Rachel Newborough and Rebekah Haines. Lucy Loomes led the scoring with a hat-trick for London Bees as they won 8-0 against Bristol Academy. Ashleigh Goddard added two and there was one each from Andria Georgiou, Hannah Samuels and Cheryl Williams.
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