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 Women's Football News 13 Mar 2015
 
Sheffield FC closed to within a single point of second place after scoring twelve times without reply against Huddersfield Town. Millie Kenyon bagged herself a six-goal haul and she was joined on the scoresheet by Chloe Dixon, Nikki Hogg, Carla Ward, Leah Jones, Jess Heald and Sydney Shugafi.
 
Nottingham Forest are on the brink of the Midland Division title following their 2-2 draw against Stoke City. Sophie Davies gave them a second minute lead, before Stoke hit back after half time with goals in quick succession from Emily Curteis and Sinead Tierney. Kayla Kret levelled the scores once again for Forest but they could not produce a third goal which would have confirmed them as title winners. Derby County are the only remaining team which can now overhaul them, keeping their hopes alive by beating FC Reedswood 5-0. Jade Eaglefield was on target twice along with Amy Johnson, Jessica Howard and Amber-Leigh Denny. Cardiff City Ladies meanwhile netted ten times against Wolverhampton Wanderers. Zoe Atkins, Sam Hallsworth and Kerry Bartlett each bagged braces along with Sophie Gidley, Annie Pritchard, Hope Suominen and Heather Strating.
 
Kylie Manktelow hit a hat-trick, Olivia Cole weighed in with two and Stef Simmons added the other goal as Southern Division leaders Charlton Athletic opened up a gap of five points with a 6-1 victory away to Lewes. Crystal Palace's good run of results has taken them into third, they defeated Bedford Ladies 11-1 thanks to goals from Leanne Bell (2), Shedean Dyer (2), Alyanna Glaze, Malgorzata Mazur, Rebecca Strutt, Amy Wight, Kelsey Zalimeni, Rian Humphreys and Ifeyinwa Ibe. Palace move above West Ham Utd who shared a goalless draw with Queen's Park Rangers. Sally Cheeseman and Ellie Skinner scored the goals as Portsmouth won 2-0 away to Chichester City whilst C & K Basildon were 1-0 winners over Gillingham, Ashley Debnam netting the only goal of the game.

 
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