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Cardiff City Ladies remain on top of the Southern Division despite going down to a 5-0 defeat at the hands of title rivals Brighton & Hove Albion.
Charlotte Owen led the scoring with a brace and further goals came from Charlotte Gurr, Deanna Cooper and Jay Blackie to take the third placed Seagulls within one point of their opponents.
A victory would have seen Portsmouth take over the leadership but instead they were surprisingly held to a 2-2 draw by Copsewood (Coventry), who picked up a valuable point in their quest for safety. Copsewood got off to a superb start with the prolific Nicola Foskett scoring twice inside the opening seven minutes, Gemma Hillier reducing the arrears on the half hour. Pompey piled on the pressure after the break but found Copsewood goalkeeper Hannah Jones in superb form, however Copsewood hearts were broken in the final minute when Tiff Taylor fired in the equaliser. Portsmouth are now level on points with Cardiff, who have a superior goal difference.
Queen's Park Rangers are surely well on their well to safety after winning 2-1 away to Lewes. Elly Maggs opened the scoring for Rangers on the half hour and despite Cherelle Khassall equalising after the break, Kasha Petit netted a late winner to take the Hoops to within a single point of the Rookettes, just below mid-table.
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