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Third placed Sheffield FC ended their Northern Division campaign by beating Leeds Ladies 10-1 in their final game. Stacy Elliott and Olivia Foxton each hit hat-tricks and there was one each from Millie Kenyon, Chloe Dixon, Lois Spreckley and Brooke Chappell.
Charlton Athletic are the Southern Division Champions after picking up the result they needed by defeating Chichester City 4-0. Kylie Manktelow had a great day in front of goal, scoring all four to take the Addicks into an unassailable position. West Ham Utd are now in second place following a narrow 4-3 success over Lewes, thanks to a goal apiece from Steph Burder, Whitney Locke, Abbie Solly and Danielle Sillitoe. Queen's Park Rangers meanwhile defeated C & K Basildon 4-2, Joanne Wilson netting a brace along with Zemeka Clarke and Alison Read.
Manchester City keep hold of the leadership in the FA WSL Development League Northern Division following their 3-3 draw against Notts County. Hannah Godfrey, Aisha Yallop and Issy Hayes netted the goals for City. Mollie Green bagged a hat-trick along with one apiece from Katrin Omarsdottir, Kess Elmore, Mayumi Gillam, Hannah Dale and Jessica Davenport as second placed Liverpool defeated Durham Women 8-0. The Reds are one point off the pace as are Birmingham City, 5-2 winners at Doncaster Rovers Belles thanks to a four-goal haul from Freda Ayisi plus Cheryl Edwards. Ellie Stewart scored the only goal of the game from the penalty spot for Everton in their 1-0 victory over Sunderland.
Southern Division table toppers Chelsea went down to their first defeat of the season, beaten 3-1 by fast improving Yeovil Town. Reading FC Women are now in second place after Jessica Graham, Stacey Wiggins, Chelsea Jumratie and Megan Ryan gave them a 4-0 victory away to Watford. Olesha Charles hit a hat-trick with Dayna Chong and Chloe Burr adding the others for Millwall Lionesses in their 5-4 win against Bristol Academy, who replied through a Gabriella Bird brace, Kate Evans and Alex Hurst.
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