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 Women's Football News 1 May 2015
 
Bradford City's hopes of retaining the Reserve Section League Cup came to an end as they were beaten 1-0 by Sheffield FC in the Final at Guiseley. Olivia Foxton scored the only goal of the game in the fourth minute of the second half as Sheffield lifted the trophy for the first time.
 
West Ham Utd completed their campaign in the Southern Division in second place with a 4-0 victory over Bedford Ladies, Sasha Kelly scoring twice along with Steph Burder and Olivia Sammons. Brighton & Hove Albion will beat the Hammers to the runners-up spot if they win their final game, on Sunday they were held to a 3-3 draw by Tottenham Hotspur. Paige Baker-Carroll, Ellie Lock and Ellie Russell were all on target for Brighton with Spurs replying through a Jonea Peters brace and Shona Chitate-Samuriwo. Queen's Park Rangers and Lewes also shared six goals, Rangers finding the net through Joanne Wilson, Alison Read and an own goal, while Kerry Tagg (2) and Mia Taylor responded for Lewes. Chichester City meanwhile came away from Gillingham with a 2-1 win thanks to Sian Payne and Rebekah Allen.
 
The replayed FA WSL Development League Cup semi final tie between Liverpool and Birmingham City went the way of the Blues, who won 4-2 after extra time. Charlie Wellings netted twice along with Anna Wilcox and Jaymee Dudley, with Beth Donoghue and Kess Elmore replying. Birmingham will face Sunderland in the Final at Stratford Town FC on 31st May (3pm).
 
In the Northern Division, Everton cemented themselves in fourth place with a 1-0 victory over Notts County, Sasha Rowe scoring the only goal of the game early in the second half.
 
Yeovil Town kept up their excellent run in the Southern Division by beating London Bees 3-1, a result which takes them above the Bees and up into second place. Arsenal follow on in third as they also won 3-1 at Oxford Utd thanks to Evie Clarke's double and Rianna Dean.

 
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