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 Women's Football News 17 Sep 2015
 
Newcastle Utd continued their fast start to the new season and a four-goal haul from Siobhan Jones spearheaded their 10-0 victory over Hull City. Lauren Driver added a double and there was one apiece from Emily Ellis, Leonie Kennedy, Melissa Park and Kyla Davies. Demi Pringle (2), Danielle Walker, Eleanor Regan and Cara Mahoney scored the goals as second placed Leeds Ladies won 5-0 at Middlesbrough. Blackburn Rovers meanwhile defeated Huddersfield Town 4-2 thanks to Lucia Cicchirillo, Demi Deveraux, Kerry Hope and Georgia Lambe.
 
Midland Division leaders Cardiff City Ladies are two points ahead after beating Loughborough Students 5-2, Stephanie Venn hitting a hat-trick and Chantelle Chapman the other two. Alison Forbes and Megan Ralph were on target for Coventry Utd in their 2-2 draw with Nottingham Forest, who replied through a brace from Beth Heath-Harvey. Stoke City were 2-0 winners over Sporting Khalsa whilst Amber-Leigh Denny, Jade Eaglefield and Amy Johnson earned Derby County a 3-2 victory over Leicester City Women.
 
Emily Masters, Shakira Waithe and Dionne Manning scored the goals as Tottenham Hotspur defeated Chichester City 3-0 to head the South Division on goal difference from Crystal Palace, who beat Southampton Saints 2-1 thanks to a Rachel Harney double. Portsmouth hit seven without reply past Queen's Park Rangers, Katie James netted twice along with Hannah Reed, Natasha Stephens, Rebekah Tonks, Rebecca Bell and Jessica Burke. Two late goals from Ciara Bland and Steph Burder gave West Ham Utd a 2-1 win over Lewes whilst Brighton & Hove Albion won 1-0 against Charlton Athletic with a strike from Paige Baker-Carroll.
 
Sheffield FC's debut in the FA WSL Development League ended in a 4-2 defeat to Manchester City. Natasha Flint hit a hat-trick and Abbie McManus the other for City, with Sheffield replying through Rhema Lord-Mears and Ellie Gilliatt. Emily Bradshaw (2) and Olivia Wild gave Liverpool a 3-0 victory over Notts County whilst Aston Villa beat local rivals Birmingham City 3-1 thanks to Mollie Rouse, Kamariah Scott and Natasha Baptiste. Durham Women were 2-1 winners at Everton and Sunderland beat Doncaster Rovers Belles by the same scoreline.
 
Arsenal began the new season in the Southern Division with a crushing 13-2 victory over Yeovil Town. Rianna Dean netted four times while Chloe Kelly, Carla Humphrey and Evie Clarke each weighed in with hat-tricks. Ashleigh Deacon (2), Ellie Mason, Josie Green and an own goal saw Watford to a 5-0 win over Bristol Academy whilst Reading FC Women were 6-2 victors at Millwall Lionesses, Zoe Cunningham scoring a hat-trick along with Daisy McLachlan (2) and Rebekah Haines. Marija Banusic netted both goals for Chelsea in their 2-1 victory over London Bees.

 
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