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Reserve Section Leagues round-up...
 Women's Football News 30 Sep 2015
Last season's runners-up in the Reserve Section League Cup, Bradford City, are through to the last sixteen after winning 5-1 away to Sporting Khalsa. Laura Elford was on target twice along with Jessica Graham, Aqsa Mushtaq and Emma Elliot. Rebecca Sherrard (2), Megan Bower, Molly Holder and Leah White were on target as Huddersfield Town defeated Leeds Ladies 5-1. Loughborough Students were 3-0 winners over Stockport County thanks to Claire Fowler, Simran Singh and Natasha Walker whilst an extra time winner from Rachael Ball saw Stoke City beat Middlesbrough 3-2, adding to earlier strikes from Jade Boulton and Coral O'Keefe.
The top two teams in the Northern Division met each other and it was Blackburn Rovers who were 2-0 winners over Newcastle Utd, Lynda Shepherd scoring both goals. Georgia Gladwin was on target four times and Yasmin Harris added the other for Nottingham Forest in their 5-1 victory over Hull City. Charlton Athletic meanwhile defeated Coventry Utd 2-0, goals coming from Kelsey Smith and Kylie Manktelow. Mercedes White steered Leicester City Women through, netting both in their 2-1 success at Derby County. Sophie Perry (2), Hayley Bridge, Annie Rolf and Megan Fox ensured that Brighton & Hove Albion won 5-2 at Chichester City and Lewes were 2-1 winners over Bedford Ladies, courtesy of Lauren Smith and Mathilde Lelubois de Treheive.
Tottenham Hotspur kept up their good form by beating Portsmouth 2-1, Annabelle Colston netting both goals, whilst Southampton Saints were 3-2 victors at Queen's Park Rangers thanks to Emma King, Megan Chapman and Olivia Jones. Sharna Longville and Georgie O'Halloran scored the goals as Crystal Palace won 2-1 against West Ham Utd.
Sunderland are the new leaders of the Northern Division in the FA WSL Development League after Danielle Brown, Tyler Dodds and Charlotte Potts gave them a 3-1 win at Manchester City. Sheffield FC continued their good start by beating Durham Women 4-1, Chloe Dixon scoring twice along with Nikki Hogg and Rhema Lord-Mears. Lucy Shepherd netted for Aston Villa in their 1-1 draw with Liverpool, who replied through Kirsty Hanson. Jodie Lea, Lauren Cartwright, Ellie White and Molly Storey were on target as Doncaster Rovers Belles won 4-2 against Everton whilst Birmingham City beat Notts County by the same scoreline, with a goal each from Jaymee Dudley, Emily Joyce, Niamh Lane and Keeley Davies.
Jodie Brett bagged a hat-trick, Marija Banusic and Millie Farrow added braces and Mahlah Catline completed the scoring as Chelsea won 8-0 against Millwall Lionesses to lead the Southern Division on goal difference from Reading FC Women, 2-0 winners over Yeovil Town thanks to Rebekah Haines and Zoe Cunningham. Oxford Utd and Watford finished goalless whilst Bristol Academy defeated London Bees 7-1, Gabriella Bird netting four times along with Paige Sawyer (2) and Emma Tustin.

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