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Late goal keeps Brighton ahead
 Women's Football News 12 Oct 2015
Brighton & Hove Albion came through another tough test and continue to lead the table after beating Coventry Utd 2-1. 
Amy Taylor opened the scoring for Brighton early in the second half and after Cristina Torkildsen had levelled the scores shortly afterwards, Charlotte Young scored an injury time goal to hand the Seagulls their seventh win in eight games.
Cardiff City Ladies are close behind Brighton in second place as they ran out 4-0 winners over Tottenham Hotspur. Michelle Green, Naomi Clipston, Kelly Aldridge and Laura Williams all scored a goal apiece to stretch Cardiff's winning run to seven matches.
Charlton Athletic are still close at hand in third place and a troubled week for West Ham Utd came to a disastrous end with Charlton notching up an 8-1 victory. Gemma Shepherd and Kit Graham both netted twice for the Addicks and there was one apiece from Stef Simmons, Rosie Paye, Charley Clifford and Nikita Whinnett while the Hammers' consolation was scored by Romina Pinna.
Portsmouth chalked up a 5-2 win away to Plymouth Argyle which keeps them in touch with the leading teams. Ini Umotong led the scoring for Pompey with a hat-trick and also on target were Molly Clark and Jess Frampton, Plymouth replying through Jessica Jones and Mollie Taylor.
A good run of form has taken Lewes into a mid-table position and they kept this up with a 3-1 victory over Forest Green Rovers. All of the Rookettes' goals came in the first half with Paige Walder, Ellie Lock and Danielle Lane putting them three ahead at the interval, before Kirsty Richardson scored a second half goal for Forest Green.
Queen's Park Rangers put an end to their losing run and registered their first point of the season from a 3-3 draw with C & K Basildon. Lauren May scored twice and Jo Wilson the other for Rangers, who had led 3-1 at one stage, while C & K hit back through Amy Nash, Zoe Rushen and Rebecca Smith.

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