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One match was played in the Northern Division on Sunday but it saw Newcastle Utd further stretch their lead to nine points by winning 4-0 away to Hull City. Siobhan Jones led the scoring for Newcastle with a hat-trick and Melissa Park was also on target.
Cardiff City Ladies are back on top of the Midland Division following their 3-1 success away to Loughborough Students, which came courtesy of a Stephanie Venn hat-trick after Helena Scotland had given Loughborough the lead. Leicester City Women meanwhile won 4-1 against previously unbeaten Coventry Utd, Lauren Bartle netting twice along with Rhyiannea Anderson and Maja Stojsavlevic.
Lewes and Southampton Saints each picked up their first point of the season in the Southern Division when they finished level at 2-2. Molly Miller and Shinih Tuazon scored the goals for the Rookettes after Elle Pearce and Lucy Pearce had put the Saints two ahead.
Sunderland maintained their three point advantage in the FA WSL Development League Northern Division after Charlotte Potts and Tyler Dodds earned them a 2-1 win away to Notts County. Keeley Davies hit a hat-trick with Katy Gigg and Charlie Wellings adding the others as Birmingham City defeated Durham Women 5-1 to stay second, ahead of Sheffield FC who were 2-1 victors at Manchester City. Jodie Lea bagged a brace for Doncaster Rovers Belles in their 2-1 win against Liverpool.
Arsenal returned to the top of the Southern Division on goal difference after beating London Bees 4-0. Evie Clarke was on target twice for the Gunners along with Rianna Dean and Chloe Kelly. Chelsea are second following a 2-1 win over previous leaders Reading FC Women, Rosella Ayane netting both goals with Rebekah Haines replying. Paige Sawyer scored a hat-trick for Bristol Academy in their 6-1 victory over Watford, with Sandy Abi-Elias, Sophie Ingle and Angharad James adding the others. Oxford Utd meanwhile drew for the third time in three games, 1-1 against Yeovil Town.
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