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The eagerly awaited Southern Division top of the table clash at the Amex Stadium turned out to be a good day for Brighton & Hove Albion.
The leaders defeated Charlton Athletic 2-0 in front of a crowd of 3,256 - the highest for a women's league match in England this year and the highest Premier League attendance since 3,572 saw Arsenal play Leeds Utd at the Emirates Stadium in May 2010. Jay Blackie and Charlotte Gurr netted first half goals to take the Seagulls three points clear of their second placed opponents.
Portsmouth meanwhile hopped back up into fourth place after scoring seven times without reply against West Ham Utd. Emma Sherwood led the scoring for Pompey with a ten minute hat-trick either side of the interval, while Sarah Kempson and Ini Umotong each weighed in with braces.
Coventry Utd remain well in the hunt but lost a little ground on the leaders when being held to a goalless draw by C & K Basildon, for whom the point was enough to take them back into a mid-table position.
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