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 Women's Football News 4 Mar 2016
 
Bradford City are through to the Reserve Section League Cup Final again after beating Crystal Palace 5-0. Emma Elliot netted two of the goals and there was one apiece from Abigail Barker, Laura Elford and Keavy-Grace Smith. Their opponents in the Final will be Blackburn Rovers who were 6-1 winners over Cardiff City Ladies. Leah Foster led the scoring with a hat-trick, Abby Bennett added a brace and Alice Adams was also on target, Cardiff's consolation coming from Jasmine Turner.
 
In the Northern Division, Newcastle Utd received a setback to their title chances when they were beaten 1-0 by Leeds Ladies, for whom Emma Bentley scored the only goal of the game. Huddersfield Town meanwhile defeated Stockport County 5-1 thanks to Kirstie Hunt (2), Leah White (2) and Courtney Kaye.
 
Alice Smith scored the only goal of the game as Leicester City Women won 1-0 against Nottingham Forest in the Midland Division top of the table clash and replaced them as leaders. Stoke City follow on in third after Samara Nche gave them a 1-0 victory over Loughborough Students. Derby County were 2-1 winners away to Sporting Khalsa courtesy of Jade Eaglefield and Megan Pittman.
 
Portsmouth narrowed the gap on South Division leaders Brighton & Hove Albion to four points with a 4-1 victory over Southampton Saints. Elizabeth O'Callaghan was on target twice along with Rebekah Tonks and Katie James. Charlton Athletic meanwhile inflicted a first defeat of the season on Tottenham Hotspur, Audrey Wuichet bagging a brace to give the Addicks a 2-1 win. Zemeka Clarke (2) and Fern Colepio scored the goals as Queen's Park Rangers won 3-1 at Chichester City.
 
Arsenal completed the semi final line up in the FA WSL Development League Cup semi finals by winning 4-1 at Manchester City. Evie Clarke netted twice along with Rianna Dean and Anne-Marie Filbey.
 
Madelaine Hill scored both goals as Sunderland went seven points clear in the Northern Division by beating Sheffield FC 2-1. Despite goals from Ellie Brazil, Emily Joyce and Antonia Smith, Birmingham City were held to a 3-3 draw by Everton for whom Kayleigh Brand (2) and Faye Bryson replied. Doncaster Rovers Belles and Notts County finished goalless whilst Durham Women and Aston Villa also shared six goals, Villa scoring through Natasha Baptiste, Courtney Murphy and Zoe Clarke.
 
In the Southern Division, Alessia Russo's double earned Chelsea a 2-1 win over second placed Reading FC Women. London Bees ran out 4-1 victors against Millwall Lionesses, thanks to a goal apiece from Rebecca Anderson, Rosanna Frith-Salem, Charlotte Matthews and Andria Georgiou. Charlotte Kerr and Kim Farrow were both on target for Watford as they edged out Yeovil Town 2-1.

 
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