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It was a good day for Blackburn Rovers as they strengthened their position at the top of the Northern Division by winning a high scoring affair 8-5 against Stockport County. Leah Foster led the scoring with a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Kerry Hope, Demi Deveraux, Alice Adams, Abby Bennett and Lucia Cicchirillo. Bradford City meanwhile received a huge setback, going down to a 4-1 defeat to Middlesbrough who scored through Bianca Owens (2), Beth Cawardine and Jenni Duffy-Smith.
Leicester City Women stepped up their title challenge in the Midland Division when doubles from Alice Smith and Amie Chivers gave them a 4-2 victory at Derby County. Nottingham Forest stay second but have completed their fixtures with a 4-0 win against Loughborough Students, goals coming from Rebecca Kemp, Yasmin Harris, Grace Walters and Georgia Gladwin. Chloe Lloyd, Laura Murray, Jessica Osborne, Jasmine Turner and Sophie Whittle were all on target for Cardiff City Ladies as they stayed in the race by beating Sporting Khalsa 5-1.
Brighton & Hove Albion were 2-1 winners in the important clash with Tottenham Hotspur and this maintains their four point lead in the South Division from Portsmouth, who beat Queen's Park Rangers 2-0 thanks to Katie James and Brittany Jeal. Charlton Athletic are starting to run out of games but scored eleven without reply past Chichester City, Darcy Wells hitting a hat-trick. Kylie Manktelow and Rosey Sullivan weighed in with braces and the total was completed by Charley Clifford, Sarah Bridges, Ruby Southgate and Yuki Yoshinaga. Crystal Palace defeated Lewes 6-0 with goals from Leanne Bell (2), Roschelle Shakes (2), Leesa Haydock and Angela Kiobel. Pauline Adeyemo was another hat-trick scorer as West Ham Utd won 6-1 against Southampton Saints, the others coming from Steph Burder, Sasha Kelly and Eurizi Vania Rodrigues Alonso.
One match was played in the FA WSL Development League, in the Northern Division where leaders Sunderland were beaten for the first time, 2-1 by Everton, for whom Laura Merrin scored both goals.
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