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 Women's Football News 25 Mar 2016
 
Bradford City kept their Northern Division title hopes alive by beating Huddersfield Town 5-2. Laura Elford was on target four times and Zoe Roberts added the other, with Rachel Sherrard and Rebecca Sherrard replying.
 
Cardiff City Ladies can still finish second in the Midland Division after Taylor Page and Stephanie Venn gave them a 2-1 win away to Coventry Utd. Derby County continue to finish the season well, they defeated Sporting Khalsa 6-2 thanks to a Hannah Jones hat-trick, Jade Eaglefield (2) and Ellena Steedman.
 
The honours were shared in the important clash in the South Division as Tottenham Hotspur and leaders Brighton & Hove Albion battled out a goalless draw. Brighton's advantage has been trimmed to two points by Portsmouth who scored eleven without reply past Crystal Palace. Rebecca Bell netted four, Katie James, Elizabeth O'Callaghan and Kayleigh Tonks contributed braces and Hannah Reed was also on target. Latoya Bailey (2) and Sasha Kelly gave West Ham Utd a 3-2 win away to Charlton Athletic whilst Queen's Park Rangers edged out Southampton Saints 4-3 thanks to a Cherrelle Albert brace, Natalie Skiverton and an own goal. Lewes are off the bottom after beating Chichester City 4-0, Gabrielle Baldock hitting a hat-trick along with Flo Pollock.
 
Sunderland stay six points clear in the FA WSL Development League Northern Division after they defeated Durham Women 4-0. Manchester City won 3-2 at Doncaster Rovers Belles to remain in second, just ahead of Birmingham City who were 2-1 winners over Notts County thanks to Keeley Davies and Cheryl Edwards. Lucy Shepherd (2), Kamariah Scott, Kerri Welsh, Nicola Potts and Eleanor Bohannan scored the goals as Aston Villa beat Sheffield FC 6-1 whilst Liverpool won the local derby 3-0 against Everton courtesy of Emily Bradshaw, Mollie Green and Hayley Taylor.
 
Arsenal hold on to the leadership of the Southern Division after their two nearest rivals suffered home defeats. Reading FC Women went down 2-1 to Millwall Lionesses whilst Chelsea were beaten 1-0 by Watford, for whom Renee Hector scored.

 
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