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Brighton & Hove Albion are the Southern Division Champions and potentially one match away from the FA WSL after picking up the result they needed on Sunday, a 2-1 success away to Tottenham Hotspur.
Amy Taylor was the heroine on the day for Brighton as she scored both goals, including a second half winner whilst Bianca Baptiste replied for Spurs. James Marrs' side therefore qualify for the WSL Play-Off match against the Northern Division title winners at Wycombe on Sunday 29th May.
The race for runners-up is likely to be between three teams, headed by Charlton Athletic who currently occupy second place. Coventry Utd moved above Cardiff City Ladies into third place on goal difference after they defeated C & K Basildon 2-1. Amber Hughes, along with an own goal, gave Coventry the points while leading scorer Zoe Rushen responded for the visitors.
Portsmouth may have to settle for fifth place this time around as they went down to a 1-0 defeat at the hands of South Coast rivals Lewes. Natasha Wells scored the only goal of the game in the 38th minute to earn the Rookettes a result which looks like giving them a mid-table place once again.
The London derby match between West Ham Utd and Queen's Park Rangers meanwhile finished with honours even and a goalless scoreline, both teams safe in the knowledge that they have fought successful battles against relegation during the season.
The meeting between the bottom two also ended with the points being shared, Plymouth Argyle and Forest Green Rovers finishing level at 1-1. Both goals came during the course of the first half, Summer Taylor giving Plymouth the lead on the quarter hour and Annie Martin equalising ten minutes later.
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