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 Women's Football News 6 Sep 2016
Fylde Ladies made sure of getting their Northern Division campaign off to a good start as they won 13-1 against Leeds Ladies, the largest win of the opening day. Middlesbrough meanwhile ran out 6-1 winners over Bradford City, Lauren Farrow netting twice with Emma Foster, Chantelle Johnson, Beth Carwardine and Simone Lavrick adding the other goals. Georgia Stevens and Ellie Doggett both bagged braces and Alice Adams was also on the scoresheet as Blackburn Rovers won 5-1 at Brighouse Town. Huddersfield Town defeated Guiseley Vixens 3-0 thanks to Jade Talbot (2) and Robyn Harris.
West Bromwich Albion took the opening day honours in the Midland Division, notching up a 5-1 victory over Loughborough Foxes. Shannon Kelly netted twice along with Abby Bevan, Danielle Kingston and Leanne Mitchell. Jade Eaglefield hit a hat-trick for Derby County in their 5-3 success at Cardiff City Ladies, Amber-Leigh Denny and Hannah Jones joining her on the scoresheet. Jaime Duggan and Toran Kelly were on target for Sporting Khalsa in their 2-0 win against TNS Ladies and Leicester City Women defeated Nottingham Forest 2-1, goals coming from Sarah Voce and Gabriella Reid.
In the Southern Division, Milton Keynes Dons opened up with a 5-1 win over West Ham Utd in which Nicola Brooks scored a hat-trick along with Tayla Duffy and Charlotte Matthews. Katie Knell, Neethu Haridas and Natalie Skiverton were on the scoresheet for Queen's Park Rangers as they beat Denham Utd 5-2 and Charlton Athletic's markswomen in their 4-1 victory against Southampton Saints were Darcy Wells (2), Hannah Nebbitt and Florence Jackson. Tottenham Hotspur were 4-2 winners away to Crystal Palace courtesy of a Shona Samuriwo brace, Shakira Waithe and Cheryl Williams. Florence Pollock and Mia Hyland were on target for Lewes as they shared a 2-2 draw with Portsmouth, who replied through Kayleigh Tonks and Rebecca Bell.



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