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 Women's Football News 5 Oct 2016
Fylde Ladies continue to stretch the pace in the Northern Division, preserving their lead of three points by winning 4-1 away to Leeds Ladies. Demi Devereaux, Anya Donelan, Shaunna Jein and Olivia Rees were all on target for the leaders, with Leeds' consolation coming from Matina Petrova. Second placed Blackburn Rovers ran out 5-0 winners over Middlesbrough, a Georgia Stevens hat-trick spearheading the win alongside further strikes from Ellie Doggett and Charlotte Healey. Newcastle Utd also won 5-0 against Guiseley Vixens and this has taken them up to third, whilst goals from Rosie Priestley and Robyn Hartley earned Huddersfield Town a 2-1 victory over Brighouse Town.
Derby County are the new leaders of the Midland Division following their 5-2 success away to Sporting Khalsa. Hannah Jones and Camilla Newton each netted twice with Anna Jowle also on target. Stoke City are up to second after scoring ten without reply past TNS Ladies. Courtney Jones, Jasmin Limb and Jessica Swanwick each scored twice and the others came from Sophie Taylor, Ciara Boal, Anna King and an own goal. West Bromwich Albion meanwhile edged out Nottingham Forest by the odd goal in seven. Louisa Butcher, Courtney Reynolds, Emily Woolvin and Leanne Mitchell all scored for Albion with Erin Thompson, Alana Crawford and Sophia Bonser replying.
Ronnell Humes bagged a hat-trick with Abbie Benstead, Chloe Gunn and Emily Masters adding the others as Tottenham Hotspur went top of the Southern Division by beating Denham Utd 6-1. Portsmouth won 5-0 at C & K Basildon to go second, thanks to Rebecca Bell (2), Hannah Reed, Melissa Lawrence and Kayleigh Tonks. Florence Jackson gave Charlton Athletic a 1-0 win at Milton Keynes Dons whilst Queen's Park Rangers defeated West Ham Utd 4-1 with goals from Neethu Haridas (2), Elizabeth O'Callaghan and Ellie Searle. Southampton Saints won for the first time, 2-1 against Crystal Palace courtesy of Paris Payne and Chelsie Hay.
Sunderland have a three point lead in the FA WSL Development League Northern Division after Bridget Galloway, Emma Kelly and Poppy Pattinson gave them a 3-1 win at Notts County. Mercy Darkoah grabbed the only goal as Durham Women beat Everton 1-0 and Sheffield FC defeated Aston Villa 4-2 with goals from Ella Hartley (2), Katie Anderson and Carla Ward.
Danielle Rowe and Phoebe Leitch scored the goals as Brighton & Hove Albion beat Chelsea 2-1 to take the early leadership in the Southern Division from Reading FC Women, who also won 2-1 against Bristol City thanks to Hannah Knapton and Beth Burgess. Hana Lalani bagged a four-goal haul and Megan Gordon the other for London Bees in their 5-2 victory over Oxford Utd and Yeovil Town were 4-0 victors at Watford, goals from Ella Pusey (2), Emily Donovan and Harriet King.



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