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The Southern Division is shaping up to be a very close one with only two points covering the top five teams after Sunday's results.
These are topped by Charlton Athletic who regained the leadership with a 2-1 victory over Lewes. Kim Dixson and Avilla Bergin put the Addicks two ahead inside the opening quarter of the game, before the Rookettes pulled one back after the break through Georgia Bridges.
Coventry Utd now occupy second place after running out 5-0 winners over Queen's Park Rangers, who are still seeking their first points of the season. Alison Hall scored two of the goals and there was one apiece from Stephanie Smith, Courtney Murphy and Ashleigh Neville.
Cardiff City Ladies are the second of three teams who are one point behind Charlton, sandwiched inbetween Coventry and Tottenham Hotspur who did not play. Michelle Green scored twice and Chloe Chivers the other as Cardiff took their winning run to five straight games with a 3-0 victory over West Ham Utd.
Crystal Palace are in fifth but just two points off the pace following their 1-0 success away to Swindon Town. Substitute Ellie Bailes was Palace's heroine as she scored the only goal of the game, deep into injury time.
C & K Basildon leapfrogged Portsmouth and into the top six after beating them 3-1. Stacey Little, Zoe Rushen and Sara Sinclair all scored for C & K, with Pompey's consolation coming from Samantha Quayle.
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