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The top of the Southern Division remains as close as ever with three teams level on points at the head of the table.
With Charlton Athletic not having a game, Coventry Utd took the opportunity to regain the leadership as they won 5-0 away to West Ham Utd. Alison Hall enjoyed a great day in front of goal for Coventry, finding the net four times, and Natasha Lynch was also on target.
Tottenham Hotspur made sure of keeping pace with Coventry by beating C & K Basildon 4-0. Goals from Bianca Baptiste, Ronnell Humes, Wendy Martin and Cheryl Williams earned Spurs a result which leaves them in second place.
Cardiff City Ladies meanwhile completed the trio of leaders with a 3-2 success against Crystal Palace. Chloe Lloyd struck a late winner for the South Wales side to add to earlier goals from Kerry Bartlett and Cori Williams, while Gemma Bryan netted twice in reply for Palace.
Lewes put an end to their six match league run without a win when they triumphed 2-1 away to Swindon Town. The home side took the lead through a Michelle Rich free kick but the Rookettes hit back with an equaliser from Kirsty Barton and then, deep into injury time, Georgia Bridges scored with a 25-yard strike to settle matters in Lewes' favour.
Queen's Park Rangers claimed their first point of the season when sharing a 1-1 draw with Portsmouth. Sarah Kempson put Pompey in front early in the second half but their lead lasted just three minutes, Jennifer Critchley replying with a goal that ended Rangers' run of seven straight defeats.
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