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Middlesbrough are in the last four of the Reserve Section League Cup following their 6-2 success away to Brighouse Town. Harriet Dryden and Lauren Farrow each netted twice along with Jasmine Pearson and Daisy Turnbull, with the home side replying through Cara Mahoney and Faith Forde. Tottenham Hotspur meanwhile beat Derby County to complete the semi final line up. Khyla Brangman, Ronnell Humes and Amy Makewell scored the goals for Spurs, Derby responding with a brace from Hannah Jones.
Fylde Ladies sit on top of the Northern Division table with a lead of three points after they won 2-0 away to Hull City, Jess Battle netting both goals. Blackburn Rovers meanwhile defeated Newcastle Utd 3-0 to replace them in second place.
Midland Division leaders Stoke City were held to a 1-1 draw by West Bromwich Albion. Mai Butler gave Albion a second half lead, with Jasmin Limb equalising for Stoke who now lead on goal difference from Leicester City Women, 2-1 winners over Coventry Utd thanks to Rebecca-Jane Knight and Simran Singh. Eight different players got on the scoresheet as Cardiff City Ladies defeated Sporting Khalsa 10-1, Kerry Bartlett and Michelle Venton netting twice along with Chelsea Deacon, Caitlin Morris, Emily Poole, Ella Powell, Jasmine Turner and Zoe Atkins.
In the Southern Division, second placed Charlton Athletic batted out a goalless draw with Portsmouth, who are now one position behind them, but the Addicks still trail leaders Tottenham Hotspur by eight points. Rae Roberts hit a hat-trick as Queen's Park Rangers went fifth by beating Lewes 3-1 and Milton Keynes Dons were 3-0 winners away to West Ham Utd.
Liverpool have a lead of four points at the top of the FA WSL Development League Northern Division after they won 2-1 against Birmingham City. Sheffield FC went level on points with second placed Sunderland with a 3-0 victory away to Notts County, thanks to a goal apiece from Katie Anderson, Sarah Jackson and Ella Hartley. Manchester City follow on in fourth after their 4-2 victory at Aston Villa.
Chelsea have gone second in the Southern Division, above London Bees after scoring ten times without reply in their meeting. Alessia Russo led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Nicole Douglas and Isabella Sibley added two apiece with Lauren Pickett and Anne Meiwald also on target. Arsenal have begun the task of catching up their games in hand and started off with a victory, 4-0 against Oxford Utd thanks to goals from Rianna Dean (2), Laura Hooper and Shannon Cooke.
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