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Fylde Ladies have edged further ahead in the Northern Division, going three points clear with a 3-2 victory over Bradford City. Sophie Hawkins netted twice and Demi Devereaux added the other for Fylde. Kathryn Halligan led the scoring with a hat-trick as Huddersfield Town went second by beating Middlesbrough 8-3. Carly Doyle (2), Robyn Hartley, Laura Neimantas and Lauren Buckley were also on the scoresheet.
In the Midland Division, West Bromwich Albion narrowed the gap on leaders Leicester City Women to two points after beating them 4-2, thanks to doubles from Olivia Mitcham and Courtney Reynolds. Loughborough Foxes meanwhile claimed their first victory, Eva Rogers (2) and Siobhan Eastham scoring the goals as they won 3-1 at Sporting Khalsa.
Tottenham Hotspur are now ten points clear in the Southern Division after beating Milton Keynes Dons 4-0, with Shona Samuriwo and Belle Shannon each scoring twice. Rachel Harney and Lauren Parsons were on target as Crystal Palace won 2-1 at Portsmouth to go third, just ahead of Queen's Park Rangers who defeated Southampton Saints 4-1 with goals from Sophie Gardiner (2), Neethu Haridas and Natalie Skiverton. West Ham Utd meanwhile notched up a 5-0 victory over Denham Utd, courtesy of a goal apiece from Sarah Wilson, Lizzie Richardson, Chelsea Hinz, Stephaney Bent and Eva Carvalho.
In the Northern Division of the FA WSL Development League, Birmingham City closed the gap on leaders Liverpool to four points by winning 4-1 away to Doncaster Rovers Belles. Ellie Brazil, Laura Davies, Nimah Lane and Connie Scofield were all on target for the Blues. Everton and Durham Women meanwhile battled out a 1-1 draw, Sophie Charlton giving Everton a first half lead which was cancelled out by Chloe Allan.
Arsenal are starting to catch up their games in the Southern Division and served an ominous notice with an 8-0 victory over leaders Brighton & Hove Albion. Rianna Dean led the scoring with a hat-trick, Shannon Cooke and Charlotte Devlin each added a brace and Jessica Ngunga was also on target. Second placed Chelsea were also beaten, 2-1 by Bristol City and remain six points behind. Tasmin de Bunsen (2) and Chelsea Jumratie gave Reading FC Women a 3-1 victory at Millwall Lionesses which takes them up to third. London Bees ran out 8-1 winners away to Oxford Utd and Yeovil Town battled out a 1-1 draw with Watford, who scored through Tyra Poole.
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