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Middlesbrough did their chances of a top two finish in the Northern Division a power of good on Sunday when they won 4-0 away to West Bromwich Albion.
All of the goals came during the second half, Lindsey Halbrook giving Boro the lead just before the hour and Bianca Owens weighed in with a double, either side of a strike from Millie Bell.
Middlesbrough now have a huge advantage of fourteen points over third placed Leicester City Women, who do possess five games in hand following their 2-1 victory over Derby County which takes them into the top three. Each of the goals came in the last quarter of an hour, Kayleigh Hillier putting Leicester in front and although Hannah Jones looked to have given Derby a share of the spoils, Chan Robinson snatched the winner deep into injury time.
A win would have taken Stoke City into third place but they had to settle for a point after battling out a 2-2 draw with mid-table Huddersfield Town. Sarah Dobby's first half strike for Huddersfield was cancelled out before the break by Kate Asher and after Ashleigh Hayes had put Stoke in front midway through the second half, Kate Mallin ensured that honours were even with the equaliser, five minutes from time.
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