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It was a good day for Tottenham Hotspur whose grip on the Southern Division title race was further tightened with a 4-1 victory over Portsmouth.
Bianca Baptiste, Kelley Blanchflower, Lucia Leon and Wendy Martin were all on target for Spurs, while Gemma Hillier netted Pompey's reply.
Charlton Athletic kept up their challenge for a top two place by winning 2-0 away to Lewes. The home side had gone into the game in good form but second half goals from Gemma Shepherd and Kit Graham earned the Addicks three important points.
Coventry Utd and Cardiff City Ladies met in an important clash and neither would have been satisfied with the outcome, the teams battling out a 2-2 draw which sees both lose ground on Spurs. Laura Cooper scored an injury time goal to give Coventry a share of the spoils, adding to Alison Hall's earlier strike, while Chloe Chivers was on target twice for Cardiff.
After three league games without a victory, Crystal Palace got back to winning ways in style as they scored five times without reply past C & K Basildon. Gemma Bryan was once again to the fore for Palace as she hit a hat-trick, with Sarah Jones and Mary Robinson joining her on the scoresheet.
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