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Two late goals earned West Ham Utd a 3-1 victory over Southampton Saints in the only match played in the Premier League Reserve Section on Sunday. Southampton led at half time through a Caitlin Collighan goal, with Megan Waters equalising midway through the second half, before a double strike in the last few minutes from Courtney Lumley earned the Hammers the points.
Liverpool held on to the leadership of the FA WSL Development League Northern Division after Kess Elmore gave them a 1-0 win away to Doncaster Rovers Belles. They stay one point ahead of Birmingham City who also won 1-0 against Durham Women thanks to a goal from Coral-Jade Haines. Manchester City lost ground in third place as they were beaten 2-0 by Sunderland who scored through Georgia Gibson and Mollie Lambert. Everton battled out a 1-1 draw with Notts County and Aston Villa were 5-3 winners over Sheffield FC, Tanisha Smith netting twice along with Simran Jhamat, Ebony Salmon and Hayley Crackle. Nicole Kemp (2) and Katie Anderson replied for Sheffield.
Chelsea are continuing to stretch the pace in the Southern Division, they lead by seven points after a Nicole Douglas hat-trick gave them a 3-0 win away to Yeovil Town. Hannah Knapton was another hat-trick scorer, adding to goals from Melanie Parreno Espinosa, Chelsea Jumratie, Tasmin de Bunsen, Beth Burgess and Rebekah Haines as Reading FC Women beat London Bees 8-0 to go second, just ahead of Brighton & Hove Albion who were held to a goalless draw by Bristol City. Arsenal continue to catch up ground and scored ten times without reply past Watford, Rianna Dean and Anna Patten each hitting hat-tricks along with Taylor Hinds (2), Jessica Ngunga and Kalani Peart. Beth Harford and Samantha Booker were on the scoresheet as Millwall Lionesses defeated Oxford Utd 2-1.
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