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Huddersfield Town have made a swift return to the top of the Northern Division with a 3-1 victory at Hull City. Amy Broomhead twice and Kathryn Halligan the other, with Stacey Hubbard replying. Four teams are level on points at the top, including Newcastle Utd who won 4-3 at Guiseley Vixens thanks to Becca Hanson (2), Imogen Longcake and Lauren Wilson. A draw would have taken Middlesbrough top but they went down to a 5-3 defeat at the hands of Bolton Wanderers for whom Shelby Wolstencroft hit a hat-trick along with Ellie Mills and Annie Ashurst. Rebecca Furey and an own goal earned Leeds Utd a 2-2 draw against Bradford City, who scored through Jade Brindle and Bryony Hanson.
Coventry Utd continue to set the pace in the Midland Division after recording their fourth straight victory, 10-1 against Burton Albion. Amber Downs bagged a four-goal haul, Ellie White added a double with Lauren Garner, Sophie Bourton, Jessica Lundie and an own goal completing the scoring. Leicester City Women won 4-1 at Sporting Khalsa to go second, goals coming from Imogen Hunt (2), Angel Craig-Tapper and Mai Moncaster. Jade Sinclair was on target for West Bromwich Albion in their 1-1 draw with Loughborough Foxes, who replied through Tiana Hicks, whilst Cerys Board, Sophie Thomas, Jasmine Turner and an own goal gave Cardiff City Ladies a 4-0 victory away to Long Eaton Utd. Nottingham Forest won for the first time, 4-0 against TNS Ladies thanks to an Anna Rae brace, Charlotte Moffat and Hannah Daniel.
Portsmouth extended their lead at the top of the Southern Division to five points by scoring twelve times without reply past Queen's Park Rangers. Sharna Capel-Watson, Emma-Jane May and Charmaine True each netted twice along with Afiya Johnson, Becky Barron, Rebecca Bell, Jade Simmons, Kayleigh Tonks and Rebecca Moody. Charlton Athletic drew 2-2 with second placed C & K Basildon, Georgia Griffin and Flo Jackson were on target for the Addicks with Jodie Osborne netting twice in reply. Natasha Ogbe, Mary Robinson and Renae Thorn scored the goals as Crystal Palace defeated AFC Wimbledon 3-1 to go third. West Ham Utd and Lewes shared four goals, Esme Lancaster and Julie Melfald scoring for the Hammers, and the Rookettes replying through Lisa Fulgence and an own goal.
Things are tight at the top of the FA WSL Development League Northern Division, with the top four all level on four points. Aston Villa head the way on goal difference, Ebony Salmon netted four times and Alys Hinchcliffe contributed a brace as they won 6-1 against Durham Women, Manchester City sit in second following their goalless draw with Sunderland and Everton lie inbetween them after sharing four goals with Doncaster Rovers Belles, for whom Zoe Belding and Naia Khan netted with Ashley Longworth and Chloe Fisher replying. Ella Hartley and Rhema Lord-Mears were on the scoresheet as Sheffield FC notched up a 2-1 victory over Birmingham City, whose consolation came from Paris McKenzie.
Chelsea are the leaders of the fledgling Southern Division table, Nicole Douglas (2), Isabella Sibley, Kenni Thompson and Hannah Gardner giving them a 5-2 win over Brighton & Hove Albion, who replied through Beth Kincaid and an own goal. Millwall Lionesses also have six points after Onyi Echegini netted both goals in their 2-1 success at Oxford Utd. Lauryn Abery, Brogan Moore, Georgia Clifford, Sophie O'Rourke and Stella Gandee-Morgan all scored to earn Reading FC Women a 5-1 win at Bristol City, whilst Tottenham Hotspur and Watford finished level at 4-4. Eden Bailey, Ronnell Humes, Eartha Pond and Olivia Vales all scored for Tottenham, whilst on target for Watford were Leanne Bell, Leah Cudone, Alana Munro and Emily Hill.
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