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 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 13 Oct 2017
Northern Division leaders Huddersfield Town ran out 10-1 winners away to Sheffield Utd. Beth Allen led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Amy Broomhead added two and the tally was completed by Tara Duce, Kathryn Halligan, Robyn Hartley and Ella McCamon. Blackburn Rovers keep pace with them after scoring eight times without reply past Leeds Utd, Ellie Doggett and Leanne Prescott each hitting hat-tricks along with Eve Clarkson and Isabel Pacitto. Middlesbrough complete a trio level on points at the top after beating Newcastle Utd 4-0, courtesy of a goal apiece from Ashleigh Coyle, Ellie Gutcher, Holly Wells and Abbey Loughran. Ruby Howard hit a hat-trick, with Ellie Mills, Shelby Wolstencroft and Eleanor Hunt adding the others, as Bolton Wanderers beat Brighouse Town 6-3 and Guiseley Vixens won 3-1 at Bradford City with goals from Demi Wisher, Harriet Jakeman and Sophie Hawkins.
Coventry Utd were beaten for the first time this season but remain on top of the Midland Division after their 3-1 defeat to second placed Stoke City. Abbie Iddenden (2) and Emma Henderson scored for Stoke, with Katie Cornish replying. Jasmine Turner netted twice along with Daisy Evan-Watkins and Monet Legall as Cardiff City Ladies won 4-0 against TNS Ladies; they are two points off the points as are Loughborough Foxes after a Laura Dexter brace and Libbie-Mae Taylor gave them a 3-1 victory over Long Eaton Utd. Leicester City Women meanwhile missed an opportunity to go level on points with leaders Coventry when they lost 2-1 to West Bromwich Albion for whom Rebecca Gompertz and Seanna McCann-Lloyd scored. Derby County ran out 10-1 winenrs away to Burton Albion, Danielle Oxley netting five times along with Kira Rai (2), Emily Gillott (2) and Anita Gaspar, whilst Anna Re and Danielle Hicks were on target for Nottingham Forest in their 2-2 draw with Sporting Khalsa, who replied through Laura Quigley and Brittany Civil for their first point.
In the Southern Division, Sasha Kelly and Katie Whitehead each scored twice, with Sophie Rhodes adding the other as C & K Basildon defeated West Ham Utd 5-1 to narrow the gap on leaders Portsmouth to two points. Crystal Palace follow on after winning 8-1 at Queen's Park Rangers, Sandra Martin bagging a hat-trick with Meadow Barton (2), Karisha Iton (2) and Mary Robinson also on target. Lisa Fulgence, Georgia Bowen and Lauren Amerena were the markswomen for Lewes in their 3-1 victory over Milton Keynes Dons and Charlton Athletic beat Denham Utd 5-1 thanks to an Emily Ashcroft double, Ellie Jeffkins, Lauren Parsons and Georgia Pearch.
Manchester City are the new leaders of the FA WSL Development League Northern Division after they won 1-0 against Everton; they head the table from Doncaster Rovers Belles who picked up their first victory, 1-0 away to Durham Women.
League Cup holders Bristol City are out of the competition first time around this season, they went down 1-0 to Chelsea for whom Kenni Thompson scored. Arsenal meanwhile scored seven times without reply past Yeovil Town, Gabriella Ravenscroft hitting a hat-trick along with doubles from Anne-Marie Filbey and Lachante Paul. Brogan Moore (2), Lauryn Abery, Katherine Cunningham, Sophie O'Rourke and Melanie Parreno Espinosa netted the goals as Reading FC Women defeated Tottenham Hotspur 6-1 and a goal five minutes from time by Emily Hollinshead saw Sheffield FC progress with a 1-0 victory over Aston Villa.

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