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 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 11 Nov 2017
The top three in the Northern Division all recorded victories on Sunday to remain level on points, still led by Huddersfield Town who defeated Bolton Wanderers 8-1. Beth Allen and Amy Broomhead each hit hat-tricks and they were joined on the scoresheet by Vicky Abbott and Ella McCamon. Second placed Blackburn Rovers scored nine times without reply past Brighouse Town, spearheaded by a five-goal haul from Georgia Stevens. Ellie Doggett added a brace and there was one apiece from Kaya-Lily Pottinger and Leanne Prescott. Savanna Robson (2), Abbey Loughran and Beth McIlvenny were on the scoresheet as Middlesbrough won 4-0 at Leeds Utd to stay third. Newcastle Utd and Guiseley Vixens occupy the next two places after their meeting culminated in a 1-1 draw, Imogen Longcake netting for Newcastle and Lucy Ogden replying. Bradford City meanwhile defeated Hull City 5-2 thanks to a Jade Brindle hat-trick, Lucy Preston and Rhianna Wright.
Coventry Utd are the new leaders of the Midland Division after scoring ten times without reply past Long Eaton Utd. Amber Downs and Lauren Garner both scored hat-tricks with Jessica Lundie (2), Holly Grimes and Lois Jefferies adding the others. Leicester City Women went second following a thirteen-goal blast against Burton Albion. Imogen Hunt was on target six times along with Shannon Henson (2), Gabriella Foulkes, Chloe Maitland, Olivia Perrin, Jess Seaton and Millie Sheard. Cardiff City Ladies complete the top three after their 1-1 draw with Loughborough Foxes, Monet Legall scoring their goal with Paige Gunn replying. Abby Bevan and Shannon Kelly both netted twice as West Bromwich Albion won 4-1 away to Sporting Khalsa and TNS Ladies defeated Nottingham Forest 3-0.
Portsmouth have gone six points clear in the Southern Division following their 4-1 success at AFC Wimbledon in which Kayleigh Tonks (2), Charmaine True and Zoe Ridley. Meadow Barton (2), Karisha Iton (2), Sandra Martin and an own goal gave Crystal Palace a 6-2 victory over Denham Utd, which takes them into second. Zoe Swift netted twice along with Julie Melfald and Shakira Waithe as West Ham Utd won 4-3 against Charlton Athletic and Gemma Abela was on target for C & K Basildon in their 1-1 draw with Lewes, who replied through Ava Rowbotham. Amy Gooderham (2) and Tayla Duffy netted for Milton Keynes Dons as they shared six goals with Queen's Park Rangers, who found the net through a Rae Roberts brace and Acacia Thompson.
Georgia Gibson and Bethany Guy scored the goals as Sunderland won 2-0 against Durham Women to take over the leadership of the FA WSL Development League Northern Division. Ruth Likara was on target for third placed Sheffield FC as they shared a 1-1 draw with Everton, whilst Doncaster Rovers Belles triumphed 2-1 away to Birmingham City. Elizabeth Earle, Annabel Blanchard, Amy Rodgers, Meg Boydell and Levi Rathburn were on the scoresheet as Liverpool defeated Aston Villa 5-1.
Millwall Lionesses stay on top of the Southern Division after winning 3-2 against Bristol City, thanks to a Lucy Fitzgeralnd double and Onyi Echegini. Arsenal stay one point behind in second place, Lachante Paul netting four times in their 7-3 victory over Oxford Utd, Beth Lumsden (2) and Gabriella Ravenscroft adding the others. Chelsea ran out 7-1 winners against Tottenham Hotspur and Watford came away from Yeovil Town with a 2-0 success under their belts, goals coming from Olivia Syson and Emily Hill.

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