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Bolton Wanderers and Bradford City battled out a 3-3 draw in the Northern Division to leave both teams in a mid-table position. Erin Griffiths, Murron Alldread and Jessica Eddison scored the goals for Bolton, with Bradford responding through a Lucy Preston brace and Amy Wood. Hull City and Guiseley Vixens also shared six goals, Hull netting through Alice Stewart, Jasmine McNaught and Eleanor Robinson, whilst Debbie Hastings, Poppy Saffery and Emily Scott were on target for Guiseley.
With Coventry Utd in cup action, Leicester City Women took the opportunity to replace them as Midland Division leaders with a 7-0 victory over Long Eaton Utd. Gracie-Mai Williams netted twice and there was one apiece from Gabriella Foulkes, Olivia Perrin, Sinead Samarczuk, Jess Seaton and Charlotte Steggles. Cardiff City Ladies stay third after being held to a goalless draw by Sporting Khalsa and Derby County netted six times without reply past Nottingham Forest, Molly Matthews bagging a brace along with Anita Gaspar, Kira Rai, Hannah Naqwi and Jamey Brewster.
In the Southern Division, C & K Basildon climbed into second place when Jodie Osborne (2), Danielle Sillitoe, Paige Wakefield, Katie Whitehead and Sophie Rhodes gave them a 6-0 victory over Queen's Park Rangers. Georgia Bowen netted a brace and Mia Hyland the other as Lewes won 3-2 against West Ham Utd and AFC Wimbledon defeated Denham Utd 2-1 thanks to a Rosie Russell double.
The top two teams in the Northern Division meant in the Second Round of the Reserve Section League Cup and for the second time in three weeks, Huddersfield Town triumphed over Blackburn Rovers albeit this time on penalties. As both games in their division, the match finished 3-3 with Kathryn Halligan (2) and Amy Broomhead netting for Huddersfield and Blackburn replying through Georgia Stevens, Sarah Agger and Alice Thompson before Town won 3-1 from the spot. Coventry Utd also booked their place in the next round by winning 4-0 at Loughborough Foxes, Lois Jefferies hitting a hat-trick and Amber Downs adding the other. Crystal Palace meanwhile edged out Charlton Athletic 3-2, courtesy of a Karisha Iton brace and Meadow Barton.
Southern Division leaders Millwall Lionesses are through to the quarter finals of the FA WSL Development League Cup after Lucy Fitzgerald (2) and Samantha Booker gave them a 3-0 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion. Sheffield FC produced a great result in beating Everton 3-0, their markswomen were Chloe Dixon, Ella Hartley and Megan Tinsley, meanwhile Anna Linden and Georgia Popple scored the goals as Birmingham City won 2-1 away to Doncaster Rovers Belles. Liverpool's long trip to Sunderland resulted in a 3-1 victory, thanks to Annabel Blanchard, Lucy Roberts and an own goal, whilst Manchester City netted nine times without reply past Durham Women. Chelsea did go one better when beating Oxford Utd 10-0, Nicole Douglas and Beth Burgess each hitting hat-tricks with Maddison Phillips, Olivia Smith, Isabella Sibley and Katherine Turner also on the scoresheet. Tasmin de Bunsen meanwhile made a stunning return from injury, coming off the bench to score four times during Reading FC Women's 7-0 victory over Watford. Kate Wiseman, Brogan Moore and Katie Axerman accounted for the other goals.
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