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Charlton Athletic have taken up the pace again at the top of the Southern Division, extending their lead to five points after scoring eleven times without reply past Swindon Town.
The Addicks' prolific forward line was again to the fore as Charlotte Gurr was on target four times and Kit Graham weighed in with a hat-trick. Charlotte Lee added a brace of goals while Hannah Churchill and Grace Coombs also got on the scoresheet.
The six matches in the division on Sunday produced a total of 43 goals and ten of them were on show at West Ham Utd where visitors C & K Basildon triumphed 7-3 to go into second place. April Bowers netted a hat-trick for C & K against her former club and she was joined on the scoresheet by Angela Addison, Therese Addison, Jay Blackie and Danica Revell while Molly Peters, Ellie Zoepfl and Rosie Kmita all replied for the Hammers.
C & K have moved above Lewes who slip back to third after going down 3-2 to Portsmouth. Avilla Bergin gave Lewes a first half lead but Pompey hit back after the break through a Samantha Quayle brace and Molly Clark. Leeta Rutherford pulled one back for the Rookettes late on but Portsmouth held on for the points (see match report).
Crystal Palace meanwhile kept themselves in contention with a 2-0 victory over Cardiff City Ladies. Leesa Haydock put Palace in front with five minutes on the clock and Gemma Bryan wrapped up the win with her second, late in the second half.
Coventry Utd were the other side to hit double figures on a goal laden day in the division, winning 10-1 away to Queen's Park Rangers. Maz Gauntlett led the scoring with a hat-trick, Helen Dermody weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Stephanie Smith, Jade Brook, Alison Hall, Amber Hughes and Laura Cooper. Pauline Adeyemo netted a second half consolation for Rangers.
Chichester City maintained their place in the top half with a 4-0 success away to Gillingham. Laura Ingram, Jess Lewry, Jade Widdows and Hollie Wride were all on target for the Sussex side.
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