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Belles give new manager winning start
 Women's Football WSL2 News - 8 Jan 2018
Doncaster Rovers Belles stay four points clear at the top of WSL 2 following their 2-0 win away to Watford.
In their first match under new manager Neil Redfearn, Leandra Little got her side off to the perfect start when she headed in the opening goal with ten minutes on the clock, with Jess Sigsworth adding the second on the stroke of half time.
Durham Women hold on to second place following their 4-2 success at Oxford Utd. Kayleigh Hines put the home side in front early on and Durham hit back midway through the first half with an equaliser from Beth Hepple. Zoe Ness gave the Wildcats the lead on the hour mark with Sarah Robson adding the third and although Ellis Hillman gave Oxford late hope when she reduced the arrears, Ness secured the points for Durham in injury time with her second goal.
Millwall Lionesses preserved their unbeaten record and stay in third after they defeated Sheffield FC 2-1. Sheffield started the game well and took an early lead through Hannah Cain but two goals in a four minute spell from Ella Rutherford handed Millwall a hard earned win.
Brighton & Hove Albion meanwhile made sure of keeping themselves in touch with the leading sides as they won 1-0 away to Tottenham Hotspur. The only goal of a well contested game came with eleven minutes on the clock, Sophie Perry scoring from a free kick on the edge of the area.
Aston Villa and London Bees each picked up a point as they battled out a 3-3 draw. In a see-saw encounter at Tamworth, the Bees started the game superbly and were two goals ahead inside the opening half hour, thanks to Paula Howells and Danielle Lea. Ebony Salmon then scored a goal either side of half time to bring Villa back into the game and they completed the turnaround when Elisha N'Dow put them ahead for the first time. Despite being reduced to ten players through injury, the Bees still mustered a comeback in injury time and Katie Wilkinson - who joined them from Villa during the week - grabbed a late goal to earn her side a share of the spoils.

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