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Blackburn Rovers stay twelve points clear at the top of the Northern Division after defeating Bolton Wanderers 7-0. Lagan Makin and Natasha Flint each netted twice along with Sarah Agger, Isabel Pacitto and Hannah Walsh. Bianca Owens (2), Harriet Dryden and Chloe Ryan were all on the scoresheet as second placed Middlesbrough won 4-2 away to Hull City. Robyn Hartley bagged a hat-trick as Huddersfield Town beat Newcastle Utd 5-1, Kathryn Halligan and Liuli Dyson adding the others to help take their team above Newcastle and into third. Leeds Utd meanwhile won for the second time this season, 2-1 against Guiseley Vixens thanks to Rachel McDonald and Chelsea Sandford.
In the Midland Division, Loughborough Foxes went second with a 4-2 victory over Nottingham Forest, Nicola Russell hitting a hat-trick with Paige Gunn also on target. West Bromwich Albion defeated Sporting Khalsa 6-0, Justine Buckmire netting twice along with Kathryn Pagan, Lily Eustace, Shannon Kelly and Seanna McCann-Lloyd. Stoke City maintained their unbeaten record and stepped up their challenge by beating Cardiff City Ladies 6-0. Abbie Iddenden led the scoring with a hat-trick, Roisin Kivel weighed in with a brace and Shannon Garner added the other. Emily Gillott (2) and Amber-Leigh Denny were on the scoresheet as Derby County won 3-0 away to Long Eaton Utd.
Florence Jackson and Emma Sherwood scored the goals as Charlton Athletic won 2-0 at Queen's Park Rangers to extend their lead at the top of the Southern Division to three points from Portsmouth who drew 1-1 with AFC Wimbledon, goals coming from Kayleigh Tonks and Sophie Manzi respectively. Crystal Palace defeated West Ham Utd 4-0 thanks to Isha Kamara (2), Sandra Martin and an own goal, meanwhile Lewes leapt up to fourth by winning 2-0 away to Denham Utd with strikes from Shantelle Gray and Mia Hyland.
Manchester City have gone seven points clear in the FA WSL Development League Northern Division following their 2-1 victory over Aston Villa. Sheffield FC remain in second despite going down to a 5-1 defeat at the hands of Birmingham City, who scored through a Heidi Logan hat-trick, Shania Hayles and Maddy Cusack. Annabel Blanchard had a great day, netting all of the goals as Liverpool beat Doncaster Rovers Belles 5-0.
Arsenal made a swift return to the top of the Southern Division with a 10-1 win against Tottenham Hotspur. Jessica Ngunga, Lachante Paul and Gabriella Ravenscroft all scored hat-tricks and Paige Bailey-Gayle was also on target. Ellie Strippel and Holly Chandler netted the goals as Bristol City beat Watford 2-0 to go third, just ahead of Reading FC Women who netted seven times without reply past Brighton & Hove Albion. London Bees meanwhile won 3-0 against Oxford Utd, courtesy of a Jo Wilson brace and Lisa Milliken.
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