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 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 24 Feb 2018
 
In the only game to be played in the Northern Division, Blackburn Rovers won 3-1 away to Middlesbrough and they now require five points from their last three games in order to retain their title. Lagan Makin, Natasha Flint and an own goal took Blackburn to victory, with the home side's consolation coming from Taylor Hebb.
 
West Bromwich Albion are up into second place in the Midland Division, courtesy of a 5-0 victory over TNS Ladies. Shannon Kelly was on target twice along with Megan Richards, Shannon Stamps and Abby Bevan. Stoke City continue to make up ground and are within a single point of third placed Loughborough Foxes after beating them 4-0. Abbie Iddenden netted a goal in each half and she was joined on the scoresheet by Freya Tan and Harriett Wellings. Sporting Khalsa registered an emphatic thirteen goal win over Burton Albion, led by hat-tricks from Rebecca Gill-Parsons and Brittany Civil. Beth Dutton and Angelique Morley each added two and the total was completed by Lauren Bannister, Katie Nardone and Lauren Walker.
 
One match went ahead in the Southern Division, Kayleigh Currivan and Alissa Down scoring the goals for Denham Utd as they won 2-1 away to Milton Keynes Dons, who replied through Tayla Duffy.
 
C & K Basildon are through to the semi finals of the Reserve Section League Cup after beating Coventry Utd 3-1. Jodie Osborne, Sophie Rhodes and Gemma Abela were all on target for C & K, the home side's consolation coming from Lois Jefferies.
 
FA WSL Development League Northern Division leaders Manchester City went down to their first defeat of the season, beaten 2-1 by second placed Sheffield FC. Hannah Cain and Beth Donoghue scored the goals for Sheffield who move to within four points of their opponents, with Doncaster Rovers Belles a further point adrift following their 4-1 victory over Durham Women. Everton meanwhile moved into mid-table after Lucy Staunton-Turner and Ashley Longworth gave them a 2-1 win against Sunderland.
 
Arsenal preserved their six point lead in the Southern Division with a 6-1 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion. Beth Lumsden and Gabriella Ravenscroft were each on target twice along with Jessica Ngunga and Lachante Paul. Chelsea follow on after scoring eight times without reply past Tottenham Hotspur courtesy of doubles from Nicole Douglas, Hannah Gardner and Beth Burgess with Katherine Turner and Kenni Thompson adding the others. Stella Morgan, Melissa Fletcher, Brogan Moore, Lauryn Abery and Evie Gane netted the goals as Reading FC Women beat Oxford Utd 5-2 and Watford won 1-0 against Yeovil Town with a strike from Alana Munro.
 

 
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