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One more point will do for Blackburn Rovers who are on the verge of the Northern Division title after sharing a 1-1 draw with Newcastle Utd. A win would have confirmed Blackburn as Champions but despite a goal from Natasha Flint, Imogen Longcake's reply for Newcastle means they will have to wait before they are confirmed as title winners. In the other game, Leeds Utd won 2-0 against Hull City thanks to Abbey Smith and Rebecca Furey.
Leicester City Women head the Midland Division table by five points after Gabriella Foulkes, Shannon Henson and Olivia Perrin gave them a 3-1 victory over Sporting Khalsa. Second met third with Loughborough Foxes and West Bromwich Albion drawing 1-1, goals coming from Simran Singh and Indiana Totty respectively. Stoke City continue to catch up ground, they beat TNS Ladies 6-1 thanks to a Freya Tan hat-trick, Emily Curteis, Abbie Iddenden and Antonia Carta. Danielle Oxley and Emily Gillott each hit hat-tricks for Derby County in their 13-1 win over Burton Albion, being joined on the scoresheet by Jamey Brewster (2), Georgia Hewitt (2), Georgia Lawton, Bethany Naqwi and Molly Matthews. Danielle Hicks, Zoe Meyrick and Danielle Sanderson netted the goals as Nottingham Forest won 3-1 at Long Eaton Utd to move out of the bottom two.
Southern Division leaders Charlton Athletic went down to a 5-2 defeat to C & K Basildon, who scored through Katie Whitehead (2), Sophie Rhodes, Sarah Wilson and Mollie de Bell. Queen's Park Rangers are off the bottom of the table after a first half goal from Natalie Skiverton gave them the points against Denham Utd.
Manchester City have gone nine points clear at the top of the FA WSL Development League Northern Division following their 3-1 win away to Sunderland. Sheffield FC are in second place after winning 5-1 at Durham Women, Shannon Durkin hitting a hat-trick with Millee Clarke and Ruth Likara adding the others. Everton moved up to fifth with a 3-2 success against Aston Villa.
The top of the table clash in the Southern Division ended with honours even as Arsenal and Chelsea battled out a 3-3 draw. Gabriella Ravenscroft (2) and Jessica Ngunga netted for Arsenal, who have a lead of four points, whilst Chelsea replied through a Nicole Douglas double and Isabella Sibley. Millwall Lionesses received a setback as they were beaten 3-2 by Reading FC Women. Ella Pusey, Megan Robinson and Libby Piggott scored the goals as Yeovil Town won 3-2 at Tottenham Hotspur and Brighton & Hove Albion defeated London Bees 7-2 thanks to a Sara Tubby hat-trick, Rachel Woods, Millie Carter, Keavy Price and Skye Bacon.
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