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A goal five minutes from time by Emily Curteis gave Stoke City their first ever success in the Reserve Section League Cup with a 1-0 victory over Portsmouth in the Final.
Stoke will now be searching to seal a League and Cup double as they are in hot pursuit of the Midland Division title, whilst Portsmouth are hoping to do the same in the Southern Division.
Huddersfield Town's hopes of finishing in the runners-up spot received a knock when they were beaten 2-0 by Sheffield Utd, for whom Brooke Marsden netted a second half double.
Midland Division table toppers Leicester City Women went down to a 1-0 defeat away to Coventry Utd, for whom Katie Cornish netted a first half goal. West Bromwich Albion are one point off the pace in second after Seanna McCann-Lloyd, Kathryn Pagan and an own goal gave them a 3-1 win at Long Eaton Utd. Derby County meanwhile scored seven times without reply past TNS Ladies. Anita Gaspar, Jamey Brewster and Kira Rai all netted doubles for Derby, with Danielle Oxley adding the other.
C & K Basildon still have a chance of winning the Southern Division title and kept those hopes alive with a 4-2 success away to Crystal Palace, Katie Whitehead netting twice along with Sarah Wilson and Mollie de Bell. Milton Keynes Dons meanwhile won 2-1 at Lewes, Sarah Payne scoring both and Mia Hyland replying.
Chelsea remain on top of the FA WSL Development League Southern Division following their 4-1 win at Millwall Lionesses. Ashlee Hincks gave Millwall a first half lead but second half goals from Nicole Douglas, Kenni Thompson, Isabella Sibley and Olivia Smith gave Chelsea the points. Arsenal follow on after beating London Bees, Paige Bailey-Gayle netting six times along with hat-tricks from Tamsyn Sibanda, Lachante Paul and Miri Taylor. Lia Cataldo contributed a brace and there was one apiece from Amelia Hazard, Beth Lumsden, Jessica Ngunga and Ellie Perkins. Tottenham Hotspur were 4-2 winners over Bristol City and strikes from Millie Carter and Skye Bacon earned Brighton & Hove Albion a 2-1 success away to Oxford Utd.
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