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Tottenham Hotspur have moved to the top of the Championship for the first time and did so in style, with an 8-0 victory over Millwall Lionesses.
With previous leaders Manchester Utd not having a game, Spurs replaced them at the top by producing a superb display which saw them take the lead on 21 minute thanks to Angela Addison. Rianna Dean and Sarah Wiltshire then added goals in quick succession and Ashleigh Neville made it four leading up to half time. Dean further increased Tottenham's lead early in the second half before Bianca Baptiste netted the sixth on the hour. The in-form Dean completed her hat-trick shortly afterwards and after opening the scoring early on, Addison rounded it off with her second, seven minutes from time.
Charlton Athletic are up into the top three after bouncing back from their first defeat of the season to beat Sheffield Utd 2-0. Amber Stobbs opened the scoring three minutes before half time and midway through the second half, Charley Clifford made the points safe for the Addicks with their second goal.
Leicester City follow on after battling out a 1-1 draw with Aston Villa, who are off the bottom as a result. It was Villa who took a 20th minute lead through Jodie Hutton, with Leicester hitting back to earn themselves a share of the spoils when Rosie Axten scored from the penalty spot, two minutes ahead of the break.
Durham Women rediscovered their winning form when beating Crystal Palace 2-0. After a goalless first half, Emily Roberts put the still unbeaten Wildcats ahead twelve minutes after the restart and an own goal late on by the unfortunate Ciara Watling made the points safe for Durham.
London Bees are up into mid-table after winning 3-2 in an entertaining affair against Lewes. The Bees took the lead in the eleventh minute through Emma Beckett but the Rookettes hit back strongly, Samantha Quayle levelling the scores and Sarah Kempson putting them in front nine minutes later. Beckett scored her second to bring the Bees back on terms going into half time and in the second half, Tricia Gould netted the all-important goal to hand London Bees victory for the second time this season.
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