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Addicks stay in hunt
 Women's Football FA Women's Championship News - 16 Mar 2019
Charlton Athletic hosted Millwall Lionesses at The Valley on Wednesday night and ran out 3-0 winners, taking themselves back into the top three in the FA Women's Championship in the process.
A ten minute spell just before half time proved to be the decisive period of the match as Charlton scored all three of their goals during this time.
Kit Graham gave them the lead with a far post finish in the 35th minute and although Evie Clarke hit the bar at the other end moments later, the Addicks swiftly scored a second when Charlotte Gurr finished off a good passing move involving Charlotte Kerr and Graham. Elizabeta Ejupi drilled home the third with a 25-yard strike in first half injury time to put the seal on her side's tenth win of the season.

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