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 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 5 Apr 2019
Blackburn Rovers require two more points to emulate their first team by winning the league, after they won 9-1 at Hull City. Ebony Stinson, Emily Walton and Isabel Pacitto all scored twice with Carra Jones, Eve Clarkson and Ria Montgomery adding the others. Abbie Gilchrist, Amy Hargrave and Anna Soulsby netted the goals as Newcastle Utd beat Huddersfield Town 3-2 and Durham Women were 2-0 winners over Middlesbrough thanks to Megan Farrell and Rebecca Henderson.
Chorley are within one point of winning the Northern Division Two title, after a Kadie Morrison hat-trick and Abbie Mackay gave them a 4-2 victory at Brighouse Town. Only Guiseley Vixens can still catch their points total, keeping their slim hopes alive by beating Barnsley 5-2. Monika Estere Stube (2), Demi Wisher, Eleanor Ciesielski and Amy Knott scored the goals for Guiseley.
Midland Division leaders Stoke City suffered their first defeat of the season as they were beaten 2-1 by Leicester City, for whom Shannon Henson and Gracie-Mai Williams scored. Stoke's lead has now been trimmed to five points by Derby County, who beat Nottingham Forest 9-1 thanks to a Naomi Lawrence hat-trick, Taviah Myles (2), Danielle Oxley, Amber-Leigh Denny, Ella Ritchie and Emily Gillott. Grace Harris (2), Rebecca Gompertz, Charlie Whitehouse and Ellie McGovern scored the goals as West Bromwich Albion defeated Long Eaton Utd 5-0 and Loughborough Foxes were 3-2 winners at Coventry Utd, thanks to a Tiana Hicks double and Simran Singh. Sporting Khalsa meanwhile beat Burton Albion 4-2, Brittany Civil netting twice along with Jessica Bate and an own goal.
Renea Jarrett scored twice and Therese Addison added the other for Tottenham Hotspur as they won 3-1 away to Cambridge Utd to stay top of the South/South East Division, on goal difference from Charlton Athletic who beat Milton Keynes Dons 4-1 thanks to Shamoy Campbell (2), Georgia Pearch and Ellie Dorey. Watford have gone third with a 3-0 victory over Norwich City, Eshe Johnson opening the scoring before Hannah Coote netted a brace.
In the South/South West Division, Crystal Palace preserved their five point lead by winning 5-2 at Lewes, Charmaine True hitting a hat-trick along with Nikita Whinnett and Teagan Ashley. Lily Davis scored the only goal for AFC Wimbledon in their 1-0 victory over Queen's Park Rangers and Natasha Wild was on target for Chichester City as they drew 1-1 with Southampton Women, who replied through Tia Hooper.

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