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 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 18 Oct 2019
 
The Reserve League Cup continued with the latest round of group matches and Brighouse Town made it three wins out of three in Group A when they beat Leeds Utd U23 5-1. Murron Alldread, Danielle Brown, Hannah Campbell, Josephine Hewson and Ellie Richardson all scored a goal apiece for Brighouse. Lauren Farrow hit a hat-trick as Middlesbrough scored six times without reply past Bradford City, Megan Shaw (2) and Alicia Mutrie joining her on the scoresheet. Durham Women won 7-2 against Hull City, Amy Hargrave was on target four times along with Rebecca Henderson (2) and Mia Lawrence-Kay.
 
Group B leaders Blackburn Rovers were held to a 2-2 draw by Chorley. Kadie Morrison and Olivia Black netted Chorley's goals whilst Carra Jones and Kira Boswell were on target for Blackburn who stay on top on goal difference from Liverpool Feds, who also drew 2-2 with Crewe Alexandra. Kenzie Guido and Courtney Jevons scored the goals for the Feds in reply to Grace Duckworth and Shanice Finbow. Burnley FC Women were the only winners on the day in the group, beating Stockport County 2-1 thanks to Grace Turner and Leanne Prescott.
 
Macy Ellis and Olivia Taylor each scored twice as Huddersfield Town defeated Sheffield FC 7-1 to stay on top of Group C. Cassidy Clift, Tara Duce and Emma Samways added the other goals for Town to remain ahead on goal difference from Nottingham Forest, who won 4-2 at Lincoln City with strikes from Georgia Gladwin, Isabel Sullivan, Charlotte Steggles and Annabel McKechnie. Leicester City were 6-3 victors away to Barnsley thanks to Tara Kirk (2), Grace Lowe, Annie Taylor, Gracie-Mai Williams and Beau Studholme.
 
One match was played in Group E, Sporting Khalsa getting themselves off the mark when Katie Nardone, Molly Thompson and Melody Lewis gave them a 3-0 victory over Bedworth Utd.
 
In Group F, Crystal Palace Development replaced Charlton Athletic U21 as leaders after winning their meeting 6-0. Aaliyeah Weise-Forbes led the scoring with a hat-trick and they were joined on the scoresheet by Mia Lockett, Beau Parker and Emily Treacy.
 
AFC Basildon remain on top of Group G after they defeated AFC Wimbledon 4-2, Amy Jacobs (2), Georgia Hyland and Eloise Ives. In the other game, Billericay Town ran out 4-1 winners over Chichester City thanks to a Rosie Richards brace, Ellie Nicholls and Hannah Smith.
 

 
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