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 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 9 Nov 2019
The group stages of the League Cup are coming towards a conclusion and Brighouse Town are the winners of Group A, after they won 4-3 away to Hull City. Josephine Hewson hit a hat-trick for Brighouse, with an own goal completing their tally, whilst Hull replied through a Jennifer Randall brace and Emily Smith. Gabrielle McConnell netted both goals as Durham Women won 2-1 at Middlesbrough to claim second place and Leeds Utd ran out 6-1 winners over Bradford City, courtesy of a goal apiece from Megan Smith, Molly Lunn, Lucia Hilton, Emma Lee, Caitlin Gough and Charlotte Lammiman.
Liverpool Feds require a point in their final match this week to be sure of claiming top spot in Group B, moving themselves closer with a 2-1 win over Blackburn Rovers. Kenzie Guido and Paige Williams scored the goals for the Feds, with Carra Jones responding for Rovers who need to win their last game to stand any chance of overtaking them. Chorley moved into second place on the back of a 4-1 victory against Stockport County, Jodie Pilling was on target twice along with Kadie Morrison and Emily Stocks. Burnley FC Women finished on a winning note, Hannah Scott bagging a hat-trick as they defeated Crewe Alexandra 3-1.
Huddersfield Town are all but certain of taking top spot in Group C after they defeated Leicester City 2-0 thanks to Emily Brett and an own goal. Only Nottingham Forest can catch them now; they won 5-0 away to Sheffield FC with a goal apiece from Annabel McKechnie, Charlotte Steggles, Aimee Hickingbotham, Claire Goater and Erica Thacker. Lincoln City meanwhile edged out Barnsley by the odd goal in seven, Erin Ballaby netting twice along with Toni McHamilton and Taylor Dean.
The top of the table clash in Group E ended with honours even as Milton Keynes Dons and Coventry Utd battled out a 2-2 draw. Amy Gooderham netted both goals for the Dons who will finish as group winners if they win their final game. West Bromwich Albion kept their hopes alive by scoring ten times without reply past Bedworth Utd, leaving them one point behind the top two. Emma Congrave was on target twice along with Alima Abdallah, Lauren McLoughlin, Millie Rogers, Millie Webb, Shannon Stamps, Anna Wilcox and Charlie Whitehouse. Jessica Bate scored a hat-trick and Molly Thompson added the other as Sporting Khalsa defeated Cardiff City Ladies 4-1.
Crystal Palace have taken top spot in Group F following their eleven goal blast against Cambridge Utd. Ellie Johnson bagged a hat-trick whilst Mia Lockett, Lily Price and Tia Searle each hit doubles, with Beau Parker and Lucy Robinson completing the tally.
In Group G, Paris Smith netted both goals for Billericay Town in their 2-1 victory over AFC Wimbledon, whose reply came from Abbie Morris.
The final match was played in Group H and it saw Watford U23 finish on top of the table by a margin of six points after they won 5-1 away to London City Lionesses. Chiara Meola was on target twice along with Anaisa Harney, Alketa Rragami and Danielle Maloney.

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