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One match was played in North Division One on Sunday, Huddersfield Town and Durham Women sharing a 3-3 draw. Tara Duce scored twice and Macy Ellis the other for Huddersfield, who move up to second as a result, whilst Durham replied through Rebecca Henderson, Ellie Smith and an own goal.
In the South Division, Charli-Mae Goad and Beau Parker scored the goals as leaders Crystal Palace won 2-1 away to AFC Wimbledon, whose reply came from Amy Lake. Southampton FC meanwhile edged out Gillingham by the odd goal in seven, courtesy of a Laura da Silva hat-trick and Sophie Lee.
Watford U23 are the new leaders of the South East Division following their 11-1 victory away to Norwich City. Chiara Meola was on target five times and Anaisa Harney hit a hat-trick, with Rubie Smith (2) and Eshe Davis adding the others. London City Lionesses meanwhile scored nine times without reply past Cambridge Utd and are in third. Grace Neville hit a hat-trick whilst Alisha Brayer and Shawna Harvey each netted twice, with Annie Rossiter also on the scoresheet. Freya Fuller and Paris Smith each bagged hat-tricks, with Hannah Smith adding the other, as Billericay Town defeated AFC Basildon 7-2.
Blackburn Rovers have gone to the top of Group B in the League Cup but they will have to wait and see if they will be the winners of the group. They finished their games with a 6-0 victory over Crewe Alexandra, Isabel Pacitto hitting a hat-trick with one apiece from Kira Boswell, Nicky Groves and Megan Shandley.
Stoke City kept their hopes alive in Group D after Jodie Foxhall and Jordann Sloan gave them a 2-1 victory over Loughborough Foxes, who had taken a first half lead through Nicola Russell.
Likewise in Group E, West Bromwich Albion must wait to discover whether they will end up on top after finishing by scoring eight times without reply past Cardiff City Ladies. Alima Abdallah and Millie Webb each netted a brace and they were joined on the scoresheet by Jessica Hood, Ellie McGovern, Millie Rogers and Charlie Whitehouse.
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