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Murron Alldread, Zoe Doherty and Josephine Hewson scored the goals as North Division One leaders Brighouse Town won 3-2 against Blackburn Rovers, whose replies came from Ria Montgomery and Louise McDaniel. Chorley meanwhile defeated Bradford City 9-1 to go into second place, Abbie Mackay netting four times and Kadie Morrison contributing a hat-trick, with Kaitilin Woodhead and Debbie Price completing the scoring.
One match was played in North Division Two, Hull City winning 2-0 away to Sheffield FC to move themselves to second place in the table. Harley Skinner and Holly Johnson-Collier were on target for Hull, who are one point behind leaders Leeds Utd U23.
Crawkey Wasps are the new leaders of the South Division following a twelve-goal blast against AFC Wimbledon. Emma Plewa bagged a four-goal haul alongside braces from Kemina Webber and Maria Ledezma-Viso, with the tally being completed by Megan Stow, Ellie Russell, Tia Perry and Natasha Stephens.
In the South East Division, London City Lionesses moved to within a single point of leaders Watford U23 after winning their meeting 8-0. Evie Clarke led the scoring with a hat-trick, Shawna Harvey added a double and there was one apiece from Flo Fyfe, Sara Guzowska and Kelsey Smith. Cambridge Utd won for the first time, 3-1 against Norwich City thanks to Jemma Moore, Chloe Smith and Faye Prout.
Blackburn Rovers are the winners of Group B in the Reserve League Cup despite not kicking a ball in the competition on Sunday. Liverpool Feds needed to avoid defeat in order to finish above them but despite a goal from Kate Breen, Holly Stokes and Daniella Walsh both scored to give Stockport County a 2-1 victory. Nottingham Forest take the runners-up spot in Group C following their 4-2 win over Barnsley, courtesy of a goal apiece from Devonn Cousins, Claire Goater, Annabel McKechnie and Georgia Gladwin. The New Saints and Loughborough Foxes met each other with neither having registered a point in Group D and it was Loughborough who ran out 10-2 winners, Simran Singh bagging a hat-trick alongside doubles from Joanne Butler-Williams, Rebecca Knight and Nicola Russell, with Sarah Brown completing the tally. Milton Keynes Dons claimed the result they needed in style, scoring ten times without reply past Bedworth Utd to take top spot in Group E. Mollie Coupar led the scoring with a six-goal haul, whilst Shauna Munnelly and Amy McLean each netted twice. Likewise in Group G, Lewes made sure of winning the group as Millie Carter, Skye Bacon and Kitty Chalkley gave them a 3-1 victory away to Chichester City.
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