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 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 7 Dec 2019
The final match in Group D of the Reserve Section League Cup was played and did not produce any goals as Derby County and Stoke City battled out a goalless draw. The result means that Derby are definitely through to the knockout stages and Stoke must avoid defeat in their final group game against Wolverhampton Wanderers in order to join them.
The rest of the Cup action took place in the First Round of the Reserve Plate and the game of the day was surely at Lincoln City where the home side shared a 6-6 draw with Loughborough Foxes. Toni McHamilton hit a hat-trick for Lincoln along with Jessica Rosseay, Jodie Steadman and Sophie Crosby, whilst Loughborough replied through a Nicola Russell hat-trick, Emily Gunn, Anna Renken and Sarah Brown before going on to advance with a 5-4 win in the resulting penalty shootout. Barnsley went through with a 4-2 victory over Middlesbrough, Madison Foye netting a brace along with Ellie Brightmore and Emily Pierrepont, whilst 'Boro's replies came from Lauren Farrow and Eve Gatens. Leeds Utd U23 also recorded a fine win, beating Chorley 5-2 with goals from Emily Sykes (2), Katie Astle, Megan Smith and Stacey Buxton. Hull City came away from Burnley FC Women with a 2-1 victory under their belts, Jennifer Randall and Holly Johnson-Collier netting their goals with Leanne Prescott replying. Leicester City defeated Bedworth Utd 4-1 thanks to an Olivia Atkinson double, Jessica Camwell and Gabriella Foulkes, whilst goals from Lauren Walker (2), Paige Kavanagh, Angelique Morley and Chloe Handy led Sporting Khalsa to a 5-0 win against Crewe Alexandra. Cardiff City Ladies meanwhile defeated The New Saints 1-0, Daisy Watkins scoring the only goal of the game. Chichester City edged past Billericay Town on a penalty shootout after the teams had shared a 2-2 draw. Freya Fuller and Sophie Nyiro were on target for Billericay, with Agnes Laczkovszki replying for Chichester who went on to triumph 5-4 from the spot. Georgina Lowe, Harriet Eastham and an own goal ensured that Southampton FC won 3-2 away to AFC Wimbledon whilst Crawley Wasps scored seven times without reply past Cambridge Utd, Lauren Callaghan hitting a hat-trick along with Rosanne Fine, Kemina Webber, Tia Perry and Danielle Boyd.
Blackburn Rovers have moved into the top three in North Division One with a 3-2 victory over Durham Women, whose goals came from Amy Richardson and Ellie Smith.
The Midland Division One table continues to have a somewhat bizarre look about it after Coventry Utd and Nottingham Forest fought out a 1-1 draw. Rhea Bailey was on target for Coventry, who would have gone top with a win but sit in second instead, whilst Annabel McKechnie replied for Forest. This means that the entire table is now covered by just two points and, although they are unbeaten after their opening two games, Forest are actually in bottom place.
Crystal Palace are the new leaders of the South Division following their 9-1 victory over Gillingham. Elisabeth Heyndrickx, Ronnell Homes and Mia Lockett all scored twice and they were joined on the scoresheet by Chloe Burr, Kelsey Mugford and Lucy Robinson. Lewes meanwhile ran out 5-0 winners away to Charlton Athletic U21, Chloe Winchester bagging a hat-trick and Meghann Wingsutton added the other two goals.
In the South East Division, leaders Watford U23 and got back to winning ways when they beat AFC Basildon 3-2. Anaisa Harney, Rubie Smith and Charli O'Connor were all on the scoresheet for Watford, with Eloise Ives and Francesca Anunwa replying. London City Lionesses made sure of staying a single point behind in second place with an 8-2 victory over Norwich City, Kallie Balfour leading the scoring with a four-goal haul whilst Chenille Smith (2), Eden Bailey and Kelsey Smith accounted for the others.

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