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Nottingham Forest are through to the semi finals of the Reserve League Cup, after they won 6-1 away to Stoke City. Helena Constantinou led the scoring with a hat-trick, with Aimee Hickingbotham, Charlotte Steggles and Julia Tamasay adding the others while Stoke's consolation came from Nuala Miszkiel.
North Division One leaders Chorley did not play on Sunday and saw their lead trimmed to four points by Blackburn Rovers after they defeated Middlesbrough 3-2. Megan Dykes netted twice for Blackburn and Isabel Pacitto the other, with Eve Gatens and Megan Shaw replying. The win takes Rovers above Brighouse Town who were beaten 4-3 by Durham Women, for whom Rebecca Henderson bagged a hat-trick and Mia Lawrence-Kay the other, Brighouse responding with a Danielle Brown brace and Cara Mahoney. Huddersfield Town still sport the division's last remaining unbeaten record, which they preserved with a 5-0 victory away to Bradford City. Tara Duce and Sian Gibrill-Keating were each on target twice for Town, along with Lois Scholefield.
In North Division Two, leaders Leeds Utd U23 received a setback as they were beaten for the first time, 2-1 by Sheffield FC. Stephanie Smith and Shannon Coughlan scored the goals, with Stacey Buxton replying, as Sheffield recorded their first victory of the season.
Lincoln City are the new leaders of Midland Division Two, following their 4-2 win against Cardiff City Ladies. Ella Tuplin, Jodie Steadman, Toni McHamilton and Jessica Rousseau scored the goals for Lincoln, with Monet Legall and Daisy Watkins. Crewe Alexandra had started the day on top of the table but were beaten 5-3 by Wolverhampton Wanderers, for whom Jennifer Higgs (2), Phoebe Hobbs (2) and Nyah Edwards were on target.
The only match to be played in the South Division was the mid-table clash between Charlton Athletic U21 and Southampton FC. It was the Addicks who were to claim a 2-1 victory, courtesy of Olga Ocran and an own goal, to bring the teams level on points in the table.
Milton Keynes Dons kept themselves in the running in the South East Division, thanks to a 5-2 success away to Cambridge Utd. Amy McLean was on target twice for the Dons along with Amy Gooderham, Dominika Netschova and Aurora Ryan, whilst the U's replies came from Chloe Smith and Nicole Madell.
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