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Sheffield Utd continue to head the way at the top of the FA Women's Championship after winning 4-0 against London Bees.
Melissa Johnson gave United the lead just before half time and the prolific striker netted her second shortly after the restart. The six minute spell either side of the interval proved to be pivotal and with the Bees forced to chase the game, Katie Wilkinson netted a second half double to crown the win for her side.
Liverpool move into second place following their 4-0 victory over previously unbeaten Charlton Athletic. Rachel Furness put the Reds in front with twelve minutes on the clock and Jade Bailey netted a second ahead of half time. Furness made the game safe six minutes from time with a fine individual goal, before Kirsty Linnett volleyed in the fourth in injury time.
Durham Women complete a trio of teams on seven points after they won 1-0 against London City Lionesses. Both teams went close to scoring in a well contested affair which was settled a minute before half time when in-form midfielder Beth Hepple planted a left foot shot into the corner of the net from the edge of the area.
The last remaining 100% record in the division disappeared when Coventry Utd went down to a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Lewes, who registered their first points of the season. Rookettes captain Rhian Cleverly scored the only goal of the game in the sixth minute after the Coventry defence were unable to clear a corner.
Blackburn Rovers were another team to notch up their first victory, 3-2 away to Crystal Palace. Cherelle Khassal's early strike for Palace was cancelled out by Jade Richards as the sides went in level at the break. Bianca Baptiste restored the lead for Palace five minutes after the restart but Rovers hit back again to level again from the penalty spot through Ellie Stewart and deep into injury time, Natasha Fenton grabbed the winner for Blackburn.

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