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 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 18 Dec 2020
 
Northern Division leaders Middlesbrough had lost their previous match before the break but resumed with a 6-0 victory over Stockport County. Armani Maxwell and Hannah Robson each scored twice for 'Boro, with Taylor Hebb and Abby Robson adding the others. Durham Women also notched up a six-goal win against Bradford City and move into second place as a result. Shona Hastings was on target twice for the Wildcats along with Kenzy Collingbourne, Mia Lawrence-Kay, Anna Vince and an own goal. Leeds Utd and Brighouse Town battled out a goalless draw whilst Sheffield FC were 3-2 victors away to Barnsley, thanks to a goal apiece from Molly Waite, Georgia Willson and Gabriella Foulkes.
 
It was a similar story in the Midland Division where leaders Sheffield Utd were also coming off the back of a defeat in their previous match and they maintained their lead of three points by winning 5-2 away to Nottingham Forest. Millie Herbert-Clarke (2), Molly Graham, Erin Green and Louise Biggins all scored for the Blades, with Laura Dexter hitting a brace in reply. Lucy Copeland bagged a hat-trick and Lucy Wood added the other two as Leicester City won 5-0 against Crewe Alexandra to remain in second on goal difference from Stoke City who beat Loughborough Foxes 4-3 with goals from Seanna McCann-Lloyd (2), Jodie Foxhall and Hannah Johnson. Elizabeth Thomas was on target twice for Lincoln City in their 4-0 victory over Solihull Moors, Ella Tuplin and Erin Bellaby contributing the other two goals.
 
In the South Division, Charlton Athletic saw their lead trimmed to two points after being held to a 1-1 draw by Lewes, who netted through Rebecca Simmons. Keynsham Town climbed up into second place on the back of a 2-1 win against Crawley Wasps. Zoe Ridley scored both goals for Keynsham, with Priscilla Martins replying. Erin Hartigan (2), Stephaney Bent and Brogan Moore were the markswomen for Oxford Utd as they made it three wins out of four, 4-2 against Crystal Palace for whom Alexandra Hayman netted twice.
 
South East Division leaders London Bees were held to a 2-2 draw by Milton Keynes Dons and head the table by a single point from two teams; Watford who scored six times without reply against Norwich City and Leyton Orient who defeated Cambridge Utd 2-0 thanks to Lucie Wynn and Chenay Hussey. London City Lionesses edged out Billericay Town by the odd goal in seven, Sharne Harris netting twice along with K'shaela Burch-Waldron and Phoebe Murton whilst Billericay's replies came from Amelie Johnson, Ellie Nicholls and Bo Payne, whilst West Ham Utd ran out 6-2 winners against Hashtag Utd.
 

 
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