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Liverpool power past Palace

Liverpool continue to power away as leaders of the FA Women’s Championship and stay seven points after winning 4-0 at Crystal Palace.

The home side had started the day in third place after four straight wins but two Yana Daniels goals, either side of a strike from Katie Stengel, put Liverpool three ahead at the break and Rachel Furness added a fourth midway through the second half.

London City Lionesses keep hold of second place following their 1-0 win away to Coventry Utd. The home side’s resistance was broken nine minutes from time, Kenni Thompson scoring the only goal of the game to give the Lionesses a fourth victory in five matches.

Charlton Athletic complete the top three, thanks to a 2-0 victory at Bristol City. Lois Heuchan opened the scoring with a superbly struck half volley midway through the first half and Elise Hughes wrapped up the win with the second goal, seventeen minutes from time.

Durham Women slip back a place to fourth after battling out a 1-1 draw with Sheffield Utd, who continued their improvement in form. Beth Hepple gave the Wildcats a 25th minute lead from the penalty spot, which they held until five minutes remaining, when Rebecca Rayner netted the equaliser for the Blades.  

Lewes are only four points behind the top three following their 2-0 victory over Sunderland at the Dripping Pan. The Rookettes got off to a great start with Isobel Dalton putting them in front after five minutes, and Ellie Mason added the second goal shortly before half time.

A crucial match at the foot of the table saw Watford play host to Blackburn Rovers. Both teams had opportunities but neither could make a breakthrough, producing a goalless draw which means that Blackburn were able to preserve their four point advantage over Watford, although they have played a game more.      

Bristol City’s Aggie Beever-Jones gets in a cross past Lois Roche of Charlton Athletic   (Will Cheshire).