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Liverpool soar nine points clear

Runaway leaders Liverpool are showing no signs of slowing down and now have a lead of nine points following their 3-0 victory over Coventry Utd on Sunday.

All of the Reds’ goals came in the first half, Taylor Hinds giving them a thirteenth minute lead before leading scorer Leanne Kiernan netted twice to crown another win for Matt Beard’s side.

Just three points covers the next five teams, now headed by Charlton Athletic after they also won 3-0 against Watford. Lois Roche opened the scoring for the Addicks in the eighth minute, with Elish Sulola bagging a brace to seal a third straight win for Charlton and second place in the table.

London City Lionesses had started the day in second but they slipped back after going down 2-1 to Durham Women, who move above them and into third on goal scored. Things were looking good for the Lionesses when Mollie Rouse gave them the lead but the game turned in four minutes after the break. First, a Beth Hepple corner was diverted into her own net by Jessica Shae Yanez Couey and Hepple herself scored the winner from a free kick.

Bristol City produced one of their best performances of the season so far to win 4-0 against Crystal Palace and get themselves back in the running for second place. Lauren Smith’s side got off to a flying start with Chloe Bull putting them in front in the opening minute and Abi Harrison doubled their lead on the quarter hour. Aimee Palmer made it three early in the second half and Harrison rounded off the scoring eight minute from time with her second, and ninth league goal of the season.

Sunderland meanwhile put an end to a run of three straight defeats as they shared a 2-2 draw with Sheffield Utd. The Wearsiders took a tenth minute lead through Abbey Joice, with Courtney Sweetman-Kirk equalising for the Blades midway through the first half. Holly Manders put Sunderland in front after the break but once again, United hit back and Sweetman-Kirk netted her second with fifteen minutes remaining to earn her side their fifth draw of the season.

The other game in the Championship unfortunately fell victim to the weather, Blackburn Rovers’ home match against Lewes being postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.