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Lionesses head chasing pack

Liverpool have edged a further point clear in the FA Women’s Championship, taking their advantage into double figures with a 3-0 victory against Sunderland.

All of the Reds’ goals came in the second half, Katie Stengel giving them the lead from the penalty spot four minutes after the restart. With four minutes remaining, Yana Daniels scored a decisive second and another penalty in injury time, this time converted by Missy Bo Kearns, rounded off the scoring.

Second placed changed hands once again, with London City Lionesses returning there on the back of a 5-1 win away to Crystal Palace. Three goals in a six minute spell during the first half from Charlotte Fleming, Amy Rodgers and Millie Rouse put the Lionesses in control and Rouse netted her second after the break. Despite Millie Farrow pulling one back for Palace right away, the Lionesses were not finished and Rodgers scored their fifth and final goal on the hour.

The result takes the Lionesses back above Charlton Athletic who were held to a 1-1 draw by Coventry Utd. The Addicks went ahead early in the second half through Lois Heuchan and they remained in front until two minutes from time, when Katie Wilkinson salvaged a point for Coventry.

Bristol City meanwhile leapfrogged Durham Women and are now fourth after winning their meeting 3-0. Abi Harrison continued her rich vein of form in front of goal by giving them a tenth minute lead and the Scottish international added a second on the stroke of half time. Aggie Beever-Jones completed a great day for Lauren Smith’s side as she netted the third goal in injury time.

Lewes meanwhile enhanced their hopes of a top half place, thanks to a 2-0 victory away to Watford. Georgia Timms opened the scoring for the Rookettes midway through the first half, before Amelia Hazard put the seal on their third win in five games with twenty minutes remaining.

Sheffield Utd continued their return to form by beating Blackburn Rovers 4-0 to stretch their unbeaten run to five games. An own goal by Jade Richards put the Blades ahead with six minutes on the clock and Georgia Rober made it two in first half injury time. Rhema Lord-Mears put the game firmly in United’s hands midway through the second half and Lucy Watson wrapped up the win late on.     

Durham Women defend a corner against Bristol City, ending in a huge scramble   (Will Cheshire). Sheffield Utd captain Sophie Bradley-Auckland  heads clear from her Blackburn Rovers counterpart Saffron Jordan   (Julian Barker).