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Liverpool win the Championship

Liverpool are the winners of the FA Women’s Championship, clinching the title in style with a 4-2 victory over second placed Bristol City in front of more than 5,000 at Ashton Gate.

Niamh Fahey gave Liverpool a first half lead which was quickly cancelled out by Aggie Beever-Jones, with Jaz Matthews restoring the Reds’ lead against her former club. Katie Stengel made it three after the break and although Abi Harrison gave City hope by pulling a goal back, Missy Bo Kearns settled things when she scored the fourth goal.

Defeat for Bristol City means that the three chasing teams have a chance again of the runners-up spot. Crystal Palace are back up to third, Molly-Mae Sharpe gave them an early lead against Blackburn Rovers and after Annabel Blanchard had equalised for the visitors, Coral-Jade Haines scored five minutes later to hand Palace a 2-1 win, their tenth of the season.

Sheffield Utd now follow on in fourth after beating Lewes 2-0 at the Dripping Pan. Both of the Blades’ goals came in the first half, Lucy Watson opening the scoring and Kasia Lipka added the second, five minutes before the interval.

London City Lionesses got back to winning ways with a 2-0 success against Charlton Athletic and they have a game in hand on the two teams immediately above them. Karin Muya scored the two goals for the Lionesses, both of which came in injury time at the end of either half.

Durham Women staged a second half fightback to earn themselves a 3-3 draw with Watford. Helen Ward gave Watford a first half lead, with Dee Bradley levelling matters on the stroke of half time. Adekite Fatuga-Dada put Watford back in front within a minute of the restart and Flo Fyfe quickly added a third but just as it looked as though Watford were on their way towards three valuable points, Beth Hepple scored twice in six minute spell to peg them back and grab a point for Durham.

The gap between the bottom two teams remains at six points as Coventry Utd also drew, their match with Sunderland finishing goalless but stretching Coventry’s unbeaten run in the league to five matches.