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Katie pegs back City

The two ‘catch up’ matches to bring all teams level on the number of games played have taken place over the past week, with significant results in the battles for the runners-up spot and for survival.

On Thursday, London City Lionesses took on Lewes knowing that a victory would take them level on points with second placed Bristol City. The Lionesses got off to a great start when a cross by Karin Muya was put in her own net by the unfortunate Rebecca McKenna. This was to be the only goal of the game but it took a penalty save from Shae Yanez, to deny Freda Ayisi, to secure the 1-0 victory to keep her side’s hopes alive of a top two finish.

Bristol City had the chance to strengthen their position on Easter Sunday when they played host to Coventry Utd, who were continuing their fight to stay in the division. City took the lead just after the half hour when Abi Harrison scored her sixteenth league goal of the season but Coventry were to fight back late win, Katie Wilkinson keeping up her recent good form with an equaliser seven minutes from time, to take her side’s unbeaten run in the league to six matches and narrow the gap between themselves and Watford to five points.