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Keynsham reach highest position
 Women's Football News 14 Sep 2007
Keynsham Town stormed into second place in the Southern Division - the highest league position in their history - with a 13-1 victory over struggling Reading Royals. 
In-form striker Sheila Rocha led the scoring for Keynsham with a four-goal haul, Jaime Halas weighed in with a hat-trick, Ana Bruni weighed in with a double and the tally was completed by Charlotte Plumb, Kayleigh Sage, Hari Sabic and Kate Pritchard.
West Ham Utd jumped into third place by winning 2-1 away to Colchester Utd. Natalie Grafton marked her 100th appearance for the club by netting both goals for the Hammers.
Crystal Palace and Millwall Lionesses battled out a 1-1 draw which keeps both teams just behind the leaders. Jen Poole gave Palace the lead with Christina Douglas equalising for the Lionesses.
WFC Fulham are starting to move up the table after they won 1-0 at Barnet. Sarah Lipscombe netted the only goal of the game.

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