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Forest keep up the pace
 Women's Football News 22 Oct 2007
 
Forest keep up the pace - 22 Oct 2007 - Women's Football NewsNottingham Forest continue to stretch the pace in the Northern Division as they came away from Aston Villa with a 6-2 victory.
 
Forest got off to a blistering start as Catherine Lawson scored twice in the opening six minutes but Villa were soon back on terms through goals from Kelly Clarke and Cherelle Archibald. However it was Forest who got the vital breakthrough five minutes before half time, Lawson completing her hat-trick from the penalty spot. Beth Bailey extended the lead on the hour and further goals from Natalie Clarke and Cath Stainthorpe sewed up a hard fought victory which keeps Forest four points ahead.
 
Lincoln City kept up the pressure in second place by beating Rotherham Utd 3-0. The damage was inflicted in the opening fifteen minutes as Kirsty Richardson and Kerry Smith sent the Lady Imps into a two goal lead and victory was secured late on in the second half through leading scorer Jodie Snelson.
 
Lincoln City kept up the pressure in second place by beating Rotherham Utd 3-0. After the first half ended goalless, Kirsty Richardson opened the scoring for the Lady Imps with Kerry Smith quickly doubling their lead before victory was secured late on through leading scorer Jodie Snelson.
 
Another team to leave it late were Sunderland as they defeated Stockport County 2-1 to move above them into fifth. Caroline Price's early goal seemed to be enough to earn County the points but goals in the last five minutes from Jess Clarke and Jessica Havelock turned the match in Sunderland's favour.
 
Sheffield Wednesday picked up an important win which takes them into a mid-table position. Rachel Skeemer scored the only goal of the game to give Wednesday a 1-0 victory over Crewe Alexandra, who remain at the foot of the table.
 
The points were shared at Manchester City where the home side battled out a goalless draw with Newcastle Utd which means that both teams stay just below the middle of the table.

 
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