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WFC Fulham opened up a five point lead at the top of the Southern Division, thanks to a 3-0 victory over AFC Team Bath.
Susannah Abbott gave the Whites the lead after twelve minutes but it wasn't until the later stages that they made the game safe, with goals from Jenny Banfield and Jessica Trimnell.
Millwall Lionesses picked up three important points but needed to come from behind to beat West Ham Utd 2-1. After a goalless first half, Katy Ling put the Hammers in front early in the second half with Christina Douglas equalising and Harley Bennett settling matters in Millwall's favour from a free kick.
Keynsham Town follow on after scoring eight without reply against Reading Royals, six of the goals coming in the second half. Hari Sabic led the scoring with a hat-trick and the tally was completed by Emily Angwin, Tanja Andjelkovic, Ana Bruni, Charlotte Plumb and an own goal.
Brighton & Hove Albion claimed their second victory in successive weeks to help their quest to pull away from the bottom two places, 4-2 away to Colchester Utd. Tammy Waine gave them an early lead which was doubled by Shannon Moloney and Waine netted a third just after the half hour. Colchester hit back with two Helen Bass goals before half time but a late own goal by Danielle Griffiths ensured that Brighton captured the points.
Photo - Harley Bennett scores the winner for Millwall Lionesses against West Ham Utd
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