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A last minute winner gave WFC Fulham a 2-1 derby victory over Crystal Palace and takes them six points clear at the top of the Southern Division.
Jenny Banfield put the Whites in front shortly before half time, with Beth Curtis levelling for Palace early in the second half. The game looked to be heading for a draw but Ann Marie Heatherson scored a precious late goal for Fulham to extend their advantage over nearest rivals Barnet and Portsmouth.
West Ham Utd blasted twelve goals without reply for Reading Royals and they are heading towards the top half of the table. Katy Ling and Tracey Duxbury led the scoring for the Hammers with hat-tricks, Sam Pittuck weighed in with a double, and the tally was completed by Clare Rogers, Natalie Grafton, Danielle Hoy and an own goal.
AFC Team Bath claimed a vital 2-1 win against Keynsham Town which takes them to within two points of safety. Toni Hemmings fired them in front on the half hour and Holly Miles doubled their advantage from a free kick, midway through the second half. However after losing full back Jo How with an ankle injury and Miles was sent off for a second bookable offence, a late Keynsham rally saw Kayleigh Sage reduce the deficit from close range in injury time but Team Bath held on for their third win of the season.
Photo - Keynsham Town's Lorna Gover is closed down by AFC Team Bath striker Chantelle Miller.
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