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National Division leaders Bristol Academy are four points ahead once again after they ran out 3-0 winners away to Doncaster Rovers Belles.
Welsh internationals Gwennan Harries and Emma Jones gave them a two goal lead inside the opening twenty minutes and leading scorer Kerry Bartlett rounded off the scoring from the penalty spot, midway through the second half.
Second placed Watford lost ground as they were beaten 4-2 by Leeds Utd, who bounced back after two successive defeats. Amanda Barr ensured that Leeds led at half time and three goals in six minutes from Sophie Bradley, Sue Smith and Barr seemed to put the Yorkshire side in control. However, they needed to withstand a late Watford fightback in which Dominique Sinclair-Chambers and Cori Daniels both netted.
Everton maintained their winning run and are up into fourth place following their fine 2-1 success away to Chelsea. After a goalless first half, in-form midfielder Fara Williams opened the scoring for Everton just after the hour and, although Dunia Susi equalised for Chelsea, Jody Handley netted the winning goal for the Toffees.
Liverpool claimed their second win in four days, 2-0 against Charlton Athletic for whom the margins of defeats are slowly decreasing. The Addicks held out until the hour mark when Gill Hart gave the Reds the lead, with Faye McCoy wrapping up the win by scoring her third goal in two matches.
Photo - Everton's Michelle Evans (left) takes on Chelsea full back Sophie Perry (www.jamesprickett.co.uk)
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