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Blackburn Rovers moved to within a point of the National Division leadership as a late goal earned them a 1-1 draw away to Chelsea.
A victory would have taken Rovers top of the table for the first time but they found themselves a goal behind after fifteen minutes when Dunia Susi scored from close range. Chelsea looked to be on their way to collecting the three points but were unable to add a second goal and Katie Anderton struck in the dying minutes to earn Blackburn a share of the spoils.
Leeds Utd's improving form continued as they ran out 3-0 winners away to Liverpool, a result which lifts them into fifth place. Amanda Barr gave them the lead from the penalty spot midway through the first half and Sue Smith fired home the second before the break. Mel Sutcliffe completed the win with the third, shortly after the restart.
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