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WFC Fulham tightened their grip at the top of the Southern Division after coming from behind to beat Crystal Palace 2-1.
Palace had led in the first half through a goal from Kenne Ogunneye but Fulham hit back on the hour mark with an equaliser from Susannah Abbott and Ann Marie Heatherson scored the winning goal ten minutes from time, to send the Whites nine points clear.
The two teams immediately below Fulham - Barnet and Millwall Lionesses - came face to face and neither would have been satisfied with the resulting 1-1 draw. After a goalless first half, Nancy Osuji gave Millwall the lead two minutes after the restart and Stacey Sowden earned the Bees a share of the spoils by scoring the leveller, with five minutes remaining.
Portsmouth, who did not play, may now be the main rivals to Fulham and the two sides are set to meet next Sunday.
Keynsham Town halted their losing run and are back in fifth place following their 4-1 local derby win against AFC Team Bath, who remain in the bottom two. Andreea Alexandru volleyed them ahead just after the half hour and a neat finish from Charlotte Plumb doubled their lead by half time. Kayleigh Sage netted twice after the break to seal the points, before Toni Hemmings replied with a late consolation.
West Ham Utd bounced back from their F.A.Women's Cup defeat to Arsenal last week to notch up a crushing 10-3 victory over Reading Royals. Katy Ling and Lindsey Morgan each netted hat-tricks, Danielle Hoy weighed in with a double and there was a goal apiece from Tracey Duxbury and Julia Setford. Jo Perks replied twice, and Chloe Rostron the other, for the Royals.
Photo - AFC Team Bath's Chantelle Miller is closed down by Mimi Pavlovic of Keynsham Town.
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