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WFC Fulham require ten points from their final five matches to sew up the Southern Division title after their 3-1 victory over Newquay took them eleven points clear.
However the Whites needed to come from behind as Helen Wood gave the Cornish side the lead midway through the first half. Jenny Banfield levelled the scores on the hour mark before Ann Marie Heatherson bagged a late double.
Portsmouth's title challenge was dealt a severe blow as they went down to a 2-1 defeat at Crystal Palace. Kenne Ogunneye's fifth minute opener for Palace was quickly cancelled out by Jen Osmond but Laura East restored Palace's lead with what proved to be a decisive goal, ten minutes before half time.
Millwall Lionesses closed in on second placed Barnet by easing to a 6-0 win over Reading Royals. Angela Kiobel opened the scoring for the Lionesses with Pru Buckley netting either side of half time. Charlie Dolby further increased the lead before Mamus Emosivwe and Victoria Boardman wrapped up the win.
Brighton & Hove Albion picked up a precious victory in the battle to avoid relegation, a 2-1 success at Keynsham Town. The home side went into a fourth minute lead through Ana Bruni but the Seagulls hit back with second half goals from Lisa Dawkins and Katie Baker, who grabbed the winner five minutes from time.
AFC Team Bath stay in the bottom two as they were pegged back by a late rally against Colchester Utd. The match remained goalless until the 77th minute before Kirsty Richardson and Toni Hemmings looked to have given Team Bath a vital win, however goals in the last five minutes from Emma Dunmore and Hannah Porter earned the U's a 2-2 draw.
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