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OOH Lincoln moved to within a point of Northern Division leaders Sunderland with a 2-1 victory away to Manchester City.
After Sarah Penney had given City a first half lead, the Lady Imps hit back after the break to take the points through a second half double from Jodie Michalska.
Natasha Caswell bagged a hat-trick as Reading FC Women closed in on the top half by scoring five without reply at Rotherham Utd. Jen Osmond and Kelly Chambers completed the victory with the other two goals.
Curzon Ashton picked up a valuable point as they shared a 2-2 draw with Preston North End. However it could have been even better for Curzon as they came from behind to lead 2-1 at one stage before being pegged back by a late equaliser. Gemma Watson gave Preston the lead five minutes before half time, then Nicky McLeod and Kelly Dean turned the match around in Curzon's favour. Alison Taberner salvaged a draw for Preston by levelling the scores with two minutes remaining.
In the solitary Southern Division match to survive the weather, Keynsham Town lifted themselves back into the top half with a 2-1 win away to Truro City. The first half ended goalless before Katie Barker put Truro ahead but Keynsham - who were playing their first league match since 12 October - battled back to take the spoils with goals from Luciana Silva and Helen Bleazard.
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