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Barnet got back to winning ways in the Southern Division with a 6-3 victory over Keynsham Town which opens up a lead of five points.
Holly Sandow and Gemma Rudman put Barnet two ahead inside the opening four minutes and, although Ana Bruni reduced the arrears shortly afterwards, Sandow netted a second goal before half time. Tanja Andjelkovic pulled another goal back for Keynsham but three goals in a five minute spell from Cheryl Williams, Claire Thomas and Stacey Sowden wrapped up the points for Barnet, before Kayleigh Sage scored a late consolation.
Reading FC Women moved back into second place, thanks to a 2-1 win against Cardiff City. Lisa Bird did give Cardiff a third minute lead, but goals before the break from Danielle Puddefoot and Emma Pearmine gave Reading the points and ended Cardiff's seven-match unbeaten run.
Two of the title challengers came face to face and neither Portsmouth or West Ham Utd would have been too happy with the resulting goalless draw which saw both sides lose some ground.
Queen's Park Rangers struck nine goals in a game for the second time this season, running up a 9-1 victory over WFC Fulham. Beth Curtis led the scoring with a hat-trick, Cherelle Albert weighed in with a double and the others came from Tammy Scrivens, Seun Odeniyi, Sophie Fogarty and an own goal. Kelly Spencer replied with a consolation for Fulham.
Charlton Athletic claimed their second victory in a row, beating Colchester Utd 2-1. Rosi Webb gave the Addicks the lead midway through the first half which was doubled ten minutes after the break by Jenny Newman. Hannah Porter pulled a goal back for Colchester but Charlton held on to take themselves closer towards mid-table.
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