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West Ham Utd remain in second place in the Southern Division following their 1-1 draw against Truro City.
A win would have taken them back to the top in place of Charlton Athletic, whose match was postponed, but the Addicks remain as leaders on goal difference. Sam Pittuck was on target for the Hammers, with Leanne Lapham replying for Truro.
Keynsham Town moved into third place after they shared eight goals with Colchester Utd. However the Somerset side had to fight back from three goals behind after Laura Guyon, Helen Bass and Hannah Porter all netted inside the opening half hour. Frankie Stone pulled a goal back for Keynsham just before half time but Colchester restored the advantage through a fine individual goal from Kate Longhurst. Keynsham then rallied with Kayleigh Sage and Nunu reducing the arrears before Helen Bleazard earned them a point with the equaliser, four minutes from time.
Three of the five scheduled games in the division managed to beat the weather and each ended in a draw, Portsmouth and Barnet finishing level at 2-2. Holly Sandow gave Barnet a first half lead which was cancelled out by Lisa Langrish, Gemma Hillier then put Pompey ahead for the first time in the 81st minute but Barnet fought back to preserve their unbeaten start, Katie O'Leary levelling with five minutes remaining.
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