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Southern Division leaders Barnet saw their match against West Ham Utd postponed on Sunday and their lead trimmed to three points.
Reading FC Women have edged a point closer after they drew 1-1 away to Colchester Utd. Laken Duchar-Clark put the U's in front on the hour mark, before Danielle Puddefoot earned Reading a point by equalising twenty minutes from time.
Cardiff City continue to catch up ground and they climbed into fifth place, thanks to an impressive 4-1 success away to Portsmouth. Sophie Ingle gave the South Wales side a first half lead and, although Zoe Nash levelled the scores early in the second half, further strikes from Nicola Cousins, Lisa Bird and Natasha Harding put an end to Pompey's nine-match unbeaten run.
Queen's Park Rangers also recorded a 4-1 win away from home, against Crystal Palace who still seek their first points after eleven matches. Palace did lead at the interval through a fifteenth minute strike from Sherelle Walters but after the break, Beth Curtis netted twice along with Cherelle Albert and Sharon Ayodeji-Odofin to give Rangers the points.
Keynsham Town returned to league action with a 3-0 victory over WFC Fulham, who remain trapped in the bottom two. Kayleigh Sage had a great day for Keynsham, netting a hat-trick to take her league tally to nine for the season.
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