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National Division leaders Sunderland, playing their first league match for three months, went down to a narrow 2-1 defeat away to Doncaster Rovers Belles.
The first half ended goalless and it wasn't until the last fifteen minutes that the goals finally came. Two well taken goals from Rachel Williams proved to be enough to give victory for the Belles, despite Sunderland captain Steph Bannon pulling one back in injury time. A disappointing day for the Wearsiders was completed as Bannon was shown a red card following a scuffle after her goal.
Chelsea kept up their good run of form by running out 4-1 winners over Blackburn Rovers, a result which takes them into third place. Claire Rafferty celebrated her England call up by giving the Blues a first half lead which was cancelled out just before the interval by an own goal from Sophie Perry. However after the break, Rebecca Jane put Chelsea back in front and they went on to seal the victory with two goals from in-form Dunia Susi.
Millwall Lionesses are looking set for a mid-table finish as they won 4-2 against Watford, whose worrying run continues. Emma Whitter put Millwall in front after eight minutes and Victoria Boardman added a second just ahead of half time, but Watford hit back to quickly level the scores after the break through Kate Longhurst and Charlotte Nicholson. The game looked to be heading for a draw until Millwall struck twice in the dying minutes with goals from Dionne Lennon and Meghan McKeag.
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