#FAWNL: Crawley Wasps take back Southern top spot

Nottingham Forest's three-goal Precious Hamilton
Nottingham Forest’s Precious Hamilton hit a hat-trick against Hull City. (Photo: NFFCWomen)

Crawley retook the FA Women’s National League Southern Premier leadership from Watford, while over 450 saw Nottingham Forest go fourth in the North.

FA WNL results – Sunday 27 October 

NORTHERN PREMIER

Derby County P-P Sunderland 
Fylde P-P Loughborough Foxes
Middlesbrough P-P Huddersfield Town
Nottingham Forest 5-2 Hull City (Att: 457)
Stoke City P-P Burnley

SOUTHERN PREMIER

Cardiff City LFC 6-1 Hounslow (Att: 78)
Keynsham Town 2-1 Chichester City (Att: 50)
Milton Keynes Dons 0-2 Crawley Wasps (Att: )
Oxford United P-P Gillingham
Portsmouth P-P Yeovil Town

DIVISION 1 NORTH

Bolton Wanderers P-P Bradford City

DIVISION 1 SOUTH EAST

Stevenage 5-2 Kent Football United (Att: 35)

DIVISION 1 SOUTH WEST

Brislington 1-1 Buckland Athletic (Att: 45)

LEAGUE PLATE 1ST ROUND

Cambridge United 0-1 Maidenhead United
West Bromwich Albion 6-1 Burton Albion

Nottingham Forest went level on points with third-placed Stoke City in the FA WNL Northern Premier with a 5-2 defeat of basement side Hull City, Precious Hamilton netting a first-half hat-trick.

Crawley Wasps won back the Southern Premier top spot with a 2-0 success at Stadium MK, leaving it late though as Hope Nash scored on 89 minutes and Rachel Palmer buried a stoppage-time free-kick.

Cardiff City Ladies went fourth when sending Hounslow bottom with a 6-1 scoreline.

Keynsham got off the mark with an Ellie Curson brace in a 2-0 victory over Chichester, who now drop into the relegation places.

Stevenage sent Kent Football United to a sixth defeat in a row as they themselves climbed two to seventh with the 5-2 result, all their goals coming from outside of the box.

Brislington bagged their first point in Division 1 South West at the sixth attempt, drawing 1-1 with Buckland.

League Plate holders West Brom elminated Burton 6-1 with four from Jade Arber, while Maidenhead went through with a Simone O’Brien free-kick at Cambridge United.