FAWNL: Over 400 watch AFC Wimbledon Ladies go third

Zoe Rushen celebrates scoring Billericay's opening goal.
Zoe Rushen celebrates scoring Billericay Town’s opening goal. (Photo: @BTFCWomen)

AFC Wimbledon are third in the FA Women’s National League Division 1 South East after defeating QPR at Plough Lane.

Southern Premier

Hounslow P-P Oxford United
Portsmouth 2-3 Crawley Wasps (Att: 141)

Crawley pulled level with sixth-placed Bridgwater United, when coming from behind to clinch a 3-2 victory at Portsmouth. Cherelle Khassal headed home via the underside of the bar, Alisha Mainwaring and Iesha Swaby then turned the match in the Wasps’ favour, Emma Jones brought Pompey back on level terms but Flo Jackson came off the bench to swiftly restore the visitors’ advantage.

Division 1 South East

AFC Wimbledon 2-0 Queens Park Rangers (Att: 425)
Billericay Town 4-1 Kent Football United (Att: 110)
Cambridge United P-P Cambridge City
London Seaward 0-4 Hashtag United (Att: 52)
Stevenage 1-2 Harlow Town (Att: 120)

Hashtag United stayed four points clear at the top with as many goals at London Seaward, Malika Apindia, Katharine Nutman, Sasha Adamson and substitute Kelly Wealthall with one apiece.

Second-placed Billericay also netted four in defeating Kent Football United, Zoe Rushen netting in either half, Sam Pittuck and Georgie Morton also on target before a consolation goal.

AFC Wimbledon went above Actonians with two goals in the last ten minutes bringing victory over QPR. Kelly Highman broke the deadlock from 25 yards and Ashlee Hincks added the second in the last minute.

Harlow got out of the relegation zone at the expense of Enfield Town, coming from behind to win 2-1 at next-to-bottom Stevenage on Tuesday. Holly Greenwood had the hosts ahead from the spot midway through the second half but Billie Brooks levelled with a long-range free kick and Chloe Bassett converted a penalty. Stevenage thought they had a last-minute equaliser but a free kick was given against them.

League Cup Quarter-Final

Brighouse Town P-P Huddersfield Town

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