#FAWNL : Rovers overrun Rams

Stoke City celebrate a dramatic late winner at Sunderland. (Photo: scfc_ladies)

Blackburn Rovers sent hosts Derby County to a 7-0 home defeat and Huddersfield Town went second in the Northern Premier, MK Dons shocked third-placed Southern Premier side Watford.

Results for Sunday 11th November



Derby County 0-7 Blackburn Rovers (Att: 216)
Doncaster Rovers Belles 5-1 Bradford City (Att: 86)
Hull City 4-2 Sheffield FC (Att: 50)
Middlesbrough 2-2 Fylde (Att: 146)
Nottingham Forest 1-2 Huddersfield Town (Att: 68)
Sunderland 2-3 Stoke City 


Chichester City 4-2 C&K Basildon (Att: 80)
Loughborough Foxes 2-1 Portsmouth (Att: 35)
Oxford United 2-1 Plymouth Argyle (Att: 129)
Queens Park Rangers 1-7 Coventry United (Att: 50)
Watford 0-3 Milton Keynes Dons (Att: 137)


The New Saints 0-4 Sporting Khalsa (Att: 27)


Barnsley 3-1 Morecambe (Att: 50)
Burnley 4-0 Crewe Alexandra (Att: 40)


Leyton Orient 5-0 Enfield Town (Att: 57)


Brislington 2-1 Southampton Saints (Att: 48)
Southampton WFC 2-1 Chesham United 

Northern Premier – Rovers net ninth win

Leaders Blackburn blew away Derby 7-0 as Saffron Jordan hit another hat-trick and Rovers made in nine wins from nine.

Sunderland went down 3-2 at home to Stoke after each side scored twice in the first 17 minutes and Emily Owen won it at the death.

Huddersfield moved into second on goal-difference after coming from behind to win 2-1 at Nottingham Forest, Brittany Sanderson’s effort and a Kate Mallin penalty both coming early in the second half.

Middlesbrough retrieved a two-goal half-time deficit to draw 2-2 with Fylde, Tyler Dodds and Emma Kelly scoring for Boro.

Hull hit seventh spot with a 4-2 defeat of Sheffield FC, Ellice Jackman with a couple for the Tigreeses.

Doncaster doubled their points tally with a 5-1 beating of Bradford in which there was a brace by Abby Watkinson.

Southern Premier – MK Dons stun Watford

Afiya Johnson made her first start for Watford against MK Dons. (Photo: Andrew Waller Images)

Chichester stayed top with a 4-2 result against C&K Basildon in which Cherelle Khassel came off the bench to net three times, the Essex side having been a goal up.

Coventry stayed on City’s tail when storming to a 7-1 score at QPR with five goals after the restart.

MK Dons pulled off a 3-0 victory at third-in-the-table Watford, Leah Littlechild, Ellie Gough and Leah Cudone with one each.

Oxford popped above Plymouth into fifth after edging the Pilgrims 2-1 with a late Georgia Timms spot-kick.

Loughborough Foxes’ 2-1 success over Portsmouth came with a 74th-minute own-goal and put them fourth.

Division 1 – Burnley and Southampton WFC new leaders

Burnley retook the Northern Division 1 top spot from Brighouse Town with a 4-0 defeat of Crewe, Sarah Greenhalgh, Lean Embley and Charlotte Banner on the scoresheet. Barnsley’s 3-1 win over Morecambe lifted them up to ninth place, goals from Drew Greene, Kath Smith (penalty) and Amy Woodruff.

Southampton WFC replace Keynsham Town as leaders in the South West Division 1 with a 2-1 win over Chesham, their seventh successive victory. Brislington went fourth with a similar result over Southampton Saints.

Sporting Khalsa leapfrogged TNS into seventh spot in Midlands Division 1 when sinking the Saints 4-0 on their own turf, Stephanie Kydd, Paige Kavanagh and Chloe Evans all on target.

Orient are just a point short of third-placed South East Division 1 side Enfield, after hitting them 5-0.

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