Arsenal Ladies’ reserves won their second game of the season, 4-0 away to Yeovil, and have moved up four places in the Development League.
They now sit in fifth place, up from ninth last week, and have another game next week at home to Bristol to try to make up more points on League leaders Brighton.
- London Bees 4 Brighton 4
- Chelsea 7 Bristol 0
- Millwall 3 Watford 1
- Oxford 0 Reading 4
- Yeovil 0 Arsenal 4
Arsenal have six points in three, with two wins out of two games played on the pitch.
Brighton are top of the League with 18 points in eight games. Chelsea have 15 points in six, London Bees, who were 4-2 up against Brighton at one point before giving away two goals, are third with 13 points from seven.
At the bottom of the table, Millwall registered their first win of the season with a 3-1 home win against second from bottom Watford. Millwall have three points from five games, while Watford have four points from seven.
There is no relegation or promotion in the Development League as the 20 teams are split in to North and South divisions with 10 teams in each of those.
Africa Cup of Nations
Arsenal Ladies’ forward Asisat Oshoala helped Nigeria on their way to the 10th Women’s AFCON. They beat the home side, Cameroon, 1-0 in the final with the lone goal from Desiree Oparanozie Ugochi.
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Our young striker claimed the tournament’s Golden Boot with six goals, and was also named in the tournament’s best 11 in a very successful competition for the Arsenal lady.