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ih4gBracknell Queen Bees
are four points clear in the Womens Elite League after a 3-2 win over Guildford Lightning. Chrissy Newman’s third period goal the difference between the teams.

Kingston Diamonds and Solihull Vixens shared a 5-5 draw at Hull Arena. Kirsten Deighton (Kingston) and Saffron Allen (Solihull) each scored twice.

Streatham Storm are the new leaders of Womens Premier League, beating Kingston Diamonds 4-1 on Sunday. Storm had four different goalscorers in the victory.

Leen De Decker scored a last second equaliser as Widnes Wild drew 3-3 with Slough Phantoms. De Decker’s goal, her second, cancelled out Emily Prachar’s 57th strike for Phantoms.

A double from Olivia Taylor and 31 saves by Gemma Davies gave Cardiff Comets a 4-2 Cup win at Oxford City Midnight Stars. Cardiff scored three times in the final 10:02 to take the win.

Samantha Phillips scored four goals as Bracknell Firebees beat Peterborough Penguins 11-1 in WD1 South.

Chelsea Meaney (Streatham) and Lucy Dorrington (Oxford) both bagged a brace as Storm and Midnight Stars tied 4-4.

Swindon Top Kittens edged Milton Keynes 2-1 in the U16 Girls League (South) – Alice Edmonds with the winner in the 39th minute.

Finally Bracknell Ice Bees maintained their 100% record after a 7-0 win over Haringey. Lucy Beal scored four times.


WEL: Kingston Diamonds 5 Solihull Vixens 5; Bracknell Queen Bees 3 Guildford Lightning 2

WPL: Widnes Wild 3 Slough Phantoms 3; Streatham Storm 4 Kingston Diamonds 1

WD1S: Oxford City Midnight Stars 2 Cardiff Comets 4 (Cup); Streatham Storm 4 Oxford City Midnight Stars 4; Bracknell Firebees 11 Peterborough Penguins 1

U16S: Milton Keynes 1 Swindon Top Kittens 2; Bracknell Ice Bees 7 Haringey 0