WSL 2: Reading stay top with 5-0 win over Durham
Reading head into the mid-season break as leaders of Women's Super League Two following a 5-0 victory over Durham.
Emma Follis opened the scoring in the first half, beating Wildcats keeper Anna Moorhouse at her near post.
Kirsty McGee doubled Reading's lead on the hour, reacting quickest to Lois Roche's spilled free-kick, before Jen Jennings turned Becky Jane's cross into her own net.
Three minutes from time, Roche made it 4-0 before Follis completed her brace.
Doncaster Rovers Belles remain second in the table on goal difference after their 3-0 win away at third-placed Yeovil.
Captain Leandra Little gave the visitors a 1-0 half-time lead, heading Courtney Sweetman-Kirk's cross past Yeovil goalkeeper Charlotte Haynes.
Sweetman-Kirk netted herself 10 minutes after the restart before Sue Smith's penalty rounded off the victory.
Elsewhere, Oxford United came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 at Aston Villa and deny the hosts a third successive league win.
Katie Wilkinson had headed Villa into a 14th-minute lead and the home side looked to be in control when Amy West's shot doubled Villa's advantage two minutes after the break.
However, United winger Ella Franklin-Fraiture lobbed Villa keeper Jessica Myers on 71 minutes and captain Kayleigh Hines completed the fightback with a 20-yard free-kick with 10 minutes remaining.
In the day's other match, Channy Boye-Hlorkah scored on her return to football after two years out injured as Everton beat Watford 3-0.
Paige Williams opened the scoring in the first half when she headed in Danielle Turner's corner from close range.
Boye-Hlorkah then doubled the lead on the stroke of half-time with a brilliant right-footed dipping effort from 20 yards, before captain Michelle Hinnigan fired home from another Turner assist.