FAWSL round-up: Wins for Chelsea, Sunderland and Liverpool

STAINES, ENGLAND - APRIL 17:  Katie Chapman of Chelsea celebrates with Ji So Yun after she scores her side's first goal during the SSE Women's FA Cup Semi-
Image: Katie Chapman scored twice in Chelsea's win

Katie Chapman scored twice as Chelsea Ladies came from behind to beat Notts County 2-1 and keep alive their outside chances of the FA WSL 1 title.

The Blues captain headed home twice in the second half to cancel out Jo Potter's opener and close the gap on league leaders Manchester City to seven points.

Chelsea should have been ahead early in the second half but County goalkeeper Megan Walsh redeemed herself by saving Gemma Davison's penalty after bringing down the midfielder inside the area.

Potter then fired a vicious strike past home keeper Rebecca Spencer to break the deadlock in the 63rd minute.

Emma Hayes' side were undeterred by the setback and Chapman nodded in a corner to equalise two minutes later, before heading the winner from Hannah Blundell's clipped ball into the box 12 minutes from time.

ROTHERHAM, ENGLAND - APRIL 08:  Katie Chapman of England in action during the UEFA Women's European Qualifer between England and Belgium at The New York St
Image: England midfielder Chapman grabbed the winner 12 minutes from time

Doncaster Rovers Belles' search for a first point of the season continues after they surrendered the lead to lose 4-1 at home to fellow strugglers Sunderland.

Maz Pacheco put the bottom of the table Belles ahead with 15 minutes played at the Keepmoat Stadium but goals from Tori Williams, Abbey Holmes, Kelly McDougall and Maddie Hill turned the game in the visitors' favour.

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The Lady Black Cats were also afforded the luxury of a missed penalty as Nicola Hobbs saved from striker Beth Mead at 2-1.

A late strike from Katie Zelem gave Liverpool a 1-0 success at Reading in the evening's other game.

Lauren Bruton had the opportunity to put the hosts ahead but her 72nd-minute penalty was saved by Siobhan Chamberlain before Zelem pounced with five minutes remaining to clinch the points.

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