West Ham United Ladies suffered an agonising 2-1 home FA Women's Premier League Southern Division defeat by Reading on Sunday.

The Hammers took the lead through Kelley Blanchflower's 29th-minute goal, only for Rebecca Jane to level with nine minutes remaining and Cheryl Williams to complete the turn-around in the second minute of added time.

The defeat all but ends Julia Setford's side's hopes of winning the title. West Ham are now 13 points behind leaders Millwall Lionesses with six matches remaining. Millwall have just three games to play, but the odds on the Hammers overhauling their local rivals have lengthened.

West Ham will hope to get back to winning ways when they host bottom side Queens Park Rangers at Thurrock FC's Ship Lane stadium on Sunday 7 April, kick-off 2pm.