The 2012/13 season ended painfully for West Ham United Ladies goalkeeper Toni-Anne Wayne, who suffered cracked ribs and bruising to the sternum and hip after colliding with a post in Sunday's FA Women's Premier League Southern Division fixture at Reading.

The game came to a premature end with Reading leading 3-2 as Wayne's injuries required an ambulance to be called, although she was released from hospital later on Sunday.

West Ham were hoping to halt a run of seven games without a victory and goals from Rosey Sullivan and Katie Bottom at least gave the title-winning Royals a scare.

They nevertheless proved too strong, however, and notched three goals of their own to hold a slender advantage as the game neared its conclusion.

Nine minutes were left on the clock when away keeper Wayne suffered her injury, and Reading were awarded the points after the decision was taken the abandon the game.

West Ham end the campaign with 22 points from their 17 games - enough to secure a mid-table sixth position in the table.

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