West Ham United Ladies 2-0 Barnet Ladies
Two quickfire goals ensured a tremendous victory against the FA Women's Premier Southern Division leaders and moved the Hammers to within four points of their rivals.
Zoe Marshall scored after just two minutes before Holly Griffin added the second on 22 minutes and there was no looking back for Tony Marshall's side on Sunday. The home side shut up shop after that and never looked in danger of making it ten games unbeaten. They have won five and drawn five in the league this season.
To make for an even better weekend, Reading's draw at home to Brighton and Hove Albion meant West Ham have moved up to second in the standings. They are next in action on Sunday when they go to Portsmouth, who are level with Reading and sit a point behind the Hammers in third place.