Doncaster Rovers Belles and Reading were both promoted to Women’s Super League One after victories on Sunday.

Doncaster came from behind to win at London Bees thanks to Courtney Sweetman-Kirk’s brace.

Reading won 3-1 away at Watford in the day’s early kick-off before their promotion was sealed when third-placed Yeovil failed to beat Oxford.

In the title race, Reading remain second, three points behind the Belles, but with a game in hand on the leaders.

At The Hive, the Belles fell behind to Emma Whitter’s early goal for London Bees before the league’s top goalscorer, Sweetman-Kirk, netted either side of half-time to take her tally for the season up to 20 league goals.

That win was enough to secure promotion for Doncaster regardless of other results, ensuring a return to the top flight for the first time since their

controversial demotion in 2013.

Kayleigh Hines’ early goal for Oxford saw them win at Yeovil, with the midfielder later involved in a collision which saw Nat Haigh stretchered off with a serious-looking head injury.

Melissa Fletcher, Helen Ward and Rachel Rowe all scored for the Royals at bottom-club Watford, who did pull one back with an Ellie Mason penalty.

Elsewhere, Aston Villa won 2-1 away at Millwall Lionesses.