Ireland goalkeeper Grace Moloney was brought to hospital, but later discharged, following a collision during Sunday's WSL victory over Birmingham City.

Moloney was stretchered off just before half-time after a collision with Jade Pennock, with the injury resulting in her being stretchered off after on-field treatment.

The club provided an injury update later on Sunday evening and confirmed that Moloney was now doing fine and back at home.

"As many of you know Grace was taken to hospital during today's match," said the social media post.

"We're pleased to inform you that she is okay, and back at home. We thank all the medics and emergency services for their speedy actions in coming to her aid."

The Royals secured a brilliant 3-2 comeback win against the bottom side to record a fourth straight WSL victory.

Gemma Lawley and Pennock fired the Blues into a 2-0 lead inside 36 minutes, with the first an assist from Ireland international Lucy Quinn's corner.

But Justine Vanhaevermaet pulled one back in first-half stoppage time before Natasha Dowie scored Reading's second from the penalty spot moments after the interval.

Emma Harries then completed the fightback with an impressive volley after 55 minutes.

Ireland internationals Louise Quinn, Jamie Finn and Harriett Scott were also among the Birmingham starters, while Eleanor Ryan-Doyle and Emily Whelan came on as substitutes.

Meanwhile, substitute Tobin Heath scored an injury-time equaliser as Women's Super League leaders Arsenal snatched a 1-1 draw at Manchester City.

Heath drilled home in the second of six added minutes to ensure the visitors avoided a second straight defeat in the league following their shock loss to Birmingham a fortnight ago.

Khadija Shaw had given City the lead in controversial circumstances after 65 minutes, the Jamaican international tapping home from close range from Lauren Hemp's low cross.

Arsenal - for whom Katie McCabe played the full 90 minutes - were furious that play had been allowed to continue when the ball deflected off the referee in the build-up to the goal, but their protests fell on deaf ears and head coach Jonas Eidevall was booked for his complaints.

Leah Galton celebrates team-mate Vilde Boe Risa after scoring goal number three.

The result leaves Arsenal two points clear of Manchester United, who had earlier kept up the pressure with an impressive 3-0 win against Tottenham.

Vilde Boe Risa volleyed the hosts into the lead after 38 minutes before Hayley Ladd netted a second ahead of the interval.

Leah Galton added her side's third in the second half as United recorded their sixth victory in as many matches to move above Chelsea and one point behind Arsenal who face Manchester City in Sunday's late kick-off.

United were able to take advantage of Chelsea's goalless draw at Brighton, who had Republic of Ireland midfielder Megan Connolly in their XI.

Erin Cuthbert came the closest to scoring for the Blues when her second-half strike cannoned off the crossbar.

Chelsea had 26 attempts but were unable to find a breakthrough - the first time Emma Hayes' side have failed to find the back of the next in 60 WSL matches, a streak which stretches back to October 2018.

Aston Villa ended a four-match losing run with a 2-1 win at Leicester.

Jemma Purfield's own goal provided the visitors with the lead after just four minutes before Leicester were back on level terms with 14 minutes remaining when Villa goalkeeper Hannah Hampton turned Purfield's corner into her own net.

But Alisha Lehmann struck deep into stoppage time as Villa took all three points.

Megan Connolly played a part in Brighton earning a draw against Chelsea

West Ham secured a comfortable 3-0 home win against Everton to move up to seventh in the table.

Katerina Svitkova opened the scoring for the Hammers with four minutes of the opening period remaining before Dagny Brynjarsdottir doubled her side's tally shortly before the hour mark.

Claudia Walker made sure of the victory when she netted a third in the closing stages.

Ireland number one Courtney Brosnan, who joined Everton after departing West Ham last summer, was on the bench with England cap Sandy MacIver in goal for the Toffees.

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Additional reporting: PA