Beckett stepped up to take it and the midfielder converted. Tatiana Saunders managed to get a hand to it, but there was enough power and placement that the keeper couldn’t keep it out.
After a quick start to the game, there were very few clear-cut opportunities in the remainder of the half. Harney did well to create space and get a shot away, with her attempt being stopped by Saunders.
Harney would have another shot saved later in the half, while Fatuga-Dada’s near-post effort was also denied.
It was the Rooks who went closest to going into the break in front though, Isobel Dalton with a fine effort from outside the area which came back off the crossbar.
The beginning of the second 45 was a competitive affair, with neither side giving the other much to work with. Lewes’ defence did particularly well to block Rosie Kmita’s effort.
With around 20 minutes of the half remaining, Watford were starting to look threatening as the Golden Girls searched for that goal to go in front.
Fatuga-Dada put a difficult chance wide after Saunders couldn’t claim Kmita’s cross. The Lewes goalkeeper did do well though to stop Stobbs’ strike, gathering it at the second attempt.
The pressure continued, with a corner going all the way through to Beckett at the back post. She couldn’t get a second of the game though, shooting over.
In the 81st minute, Watford did find a way through. Bell had almost netted a dramatic winner last weekend, this time, she did, beating Saunders with a shot into the bottom corner to put the Hornets 2-1 in front.