The beginning of the second-half was disrupted by a brief injury to Dennis, replaced by Anna Filbey, but Palace continued to retain possession well and wait for their openings.
With Blackburn beginning to push players forwards in the closing stages, gaps opened up for Kaminski’s side to exploit.
And after 71 minutes, mere moments after Kirstein Reilly’s header was kept out by Brooks, another quick transition allowed Hughes to tee up Doran for the right winger to finish into the bottom corner for her first goal of the season.
A raft of substitutions followed for both sides but it was Blanchard – two seasons ago Blackburn’s Player of the Year – who made the most impact, picking up the ball 40 yards from goal, driving towards the box and hitting a brilliant strike into the bottom corner from range.
Palace had further reason to celebrate minutes later when forward Lucy Watson – signed on loan from Chelsea after an ACL injury cut short her loan at Charlton last year – made her Palace debut from the bench, and a first match in over a year for the talented forward.
The gloss to another glorious result was added by Sharpe with five minutes remaining, the forward heading home a corner from Fliss Gibbons – now the Championship’s top assist provider, with four in five games – to seal yet another memorable result for Palace Women this season.
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Palace: Negri (GK), Reilly, Everett, Nolan, Gibbons, Guyatt (Blanchard, 73), Hopcroft, Doran (Watson, 82), Sharpe, Dennis (Filbey, 63), Hughes
Subs not used: Lambourne (GK), Johnson, Cataldo, Bailey-Gayle, Potter