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South Durham Royals will finish in third place - the club's highest ever league position - after they completed their campaign with a 1-0 win away to Tranmere Rovers, Carrie-Ann Ross grabbing the only goal of the game.
Liverpool Feds have also had a good season and they confirmed themselves in fourth place following a 2-1 success at Salford Ladies thanks to goals from Gemma Perischine and Gayle Formston.
Stockport County netted ten without reply against Darlington RA, who must be glad their season is now over.
Scunthorpe Utd were the only home team to pick up a point on Sunday, when sharing a 2-2 draw with Wakefield. Anne Heighway and Caroline Hulme were on target for Wakefield whose captain Jenny Smith retired after the game following ten years with the club.
Wolverhampton Wanderers recorded their ninth draw of the season when sharing four goals with TNS Ladies. Amber Quick gave Wolves a seventh minute lead which was cancelled out just before half time by Abby Francis. Dani Selmes put Wolves back in front shortly after the restart but Francis struck again with her second goal to earn TNS a share of the spoils.
Leicester City finished their campaign with a 4-2 victory away to Leafield Athletic but they must wait and see if they will finish outside of the bottom two.
Crewe Alexandra defeated Loughborough Foxes 2-0 and require a win in their last game in order to climb above Leicester. Beth Clark and Michelle Saunders netted the goals to keep Crewe's hopes alive.
South East Combination
The final game of the season was played on Sunday and it carried a lot of significance at the top of the table. Norwich City hosted Champions Gillingham and went into the game requiring a point to take the runners-up position, however they went down to a 1-0 defeat which means that Enfield Town finish in second place.
The only goal of the game came midway through the second half, an outstanding strike from Ashlee Hincks which ensured that the Gills ended up ten points clear of their nearest rivals.
South West Combination
Yeovil Town picked up the victory they needed to confirm themselves as League Champions and are promoted to the Premier League, following their 7-0 success away to Oxford City.
Jemma Tewkesbury once again led the scoring with a four-goal haul and there was one apiece from Stacey Pearson, Lindsey Roe and Terri Trowbridge.
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