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Newcastle Utd completed their title winning season with a 4-2 victory over Bradford City, dealing a blow to their opponents' hopes of claiming the runners-up spot. Sarah Wilson, Sarah Eadon, Megan Pyper and Stacy Crooks scored their goals with Caroline Omboyi and Kirsty Russell replying but the game was marred as Newcastle defender Carla Armstrong suffered a serious looking knee injury.
Bradford still have a chance of second place though because Sheffield Wednesday were also beaten 4-2 by Huddersfield Town. Emily Heckler netted all four goals to ensure that Huddersfield ended a good first season in the league on a winning note and a sixth place finish.
Middlesbrough also rounded off their campaign with a victory and are out of the bottom three after Sarah Manning, Lindsey Stephenson and Rachel McKnight all found the net to give them a 3-2 success away to Wakefield.
Wolverhampton Wanderers ended their campaign with a goalless draw away to Radcliffe Olympic, which means that they finish up with a two point margin over runners-up Stoke City, who they meet in the League Cup Final this coming Sunday.
Leicester City claimed a highly creditable third place finish by winning 3-1 away to Leafield Athletic. Katie Bateman scored twice and Kayleigh Hillier to round off a good season for their club.
A win would have seen Copsewood (Coventry) claim a top three place but they will have to settle for fifth after going down to a 3-2 defeat away to Loughborough Students despite having taken a two-goal lead through a double from Nicola Foskett.
Loughborough Foxes meanwhile secured themselves sixth position with a 2-0 victory over Curzon Ashton, thanks to a brace of goals from Roschelle Shakes.
South East Combination
In the only match to be played on Sunday, Luton Town and Enfield Town battled out a goalless draw which confirms a fifth place finish for Luton, while Enfield had already claimed the runners-up spot.
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