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East Midlands League
Lauren Roberts scored the only goal of the game as newly crowned Champions Daventry Town rounded off their campaign with a 1-0 win over Rise Park. Peterborough Northern Star meanwhile secured themselves a third place finish by winning 5-0 away to Barlestone St Giles and a Hayley Brown hat-trick gave Gedling Town a 3-2 victory over Long Eaton Utd which takes them out of the bottom two.
The Division One North title was decided when second placed Nettleham hosted long time leaders Steel City Wanderers in what was the final game for both teams. Nettleham had to win in order to claim the crown but the Steels earned a 2-2 which was enough to see them finish Champions by two points. Danni Fletcher and Maria Burns scored the all-important goals for the Steels, whilst Kirsty Dalzell and Zuzana Pramukova were on target for Nettleham. Rolls Royce Leisure ended up in third place following their 2-1 success at Arnold Town, thanks to a Monica Bowley double.
Eastern Region League
C & K Basildon clinched the runners-up spot in the Premier Division with a 3-1 win away to nearest rivals Peterborough Sports. Nicola Carty, Lucy Wyatt and Kerry Gardner were all on the scoresheet for the Essex side. Samantha Edwards, Nicola Dunsdon and Jessica Foakes all found the net for Billericay Town in their 4-1 victory over Hethersett Athletic and Thorpe Utd won 5-2 at Branitree Town thanks to a Rebecca Lake brace, Laura Wiseman, Sophie Jermy and Charlotte Groves.
In Division One South, third placed Sawbridgeworth Town ended their season by beating East Thurrock Utd 4-0 with a goal apiece from Freya Liiv, Jackie Stott, Claire Poulton and Clare Gamble. Zoe Strong and Lyndsey Bowman scored the goals as Chelmsford City defeated Hoddesdon Owls 2-1 and Leverstock Green also won 2-1 against Hannakins, Kelly Randall and Nicola Hollick were on target.
London & South East League
Hemel Hempstead Town have had a good campaign in the Premier Division, in their first season after promotion, and they guaranteed themselves a top four place as they beat Denham Utd 2-1. Crawley Wasps will end up one position below them after they ran out 12-3 winners over Wandgas.
The Division One (London) title race is still not decided yet as MSA Ladies notched up a 3-1 victory at Garston which means they can still catch leaders Kikk Utd. Tottenham Hotspur Res meanwhile look set for a mid-table finish following their 3-0 success away to Knaphill Wanderers.
North East League
Premier Division leaders Hull City were held to a 2-2 draw by Scunthorpe Utd and now head the table by two points. Dani Harthen and Charlotte Soar were on target for Scunthorpe, with Hull replying through Sian Bentley and Sophie Kirkby. Kayleigh James and Zoe Mitchell each scored twice as Hessle Town stormed to a 6-1 victory over Sheffield Utd Junior Blades. Suzanne Smith and Toni Anholm added the other goals with the Blades' consolation coming from Kathryn Mudge. Guiseley and Whitley Bay shared six goals, Lindsey Hopton (2) and Caroline Hulme netting for Guiseley and Whitley responding with a Laura Darmody brace and Julie Twaddle. Peterlee Town got back to winning ways and defeated Castleford White Rose, given to them by doubles from Leanne Anderson, Claire Bridgett and Charlotte Dinsdale plus a Faye McCoy goal.
In the Northern Division, California Ladies lifted themselves into second place in the table on the back of a 2-0 victory away to Birtley Town.
North West League
Chorley require two points from their final two games in order to finish as Champions after Blackpool completed their fixtures in midweek with a 6-1 win away to Denton Town. Crewe Alexandra had earlier defeated Denton 4-1 to maintain third place, ahead of Tranmere Rovers who won 6-1 at Wigan Athletic. Chester City also won 6-1 against Bury Girls & Ladies and have lifted themselves off the bottom of the table as a result.
Morecambe picked up one of the wins they required to carry off the Division One North title when they defeated Padiham 3-0. Penrith AFC meanwhile scored nine without reply past Bolton Lads & Girls but will probably have to settle for third.
Manchester University were held to a 2-2 draw by Liverpool Feds Res and this has put City of Manchester in the driving seat in Division One South, giving them a two point lead ahead of the final matches. Birkenhead will finish third despite a 5-3 midweek defeat at home to Brazil. Mossley Hill Res won 2-0 against AFC Urmston Meadowside to stay just in front of Winsford, who beat Manchester Stingers 2-1.
South West League
Exeter City are all but certain of winning the Premier Division title after they ran out 8-1 winners away to Frome Town. Helen Kukor scored a hat-trick with Kellie Hall, Lola Sanchez, Naomi Wilkins, Kirsty Caunter and Natalie Shenton also on the scoresheet, meaning that Larkhall Athletic need to win their final game by at least 19 goals in order to overhaul them. Philipa Holden bagged a five-goal haul as Weymouth also won 8-1 against Cheltenham Town. Bryony Webb, with a brace, and Amy Douch added the other goals.
Eastern Division One title winners Downend Flyers were held to a goalless draw by Cirencester Town, bringing their long winning run to an end. Nevertheless they now head the table by fourteen points from Cleeve West Town but Bridgwater Town appear to be favourites for the runners-up spot after a Gemma Baker double and Anneka Russ gave them a 3-2 win at Nailsea Utd. Swindon Spitfires meanwhile picked up a fine 2-1 victory away to Bishop's Lydeard thanks to Debbie Rose and Catherine Baird.
Southern Region League
Oxford Utd require one more point to be confimed as league Champions after notching up a 9-0 victory over Launton in midweek. Bracknell Town are the only team who can still catch their points total and they maintained this by beating Andover New Street 2-1. Shanklin remain firmly in the running for second place after a brace from Danielle Merryfield earned them a 2-1 win at Oxford City. Aldershot Town and Maidenhead Utd meanwhile battled out a 3-3 draw, Amy Lawrence, Sian Houghton and Amy-Louise Hubbort netted for the Shots with Maidenhead replying through Tina Brett (2) and Jade Pilley.
Mansfield Road completed their season in Division One (Northern) with a 100% record after goals from Sarah Rouse and Nina Sharp gave them a 2-0 victory over Beaconsfield SYCOB.
Chesham Utd Res won a tight battle 3-2 against Banbury Utd to reach the semi finals of the Jubilee Cup. Diane Killey, Catherine Sole and Debbie Young scored for Chesham who will meet Newbury Ladies & Girls in the last four after Lily Chubb gave them a 1-0 success at Locks Heath. Laura Allsopp, Danielle Anderson, Stacey Coles and Charlotte Comley were all on target as Oxford Utd Res progressed with a 4-0 victory over Stony Stratford Town and they play either Marlow or Basingstoke Town.
West Midlands League
Leamington Lions moved themselves to within a single point of leaders Hereford Pegasus with a 1-0 win away to Allscott. Solihull Ladies are another point adrift in third place following their 5-0 success over Stratford Town but they only have one game left to play. Cannock defeated Kidderminster Harriers 9-1 to climb into fourth, above Lichfield Diamonds who were beaten 2-0 by in-form Kingshurst Sporting.
FC Reedswood have taken over the leadership of Division One North, going three points clear via a 4-0 win away to Shifnal Harriers. Walsall were 3-2 victors at Prees Raiders whilst Cresswell Wanderers went fourth by beating Cottage Farm Rangers 1-0. Chasetown won 4-0 against Port Vale and are back out of the bottom two.
In Division One South, Coventry Sphinx defeated Marston Green 2-0 to go one point behind leaders B & WM Police, with a game in hand. Crusaders meanwhile won 4-1 at Ferndale and are now in the top half.
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