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East Midlands League
The final league match of the season was played in the Premier Division on Tuesday night. Sandiacre Town booked themselves a fourth place finish after they defeated Rise Park 2-1. Amy Pashley and Natalie Loughenbury were on target for Sandiacre, with Natasha Murray replying.
Eastern Region League
One match in the league managed to survive the weather on Sunday. Thorpe Utd picked up a notable 3-1 victory over Premier Division runners-up C & K Basildon thanks to goals from Beth Somerfield, Rebecca Lake and Sophie Jermy.
London & South East League
No matches were played on Sunday but on Wednesday night, Luton Town Res lifted themselves up a place in the Division One (London) table by scoring nine without reply against Garston.
North East League
All matches in the Premier Division were called off on Sunday but on Tuesday night, Sheffield Utd Community moved themselves to within three points of the leadership by beating Guiseley 3-2. Tania Marsden, Cheryl Mawhood and Paige Lewis netted the goals for United.
In the Northern Division, Redcar Athletic moved themselves closer towards a second place finish as they won 3-0 away to Birtley Town.
North West League
Northwich Vixens are on the verge of a top half finish in their first season following promotion after they won 6-2 away to Denton Town in the only Premier Division match played on Sunday. Denton meanwhile completed their campaign with a goalless draw against Bolton Wanderers in midweek whilst Burnley Girls & Ladies ran out 4-0 winners over Wigan Athletic.
Morecambe picked up the victory they needed in order to clinch the Division One North title when they triumphed 4-0 away to Penrith AFC. The result also confirms Blackpool Wren Rovers as runners-up with Penrith in third, just ahead of Padiham who followed up a 4-3 success at Carlisle on Sunday by sharing a 2-2 draw with Leigh RMI.
The destiny of the Division One South title was also decided as City of Manchester - runners-up for the past two seasons - went one better by beating Winsford 6-0 to put themselves in an unassailable position. Manchester University did win 1-0 at AFC Liverpool in midweek but will have to settle for second place. Brazil scored five without reply past Glossop North End and will end up in fourth, one position ahead of Macclesfield Town who were 2-1 winners over AFC Urmston Meadowside.
South West League
Exeter City are confirmed as Premier Division Champions after Larkhall Athletic, who needed to beat Weymouth by an unrealistic margin, won 1-0 with Carly Bryant scoring the only goal of the game. Exeter therefore go up to the South West Combination at the first attempt but spare a thought for Larkhall who finish second on goal difference for the second season in a row.
Poole Town bounded into the top half of Eastern Division One after scoring eight without reply against Blandford Utd. Stacey Ayling led the scoring with a hat-trick, Sam Gubb weighed in with a brace and the tally was completed by Lisa Dootson-Gill, Bev Symes and an own goal.
Southern Region League
Only one match managed to beat the weather in the Premier Division on Sunday but it turned out to be a good day for Oxford City who lifted themselves out of the bottom two thanks to their second victory of the season, 3-1 against Aldershot Town.
* No matches were played in the West Midlands League on Sunday.
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