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 Women's Football News 11 May 2012
 
Eastern Region League
Last season's League Cup runners-up Billericay Town went one better this time around as they defeated Barking 2-0 in the Final at Soham Town Rangers FC on Sunday.
 
Great Shelford completed their successful campaign by picking up their second trophy when beating Baldock Town 2-0.
 
Meanwhile the last match of the season in the Premier Division was played and it saw Thorpe Utd battle out a 2-2 draw with third placed Peterborough Sports. Charlotte Groves and Rebecca Russell netted the goals for Thorpe, with Peterborough replying through Donna Nicholls and Jessica Farchica. 
 
London & South East League
Kikk Utd were confirmed as Division One (London) Champions on Wednesday night after MSA Ladies were held to a 2-2 draw by Luton Town Res. MSA are in the driving seat for the runners-up spot and need to win two of their three remaining games in order to secure this position. The result was the second time Luton had shared four goals in a game in a row, having battled out a 2-2 draw with Carshalton Athletic on Sunday. 
 
North East League
The Premier Division title race may have taken a decisive turn over the past week and Sheffield Utd Community have taken a lead of three points, with two matches left to play. On Sunday they took over the leadership for the first time this season by beating previous table toppers Hull City 5-3 in a potential title decider. Tania Marsden bagged a hat-trick with Cheryl Mawhood adding the other two for United, while Hull replied through Rebecca Beech, Ellice Jackman and Frankie Waller. On Wednesday night, United defeated Scunthorpe Utd 1-0 to open up their lead. Barnsley's hopes came to an end as they went down to a 3-1 defeat at Guiseley who rounded off a good few days by picking up the result which lifts them out of the bottom two. Guiseley had earlier drawn 1-1 with Peterlee Town, Caroline Hulme scoring their goal with Peterlee's response coming from Leanne Anderson.
 
The destination of second place in the Northern Division still remains in the balance after Redcar Athletic were beaten 4-0 by title winners Birtley Phoenix. Hayley English, Amy Jackson, Victoria Mudd and Claire Remmer all netted a goal apiece for Birtley who ensured they finished their season with a 100% record. 
 
North West League
Chorley went into their final matches of the season, a double header with Burnley Girls & Ladies, requiring two points in order to confirm themselves as Champions and they duly did so in style, recording 3-0 and 6-0 victories to finish up with a five point margin ahead of second placed Blackpool. Tranmere Rovers meanwhile rounded off their campaign with a comfortable third place finish after they defeated Bolton Wanderers 3-2.
 
In Division One North, a double header also completed the season and it was Blackpool Wren Rovers who picked up maximum points by winning 8-3 and 2-1 against Bolton Lads & Girls, meaning they finish in the runners-up position, a single point behind title winners Morecambe.
 
Birkenhead have had a good season in Division One South and they ended it with a 2-1 victory away to AFC Urmston Meadowside, having already secured third place for themselves. 
 
South West League
Downend Flyers rounded off an excellent season for their club by running out 4-0 winners over Swindon Supermarine in the Bristol Soccerworld Cup Final at Bishop's Lydeard. Kate Michael led the scoring for her side by bagging a hat-trick and strike partner Laura Baker was also on target for the Eastern Division One Champions.
 
Falmouth Town booked their place in the Supplementary League Cup Final with a 5-0 victory over Callington Town. The Cornish side will face Morley Rangers in the Final this Sunday.
 
Marine Academy (Plymouth) kept up their good finish to the season in the Premier Division with a 1-0 victory over Oldland Abbotonians which means they will finish outside of the bottom three. 
 
Southern Region League
Oxford Utd were confirmed as Premier Division Champions on Sunday when Bracknell Town went down to a 4-0 defeat away to Shanklin. The U's went on to further cement their position in midweek with a 5-1 victory over Bracknell which stretches their winning run to 17 matches. Southampton Women have had a fine first season following promotion and a Gemma Worsfold double and Hannah Geer gave them a 3-1 success at Launton which sees them finish their games in second place, although they will have to wait and see whether Shanklin or Bracknell will overhaul them for the runners-up place.
 
Caroline Harkness hit a hat-trick to send Newbury Ladies & Girls through to the Jubilee Cup Final with a 3-0 win against Chesham Utd Res. In their delayed quarter final tie, Marlow sprang a surprise when beating Division One (Southern) title winners Basingstoke Town 4-3 and they will face Oxford Utd Res in the other semi this week. 
 
West Midlands League
It's advantage Leamington Lions in the Premier Division title race after they defeated Hereford Pegasus 7-3 in their crucial top of the table clash. The result takes Leamington two points clear and a win in their final match will see them in an unassailable position. In the other game, Kingshurst Sporting completed their excellent finish to the season by winning 3-2 at Bradwell Belles and they are now out of the bottom two.
 
Wyrley Ladies have opened up a lead of three points at the top of Division One North after running out 8-1 winners over Cottage Farm Rangers. Walsall, who defeated Coseley Town 3-0, can no longer finish higher than third but have done well this season.
 
The race in Division One South will go down to the wire and B & WM Police suddenly have matters in their hands following another twist on Sunday. A win would have taken Coventry Sphinx top but instead they went down to a 1-0 local derby defeat to Coventry Development, meaning that the top three is covered by just a single point and each team has one game left to play. Crusaders still have a chance of finishing fourth despite going down to a 1-0 defeat at home to Marston Green.

 
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