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East Midlands League
Long Eaton Utd lifted the League Cup after running out 9-1 winners over Nettleham in the Final at Carlton Town F.C.
Jodie Hancock led the scoring for Long Eaton with a four-goal haul and Jenny Keen weighed in with a double. Lucie Johnstone, Joanne Campbell and Hayley Armstrong joined them on the scoresheet to round off a great day for United.
Eastern Region League
The final league match of the season saw Hoddesdon Owls, who finished bottom of the table in Division One South, give their campaign a happy ending with a 3-1 victory over mid-table East Thurrock Utd. Becky Scola, Daniela Martucci and Kristina O'Connell were all on target for Hoddesdon, with Aimee Pooley replying.
London & South East League
MSA Ladies moved closer to the runners-up spot in Division One (London), despite not playing a league match.
Hampstead went down to a 4-0 defeat to Luton Town Res which ends their chances of finishing in second place and means that only Fulham Compton OB can still mathematically overhaul MSA.
North East League
Hull City kept their slim hopes of winning the title alive with an 8-1 midweek success away to Hessle Town which does guarantee them a top two finish. Rebecca Beech led the scoring with a four-goal haul and Sian Bentley weighed in with a hat-trick, with Ellice Jackman completing the tally. However it will take a huge swing in goal difference on Sunday if Hull are to overtake Sheffield Utd Community. Barnsley will have to settle for third place despite finishing off with a 2-1 win at Peterlee Town, given to them by a Laura Elford brace.
West Midlands League
Leamington Lions secured the Premier Division title by picking up the win they needed in their last match of the season, scoring six without reply against Kidderminster Harriers. Hereford Pegasus did all they could to try and overhaul them as they defeated Lichfield Diamonds 4-2 but they will have to settle for the runners-up position in what has been a very tight title race. Bradwell Belles meanwhile remain in the bottom two places after they were beaten 4-0 by mid-table Allscott.
In Division One North, Wyrley Ladies and FC Reedswood met each other in a virtual title decider and it was Reedswood who now have the advantage after emerging as 2-1 winners. This means that Reedswood have to avoid defeat in their final match this Sunday in order to clinch the title and condemn Wyrley to the runners-up spot for the second season in succession.
Another very close title race was finally settled in Division One South with B & WM Police needing nothing less than a victory over Crusaders in order to pip Coventry Sphinx to top spot. In the end they triumphed 2-0 to confirm themselves as Champions with Sphinx and Coventry Development just a single point behind them.
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