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Chorley's position at the top of the table was greatly strengthened on Sunday despite them not kicking a ball in anger.
The Lancashire side remain four points clear after South Durham & Cestria suffered a 3-2 defeat at home to in-form Stockport County. All of Stockport's goals came in the first half from Lucy Lutton, Chantelle Parry and Jade O'Connor.
Bradford City also received a setback to their challenge as they dipped to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Liverpool Feds, who have moved three points ahead of the bottom two.
Sheffield Utd Community and Middlesbrough exchanged places in the table once again, this time United going back into fourth place with a 2-1 victory over Cheadle Heath Nomads. Demi West and Chelsea Burke scored the goals for United.
Huddersfield Town and Leeds City Vixens meanwhile battled out a 1-1 draw with Laura Windle on target for Huddersfield and Leeds replying through Becky Kendell.
Mossley Hill continue to climb their way up the table and are now just below mid-table following their 2-1 win against Wakefield, given to them by goals from Megan Brodie and Hannah Lundberg.
Newly crowned Champions Stoke City finished off the league season with a 3-0 victory over Copsewood (Coventry) on Tuesday night, meaning they win the title by a total of fifteen points. Lucy Ridgeway, Dawn Mallett and Laura Garside scored the goals to round off a memorable league campaign for the Potters.
Leafield Athletic had a dramatic role to play in deciding who would take the runners-up spot behind Stoke. On Thursday night they defeated Leicester City 2-0 to leave the Foxes' hopes of second place in the balance.
This left Radcliffe Olympic needing to beat Leafield in order to climb above Leicester but Leafield completed a good finish for themselves by winning 3-0, meaning that Leicester finish as runners-up. Hayley Sturridge-Packer netted twice for Leafield with Donna Hawkins adding the other.
Rotherham Utd were another side to finish the season well, ending up in fifth place after they won 6-2 against Copsewood (Coventry). Nat Shaw led the scoring for the Yorkshire side with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Charley Evans, Bianca Ross and Amy Pollock.
There were plenty of goals on offer at Curzon Ashton where the home side battled out a 4-4 draw with Loughborough Foxes. Nikki Daniels (2), Leanne Turner and Alison Hindley scored the goals for Curzon with the Foxes replying through a Laura Devlin brace, Aimee Perry and Gemma Gillman.
Loughborough Students completed their campaign with a 3-1 win away to Daventry Town, who will finish in the bottom two. Adele Sale, Rebecca Kemp and Emma Rankin were on the scoresheet for the students.
South East Combination
After clinching the league title last week, Chesham Utd continued on their winning way on Sunday when they beat Brentwood Town 3-1 to maintain their advantage of thirteen points.
Ipswich Town maintained their challenge to finish as runners-up after they defeated Enfield Town 3-2.
Chichester City stay third after being held to a 1-1 draw by Luton Town. Jade Widdowson was on target for Chichester and Lauren Goodier replied for Luton whose goalkeeper Hollie Staples saved a late penalty.
Milton Keynes Dons have virtually guaranteed themselves a top half finish after they won 1-0 away to Ebbsfleet Utd.
South West Combination
Keynsham Town stretched the gap at the top to five points with a 1-0 win away to Forest Green Rovers, Hari Sabic scoring the only goal of the game.
Swindon Town and Exeter City stay in the mid-table positions after the sides battled out a 3-3 draw. Abby Picton netted twice and Catherine Reid the other for Swindon while Exeter scored through Lola Sanchez, Natalie Shenton and Catherine Wright.
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