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Chorley maintained their lead at the top as they ran out 4-0 winners away to Huddersfield Town. Sarah Berry was on target twice for the Lancashire side whose other goals came from Ruth Harrison and Vicky Coope.
South Durham & Cestria made sure of keeping up their challenge by winning 3-0 against Liverpool Feds.
Stockport County continue to finish the season very strongly and are well in line for a top half following their 2-0 victory over Sheffield Utd Community. Beth Langford and Jade O'Connor scored the goals to guarantee their side Combination League football again next season and stretch their unbeaten run to ten matches in all competitions - the club's longest for more than five years.
Cheadle Heath Nomads meanwhile gave themselves renewed hope of climbing out of the bottom two as they defeated Mossley Hill 2-1.
* On Wednesday night, there was another twist in the title race as leaders Chorley were beaten 4-1 by Bradford City, who are five points off the pace and have three games in hand. South Durham & Cestria moved to within one points of Chorley by beating Wakefield 3-0.
Stoke City completed the League and Cup 'double' by lifting the League Cup on Sunday, but only after an astonishing 8-4 victory over Lichfield Diamonds at Stafford Rangers FC.
Leafield did take a first half lead through Leigh Dugmore but Stoke were soon back on terms through a penalty from Chantelle Gallagher. The teams went into the half time break with the score at 3-3 but in the second half, Stoke grew stronger and three goals in the second half eventually saw them on their way to victory.
Laura Garside, the league's leading goalscorer, went on to bag a hat-trick for Stoke, Cassie Hyde added a brace and the others came from Dawn Mallett and Becci Knight. Dugmore completed her double for Leafield with Donna Hawkins and Hayley Sturridge-Packer joining her on the scoresheet.
South East Combination
Ipswich Town held on to second place in the table despite being held to a 2-2 draw by Crystal Palace, who picked up only their fourth point of the season.
Chichester City were unable to take advantage as they drew themselves, Lauren Ellis scoring their goal as they shared a 1-1 scoreline with Arlesey Town.
Norwich City are still in with a chance of a top three finish and they kept those hopes alive by beating Cambridge Women 3-0, courtesy of a Kate Parsons hat-trick.
Milton Keynes Dons will end the season in fifth place after completing their campaign with a 1-0 victory over Ebbsfleet Utd, Charley Wright scoring the only goal of the game via a 25-yard free kick just before half time.
* On Tuesday night, Ipswich Town sewed up the runners-up position as Amy Howlett and an Amanda Everett penalty earned them a 2-0 win away to Brentwood Town.
South West Combination
Keynsham Town continue to set the pace at the top of the table, goals from Giovana Alves and Ashley Reinecke giving them a 2-0 victory over University of Portsmouth which keeps them five points clear.
Oxford Utd stayed hard on Keynsham's heels in second place with a 3-0 success away to third placed Plymouth Argyle. Lauren Allison netted twice and Natasha Caswell the other for Oxford whose goalkeeper Hannah Cox also saved a penalty. Oxford are due to meet Keynsham this Sunday in what is a virtual title decider.
Southampton Saints meanwhile notched up a 2-1 victory over fourth placed Forest Green Rovers, courtesy of a goal in each half from Becki Lendrum.
Kayley Lane and Dani Salt were on the scoresheet as Newquay returned from Exeter City with a 2-1 victory under their belts.
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