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The three horse title race is now set to go to the wire after two of the main contenders met each other on Sunday and it was leaders Chorley who emerged as 1-0 victors over Bradford City, Scarlett Smith scoring the only goal of the game.
South Durham & Cestria meanwhile were held to a 2-2 draw by Mossley Hill and trail Chorley by three points but have a game in hand and a superior goal difference. Megan Brodie scored both for Mossley, one from the penalty spot, while South Durham replied through Zoe Ness and Yasmine Hardy.
Middlesbrough stay in fourth place after scoring six times without reply away to Wakefield. Danni Scarr and Sarah Manning each netted twice for 'Boro whose other goals came from Jasmine McNaught and Emily Scott.
Sheffield Utd Community scored their first goal in three games (all away) but it proved to be enough to secure maximum points at Liverpool Feds, Heather Craddock scoring the goal to give United a 1-0 win.
Stockport County are sure to be disappointed that their season has come to an end. They finished up by winning 3-1 away to Leeds City Vixens, stretching their unbeaten run to eleven matches in the process.
Huddersfield Town can still pip Stockport to a top half place and they kept that chance alive by beating Cheadle Heath Nomads 5-1. The prolific Emily Heckler once again led the scoring with a four-goal haul and Laura Windle was also on target.
* On Wednesday night, Bradford City put their title challenge back on course by winning 1-0 at Wakefield, Chantelle O'Hara grabbing the only goal of the game.
South East Combination
Champions Chesham Utd completed their successful campaign with an unbeaten record as they finished up by winning 4-0 away to Crystal Palace. Kat Bowers scored twice with Shan Woodward and Anneka Nuttell also on target.
Ipswich Town will finish the season as runners-up and their final game saw them share four goals with Arlesey Town, who will end up in the bottom two as a result.
Chichester City meanwhile rounded off a very good first season in the league with a 3-0 victory over Brentwood Town. Hollie Wride, Lucie Challen and Jade Widdowson scored the goals to secure a top three place for the Sussex side whilst Brentwood, despite the defeat, will finish out of the bottom two.
Norwich City end up in fourth after they were beaten 3-0 by Luton Town, for whom Michelle Byrne netted twice along with an own goal.
*On Tuesday night, Luton Town kept up their recent good form with a 4-1 win against Crystal Palace in their match at Kenilworth Road. Amy Summerfield, Zara Carroll, Rachel Kosky and Laura Day were all on target for Luton.
South West Combination
Oxford Utd are now in the driving seat in the title race following their narrow 2-1 victory over rivals Keynsham Town on Sunday. Lauren Allison scored both goals to ensure that her side need to win each of their three remaining games to be crowned as Champions.
Plymouth Argyle made sure of a top three finish after they defeated Southampton Saints 4-3. Bow Jackson netted her first goal for the Argyle first team to add to further strikes from Emily Mousley, Katie Middleton and Rachael Javan.
Exeter City meanwhile notched up their biggest win of the season to keep alive their outside chance of a top half finish in their first campaign in the league. A Helen Kukor hat-trick plus Tash Knapman (2), Lola Sanchez (2), Marika Ghiglia and Kirsty Caunter steered Exeter to a 9-2 win away to University of Portsmouth.
* On Wednesday night, goals from Kirsty Caunter, Emma Redwood and Lola Sanchez earned Exeter City a 3-0 victory over Keynsham Development.
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