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 Women's Football News 24 May 2013
East Midlands League
Mansfield Town have been confirmed as Premier Division Champions, but only after the nerviest of endings to a season.
Steel City Wanderers went into their final match of the campaign needing to beat Rise Park by six clear goals in order to pip Mansfield to the title or five to force a play-off match. As it turned out, the Steels led at half time through a Sam Hallam goal and then netted three times in the last fifteen minutes but could not add a fifth goal and this left Mansfield as title winners on goal difference, by just one goal. Both Hallam and Sarah Smith each scored twice but the Steels finish in second place, albeit their highest ever league position in their 20th season. 
Eastern Region League
Newly crowned Champions C & K Basildon notched up another victory on Sunday, goals from Nicola Carty and Nicole Farmer earning them a 2-1 success away to Stevenage Borough. Billericay Town meanwhile followed up their League Cup success seven days earlier by clinching the runners-up spot with a 2-0 victory over Barking, Nicola Dunsdon scoring both goals. Great Shelford took third place after Lucy Du Plooy grabbed the only goal of the game in their 1-0 win over Bedford Ladies.
The position of runners-up was also decided in Division One North, AFC Sudbury claiming second place by beating title winners Lowestoft Town 3-1 thanks to Charlotte Churchman, Rachel Gwilliam and Annalise Ryan. Haverhill Rovers meanwhile ran out 4-1 winners over Acle and will finish in fourth.
In Division One South, Leverstock Green needed a victory in their final match in order to finish second and they duly defeated West Billericay 5-1. Joanne Williams was on target twice along with Heather Eaton, Sally Green and Nicola Hollick. 
London & South East League
Fulham Compton OB captured the Division One (London) title with a 6-0 victory over Luton Town Res. Carshalton Athletic could have overhauled Fulham Compton if they had been beaten but their own chances were ended by a 1-0 defeat away to MSA Ladies, who avenged their defeat in the John Greenacre Memorial Trophy Final seven days earlier. 
North East League
The Premier Division fixtures have all been completed but the destination of the title has still not been confirmed. Laura Darmody, Haley English, Vicky Mudd and Laura Finch were all on the scoresheet as Chester-le-Street Town won 4-2 at Hull City and they are two points ahead of Peterlee St Francis who beat York City 3-2, thanks to a Becky Robinson brace and an own goal. Due to an outstanding appeal issued with the FA, the final standings will not be confirmed until 29th May. Caroline Hulme hit a hat-trick with Caroline Cropp and Rachael White adding the others for Guiseley in their 5-3 victory over Castleford White Rose.
The League Cup Final was played on Sunday and Doncaster Belles upset the odds for the fourth time in this season's competition as the Southern Division runners-up triumphed 1-0 over Premier Division Barnsley in the final. Megan Wilson's late second half goal secured the trophy in a run where the Belles beat four of the final top five in the Premier Division table.
South West League
The last Premier Division match of the season saw Bridgwater Town win 1-0 against Cleeve West Town, Gabriella Coles scoring the only goal of the game.
In Eastern Division One, third placed Swindon Spitfires rounded off their campaign with a 4-0 victory over Poole Town. Laura Ball was on target twice along with Emma Skinner and Emily Sparkes. 
West Midlands League
TNS Ladies did their chances of a top four finish a power of good as they won 4-2 away to Hereford Pegasus. Allscott meanwhile got the better of Cannock in a high scoring battle, winning 5-3.
Walsall were confirmed as Division One North title winners in midweek and they finished off their season in style, scoring six without reply against Cottage Farm Rangers.
Malvern Town and Lye Town both remain in the bottom three places in Division One South after they battled out a 2-2 draw.

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