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Mossley Hill finished off their league campaign with a 6-0 victory over Leeds City Vixens and they must now wait and see whether their points total will be overhauled. Carla Lee led the scoring with a four-goal haul and also on target were Carmen Triaono and Leanne Doyle from the penalty spot. The win guarantees Mossley Hill a top three place - their highest ever finish - but Huddersfield require four points from four games in order to pip them to the title. Chorley can also overhaul the Merseysiders by winning their last two games.
In the other game to be played, Liverpool Feds strengthened their position in the top half of the table by winning 4-2 away to Sheffield Utd Community. Aimee Hand, Rosie Havelin, Danielle Evans and Jade Collins were the Feds' markswomen.
Copsewood (Coventry) have gone even further ahead at the top of the table following a 1-0 success away to Leafield Athletic, whose hopes of finishing in the top three have come to an end. A tight game was settled late on when Leah Williams scored the only goal of the game to help title winners Copsewood stretch their advantage to thirteen points.
Curzon Ashton are out of the bottom two places after they defeated Mansfield Town 3-2. Clare Daly, Laura Garner and Masa Butler were all on target for Curzon with Mansfield replying through Rebecca Davis and Jemma Douglas.
South East Combination
Queen's Park Rangers held on to the leadership with a 3-1 victory at Norwich City. Stacey Sowden scored twice and Leah Jones the other to end Norwich's remaining interest in the title race and ensure that a win in their final match against Luton Town will guarantee Rangers as Champions.
C & K Basildon kept up the chase in second place by scoring seven without reply away to Brentwood Town. Amy Nash and Karissa Rodney were each on target twice along with Hannah Porter, Zoe Rushen and Sara Sinclair.
Enfield Town moved up into fourth place after sharing a 1-1 draw with Ipswich Town. Vicky Lewis was on the scoresheet for Enfield while Amanda Everett scored for Ipswich who concluded their campaign by drawing for the ninth time.
Luton Town banished any lingering fears of finishing at the bottom by picking up maximum points from a double header with Ebbsfleet Utd. Jess McKay and Erica Byron ensured that Luton were 2-0 winners in the first meeting and they followed this up with a 3-0 success, given to them by Byron, Maisie Wyatt and Natalie Richardson.
* On Wednesday night, the top two teams met each other in the semi finals of the League Cup with C & K Basildon beating Queen's Park Rangers 2-1. Sara Sinclair gave C & K a first half lead which was cancelled out by Leah Jones, before Zoe Rushen scored an extra time winner. C & K will play either Norwich City or Enfield Town in the Final.
South West Combination
Forest Green Rovers' late surge of form has taken them into second place after they ran out 4-0 winners over Shaklin on Sunday. Annie Martin scored twice along with Sarah Stacey and an own goal to give their side a third win in succession.
Plymouth Argyle now have matters in their hands though, despite battling out a goalless draw with Chichester City. The result was a big blow to Chichester's chances whilst Argyle are in third place, with games in hand on the teams above them.
Exeter City also received a huge setback to their title challenge as they went down to a 3-1 defeat away to Southampton Saints. After conceding an early goal, Krystal Whyte levelled the scores for the Saints and they went on to take the points with further strikes from Sheriden Palk and Kat Littleboy.
University of Portsmouth kept their survival hopes alive when they shared a 1-1 draw with Keynsham Development, who are on the verge of safety following this result.
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