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Chorley kept their title hopes alive for at least one more game after beating Tranmere Rovers 4-0. Kathy Beech, Olivia Millington, Rachel Wood and Sam Cadwallader scored the goals to take Chorley within two points of the leadership but leaders Huddersfield Town will clinch the title if they beat Wakefield this Sunday.
Chester-le-Street Town meanwhile are still in with a chance of a top half place following their 6-1 win away to Cheadle Heath Nomads. Laura Darmody was on target twice for the Cestrians along with Rae Taylor, Lisa Garbutt, Roisin Turnbull and Brogan Prudhoe.
Copsewood (Coventry)'s chances of ending the season unbeaten are over after they went down to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of runners-up Leicester City Women. Fiona Worts scored both goals for City with Sarah Rowles replying for Copsewood.
It seems likely though that Loughborough Foxes were the unfortunate side to catch the backlash as Copsewood finished their successful league campaign by beating them 12-1. Abiyola Riley led the spree with a four-goal haul while Nicola Foskett and Sarah Rowles each weighed in with hat-tricks, with Leah Williams and Samantha-Jade French completing the tally.
Copsewood will be setting their sights on a second trophy this Sunday with Loughborough Students standing in their way in the League Cup Final.
South East Combination
Luton Town are out of the bottom two after they defeated Norwich City 4-2. Erica Byron, Jess McKay, Natalie Richardson and Jessica Nash were all on target for Luton while Norwich, who can still claim third place, replied with strikes from Anna Larkin and Rosi Webb.
There was better news for Norwich in midweek as they reached the League Cup Final by beating Enfield Town 3-2. Vicki Stephens, Bryony Radley and Paige Shorten scored the goals to book Norwich a date in the Final against C & K Basildon on Sunday 11th May.
South West Combination
Swindon Town still hold on to their long term leadership but the other challengers are ganging up behind them and are now within striking distance.
These are still led by Forest Green Rovers who held on to second place with a 2-0 victory over Southampton Saints. Sarah Stacey scored both goals to move Forest Green to within a single point of Swindon.
Plymouth Argyle still have matters in their hands and are further point adrift in third, with games in hand, following their 2-1 win against Shanklin. A headed Laura Perrett goal from a pinpoint Ezme Wells cross and a tap in for Ellie Dorey after the keeper spilled a Katie Middleton free kick gave Argyle three vital points as they continue to close in on the league title.
Chichester City meanwhile put a dent in the hopes of Exeter City whilst keeping their own alive with a 5-2 victory. Kally Ambler netted twice for Chichester and she was joined on the scoresheet by Taylor McGlashan and Lizzie Laws.
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