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East Midlands League
The clash between the Premier Division's top two teams in the League Cup Final ended in an emphatic victory for current leaders Nettleham who beat holders Steel City Wanderers 6-2. Stacey Aisthorpe proved the big difference between the two teams as she scored Nettleham's first four goals. Tania Venigrova and Zuzana Pramukova were the other scorers, with Zoe Beresford and Cheryl Mawhood netting for Steels.
The League Plate went the way of Lutterworth Athletic who defeated Mansfield Hosiery Mills 4-0. Carly Pegg was on target twice for Lutterworth along with Helen Busby and Lucy O'Byrne.
AFC Trinity are off the bottom of the Premier Division table after a solitary strike from Laura Sutherland gave them a 1-0 win away to Real Utd.
Grimsby Town remain on course for a top three finish in Division One North as they beat Retford Utd 5-1.
In Division One South, Raunds Town ran out 6-0 winners over Loughborough Students (2006) thanks to a Leah-Louise Stacey brace, Karen Britchford, Natasha Folwell, Samantha-Jo Pebody and Georgina Powell.
Eastern Region League
Lowestoft Town are back on top of the Premier Division after they defeated Billericay Town 4-2. Natasha Thomas and Chantelle Keevil each scored twice to help their team regain the leadership. Great Shelford moved back up the table as a Sophie Hopkin hat-trick, Georgia Day, Kate Saunders and Alison Wright earned them a 6-2 victory over Haringey Borough. Carly Vigors (2), Carly Copplestone and Hayley Piggott were on the scoresheet for Barking in their 4-2 success at Leverstock Green whilst Peterborough Sports ran out 4-1 winners over Sawbridgeworth Town, Jessica Farchica and Jade Ram each scoring twice.
One match was played in Division One North, Witham Town edging out Norwich City Res 3-2 with goals from Emily Adams, Lynsey Bowman and Georgia Raby.
In Division One South, Hoddesdon Owls are virtually certain to finish third after Leah Dunnage (2), Kristina O'Connell, Natasha Crick and Daniela Martucci gave them a 5-0 success away to Stevenage Borough Res. West Billericay moved above Royston Town by beating them 2-1, Katy Judd netting both goals, whilst a Grace Sale hat-trick, Lucy Hudson double and an own goal saw Hutton to a 6-1 victory over Baldock Town.
London & South East League
Crystal Palace require four points from their remaining three games in order to finish as Champions following their 2-0 victory away to Eastbourne Town. This leaves Palace three points behind London Corinthians who have now completed their fixtures. Crawley Wasps will finish in third place after winning 5-1 at Kikk FC.
Carshalton Athletic meanwhile clinched the Division One (London) title with a 4-0 victory over Regents Park Rangers.
North East League
Hull City need to win both of their remaining games in order to take the Premier Division title. This is the situation after they defeated Norton & Stockton Ancients 2-1 in what a must win game for the Tigers. A win or a draw would have seen Norton as Champions but now they face a waiting game after two Rebecca Beech goals put matters in Hull's hands. Guiseley look likely to finish third following their 3-1 win over Whitley Bay in which Tanya Rich (2) and Nadine Bates scored, while Peterlee St Francis were 3-0 victors against Hessle Town.
The title race in the Northern Division will also go to the wire after Tynedale won 7-1 against Middlesbrough Lionesses. Christine Murray hit four goals along with Joanne Dixon (2) and Lauren Ray for Tynedale who need to beat Kader FC by three or more goals in order to finish above Lowick Utd.
North West League
Morecambe are confirmed as Premier Division Champions after picking up maximum points from a double header with Burnley Girls & Ladies. Crewe Alexandra meanwhile exchanged victories with Chester City and will have to settle for second place. Blackpool Wren Rovers are set to finish third following two emphatic wins over City of Manchester. Blackpool meanwhile completed their campaign by running out 4-1 winners over Northwich Vixens.
Blackburn Community also registered the result they needed to secure the Division One North title, a 2-1 victory against Stockport County Res. Kendal Town are in line to finish fifth following their 4-3 win over Leigh RMI whilst Carlisle Utd notched up a 5-1 success at Bury Girls & Ladies and Padiham recorded two victories over Penrith AFC.
In Division One South, Ellesmere Port Town made sure of finishing in second place after they won 3-1 away to Macclesfield Town.
South West League
Premier Division runners-up Cheltenham Town rounded off their campaign by scoring nine time without reply past Frome Town. Ashleigh Hebbon bagged a hat-trick along with doubles from Kim Hewlett and Sarah Haden, with Charlie Griffin and Catherine Reilly completing the tally.
Eastern Division leaders Gloucester City defeated Nailsea Utd 7-1 and must wait and see if they have done enough to land the title. Laura Stephens was on target four times along with Ashleigh Watson (2) and Emily Skipp. Brislington need to avoid defeat in their final match in order to finish above them. They made the tough trip to Poole Town who had won eleven and drawn the other of their last twelve leagues games but it was Brislington who took the points via a 5-4 victory, Emily Plummer hitting a hat-trick with Sophie Whelan and Yazmin Laver as their other markswomen.
Torquay Utd have already won the Western Division title but are showing no signs of slowing up. Laura Gough scored a hat-trick along with Vicki Fannon, Louisa Stentiford-Crook, Sian Chapman and an own goal as Torquay defeated Bude Town 7-0 to stay six points ahead of Marine Academy Plymouth, who won 7-2 at Launceston thanks to a Sam Drewery hat-trick and braces from Jade Bryan and Eden May. Taunton Town edged out Plymstock Utd by the odd goal in seven with strikes from Hannah Forse (2), Claire Dawe and Roanna Gawen.
Southern Region League
Woodley Utd picked up the first of a potential league and cup 'double' when Deanna Peters (2), Joanne Walsh-Perks and Laura Woodley gave them a 4-2 League Cup Final win over Parley Sports, who replied through Ayuma Asira and Rosie Williams.
Gosport Borough lifted the Chairman's Cup after beating Andover New Street 5-2 after extra time. Leanne Griffiths-Lower scored a hat-trick and Emma Pickering the other two, with Nikki Barnes and Michaela Tobin replying.
In the Premier Division, Bracknell Town and Mansfield Road shared a 2-2 draw with Bracknell winning the return meeting of their double header 2-1.
Milton Keynes City will finish in third place in Division One after they defeated Southampton Women 4-0, Shannon Brown scoring twice along with Danielle Metcalfe and Gina Burns.
West Midlands League
FC Reedswood have been made to wait at least one more game before they can be confirmed as Champions. They battled out a 1-1 draw with third placed Leamington Lions whilst TNS Ladies, the only remaining team which can still catch them, beat Coventrians 5-1.
In Division One North, Wyrley Ladies defeated Florence 4-1 and sit in second place but Pelsall Villa, who were 14-1 winners over Cottage Farm Rangers, will pip them to the runners-up spot if they avoid defeat in their final game. Shrewsbury Ladies meanwhile came back from Coseley Town with a 3-0 victory under their belts.
Marston Green scored nine without reply against Redditch Utd to close the gap on the top two in Division One South. Kenilworth Town defeated Studley 3-1 and Lye Town were 3-2 victors away to Coventry Development.
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