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Eastern Region League
The title race is still up for grabs but Bedford Ladies have matters firmly in their hands following their 3-2 win away to Barking. Natasha Fensome, Rebecca Vass and Eden Washington netted the goals for Bedford who need two points from their remaining two games in order to put themselves in an unattainable position. Only Billericay Town can now prevent them from winning it, they kept the race alive by beating Leverstock Green 10-3. Sophie Whiting led the scoring with a five-goal haul along with Paris Smith (2), Sally Appleton, Hayley Spallin and Marie Barker as Billericay gamely kept up the chase but they will require Bedford to slip up if they are to stay in with a chance.
Division One North title winners Acle Ladies completed their campaign with a 4-2 win away to Bar Hill, which sees them finish with a six point margin ahead of runners-up AFC Sudbury. Haverhill Rovers, who had a good second half to the season, ended in third place after drawing 1-1 with Ipswich Wanderers, who netted through Emma Goldsmith with Stacey Roper replying.
C & K Basildon Res face a wait to find out if they will finish in second place in Division One South following their 2-2 draw with West Billericay. Aimee Pooley and Katy Judd were on target for West Billericay with Basildon responding through Kirsty Knight and Angela Mottram. Royston Town are the team which can still overtake them and they stay in the running after beating Stevenage Borough Res 3-1 thanks to Grace Leslie, Emma Phipps and an own goal.
London & South East League
One match was played in the league on Sunday, in Division One (London) where Colne Valley won 4-3 away to Regents Park Rangers to secure themselves a fourth place finish.
North East League
Norton & Stockton Ancients won the Premier Division title on Sunday after Hull City were unable to pick up the result they required to overhaul them. The Tigers needed a victory in their final match at Barnsley but will have to settle for second place after the game ended level at 1-1. Rebecca Fevers gave Barnsley a first half lead which was cancelled out after the break by Ellice Jackman but Hull could not get the extra goal they wanted to take the Championship.
South West League
Brislington are the winners of the Eastern Division after emphatically picking up the win that they needed. The young side netted fifteen times without reply past Forest Green Rovers Res in order to climb above long time leaders Gloucester City and are promoted to the top flight. Emily Plummer led the spree with a four-goal haul, Kimberly Maggs weighed in with a hat-trick, and the total was completed by doubles from Georgia Vandries, Sophie Whelan, Abbie Kirby and Vicky Powell.
Callington Town completed their campaign in the Western Division with a 3-0 victory over Taunton Town, Kat Marment scoring twice along with Kate Bourn. Lizzy Jenkins and Leanne Stanbury netted the goals for Bude Town as they won 2-1 away to Illogan Ladies, who replied through Monica Lewis.
Southern Region League
The Premier Division title race is now down to two challengers and they are set to meet in a vital showdown this coming Sunday. Maidenhead Utd will go into the meeting with a two-point lead and will clinch the title with a victory. They took over the leadership on Sunday with two victories in a double header against Parley Sports. They won the first meeting 2-1 with goals from Olivia Buzaglo and Zoe Clifford and Buzaglo was also on target as the second game went 4-2 in their favour, the other goals coming from Catherine Butts, Tracy Corkett and Lucy Smith. Woodley Utd would also be crowned Champions with a win, they battled out a 3-3 draw with Gosport Borough whose interest in the title race ended as a result. Woodley had led 3-1 at one stage thanks to Charlotte Chard, Deanna Peters and Lauren Hosking but Gosport fought back with goals from Emma Pickering and Rebecca Barron, to add to Kelly Baker's earlier strike.
Division One runners-up Fleetlands ended the season with a 3-2 victory over Ascot Utd, which means they finish three points behind title winners Newbury Ladies.
West Midlands League
FC Reedswood had clinched the league title seven days earlier and they celebrated at the expense of Wednesfield Town, beating them 11-1. Leamington Lions still have a chance of taking the runners-up spot and they maintained those hopes with a 2-1 success away to TNS Ladies.
Just a single point now covers the top three in Division One South, headed on goal difference by Crusaders who replaced Knowle at the top by winning 5-1 away to Wyre Forest Phoenix. Marston Green are a further point behind in third place following their 2-1 victory over Solihull Ladies Res. Malvern Town head the chasing teams after they defeated Redditch Utd 4-0. Coventry Development netted five times without reply past Worcester Utd and Lye Town were 4-2 winners at Studley.
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