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East Midlands League
Newly crowned Champions Steel City Wanderers rounded off their successful campaign with a 5-1 victory away to AFC Trinity. Clare Keats netted two of the goals and the others came from Leanne Duke, Beth Gingell and Cheryl Mawhood to ensure that the Steels win the league by a margin of eight points.
The final match of the season took place in Division One North with runners-up Notts County Development scoring seven times without reply against Grimsby Town.
Eastern Region League
Great Shelford carried off the League Cup on Sunday with a 1-0 victory over Billericay Town in the Final at Soham. Sophie Hopkin scored the only goal of the game as Great Shelford won the trophy for the first time.
The League Plate Final also turned out to be a very close affair with just a solitary goal deciding matters. This time it was Royston Town who were 1-0 winners against Hutton, thanks to a strike from substitute Hannah Mardell.
Bedford Ladies meanwhile secured the Premier Division title by winning 3-0 away to Haringey Borough. Ella Meadowcroft, Chloe Scott and Lucy Bateman all scored a goal apiece to put Bedford beyond the reach of their rivals with a game to spare, while Billericay Town will have to settle for runners-up in both competitions.
London & South East League
Tottenham Hotspur Development finished off their season on a winning note in Division One (London), running out 4-1 winners over Regents Park Rangers who ended the campaign with just one point to their name.
North East League
The League Cup semi finals were played on Sunday and Guiseley made their way through with a 4-3 extra time victory over Hull City. Tanya Rich and Michelle Walsh scored both goals for Guiseley with Rebecca Beech (2) and Sian Bentley replying for Hull, who suffered agony for the second week in succession.
Guiseley's opponents in the Final will be York City who defeated Peterlee St Francis 2-1 in the other semi final. Lauren Shuttleworth and Lisa Bjornstad, from the penalty spot. scored the goals to take York through to this Sunday's Final.
Southern Region League
Maidenhead Utd have won the league title after emerging victorious from the title showdown with Woodley Utd on Sunday. Maidenhead went into the game requiring a win to be sure of becoming Champions whilst Woodley still had another match to play and needing to avoid defeat. With five minutes remaining, Woodley led 2-1 thanks to a brace of goals from Ranai Bird but Ryan Salmon's team hit back late on to win 3-2, Hannah Summers firing in a long range free kick for the title clinching goal, to add to Olivia Buzaglo and Zoe Clifford's earlier strikes. Woodley, who topped the table for the vast majority of the season, still require one more point to be sure of finishing as runners-up as Gosport Borough remain in with a chance after beating Parley Sports 8-1. Leanne Griffiths-Lower led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Jessica Lewry contributed a double and there was one apiece from Kelly Baker and Charmaine True.
West Midlands League
TNS Ladies leapfrogged Hereford Pegasus in the Premier Division after defeating them 5-1 in the only match to go ahead on Sunday.
The destiny of the Division One South title has been decided following a close fought battle all season long and it is Crusaders who are the Champions, clinching the title with a 6-1 victory over Kenilworth Town. Knowle take the runners-up spot, one point ahead of Marston Green who ran out 4-1 winners in their final game away to Studley. Malvern Town meanwhile guaranteed themselves a top four place after beating Lye Town 3-0.
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