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Northern Division One
It's advantage Liverpool Marshalls Feds after their top of the table clash with Guiseley AFC Vixens finished in a 1-1 draw. Levi Wensley was on target for the Feds, who require a win from their last game in order to clinch the title, whilst Guiseley scored through Becky Kendell.
Leeds Ladies moved back into third place with a 2-0 victory over Middlesbrough, which was given to them by second half goals from Lauren Griffiths and Nicola Devine.
The points were shared as Chester-le-Street and Mossley Hill battled out a 1-1 draw, Hayley English netting for the Cestrians with Mossley replying through Sophie Perry.
Midlands Division One
Loughborough Foxes further stretched their lead to seven points with a 5-2 victory away to Rotherham Utd. Jodie White was on target twice for the leaders along with Laura Steele, Paige Crossman and Emma Pilling while Nat Shaw hit a brace in reply for the home side.
Radcliffe Olympic's winning run was checked as they were held to a 2-2 draw by FC Reedswood. Kim Harford and Brogan Jones scored the goals for Radcliffe but strikes from Rebecca Knight and Irina Ranaivosoa earned Reedswood one of their best results of the season.
Loughborough Students' season ended in defeat, being edged out by the odd goal in five by Solihull Ladies. Carly Brown, Tanya Dickinson and Naomi Hunter were the markswomen for Solihull, who look set for a mid-table finish, while on target for the students were Kate Aldridge and Amelia Cruwys.
Leafield Athletic kept their top three hopes alive by scoring seven without reply past Leicester City Ladies. Gabriella Reid led the scoring with a four-goal haul and the others came from Jessica Lippiatt, Alice Bowles and an own goal.
Steel City Wanderers recorded a vital 3-0 win against Mansfield Town which keeps their survival chances alive. All of the Steels' goals came in the second half, Paige Unwin netting twice along with Cheryl Mawhood.
South East Division One
Despite being held to a 2-2 draw by Cambridge Women, C & K Basildon remain in the driving seat at the top of the table as they still lead by two points, with three matches left to play. Karissa Rodney and Sara Sinclair scored the goals for C & K, with Cambridge replying through Laura Baker and Nuala Wayne.
Second met third in an important clash in the title race and neither were able to make up ground on leaders C & K, as Milton Keynes Dons and Crystal Palace battled out a goalless draw.
The other game in the division also culminated in a draw, Ipswich Town and Luton Town finishing level at 1-1. Roxanne Small netted for Ipswich and on target for Luton was Rebecca Wilson-Kane.
South West Division One
Forest Green Rovers have been confirmed as Champions but only after an uncomfortable wait as Exeter City attempted to overhaul them on goal difference against Cheltenham Town. The Devon side needed to win by eleven clear goals in order to pip them to the title and they had a good go but could 'only' manage an 8-0 victory. Tash Knapman led the scoring with four goals and Kirsty Caunter weighed in with a hat-trick, with Vicky Barter also getting on the scoresheet for Exeter who have to settle for the runners-up spot.
Shanklin continue to finish the season well with another win on their travels. Katy Rawlinson gave them the lead via a spectacular 50-yard strike and Chloe Parkes added the other goal.
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