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East Midlands League
Long Eaton Utd were confirmed as Premier Division title winners despite not having a game on Sunday. Bedworth Utd's 1-0 defeat at the hands of Rise Park, courtesy of a Jessica Waplington goal, means that Long Eaton can no be longer be caught. Mansfield Town are now leading the running for second place after an Androulle Kokkinou double and Georgianne Herring gave them a 3-0 victory over Kettering Town. Holly Newman netted twice along with Stacey Aisthorpe and Michelle Marshall as Nettleham won 4-1 against Arnold Town.
The outcome of the Division One North title race was also decided with Mansfield Hosiery Mills picking up the win they needed, 5-1 against Cleethorpes Town. Beth Wilcockson was on target twice along with Amy Dawson, Amy Jones and Kelly Staples. Gedling Town are looking on course for a top three finish after scoring nine times without reply past Sandiacre Town. Hayley Brown led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Jenna Stocks weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Demi-Leigh Crofts, Saqqara Nugent and Louisa Payne. Faye Brown (2), Justine Turley and Jenna Yates netted the goals for Ruddington Village in their 4-4 draw with Lincoln Moorlands Railway, who replied through an Alice Hayes double, Verity Cooper and Chloe Winchester. Kirsty Shaw bagged a hat-trick for Winterton Rangers as they won 10-1 against Alfreton Town. Sophie Hibbert (2), Hayley Shaw (2), Lindsey Hughes, Alex McNeive and Lottie Soar completed the tally. After fourteen straight defeats, Teversal recorded their first points of the season when beating Sleaford Town 3-2 thanks to Kylie Goddard (2) and Lauren Toon.
In Division One South, Moulton Ladies got back to winning ways and are three points off the pace, with three games in hand, after beating Heather St Johns 4-2. Emma Dunmore led the scoring with a hat-trick and Charlotte Penney was also on target. Olivia Bramley (2), Samantha Hargrave and Sophie Tew were all on the scoresheet as third placed Oadby & Wigston Dynamo defeated Rothwell Corinthians 4-0.
Eastern Region League
Stevenage Ladies took over top spot in the Premier Division and need to win one of their remaining two games in order to capture the title. Donna McGuigan and Nicole Perschky scored their goals, with Sophie Jeffery replying. Great Wakering are off the bottom of the table at the expense of Great Shelford after beating them 5-0, courtesy of a goal apiece from Gabrielle Bailey, Helen Clifford, Rhianne Cunningham, Rebecca Dalgarno and Georgia Holdaway.
Royston Town have clinched the Division One West crown after picking up the result they needed, Samantha Tinsley led the scoring as Royston ran out 4-1 winners over Colney Heath, with Daniella Lewis adding the other goal.
Writtle completed the semi final line up in the Division One Cup with a 3-1 victory against Silver End. Sophie Vale hit a hat-trick to take Writtle into the last four, with Silver End's consolation coming from Rebecca Hollocks.
London & South East League
Champions AFC Wimbledon completed their successful season with an unbeaten record following a 2-1 success away to Herne Bay, who look set to finish in fourth place. Alysha Clements scored a last minute winner for the Dons to add to Kelly-Jade Whelan's earlier strike, with Kate Foster replying. Helen Ogle netted both goals for Fulham FC Foundation as they won 2-1 against Crawley Wasps.
North East League
Brighouse Town's title charge was checked as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Boldon Ladies on Sunday. Jodie Redgrave and Jessica Doyle were on target for Brighouse while the home side replied through Elizabeth Thompson-Clarke and Alisha Prest. Nevertheless, Brighouse still have a twelve point advantage over Barnsley, who have three games in hand. Drew Greene netted four times while Darcie Greene and Kathryn Smith were also on target for Barnsley in their 6-1 victory over Tynedale. Whitley Bay's quest for a top three place gathered pace as they also won 6-1 against Sheffield Utd Community, Leanne Anderson hitting a hat-trick along with Sarah Bennett, Steph Ord and Chloe Roylance. Hessle Town and Scunthorpe & Bottesford remain just two points apart after they battled out a goalless draw.
One match went ahead in the Northern Division, goals from Katy McGurk, Kelly Loughhead and Catherine Johnston earning Prudhoe Town a 3-3 draw against Redcar Town, who replied through Lisa Byrne, Ellie Turner and Beth Enderwick. Gateshead Rutherford Ravens are back on top of the table after they were awarded a win by default.
It was a good day for Oughtibridge as they strengthened their position at the top of the Southern Division. Codi Melia bagged a hat-trick with Jenny Selman (2), Lauren Turner (2) and Laura Cain adding the others in their 8-1 victory over Ossett Albion whilst Farsley Celtic suffered their first defeat, 3-2 at the hands of Westella & Willerby who scored through a Molly Storey brace and Demi-Jo Watson. Sophie Eyre scored the only goal as third placed Sheffield Wednesday won 1-0 against Doncaster Belles (Women's). Malet Lambert YC and Rovers Foundation Ladies shared eight goals, an Ellie Tanser hat-trick and Georgie Warvill were on target for Malet with Jess Andrew (2), Tara Fisher and Jenna McGee responding for Rovers. Sandra Clarke netted a brace along with Louise Donnelly, Jade Holt and Emma Lansdall for Harrogate Railway as they defeated Handsworth 5-1.
North West League
After their 100% winning run came to a halt in midweek, leaders Crewe Alexandra drew for the second match in a row when they finished level at 1-1 with third placed Bolton Wanderers. Crewe still head the table by seven points from Manchester Stingers and both teams have four games left to play. On a day of near full parity, Accrington Girls & Ladies shared eight goals with Blackpool whilst Blackburn Community and Wigan Athletic battled out a 2-2 draw. The only winners on the day were City of Manchester who beat Birkenhead 2-0.
CMB Ladies have kept up the chase in Division One North and a 2-1 win away to Carlisle Utd has seen them catch leaders PNE Development, with a game in hand. Kendal Town remain fully in the mix as well after they beat Bury Girls & Ladies 3-1 to step up their challenge. Penrith AFC are another team finishing the season in good form and still have an outside title chance following their 2-0 success away to Preston North End Ladies. At the other end of the table, Workington Reds boosted their survival hopes with a vital 1-0 win against Leigh RMI.
MSB Woolton ensured they made a swift return to the summit of Division One South, thanks to a 4-2 victory away to Ellesmere Port Town. Warrington Wolverines are four points off the pace in fourth following their 3-1 win at Altrincham. Liverpool Marshalls Feds Res emerged as 2-1 winners from their local derby with Liverpool City Ladies Community, who remain at the foot of the table.
South West League
Brislington require four points from their final two matches in order to capture the Premier Division title. They did their cause no harm with a 2-0 win away to Torquay Utd, goals coming from Chloe Rogers and Georgia Vandries. Bishop's Lydeard are looking on course for third place following their 9-1 victory over Bristol Ladies Union. Rosie Williams was on target four times and Holly Miller weighed in with a brace, with Jemma Bowker, Dawna Dennett and Kitty Wells completing the scoring.
Yeovil Town Intermediate went into their final match of the season requiring a point to confirm themselves as Eastern Division Champions and they clinched it in style with a 5-1 victory over Forest Green Rovers Res. Colette Martin netted twice and there was one apiece from Hannah Eglon, Harriet King and Olivia Watts. Third placed Poole Town also made an impressive finish with a 5-1 success away to Oldland Abbotonians, goals coming from Sacha Paynter, Emma Acott, Sam Gubb, Sarah Sinkins and Shelley Towers. Kelly Churchley bagged a hat-trick and Gemma Riley was also on target as Cheltenham Civil Service beat Ilminster Town 4-1. Team Mendip won an extraordinarily high scoring game 9-6 against Ash Rangers, pepped by a six-goal haul from Ellie Roberts. Ellie Orritt added a brace and Natasha Crew notched the other goal.
Charlestown need two more points to be confirmed as Western Division Champions after they drew 1-1 with Exeter & Tedburn Rangers. Tori Marks netted Charlestown's goal with Abi Breban replying. Second placed Callington Town are not giving up the fight as a Kat Marment hat-trick and Peyton-Rose Ringham goal earned them a 4-0 victory over Illogan Ladies. Plympton Ladies and Alphington battled out a 2-2 draw in their dress rehearsal for the Bristol Soccerworld Cup. Alex Hugh and Chelsea Robinson scored for Plympton, while Alphington responded through Laura Burwood and an own goal.
Southern Region League
The only action in the league took place in Division One on Sunday, but it included a highly significant result which meant a change of leadership. Southampton Women climbed to the top of the table with a 5-1 victory over Ascot Utd, Laura Gilbank netting twice along with Zoe Hughes-Jones, Sheree Bell-Jack and Jane Yeates. Team Solent meanwhile went third as they also won 5-1 at Tower Hill, courtesy of Natasha Kenny (2), Ayuma Asira, Philippa Holden and Emma Pinner.
West Midlands League
After having finished as runners-up in each of the last two seasons, TNS Ladies have gone one better this time around and clinched the league title on Sunday with a 6-0 victory over Wednesfield Town. Kingshurst Sporting Club defeated Leamington Lions 5-0 and remain in the running for second place whilst Wrockwardine Wood were 7-1 winners over Walsall.
In Division One North, second placed Stone Dominoes went down to a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Shrewsbury Town and remain five points behind leaders Burton Albion, who did not play. Stockingford AA Pavilion meanwhile boosted their title hopes by beating Bilbrook 5-0. Wyrley Ladies won 6-2 at Shrewsbury Juniors whilst Florence notched up their first league victory of the season, also winning 6-2 against Atherstone Ladies to move themselves off the bottom of the table.
Solihull Ladies Res have taken over at the top of Division One South following their 3-2 win against Kenilworth Town. Coundon Court are now two points off the pace, with four games in hand, after they ran out 5-1 victors at Wyre Forest Phoenix. Droitwich Spa won 2-0 away to Rubery Ladies and Marston Green defeated Redditch Utd 2-1.
Lye Town defeated Crusaders on a penalty shootout to reach the Final of the Premier Division Cup, after the sides had battled out a 2-2 draw. Lye play Champions TNS Ladies in the Final which will be played this Sunday, along with the other two divisional Cup Finals.
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