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Khalsa give themselves Sporting chance
 Women's Football News 12 May 2016
Northern Division One
Runners-up Liverpool Marshalls Feds made sure their season ended on a winning note with a 4-1 success away to Blackpool Wren Rovers. Abby Pope's early goal for the Feds was cancelled out by Elizabeth Hermolle but Roisin Havelin quickly put them back in front and they went on to crown the win with second half strikes from Charlotte Gill and Carina Mendes.
Chorley meanwhile secured a top three place for themselves when they defeated Mossley Hill 2-0. Both of the goals came during the first half, Sarah Berry giving them the lead and Vicky Coope adding the second just ahead of the break.
Stockport County face an anxious wait to see if they will finish outside of the bottom two after they went down to a 2-0 reverse at the hands of Chester-le-Street. Nichole Gound-Harvey bagged a brace for the Cestrians and Stockport, who have now completed their fixtures, must now find out if they will be overtaken by Tranmere Rovers. 
Midlands Division One
Wolverhampton Wanderers claimed the runners-up spot to runaway Champions Leicester City Women, thanks to a 7-1 victory over Steel City Wanderers. Jade Cross had a great day as she bagged herself a four-goal haul while Harriet James, Jessica Davis and Kim Holden were also on the scoresheet, with Jennifer Pearson.
Radcliffe Olympic will finish in third place after they were beaten 2-0 by Sporting Khalsa, who completed a remarkable end to their season. Sporting had won only one of their opening seventeen matches but goals from Jodie Bragan and Jodie Lewis gave them a fourth straight away victory, and five in total, to take themselves out of the bottom two.
Leafield Athletic are destined to finish in the bottom two places following a 2-1 defeat at home to Peterborough Northern Star, who still have a chance of climbing out. First half goals from Katie Steward and Larissa Frederick earned Northern Star the points, despite Amy Andrews pulling one back for Leafield after the break. Northern Star take on runners-up Wolves this coming Sunday and require a win to take themselves out of the zone at the expense of Sporting Khalsa. 
South East Division One
Champions Crystal Palace rounded off their successful season with an unbeaten record after they beat Norwich City 3-0 in their final game. Alma Donohoe, Gemma Bryan and Leanne Bell scored the goals to earn their side a result which takes them over the 60-point mark for the campaign.
Luton Town also finished off on a winning note, thanks to a 2-0 success away to Old Actonians. Nicola Henman and Jessica McKay scored the goals for Luton who end up in fourth place. 
South West Division One
Runners-up Chichester City eased to a 6-0 victory over Maidenhead Utd in their final game of the season to finish up three points behind title winners Swindon Town. Jenna Fowlie was on target twice along with Lucie Challen, Chloe Dowdell, Amy Found and Chloe Parkes for Chichester who only conceded eight league goals during their campaign.

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