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 Women's Football News 13 May 2016
East Midlands League
Nettleham still have a chance of the runners-up spot in the Premier Division after winning 4-0 away to Rise Park. Stacey Aisthorpe and Holly Newman each hit doubles to leave their side in fourth place but only one point behind second. Jasmin Bear and Courtney Walters scored the goals for Notts County Development in their 2-2 mid-table draw with Kettering Town, who replied through Laura Beckett and Charlotte Burrows.
Gedling Town were unable to stake their claim for second place in Division One North as their final match of the season ended in a 2-2 draw with Sleaford Town. Hayley Brown and Demi-Leigh Crofts netted for Gedling, while on target for Sleaford were Roxanne Clark and Amelia Hall. Ruddington Village now need to win their final game in order to finish as runners-up, they kept themselves on course by beating Winterton Rangers 4-3. Faye Brown hit a hat-trick for Ruddington and Kelly Clayton joined her on the scoresheet. Lincoln Moorlands Railway ran out 4-0 winners over Teversal, thanks to a goal apiece from Lauren Churcher, Alice Hayes, Naomi Johnson and Chloe Winchester.
Division One South title winners Moulton Ladies pulled further away from the other teams with a 3-2 victory over Oadby & Wigston Dynamo. Emma Dunmore scored twice and Charlotte Penney the other, with Kiri Herbert and Emily Miles replying. 
Eastern Region League
The last game of the Premier Division season saw Acle Ladies win 1-0 away to Haringey Borough. A win would have seen Haringey finish in fourth but they have to settle for two places lower after Kate Pasque scored the only goal of the game.
In Division One West, Colney Heath enjoyed one of their best days of the season when scoring five times without reply against Hoddesdon Owls. Adrienne Milton was on target twice along with Kirsty Feasey, Kelly Hancock and Samantha May. 
North East League
Brighouse Town are one point away from the title after goals from Jodie Redgrave and Jessica Doyle saw them to a 2-0 victory away to Whitley Bay. Barnsley can still catch them by winning their final two games and they kept those hopes alive with a 5-0 success at Scunthorpe & Bottesford, courtesy of Darcie Greene (2), Brittany Sanderson, Kathryn Smith and Holly Findlay. York City hold on to third place despite going down to a 4-2 defeat at the hands of Boldon Ladies, for whom Elizabeth Thompson-Clarke (2), Allison Ferris and Siobhan Jones were on target. Sophie Bell bagged a hat-trick as Sheffield Utd Community netted eight times without reply past Castleford White Rose. Kimberley Brown and Cara Hopkinson weighed in with doubles and Shannon Smith was also on target. Wetherby Athletic meanwhile defeated Hessle Town 10-2, spearheaded by a four-goal haul from Grace Adams and others from Martyna Petrova (2), Louise Ross (2), Lucy Crann and Debra Slater.
The two title challengers in the Northern Division both recorded victories and remain level on points at the top. Gateshead Rutherford Ravens still hold the advantage as they have a game in hand and kept the leadership on goal difference after beating Birtley Town 7-0. Lynsey Wilkinson was on target four times along with Autumn Colledge, Laura Foad and Myriam Neaimeh. Blyth Town Lions kept pace with Rutherford by winning 6-0 against Redcar Town, thanks to Rebecca Hansen's five-goal blast and Rebecca Caldow.
The title race is over in the Southern Division though as Oughtibridge confirmed themselves as Champions with a 2-0 win away to Doncaster Belles (Women's), goals coming from Codi Melia and Lauren Turner. Harrogate Railway meanwhile climbed out of the bottom two by beating Ossett Albion 4-2, Louise Donnelly netting twice along with Karolina Gasiorowska and Jodi Hodgson. 
North West League
After having dominated the table all season, Crewe Alexandra have clinched the Premier Division title and completed an unbeaten campaign with a 2-1 win away to Blackpool. Bolton Wanderers battled out a 1-1 draw with Blackburn Community and this was enough to secure the runners-up spot for them as Manchester Stingers also drew, 1-1 against Birkenhead. Accrington Girls & Ladies and City of Manchester meanwhile had a bizarre double header as the teams exchanged 5-2 victories to share the points.
PNE Development have won the Division One North title after CMB Ladies were unable to pick up the results they needed to catch them. CMB did manage to finish their season with 6-0 victory over Bury Girls & Ladies to take second place while Penrith AFC, beaten 2-1 by Middleton Athletic, have to settle for third after Kendal Town also lost, 3-2 at the hands of Stockport County Blues.
MSB Woolton are confirmed as the winners of Division One South following a midweek victory against Ellesmere Port Town. They rounded off their campaign on Sunday with a 2-1 success away to Warrington Wolverines, a result which means that FC United of Manchester will finish in second. 
South West League
Whilst the main focus in the league was on the two League Cup Finals on Sunday, Eastern Division Champions Yeovil Town Intermediate were completing their campaign by winning 4-0 away to Ilminster Town. Elise Saysell led the scoring with a hat-trick and Colette Martin was also on the scoresheet. 
West Midlands League
Premier Division runners-up Crusaders finished their season in style with an 8-0 victory against Wednesfield Town. Lye Town still have a chance of a top three place and they kept themselves on course by beating the current third placed team, Kingshurst Sporting Club 5-1.
In Division One North, Stockingford AA Pavilion won 2-1 against Shrewsbury Town to ensure the title race stays alive. At the other end of the table, Florence were unable to take an opportunity to climb off the bottom when they were beaten 3-1 by Bilbrook.
Things remain tight at the top of Division One South and Coundon Court are still at the summit following their 5-1 victory over Kenilworth Town. Coventry Development have had a good week and are in second after beating Wyre Forest Phoenix 6-3 but third placed Solihull Ladies Res suffered a 6-2 defeat to Rubery Ladies. Droitwich Spa are just a single point behind Solihull after they won 1-0 away to Redditch Utd.

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