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Northern Division One
Tranmere Rovers gave themselves a great chance of survival when they ran out 6-1 winners over Norton & Stockton Ancients. Amber Bailey netted two of the goals and there was one apiece from Faye Jones, Anna Stones, Denise Campbell and Rachel Rigby, with Sian Williams replying. Tranmere therefore require one more point from their remaining two games to make sure of finishing outside of the bottom two.
Mossley Hill completed their campaign with a 2-1 victory away to Chester-le-Street, whose five match unbeaten run came to an end. Sophie Perry netted both goals for Mossley, to confirm that they will finish in the top half of the table.
Midlands Division One
Peterborough Northern Star travelled to runners-up Wolverhampton Wanderers requiring a victory in order to preserve their status and climb out of the bottom two. However it was to end in heartbreak for them despite taking the lead with just four minutes left on the clock through Sofia Aragosa. This would have been enough to keep them up but deep into injury time, Anna Perks scored an equaliser to earn Wolves a share of the spoils. This result means that Sporting Khalsa's remarkable five-match winning run has turned into the 'Great Escape' and they will remain in the Premier League next season.
South East Division One
Gillingham secured themselves the runners-up spot after they scored eight times without reply away to Norwich City. Kallie Balfour led the scoring spree for the Gills with a six-goal haul and Emma Tune weighed in with the other two goals.
Enfield Town and Ipswich Town met each other in a mid-table clash and it was Ipswich who triumphed by the odd goal in seven. Natasha Thomas netted two of the goals for Ipswich along with Amanda Crump and Molly Hall, whilst Enfield scored through Cally Browne, Nuala McKevitt and Sheryce Slater.
Bedford Ladies and Old Actonians exchanged victores in their double header, Rebecca Vass netting both goals as Bedford won 2-0 in the first game. Actonians gained revenge with a 2-1 victory in the second, Emma Mulhern and Carla Williams were on target with Kaiya Glynn replying.
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