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East Midlands League
Nettleham claimed the runners-up position in the Premier Division following their 6-1 victory over Ellistown. Holly Newman scored twice along with Stacey Aisthorpe, Kyla Love, Jennifer Purnell and Abbie Murrell. Bedworth Utd had started the day in second place but had to settle for one position after they were beaten 2-1 by Kettering Town. Charlotte Burrows netted both goals for Kettering, while Bedworth's consolation came from Kirsty Farnsworth.
Second place was also decided in Division One North, going to Ruddington Village who ran out 11-1 winners over Cleethorpes Town. Winterton Rangers have ended up fifth after a Lindsey Hughes brace and Emily Wright earned them a 3-1 success away to Teversal.
Division One South title winners Moulton Ladies rounded off their successful season by beating Corby S & L 4-1. Emma Dunmore (2), Emma Perry and Amy Varnsverry were all on target for Moulton, who finish top by a comfortable margin of nine points.
Eastern Region League
Colney Heath ended their season on a winning note and this has ensured that they will not finish at the bottom of Division One West. Kirsty Feasey, Sophie Joseph and Holly Sheridan scored the goals as Colney won 3-2 against Hoddesdon Owls, whose replies came from Kristina O'Connell and Becky Scola.
North East League
The top two in the Premier Division did not play on Sunday whilst York City remain on course to take third place after beating Tynedale 6-3. Bryony Welsh was on target twice for York along with Kayleigh Davis, Rebecca Dawson, Ellie Harding and Lucy Lendhill. Whitley Bay continue to chase them and scored ten times without reply past Hessle Town to stay three points behind. Leanne Anderson hit a hat-trick for Whitley and the others came from Steph Ord (2), Molly Turnbull (2), Hannah Marshall, Sarah Bennett and an own goal. Sheffield Utd Community completed their season with a 1-0 success away to Wetherby Athletic, Tyne Garton scoring, as did Scunthorpe & Bottesford by also winning 1-0 against Wakefield thanks to a Rebecca Hornsey goal.
The Northern Division title race is not completely decided but it would take a near impossible turnaround to prevent Gateshead Rutherford Ravens from finishing as Champions. Lynsey Wilkinson led the scoring with a five-goal haul in Rutherford's crushing victory over Redcar Town while Autumn Colledge and Laura Foad each contributed hat-tricks. Tracey Embleton (2), Kody Green and Emily Tate added the others and only a similar sized defeat this Sunday against second placed Blyth Town Lions will deny them the title.
Oughtibridge had captured the Southern Division title a week earlier but suffered a defeat in their final game, beaten 2-1 by runners-up Farsley Celtic. Katie Platts netted both goals for Farsley, with Codi Melia replying. Leanne Baggley and Natalie Bell were on the scoresheet as fourth placed Westella & Willerby won 2-0 against Harrogate Railway.
South West League
The final match of the season in the league was played on Sunday, in the Western Division where Alphington built on their Bristol Soccerworld Cup success seven days earlier with a 2-0 win away to Illogan Ladies. Laura Burwood scored both goals for Alphington who finish up in third place.
West Midlands League
Lye Town secured a top three place in the Premier Division following their 5-1 victory against Wednesfield Town, who are destined to finish at the foot of the table.
Burton Albion captured the Division One North title in some style with a 4-0 win away to Bilbrook. Stockingford AA Pavilion are almost certain to take the runners-up spot despite being held to a 2-2 draw by Wyrley Ladies. Shrewsbury Town meanwhile defeated Florence 3-1 and still have a top four place in their sights.
Coundon Court still have three games to play but two wins would put them in an unassailable position in Division One South. On Sunday they drew 1-1 with Marston Green but followed it up in midweek by beating Rubery Ladies 5-2 and have gone seven points clear of second placed Coventry Development, who battled out a goalless draw with Droitwich Spa. Elsewhere, Rubery Ladies moved into the mid-table position after picking up maximum points from a double header against Kenilworth Town and Redditch Utd were narrow 1-0 winners over Wyre Forest Phoenix.
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