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East Midlands League
Long Eaton Utd completed the League and Cup double when they defeated Mansfield Town 6-1 in the League Cup Final. Marie Wayne gave Mansfield a first half lead before Long Eaton hit back to lead at half time thanks to goals from Precious Hamilton and Cara Newton. After the break, Hamilton went on to complete a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Alena Moulton and Kim Evans.
The League Plate Final was an all-Division One North affair and it was Sleaford Town who were 4-1 winners over Gedling Town. Catherine Beaver, Natalie Clarke, Amy Kilgannon and Kirsty Elliott scored the goals for Sleaford.
The last two matches in the Premier Division were played on Sunday, Ellistown and Kettering Town exchanging victories in a double header. Charlotte Burrows netted all four goals as Kettering won the first meeting 4-2, with the return going 3-2 in Ellistown's favour.
Eastern Region League
Colchester Town lifted the League Cup with a 4-0 victory over Silver End in the Final at Letchworth. Alex Brewis-Shephard, Georgia Box, Paige Wakefield and Lucy Jones were all on target for Colchester.
The Division One Cup went the way of Writtle who defeated Colney Heath 2-1. Leanne Stubbings and Sophie Vale scored the goals to land Writtle their second trophy of the season, adding to their Division One East title success.
North East League
Brighouse Town picked up the point they required in order to clinch the Premier Division title and promotion to the FA Women's Premier League next season when they shared a 2-2 draw with Whitley Bay in their final game. Jodie Redgrave and Rachael White netted the all-important goals for Brighouse, while Leanne Anderson and Steph Ord replied for Whitley who will end up in fourth place. That is because York City guaranteed themselves a top three place by scoring eleven times without reply past Wetherby Athletic. Kayleigh Davis led the scoring with a hat-trick, Rebecca Dawson and Natasha Eustance each weighed in braces and there was one apiece from Ruth Brazier, Sara Renfrew, Bryony Welsh and Nicola Brown.
The destiny of the Northern Division title was up for grabs in the last match of the season and it was Gateshead Rutherford Ravens who confirmed themselves as Champions with a 4-0 victory over Blyth Town Lions, who have to settle for runners-up. Lynsey Wilkinson netted all four goals to seal the title for her side.
West Midlands League
Lye Town finished off a good first season in the Premier Division following promotion with a 6-2 victory over Wrockwardine Wood, ending up in third place.
Stockingford AA Pavilion are confirmed as runners-up in Division One North after running out 4-0 winners away to Shrewsbury Town. Meanwhile Shrewsbury Juniors are up into fourth place as they won a high scoring affair 10-4 against Florence.
Coundon Court are all but assured of winning the Division One South title, bringing themselves to the brink with a 6-2 victory over Solihull Ladies Res. Only Worcester Utd can still catch them by winning their remaining games and they kept those hopes alive by beating Coventry Development 4-0, lifting themselves above their opponents into second place. Droitwich Spa won 2-0 at Malvern Town and are in fourth, followed by Rubery Ladies who scored five without reply past Marston Green. Wyre Forest Phoenix picked up a rare point when sharing a 2-2 draw with Kenilworth Town.
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