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Guiseley are the Champions
 Women's Football WPL Division 1 North News - 28 Apr 2017
Northern Division One
Guiseley Vixens wrapped up the league title when they won 3-2 away to Blackpool Wren Rovers. A brace from Sarah Danby and Alarna Fuller provided the other goal to give Guiseley the result they need, although they were pushed hard by Wren Rovers who replied through two Nikki Berko goals.
Hull City lead the chase for the runners-up spot following their 2-1 success at Morecambe. Jo Symington and Katie Thompson provided the goals which keep their side well in the running for a top two place, while the home side's consolation came from Emma Kay.
Brighouse Town made it seven league wins on the trot when beating Chorley 6-2 and they still have an outside chance of a top four place. Charlotte Proud bagged a hat-trick for Brighouse, Jodie Redgrave weighed in with a brace and Danielle Brown was also on target, Chorley responding with strikes from Kerry Nickson and Scarlet Smith.
Midlands Division One
Loughborough Foxes stay seven points clear at the top of the table after they defeated Radcliffe Olympic 3-2. Chloe Young netted twice and Charlotte Cooper the other to keep the Foxes' title challenge on course, Radcliffe's replies coming from Ashleigh Evans and Beth Bailey.
Wolverhampton Wanderers meanwhile got their challenge back on track with a much needed 4-1 victory over Rotherham Utd. Esme Moran, Mai Butler, Jen Anslow and Harriet James were all on target for Wolves, Rotherham's consolation coming from Nat Shaw.
Sporting Khalsa are looking good for third place following their 4-0 win against Steel City Wanderers. Rebecca Gill-Parsons had a great day in front of goal as she bagged all four and a victory in their final game would put Khalsa on the verge of a place in the top three.
Birmingham & West Midlands ran out 8-2 winners away to Loughborough Students, who will now finish in the bottom two. Emily Painter and Leah Seivwright were on target twice along with Justine Buckmire, Charlotte Fisher, Shannie Jennings and Maimee Morris, Grace Stanley netting a brace in reply.
Solihull Ladies and Leicester City Ladies met in an important clash at the other end of the table and Solihull are likely to be the happier side with the resulting goalless draw. Leicester stay in the bottom two but are now two points adrift.
South East Division One
One more win will do for Gillingham as they moved ever closer to securing the title, thanks to an impressive 7-1 win against Actonians Ladies. Fliss Gibbons led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Charlotte Gurr contributed a double and Jade Keogh was also on the scoresheet, with Alessandra Barreca replying.
Cambridge Utd are now the only team who can still catch Gillingham and they kept their hopes alive by scoring seven times without reply past Denham Utd. Evangeline Gallop was on target four times for the U's along with Ashleigh Deacon, Laura Mills and Becky Taylor.
Milton Keynes Dons moved back into the top three on the back of a 2-0 success away to Norwich City, thanks to a goal apiece from Charly Clarke and Heather McDonnell.
Luton Town are all but certain of at least a top six place following their 5-1 victory over Ipswich Town. Erica Byron, Jess McKay, Dionne Manning, Jo Rutherford and Jodie Southby were all on the scoresheet for Luton, with Laura Guyon replying.
South West Division One
Chichester City are now within six points of landing the title after they defeated Cheltenham Town 4-0. All four goals came during a ten minute spell in the second half, Cherelle Khassal breaking the deadlock just after the midway point before a Jess Lewry brace and Charley Wilson-Blakely sealed the points.
Plymouth Argyle are still battling on in second place and they produced a strong display in scoring eight times without reply past Brislington. Tori Marks bagged a four-goal haul, Natasha Knapman weighed in with a double and there was one apiece from Katie Middleton and Jessie Boston.
Keynsham Town staged a second half fightback to hold on to third place with a 2-1 success away to Maidenhead Utd. The home side did take a first half lead through Tina Brett but after the break, goals from Justine Lorton-Radburn and Cristina Vega Leandro turned the game around in Keynsham's favour.
Two first half goals saw Southampton Saints on their way to a 2-0 victory over mid-table St Nicholas. Becki Bath opened the scoring midway through the half and Catherine Browning netted the second, seven minutes before the interval.
Exeter City are off the bottom of the table after they shared a 3-3 draw with Basingstoke Town. Amber Guy-Kemp netted twice and Kate Finch the other for Exeter, with Basingstoke replying through Michelle Kimber, Jasmine Meichle and Helen Ogle.


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