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East Midlands League
Bedworth Utd are virtually assured of the runners-up position in the Premier Division after Peterborough Northern Star were beaten 6-3 by Sheffield Utd. Jennifer Pearson hit a hat-trick for the title winners and she was joined on the scoresheet by Jodie Hartley, Melissa Celi and Sophie Bell, while Cassie Steward (2) and Vicky Gallagher replied for Northern Star. In the other game, Katie Davison and Abbie Murrell netted the goals as Nettleham won 2-1 away to Kettering Town, whose consolation came from Mikaela Welford.
Eastern Region League
Haringey Borough rounded off a memorable season for themselves by completing the League and Cup double with a 5-1 victory over Cambridge City in the League Cup Final. In the clash between the winners of the two divisions at Letchworth, Klesha Darroux spearheaded the victory for Haringey by bagging a hat-trick and there was one apiece for Karesha Iton and Jaidene Browne, with Isabella Simmons replying.
The League Plate Final was an all-Division One affair and it produced something of a surprise result as Hutton defeated Colney Heath 1-0. Hayley Critchell scored the only goal of the game with twenty minutes remaining to hand Hutton their first trophy in the league and leave Colney Heath as runners-up in both league and cup.
London & South East League
Leyton Orient have largely dominated matters in the league throughout the season and followed their league title success by also capturing the League Cup with a 3-1 victory against Crawley Wasps in the Final at the Gallagher Stadium.
Hayley Barton, Jasmine Campbell and Sophie Le Marchand were all on target for the O's, with Crawley's consolation coming from Naomi Cole (see match report).
North East League
Tynedale ended their season on a winning note but their 6-4 success away to York City was not quite enough to earn them a top three place in the Premier Division. Jane Riddell hit a hat-trick for Tynedale with Ashley Lambert, Vicky Mudd and Megan Watson adding the others, Megan Bramham also scoring three times in reply along with Martha Ohr, meaning that Tynedale finish level on points with Castleford White Rose and Wallsend Boys Club but it is the latter who take third place on goal difference.
One team who will be playing all of those sides next season will be Hartlepool Utd, as they emerged as 3-1 winners from the Northern and Southern Division promotion play-off match against Sheffield Wednesday. Things had started well for Wednesday as they took the lead through Ellis Ridge but goals from Jessica Dawson, Nicky Duckling and Justine Robins ensured that Hartlepool took the remaining Premier Division place.
Southern Division title winners Farsley Celtic completed their campaign with a victory in a high scoring affair, 6-4 at Malet Lambert YC. Olivia Auker and Shirley Murphy each netted twice for Farsley along with Demi Godson and Chelsea Schofield, while Malet responded with a goal apiece from Natalie Gray, Olivia Jackson, Natalie Nelson and Karly Salter.
Southern Region League
The last remaining Regional League title was decided on Sunday as New Milton Town were crowned Division One Champions following their 2-1 victory away to third placed Barton Rovers. New Milton went into the game needing a victory in order to finish above overnight leaders Ascot Utd and a brace of goals by Olivia Jones proved to be enough to give them the points against the Chairman's Cup winners, whose solitary strike came from Phoebe Cole. In the other game, Alton Utd, who were also playing the week following the Chairman's Cup Final, did get some consolation with a 3-2 win against Woodley Utd. Chelsie Stewart and Tiffany Taylor were on target for Alton along with an own goal, Woodley replying through Rosie Page-Smith and Bonnie Messitt.
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