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Doncaster Rovers Belles completed their successful campaign on a winning note, the WSL 2 title winners beating Oxford Utd 4-0.
Jess Sigsworth gave the Belles a first half lead which was doubled by Rhiannon Roberts, with Sigsworth making it three on the stroke of half time. Sigsworth completed her hat-trick with fifteen minutes remaining to ensure she finished on top of the divisional scoring charts and that her team end up ten points ahead.
Brighton & Hove Albion take the runners-up spot despite going down to a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Millwall Lionesses, who end up one point behind them. Rianna Dean put them ahead midway through the first half, before late goals from Ashlee Hincks and Ella Rutherford wrapped up the win.
Durham Women are a further point adrift in fourth, following their 2-0 success away to Watford. Becky Salicki headed the Wildcats into an early lead and Jordan Atkinson made the game safe with the second goal late on.
Sheffield FC held off a second half fightback from Aston Villa as they held on to win 4-3 in a seven-goal thriller at Tamworth. Jade Richards headed Villa into a seventh minute lead but Sheffield hit back strongly, Melissa Johnson scoring a first half hat-trick with Chloe Dixon adding the other. Jodie Hutton and Beth Merrick reduced the arrears for the home side as they fought to pick up something from captain Chloe Jones' final game but it was Sheffield who took the points to round off a promising season.
The points were shared as Tottenham Hotspur and London Bees drew 1-1, meaning the Bees finish one point above Spurs in the table. Both goals came in the opening fifteen minutes of the second half, Bianca Baptiste putting Tottenham in front before Taylor O'Leary replied shortly ahead of the hour mark.
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