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Sixteen wins in their sixteen matches secured the Premier Division title by a margin of nine points and promotion to the new look FA Women's National League, therefore regaining the status they were at just a few seasons ago.
A tricky cup run still allowed them to pick up the League Cup with a 3-1 win over AFC Bournemouth in the Final, the League's top scorer Gemma Fraser grabbing a hat-trick to help seal victory.
The striker, who found the net an impressive 45 times, has limped through the season and the rest of the team have had their fair share of injuries, losing both their captain Dawne Campbell and vice captain Kirsty Gladwin during their season. Chesham have relied on the great relationship between senior squad members supporting Under-18s into first team football, enabling the squad to get them through some tricky ties in 2018.
Manager Lisa Welling - a long serving stalwart of the club as is secretary Sian Williams - has instilled a strong club playing ethos that supports younger players to step into ladies football.
"We have had a great season," says Sian Williams. "We have players leaving for university, so we are keen to hear from anyone interested in playing for our Under-18s or first team." Please visit www.culfc.co.uk for more details.
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