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East Midlands League
Beth Smyth scored the only goal of the game for Chesterfield as they narrowly defeated Northampton Town 1-0 in the semi finals in the League Cup. Chesterfield's opponents in the Final this Sunday will be Lincoln Utd, who progressed by winning 2-1 away to Mansfield Town, thanks to a goal in each half from Lauren Churcher including the winner with ten minutes remaining.
Oughtibridge WMSC eased into the Final of the League Plate as they scored six times without reply against Sherwood FC Women. Emily Fowler was on target twice for Oughtibridge along with Kathryn Mudge, Maisie Brennan and Milly Wilson, with an own goal completing the tally. Oughtibridge will play Loughborough Students who defeated Thrapston Town 2-0 in the other semi final.
Both matches will be played at Arnold Town F.C. this coming Sunday.
London & South East League
Ashford Town (Middlesex) will finish on top of Group A after they won 3-2 away to Dulwich Hamlet. Chloe Farrell, Anya Kinnane and Ashley Cheatley scored the goals to put Ashford beyond the reach of their opponents and second placed Dartford, whilst Dulwich replied with strikes from Sophie Manzi and Roisin Stone.
New London Lionesses are still on course to end up as Group B winners despite going to to their first defeat, 2-1 at the hands of Fulham. Rebecca Stormer and Johanna Andersson were on target for Fulham, who need a five-goal margin of victory in their final match in order to overhaul the Lionesses, whose consolation came from Kendal Drake.
The last two matches were played in Group D, and it is Crawley Wasps Development Squad who finish in top spot after picking the points they required in a 1-1 draw with Newhaven, who will end up in third. Natalie Stephenson scored the all-important goal for Crawley, whilst Newhaven's reply came from Tara Reid. Lewes Foundation Squad did their best as they scored seven times without reply against Hassocks but they will have to settle for second place. Lottie Sharp and Rebecca Simmons both bagged doubles for Lewes, whose other goals came from Brooke Nicholson-Rogan, Megan Cranford and Chloe Nye.
Southern Region League
The Subsidiary Cup has been a successful competition on the restart of the league and it brought a worthy Final on Sunday. In the end it was Moneyfields who lifted the trophy after coming from behind to beat Abingdon Utd 2-1 at Northcourt Road.
Tiana Russell-Cartwright gave Abingdon the lead during the first half but the Moneys hit back after the break to take victory with goals from Ciara Boylan and Paige Seeley (see match report).
Meanwhile, the Subsidiary Plate went the way of Eastleigh who were 2-0 winners over AFC Bournemouth CST Development in the Final. Samantha Hide gave Eastleigh the lead in the thirteenth minute, before Emma Simpson sealed the win for her side with the second goal, just after the hour mark.
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