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Regional Leagues round-up…

East Midlands League

Chesterfield have gone four points clear at the top of the Premier Division following their 5-3 victory away to Notts County. Millie Standen netted a brace for the leaders along with Hannah Baker, Kelly Fidler and Georgia Wilson. Loughborough Students meanwhile claimed their third win of the season, 3-1 against Rotherham Utd with Elizabeth White (2) and Beth Senior on target.

Arnold Eagles moved themselves closer to the Division One North title with a seven-goal blast against Cleethorpes Town. Natasha Leach and Amy Gauvrit each hit hat-tricks, with Michelle Morphus adding the other. Second placed Nottingham Trent University can no longer catch them despite their 4-2 success away to St Josephs Rockware of Worksop. Elizabeth Stocks scored all four goals for the students, with Stacey Buxton and Deysha Pressley replying. Mia Allen and Laura Flecknor scored the goals for Grimsby Borough in their 2-1 win over Notts County Development, whilst Sherwood FC Women leapfrogged Sleaford Town after beating them 3-1, thanks to Rebecca Frith (2) and Khaya Nagar.

Division One South leaders Derby County Academy did not play on Sunday and they have been caught by Anstey Nomads, who defeated Loughborough Foxes Vixens 6-1. Carmelina Colangelo and Kayleigh Needham each netted twice for Anstey along with Gemma Ball and Ella Wortley. Emma Aspinall, Samantha Hargrave and Holly Moore, along with an own goal, gave Oadby & Wigston a 4-0 victory over Peterborough Utd Res whilst Nottingham Forest Development were 1-0 winners at Thrapston Town, courtesy of a strike from Jessica Shaw. Coalville Town Ravenettes meanwhile beat Kettering Town 4-0, Aleksandra Wawryzcka netting twice with Chloe Scott and Megan Williams adding the others.

Eastern Region League

Champions Wymondham Town have reached the League Cup Final after running out 4-1 winners over Haringey Borough. Hannah Waters was on target twice along with Laura Nicholls and Hayley Kindred, whilst Shakira Kafero Roberts netted a consolation for the home side. Wymondham will have to wait and see who they will play, due to the other semi final between Wroxham and AFC Dunstable being postponed.

AFC Sudbury can still lift the Division One South title if they win their remaining games, but on Sunday they moved themselves closer towards another trophy when they defeated Leigh Ramblers 1-0 in the semi finals of the League Plate, Jessica Allen scoring the only goal of the game. Sudbury's opponents in the Final will be Hutton who ended Whittlesey Athletic's run by beating them 2-1 after extra time, despite a goal from Maddison Moore.

Royston Town are all but assured of the runners-up spot in the Premier Division following their 2-1 win away to St Ives Town. Grace Georgiou scored both for Royston, with Angel Lyden replying. Luton Town remain firmly in contention for a top three place, courtesy of a 4-0 success against Colney Heath.

In Division One North, Haverhill Rovers climbed off the bottom as they won 3-1 at Cambridge City Development. Kirsten Hutchings was on target twice along with Jenna Wright, Carla Penny replying.

Herts Vipers Women kept their title hopes alive in Division One South with a 12-1 victory over Wodson Park. Kelsey Millen and Danielle Cliffe each scored hat-tricks whilst Gracie Manning (2), Rebecca Edge (2), Sarah Payne and Rachel Wall accounted for the other goals.

London & South East League

Ashford Town (Middlesex) are the league Champions, scoring ten times without reply past Whyteleafe to put themselves out of reach of their rivals. Anya Kinnane led the scoring with a hat-trick whilst Ruby Linton and Ashley Cheatley each contributed a double, and there was one apiece from Jade Johnson, Kalani Peart and Alissa Down. Fulham FC Women may well take second place if they win their last two games and stay on course after Katie Foster and an own goal gave them a 2-1 win at Millwall Lionesses. Asia Brown, Lucy Monkman and Saskia Philp were on target, along with an own goal, as Dulwich Hamlet won 4-2 against Aylesford, for whom Amanda Reece-Beeput scored twice.

Sutton Utd have taken over at the top of Division One North after beating previous leaders Dulwich Hamlet Res 4-0, courtesy of a goal apiece from Cindy Colliver, Olivia Watson, Faye Butler and Hayley Halford. Sutton now lead by two points from Dorking Wanderers who battled out a 3-3 draw with Walton Casuals. Charlotte Keenan (2) and Ishbel Zuurmond were on target for Dorking, whilst Walton replied through a Tiffany Skinner brace and Allana Francis-Ashmeil. Watford Development were 3-2 winners away to Hackney, who scored through Vanessa Wilson and Francesca Cagetti.

AFC Acorns have edged four points clear at the top of Division One South following their 2-1 win at Parkwood Rangers and victory in their final game would land them the title. Janine Daly and Samantha Rowland scored the goals for Acorns, with Connie Lewin replying. Second placed Hastings Utd took a first half lead but were pegged back after the break when Sharna Giordani earned Welling Utd a 1-1 draw and things are out of Hastings' hands. The points were also shared in the other game, a Beth Shrubsole double giving Meridian Ladies a 2-2 draw with Newhaven, who scored through Lucy Collinson and Melissa Orme.

North East League

Harrogate Town have closed the gap on Premier Division leaders York City after running out 11-1 winners over Sheffield Wednesday. Hannah Freibach was on target four times whilst Nat Eustance, Cassidy Lane and Teagan Sorokan all contributed doubles, and Rebecca Wilson rounded off the scoring. Jordan Cheetham hit a hat-trick and Alayna Millard added the other two as third placed Ossett Utd defeated Redcar Town 5-0. Monika Kisicka netted for Hartlepool Utd in their 1-1 draw with Sunderland West End, whose markswoman was Melissa Simpson.

In the Northern Division, Emma Hewett and Rebecca Hansen scored the goals as Chester-le-Street Utd won 2-1 at Wallsend BC Res to narrow the gap on leaders Blyth Town to three points. Bishop Auckland meanwhile won 3-0 at Prudhoe Town thanks to Emma Wright (2) and Ellie Geary. Ruth Wilson and Olivia Bullock were on target for Guisborough Town in their 2-2 draw with Spennymoor Town, who scored through Katy Hemmingway and Autumn Colledge.

Southern Division title winners Hull Utd continue to finish the season in good form, as Rebekah Walker (2), Millie Sharp, Lauren Tate and Amy Ward gave them a 5-1 victory away to Millmoor Juniors Ladies. Altofts Ladies are on the verge of claiming the runners-up spot, a goal apiece from Lauren Henshaw, Nicola Smith, Emily Scott and Nadine Bates saw them to a 4-1 success at Wakefield Trinity U23. Megan Maxted netted twice and Shauna Hill the other for Farsley Celtic Juniors in their 3-3 draw with York RI.

North West League

Crewe Alexandra kept their runners-up hopes alive with a 4-0 victory away to Wigan Athletic, which leaves them three points behind second placed Tranmere Rovers and with one match left to play. Fleetwood Town Wrens follow on next after they defeated AFC Darwen 2-1. Salford City Lionesses and Cheadle Town Stingers finished level at 3-3 whilst West Didsbury & Chorlton were 1-0 winners over Mossley Hill.

Blackburn Community SC have been made to wait before being confirmed as Division One North Champions as Haslingden won 10-0 against Sir Tom Finney. Blackpool remain in second place after Lily Hambly and Charlotte Hartley netted in their 2-1 victory at Penrith AFC. Preston North End are on course for a top four finish after beating Workington Reds 3-1 and Chorley Women Development were 4-2 winners over Penwortham Town.

Curzon Ashton scored twelve times past Wythenshawe Amateurs without reply to hold on to the leadership of Division One South from Chester FC Women, who stay two points behind following their 5-2 victory at Didsbury Ladies. Northwich Vixens are still pushing for a top three place after beating West Kirby 3-0, whilst Runcorn Linnets ran out 4-1 winners away to Warrington Wolves Foundation.

South West League

Premier Division leaders Ilminster Town won 3-2 against Torquay Utd to keep up the pressure at the top of the table. Abigail Carslake netted twice and Abigail Meyer the other for Ilminster, whilst Torquay replied through Beth Everson and Sasha Mole. AFC St Austell remain in the driving seat though and picked up another of the wins they need, 2-1 at Bishop's Lydeard, courtesy of goals from Emily Clemes and Becky Narramore scored six times for Sherborne Town in their win over Bideford, Jemma Tewkesbury weighed in with a hat-trick and Olivia Watts (2), Jamie Bland and Sophie Garcia completed the tally.

Almondsbury finished the season in the Northern Division with a fourteenth straight victory in all competitions, scoring nine times without reply past Weston Mendip. Georgia Adams led the scoring with a hat-trick whilst Cydney Ramsey and Zoe Youren each hit doubles, with Emma Summerill and Sarah Doidge also getting on the scoresheet.

Swindon Town Development held on to their two point lead in the Eastern Division when they defeated AEK Boco 5-0. Amelia Dudding netted twice for Swindon along with Kathryn Bach, Phoebe McGouran and Maddie Sheppard. Warminster Town remain close behind in second after Shannon Redhouse and Poppy Spratt gave them a 2-1 success away to Paulton Rovers, whose consolation came from Enya Wilkinson. Tilly Brice and Charlotte Morrison scored the goals for Keynsham Town Res as they won 2-1 at Chipping Sodbury Town, who replied through Sophie Kelly.

In the Western Division, Liskeard Athletic kept their title challenge on course with a 4-1 victory over Saltash Utd. Eleri Griffiths and Ezme Wells each scored twice for Liskeard, with Rachel Finch replying.

Southern Region League

Abingdon Town are through to the Chairman's Cup Final after a 4-1 semi final victory away to Southampton Women Res. Chloe Ball, Cheyenne Flynn, Charlotte McGrath and Annie Northwood all scored for Town, with Eloise Powell-Rowland replying. In the Final they will face Division One title winners AFC Bournemouth Development, who got the better of Chichester City on a penalty shootout after the teams had battled out a goalless draw.

Bournemouth Sports continue to finish the season well in Division One; after clinching the runners-up spot seven days earlier, they defeated AFC Stoneham 4-2 for their twelfth victory of the season. Liane Folkenstern was on target twice for Sports along with Faye Hawkins and Rosie Eden.

West Midlands League

Premier Division leaders Lichfield City received a huge blow to their title chances when they were beaten 1-0 by Kidderminster Harriers. Sarah Lojko scored the only goal of the game for Harriers, whilst Lichfield saw their lead cut to four points by Stourbridge, who have three games in hand, they ran out 9-0 winners over Tamworth thanks to hat-tricks from Esme Moran and Cheryl Edwards, plus Ruby Meeson, Amber Ireson-Lawrence and an own goal. First half goals from Evie Billingsley and Rhiannon Bate gave Lye Town a 2-1 victory over Worcester City, whose reply came from Alysha Stanley, whilst Hannah Roxburgh scored the only goal of the game for Coundon Court against City of Stoke.

Shrewsbury Town all but clinched the Division One North title with a 4-1 victory away to Sandwell Ladies. Madison Jones, Leanne Rimmer, Milly Jay and Lily McShane scored the all important goals for the Shrews, who require one point from four games to make absolutely sure, whilst Katie Adams netted a consolation for the home side. Walsall Wood increased the gap between themselves and third placed Shifnal Town by beating them 2-1, Natasha Baptiste bagging a brace for Wood and Jenna Boddison replying. Walsall Ladies meanwhile ran out 5-0 winners over Wyrley Ladies, thanks to Jessica Bate (2), Ellie Savage (2) and Elle Tandy.

Solihull Sporting are also on the brink of winning Division One South, needing one more win after beating Sedgley & Gornal Utd 5-3. Isabelle Haigh was on target four times for Solihull and Lauren Smith added the other, whilst Alicia Bailey (2) and Arshi Zahoor replied for the visitors. Rugby Borough enhanced their chances of a top half finish after a Michelle Oldfield goal earned them a 1-0 win away to Westfields Women.    

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