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Regional Leagues round-up…

East Midlands League

Chesterfield hold on to the leadership but their advantage has been trimmed to a single point by Northampton Town after they defeated Mansfield Town 2-0 with late goals from Alex Dicks and Leah Cudone. Lincoln Utd meanwhile kept themselves in the running by beating Rotherham Utd 4-0, thanks to doubles by Abigail Murrell and Tracey Duxbury-Mead. Millie Kenyon, Cheryl Mawhood and Emma Wall accounted for the goals as Oughtibridge WM won 3-2 away to Notts County, whose replies came from Shoniqua Barnes and Elle Rowson. Leicester City Ladies won for the first time at the sixteenth attempt, Hollie Handisides netting four times along with Phoebe James and Charlotte Young as they beat Rise Park 6-2.

Grimsby Town kept themselves in the running for the runners-up spot in Division One North by scoring nine times without reply past St Josephs Rockware of Worksop. They now need to win the final game of the season in order to pip Nottingham Trent University to second place.

The last match of the season in Division One South saw goals from Lily Cocking (2), Samantha Hargrave and Holly Moore give Oadby & Wigston a 4-0 victory against Thrapston Town.

Eastern Region League

Premier Division runners-up Royston Town finished off their season by sharing a 2-2 draw with King's Lynn Town, who scored through Amie Ford and Tiffany Forshaw. Despite having made a slow start to the season, Luton Town finish third, just ahead of Wroxham who defeated AFC Dunstable 4-1 thanks to a Lauren Bullard brace, Grace Birchall and Rebecca Russell. Colney Heath meanwhile won 1-0 at Bedford Ladies in the other game.

One match took place in Division One South, third placed Barking winning 3-2 away to Leigh Ramblers courtesy of a Laura Bunton hat-trick, with Rebecca Dalgarno and Georgia Holdaway replying.

London & South East League

This season has been a memorable one for Ashford Town (Middlesex) and they finished off their league campaign in style, beating Whyteleafe 4-1 to ensure they end the season unbeaten. Lavana Neufville was on target twice along with Ruby Linton and Ashley Cheatley, Marina Sanchez netting a consolation for 'Leafe. Ellie Olds and Helen Ogle were on the scoresheet as third placed Fulham FC Women won 2-0 against Denham Utd.

Sutton Utd are one win away from the title in Division One North after Olivia Watson (2) and Caitlin Savage scored the goals in their 3-0 success away to Hackney. Dulwich Hamlet Res stay second as they netted seven times without reply past Clapham Utd. Courtnee Catnott hit a hat-trick and there were doubles from Alex Muschette and Dorian Senmani Sani, with Ana De Pellegrin also on target.

Third placed Ashford Ladies signed off with a 2-1 win at Herne Bay in Division One South, whilst Bexhill Utd were also 2-1 victors against Meridian Ladies.

North East League

One more win will do for York City as they look to secure the league title, moving themselves closer with a 5-1 success at Harrogate Town. Neve Renwick bagged a hat-trick and Emily Heckler added the other as Wakefield Trinity defeated Wallsend Boys Club 4-2 to leapfrog them in the table, Cara Moran and Eleanor Regan replying.

Blyth Town have taken themselves to the brink of the title in the Northern Division, thanks to a 5-3 victory against Spennymoor Town. Ailsa Swinburne (2), Laura Dobbs, Sophie Hollis and Steph Ord all scored for Blyth, whilst Spennymoor responded through Loren Salkeld, Autumn Colledge and Courtney Mole. Chester-le-Street Utd kept their slim hopes alive by winning 3-2 at West Allotment Celtic, goals coming from Jade Fenton, Kirsty Gillis and Holly Doogan. Hannah Dixon scored the only goal of the game for Washington Association in their 1-0 win over Guisborough Town.

In the Southern Division, Millmoor Juniors Ladies wrapped up the season with a 2-0 victory over Wakefield Trinity U23, Delia Hurdiss and Abby Watkinson scoring their goals.

North West League

Tranmere Rovers made sure of the runners-up spot in the Premier Division after they won 3-0 away to Fleetwood Town Wrens. Crewe Alexandra did all they could but they will have to settle for third place despite beating Salford City Lionesses 4-0.

Second place was on offer on the last day of the season in Division One North and it was Haslingden - who had not been in the top two all season - who won 2-0 away to long time leaders Blackpool to take runners-up. Preston North End follow on in fourth, they were 3-1 victors over Penrith AFC. Carlisle Utd finished off the season with another victory, this time winning 2-1 against mid-table Accrington Stanley CT.

Curzon Ashton had clinched the Division One South title seven days earlier and they rounded off their campaign with another victory, 4-1 away to Northwich Vixens. Altrincham and Didsbury Ladies exchanged victories and shared the points in a double header, whilst Alder FC Women and Wythenshawe Amateurs finished level at 1-1.  

South West League

AFC St Austell are the league Champions after they held their nerve to win 4-0 away to Forest Green Rovers and overhaul Ilminster Town's points total. Charlotte Whitmore scored all four goals, two in each half, to spearhead a strong performance which sees the Cornish side lift the Premier Division title at the first attempt.

It is all over as well in the Eastern Division, Warminster Town sealing the title with a 1-0 victory over Swindon Town Development in their top of the table clash, Maddie Brown scoring the only goal of the game. Paulton Rovers look set to finish third after beating Keynsham Town Res 4-1. Molly Haskins, Summer Hemmings, Beth Knight and Tracey Rouemaine all scored a goal apiece for Paulton, with Keynsham's consolation coming from Olivia Bees. Millie Light and Martha Wyatt were on target for Frome Town as they shared a 2-2 draw with AEK Boco, who scored through Lucy Atkinson and Eloise Nicholas.

The third title in the league to be decided on Sunday was that of the Western Division, where Liskeard Athletic put themselves in an unassailable position with a 6-0 victory against Helston Athletic. Lucy Jones, Ezme Wells and Chloe Williams all scored twice to take Liskeard above long time leaders Plymouth Argyle U23.

West Midlands League

Stourbridge are closing in on the league title and require one more win after scoring seven times without reply past second placed Lichfield City. Carly Aldred bagged a hat-trick and the others came from Ellie McGovern, Ruby Meeson, Esme Moran and Niamh Murphy. Sutton Coldfield Town's challenge was dealt a huge blow as they were beaten 2-0 by Kidderminster Harriers, who defeated a second title challenger in three weeks. Tilly Pearson and Dani Selmes scored the goals for Kidderminster. Neve Platt and Angel Scandrett scored the goals as Coventry Sphinx battled out a 2-2 draw with Redditch Utd, who replied through Naeve Foy and Jade Guppy.

Shrewsbury Town's dominance of Division One North is showing no signs of slowing up. The title winners won 5-0 against second placed Walsall Wood to open up a huge lead of fifteen points, Libby Veitch netting twice along with further goals from Madison Jones, Vikki Owen and Zoe Child. Wood must now wait and see if their points total will be overtaken by Shifnal Town in the chase for the runners-up position.

The last match of the season was played in Division One South and it saw Leamington Lions win 3-2 away to Kingfisher. Kitty Jones, Bonnie Mountford and Kiran Sangha all scored for Leamington, with Lauren Pearson and Jessica Lingham replying.

Shifnal Town are through to the Division One North Cup Final after a 3-1 victory away to Coventry City. Maria Bell, Jenna Boddison and Jada-Mia Lee all scored a goal apiece, with Lauren Bailey-O'Toole grabbing a consolation for Coventry. Shifnal will await the winners of the other semi final between Shrewsbury Town and Walsall Wood, which is being played this Sunday.