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East Midlands League

With the Premier Division title having been decided the previous week, second place was up for grabs as Lincoln Utd met Chesterfield and it was the Spireites who claimed the runners-up spot after they battled out a 1-1 draw. Lincoln went into the game needing a win and took a first half lead through Elise Keyworth but after the break, Georgina Williams scored the goal to earn Chesterfield the points they required to finish second.

London & South East League

Division One North title winners Sutton Utd rounded off their successful campaign with a 5-2 victory away to Sport London e Benfica. Olivia Watson netted twice for Sutton along with Cassie Brown, Darcy Wells and an own goal, whilst the home side replied with a double from Sarah Whale. Amy Nicholson (2), Megan Kapadia and Kate Meehan accounted for the goals as Hackney won 4-1 away to Clapham Utd.

The last match of the season in Division One South ended in a second victory for Meridian Ladies, but it was not quite enough for them to avoid finishing at the bottom. Kirsty Hampton-Goodall scored twice and Shai O'Hara the other as Meridian won 3-2 away to Newhaven, who replied through Lucy Collinson and Summer Dutton.

North East League

Champions York City are showing no signs of slowing up and on Sunday, they defeated third placed Harrogate Town 5-1. Sophie Tinson led the scoring with a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Rebecca Fevers and Rebecca Hunt, with Hannah Freibach replying. Jess Round and Lucy Watson netted the goals as Redcar Town won 2-1 against Hartlepool Utd, whose consolation came from Jessica Dawson. South Shields continue to finish the season in good form, scoring eleven times without reply past Sheffield Wednesday and moving themselves up to fifth in the process, whilst Jael Anderson and Allison Ferris were on target for Sunderland West End in their 2-2 draw with Farsley Celtic.

Second place in the Northern Division title is still up for grabs and Boro Rangers kept themselves in the running with a midweek 3-2 victory over West Allotment Celtic. Jessica Robinson (2) and Eve Jackson scored their goals, with Victoria Curtis and Megan Hindmarsh, but Chester-le-Street Utd should claim the runners-up positiion by winning their final game, due to a much superior goal difference.

South West League

Paulton Rovers will finish in third place in the Eastern Division following their 4-2 victory over Chipping Sodbury Town on Sunday. Alex Gwyther was on target twice for Paulton along with Tracey Rouemaine and Imogen Stocker, while Sodbury's replies came from Shannon Francis and Izzie Smart. In the other game, Lucy Atkinson hit a hat-trick and Emilie Channing-Cone added the other as AEK Boco edged out Keynsham Town Res by the odd goal in seven, Keynsham scoring through Olivia Bees, Charlotte Morrison and Hannah Sims.

West Midlands League

Stourbridge power on and notched up their 20th victory of the season, 5-1 away to Coventry Sphinx. Ruby Meeson bagged a brace for the newly crowned Premier Division Champions, while Keira-Cheynelle Scarlett, Lili Beth Bown and Millie Rogers added the others. Lichfield City must wait and see if they will finish in second place after completing their matches with a 9-1 victory at City of Stoke, in which Shelbie Cartwright hit a hat-trick with Courtney Dilger (2), Saddiqa Shan (2), Alicia Bailes and Demi Walker were also on target. Kirsty Spencer and Hannah Vincent each scored twice, with Paige Leonard and Chelsea Hunter adding the others, as Crusaders ran out 6-1 winners away to Kidderminster Harriers whose consolation came from Sarah Lojko.