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Regional Leagues round-up…

East Midlands League

Derby County Academy produced a stunning second half comeback to win 4-3 against Lincoln Utd in the League Cup Final and lift a second trophy this season, having already won the Division One South title. The Premier Division side had led 2-1 at half time thanks to Abigail Murrell and Lucy Farrow and Lauren Churcher increased their advantage three minutes after the restart but the Ewe Rams, who had earlier scored through Iesha Rollins, staged a fightback and goals from Rosie Hunt and Marli Rhodes-Andrews levelled the scores. Olivia Edwards then headed Derby in front for the first time with eleven minutes remaining and they held out for the remainder of the game to put the seal on what has been a tremendous season for them.

Earlier in the day, Mansfield Town had got the better of Rotherham Utd in an all-Premier Division League Plate Final, goals from Nikki Wigman, Ashleigh Evans and Georgina Gladwin giving them a 3-1 victory.

Eastern Region League

AFC Sudbury completed a marvellous season for themselves as they came from behind to beat Hutton 2-1 in the League Plate Final at Haverhill.

The Yellows went into the game on the back of hearing that they had been confirmed as Division One South Champions and after Lauren Knight had given Hutton a first half lead, Sudbury hit back after the break and goals from Jess Allen and Holly Kennard gave them victory.

London & South East League

Dorking Wanderers made sure of finishing as runners-up in Division One North with an 11-0 victory over Clapham Utd. Charlotte Keenan was on target five times and Charlotte Blunt weighed in with a hat-trick, whilst further goals from Xayla-Rae Alberts, Sarah Chapman and Hannah Thomas put the seal on a result which means that Dorking will finish above Dulwich Hamlet Res. Hannah Summers meanwhile scored for Sport London e Benfica as they battled out a 1-1 draw with Hackney, who netted through Kea Felix.

North East League

York City notched up another win on Sunday, the newly crowned Champions running out 7-3 winners away to Wakefield Trinity. Holly Findlay led the scoring for York with a hat-trick, Shannon Durkin weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Rebecca Fevers and Sophie Tinson, whilst Wakefield replied through a Neve Renwick brace and Megan Brackenbury. South Shields meanwhile completed their campaign with a sixth win in seven matches, against the last team to beat them, Wallsend Boys Club. Eve Gatens, Becki McMahon, Caitlin Bates and Gabby Pedersen all scored to give Shields a 4-0 victory which leaves them in fourth place in the table.

Chester-le-Street Utd have taken the runners-up spot in the Northern Division after they finished their fixtures with a 6-0 victory over Bishop Auckland. Laura Walker, Emma Hewett, Holly Doogan, Francesca Takher, Rebecca Hansen and Ellie Medd all scored a goal apiece for United, who were confirmed to be in second place on Wednesday night when Boro Rangers were beaten 7-2 by Washington Association. Jessica Cook bagged a hat-trick for Washington along with Hannah Dixon (2), Abigail Herron and Ellie Laidler, Jade Danks and Jessica Robinson replying.

West Midlands League

Stourbridge have had a magnificent season which has seen them lift the Premier Division title and on Sunday, they completed the league and cup double by beating Kidderminster Harriers 5-0 in the Premier Division Cup Final at Lichfield. Kidderminster had enjoyed a fine run in the competition but their second cup final of the campaign proved to be a bridge too far as Esme Moran netted twice for the Glassgirls and she was joined on the scoresheet by Ellie McGovern, Hannah Fishwick and Ruby Meeson.

Title winners Shrewsbury Town were not so successful in their quest for the double as they were beaten 3-0 by Shifnal Town in the Division One North Cup Final. Rebecca-Lee Bown netted twice for Shifnal, with Holly Bullock adding the other to give Shifnal a trophy to go alongside their runners-up medals in the league.

It was a different story in the Division One South Cup Final, with Solihull Sporting making sure of the double by scoring six times without reply past Leamington Lions. Isabelle Haigh crowned a great day for the Champions with a four-goal haul, whilst Sigourney Gowlett and Lauren Smith contributed the other goals.

Sutton Coldfield Town need to avoid a four-goal defeat in their final match of the season - against Champions Stourbridge - in order to be confirmed as runners-up in the Premier Division, following their 4-0 victory over Crusaders. Niamh Deasy led the scoring with a hat-trick, while Ruth Graham added the other goal. It has not been the happiest of campaigns for City of Stoke but it ended on a winning note for them, 6-1 against Tamworth. Holly Ellison and Kiera Willdigg each netted twice along with Chloe Brown and Connie Shaw-Peake.