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Sheffield FC need to win two of their last four matches to make sure of the title after they won 3-0 away to Wakefield. Lisa Giampalma, Stacy Elliott and Kerry Parkin netted the goals for Sheffield.
Sarah Manning and Katie Kinland were on the scoresheet as Middlesbrough kept their hopes alive by beating Bradford City 2-0 but they are beginning to run out of games.
Sheffield Wednesday won 3-2 against Tranmere Rovers to stay in the hunt in third place, thanks to goals from Katie Nutter, Amanda Barr and Laura Bailey.
South Durham RA are looking set for a fourth place finish after they defeated Salford Ladies 4-2. After falling two goals behind, Nicky Duckling scored a hat-trick to put South Durham in front and Kerry Denham added the fourth.
Liverpool Feds' recent good form has taken them into the top half of the table. They kept their run going with a 2-0 victory away to Stockport County, goals coming from Gayle Formston and Tara Stanley.
A 4-1 victory away to Scunthorpe Utd has taken Mossley Hill out of the bottom two and three places up the table. Kaisha Sohl was on target twice for the Merseysiders, along with Carla Lee and Sophie Perry.
Rotherham Utd dipped to their first defeat of the season, beaten 2-0 by Leafield Athletic, whose goals came from Stacey Davis and Hollie Hearnden.
Sporting Club Albion seized the opportunity to move to within three points of Rotherham, thanks to an
8-2 victory over Copsewood (Coventry). Ashleigh Neville led the scoring for Albion with a five-goal haul, Robyn James weighed in with a double and Laura McQuilkin was also on target.
Stoke City still have a chance of a top three finish and they maintained those chances by running out
5-0 winners over Stratford Town. Tash Catalano scored twice and she was joined on the scoresheet by Kate Asher, Lucy Ridgeway and Emma Sanders.
Northampton Town picked up one of their best results of the season, a goal from Lisa Porter giving them a 1-0 win away to third placed Radcliffe Olympic which virtually banishes any lingering relegation fears.
South East Combination
Tottenham Hotspur will have to wait at least one more game before sewing up the title after they were beaten 2-1 by Milton Keynes Dons. A win would actually have seen Spurs crowned as Champions but goals from Lauren Goodier and Heather McDonnell saw the Dons boost their play-off challenge, Emma Kayser scoring a consolation for Spurs.
Norwich City meanwhile saw their title hopes falter as they were held to a 1-1 draw in their local derby with Ipswich Town, despite a goal from Charlotte Branch.
Lewes stepped up their claim for a play-off place, thanks to a 4-2 victory over Luton Town. Mel Routledge led the scoring with a hat-trick, Charlotte Bennett was also on target.
Enfield Town received a setback to their hopes by being held to a 1-1 draw by Crystal Palace, who moved a point closer towards their goal of safety. Katie Wilding gave Enfield the lead from the penalty spot, before Sherelle Walters grabbed a vital equaliser for Palace.
Cambridge Women remain in contention for a top half finish following their 4-0 victory away to Old Actonians, who must wait and see if they will finish outside the bottom two after completing their fixtures. Sophie Thompson netted twice for Cambridge along with Nat Richardson and Jordan Holland.
South West Combination
Natalie Adams scored twice and Kat Bowers the other as Chesham Utd completed their league fixtures with a 3-1 victory over Swindon Town, which sees them return to the top of the table. The Clarets will have to wait and see if they are to claim a play-off place or if Havant & Waterlooville are to overhaul them.
Newquay can still finish in the top half following their 1-0 win against Southampton Saints, who remain in the bottom two places.
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