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Middlesbrough stepped up their claims for the runners-up position with a 2-0 victory away to Stockport County with goals from Nicky Duckling and Abby Lyle. If 'Boro can win their two remaining games, they will take second place behind title winners Rochdale.
Liverpool Feds added to Darlington RA's woes by running out 11-0 winners, a result which takes them back into fifth place. Gill Hart led the scoring for the Feds with a four-goal haul while Gemma Perischine, Natalie White and Tara Stanley weighed in with doubles and there was one apiece from Carla Hickey and Danielle Higgins.
Abby Wynn, Isha Mundell, Alisha Cain and Chelsea Scholes were all on the scoresheet as Salford Ladies claimed a 4-0 success away to Tranmere Rovers.
* On Wednesday night, Salford completed a rapid double over Tranmere by beating them 4-1 with goals from Alisha Cain, Abby Wynn, Clare Daley and Chelsea Scholes.
Rotherham Utd are virtually assured of finishing in fourth place following their 2-1 win away to Crewe Alexandra, goals coming from Zuzana Pramukova and Nat Mason.
Wolverhampton Wanderers follow on after they defeated Copsewood (Coventry) 5-1. Dani Selmes led the scoring with a double and there were further strikes from Sophie Richards, Sophie Walker and Hayley Packer with Leona McCook grabbing a late consolation for Copsewood.
Stoke City continue to finish the season well and they notched up another victory, 4-2 against Loughborough Foxes. Lucy Ridgeway, Emma Sanders, Chantelle Gallacher and Sophie Taylor were all on target for the Potters.
Leicester City meanwhile picked up a valuable three points in a 1-0 win over Leafield Athletic.
South East Combination
Norwich City rounded off what has been a good season for their club by beating newly crowned Champions Gillingham 2-0 in the League Cup Final at Broxbourne.
The scoreline was goalless at half time but it was Norwich who took the lead after the break when Beth Bygrave netted the rebound after her initial shot had been blocked. The Canaries needed to withstand pressure as Gillingham sought an equaliser but they went on to secure the game and the trophy through a further strike from Chelsea Garrett.
South West Combination
The battle to lift the title has now been whittled down to a two-horse race following the latest round of fixtures. Chesham Utd received a setback to their challenge as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Cullompton Rangers on Sunday, but followed it up in midweek by winning 7-1 at Reading Town to go four points clear. Sian Williams netted a hat-trick for Chesham with doubles from Nadine Bates and Kat Bowers.
Yeovil Town meanwhile have matters well and truly in their hands after their 2-0 victory way to Plymouth Argyle, thanks to a double from Kim Turner. Yeovil need to pick up eight points from their four remaining matches in order to be confirmed as Champions.
Havant & Waterlooville's challenge has come to an end following their 1-1 draw away to Swindon Town, despite a goal from Charley Wilson. Kirsty Jones was on target for Swindon.
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