Bromley among six more Women’s County League champions

Bromley won the Greater London Premier
Photo: @BromleyLadiesFC

Bromley, Eaton Socon Eagles, Lichfield City Reserves, Mansfield Hosiery Mills, FC Chippenham and Yorkshire Amateur all clinched County League titles on 8 May.

Bromley won the Greater London League Premier Division with a game to spare, when title chasing Clapton CFC lost 2-1 at home to Islington Borough. However, Bromley are not one of the six sides in the League Finals Day, which begins at 11am on 22 May at Bedfont Sports Club.

Eaton Socon Eagles are celebrating their first ever league trophy as winners of Cambridgeshire Division 2. A 6-0 success at Waterbeach sealed the title, Kendal O’Connor netting a hat-trick, as they stepped out of reach of second-placed Cambridge Rangers.

Eaton Socon Eagles won their first league trophy
Eaton Socon Eagles won their first league trophy. (Photo: Hannah Hutchinson)

Lichfield City Reserves had a walkover in their last game, which ensured they won the Staffordshire League’s top tier (Division 1) ahead of Leek Town.

Mansfield Hosiery Mills finished top of the Nottinghamshire League, winning Division 1 whilst still unbeaten and with one game left. Amy Jones had a four-goal haul in the 7-1 defeat of Nottingham Trent University, leaving West Bridgford Colts unable to catch them. The Hoes can make it a double in the League Cup Final on 22 May, when they face Arnold Eagles Flyers at Mansfield Town FC’s Radford & Hymas Academy, kick off 3pm.

FC Chippenham are champions of the Wiltshire League following a 3-0 defeat of Durrington in the top of the table clash. Chantalle Church scored once and substitute Charlotte Cowper twice, in a result that also ended Melksham Town’s title hopes.

Yorkshire Amateur won the West Riding League
Photo: Yorkshire Amateur AFC

Yorkshire Amateur topped the West Riding League Premier Division after a 4-1 result at Harrogate Railway, where Maria McKenna bagged a brace, Josie Bower and Michelle Walsh one each. Lower Hopton had been the last side in a position to catch them but the title was sealed with two games remaining.

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