In the first of our end of season round-ups of County League honours, we salute the likes of St Agnes, St Albans and St Ives Town.
Beds & Herts – League & Cup success for unbeaten St Albans
St Albans completed the double when taking the Division 1 title by 9 points from Northwood, whom they also beat 2-1 in the League Cup final.
Garston Reserves were champions of the second with Welwyn Pegasus Sapphires runners-up and in Division 3 Wheathampstead Wanderers finished top having 3 more points than Bedford Development.
Letchworth Garden City edged Sherrardswood on penalties in the Chris Renshaw Cup final following a 1-1 draw.
Birmingham – Sandwell seal double
Sandwell only dropped 2 points throughout an 18-game league campaign to top the Premier by 6 points from Kingfisher.
The top two also met in the League Cup final with Sandwell again coming out on top by four goals to one.
AFC Telford boast maximum points from their 18 games in Division 1 to end 13 clear of Sutton Coldfield Town Royals.
S-Tech Cambridgeshire – St Ives top Premiership
St Ives Town won 19 of their 21 matches in becoming Premiership champions by a margin of 8 points from Newmarket Town, who also had to settle for second in the League Cup final when losing 2-0 to ICA Sports.
Riverside captured the Championship North crown by 6 points from Ketton, while in the South section Histon Reserves picked up the trophy due to a better goal-difference than Fulbourn Institute Bluebirds. It was close also in the Divisional Cup with Histon scoring the only goal against Fulbourn.
Cheshire – Chester clear champions
Chester FC Women were 14 points better off then anyone else in the top flight, with Wythenshawe Amateurs the distant second-placed side. Chester also lifted the Challenge Cup with a 4-0 defeat of Stockport County Development.
Altrincham Development drew a third of their games but lost none in taking the Division 2 title by 5 points from Earlestown Athletic.
Upton only dropped a couple of points in winning Division 3, Sandbach United were second with 8 points less.
Pirate FM Cornwall – Back-to-back title for St Agnes
St Agnes retained the league title with 19 wins in 20 matches, averaging exactly 7 goals a game. Their points tally was 7 better than runners-up Mousehole, whom they beat 3-1 in their last fixture.