County Women’s Leagues: The latest divisional winners

Mortimer win Thames Valley title
Mortimer celebrate their success. (Photo: www.jamesprickett.co.uk)

Cardea, Guisborough, Mortimer, Westfields and Woking all clinched top spot in their respective County Women’s League divisions in recent days.

BEDS & HERTS – Garston Reserves won Group G after a 1-1 midweek draw at challengers Oaklands Reserves, with Yasmin Sabri getting the goal. Bishops Stortford finished first in Group H, overtaking Watton with a 4-0 victory at Bury Rangers.

CAMBRIDGESHIRE – Cardea won Championship North after thrashing Cambourne United 15-0, Emma Pollard with an eight-goal haul.

MIDWEST COUNTIES – Westfields won the abbreviated league campaign after a 7-0 sinking of Inkberrow, in which Katie Young scored four.

NORTH RIDING – Guisborough finished three points clear of Redcar Town Reserves at the top of the Premier, following a 3-1 result away at Poppleton.

Mortimer beat Newbury Development 10-0.
Samantha Richards of Newbury Development and Mel Saunders of Mortimer. (Photo: www.jamesprickett.co.uk)

THAMES VALLEY COUNTIES – Woking won Division 1 by a point from Carterton, with both sides having walkovers in their final games. Mortimer clinched the Division 3 South title with a 10-0 victory against Newbury Development, in which Louise Delaney netted four times. The result saw them overtake S4K Berks County by two points, with their fixtures already completed.

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