#FAWNL: Keynsham Town set to clinch South West Division 1 title

Photo: Keynsham Town LFC

A second champion of the season could be declared after Sunday’s results, with Keynsham Town set to win promotion back to the FAWNL Southern Premier.

Sunday 7 April (2pm)

FA WOMEN’S NATIONAL LEAGUE

NORTHERN PREMIER

Derby County v Middlesbrough (Mickleover Sports)
Nottingham Forest v Blackburn Rovers (Eastwood CFC)
Stoke City v Fylde (Norton United FC)
Sunderland v Huddersfield Town (Eppleton Colliery Welfare FC)

SOUTHERN PREMIER

Coventry United v Queens Park Rangers (Daventry Town FC)
Gillingham v Portsmouth (Chatham Town FC)
Plymouth Argyle v Milton Keynes Dons (Bovey Tracey FC)

MIDLANDS DIVISION 1

Bedworth United v West Bromwich Albion (Bedworth Utd FC)
Nettleham v Burton Albion (Nettleham FC)
Solihull Moors v Steel City Wanderers (West Midland Sports & Social Club, 2.30)

NORTHERN DIVISION 1

Brighouse Town v Crewe Alexandra (Brighouse Town FC)
Chorley v Barnsley (Chorley FC)
Leeds United v Bolton Wanderers (Leeds United FC Training Ground, 3pm)
Morecambe v Burnley (Slyne FC)
Newcastle United v Liverpool Feds (Whitley Park)

SOUTH EAST DIVISION 1

Crawley Wasps v Cambridge United (Steyning Town FC)
Enfield Town v Leyton Orient (Enfield Town FC)
Ipswich Town v AFC Wimbledon (Felixstowe & Walton FC)
Luton Town v Actonians (The Brache)

SOUTH WEST DIVISION 1

Brislington v Buckland Athletic (Brislington Stadium)
Chesham United v Cheltenham Town (Chesham Utd FC)
Larkhall Athletic v Poole Town (Larkhall Athletic FC)
Southampton Saints v Keynsham Town (Sholing FC)

Nottingham Forest take on Northern Premier champions Blackburn Rovers, with the two best-placed sides for the runners-up slot – Sunderland and Huddersfield Town – going head to head.

Coventry United will look to open up a nine-point lead in the Southern Premier when hosting a winless QPR, while Plymouth Argyle’s game with MK Dons is being played at Bovey Tracey FC.

Bedworth United welcome West Brom with the visitors needing just four points from as many games to take the Midlands Division 1 title.

There’s a couple of changes of venue in Northern Division 1, as Morecambe meet leaders Burnley at Slyne FC and Newcastle United entertain Liverpool Feds at Whitley Park. Burnley also require four points from four games to become champions.

Two wins from their last five games will see Crawley Wasps win the South East Division 1 and the first of those fixtures is against Cambridge United at Steyning Town FC.

Keynsham Town will clinch the South West Division 1 crown with two games to spare if they avoid defeat at Southampton Saints.

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