FAWNL: Titles within grasp of Billericay Town and Liverpool Feds

Billericay Town could be promoted on Sunday
Billericay Town will be hoping for even bigger celebrations on Sunday. (Photo: @BTFCWomen)

Two FA Women’s National League Division 1 winners could be crowned on Sunday, as Billericay Town and Liverpool Feds host crucial games.

Newcastle play a first ever league game at St James’s Park but their promotion bid could be ended by Liverpool Feds, who need just a point at home to FC United. However, the Manchester side require a win themselves to have a chance of avoiding the drop.

Billericay Town have a straightforward task to take the Division 1 title ahead of Hashtag United, that being victory over visitors London Seaward.

Northern Premier champions Wolves finish at home to Loughborough on what is the final day for most sides.

Southern Premier winners Southampton FC host Cardiff City Ladies, who occupy the last relegation place, two points behind MK Dons. Ipswich lead Oxford by one point in the race for the runners-up spot, Town away at Portsmouth and United visiting Gillingham.

Doncaster need a win at Solihull to seal second place in Division 1 Midlands, rivals Lincoln have the easier fixture at home to Wem.

Exeter City and Southampton Women are playing for third spot in Division 1 South West, with the Grecians having to win to leapfrog their visitors.

Meanwhile, on Saturday at 10.30am, Huddersfield Town play Barnsley at Doncaster Rovers FC in the Sheffield & Hallamshire County Cup final.

Division 1 North title-rivals, Newcaste United and Liverpool Feds
Division 1 North title rivals, Newcastle United and Liverpool Feds. (Photo: Colin Lock)

Sunday 1 May (2pm)

Northern Premier Division

Burnley v Middlesbrough (Lancashire FA County Ground)
Nottingham Forest v Brighouse Town (Eastwood CFC)
Sheffield FC v Derby County (Sheffield FC)
Stoke City v West Bromwich Albion (Norton MWI & CC)
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Loughborough Lightning (AFC Wulfrunians)

Southern Premier Division

Bridgwater United v Hounslow (Bridgwater Utd FC)
Chichester & Selsey v Crawley Wasps (Selsey FC)
Gillingham v Oxford United (Kings Hill Sports Park)
London Bees v Plymouth Argyle (Barnet FC)
Milton Keynes Dons v Keynsham Town (Stadium MK)
Portsmouth v Ipswich Town (Havant & Waterlooville FC)
Southampton FC v Cardiff City LFC (Totton & Eling FC)

Division 1 Midlands

Leafield Athletic v Burton Albion (Dickens Heath Sports Club)
Lincoln City v Wem Town (Moorlands Sports Ground)
Long Eaton United v Leek Town (Long Eaton Utd FC)
Peterborough United v Sporting Khalsa (Mick George Training Academy, 3pm)
Solihull Moors v Doncaster Rovers Belles (Solihull Moors FC, 3pm)

Division 1 North

Alnwick Town v Newcastle United (Newcastle Utd FC)
Chester le Street Town v Leeds United (Chester le Street Town FC)
Chorley v Norton & Stockton Ancients (Coppull Utd FC)
Liverpool Feds v FC United of Manchester (Jericho Lane Sports Hub)
Stockport County v Durham Cestria (Stockport Sports Village)

Division 1 South East

AFC Wimbledon v Cambridge United (Carshalton Athletic FC)
Actonians v Cambridge City (Rectory Park, Middlesex FA)
Billericay Town v London Seaward (Billericay Town FC)
Kent Football United v Enfield Town (Glentworth Club)
Queens Park Rangers v Norwich City (QPR FC)

Division 1 South West

Exeter City v Southampton Women (Exwick Sports Hub)

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