Greater London trio feature in County Women’s Leagues honours

Walton Casuals won the Gtr London Premier title
Walton Casuals Jess Drage and Nadia Peters of Brentford. (Photo:

Several County Women’s League champions were decided on Sunday, three of those in Greater London and two in Gloucestershire.

Walton Casuals clinched the Greater London Women’s League Premier Division title with a 4-2 result at third-placed Brentford, Nicola Saunders twice on target as they went 15 points clear.

Bromley won Division 1 South with just the two points dropped to date, ending ahead of second in the table Sutton United U-21s.

Brentford Development nailed Division 2 North with a ninth straight victory coming 2-1 at Hackney. Goals from Kasey Clifford and Shannon Read ensured they will not be caught by Watford Development Reserves.

Helston were crowned Cornwall West Division winners with two games to spare, following a 4-0 success at second-placed Penryn. Sasha Sparkes scored twice to take her tally to 15 in just six games. Saltash United earlier lifted the East Division trophy.

Cornwall league champions Helston
Photo: @HelstonAFCWomen

Spennymoor Town were celebrating the Durham Division 1 championship despite being held at home by title rivals Billingham Synthonia. Leah Curry had them ahead and although Sophia Lyons levelled, the draw put the Moors beyond the reach of the Synners.

Bristol Rovers bagged top spot in the Gloucestershire Division One, conceding just once in total, it was a couple of walkovers that took them above Bristol & West.

Olveston finished in pole position in Gloucestershire Division 2 thanks to a 2-0 scoreline against Longlevens, who consequently slipped to third spot. Abbie Mitchell and Lauren White got the goals for the Gas Girls, while Bishops Cleeve grabbed the runners-up spot as Leonie Gough got a hat-trick in the 6-1 defeat of Cheltenham Civil Service.

Nottingham Trent University are Nottinghamshire Senior Division champions, success sealed by the recent 5-2 win at Keyworth United.

Hastings United came from 3-1 down to beat Montpellier Villa 4-3, with the aid of a Molly Hill double and so claim the Sussex County League title.

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