Liverpool Feds Seal Runners-up Spot

Tuesday April 26th

Leafield Athletic 1-0 Loughborough Students

Leafield’s penultimate game of the season saw them edge Loughborough Students by the only goal of the gane, scored by Charlotte Hughes on 24 minutes.

Athletic are now four points above the Midlands relegation zone but with the worst goal-difference of the three sides in danger.

Thursday April 28th

Peterborough Northern Star 0-1 Leicester City WFC

Next-to-bottom Peterborough Northern Star made a brave attempt to halt the perfect form of champions Leicester City Women, going down by the only goal.

Leicester scored on 16 minutes. against the run of play, as Chantelle Robinson did well to win the ball and curl it into the corner.

PNS had a couple of late penalty appeals waved away but if they now win their next two matches, against Sporting Khalsa at home on Sunday and Leafield away on May 8th, they will ensure their Premier League survival.

Radcliffe Olympic 0-3 Wolverhampton Wanderers

Wolves leapfrogged Radcliffe Olympics into second place when beating them 3-0 away and now only need a single points from their last 3 games to seal the runners-up place.

Amber Quick headed home a Jade Cross delivery on 12 minutes and doubled her tally on 42 minutes after Anna Perks and Jessica Davis combined to set her up. Jenni Anslow then buried a late free kick to complete the win.

Liverpool Marshalls Feds 3-2 Tranmere Rovers

Liverpool Marshalls Feds sealed the Northern Division 1 runners-up spot with a narrow win over relegation-threatended Tranmere.

Carina Mendes, Abby Pope and Rosie Havelin scored for the Feds, narrowing Rovers escape route, as they still trail Stockport County by 7 points but now with 4 games in hand.

Pictured – PNS’s Sarah Hudson saves a Leicester free kick. (Photo: Tim Symonds)

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