Several more County Women’s Leagues champions declared

Gre London Div 1 North winners, Sport London e Benfica
Sport London e Benfica celebrations begin. (Photo: @LondonBenficaFC)

Several more Women’s County League champions were declared at the weekend, including Sport London E Benfica who won on goal-difference.

Dorset – Holt United were champions with a 100% record after storming to an 11-2 win at Shaftesbury Town, with Gemma Mountain leading the way with six goals.

Greater London – Sport London E Benfica pipped Headstone Manor to the Division 1 North title by a margin of three in goal-difference after Sunday’s 1-1 draw at Tower Hamlets.

Leicestershire – Nuneaton Borough became Division 2 champions with a 4-0 result at second-placed Hinckley, their eleventh win on the trot.

Liverpool – Division 1 champions were Alder after they ended Southport’s hopes with a 2-1 result over them, while their other challengers, Tranmere Rovers Reserves, were held 3-3 at home by BRNESC. Halewood Town had been on the verge of the Division 2 title following a 6-0 midweek win over Salford United, who then beat Liverpool Feds Development 8-4 to seal Halewood’s success.

Photo: @wallsendbcwomen

Northumberland – Wallsend BC Reserves wrapped up the league title with a 3-2 victory at Cramlington Town, which moved them out of range of second-placed Alnwick Town Development.

Thames Valley Counties – Penn & Tylers Green won 5-1 at Slough Town to go clear at the top of Division 3 East and need one more point from their last two games to clinch the title. Long Crendon earlier won Division 2 and are one game away from an unbeaten campaign, Haddenham had won 3 North, Goring United took the Development top spot ahead of Yateley United.

Penn and Tylers Green v Slough Tow
Sasha Smith of Penn & Tylers Green who scored three, and Laira Ashad of Slough Town. (Photo:

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