Three FA WNL finals at Broadhurst Park Stadium

Derby County FC Women are favourites for FAWNL Plate final
Derby County go into the FA WNL Plate Final as favourites. (Photo: John Shirras)

FC United’s Broadhurst Park Stadium hosts three FA Women’s National League finals over the weekend, while the Manchester side play at Doncaster Rovers on Saturday evening.

Liverpool Feds and Peterborough United are up first for the Reserves Plate on Saturday at noon, AFC Bournemouth and Oxford United then contest the Reserves Cup, before Cambridge United go up against Derby County in the League Plate Final on Sunday.

Second-placed Northern Premier side Burnley play Liverpool Feds at Turf Moor, Stoke City welcome West Brom to the Bet365 stadium.

Loughborough Lightning go into the last two games two points clear of Sporting Khalsa in Midlands Division 1, hosting basement side Sheffield FC while their nearest title rivals go to Leafield Athletic who are still in danger. Leek Town are two points from safety and hosting Sutton Coldfield, Notts County are just the right side of the dotted line and home to Lincoln City.

Hull City are one point and one games better off than Division 1 North title rivals Middlesbrough, as they face a York City side battling to stay up and Boro visit Norton. FC United will be down if defeated at Doncaster, where a point will be off little use to them.

A point for AFC Wimbledon in their penultimate match at third-placed Worthing will see them confirmed as Division 1 South East champions, or if Norwich City fail to beat AFC Sudbury.

Going into their last three games of the season, both Division 1 South West title contenders are still unbeaten. Exeter City are top by two points and home to Bridgwater United, AFC Bournemouth play relegated Selsey. Eleventh plays tenth as Torquay United look to give themselves a lifeline against Portishead Town.

Saturday 20 April


Doncaster Rovers Belles v FC United of Manchester (Eco-Power Stadium, 6pm)


AFC Bournemouth Development v Oxford United Development (Broadhurst Park Stadium, 4pm)


Liverpool Feds Reserves v Peterborough United Development (Broadhurst Park Stadium, 12pm)

Sunday 21 April (2pm)


Cambridge United v Derby County (Broadhurst Park Stadium)


AFC Fylde v Huddersfield Town (Kellamergh Park)
Burnley v Liverpool Feds (Turf Moor)
Halifax v Newcastle United (Yorkshire Amateur FC)
Newcastle United v Huddersfield Town (Kingston Park Stadium)
Stoke City v West Bromwich Albion (Bet365 Stadium)
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Nottingham Forest (AFC Telford Utd)


Billericay Town v Plymouth Argyle (Billericay Town FC)
Cheltenham Town v Portsmouth (Bishops Cleeve FC)
Ipswich Town v Cardiff City LFC (Felixstowe & Walton Utd FC)
London Bees v Rugby Borough (The Hive 3G)
Oxford United v Milton Keynes Dons (Oxford City FC)
Hashtag United v Chatham Town (Aveley FC, 3pm)


Boldmere St Michaels v Solihull Moors (Boldmere St Michaels FC)
Leafield Athletic v Sporting Khalsa (Castle Vale Stadium)
Loughborough Lightning v Sheffield FC (Holywell Sports Complex)
Notts County v Lincoln City (Hucknall Town FC)
Leek Town v Sutton Coldfield Town (Leek Town FC, 3pm)


Chorley v Barnsley WFC (Coppull Utd FC)
Durham Cestria v Chester le Street Town (Maiden Castle)
Hull City v York City (Barton Town FC)
Norton & Stockton Ancients v Middlesbrough (Norton Sports Complex)
Stockport County v Leeds United (Stockport Sports Village)


Actonians v London Seaward (Rectory Park, Middx FA)
Ashford Town v Haywards Heath Town (Ashford Town [Middx] FC)
Chesham United v Queens Park Rangers (Chesham Utd FC)
Norwich City v AFC Sudbury (The Nest)
Worthing v AFC Wimbledon (Worthing FC, 3pm)


AFC Bournemouth v Selsey (Ringwood Town FC)
Abingdon United v Swindon Town (Abingdon Utd FC)
Exeter City v Bridgwater United (Exwick Sports Hub)
Maidenhead United v Keynsham Town (Maidenhead Utd FC)
Moneyfields v Southampton Women (Moneyfields Sports & Social Club)
Torquay United v Portishead Town (Devon County FA)

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