Title-chasing Hull City Ladies and Loughborough in midweek action

Chorley v Hull City, FA Women's National League
Hull City could be heading for the top of the table. (Photo: John Shirras)

Three evenings of FA Women’s National League action feature Hull City away to Doncaster Rovers Belles and Loughborough Lightning visiting Notts County.

Hull will go top of Division 1 North with games in hand if they beat the Belles, Loughborough will regain the Division 1 Midlands leadership if they win their game in hand on Sporting Khalsa.

If Burnley beat basement side Fylde they will go second in the Northern Premier, Stourbridge are seven points clear of danger ahead of welcoming fourth-placed Wolves.

Sheffield FC host a relegation ‘six-pointer’ with Leek Town, Leafield sit between the two and are home to Solihull. FC United are in grave danger of demotion and up against Leeds United.

Defeat for Haywards Heath at second-placed Worthing would almost send them down, Southampton Women would be close to safe if they beat Moneyfields but their visitors stand to go third with a victory of their own.

Two FA WNL teams are contesting trophies, with Billericay Town facing Ashford United for the Isthmian Women’s Cup at Bowers & Pitsea FC on Tuesday, Keynsham Town playing Yeovil Town at Paulton Rovers FC on Thursday for the Somerset Women’s Senior Cup.

Tuesday 2 April

DIVISION 1 MIDLANDS – Leafield Athletic v Solihull Moors (Boldmere St Michaels FC, 7.45pm)

Wednesday 3 April (7.45pm)

NORTHERN PREMIER DIVISION – Burnley v AFC Fylde (Lancashire County FA Ground)
Stourbridge v Wolverhampton Wanderers (Stourbridge FC)

DIVISION 1 MIDLANDS – Notts County v Loughborough Lightning (Hucknall Town FC)

DIVISION 1 NORTH – Doncaster Rovers Belles v Hull City (Moorends Miners Welfare)

DIVISION 1 SOUTH EAST – Worthing v Haywards Heath Town (Worthing FC)

Thursday 4 April (7.45pm)

DIVISION 1 MIDLANDS – Sheffield FC v Leek Town (Sheffield FC)

DIVISION 1 NORTH – FC United of Manchester v Leeds United (Broadhurst Park Stadium)

DIVISION 1 SOUTH EAST – Southampton Women v Moneyfields (Fawley AFC)

Lincoln United win away to East Midlands Premier Division title rivals

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