Budleigh Salterton, Leeds United U-21s, Pen Mill, Weymouth and Worcester City DS are all celebrating Women’s County League titles.
Budleigh Salterton sealed the Devon League Eastern Division after a narrow 2-1 defeat of Bradninch, in which came Kirsty Brown off the bench to score twice. Budleigh have still two games left but title rivals Exeter City Reserves were beaten 5-1 at West Exe Park Rangers in their final game and Axminster Town won but can no longer catch Budleigh.
Leeds United U-21s won West Riding Division 1 with four points from a double header against title rivals Morley Town. Lois Appleyard bagged a brace and there was also a goal from Heidi Parry in a 3-1 victory, while the other game was goalless.
Congratulations to the @LUFC women’s U21s on becoming league champions , great achievement, we’ll done to everyone 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👊🏻⚽️ #mot @CraigeIR pic.twitter.com/I3ZgBBd4cX
— Mark Jackson (@jacko55555) April 11, 2022
Pen Mill’s far superior had all but secured them the Somerset Division 1 top spot ahead of Stockwood Wanderers and Bishops Lydeard Reserves. A 6-3 success away to Banwell then made entirely sure of the silverware.
Weymouth beat Morley Cobham Sports 4-0 away to take the Dorset League title. Dani Ackerman got a double, Shakira Howard and Emma Potter also on target.
Worcester City Development’s final game saw them clinch the Midwest Counties League with a 7-1 result at basement side Meadow Park. Substitute Georgia Marrett hit a hat-trick despite starting on the bench.