As more league and cup titles are decided late in the season, we have added another batch of teams to our 2016/17 Roll of Honour.
- Charlton Athletic have won the senior section of the Capital Cup, thanks to a 2-1 victory over WPL Southern Division winners Tottenham Hotspur. After a goalless first half, Wendy Martin gave Spurs the lead early in the second period, but a Charley Clifford header and a Kit Graham strike earned victory for Charlton.
- Ashford Town (Middlesex) wrapped up Division 2 South of the Greater London Women’s Football League in style, with a 14-1 victory over Sutton United. Lavanna Neufville was top scorer with five goals, while Lauren Richardson netted four times and Sequoia Belworthy bagged a hat-trick. The remaining two goals were scored by Vicky James and Amber Luzar.
- Hampstead Development have won the Greater London Women’s Football League’s Invitation Cup, beating Actonians Development 4-0 in the final.
- Boldon CA Villa won the Durham County FA Women’s League last week. They took the title after beating Wallsend Boys Club Reserves 7-1 on Thursday.
- Urmston Meadowside have won the Greater Manchester Women’s Football League Challenge Cup, making a league and cup double with the Division One title that they have already wrapped up. They beat Bolton Lads & Girls Club 1-0 in the final.
- The Hampshire County Women’s Football League Invitation Cup has been lifted by AFC Bournemouth, thanks to a 1-0 victory over Eastleigh. Kerry Shiers scored the only goal of the game.
- QK Southampton picked up the other title on offer during the Hampshire league’s cup double-header on Sunday, winning the Junior Cup final 4-0 against Gosport Falcons. Rachael Cardy (2), Kelly Bailey and Chelsea Swain were the goalscorers.
- Morecambe Reserves have won Division One of the Lancashire FA Women’s County League with three games still to play, with a 5-2 win away to Blackburn Community.
- Parkwood Rangers completed a league and cup double with victory in the South East Counties WFL League Cup final. Jade Whiteman grabbed the headlines thanks to her four goals, and Emily Vaughan and Jamie-Leigh Dixson-Hawkey also netted in a 6-0 victory over Worthing.
- The SECWFL’s Chairman’s Cup was also decided on Sunday, with Burgess Hill Town beating Cray Valley in the final. The game ended scoreless after 90 minutes, but two goals from Keeley Wheatley in extra time earned them a 2-1 victory.
- The Staffordshire County Women’s League’s League One and League Two cups were decided this week. Abbey Hulton took the League 1 Cup with a 3-0 win over Norton Athletic, while Burntwood Phoenix won the League 2 equivalent by beating Ellesmere Rangers 2-0.
- Ipswich Town have won the Suffolk county league title, wrapping it up with a 6-0 thumping of Copleston on Sunday with a game to spare.