By Robert Haile
The North West Women’s Regional Football Leagues head to towards their conclusion as the leagues enter the penultimate month.
The Premier Division continued on February 26 with Mossley Hill losing 1-4 at home to Fleetwood.
Heading into the penultimate month all 5 matches on March 5 are set to take place.
Leaders Curzon Ashton head to Fleetwood Town, second placed FC United host Cheadle Town and third placed Salford City miss out as the odd team in the round.
Tranmere face Crewe, Blackburn travel to Mossley Hills and West Didsbury take on Darwen.
All matches kicks off at 2pm (14:00).
Premier Division Results
Darwen FC First Women 1-4 Fleetwood Town Wrens Ladies
Blackburn Community Sports Club Women 1-5 Salford City FC Lionesses Women
Premier Division League Table
- Curzon Ashton FC Women – 33
- Salford City FC Lionesses Women – 32
- FC United of Manchester Women – 31
- Cheadle Town Stingers – 23
- Fleetwood Town Wrens Ladies – 19
- Crewe Alexander FC Women – 19
- Tranmere Rovers Women – 19
- West Didsbury & Chorlton AFC Women – 12
- Blackburn Community Sports Club Women – 11
- Darwen FC First Women – 7
- Mossley Hill Athletic First Ladies – 3
Two games finished off Division One North for February as Accrington Stanley climbed into third with a 9-0 win over Sir Tom Finney on February 26.
While Morecambe missed out with a 2-0 defeat at Carlisle United.
A full fixture list kicks off on March 5 as leaders Haslingden travel to Bolton Wanderers, Blackpool host Morecambe while Accrington face Carlisle United.
Penrith head to Preston North End, Workington Reds are at home to Sir Tom Finney and Penwortham Town take on Chorley.
All fixtures are a 2pm (14:00) kickoff.
Division One North Results
Accrington Stanley Women FC 9-0 Sir Tom Finney FC Women
Carlisle United Ladies 2-0 Morecambe Women
Division One North League Table
- Haslingden Ladies and Girls – 38
- Blackpool FC Girls and Ladies – 31
- Accrington Stanley Women FC – 28
- Penrith AFC Ladies – 26
- Morecambe Women – 23
- Carlisle United Ladies – 19
- Bolton Wanderers Girls FC Women – 16
- Workington Reds Ladies – 16
- Preston North End Women FC – 15
- Chorley Women FC Development – 13
- Penwortham Town Ladies – 11
- Sir Tom Finney FC Women – 5
In Division One South Bury moved back into second on February 26 with a 2-3 win at Chester, Alder lost 1-2 to Northwich and Hindley put 5 past BRNESC to win 5-2.
Starting the final rounds on March 5 as Runcorn are at Chester, Poulton Vics head to Northwich while Bury travel to Warrington Wolves.
Wythenshawe host Alder and Hindley take on Altrincham.
All matches are a 2pm (14:00) kickoff.
Division One South Results
Hindley Juniors Women 5-2 BRNESC Ladies
Alder FC Women 1-2 Northwich Vixens First Women
Chester FC Women 2-3 Bury AFC
Division One South League Table
- Runcorn Linnets FC Ladies – 40
- Bury AFC Women – 37
- Poulton Vics FC Ladies – 35
- Northwich Vixens First Women – 20
- Chester FC Women – 19
- Warrington Wolves Foundation Womens FC – 16
- BRNESC Ladies – 16
- Altrincham FC Women – 15
- Alder FC Women – 9
- Wythenshawe Amateurs Women – 8
- Hindley Juniors Women – 4