By Robert Haile
There are unbeaten records and league titles in sight as Lancashire FA Women’s County Leagues heads towards its final games.
In Division One Whitehaven’s 1-4 win at St. Annes on March 5 was bitter sweet as Niamh Morgan sustained a fractured tibia.
Lancaster City are four points behind after a 7-1 win at home to Chipping and Cadley got the better of a nine goal thriller 5-4 against Kendal.
In the final games of the season Blackpool host Whitehaven on March 12 and Lancaster know three wins from three will give them the title as they start with a trip to Chipping.
Both games kick off at 2pm (14:00).
Division 1 North/West Fixtures
Cadley FC Ladies 5-4 Kendal Town Women U18 Girls
Lancaster City FC Ladies 7-1 Chipping Ladies
St. Annes FC Ladies 1-4 Whitehaven AFC Ladies
Division 1 North/West Table
- Whitehaven AFC Ladies – 34
- Lancaster City FC Ladies – 30
- Chipping Ladies – 28
- Cadley FC Ladies – 21
- St. Annes FC Ladies – 15
- Kendal Town Women U18 Girls – 8
- Blackpool Town Ladies – 7
- Sir Tom Finney FC Development – 5
In Division One South/East the two games on March 5 were both big wins as Clitheroe lost 2-12 to Astley Bridge and Penwortham won 1-6 at home to AFC Wigan.
AFC Wigan and Clitheroe are back in action when they face each other on March 12, Penwortham Town host Darwen and Lostock take on Horwich.
All three matches are a 2pm (14:00) kickoff.
Division One South/East Results
Penwortham Town Ladies Reserves 6-1 AFC Wigan Ladies
Clitheroe Wolves Ladies 2-12 Astley Bridge Ladies
Division One South/East League Table
- Euxton Girls FC Women – 36
- Horwich St Mary’s Ladies – 33
- Penwortham Town Ladies Reserves – 30
- Astley Bridge Ladies – 30
- Darwen FC Development Women – 16
- Lostock St Gerards Ladies – 13
- Bury FC Foundation Womens Reserves – 9
- AFC Wigan Ladies – 4
- Clitheroe Wolves Ladies – 1
In the Premier Division Fleetwood made it 12 wins with a 2-6 victory at Langho on March 5.
Colne’s 0-4 win at Clitheroe keeps them 10 points behind, Bury moved above Stanwix with a 1-6 win at Accrington and Darwen picked up a 3-1 win over Burnley.
The top three are in action on March 12 as Fleetwood take on Bury, Colne travel to Burnley and Darwen host Langho.
All matches are a 2pm (14:00) kickoff.
Premier Division Results
Clitheroe Wolves Wolves Ladies 0-4 Colne FC Ladies
Accrington Stanley Women FC Reserves 1-6 Bury FC Foundation Women Firsts
Darwen FC Reserves 3-1 Burnley Belvedere Ladies
Langho Ladies 2-6 Fleetwood Town Wrens Ladies Reserves
Premier Division League Table
- Fleetwood Town Wrens Ladies Reserves – 36
- Colne FC Ladies – 26
- Bury FC Foundation Women Firsts – 25
- Stanwix Junior Ladies – 23
- Burnley Belvedere Ladies – 20
- Langho Ladies – 13
- Darwen FC Reserves – 10
- Clitheroe Wolves Wolves Ladies – 7
- Accrington Stanley Women FC Reserves – 4
In the Championship the top two were in action on March 5 as Bolton Wanderers stayed top with a 1-5 win over Preston North End while GT7 Academy ran out 6-2 Bolton County.
In a repeat of the match the previous week Morecambe lost 1-2 against Fleetwood and Blackpool lost 5-7 to Euxton in a 12 goal thriller.
Bolton Wanderers can extend their lead at to top when they visit Fleetwood on March 12.
Blackburn host Preston North End, Morecambe head to Bolton County and Euxton host Penrith.
All other matches are a 2pm (14:00) kickoff.
Preston North End Women FC Preston North 1-5 Bolton Wanderers Girls FC Reserves
Blackburn Community Sports Club Reserves 5-7 Euxton Girls Development
GT7 Academy Ladies 6-2 Bolton County Women
Morecambe Ladies Development 1-2 Fleetwood Town Wrens Ladies Development
Championship League Table
- Bolton Wanderers Girls FC Reserves – 39
- GT7 Academy Ladies – 37
- Blackpool FC Girls Development – 25
- Euxton Girls Development – 24
- Preston North End Women FC Preston North – 24
- Fleetwood Town Wrens Ladies Development – 20
- Bolton County Women – 13
- Penrith AFC Ladies Development – 13
- Blackburn Community Sports Club Reserves – 12
- Morecambe Ladies Development – 0