Roll of Honour 2016/17

Spurs celebrate winning the FAWPL title after beating West Ham United 4-0 at White Hart Lane, April 19 2017 (Photo: Katie Brazier)

Spurs clinched the FAWPL Southern title in one of the last matches ever at White Hart Lane (Photo: Katie Brazier)

Sent Her Forward is delighted to publish a list of winners and runners-up in the region’s top competitions. 

Many congratulations to all those who were successful.

This page will continue to be updated throughout the season. If your club’s trophy is not mentioned, get in touch.

FAW Premier League Southern

Champions: Tottenham Hotspur
Runners-up: Coventry United

FAW Premier League Division One South East

Champions: Gillingham
Runners-up: MK Dons

FAW Premier League Division One South West

Chichester City celebrate winning the FAWPL South West Division 1 title, May 4 2017 (Photo: Caroline Henry-Evans)

Chichester City clinched promotion and the title in their penultimate game (Photo: Caroline Henry-Evans)

Champions: Chichester City
Runners-up: Plymouth Argyle 

FAW Premier Reserve League

Winners: Tottenham Hotspur
Runners-up: 
Charlton Athletic

FAW Premier League Cup

Winners: Tottenham Hotspur 0 (after extra-time: 4-3 on pens)
Runners-up: Charlton Athletic 0

Lewes goalscorers Rachel Palmer, Danni Lane and Georgia Bridges with the Premier League Plate they won against Huddersfield Town, April 23 2017 (Photo: Clive Jones)

Goals by Rachel Palmer, Danni Lane and Georgia Bridges (2) helped Lewes to a 4-0 victory over Huddersfield Town to lift the Premier League Plate (Photo: Clive Jones)

FAW Premier League Plate

Winners: Lewes 4
Runners-up: Huddersfield Town 0

FAW Premier League Reserve Cup

Winners: Tottenham Hotspur 3
Runners-up:
 Blackburn Rovers 1 (after extra time)

Hampshire Challenge Cup

Winners: Portsmouth 6
Runners-up: Southampton Women 3

Kent Women’s Cup

Winners: Gillingham 17
Runners-up: Aylesford 0

Surrey County Cup

Winners:
Runners-up: 

Sussex Challenge Cup

Winners: Brighton 5
Runners-up: Crawley Wasps 1

Capital Cup

Winners: Charlton Athletic 2
Runners-up: Tottenham Hotspur 1

Ryman Cup

Winners: Tottenham Hotspur 3
Runners-up: Charlton Athletic 1

Kent FA Plate

Winners: Maidstone United 3
Runners-up: Kent Football United 2

London & South East Women’s Football League

Champions: Leyton Orient 
Runners-up:
London Corinthians

London & South East Women’s Football League Cup

Winners: Leyton Orient 3
Runners-up: 
Crawley Wasps 1

South East Counties Women’s Football League

Premier Division
Champions: Parkwood Rangers
Runners-up: Bexhill United

Division One East
Champions: Gillingham Academy
Runners-up:
Kent Football United 

Division One West
Champions:
Worthing
Runners-up: Cowfold

Kent Division 1
Champions: Maidstone United
Runners-up: Margate

Kent Division 2
Champions: University of Kent
Runners-up: Teynham Gunners

South East Counties League Cup

Winners: Parkwood Rangers 6
Runners-up: Worthing 0

Chairman’s Cup

Burgess Hill Town celebrate winning the Chairman's Cup, April 23 2017 (Photo: Mark Bishop)

Burgess Hill beat Cray Valley in extra-time in the Chairman’s Cup final (Photo: Mark Bishop)

Winners: Burgess Hill Town 2
Runners-up: Cray Valley 1 (after extra time)

Kent Divisional Cup

Winners: Maidstone United 5
Runners-up: University of Kent 1 

Sussex County Women and Girls Football League

Oakwood celebrate winning the Sussex County Women and Girls League, Feb 12 2017 (Photo: Oakwood LFC)

Oakwood broke the 100-goal mark on their way to winning the Sussex County Women and Girls League (Photo: Oakwood LFC)

Women’s Division
Champions:
 Oakwood
Runners-up: Lancing

Under-18 Division
Champions: Lancing
Runners-up: Worthing Town

Under-16 Division
Champions:
Runners-up: 

Sussex County Women and Girls Football League Cup

Winners: Oakwood 2
Runners-up: Montpelier Villa 0

Sussex County Women and Girls Football League Under-18 Cup

Winners: Lancing 4
Runners-up:
Worthing Town 2 

Chichester City under-16s with the League Cup, May 7 2017 (Photo: John Holden)

Chichester City under-16s won the first of two possible trophies just days after the club’s first team won promotion to the Premier League (Photo: John Holden)

Sussex County Women and Girls Football League Under-16 Cup

Winners: Chichester City 3 (after extra-time: 3-2 on pens)
Runners-up: Withdean Youth 3

The triumphant Worthing side, March 9 2017 (Photo: Simon Roe)

Worthing retained the Sussex FA Challenge Trophy after a sensational first half against Lancing (Photo: Simon Roe)

Sussex FA Challenge Trophy

Winners: Worthing 6
Runners-up: Lancing 1

Sussex FA Under-16 Challenge Cup

Winners: Ferring Divas 2
Runners-up: Ringmer Rovers 1 (after extra time)

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