So we can all finally rest easy as Charlton's loss to Spurs confirms our status for another season. Meanwhile our female counterparts have failed to maintain their Premier League status. I actually found this out before the Liverpool game but didn't have time to write about it. Despite being relegated, something that has been a certainty almost from the very first game of the season, the girls ended their season in some style. They played two games in a week and drew both. The first was against Charlton who were 2nd in the league and needed a 94th minute equaliser to prevent the Whites from registering their second win. They then managed another 1-1 with Blackburn who are currently 4th and pushing for European qualification. Prior to this the Whites also reached the final of the Surrey cup (beating their own reserve side 4-1 in the semi!) where they met Ch*lsea Ladies but disappointingly lost 1-0. They have one game remaining at Bristol Academy on 11th May but remain 6 points adrift of their nearest rivals. Best of luck to the girls next season, I have a feeling they will be much better prepared for life in a lower division, and I hope they see the success they deserve, and a swift return to the top division.