Huddersfield Town Ladies suffered a 4-1 defeat to Coventry City at Storthes Hall.
Town made a solid start against the Sky Blues, whose hopes of promotion from the FA Women’s Premier League were last week hit by a six-point deduction for fielding ineligible players.
Kate Mallin slotted home Camille Clarke’s excellent through ball in the second minute.
However the game was levelled up after 11 minutes by an own goal from Olivia Dacosta.
Coventry took control against a Town side missing key players and were 3-1 up by half-time.
The visitors’ fourth goal arrived in the 69th minute.
Keeper Laura Carter and Mallin were named joint players of the match.
Town are at home to Blackburn Rovers on Tuesday (8.00) and go to Derby County on Sunday (2.00).
Town’s second team ended their FAWPL Reserve Northern Division campaign with a 3-2 win at Guiseley Vixens.
The home side were on the front foot early on but good work by Jess Holland and Raegen Cartledge set up Rebecca Sherrard to score against the run of play.
Guiseley’s pressure eventually brought an equaliser which deflected off Sian Lewis, then a second goal before the break.
It took solid defending by Sandra Bates, Koari Brown, Alex Bailey and Lewis to prevent further goals.
Town levelled when Rachel Stuart broke away and drilled a shot over the keeper from 35 yards.
Stuart then sealed the win with her second goal.
Emily Ginley was named player of the match.
The Under 18s sealed runners-up spot in the Sheffield & Hallamshire Girls League with a 1-0 home win over Dronfield Town Reds.
They host Sheffield United Junior Blades on Saturday (10.30).
The Under 15s have also finished second.
They finished their season in style by winning 5-0 at Castleford White Rose before beating champions Rotherham United Whitehill 5-1 at Storthes Hall.
Town were soon in control against Castleford and on 14 minutes, Tara Duce swung in a corner which Laura Walker bundled home.
Duce was controlling midfield and she scored herself with a powerful shot.
Castleford started the second half strongly and were denied by a good save from Isobel Pare.
Town extended their lead when Rose Priestley’s through ball was collected by Ella Harris, who held off her marker and shot home.
Player of the match Isobel Boothroyd put away a penalty before Harris netted from Duce’s pass.
Town created chances throughout the clash with Rotherham, although the visitors scored first.
The leveller came when Duce’s free-kick was headed clear but only as far as Priestley, who lofted the ball home.
Lauren Bullock put Town ahead from a corner.
Then Eleanor Smith’s persistence on the right wing paid dividends as she held off two defenders before delivering the ball into the middle.
Amy Broomhead and Olivia Bennett got touches before Ellie Womersley finished calmly.
With eight minutes to go yet another Duce corner was headed home from close range by Harris.
Then Harris nodded in after an excellent run and cross by player of the match Jodie Lodge.
Faye Allen won some important tackles in midfield.
The Under 13s are at home to Bawtry Juniors on Saturday (10.30).