Nevin scores second goal in Sweden; while Lyon claim 15th D1 title

Two Aussies found the back of the net in France and Sweden; while Lyon claimed their 15th Division 1 Féminine title after beating PSG. 

Starting off in France, Mary Fowler's Montpellier recorded an emphatic 5-2 win over GPSO 92 Issy.

Fowler came off the bench in the 67th-minute to score Montpellier's fifth and final goal of the game, with the Aussie scoring goal number five of the season. 

Montpellier has one game remaining, taking on Bordeaux on Thursday morning. The side from the South of France is unable to leapfrog Fleury 91 in fourth place, still five points behind them. 

Over to Paris, Ellie Carpenter's Olympique Lyonnais lifted their 15th Division 1 Féminine title after beating Paris Saint-Germain 1-0, reclaiming the title after missing out last season. 

A goal to American Catarina Macario in the third minute sealed the win for the French giants, Lyon finish their season off against GPSO 92 Issy on Thursday morning. 

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Moving over to the USA, Emily van Egmond's San Diego Wave faced their second defeat of the season, however, remain in first place after going down 1-0 to OL Reign. 

Van Egmond started for Wave FC as a 75th-minute winner from Rose Lavelle sealed the win for OL. 

Over in Sweden, Remy Siemsen's AIK faced a 4-0 defeat at the hands of Linköpings FC. Siemsen started on the bench for AIK, coming on in the 56th-minute but was unable to claw back a goal for the hosts. 

Meanwhile, Courtney Nevin and Kyra Cooney-Cross’ Hammarby recorded a 5-1 win over IFK Kalmar. Nevin scored her second goal for Hammarby in the win, with a second-half flurry seeing Hammarby score all five goals. 

Cooney-Cross still awaits her debut for her new side, while fellow Aussie, Nevin, has flourished since making the move abroad. 

Over in Vittsjö, Clare Polkinghorne and Katrina Gorry's Vittsjö GIK beat newcomers IF Brommapojkarna 3-0. Both Aussies made the start and played the full game as Vittsjö GIK move to fourth on the table. 

Gorry picked up an assist on Vittsjö's third goal, setting up Linda Sällström.

Clare Wheeler, Angie Beard and Indi-Paige Riley's Fortuna Hjørring bounced back from their 4-0 loss last weekend with a 2-0 win over KoldingQ. 

Two late goals from Signe Baattrup and Omewa Joy Ogochukwu saw out the win. Fortuna Hjørring plays their final game of the Danish Elitedivisionen Championship round-robins on Saturday night. 

Our last stop takes us to Norway, where Karly Roestbakken's LSK Kvinner defeated Stabæk 2-0. Roestbakken did not appear in the matchday squad for the win.