Although never ahead, Slough were still in touch when Jane Smith scored her second goal from a corner to make it 3-4 with nine minutes left but a swift riposte by Maria Cruz Gonzalez settled the match.
On Saturday, Slough ensured a place in the semi-finals with a 6-0 win over Siauliai from Lithuania, Karen Brown scoring three, but went on to lose 7-2 to Eintracht Frankfurt, with both goals coming from Sam Wright.
Russelsheimer won the all-German final 7-4, with Britta Becker scoring four times for the winners. This was good news for Scotland because it kept them in the A division after Pauline Robertson scored four goals in the last place match to give Edinburgh a 5-2 win against Groningen from the Netherlands.
In the Premier Division of the women's National League Hightown ensured their survival with a 2-1 win over Trojans, who remain at the foot of the table, two points behind Doncaster, who drew at Sutton Coldfield.
Two goals by Sue Holwell helped Leicester to a 3-2 win against Loughborough Students, which keeps them five points ahead of Chelmsford in the First Division. Blueharts, who lost 2-0 to Woking, are relegated from the Second Division.
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