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Andover New Street's F.A.Women's Cup run is showing no signs of ending and a 6-1 victory over Cullompton Rangers has sealed them a plum home tie against Watford.
Despite going behind to the Devon side early on, Chantelle Clark levelled the scores for the outhern Region League club midway through the first half and Kirsty Bell netted twice, the second from the penalty spot, to put them ahead by the break. Cullompton had been reduced to ten players after having a player dismissed when conceding the penalty and Andover took full advantage after the break, Jess Frampton increasing their lead before they went on to add further goals through captain Alex Cottier and Clark.
Loughborough Students also picked up a good win, 2-1 away to Northern Combination table toppers Sheffield FC. Aimee Perry and Row Davies were on the scoresheet for the students, with Sheffield replying through Kayleigh Mitchell. Loughborough held on to also book themselves a home tie with National Division opposition in the form of Barnet.
Rochdale saw off the challenge of Preston North End with a 3-1 victory and they will now go to Coventry City. Both of Dale's first two goals came from Rachael Wood crosses, the first being converted by Alyson Hastie and Steph Bell heading home the second. Keeleigh Savage rounded off the win via a well struck left foot shot.
Sheffield Wednesday put an end to the Cup run of Blackpool Wren Rovers as they ran out 6-0 winners. Robyn James and Laura Windle each netted twice, with Hollie Barker and Rachel Skeemer adding a goal apiece to ensure that Wednesday will make the trip to Cardiff City in the Third Round.
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