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Wildcats strike to sink Penrith
 Women's Football News 7 Oct 2011
 
Wildcats strike to sink Penrith   - 7 Oct 2011 - Women's Football NewsDurham Wildcats provided one of the surprises of the F.A.Women's Cup First Round Qualifying with a 4-0 victory over Penrith AFC. 
 
Lorraine Quinn, Hannah Beard, Laura Stockdale and Jess Quador scored the goals for the Durham County League side against their North East League opponents. North Ferriby Utd were another County League side to knock out Regional League opposition, beating Appleby Froddingham
4-0 and Brantham Athletic of the Suffolk League joined them as they defeated Bungay Town 5-3, Jade Henry scoring twice along with Sophie Welton, Megan Stock and Hannah Cotton.
 
Rothwell Ladies also produced a good result when winning
3-2 away to Scunthorpe Utd, courtesy of a Lauren Nicholls hat-trick. Birkenhead Youth emulated Rothwell in eliminating higher division opposition as they defeated Chester City
6-4.
 
Lowick Utd progressed with a 7-2 victory over fellow Northumberland League side Cramlington Juniors. Amy Hately bagged a hat-trick with others from Jodie Robinson, Kirstie Tang, Mel Darling and Robyn Stewart. Lumley came through a tricky tie against Consett, a Stephanie Curry double giving them a
2-1 win. California Ladies ran out 4-0 winners at Teesside Sport, Ashleigh Suggitt netting twice with Jess Hart and Charlotte Mett also on target and Redcar Athletic beat Percy Main by the same scoreline.
 
Helen Housby, Kate Brown and Michelle Wright were the scorers as Abbeytown moved through by beating Forest Hall YPC 3-1. St Francis 2000 won 6-3 against Peterlee Town and Ashington edged out Prudhoe Town 3-2 whilst Whitley Bay eased past Kendal Town with an 8-1 victory. Leanne Bell scored twice and Kate Hepple the other as Tynedale won a tightly contested game 3-2 against Birtley Town.
 
Sheffield Utd Community ran out 3-0 winners over Hull City with goals from Ami Buzzeo, Tania Marsden and Ewa Kuchta. They now face a local derby against Steel City Wanderers who won 2-1 away to Sheffield Utd Junior Blades. Danni Fletcher's first half double gave the Steels victory with Paris Wagstaffe replying for the Blades after the break. Keighley Oaks ended the hopes of Bradford Park Avenue with a 6-1 victory and Barnsley netted nine without reply against Ossett Albion with Jess Moran and Stacey Walstow both scoring hat-tricks plus one each from Becky Wilson, Lauran Wilson and Laura Burgess.
 
Blackpool produced the day's biggest winning margin when they defeated Southport Birkdale 13-0. Mac Narlow netted four times, Charlotte Banner weighed in with a hat-trick and the total was completed by Becky McEwan (2), Millie Brown (2), Dannii Cross and April Oldfield. Padiham meanwhile came away from Brighouse with a 2-0 victory, Justine Wallace and Charlotte Holden were on target. Tranmere Rovers, who have twice reached the semi finals, made a winning start this time around when beating Bolton Wanderers 5-2. Sydney Hinchcliffe led the scoring for Tranmere with a hat-trick and Kate Horne added a brace. Another former Premier League club, Crewe Alexandra, also went through with a 3-0 win at Kirklees with Ann Marie Atherton netting twice and Jess Smith the other.
 
Warrington Town won 4-2 away to Lancaster City, Emma Hickman scoring twice with Emma Moore and Kirsty Groarke joining her on the scoresheet. Leah Hinchcliffe, Caroline Wilcock, Rachel Lee and Rachel Warren scored the goals as Blackpool Wren Rovers also survived a potentially tricky tie with a 4-0 success at Accrington Girls & Ladies. Morecambe defeated Middleton Athletic 4-2, thanks to a brace from Jo Norris as well as Sophie Fish and Megan Doherty.
 
Arnold Town won 2-0 against Oadby & Wigston Dynamo and Mansfield Town were 7-5 victors in a high scoring affair with Nettleham. Retford Utd narrowly beat Dronfield Town 2-1. Long Eaton Utd scored eight without reply past Asfordby Amateurs, Lucie Johnstone and Jena Bunting each netted twice along with Kim Harford, Hayley Armstrong, Nicola Smyth and Emily Beresford.
 
Kim Hill and Shannon Edwards netted the goals as Lichfield Diamonds were 2-0 winners over Walsall. Bilbrook defeated Rugby Town 7-0 and Crusaders beat Malvern Town 3-2. Stratford Town ran out 5-1 winners away to Hereford Pegasus via a Sarah Giles brace, Lisa Slowther, Alex Darwood and Emily Burns.
 
Jamie Phillips, Verity Farrell and Nisa Mendez were all on target for Allscott as they won 3-0 away to AFC Telford Utd. Stafford Town went one better when beating Wyrley Ladies 4-0. Kettering Town netted ten without reply against Peterborough Hamptons, spearheaded by four goals from Emma Dunmore. Simone Cook netted twice along with one each by Charlotte Penney, Amelia Round, Kylie Evans and Ash Goodman.
 
Moulton Ladies progressed courtesy of a 3-1 victory over Rothwell Town, thanks to Chareen Brown, Amy Willis and an own goal. AFC Trinity meanwhile came away from Huntingdon Town with a 2-0 win, goals being supplied by Amy Dolan and Lynsey Jelley. Peterborough Northern Star edged out Brackley Sports 2-1, Sam Woodham giving them a first half lead with Rachel Adkins netting a decider twenty minutes from time. Peterborough also went through by beating Daventry Town 5-2.
 
Billericay Town won a close game 3-2 away to Brentwood Town, goals coming from Kerry Oldham, Jade Nelson and Nikki Dunsdon. Hethersett Athletic were 3-1 winners over Haverhill Rovers. Nicola Carty bagged a four-goal haul, Charlie Dolby added a treble with others from Jenny Brown-Wealls (2) and Carly Eagles for C & K Basildon who kept up their good start of the season with a 10-0 victory against Copleston SC and Chelmsford City put eight past Wymondham Town. Jasmine Wheeler netted four for the Clarets, Lynsey Bowman contributed a hat-trick and Mollie DeBell completed the scoring.
 
Fakenham Town in their 2-1 win over East Thurrock Utd, Shelley Woods netting both goals. Hannakins won 4-2 against Thorpe Utd. Arlesey Town returned from Sawbridgeworth Town with a 6-1 victory under their belts in which Sarah Tayler and Sophia Pidgeon each scored twice as well as Kat Hamplova and an own goal. Leighton Utd Vixens meanwhile beat Tring Athletic 2-1.
 
Leyton came from behind to record a 3-1 win over Haringey Borough thanks to a Lizzie Tucker double and Ellie Vriend. Kikk Utd defeated Leverstock Green 7-2, Sakura Fachiri and Sophie le Marchand netting twice along with Adriana Torres, Sophie Muller and Marcela Melo. Katrina Smith grabbed both goals as MSA Ladies were 2-0 winners against Stevenage Borough. Denham Utd made it through with a 3-0 success over Marlow. Brentford kept up their fine start to the season by winning 4-3 away to Reading Town with goals from Joanne Thomas (2), Vicky James and Claire Richardson.
 
Lauren Allison scored a hat-trick, with Amy Chivers and Holly Pickett also on target as Oxford Utd won 5-2 against Maidenhead Utd whilst local rivals Oxford City also progressed by beating Banbury Utd 4-2. Micky Taylor hit a hat-trick as Hemel Hempstead Town were 5-1 winners at Hoddesdon Owls, Charlene Turturici and Hayleigh Wood-Thompson adding the others.
 
Bracknell Town eased to a 7-0 victory over Beaconsfield SYCOB. Newbury Ladies & Girls were 5-1 victors away to Aylesbury Utd, Ruby Oliver scoring twice along with Gemma Povey, Jenny Petrylak and Lorna Parr. Launton meanwhile won 3-1 at Headington Ladies with goals from Naomi Dixon, Kate Casserley and Suzy Graves.
 
South Park came through one of two ties which went to penalties, beating Eastbourne Ladies following a 1-1 draw. Fay Denyer netted both goals as Bexhill Utd edged out Knaphill Wanderers 2-1. Emma Jaymes bagged a hat-trick for Crawley Wasps in their 5-0 victory over Meridian, Natalie Stephenson and Holly Walker joining her on the scoresheet. Haywards Heath Town won 5-1 at Abbey Rangers, Leigh-Anne Covey scoring twice with Brid Carroll, Mel Pennington and Jo-Blaise Martin adding the others.
 
Bethan Abbot scored an extra time winner for London Corinthians as they beat Rottingdean Village
3-2. Victoria Holness and Jamie Dixon-Hawkey had earlier been on target for Corinthians. Abbey Shrubb netted all four goals for Chichester City in their 4-0 victory away to Ashford Girls whilst Eastbourne Town won 9-2 at Ramsgate. AFC Wimbledon progressed by beating East Preston 3-1, Ashley Hall was on target twice along with an own goal, and Maidstone Town defeated Victoire 7-1.
 
Westfield were hard pushed before emerging as 2-1 winners at Malgo. Rusthall made it through on penalties following a 3-3 draw with Parkwood Rangers. Kerry Tagg, Lauren Davidson and Dani Cumberworth all scored in open play with Tagg, Davidson and Claire Tamplin each netting from the spot. However Rusthall's hero was goalkeeper Tracey Smith who saved three penalties during the shootout. Andover New Street ran out 4-0 victors at Purbeck.
 
Boscombe Albion were the other team to net thirteen goals on the day, winning 13-1 away to New Forest. Kerry Shiers netted four, Charlie Lanahan and Ayuma Asira each hit hat-tricks with Jo Chastney, Nicky Maidment and Alison Goater completing the scoring. Shanklin were just one less in their 12-0 victory over Broadstone. Aldershot Town defeated Poole Town 2-0 thanks to goals from Jade Ferguson and Laura Wallman.
 
Weymouth recorded a good 1-0 victory against Salisbury City, Elle Saunders giving the Dorset side an extra time winner. Bridgwater Town came away from Swindon Spitfires with a 1-0 win, thanks to a solitary goal from Chelsea Pitt. Michelle Rich netted twice and Mel Bristow the other as Swindon Supermarine beat Forest of Dean 3-1.
 
Bristol Ladies Union emerged as 5-3 winners from an entertaining local derby with Downend Flyers. Katy Little gave them an early lead and goalkeeper Danielle Dunkerley also found the net from the penalty spot, with Union's other goals coming from Jo Walford, Chantelle Julienne and Katie Corkhill. Bitton won 4-1 in their local derby with AEK Boco, Terri Marsh netting twice along with Amber Coates and Leanne Jones. Rebecca Rexworthy bagged a brace as St Nicholas marked their first game in the competition by triumphing 2-1 at Pen Mill.
 
Larkhall Athletic scored eight without reply at Shepton Mallet. Kelly Cripps scored a hat-trick, with one apiece from Tash Miller, Cheryl Baber, Katie Ransome, Anna Walby and Sophie Hamer. Megan Brown's double, along with Sarah Sinkins and an own goal, ensured that Frome Town won 4-2 at Stoke Lane Athletic. Cheltenham Town beat Ilminster Town by the same scoreline, thanks to goals from Amy Silk, Ade Blair, Mel McIlwraith and Jaqs Haines.

 
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