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Birmingham County League side Bilbrook produced one of the performances of the Second Round Qualifying when winning 4-1 away to Stafford Town of the West Midlands League.
Andrea Whetton scored twice with Jessica Nash and Lucie Ball also on target for Bilbrook who have been rewarded with a trip to Loughborough Students in the next round.
Laura Jobson, Karen Wright, Lauren Kavanagh and Stacey Naples all scored as Ashington knocked out Redcar Athletic 4-3 and they now travel to California Ladies who defeated Lumley 3-1 thanks to Kimberley Griggs, Amy Cosgrove and Jess Hart. Durham Wildcats claimed a Regional League scalp for the second round in a row, beating Tynedale 6-1 and the Durham County League side now have a home tie with North East League Barnsley who were 5-3 winners over Keighley Oaks. Jess Burton scored a hat-trick with Rebecca Crump and Kirsty Thompson also scoring for Barnsley who had trailed at half time.
Lowick Utd were another County League side to do well on Sunday, knocking out Norton & Stockton Ancients 4-2. Stephanie Hay bagged a brace along with Gemma Dilks and Michelle Stewart for Lowick who now travel to Blackpool Wren Rovers, 2-1 winners over Padiham thanks to Nikki Berko and Carly Loughran.
Whitley Bay have enjoyed good Cup runs in recent seasons and they progressed once again with a
3-1 win at Abbeytown, which lands them a plum home tie with Middlesbrough. Rothwell Ladies recorded the highest win of the round, scoring fifteen without reply past North Ferriby Utd and they now have the task of taking on Newcastle Utd. Amy Hoang and Lauren Nicholls each scored six times with the others coming from Elly Dove (2) and Rachel Hepton.
St Francis 2000 also had a good day in front of goal against Lumley, running out 13-2 winners. St Francis have been rewarded with a trip away to Stockport County of the Northern Combination. Lucy Garrington was on target six times, Sian Williams and Gabby Hansford each added braces and there was one each from Justine Robinson, Sarah Rowbotham and Amy Barr.
Cheryl Mawhood scored a hat-trick with Deryn Ahmed, Ami Buzzeo and Zoe Beresford contributing the others as Sheffield Utd Community emerged as 6-0 winners from their local derby with Steel City Wanderers. The Blades will go to Morecambe who triumphed 3-0 at Birkenhead Youth.
Former semi finalists Tranmere Rovers picked up a closely fought 3-2 victory over Blackpool to give themselves a home tie with Sheffield Wednesday, who reached the last sixteen last season. Hannah Ouldred, Charlotte Gill and Lindsey Smith were all on target for Tranmere. Laura Goom (2), Leanne Derry, Sophie Freeman, Michelle Saunders, Jess Smith and Kat Hodgeson scored the goals as Crewe Alexandra eased through by scoring seven without reply at Warrington Town and they are at home to Crusaders who emerged as winners from a penalty shootout with Cottage Farm Rangers following a
2-2 draw. Paige Leonard scored both goals and also from the spot, Crusaders' other successful penalties coming from Rachael Dyson and Nikki Brazil.
Long Eaton Utd came through a potentially tricky tie in style, beating Retford Utd 8-1 to book themselves a trip to Radcliffe Olympic. Joanne Campbell bagged a hat-trick for Long Eaton with one each from Lucie Johnstone, Niki Smythe, Kimi Hartford, Hayley Armstrong and Jodie Hancock. Georgianne Herring scored twice and Charlotte Montgomery the other as Mansfield Town won 3-1 at Sandiacre Town and they will be at home to Copsewood (Coventry). Arnold Town scored nine past West Bridgford and now entertain Coventry Sphinx, 4-1 winners over Kenilworth Town.
Stratford Town were pushed hard by FC Reedswood but emerged as 4-3 victors to earn a home tie with Loughborough Foxes. Lisa Slowther scored twice for Stratford along with Sarah Giles and Alex Darwood. Lichfield Diamonds defeated Allscott 6-1 and have a plum tie with Stoke City.
Peterborough Northern Star made it through with an 8-1 victory over Moulton to set up a home tie with Brentwood Town. Julie Ikeda scored a hat-trick, Gee Sturgess and Jade Ramm each added doubles and Rachel Adkins was also on the scoresheet. Local rivals Peterborough Sports won 5-0 at Kettering Town and will be away to Luton Town. Natasha Folwell and Laura Sutherland both hit doubles and Erica Gradus the other as AFC Trinity beat Cogenhoe & Kingsthorpe 5-3 and now face Dudley Utd whilst Hethersett Athletic have drawn Enfield Town after running out 7-0 winners away to Chelmsford City.
C & K Basildon raced to a 4-1 victory at Fakenham Town courtesy of a Carly Eagles brace, Jenny Brown-Wealls and Nicola Carty and their next opponents will be Hemel Hempstead Town who beat Leighton Utd Vixens 3-1 thanks to Nashina Mohamed, Lizzie Sargeant and Suzanne Reid. Hannakins'
3-1 win over Brantham Athletic has earned them a trip to Ipswich Town, goals coming from Shantelle Gamble, Whitney Locke and Rebecca Pope.
Carly Copplestone netted four times and Vicky Bruce the other as Barking defeated Arlesey Town 5-1 and they must now travel to Ebbsfleet Utd. MSA Ladies notched up a 3-1 victory over Leyton to book a home meeting with Milton Keynes Dons, Samrawit Bereket (2) and Carly Williams scoring, whilst Hampstead ran out 3-0 winners at Kikk Utd, goals coming from Raquel Lewis (2) and Becky Barnes, they also face Combination opponents in the shape of Cambridge Women.
Oxford Utd recorded one of the largest victories of the day, 12-0 away to Newbury Ladies & Girls. Holly Pickett scored a hat-trick with doubles from Ellie Roberts, Catherine Beaver, Lauren Allison and Lauren May while Natasha Caswell completing the scoring for the U's who will be away to South East Counties League leaders London Corinthians, who beat AFC Wimbledon by the odd goal in seven. Emily Hart netted twice, including an extra time winner, for Corinthians along with Lauren Wallace and Chloe Hall. Oxford City also went through with a narrow 2-1 win at Brentford and they must travel to Westfield, 4-1 victors at South Park thanks to Louisa Stimpson, Danniella Wright, Hannah Searle and Sarah Brown.
Amy Murphy bagged a four-goal with Charlotte Stead (2), Allisa Down and Sammy May adding the other as Denham Utd defeated Colne Valley 8-1 and will be at home to fomer Finalists Southampton Saints. Emma Jaymes (2) and Holly Walker ensured that Crawley Wasps won 3-2 at Eastbourne Town to set themselves up with a trip to Crystal Palace. Caroline Bisson netted twice along with Tracy Corkett, Emma Constable and Jo Aitkins in Bracknell Town's 5-0 victory over Launton which earns them an away tie with Bexhill Utd who beat Haywards Heath Town 4-2. Fay Denyer bagged a hat-trick for Bexhill with Cheryl Catt also on target.
For the second round running, Rusthall went through via a penalty shootout, this time against Panthers following a 2-2 draw. Kerry Tagg and Danielle Cumberworth scored during open play with Tagg, Lauren Davidson, Beth Kemp and Claire Tamplin all netted from the spot, while goalkeeper Tracey Smith saved a Panthers penalty. The South East League side are now away to Chichester City who had a more comfortable passage when beating Maidstone Town 4-1 via an Abbey Shrubb double, Zoe Hughes-Jones and Lucy Challon.
Shanklin continued their good scoring form in the Cup with a 6-0 success at Christchurch which books them an away tie with Yeovil Town. Southampton Women won 2-0 away to Aldershot Town, thanks to first half goals from Kellie Warren and Hannah Hewlett, and will now be home to Weymouth who were
3-0 winners over last season's Cup heroes Andover New Street with Philippa Holden, Molly Tighe and Emma Acott on target.
Frome Town came through a difficult tie away to St Nicholas with a 3-1 victory, which earns them a trip to Cornwall to face Newquay. Tasha Perry, Andrea Chludilova and Alex Gwyther netted the goals for the Somerset side. Juliette Denny netted twice and Chantelle Julienne the other as Bristol Ladies Union defeated Swindon Supermarine 3-2 and they have a plum home tie with Forest Green Rovers, whilst Bridgwater Town picked up an excellent 3-0 success at Cheltenham Town, Chelsea Pitt (2) and Emily Morris scoring, which means they now host Swindon Town.
Larkhall Athletic made the short trip to Bitton and won 4-0, booking themselves a home tie against Gloucester City. Carly Bryant scored twice for the Larks along with Cheryl Baber and a Kate German penalty. Lola Sanchez was on target four times as Exeter City scored nine without reply at Morley Rangers and will now host Keynsham Town Development in a repeat of last year's tie. Helen Kukor and Natalie Shenton each added doubles with Kirsty Caunter rounding off the scoring. Boscombe Albion triumphed 3-0 away to Locks Heath and will be at home to Launceston, who beat Falmouth Town 1-0 thanks to a Jill Haines goal.
The draw for the Third Qualifying Round has also conjured up some intriguing ties between Combination sides, including Mossley Hill playing host to Midland Combination leaders Curzon Ashton.
Huddersfield Town take on Bradford City in arguably the tie of the round although another clash between teams having good seasons sees Wolverhampton Wanderers entertain Leafield Athletic.
South Durham & Cestria host Wakefield and Liverpool Feds play Salford Ladies in two other all-Northern Combination ties and Leicester City take on Northampton Town in an all-Midland affair. Norwich City have been paired with Chesham Utd and Lewes must face University of Portsmouth.
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