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Durham Wildcats are aiming to extend their impressive F.A.Women's Cup run when they take on Preston North End in the Third Round on Sunday.
The university side are the last remaining County League club in the competition and insist they will not be daunted by the challenge of taking on their Premier League opponents.
The Wildcats booked their place in the Third Round on the back of a stunning 4-1 victory over Northern Combination title challengers Sheffield Wednesday.
"The FA Cup competition is very exciting for our players," player coach Lorraine Quinn told Women's Soccer Scene. "Out last Cup match against Sheffield Wednesday was a great display of this group's character and determination. We have had a great week of training and we are all looking forward to the next step of this competition.
"The girls have already surpassed this season's expectations but we have been training since September for big games like this weekend and the players are by no means satisfied.
"Preston North End are a tremendous side and we are all excited about the match."
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