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North Shields kept up their excellent start to the new season with a 5-2 victory over Birtley Town and will now travel to Abbeytown.
Karen Wright scored a hat-trick, with Laura Fairley and Shaunna Thrussell adding the others, as the Northumberland County League side knocked out their North East League opponents.
Colne Valley also sprang a surprise as they won 2-1 away to Reading Ladies. After falling behind early on, Lucy Uttley equalised for Valley early in the second half and Jade King scored what proved to be the winner. The Greater London League side are now at home to Bracknell Town, who won 6-4 at Marlow. Caroline Bisson and Libby Shuttle each scored twice with Amy Davies and Emma Cook adding the others.
Leanne Anderson bagged a four-goal haul and Rachel Hedley weighed in with a hat-trick for Peterlee St Francis as they stormed to a 12-1 victory away to Consett. Charlotte Dinsdale (2), Becky Robinson (2) and Katie Ord completed the tally for the North East League high fliers. They will be at home to Whickham Fellside who defeated California Ladies 5-0 with a goal apiece from Christine Murray, Sharon Bell, Amy Metcalfe, Alysha Cook and Tracey Embleton. Kendal Town emerged as penalty shootout winners over Redcar Athletic after the sides had battled out a 3-3 draw. Kendal must now play Chester-le-Street Town who ran out 6-1 winners over York City.
Norton & Stockton Ancients got the better of an entertaining affair, 5-3 against Lowick Utd. Nyci Thorns and Jenna Dinning both scored twice along with Phoebe Townsend. Their next opponents will be Durham Wildcats, who had a great Cup run last year and have started off well this time around with a 9-0 success away to Forest Hall. Gemma Nortcliffe had a great day in front of goal, netting seven times, and she was joined on the scoresheet by Maeve Clarke and Emma Mullo.
Lindsey Hopton, Alarna Fuller and Neely Murrell were the markswomen for Guiseley as they won 3-0 away to Handsworth. They now face fellow North East League side Barnsley, also 3-0 victors against Kirklees with goals from Rebecca Hale, Kathryn Smith and Kirsty Thompson. Nicky Davies bagged a hat-trick and Nicola Swift was also on target for Ossett Albion as they ran out 4-1 winners at Wetherby Athletic to book themselves a home tie with Hull City.
Steel City Wanderers came through a tricky tie at Keighley Oaks with a 2-0 win, given to them by Rachel Hale and Maria Burns. The Sheffield side's reward is a home game against Bradford Park Avenue, who defeated Brighouse 5-1 with goals from Annie Roberts (2), Shannon Doherty, Nicole Chamberlain and Lauren Doyle. Rothwell Ladies recorded the highest winning margin of the day, scoring twelve without reply past Appleby Frodingham, and they now take on Westella & Willerby. Lauren Nicholls was on target five times, Lisa Deakin contributed a hat-trick and the others came from Nadine Bates (2), Tori Sheriff and Louise Stringer.
Fionnuala Andrews netted four times and Amy Pipe added the other as City of Manchester came away from Middleton Athletic with a 5-3 victory. They are now at home to fellow North West League side Blackpool who crushed Warrington Town 11-1. Lauren Oatley and Sian Dillion each bagged hat-tricks, April Oldfield weighed in with a brace and there was one each from Emma Ambrose, Mac Barlow, Charlotte Banner and Gaby May. A Megan Doherty hat-trick plus an own goal ensured that Morecambe defeated Blackpool Wren Rovers 4-1 to earn themselves a home game against Birkenhead.
Another high scoring game at Accrington Girls & Ladies saw visitors Tranmere Rovers emerge as 5-3 winners. Rebecca Hirst scored twice along with Alli Coleman, Rachel Davison and Beth Woolley to earn the former semi finalists a meeting with Preston North End, 3-2 winners at Padiham. Crewe Alexandra meanwhile beat Irlam 3-1, Megan Booth (2) and Jess Sheridan scoring, and they are at home to Chester City.
Jemma Douglas and Natasha Murray both netted braces for Rise Park as they edged out Ruddington Village by the odd goal in seven. They now host Nettleham who were narrow 2-1 victors at Long Eaton Utd thanks to a double from Zuzana Pramukova. Charlotte Montgomery and Donna Watts each scored twice, with Kirsty Walton and Hanna Bodle adding the others as Mansfield Town eased to a 6-1 win over West Bridgford and will play Oadby & Wigston Dynamo, who notched up a 2-1 win over Dronfield Town.
Sandiacre Town won 4-2 against Retford Utd, courtesy of an Amy Pashley hat-trick and Natalie Loughenbury and must play Lutterworth Athletic who raced to a 6-2 success away to Arnold Town in which Helen Busby hit a hat-trick, Neely Simons added a brace and Ria Stevens completed the scoring. Pegasus Juniors beat Malvern Town 2-1 thanks to Charlotte Criddle and Nina Emery and they now take on Ellistown who also won 2-1 at Shenstone with Sally Walton scoring both goals, including a late penalty winner.
Kenilworth Town ran out 7-1 winners at Lye Town and their next opponents TNS Ladies defeated Bilbrook 4-1 with goals from Jade Hill (2), Jaime Duggan and Emily Ridge. FC Reedswood meanwhile recorded an impressive 8-0 victory away to Bradwell Belles and they will be at home to Crusaders who also picked up a fine result, beating Lichfield Diamonds 2-0 with Kirsty Spencer scoring both goals.
Emma Morgan, Eva Rogers and Leah Williams were all on target as Walsall pipped Coventry Development 3-2. They will also face Coventry opposition in the next round, in the form of Coventry Sphinx who scored nine without reply against Cottage Farm Rangers. Jo Ryan bagged four goals along with Cantelle Davis (2), Cath Smith (2) and Stacey Tovey. Tanya Dickinson was also on target four times, for Birmingham & West Midlands Police as they eased to a 7-1 win over AFC Telford Utd. Emily Painter, Hayley Joynson and Soraya Shryane added the other goals for Police to secure a home tie with Allscott, who beat Lightwood 2-1 thanks to Jamie Phillips and Stacey Boreham.
Huntingdon Town edged out Brackley Sports 4-3, courtesy of Claire Knox, Claire Radford, Hollie Dare and an own goal, and must now play Roade Ladies. Peterborough Sports netted ten without reply against Raunds Town and their next opponents Netherton Utd were 3-1 winners over Stewart & Lloyds thanks to Natasha Applegate (2) and Zoe Watkins. AFC Trinity narrow got the better of Great Shelford, 6-5 in a high scoring affair and will face Moulton Ladies.
West Billericay ended the hopes of Assandun Vikings with a 5-0 victory, courtesy of a goal apiece from Whitney Locke, Grace Clark, Michaela Standing, Grace Sale and Sarah Murphy to earn a home date with Haverhill Rovers who won 3-2 at Hutton with strikes from Stacey Roper, Rachael Mann and Norma Locker. Hannah Waters (2), Nina Batchelor and Lauren Matthews scored the goals as Hethersett Athletic defeated Lowestoft Town 4-2 and they will now play Billericay Town. AFC Sudbury picked up a notable 5-2 win over Colchester Town while their next opponents Wymondham Town triumphed 3-1 at Hockering thanks to Natalie Woods, Kayleigh Holloway and Kelly Ayres.
Kikk Utd won 3-1 against Haringey Borough, thanks to strikes from Leesa Haydock, Sophie Le Marchand and Sophie Muller They will play at home to Leighton Utd Vixens who beat Leverstock Green 2-1. Irisha Smith, Ruth Bereket and Grace Brown scored the goals as MSA Ladies were 3-1 winners over Sawbridgeworth Town to book a tie with Standon & Puckeridge who beat Sandy Ladies 4-1 with doubles from Gemma Handy and Jo Rutherford. Pauline Adeyemo, Hayley Piggott, Karen Stephanou and Claire Brooks were all on the scoresheet as Barking defeated Stevenage Borough 4-2. Barking are now at home to St Albans City, winners at Royston Town by the only goal, scored by Christina Freestone.
Oxford City ran out 5-0 winners over Ascot Utd, Mollie Avery hitting a hat-trick with the others coming from Georgia Williams and Frankie Hickson. In the next round they will face City Belles who came away from Tring Athletic with a 4-2 victory after extra time, Laura Beckett netting a brace during the extra period to add to Jenny Coles and an own goal. Stephanie Barass scored twice, including a 35-yard free kick, with Suzy Graves also on the mark as Launton returned from Old Actonians with a 3-1 win under their belts. Denham Utd were 5-0 victors at Headington, earned by doubles from Charlotte Stead and Danielle Maton with Alissia Down adding the other to earn their side a trip to Launton.
Verity Snow scored twice, with Tina Brett, Zoe Clifford and Louise Ekins joining her on the scoresheet as Maidenhead Utd won 5-1 against Banbury Utd and they will now play Hemel Hempstead Town who beat Newbury Ladies & Girls 6-3 (see match report). Long Lane beat Bexhill Utd 3-2 and now travel to play Panthers.
Ashford Girls defeated South Park 4-1 while their opponents in the next round, Battersea Ironsides triumphed on penalties against Regents Park Rangers after the sides had finished level at 2-2. Tara Dyerson and Melissa Tomilin scored the goals for Battersea before the shootout saw ten penalties being taken by each side with Ida Salonen netting Battersea's decisive spot kick. London Corinthians edged out Haywards Heath Town in a thrilling game by the odd goal in seven, Emily Hart netted twice including a late winner. Hannah Titchener and Katherine Long were also on target for Corinthians who are now hosting Maidstone Utd Rascals, 4-1 victors at Rusthall thanks to a Katie Jacobs double, Rachelle Walsh and Charley Morrow.
Rottingdean Village are away to Maidstone Town, following their 3-1 victory over New Forest. Knaphill won 3-2 at Prince of Wales with goals from Kerrie Allen, Emma Lawrence and Nichola Marr and they face Eastbourne Town who defeated Claygate Royals 8-1.
Eastbourne Ladies join their neighbours in the next round after scoring six without reply against Milford & Witley. Lacey Hyland scored twice, with Saffron Homewood, Shantelle Omar, Lucy Collinson and Katie Cornford adding the others for Eastbourne who are now at home to Westfield. After falling a goal behind, Laura Low (2), Hannah Searle and Emma Barnes all found the net as Westfield triumphed 4-1 at Dartford YMCA. Wendy Grant scored both goals as Abbey Rangers defeated Meridian 2-1 and they now go to AFC Wimbledon. Parkwood Rangers won the resulting penalty shootout after they and Anchorians drew 3-3. Emily Vaughan scored twice and Krissy Howlett the other for Parkwood with Kelly Gilbert slotting home the winning penalty to earn her side a home tie with Crawley Wasps who notched up a 4-2 success at Ramsgate, Toni Smith bagging a brace along with Laura Elliot and an own goal.
Alex Cottier (2), Gemma Worsfold, Hannah Hewlett, Kirsty Bell and Kellie Warren scored the goals as Southampton Women were 6-2 winners away to Wootton Bassett Town. Their next opponents, Aldershot Town won on penalties after they and Weymouth shared six goals. Abi Fever netted twice and Nikki Moore the other for the Shots during open play but it was goalkeeper Callie Messingham who was their hero in the shootout with a couple of saves. Swindon Spitfires defeated Gosport Borough 2-1, Beth Turner and Emma Skinner scoring, and they will take on Poole Town who scored five without reply away to Fleet Town, Becky Miles netting twice along with Bev Symes, Faye Hawkins and Sam Gubb. Goalkeeper Gemma Woodford was amongst the scores for Shanklin as they won 5-1 at Parley Sports. Nicky Briggs (2), Rowan Treagus and Susan Cullen also found the net for the Isle of Wight side which now hosts Andover New Street, who recorded a 3-1 victory over Christchurch with goals from Jess Frampton, Charlotte Hull and Kerri Lewis.
Forest of Dean beat Heavitree Social 1-0 whilst Stoke Lane Athletic, their opponents in the next round, registered a fine 4-3 success away to Bridgwater Town. Former England international Rachel Stowell netted four times as Downend Flyers defeated AEK Boco 9-1. Kate Michaels (2), Hayley Buckland, Alana Willson and Carley Corcoran added the others for Downend who are now at home to Bitton, 5-3 winners at Pen Mill thanks to a Megan Bloomer hat-trick, Amber Coates and Jess Morgan.
Larkhall Athletic, who reached the Fourth Round last season, began their Cup campaign with a victory, 5-1 against Bude Town. Lizzie Barratt netted twice for the Larks along with Kelly Cripps, Emma Seal and Natasha Miller. Falmouth Town surprised Cheltenham Town by beating them 8-2 and they now travel to Larkhall.
Amy Jefferies bagged a brace and Becky Rexworthy the other as St Nicholas won 3-2 against Launceston They now host Bristol Ladies Union who came through an awkward tie at Quedgeley Wanderers with a 7-2 victory, given to them by a Natalia Debek double and one each from Frankie Stone, Sarah White, Lucy Sharp and Cheryl Baber. Brislington scored six without reply away to Cheltenham Civil Service with goals from Hayley James (2), Leigh Milkins, Abby Southway, Molly Moore and Emily Plummer to book a home tie with Ilminster Town, who also won 6-0 against Street, Alice Charlton netting four times along with Lesley Spearing and Emma Jennings.
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