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Colne Valley claimed a Southern Region League scalp for the second round in a row in the F.A.Women's Cup, this time beating Bracknell Town 4-1.
Debbie Watson scored a hat-trick and Charmaine Benham added the fourth for Colne who must now travel to Maidenhead Utd, who also won 4-1 against Hemel Hempstead Town with goals from Tina Brett, Alex Dover, Verity Snow and Zoe Clifford.
Emily Vaughan scored both goals for Parkwood Rangers as they claimed a fine 2-1 victory against Crawley Wasps and Crystal Palace will be the next opponents for the South East Counties League side.
Jarrow Ladies kept up their run with an excellent 2-1 win against Whitley Bay and they now travel to Sheffield Utd Community, thanks to goals from Elisha Jones and Nichole Havery.
Steel City Wanderers defeated Bradford Park Avenue 6-2. Zoe Beresford and Sarah Smith each scored twice, with Rachel Hale and Maria Burns netting the other but the Steels have to wait to see who they will play as the tie between City of Manchester and Blackpool was postponed. Hannah Robinson scored a hat-trick as Abbeytown notched up a great 3-1 victory over North Shields to book themselves a plum home tie with Leeds City Vixens.
Peterlee St Francis ended the hopes of Whickham Fellside with a 7-1 victory. Lucy Garrington bagged a four-goal haul along with Laura Wilson, Rachel Hedley and Becky Smith-Robinson. They now face Hull City who were 6-2 winners away to Ossett Albion. Sian Bentley and Rebecca Beech each scored twice, with Katie Rowland and Nikki Ridley adding the others. Durham Wildcats meanwhile charged to an 8-2 success at Norton & Stockton Ancients to earn an intriguing tie with Wakefield. Gemma Nortcliffe was on target four times, Samantha Striano weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Enma Mullo and Ellen Fahey.
Chester-le-Street Town won 5-1 at Kendal Town and now face Combination opposition in shape of Stockport County. Vicky Mudd bagged a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Rae Taylor and Rachel Kay. Rothwell Ladies have a tough trip to Bradford City after they defeated Westella & Willerby 4-2, Emma Rutherford netting all four goals. Beth Ragdale scored the only goal of the game as Crewe Alexandra won 1-0 against Chester City, they must play Tranmere Rovers, 3-0 victors over Preston North End thanks to a Rachel Davison brace and Kayleigh Goodwin.
Penrith AFC progressed with a 5-2 win away to Prudhoe Town and have been paired with Morecambe scored seven without reply against Birkenhead. Rebecca Hale (2) and Holly Findlay were on the scoresheet as Barnsley came away from Guiseley with a 3-1 victory and will now host Liverpool Feds.
Ellistown came through an awkward tie, 3-1 winners at Hereford Pegasus after extra time, and will play Stoke City. Jody Scott scored twice and Sally Walton the other but Ellistown's hero was Becky Robinson who made a string of brilliant saves including a penalty. Fiona Kiernan and Saffron Munsey netted the goals for Rise Park as they defeated Nettleham 2-1 and now host Coventry Sphinx who were 3-2 victors away to Walsall thanks to a Jo Ryan brace and Stacey Tovey.
Helen Busby hit a hat-trick and Carly Pegg the other as Lutterworth Athletic won 4-3 against Sandiacre Town. They now host Mansfield Town who beat Oadby & Wigston Dynamo 4-1. Becky Braithwaite, Kelly Clayton, Donna Watts and Stacey Bridge were on target for Mansfield with Megan Cletheroe replying. FC Reedswood defeated Crusaders and will go to Leicester City Ladies in the next round. Natalie Poole scored a hat-trick for Reedswood, Jodie Lewis added two and Gemma Moss was also on target.
TNS Ladies face a trip to Radcliffe Olympic after they ran out 4-1 winners at Kenilworth Town. Chloe Mapp scored twice for TNS along with Steph Kidd and Sophie Edwards. Melissa Ball and Gemma Mooney were on target as Birmingham & West Midlands Police edged out Allscott 2-1 and they have a tough task away to Midland Combination leaders Leafield Athletic.
MSA Ladies eliminated Standon & Puckeridge by beating them 3-1. Samrawit Bereket was on target twice along with Katrina Smith. They will host AFC Trinity who won 6-2 against Moulton Ladies with goals from Laura Sutherland (2), Natasha Folwell, Holly Overfield, Kirsty Walker and Samantha Christie. Peterborough Northern Star, who had a good run last season, defeated Hampton 7-3 and must travel to Arlesey Town. Louise Burgess hit a hat-trick and there was one each from Shay Stanford, Nina Flory, Elsje Van Es and Gee Sturgess.
Marie Barker and Nicola Dunsdon scored the goals as Billericay Town were 2-0 winners at Hethersett Athletic and they now host Brentwood Town. Kikk Utd eased past Leighton Utd Vixens with a 9-3 victory to earn a trip to Cambridge Women. Sophie Muller and Becky Barnes each bagged hat-tricks, Sophie Le Marchand weighed in with a brace and Connie Montiel completed the tally.
Peterborough Sports defeated Netherton Utd 10-1 and have been paired with C & K Basildon, who won 3-2 away to Chelmsford City with goals from Angela Arnold, Nicola Carty and Laura Bryant. Roade Ladies triumphed 5-2 at Huntingdon Town but their reward is a difficult one away to Chesham Utd. Hannah Glasspool (2), Minnie Messenger, Amy Milligan and Sharn Rowlands were all on the scoresheet for Roade. Barking defeated St Albans City 6-1 and are at home to Enfield Town.
Oxford City landed themselves a tie with Ipswich Town in the next round following their 3-0 victory over City Belles, given to them by a Frankie Hickson double and Lauren Smith. AFC Sudbury won 3-1 against Wymondham Town to earn a tie with West Billericay beat Haverhill Rovers 4-0 with Whitney Locke netting all four goals.
AFC Wimbledon netted six without reply past Abbey Rangers. Kerrie Pizzaferro was on target twice for the Dons along with Stacie Tull, Shannon Lindo, Louise Cooper and Bernice Tully. Next up for the Dons are Aldershot Town who won 3-0 away to Southampton Women (see match report). London Corinthians ran up the biggest score of the day, scoring fourteen times against Maidstone Utd Rascals. Emily Hart netted five times while Katherine Long weighed in with four and Sophie Miller a hat-trick, Grace Gibbs adding the other two for Corinthians whose next opponents will be Panthers, who defeated Long Lane 4-2.
Battersea Ironsides kept up their good start so far with a 5-3 win at Ashford Girls and now go to Oxford Utd. Dom Matthews was on target twice along with Melissa Tomilin, Alice Draycott and an own goal. Eastbourne Town will play Southampton Saints following their 4-1 success away to Knaphill. Denham Utd ran out 4-0 winners away to Launton, thanks to Lauren Cox, Danielle Maton, Charlotte Stead and Vicky Elliott, to book a tough tie with Chichester City.
Maidstone Town were another team to hit a high score, 9-1 against Rottingdean Village and they now host University of Portsmouth. Aimee Churchill led the scoring with a four-goal blast and also on target were Emma Hogben, Kay Doody, Nicola Morris, Lucy Harrington and Laura Lep. Westfield netted seven times at Eastbourne Ladies, they will be at home to Ebbsfleet Utd. Laura Low bagged a four-goal haul along with Emma Barnes, Lizzie Laws, Hannah Searle.
Shanklin won 2-0 against Andover New Street thanks to a Rowan Treagus double and they must play Brislington who beat Ilminster Town 4-2, Sophie Whelan scoring a hat-trick and Abbie Southway the other. Forest of Dean were 3-1 victors over Stoke Lane Athletic with goals from Tara Rutter, Sam Morse and Leanne Cooper, and they will be at home to Exeter City.
Downend Flyers survived a huge scare against Bitton, coming from two goals behind to win 4-2 courtesy of a Laura Baker hat-trick and Rachel Stowell. The Bristol side must now travel to South West Combination high fliers Forest Green Rovers. Poole Town were narrow 4-3 extra time victors at Swindon Spitfires and their next opponents will be Swindon Town. Faye Hawkins hit a hat-trick and Bev Symes the other for Poole who had trailed 3-1 at half time.
Larkhall Athletic were 5-1 winners over Falmouth Town thanks to a Kelly Cripps brace, Michelle Munro, Kate German and Lizzie Barratt. They will be at home to Bristol Ladies Union who triumphed 3-1 at St Nicholas. Union led through a goal from Victoria White with the home side equalising through Becky Rexworthy, but Cheryl Baber restored her side's lead via a free kick and Frankie Stone wrapped up the win in injury time.
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