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St Albans lead Cup surprises
 Women's Football News 26 Sep 2013
 
St Albans City, of the Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire League, caused an upset in the First Round Qualifying when winning 2-1 away to Sawbridgeworth Town. 
 
Kelly Hancock and Georgia Knight scored the goals for St Albans who will face County League opposition in the next round in the shape of Waveney Wanderers, who beat Assandun Vikings 2-0.
 
Ilminster Town meanwhile eliminated Frome Town on penalties after the sides had battled out a 5-5 draw. Alice Charlton scored a hat-trick for Ilminster with Jenny Frost contributing a brace, with the Somerset County League's successful penalties being converted by Sarah Roxburgh, Chelsea Board and Aimee Rowe. Cheltenham Town scored nine without reply past Pen Mill. Rhona Donaldson and Charlie Griffin both hit hat-tricks for the Robins whose other goals came from Sarah Haden (2) and Elizabeth Dawson.
 
Chloe Greer's double and Emily Bernard ensured that AFC Wimbledon Development knocked out Chertsey Town 3-0 and will play Prince of Wales in the next round (see match report). Boldon were another County League club who claimed a good win over higher league opposition, beating Lowick Utd 5-1. Melissa Simpson scored twice with Alex Ross, Ally Leach and Lisa Deakin also on target. Their next opponents will be fellow Durham League side Rutherford Ravens, 5-0 winners over Forest Hall thanks to Rachel Wilson (2), Catherine Tonge, Kirsty Williams and Rachael Smales.
 
Abbeytown claimed a fine 2-1 victory away to Birtley Town. The Cumbria League outfit will be at home in the next round to Peterlee St Francis, who won a well contested tie 3-2 against York City after extra time. Siobhan Simpson and Rachel Hedley gave Peterlee a two-goal lead before York hit back to level the scores, Jess Clark scoring the winning goal for the North East side.
 
Tynedale netted five without reply at Workington Reds and their reward is a home tie with Seaton Carew, who also won 5-0 against Willington. Birtley St Josephs won 5-3 away to Kendal Town and will now host Whitley Bay who defeated Middlesbrough Lionesses 2-1 thanks to Steph O'Brien and Gabby Naughton. Penrith AFC and Whickham Fellside went all the way to penalties, where it was Penrith who triumphed following a 2-2 draw. Nat Broad and Keeley Holliday found the net from open play but it was goalkeeper Michelle Jones who was their hero during the shootout, saving all three Whickham penalties whilst Nat Broad, Kim McCormick and Heather Fawkes all scored. The Cumbria side have been paired with Kader FC who beat Prudhoe Town 2-0 with goals from Sophie Cox and Rebecca Degnen.
 
Brighouse Town beat CMB Ladies 4-1 thanks to Jayne Smith, Sonya Sweeney, Rachael White and Anna Womersley. Their next opponents will be Woolton who progressed via a 2-1 extra time win against Bury Girls & Ladies. Sarah Greenhalgh scored twice and Emilie Forest the other as Burnley Girls & Ladies won 3-0 away to Blackpool. They will be at home to City of Manchester who were penalty shootout winners over Accrington Girls & Ladies after the sides had shared a thrilling 5-5 draw. Rachael Dunlop scored a hat-trick for City of Manchester whose other scorers were Victoria Moore and Claire Young, with Cory Hallam and Natalie Robinson scoring in the shootout. Amelia Ripley, Becky McEwan, Caroline Mallen, Kerry Bamford and Lauren Walker all replied for Accrington. Ossett Albion edged out Bradford Park Avenue by the odd goal in five, Nikki Swift netting twice and Jo Atkinson the other. Ossett will now play host to Malet Lambert who returned from Hemsworth MW with a 5-3 victory under their belts. Carla Green (2), Natalie Gray, Chamaine Pinder and Ellie Tanser were all on the mark for Malet.
 
Stacey Aisthorpe scored two along with Jen Purnell, Tiffany Lunn, Holly Newman and Zuzana Pramukova as Nettleham ran out 6-1 winners away to Sheffield Wednesday. They will be at home to Crewe Alexandra who came through a tough tie away to Birkenhead with a 4-3 victory, Amanda Fallon bagging a hat-trick and Shelley James the other from the penalty spot. Blackpool Wren Rovers defeated Middleton Athletic 3-2 to set up a home tie with Chester City. Nikki Berko scored twice and Jodie Hazlehurst the other for the North West League side. Morecambe meanwhile registered a 10-1 victory over Padiham, spearheaded by a four-goal blast from Melissa Brown. Georie Lupton (2), Nicola Relph, Hannah Williams, Jo Norris and Laura Callis also scored for Morecambe to help set up one of the ties of the next round as they will now play Steel City Wanderers, 4-0 winners at Farsley AFC. Zoe Beresford (2), Lucy Smith and Rachel Hale were the Steels' markswomen.
 
Hull City won 4-1 against Brighouse Sports, Zoe Michelle giving them the lead before Rebecca Beech added a brace before half time and Ellice Jackman netted the fourth with fourteen minutes remaining. Handsworth who beat Lepton Highlanders by the only goal of the game, scored by Sophie West with two minutes left to play.
 
Walsall progressed by winning an astonishing game 7-6 over Pelsall Villa after extra time. Leah Seivwright scored four times, Rachel Green weighed in with a double and Gemma Brittle was also on the scoresheet. The Saddlers' next opponents will be Bilbrook, 4-2 winners against Lye Town thanks to Jessica Nash (2), Demi Yates and Michaela Heslop. Malvern Town advanced on penalties against Coventrians after the sides had shared four goals but they must wait to find out their next opponents, the winners of the postponed tie between Rothwell Corinthians and Raunds Town which will be played this week. Natalie Chadney and Karli Smith were on target for Malvern whose penalty scorers were Lucy Martin, Kate Boulton, Natalie Chadney and Samantha Shail.
 
Oadby & Wigston Dynamo won 4-0 away to Teversal and have been rewarded with a home tie against Long Eaton Utd who beat St George's 3-1 courtesy of a Jodie Hancock hat-trick. Sammi Barlow, Toni Anholm (2), Lucy Harris and a Shoniqua Barnes penalty ensured that Arnold Town were 5-1 victors at Asfordby Amateurs. Alex Shilton was on target four times for Kenilworth Town in their 7-1 win against Cottage Farm Rangers and she was joined on the scoresheet by Marni Sidhu, Abi Foster and Charlotte Hooper.
 
TNS Ladies beat Allscott 4-0 thanks to Chloe Mapp, Sarah Burke and a brace of goals from Jaime Duggan. They have been paired with Hereford Pegasus who also won 4-0 against Folly Lane. Jodie Lewis and Jessica Taylor grabbed the goals for FC Reedswood in their 2-1 win away to Crusaders. The West Midlands League side now play Ellistown who were 3-2 victors at Rise Park, Kelly Greene, Jody Scott and Katie Bateman were their markswomen.
 
Ruddington Village won 4-2 at Dronfield Town courtesy of Faye Brown's treble and Rebecca Graves, to earn themselves a meeting with Sandiacre Town who beat West Bridgford 7-1. Jodie Smith opened the scoring for Sandiacre and Rebecca Turgoose added the second, before Natalie Loughenbury hit a hat-trick and Amy Pashley the other two. Bar Hill defeated Moulton Ladies 2-1 after extra time and their next opponents will be Billericay Town, who netted fifteen times without reply past FC Clacton. Sophie Whiting scored five and Nicola Dunsdon added four with Francine Laisney (2), Stephanie Poleykett, Stacey Turner, Marie Barker and Keegan Russell finishing the tally.
 
Natasha Fensome led the scoring with a hat-trick, Rebecca Vass weighed in with a double and Chloe Scott added the other for Bedford Ladies in their 6-2 victory at Kettering Town. Their next opponents will be Stevenage Borough, 5-2 winners over Hoddesdon Owls thanks to Rachel Catlow (2), Sammy Tinsley, Amy Josland and Donna McGuigan. AFC Dunstable won 4-0 over Ascot Utd to line themselves up with a tie against Royston Town who narrowly beat Wootton Blue Cross 2-1 thanks to Joe Rutherford and an own goal.
 
Amanda Nicholl netted twice along with Georgia Holdaway, Paige White and an own goal for Southendians as they defeated Brandon Ladies 5-0. The Essex County League side have landed a home tie against Peterborough Northern Star who were another team to score fifteen times against Netherton Utd. Nina Flory led the scoring with a five-goal haul and Donna Nicholls contributed a hat-trick, they were joined on the scoresheet by Rachel Adkin (2), Sarah Jones, Chanade Henderson, Julie Ikeda and an own goal.
 
Lowestoft Town kept up their good start to the season with a 6-1 victory over AFC Sudbury. Natasha Thomas scored a hat-trick for the Eastern Region League leaders and she was joined on the scoresheet by Kate Pasque, Broghan Scully and Amber Rowland. They now face fellow Eastern Region League side Peterborough Sports who put nine past Brackley Sports. Lorna Hart led the scoring with a four-goal blast, Jessica Farchica and Louise Burgess each bagged braces and Clare Knibbs was also on the mark.
 
Barking defeated Flitwick Ladies 6-0, Carly Copplestone and Liane Prior each scoring twice with one apiece from Vicky Kinsman and Carly Vigors. West Billericay are next up in an all-Essex clash after they came through a tricky tie at Bungay Town by beating them 3-2 with goals from Katy Judd, Michaela Standing and Grace Clark. Colchester Town were 5-0 winners over Haverhill Rovers courtesy of a Georgia Box hat-trick, Lauren Richardson and Tori Campbell to book a meeting with Leighton Utd Vixens who beat Wealdstone 5-1. After Wealdstone had taken an early lead, Leighton rallied and replied with a penalty from Jodie Molloy and a close range volley from Shanice Sanderson. Two superb goals from free kicks from Molloy sealed her hat-trick and the game was put to bed in 75th minute with a solo goal from Nicola Henman.
 
Hemel Hempstead Town won 7-0 against Banbury Utd whilst their next opponents, Leverstock Green also notched up a 7-0 victory at Tower Hill in which Giselle Subryan scored a hat-trick with others from Nicola Hollick (2), Gemma Coggins and Lucy Tape. Becky Barnes netted three times with one apiece from Sophie Muller, Simone Wan, Alma Donohoe and Morag Mitchell-Carvalho for Kikk Utd as they defeated Haringey Borough 7-0. They will be at home to Battersea & Wandsworth who went one better, beating Abbey Rangers 8-1.
 
AFC Wimbledon advanced to the next stage with a 5-1 victory over Worthing Town. After going a goal behind early on, Louise Cooper equalised with Michelle Tapping, Bianca Walker, Coralie Kouassi and Shaz Blomeley also finding the net for the Dons who must now take on Oxford City, 3-0 winners against Marlow thanks to Leah McLennon (2) and Amanda Frackiewicz.
 
London Corinthians had a good Cup run last year and they have started well again, beating Maidstone Utd 2-0. Katherine Long gave Corinthians the lead via a powerful header and Adele Keech wrapped up the win with a second half penalty. They must now play Herne Bay who had a good win themselves, 3-1 over Anchorians. Lesley Kay scored twice for the Kent side, one from the penalty spot, and Vicky Holness wrapped up the win late on.
 
Olivia Buzaglo and Tracy Corkett each scored twice, with Natasha Thompson and Catherine Butts adding the others for Maidenhead Utd as they won 6-2 against Newbury Ladies. They now play Eastbourne Town who scored six without reply against local rivals Eastbourne Ladies thanks to Janine Daly (2), Loren O'Dwyer, Charlotte Longuehaue, Francesca O'Callaghan and an own goal. Bracknell Town picked up a 3-0 victory at Headington to set up an intriguing tie with Crawley Wasps, 9-0 winners over Milford & Witley. Faye Rabson hit a hat-trick for Crawley, Holly Walker added two and there was one apiece from Rachel Halliday, Alexandra Lebrato, Toni Smith and Alex Tibble.
 
Sadie Ashby scored a hat-trick along with Leigh-Anne Jordan (2) and Rosh Nellis as Haywards Heath Town beat Dartford YMCA 6-2. Rusthall ran out 4-1 winners over Rottingdean Village and play Heath next, Leanne Strudwick netting twice and the others came from Kerry Tagg and Becky Saxby.
 
Parkwood Rangers and Colne Valley each had a great time in the Cup last season but both are out at the first stage on this occasion. Parkwood were beaten 7-4 by Crystal Palace whilst Old Actonians defeated Colne Valley 4-1. Sinead Friel scored for Old Actonians during normal time and in the extra period, Lindsay Canham put them in front and Carla Williams sealed the victory with two penalties. Westfield were another team to hit double figures on Sunday, scoring eleven times past Knaphill. Laura Hann was on target four times, Vicky Petrova and Emma Lawrence added two apiece and the tally was completed by Lizzie Laws, Jade Pilley and an own goal. Their next opponents will be Aylesford who defeated Regents Park Rangers 5-0 with a goal each from Beth Hulme, Kirsty Mitchell, Lauren Seymour, Katie Golding and Chloe France. Fulham Compton OB meanwhile won 3-1 against South Park to set up a home tie with Bexhill Utd.
 
Charmaine True scored a hat-trick, Gemma Green added two and Jess Timbrell was also on target for Gosport Borough who beat Weymouth Town 6-0. The Hampshire side have set up an intriguing tie in the next round with Bristol Ladies Union who ran up a total of eleven goals without reply against Wootton Bassett Town. Katy-May O'Hara-Nash helped herself to six goals, Toni Hemmings added a brace and the tally was completed by Sarah Gregory, Sally-Anne Shortman and Kelly Watkins. Becky Rexworthy hit a hat-trick with Abi Winnett and Jess Wilson adding the others as St Nicholas recorded an excellent 5-1 victory away to Bridgwater Town. They now host Southampton Women who were taken to penalties by New Forest, winning on spot kicks following a 2-2 draw in which Kirsty Bell and Karleen Benham grabbed their goals.
 
Torquay Utd defeated Bude Town 4-0 with a goal each from Hayley Chamberlain, Sarah Chase, Laura Baker and Joey Fawke to set up a tie against Swindon Spitfires who ran up the highest tally of goals on the day, eighteen against Quedgeley Wanderers. Ria Salleh netted five times, Debbie Rose a hat-trick, Emma Skinner and Samantha Smith added two apiece and the total was rounded off by Cara Costello, Hayley Huckin, Tasmin Kellett, Emily Sparkes, Laura Stallard and Bethany Turner. Cirencester Town were narrow 2-1 winners over Bitton. They will be at home to Parley Sports who came away from Aldershot Town with a 3-0 victory thanks to Rosie Williams (2) and Laura Baker.
 
Truro City ended the hopes of Launceston by beating them 4-0. Poole Town booked themselves a long trip to Cornwall with a 6-1 success against Fleet Town, Sasha Paynter netting twice along with Faye Hawkins, Stacey Ayling, Rebecca Miles and Shelley Towers.
 
Leanne Godwin scored a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Laura Meheran (2), Ashleigh Watson (2), Emily Skipp, Laura Stephens and Helen Wood as Gloucester City eased to a 10-2 win against local rivals Longlevens Greyhounds. They face a tricky tie in the next round against Brislington who narrowly beat Stoke Lane Athletic 2-1 with Jazmin Faiers and Kimberly Maggs on target.
 
Faye Slade netted a brace and Katie Ransome the other for Downend Flyers who were 3-1 winners over Forest of Dean. Their next opponents will be Basingstoke Town who defeated Andover New Street by the only goal of the game, scored by Lindsey Beverley midway through the second half.

 
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