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Leighton and Long Lane lead Cup surprises
 Women's Football News 2 Oct 2014
 
Leighton Utd Vixens secured a great result in the First Round Qualifying when they defeated Leverstock Green, who play two divisions higher, 2-0. 
 
Karis Richardson scored both goals for the Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire County League side as they knocked out their Eastern Region League Premier Division opponents and they now face Colney Heath who fared better against a Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire League side, winning 3-1 at Garston courtesy of a Molly Slade brace and Megan Kiff.
 
Long Lane were another County League side to eliminate a team from the Eastern Region League Premier Division as they beat Haringey Borough 4-2, Ellie Beere netting twice along with Otesha Charles and Alana Garrett. The Kent side's reward is a tough one against Brentford who crushed Hemel Hempstead Town 9-2. Dana Johnson scored four times, Ashley Cheatley added three and Lavana Neufville also found the net twice for Brentford to help the team thank manager Will Boye for doing a great job for the club and wish him well as he moves on to find another challenge.
 
Amber Madkour and an own goal ensured that Christchurch won 2-1 against Fleet Town whilst their next opponents Parley Sports swept through by beating New Forest 10-3. Rachel Anderson netted four times for Parley, Laura Baker weighed in with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Philippa Holden, Kerry Shiers and Nicole Learner.
 
Zoe Counter and Emily Vaughan grabbed the goals as Parkwood Rangers defeated Aylesford 2-1 and Kidlington completed a quintet of County League victories over higher league opposition as they claimed a 5-3 win over Marlow. Kidlington now face Torquay Utd who defeated Ilminster Town 5-1 with doubles from Sian Chapman and Laura Gough along with a Natalie Warman goal.
 
Lowestoft Town triumphed 8-3 against Billericay Town in one of the ties of the round. Hannah Waters had an excellent day in front of goal, netting six times in all, with one apiece from Natasha Thomas and Chloe Hoffman. Wealdstone are next up for Lowestoft after 3-2 winners over AFC Dunstable (see match report).
 
Something had to give when Boldon met Blyth Town Lions as both teams sported 100% records going into their meeting and the tie lived up to its billing with Boldon emerging as narrow 4-3 winners to line themselves up with a tie against Peterlee RA, who defeated Prudhoe Town 4-2. Gillian Welsh, Georgia Traill-Scott, Abbie Inglis and Chelsea Easton scored the goals as Birtley Town were also 4-2 winners against Middlesbrough Lionesses, they now play Tynedale who scored twelve without reply past Forest Hall. Emma Hales led the scoring with four while Sharron Bell, Joanne Dixon and Christine Murray each added doubles while Lauren Ray and Alice Stroyan completed the tally.
 
Katie Duckworth scored a hat-trick with Sara Renfrew, Ali Smith and Lauren Shuttleworth adding the others as York City came away from Kader FC with a six-goal victory under their belts. Next round opponents Whitley Bay also won 6-0 against Ashington Woodhorn Lane, Hattie Pearson and Steph Ord each netting twice with Catherine Shields and Julie Duggan also on target. Blackpool Wren Rovers eased through by beating CMB Ladies 10-1 and will play Merseyrail Bootle who ran out 10-0 winners over Chester City, Siobhan Cliffe, Alice Brown, Alicia Hardacre and Emily Swindells each bagging a brace along with Rachel Atherton and an own goal.
 
Accrington Girls & Ladies picked up a fine victory away to City of Manchester from the division above them. The two teams met at the same stage last season and fought out a 6-6 draw and once again, they shared twelve goals between them. This time though, it was Accrington who went through with an 8-4 win, Becky McEwan hitting a hat-trick with doubles from Lauren Walker and Leah Embley, with Amelia Ripley also on target. They now face Wetherby Athletic who were 8-3 victors against Ossett Albion after extra time. Debra Slater scored four times, with one each from Janni Botten, Becky Davies, Grace Adams and Becky Furey. Hull City went four better with a 12-0 win at the expense of Bradford Park Avenue. Rebecca Beech was on target seven times along with Joanne Symington (2), Rachael Cooke, Katie Thompson and Sarah Owen. They now play Brighouse Town who emerged as 2-0 winners from their local derby with Brighouse Athletic, Amy Hesselden giving Town the lead after four minutes and Claire Needham sealing the win late on.
 
Farsley AFC won 3-0 away to Malet Lambert YC, Helen Gresty giving them a first half lead before Kerri-Lee Mennel and Demi Godson added further goals to earn them a tie with Sheffield Wednesday, who defeated Handsworth 4-1. Emma Briggs scored twice for Wednesday along with Emma Otley and Emily Higgins, with Charlotte McCourt replying. Woolton edged out Middleton Athletic 2-1, thanks to goals from Kerry Sloan and Leah Weaver, and they now face Penrith AFC who picked up a fine 3-2 extra time success at Blackpool.
 
Burnley Girls & Ladies notched up a convincing 8-2 victory at Bury Girls & Ladies. Rebecca Hayton led the scoring with a hat-trick, Justine Wallace and Joanna Rohman each added two and Emily Wilkinson the other for Burnley whose next opponents will be Mersey Girls, who defeated Workington Reds 2-1. Michelle Saunders and Leanne Derry each bagged a brace and Megan Booth the other for Crewe Alexandra as they won 5-2 against Birkenhead. Crewe are now at home to Nettleham, 5-0 winners away to Sandiacre Town thanks to Stacey Aisthorpe (2), Jennifer Purnell, Zuzana Pramukova and Tiffany Lunn.
 
Emily Ridge scored twice and Jen Smith the other as TNS Ladies beat Leamington Lions 3-1 and they now host Walsall who ended the hopes of Malvern Town with a 3-0 victory, Lindsey Glover bagging a brace along with an own goal. Ellistown have started the season well and they have carried this form into the Cup as they defeated Teversal 7-0, Emma Moore bagging a four-goal haul and Katie Bateman a hat-trick to set up a home tie with Wyrley Ladies, whose match with Folly Lane went all the way to penalties where they won 3-2 from the spot, after the sides had battled out a 2-2 draw.
 
Tash Applegate (2), Donna Norman and Natasha Folwell scored the goals as Raunds Town won 4-2 at Fulbourn Institute. They must play Crusaders, 3-2 winners away to Brereton Town courtesy of a Bekkie Sloan hat-trick. Allscott triumphed in a tight battle with a 5-4 victory against Lye Town after extra time whilst their next opponents Burton Albion's path through was much smoother, beating Bedworth Utd 10-1.
 
Bilbrook pipped Stone Dominoes by the odd goal in seven, Jess Nash and Lindsay Josephs each scoring twice to settle an excellent game. Bilbrook will be at home to Kenilworth Town who picked up a 1-0 victory over Coventry Development, Alexandra Silton grabbing the only goal of the game. Long Eaton Utd meanwhile notched up a 3-0 success at West Bridgford, Lucie Johnstone scoring twice and Lauren Daley the other, and Ruddington Village will be their next opponents after they won a thrilling tie 6-5 against Oadby & Wigston. Faye Brown scored five times and Leah Hill the other for Ruddington, while Helen Busby found the net four times for Oadby but still ended up on the losing side, Sammy Hargrave also getting on the scoresheet.
 
Wymondham Town beat Newmarket Town 2-0 whilst Great Shelford won 7-3 against Roade Ladies. Charlotte Maybank bagged a hat-trick and Sophie Hopkins a brace, with Georgia Day and Amanda Binge also finding the net. Colchester Town came through a tricky tie at Southendian Ladies with a 3-2 victory, goals from Jacqueline Ball, Georgia Box and Alexandra Shephed booking them a home tie with Brentwood Town, were 2-1 winners over West Billericay thanks to Danielle Butler and Stacey Turner.
 
Burton Park Wanderers won 2-1 away to Stewart & Lloyds and now play Offley & Stopsley, who scored six times without reply against Harvesters. Barking managed to see off the challenge of Sherrardswood by beating them 5-1. Ashleigh Blatt and Carly Vigors each scored twice for the Essex side, with Kelsey Watson also on the scoresheet. Barking are now at home to Royston Town who defeated Sawbridgeworth Town 4-0 with strikes from Georgia Gannaway (2), Jo Rutherford and Amy Cooper.
 
Nay Ingarfield (2), Caitlin Alvey and Katie Simms were on the scoresheet for Bar Hill who were 4-0 winners over Huntingdon Town. Peterborough Northern Star won 3-0 at Rothwell Corinthians, Rachel Adkin scoring twice and Donna Nicholls the other.
 
London Corinthians defeated Eastbourne Ladies 6-0 with strikes from Katherine Long (2), Emily Hart, Jane Simpson, Hannah Titchener and Claire Williams to secure a home tie with Fulham FC Foundation who staged the comeback of the day as they came from 4-1 behind to beat AFC Wimbledon 7-4 at Kingsmeadow, Verity Snow scoring six times and Helen Ogle the other.
 
Carshalton Athletic won 2-0 away to Bexhill Utd with goals from Laura Curtis and Georgie O'Halloran. Eastbourne Town netted seven times against Burgess Hill Town, Danielle Ford bagging a brace with one apiece from Francesca Cook, Janine Daly, Kate Donnan, Vicky Phillips and Sarah da Silva.
 
Crawley Wasps ran out 9-0 winners over Worthing Town, Rebecca Carter bagging a six-goal haul with Toni Smith (2) and Jade Simmons adding the others. Herne Bay defeated Anchorians 3-1 with goals from Vicky Holness (2) and Nicola Harris. AFC Wimbledon Development progressed with a 3-0 victory against Rottingdean Village, Allana Ashmeil netting a goal in each half with Georgia Heasman their other markswoman to line up a tie in the next round against Dartford Royals who won 6-0 against Chertsey Town.
 
Tina Brett scored a hat-trick along with Lucy Smith, Zoe Clifford and Olivia Buzaglo as Maidenhead Utd notched up a 6-1 success away to Colne Valley. Their next opponents will be Old Actonians, who defeated Woodley Utd 3-1 with Carla Williams, Nathalie Randall and Natasha Cree on target. Rebecca Miles was another hat-trick scorer, Kirsty Stevens adding the other for Poole Town as they won 4-3 against Basingstoke Town after extra time to set up a tie with Oxford City who beat Banbury Utd 3-0. All of Oxford's goals came in the final quarter of the game, Megan Mitchell netting twice along with Kiera Isaac.
 
Bridgwater Town scored five without reply at Pen Mill, Georgia Coles netting twice along with Rosie Williams, Lucy Stacey and Abi Payne and will now host Newbury Ladies, for whom Kendall Gilmour was on target as they won 1-0 against Ascot Utd. Sasha Sparkes hit a hat-trick and Amy Hemingway the other as Truro City were 4-2 victors at Frome Town to set up a home tie with Swindon Spitfires, who edged out Downend Flyers 2-1 after extra time. Karyn Coombs and Beth Turner netted for the Spitfires, with Downend's consolation coming from Kate Michael.

 
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