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Radcliffe Olympic caused the shock of the round in the Premier League Plate as they defeated Northern Division high fliers Stoke City 4-1.
Beth Bailey netted two of the goals for the Midlands Division One side, with Rania Ramadan and Dani Saulter also on the scoresheet, Stoke's consolation coming from Laura Garside.
Huddersfield Town produced a fine result away to Northern Division One table toppers Liverpool Marshalls Feds, winning 5-2 to book their place in the last sixteen. Debbie Hastings and Katie Nutter each bagged a brace and Kate Mallin the other, with Danielle Evans netting twice in reply.
Preston North End meanwhile continued their improving form with a 4-0 success at Middlesbrough. Melissa Ball netted a double and she was joined on the scoresheet by Holly Rawcliffe and Natasha Charlesworth.
Becki Knight led the scoring with a hat-trick as Copsewood (Coventry) defeated Gosport Borough 8-0. Leah Williams weighed in with two and there was one apiece from Natalie Dean, Sarah Rowles and Abiyola Riley.
Chester-le-Street progressed smoothly with a 6-0 victory over Curzon Ashton in which Nichole Harvey scored twice along with Laura Darmody, Rebecca Hopkins, Rae Taylor and an own goal.
It was a successful long trip for Southampton Saints up to Leeds Ladies as they returned with a 4-2 extra time win under their belts. Substitute Emma Whitlock netted both goals for the Saints during the extra period to add to earlier strikes from Kerri Why and Rebecca Bath, with Carey Huegett hitting a double for the home side.
Swindon Town were also 4-2 winners away to Crystal Palace. Beth Thompson netted two first half goals for the Wiltshire side, either side of an equaliser from Roschelle Shakes, and despite Nicha Dyett levelling once again for Palace, Thompson completed her hat-trick and Megan Attenborough wrapped up the win.
Sheffield Utd Community edged out Bedford Ladies by the odd goal in seven. Rebecca Fairfax was on target twice for United along with Christina Skull and Samantha Woodham, with Bedford replying through Eden Washington (2) and Natasha Fensome.
Loughborough Students produced a fine result away to Midlands Division One leaders Rotherham Utd. Alice Kempski, Nikki Payne, Alice Thackray and an own goal saw the university side to a 4-0 victory.
Enfield Town eased through with a 5-0 win against Cheltenham Town. Two own goals boosted Enfield's tally on the day, adding to strikes from Beth Demery, Lizzie Kent and Sheryce Slater.
Leigh Dugmore scored twice and Kate Fellows the other as Leafield Athletic beat Solihull Ladies 3-2 in their Midlands derby tie, Hayley Wilford and Laura Hunter finding the net for Solihull.
The prolific Tash Knapman bagged a brace for Exeter City as they ran out 5-1 winners over St Nicholas. Helen Kukor, Chloe Williams and an own goal completed their tally while the visitors' consolation also came via an own goal.
Milton Keynes Dons complete the line up in the last sixteen after they won 2-0 away to Loughborough Foxes.
Northern Division One
Tranmere Rovers climbed into a mid-table position on the back of a 1-0 victory over Stockport County, thanks to a goal midway through the second half from Lynn Carter.
South East Division One
Cambridge Women caught up ground on the top three with a 2-1 win against Denham Utd. Laura Mills and Laura Bright were on target for Cambridge with Denham's reply coming from Kim Pendred.
The league table has been re-calculated following the withdrawal of Ebbsfleet Utd this week.
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