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Hull City have made it through to the First Round proper of the FA Women's Cup for the second year running.
They beat Premier League opponents Chester-le-Street 4-1 to get them into the proper rounds and are looking to go even further this year, but it will be a very tough test against high fliers Mossley Hill, who are in the league above.
Hull manager Rachel Gay said: "We really enjoy playing in the FA Cup as it tests us against higher league opposition. Last year we just missed out on the second round by a late goal away at Blackpool, we actually dominated that game too so it was really disappointing. Having a home tie is an added bonus for us, and we are hoping that we will get a lot of support down.
"We are playing some really good football at the moment and after a shaky start, we have gone on a run of winning our last eleven games to bring us to second in the league with games in hand over the league leaders.
"The FA Cup is a prestigious competition to play in and the players are very excited about Sundays game. It's good to be the underdogs as there is no expectations or real pressure on us, we can just got out there and enjoy the occasion, but we will certainly be going all out to get into the hat for the Second Round, which would be for the first time in the club's history."
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