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Brighouse derby on way
 Women's Football News 11 Sep 2015
 
Brighouse is set for a local derby tie in the Second Round Qualifying of the SSE Women's FA Cup after Brighouse Town and Brighouse Athletic both recorded victories to set up a tie against each other. 
 
Rachael White and Jordan Allison scored two goals apiece as Town defeated Ossett Albion 4-1 whilst Athletic claimed a fine 3-0 win away to Wakefield thanks to Charlotte Reid's double and Ashley Butler.
 
Amy Hately and Georgia Latto were on target for Lowick Utd as they won 2-0 away to Birtley Town and this means they will be at home to Tynedale. Redcar Town enjoyed a smooth passage with a 7-0 win away to Cleveland Ladies, Beth Enderwick scoring four times along with Gabrielle Wordsworth, Paula Lowe and Kirsty Lynch to earn their side a trip to Seaton Carew, who edged out Ashington 3-2.
 
Whitley Bay netted nine times without reply against Gateshead Rutherford Ravens. Stacy Crooks bagged a four-goal haul and Steph Ord contributed a hat-trick, with Zoe Hornby and Sarah Bennett rounding off the scoring. Whitley host York City in an intriguing Second Round Qualifying tie, York beating Cramlington Utd 7-0. Rebecca Dawson hit a hat-trick along with Josie Hewson, Nat Eustance, Jazz Whitwell and Sara Renfrew.
 
Penrith AFC saw off the challenge of Middleton Athletic with a 3-0 victory, thanks to Nat Broad (2) and Sarah Smith. This earns Penrith a plum home tie against Burnley Girls & Ladies, who were given a hard game by Carlisle Utd before making it through as 3-1 winners, goals coming from Becky Hayton, Sarah Greenhalgh and Jo Rohman.
 
Kim Brown scored twice and she was joined on the scoresheet by Lucy Darbyshire and Sophie Bell as Sheffield Utd Community won 4-2 against Harrogate Railway to book a home tie with Handsworth. Bex Shaw and Lauren Turner were the markswomen as Oughtibridge defeated Farsley Celtic 2-1 to set up a tough tie with Sheffield Wednesday.
 
Two goals from Alex McNeive earned Winterton Rangers a 2-0 victory over Wetherby Athletic and a home tie against Bradford Park Avenue, meanwhile Blackburn Community edged past City of Manchester to set up a trip to Chorltonians who had a good 2-1 extra time victory at Curzon Ashton.
 
Mel Darby had a great day in front of goal, scoring four times as CMB Ladies ran out 5-1 winners over Merseyrail Bootle. Sam Parish netted the other for CMB who are away to Accrington Girls & Ladies, 3-0 victors at AFC Urmston Meadowside. Charlotte Ross was another four-goal scorer, for Wigan Athletic in their 7-0 victory against Chester City. Ashley Taylor, Susan Doak and Katie Hall completed the tally for Wigan who now travel to Bolton Wanderers, 2-1 winners over Crewe Alexandra.
 
Woolton Ladies stormed through with an excellent 6-0 victory over Blackpool. This earns them a home tie with Mersey Girls who made the long trip back from Workington Reds with a narrow 2-1 win under their belts.
 
Only one of the matches went all the way to penalties on Sunday; this was at Rise Park where the home side won their shootout against Mansfield Hosiery Mills after the sides had fought out a 2-2 draw. Lisa Jones and Rachel Rhule scored during open play with Vicky Belshaw, Georgie Herring, Jess Waplington and Jones all finding the net from the spot, while Claire Wilmott saved a Mansfield penalty. Rise Park go to Long Eaton Utd who had a much smoother passage, beating Oadby & Wigston 7-1.
 
Arnold Town left it very late to record a 2-1 win over Dronfield Town. Molly Parker gave Arnold an early lead which was cancelled out by Rebecca Hill, before Jenny Lorimer settled matters in Arnold's favour deep into injury time with the last kick of the game. Arnold must travel to Ruddington Village who beat Sleaford Town 6-2. Jenna Yates and Faye Brown each scored twice for Ruddington along with Anji Cooper and Holly Brindley.
 
Charlotte Cooper and Connie Ingall netted the goals as AFC Leicester claimed a 2-1 win away to Teversal and this lands them with a tough home tie against Nettleham, who eased past Desford with a 6-0 victory.
 
TNS Ladies had a great Cup run last season and they have started off well this time around, goals from Stacey Garnham, Emily Ridge and Laura Morris seeing them to a 3-0 win at Knowle. Their next opponents will be Bilbrook who moved into the next round by beating Rubery Ladies 3-1. Sian Rowles gave Bilbrook a first half lead from the penalty spot and they went on to seal the win after the break with two further strikes from Lyndsey Josephs.
 
Stone Dominoes were 5-1 winners over Malvern Town, Haley Mason giving them the lead with Mollie Prime adding the other four goals. Stone are now away to Wyrley Ladies. Coleshill Town got past Bradwell Belles with a 3-1 victory, given to them by Mya Wyatt, Becky Parsons and Niamh Deasy. This earns them a trip to Lye Town who defeated Leek Town 4-2.
 
Stourbridge made their first venture into the competition and it was a successful one, winning 6-1 against Leek CSOB. Georgia Harris hit a hat-trick with Erin Hicken (2) and Sarah Lojko also on target for the Glassgirls who now face a tough trip to Burton Albion, who were 4-3 winners over Crusaders thanks to an Abbie Taylor hat-trick and Ellie Evans. Dani Smith netted two along with Tania Prior and Emma Higgs for Shrewsbury Town in their 4-1 success at Coundon Court, to earn themselves an away tie at Stockingford AA Pavilion.
 
Kettering Town swept into the next round on the back of a 5-0 win over Rothwell Corinthians, which means they will be at home to Sandy Ladies. Great Shelford meanwhile defeated March Town Utd 6-1, Samara Nchz netting twice along with Rachel Pearce, Natalie Shenton, Alison Wright and Cindy Ponder to secure an away tie with Northampton Town, 2-1 winners over Milton Ladies.
 
Joanne Hooper was on target four times, Jenna Thurtle added a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Alice Ladbrooke and Kate Pasque as Acle Utd netted nine without reply at Huntingdon Town and they will be at home to Newmarket Town. Georgia Holdaway (2), Natalie Woodhouse and Elisha Turner-Powell all scored for Great Wakering Rovers in their 4-0 success at Brentwood Town and they will be away to Bury Town, 5-2 winners at Brandon Town thanks to a Mikaela Tolbert brace, Helen Cryer, Gabrielle Whitehurst and Shelby Beveridge.
 
Haringey Borough netted six times without reply past Leverstock Green, Anele Komani scoring twice along with Rianna Davis, Klesha Darroux, Morgan Lundberg and Jaidene Browne and they will now play Royston Town, who also won 6-0 against Sherrardswood. Samantha Tinsley hit a hat-trick for Royston and there was one apiece from Amy Cooper, Daniella Lewis and Sophie Hart.
 
Donna McGuigan (2), Amy Josland, Hannah Marshall and Nicole Perschsky scored the goals for Stevenage Ladies in their 5-3 win away to Hoddesdon Owls and next up for Josie North's side are Leyton Orient, 3-1 victors at AFC Dunstable courtesy of a Laura Derlacki brace and Ellie Davies. AFC Sudbury raced to an 8-2 win over West Billericay and will be away to Sawbridgeworth Town, Sasha Diston and Kayleigh Steed each bagging braces along with Charlotte Churchman, Sophie Jeffery, Charlene Roach and Rebecca Thrower.
 
Kirsty Feasey grabbed both goals for Colney Heath in their 2-1 success away to Garston which means they will travel to Hemel Hempstead Town. Riverside LFC face Daventry Town after beating Fulbourn Institute 4-0 and Moulton Ladies won 3-2 against Netherton Utd to book a home tie with Wymondham Town, who defeated Roade Ladies 6-2.
 
Kelly-Jade Whelan netted a four-goal haul, Zoe Clifford contributed a brace and there was one apiece from Jess Trimnell, Linsey Clarke and Emma Keady as AFC Wimbledon beat Regents Park Rangers 9-0. The Dons are at home to Abbey Rangers who went one better by beating Worthing Town 10-1. Rachel Johnson bagged six goals for Rangers and there were doubles from Annabelle D'arcy and Stephanie Sale.
 
The largest win of the day went to Carshalton Athletic who scored fifteen times against Barming. Laura Curtis was on target seven times, Beth Roche struck a hat-trick and the tally was completed by Janaya Spiteri (2), Ella Bale, Joanna Goodwin and Emily Curtis. Carshalton are now away to Fulham FC Foundation. Laura Bolton (2) and Chantelle Hanson ensured that Bexhill Utd won 3-1 at Cowfold and they will host Surrey Eagles.
 
A Victoria Holness double gave Herne Bay a 2-0 win against Burgess Hill Town and they will be at home to Eastbourne Ladies, who picked up a fine 3-1 victory away to Aylesford in which Shantelle Omar netted two and Leanne Strudwick was also on the scoresheet. Isabelle Michalalski scored twice and Holly Ryde the other as London Corinthians defeated Parkwood Rangers 3-0 and they must travel to Ashford Girls, 2-1 winners over Hassocks thanks to Abigail Ingram and Karis Howard. Crawley Wasps meanwhile will travel to Dartford Royals after beating Rottingdean Village 8-1.
 
There was an extraordinary scoreline at Hampton & Richmond Borough where the home side beat Bracknell Town 11-5. Katie Foster netted five times for Hampton, who now play Oxford City, Bianca Underhill scored a hat-trick and the total was rounded off by Zoe Dawson, Alanna Rudd and Rebecca Tansey. Wealdstone won a tightly contested tie 3-2 against Banbury Utd after extra time, goals from Rebecca Mills, Rosie Watts and Danielle Forde earning their side a home tie with Newbury Ladies.
 
Long Lane will host Eastbourne Town after beating Margate 6-2 and Wargrave Ladies were 3-1 winners over Headington Ladies. Courtney Hunt, Jodie Penny and Tessa Brown scored the goals to set Wargrave up with a home tie against Marlow, who defeated Ascot Utd 6-2 with strikes from Abi Canvin (2), Tracy Corkett (2), Samantha Jackson and Natalie Barette.
 
A goal in each half from Jess Grimmett and Ellen Surtess gave Woodley Utd a 2-0 victory over Brentford and a meeting with Queen's Park Rangers Girls. Jennie McGill scored a hat-trick, with two each from Laura Gilbank and Karleen Hellard, as Southampton Women won 7-2 against Winchester City Flyers and they will face Wimborne Town, who defeated Pen Mill 8-0 with Liegh Bartlett on target four times while Caitlin Steele, Kerry Shiers, Lucy Cuff and an own goal completed the tally (see match report).
 
Downend Flyers won 5-1 against Royal Wootton Bassett Town and they will be at home to Basingstoke Town, who beat Cheltenham Civil Service 3-1 thanks to Charlie Fry, Josette Pearmine and Katie Randell.
 
Polly Wardle scored a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Sarah Gregory (2), Cheryl Baber and Chelsea Heal as Bristol Ladies Union defeated Ilminster Town 7-1 and they will face Middlezoy Rovers in the next round. Hollie Hodgson and Kim Maggs were on target for Brislington in their 2-0 success at Torquay Utd, which clinches a home tie with Keynsham Town Development.

 
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