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Boco head Cup shocks
 Women's Football News 23 Sep 2015
Boco head Cup shocks - 23 Sep 2015 - Women's Football NewsAEK Boco led the surprises in the Second Round Qualifying with a 2-1 win away to South West League leaders Frome Town. 
Courtney Smith and Jade Cook scored the goals for the Gloucestershire side who have been rewarded with a plum home tie against Premier League side Shanklin.
Last season, Eastbourne Town had a fine Cup run which included a victory over Queen's Park Rangers but this time around they were on the receiving end of a shock themselves, beaten 4-0 by Long Lane. Ellie Beere scored a hat-trick and Megan Burrows the other for Long Lane who will be hosting Swindon Town in the next round.
Rachel Cossey, Amber Cantwell and Laura Wiseman were all on target as Wymondham Town ousted Moulton Ladies with a 3-0 victory and the Norfolk League side also have Premier League opponents in the shape of Cambridge Utd.
Hampton & Richmond Borough were another County League side to create a surprise in beating Oxford City 1-0, thanks to a Katie Foster goal, and their next opponents will be Peterborough Northern Star.
Surrey Eagles made it five County League teams to make it through, thanks to a 2-1 win away to Bexhill Utd. Ellie Crabb and Faye Hayden netted the goals for the Greater London League side who must now go to St Nicholas.
Sarah Walker scored twice and Sarah Lawson the other for Blackburn Community as they came through an awkward tie away to Chorltonians with a 3-1 victory to book a home tie with Wigan Athletic, 2-0 winners at Bolton Wanderers.
Whitley Bay narrowly beat York City 4-3 after extra time. Katie Luther scored twice along with Alice Teasdale and Hannah Marshall to settle a thrilling tie. Whitley now host Westella & Willerby who scored nine times without reply away to North Ferriby Utd. Amy Ward scored four times and Lauran Holmes added a brace, with Amy Thompson, Becky Walker and Becky Jones also on target.
Lowick Utd ran out 4-0 winners over Tynedale to book themselves a trip to Middlesbrough. Kirstie Tang was on target twice for Lowick along with Amy Hately and Jodie Robinson.
Danni Gibson hit a hat-trick and Rachel Carney added the other as Woolton Ladies kept up their good Cup run by beating Mersey Girls 4-2. Their next opponents will be Boldon who won 5-0 against Prudhoe Town, Ally Ferris scoring twice along with Jade Murray, Alex Ross and Kay Mills.
Accrington Girls & Ladies won 3-1 against CMB Ladies and they now make the trip to Chester-le-Street after goals from Becky McEwan, Kerry Bamford and Leah Embley.
Penrith AFC emerged as 4-3 winners from a penalty shootout with Burnley Girls & Ladies after the sides had battled out a 3-3 draw. Nat Broad hit a hat-trick for Penrith before Hannah Coulthard, Chez Brierley, Heather Fawkes and Keeley Holliday all found the net from the spot to secure the Cumbria side an away tie at Mossley Hill.
Brighouse Town were the victors from the local derby tie with Brighouse Athletic, winning 4-0. Amy Hesselden netted twice along with Rachael White and Louise Wardman for a victory in which Kayleigh Bamforth was player of the match. Town now host Winterton Rangers, 3-1 winners over Bradford Park Avenue.
Hartlepool Utd won 2-1 against Redcar Town and must now make the long trip to play Blackpool Wren Rovers after goals from Jo Hurrell and Hannah Lambert gave them victory. Long Eaton Utd defeated Rise Park 5-0 and will be away to Rotherham Utd. Precious Hamilton and Michelle Kilmarton were on target twice along with Leah Kellogg.
Laura Morris scored a hat-trick and Emily Ridge the other two as The New Saints won 5-1 against Bilbrook to set up an intriguing tie with Leafield Athletic. Lye Town scored seven without reply against Coleshill Town and now face Nettleham, who were 3-1 winners away to AFC Leicester.
Megan Simmons was on target for Handsworth as they won 1-0 at Sheffield Utd Community to book themselves an away tie with Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Codi Melia scored a hat-trick and Lauren Turner was also on target for Oughtibridge as they recorded a fine 4-1 victory over Sheffield Wednesday and they now travel to Radcliffe Olympic.
Demi Croxall netted a brace and Laura Sears the other as Burton Albion defeated Stourbridge 3-0 to set up a home tie with Ruddington Village, who won 8-3 against Arnold Town. Faye Brown scored a hat-trick for Ruddington, Jenna Yates and Abbey Gimson each added two and Holly Brindley completed the tally.
The other tie to go all the way to penalties was at Wyrley Ladies and it was visitors Stone Dominoes who triumphed following a 2-2 draw. Julia Kendrick and Hannah Perry scored for Stone during open play whilst Kerry McCourt, Lydia Bennion and Nat Price all netted from the spot. Stone will play Kettering Town who were 5-0 winners over Sandy Ladies.
Coventry Development beat Bedworth Utd 3-2 thanks to two Megan White goals and Ashleigh Simms. Their next opponents will be Shrewsbury Town, for whom Alex Morris had a great day by scoring all four goals as they won 4-1 away to Stockingford AA Pavilion.
Marlow stormed to a 7-3 success away to Wargrave Ladies and they now face a long trip to Norwich City. Abi Canvin led the scoring with a hat-trick, Louise Ekins added two and there was one apiece from Samantha Jackson and Tracey Corkett. Meanwhile Annie Hewitt scored twice and Rosie Watts the other as Wealdstone defeated Newbury Ladies 3-1 to set up a home tie with Bedford Ladies.
Katherine Foy scored the only goal of the game during the first half as Sawbridgeworth Town surprised AFC Sudbury 1-0 and they have been rewarded with a plum home tie against Ipswich Town.
Acle Utd are now away to Luton Town after recording the biggest win of the round, 11-1 against Newmarket Town. Joanne Hooper led the scoring with a four-goal haul while Kelly Gray and Rose Glendinning each weighed in with a hat-trick, Luka Goodfield adding the other goal. Stephanie Cooper and an own goal meanwhile ensured that Haringey Borough won 2-0 at Royston Town and they must go to Enfield Town.
Sophie Le Marchand scored both goals as Leyton Orient beat Stevenage Ladies 2-0 (see match report) and their next opponents will be Great Shelford, 2-1 extra time winners away to Northampton Town thanks to Rachel Pearce and Natalie Shenton.
Great Wakering Rovers won 5-1 at Bury Town, goals coming from Georgia Holdaway (2), Rebecca Dalgarno, Natalie Woodhouse and Helen Clifford, and they have landed a home tie with Milton Keynes Dons.
Georgia Box and Chelsea Forde each scored twice along with Alex Brewis-Shephard as Colchester Town defeated Silver End 5-0. They will now host Hemel Hempstead Town who won 4-2 against Colney Heath, Natasha McConville hitting a hat-trick and Suzanne Read the other.
Riverside LFC beat Daventry Town 4-2 and they now host Denham Utd. Annie Posnett netted two of the goals and Riverside's other markswomen were Lianna Bell and Brandi Davies.
Queen's Park Rangers Girls ended the Cup hopes of Woodley Utd by beating them 4-0. Georgia Allen netted twice for Rangers, who are now at home to Lowestoft Town, with Chloe Sampson and Erin Pope also on the scoresheet.
Southampton Women won 4-0 against Wimborne Town, courtesy of a goal apiece from Sheree Bell-Jack, Kellie Warren, Sarah Bradshaw and Darcey Read. They now host London Corinthians who were 6-0 winners away to Ashford Girls, Holly Ryde hitting a hat-trick with further strikes from Megan Mansfield, Isabelle Michalalski and Hannah Titchener.
Team Solent notched up a 7-0 victory over Fleet Town in which Natasha Kenny bagged a hat-trick. Elizebeth Stanley with Phillipa Horden and Emma Pinner adding the others for Solent who have been handed a tough draw with a trip to Crystal Palace.
AFC Wimbledon scored ten without reply past Abbey Rangers and now make the trip to Gillingham. Kelly-Jade Whelan and Sian Wylie each had a good day for the Dons as they scored four apiece, with Emma Keady adding the other two goals.
Polly Wardle hit a hat-trick and Sarah Gregory was also on target as Bristol Ladies Union maintained their run with a 4-2 victory over Middlezoy Rovers. They will now meet Herne Bay, who beat Eastbourne Ladies 2-0 thanks to Debbie Blackmore and Carly Farrow.
Basingstoke Town progressed as they won 4-0 away to Downend Flyers, Lindsey Beverley scoring twice along with Lianne Hill and Katie Randell. The Southern Region League side will now take on Fulham FC Foundation, 2-1 winners over Carshalton Athletic with goals from Jade Pilley and Verity Snow.
Crawley Wasps defeated Dartford Royals 6-0 and they will now host Old Actonians. Rebecca Carter led the scoring with a hat-trick, Toni Smith added two and Harriet Minihane was also on target.
Brislington won 6-2 against Keynsham Town Development and they are home again in the next round to Maidenhead Utd. Kim Maggs netted two of the goals and there was one apiece from Zoe Gunter, Sophie Whelan, Hollie Hodgson-Heatherson and Chloe Rogers but Brislington were also grateful to goalkeeper Tallulah Wheeler who made two vital saves at a crucial time during the match. 
Photo - Downend Flyers defender Lynsey Crewe is challenged by Michelle Kimber of Basingstoke Town.

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