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Ashleigh Neville led the scoring with a brace of goals as Coventry Utd won 5-0 away to Maidenhead Utd to progess in the Premier League Plate.
Helen Dermody, Dani Selmes and Jade Brook were also on target for the Southern Division side.
Lewes came through an awkward tie away to Bedford Ladies with a 3-0 victory. Julia Louis-Joseph ensured that the Rookettes led the only goal at half time and they went on to wrap up the win with strikes in the last ten minutes from Danielle Lane and Emma Plewa.
Five different players were on the scoresheet as Newcastle Utd ran out 7-2 winners against Peterborough Northern Star. Emma Hewitt and Dannika Purdham each scored twice for the Magpies, with one apiece from Elizabeth Fraser, Jessica Havelock and Ellen Turnbull.
One tie went all the way to a penalty shootout, Denham Utd emerging as winners over Milton Keynes Dons after the sides had shared a 2-2. Leah Cudone gave the Dons an early lead and Charley Wright added a second ahead of half time, before Denham staged a second half fightback with Helen Capewell and Lauren Cox levelling the scores. Extra time could not provide a winner and the shootout went to sudden death, Elizabeth Rose saving two Dons penalties before Capewell slotted home the winning kick for Denham.
The top two in South West Division One clashed in Cup action and it was Swindon Town who were emphatic 5-0 winners over Larkhall Athletic. Abby Picton and Megan Attenborough netted two goals apiece for the Wiltshire side and Beth Westlake was also on target.
Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies produced a fine result in beating Leeds Ladies 4-0. The majority of the damage was done in the first half with Gemma Mooney, Annie Pritchard and Natalie Courtney ensuring they led by three goals going into the interval, before Pritchard scored her second on the hour mark.
Chorley went one better as they defeated Steel City Wanderers 5-0, courtesy of braces from Rachel Wood and Charlotte Higginson with Ruth Harrison adding the other goal.
Two of the high fliers in South East Division One met each other and it was leaders Crystal Palace who ran out 5-0 winners over Luton Town. Roschelle Shakes and Mary Robinson netted two apiece for Palace, with Nicha Dyett completing their tally.
Gillingham returned home from Southampton Saints with a 3-2 win under their belts. Madison North scored twice and Lydia Wills the other as the Gills raced into a three-goal lead at half time but they needed to withstand a second half fightback from the Saints, Carla Perkins and Jessica Lewry reducing the arrears but they could not force home a third and Gillingham go through.
Liverpool Marshalls Feds ended the Cup hopes of Solihull Ladies with a 3-0 victory. Amy Seagraves scored a goal each half for the Feds, whose other markswoman was Roisin Havelin.
Norwich City made a long journey to Devon to take on Exeter City but it turned out to be a winning one for the Canaries. After Emma Allsopp had given them a fifth minute lead, Vicky Barter equalised for Exeter but with five minutes left, Abigail Gower struck to give Norwich a 2-1 victory.
Keynsham Town avenged their league defeat to Cheltenham Town by winning their Cup meeting 4-0. In the second of three successive meetings with the Gloucestershire side, Justine Lorton-Radburn bagged a hat-trick for Keynsham and Leanne Lapham was also on target.
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