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Hemel Hempstead caused perhaps the biggest surprise in the SSE Women's FA Cup Second Round Qualifying when beating Eastern Region League leaders Bedford Ladies 2-1.
Leah Haley and Natasha McConville scored the goals to give Hemel victory against a team two divisions higher in the pyramid. Hemel will be at home again in the next round - the stage when the lower division clubs in the Premier League enter the competition - to Herne Bay who emerged as winners from a penalty shootout after sharing a 1-1 draw with Parkwood Rangers, Sarah Holmes having scored their goal in open play.
Queen's Park Rangers Development were another County League team to knock out Regional League opposition when they defeated Wargrave Ladies 5-0. Melanie Hall hit a hat-trick with Paige Laider and Erin Pope adding the others to continue a great day for the Greater London League. Rangers must travel to Fulham FC Foundation who won 3-2 away to Long Lane, Alice Curr, Tamara Sidwell and Rachel Woodland were on the scoresheet.
Boldmere St Michaels made sure their journey to Rubery Ladies was a memorable one as they beat their higher league opponents 3-2 after extra time, thanks to a Tiara Hemans hat-trick. The Birmingham County Women's League side's reward is a home tie against Premier League Long Eaton Utd, who reached the Fourth Round last season.
Sarah Lojko netted both goals as Stourbridge Utd became another Birmingham League team to eliminate Regional League opposition when they defeated Stockingford AA Pavilion 2-1. The Glassgirls will now be up against Gornal Ladies from the same league, who duplicated the feat when they beat Crusaders on penalties following a 2-2 draw. Kirsty Dixon and Keisha Sasa scored the goals for Gornal but their heroine was goalkeeper Rachael Graham who saved a penalty during extra time and went on to score the winner herself in the shootout.
Market Warsop defeated AFC Leicester 5-1 and they will be up against Nettleham, who registered the biggest win of the round against Teversal.
Lynsey Wilkinson spearheaded Wallsend Boys Club's 5-2 win against Boldon CA Villa, Claire Bridgett and Jennifer Brennan adding the others. Their reward is a home tie against Wigan Athletic who notched up a fine 7-0 success away to Burnley Girls & Ladies.
Norton & Stockton Ancients netted seven times without reply against Carlisle Utd. Anna Mawston led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Sian Williams added two and Ellie Hamilton was also on target. Norton have been paired with FC United of Manchester who were 2-1 winners over Bolton Wanderers. Farsley Celtic ran out 7-0 winners over Wakefield and will host Merseyrail Bootle, who beat City of Manchester 4-1.
Penrith AFC were taken all the way by Bishop Auckland before going through with a 1-0 win. Sarah Smith scored the winning goal in the final minute of extra time to finally break the Durham Women's League side's resistance. A Leanne Anderson hat-trick meanwhile gave Boldon Ladies a 3-1 victory over Blyth Town Lions and Boldon will travel to Penrith in the next round.
Lincoln Moorlands Railway came through a penalty shootout against Dronfield Town after the teams had shared a 4-4 draw. they will now be at home to Warrington Wolverines who came away from Chorltonians with a 2-0 victory.
Justine Robinson was on target four times as Hartlepool Utd beat Prudhoe Town. Jessica Dawson bagged a hat-trick and the tally was completed by Sarah Bartlett and Casey Crossman. A close game was expected between Ossett Albion and Malet Lambert YC and that is how it turned out, Claudia Clearly scoring the only goal as Ossett won 1-0 and they will now make the long trip to Hartlepool.
Sheffield Wednesday progressed from a tricky tie against Brighouse Athletic with a 4-0 victory. Jade Rabjohn netted twice and there was one apiece from Kathryn Mudge and Michelle Wakelin. This lands Wednesday with a plum tie in the next round against local rivals Steel City Wanderers. Sheffield Utd Community meanwhile ran out 8-1 winners over Bradford Park Avenue to earn themselves a trip to Chester-le-Street Town.
South Shields and Cramlington Utd produced a tightly contested tie which finished 1-1 at the end of extra time, with South Shields going through via a penalty shootout and they now go to Hull City. Workington Reds edged out Birtley Town 2-1 and will play more North East League opposition in the form of Tynedale.
Accrington Girls & Ladies have a plum home tie against Tranmere Rovers following their 11-2 victory over Curzon Ashton. Stockport County will relish another crack at Premier League opposition after their 4-0 success away to CMB Ladies was rewarded with a home draw against Brighouse Town.
Wyrley Ladies emerged as 4-2 winners from an all-West Midlands League tie against Shrewsbury Town and they will host Radcliffe Olympic in the next round. Leamington Lions also roared through but only via a penalty shootout after sharing a 2-2 draw with Wolverhampton Sporting. Leamington will be at home again to Burton Albion, 3-1 winners over Lye Town.
Coundon Court earned themselves a tie with a Premier League side after scoring nine times without reply past Bilbrook; they travel to Sporting Khalsa whilst Arnold Town, who beat Rise Park on a penalty shootout following a goalless draw, must play Coventry Development, 3-0 winners at Coleshill Town.
Bedworth Utd eased through against Stone Dominoes with a 7-0 victory and this means they will play Leicester City Women Development who defeated Winterton Rangers 3-0. Shrewsbury Juniors won 5-1 at Bradwell Belles and have been rewarded with a home tie against TNS Ladies.
Oadby & Wigston were 2-0 winners over Roade Ladies and can now look forward to taking on Solihull Ladies in the next round. Leek Town meanwhile triumphed 2-1 away to Knowle and they are also up against a Premier League side in Loughborough Students.
Riverside LFC scored nine times without reply against Woodford Utd and this earns them a trip in the next round to Norwich City. Histon were 5-2 winners over Moulton Ladies, Sophie Hopkin netted twice along with Abigail Davies, Katie Saunders and Sophie Ugur for Histon whose next opponents are Peterborough Northern Star.
Northampton Town stormed to a 14-0 success away to Park Ladies and they now take on Cambridge City who, in contrast, defeated Peterborough Utd 1-0. Gemma Sanders and Laura Wiseman each scored twice along with Alice Collins, Bethany Fretwell and Kayleigh Holloway as Wymondham Town won 7-2 away to Newmarket Town. Wymondham, who had a great Cup run last season, now go to Cambridge Utd.
AFC Sudbury came away from Colchester Town with a 3-0 win under their belts, Sasha Diston, Charlene Roach and Stacey Teager netting their goals. Sudbury will now be at home to Luton Town of the Premier League. Kettering Town meanwhile defeated Thrapston Town 4-0 to earn themselves a tie against Brandon Town of the Norfolk Women's League.
Bungay Town won an all-County League tie 3-1 against Bishop's Stortford Town and the Norfolk League side have a home tie with Acle Utd who defeated Netherton Utd 2-0, Anna Larkins and Kate Pasque were on target. AFC Dunstable ended the hopes of Sandy Ladies by beating them 8-0. Amber Pearson, Samaira Khan and Paige Kavanagh each scored twice along with Danielle Carty and Lori Wilson-Phillips. Dunstable now play Meridian of the South East Counties League, the Kent side having won 2-0 against Eastbourne Ladies.
Ciara Craig and Emma Hawkes scored the goals as Houghton Athletic beat Sherrardswood 2-1. The Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire League now face Brentwood Town who needed extra time before emerging as 2-1 winners over Little Thurrock Dynamos, thanks to goals from Ashley Debnam and Sophie Lovell.
Haringey Borough netted twelve times without reply past Chelmsford City to set themselves up with an intriguing tie against Chichester City. Anais Reynolds hit a hat-trick while Julia Carruthers, Klesha Darroux and Anele Komani added two apiece, with Naomi Graham, Roxanne Eshun and Shanice Nourrice completing the scoring. Crawley Wasps stormed to an 8-1 victory at Abbey Rangers. Danielle Boyd was on target four times, Roseanne Fine contributed a hat-trick and Holly Walker was also on target. They play Oxford City who were 4-2 extra time winners from a well contested tie with Marlow. April England netted two of the goals and there was one apiece from Rosie McCabe and Laura Allsop.
Newbury Ladies ended the chances of Chinnor by beating them 6-2. Amy McNab (2), Rebecca Walker (2), Kendall Gilmour and Ellemore Reed scored the goals. Newbury will face Hertford Town who were 3-0 winners over Garston. Leyton Orient kept up their great early season form with a 3-0 victory at Writtle. Hayley Barton, Lydia Cooper and Sophie Le Marchand all scored for the O's whose next opponents are Ascot Utd, they produced a fine result in beating Milton Keynes City 3-2, thanks to goals from Georgia Bowers, Lauren Broadhurst and Thea Taylor-Hindle.
Billericay Town came through an awkward tie away to Harlow Town with a 3-2 victory and this has earned them a meeting with Basingstoke Town. Cowfold meanwhile eased to a 5-1 success at Haywards Heath & Wivelsfield, this gives them a home tie with Aylesford. Zara Chapman (2) and Rebecca Barr were on the scoresheet for Aylesford as they won 3-1 away to Carshalton Athletic.
Chesham Utd safely negotiated a trip to Brentford with an 8-0 victory, which included a Katie Squire hat-trick. Dawne Campbell netted twice and the scoring was completed by Gemma Fraser, Natasha Smith and Chantelle O'Grady. The Clarets now take on London Corinthians who defeated Victoire Ladies 6-0. Katherine Long hit a hat-trick, Laura Susarta added two and Danielle Brown was also on target. Bexhill Utd returned from Margate with a 9-1 win and they will host AFC Wimbledon.
Paris Coldicott-Stevens, Grace Leslie and Samantha Tinsley ensured that Royston Town won 3-1 away to Colney Heath. Royston are now at home to Regents Park Rangers who came away from Burgess Hill Town with a 4-0 win, courtesy of a goal apiece from Nkiru Akpom, Tamara Ashaye, Lucy Goodwin and Alexandra Joannides.
Jane Yeates and Sheree Bell-Jack each scored hat-tricks as Southampton Women eased through with a 12-0 victory away to Bournemouth Sports. Laura Gilbank and Emma Pinner each added braces and there was one apiece from Shereen Cordy and Gemma Simmonds. Southampton are up against Fleet Town who were impressive 6-0 winners over Team Solent. Hayley Jordan and Kristina Wright each scored twice along with Joanne Harfield and Bwenti Magongo.
Poole Town came away from Warsash Wasps with a 2-1 victory under their belts, given to them by Samantha Gubb and Sacha Paynter. The Dorset side now host AEK Boco who were given a good game by Wootton Bassett Town before getting through with a 3-1 win after extra time, courtesy of a Courtney Smith brace and Jayde Cook.
llminster Town knocked out Middlezoy Rovers on penalties after the sides had shared a 2-2 draw. Shannon Crouch netted twice for Ilminster including their extra time strike which earns them a home tie with Plymouth Argyle. Downend Flyers ultimately proved too strong for Pen Mill, running out 7-1 winners. Amber Coates was on target four times along with Hayley Bullock, Kate Michael and Lucy Sharp. Downend's reward is a trip in the next round to Southampton Saints.
Substitute Katie Norman was the heroine for New Milton Town as she scored the only goal of the game to beat AFC Bournemouth 1-0 and they are now up against Exeter City (see match report).
Photo - Four-goal Downend Flyers striker Amber Coates take on Pen Mill goalkeeper Zoe Pilton.
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