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West Ham Utd's first match under new manager Greg De Carnys turned out to be a winning one, 2-1 away to Cheltenham Town in the Premier League Plate.
In a well contested game, Katie Bottom's penalty gave the Hammers a first half lead and although Louise Fensome equalised for Cheltenham after the break, Chloe Burr scored to see West Ham progress into the last sixteen.
Queen's Park Rangers made sure their trip to Lowestoft Town was a successful one as they returned with a 4-2 victory. Juliette Denny netted twice for Rangers along with Jessica Treharne and Sara Ezzahiri, while Gemma Moore and Millie Cursons replied for the home side.
Chorley's journey to Morecambe was much shorter but just as fruitful, recording a 5-0 victory over their Lancashire rivals. Melissa Ball led the scoring for Chorley with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Vicky Coope and Sophie Williams.
Southampton Saints and Keynsham Town produced another close match in their tie, with Keynsham this time taking the honours and a 3-2 win. Southampton had raced into a two-goal lead during the first half, thanks to Nicole Matthews and Emma Eldridge, but Keynsham fought back after the break with Geovana Alves and Justine Lorton-Radburn levelling up the scores, before Yasmin Pratt grabbed a late winner.
Radcliffe Olympic edged into the last sixteen by winning 1-0 away to Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies, Danni Saulter netting the only goal of the game.
Actonians Ladies also advanced to the next stage as they scored six times without reply past Ipswich Town. Alessandra Barreca bagged a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Emma Mulhern, Carla Williams and Sinthujah Sooriyakumar.
Stevenage Ladies put their league form behind them to run out 4-0 winners away to Exeter City, to book their place in the last sixteen.
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