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Warrington Wolverines entered the SSE Women's FA Cup for the first time this season and seem determined to stay there, having reached the Fourth Round Qualifying at the first attempt.
On Sunday, the North West League side face their toughest test so far as they travel to play Liverpool Marshalls Feds of the Premier League, but they will go into the match in high spirits.
"The FA Cup is a really special competition and we have really enjoyed being involved this year for the first time," Warrington manager Paul Kelsall told Women's Soccer Scene. "We might be playing a team in this round that are from a higher division, but we will be giving everything to go into the game to cause an upset. We would like the adventure to continue."
Captain Helen Dobson added: "We are very excited to be competing in the FA Cup for the first time ever since we established. The team is looking forward to building on our last few results and are relishing the challenge against a very good opposition who are in a higher league than us. These may even be the highest ranked team we have come opposed to so far!
"We have come up against higher ranked opposition in the past such as Tranmere Rovers, who we knocked out of the County Cup in the semi finals last year, and Blackpool Ladies who we also knocked out of the cup, the Argyle Cup, so we know we can cause an upset as an underdog.
"The girls are great friends on and off the pitch so we try to use our spirit and togetherness to our advantage in each game...let's hope we can put on a great performance this Sunday too!"
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