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Tynedale surprise Crewe in Cup
 Women's Football News 13 Nov 2016
 
Tynedale led the surprises in the SSE Women's FA Cup Fourth Round Qualifying with a 2-1 win against Crewe Alexandra. 
 
The North East League side took a two-goal lead with strikes from Christine Murray and Vicky Mudd and although Beth Ragdale pulled one back for Crewe late on, Dale held on for a memorable victory against Premier League opponents.
 
Southampton Women were the other side to eliminate a Premier League team when they defeated Shanklin 3-0. All of Southampton's goals came during the first half, Kelly Warren scoring twice to add to Sheree Bell-Jack's earlier strike.
 
The Greater London League is still continuing to produce excellent results and this includes a 4-2 success for Regents Park Rangers away to Chesham Utd. Natalia Mann was on target twice for Rangers and there was one apiece from Fiona Carter and Natasha Daly.
 
Hemel Hempstead Town also kept up their fine Cup form with a 2-0 victory over AFC Dunstable, given to them by Tara Hancock and Charlene Turturici (see match report).
 
The other Greater London League team which went into the Fourth Round Qualifying saw their hopes bite the dust as they were beaten 6-1 by Milton Keynes Dons. Heather McDonnell netted twice for the Dons and also on target were Leah Cudone, Kerry Newman, Rebecca Vass and Charly Wright.
 
Liverpool Marshalls Feds ended the fine Cup run of Warrington Wolverines by beating them 7-1. Carine Mendes netted a goal in each half for the Northern Division One side whose others came from Chantelle Thompson, Amy Seagraves, Emily Rizzotti and Abby Pope plus an own goal.
 
For the second week running, Wolverhampton Wanderers went to extra time in a cup tie but this time ended up on the winning side, beating Sporting Khalsa 4-2 in their local derby tie. Natalie Widdal gave Wolves the lead on the stroke of half time but second half strikes from Jodie Bragan and Lauren Walker looked to have put Khalsa through until Amber Quick equalised in injury time. During the extra period, Laura McQuilkin and Vicky Brackenbury both scored to finally tip the match in Wolves' favour.
 
Sheffield Utd meanwhile saw off the challenge of Merseyrail Bootle by beating them 3-1, goals coming from Rachel Ruddach, Sophie Bell and Tania Marsden.
 
Brighouse Town ran out 5-0 winners over Blackpool Wren Rovers, Jodie Redgrave hitting a hat-trick with Emma Dobson and Danielle Brown adding the other goals.
 
Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies came away from TNS Ladies with a 5-2 win under their belts. Justine Buckmire hit a second half hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Leah Seivwright and Emily Painter.
 
Norton & Stockton Ancients kept up their winning start to the success by beating Penrith AFC 4-0. The home side had enjoyed a very good Cup run but goals from Nyci Thorns (2), Chelsea Beetch and Vicki Hutchison see Norton go through to the First Round.
 
Guiseley Vixens safely negotiated an awkward tie against Nettleham with a 7-1 victory. Olivia Dacosta was on target twice along with Olivia Thackray, Elizabeth White, Eleanor Hall, Sarah Danby and Natalie Brace with Holly Newman netting a consolation for Nettleham.
 
Another team to make it through a difficult tie were Solihull Ladies, who defeated Burton Albion 3-0. Despite brave resistance from the West Midlands League leaders, Carly Davies netted a goal in each half and Carly Brown was also on target.
 
Sheffield Wednesday kept up their good form with another away victory, this time making the long journey home from Wallsend Boys Club with a 2-1 win under their belts. Chantelle Rymer scored both goals for Wednesday, with Michaela McHugh on target for Wallsend.
 
Accrington Girls & Ladies recorded one of the best results in the previous round but on this occasion, they were beaten 7-1 by Hartlepool Utd who go through to this stage for the first time. Jessica Dawson led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Caitlin Bates contributed a double and Joanne Hurrell added the other goal from the penalty spot.
 
Long Eaton Utd are hopeful of keeping up their Cup exploits of last year and they are into the First Round once against after they also won 7-1 against Coventry Development. Cara Newton scored a hat-trick, Precious Hamilton added two and there was one apiece from Alena Moulton and Leah Kellogg with Hayley Griffiths replying.
 
Hull City meanwhile netted six times without reply past Leeds Ladies in their meeting. Becky Beech hit a hat-trick, Katie Thompson weighed in with a brace and Ellie Harding was also on target.
 
Gornal Ladies' Cup run has come to an end after they were beaten 8-0 by Radcliffe Olympic.
 
Laura Low scored either side of half time to add to further strikes from Sian Wylie and Yasmin Poole as AFC Wimbledon progressed with a 4-2 victory over Denham Utd.
 
Leicester City Women Development emerged as winners from a closely fought tie against Leek Town, beating their West Midlands League opponents 2-1 after extra time.
 
Acle Utd are enjoying their best ever run in the competition and it will continue for at least one more round after they defeated Brentwood Town 3-0. Anna Larkins, Jody Wells and an own goal saw Acle to victory.
 
Peterborough Northern Star meanwhile were also 3-0 winners away to Kettering Town, courtesy of a goal apiece from Cassie Steward, Vicky Lines and Katie Steward.
 
Gillingham ended the hopes of Aylesford with a 7-0 victory. Emma Tune and Fliss Gibbons were each on target twice for the Gills along with Lauren Williams, Lydia Wills and April Bowers.
 
Dawn Mallett, Laura Mills and Danielle Puddefoot were all on the scoresheet as Cambridge Utd booked their First Round place with a 3-0 win against Stevenage Ladies.
 
Leyton Orient produced another victory, winning 3-1 against Cambridge City with goals from Ellie Davies, Sophie Le Marchand and Belen Ripoli Douton.
 
Luton Town had drawn a difficult tie at home to Oxford City but progressed safely with a 6-1 victory. Rebecca Wilson-Kane netted two of the goals and there was one apiece from Zara Carroll, Nicola Henman, Shanice Jimenez and Joanne Rutherford.
 
Brislington powered past Poole Town with an eight-goal victory to take them to the First Round stage for only the second time. Amy Jefferies and Kim Maggs each scored twice and they were joined on the scoresheet by Zoe Gunter, Chelsea Heal, Shannon Osman and Polly Wardle.
 
Larkhall Athletic swept through with an 8-1 victory over Newbury Ladies in which Kate German netted a hat-trick, with the other goals coming from Carly Bryant, Michelle Munro, Lydia Britt, Lizzie Barratt and Adele Hooper.
 
Southampton Saints recorded the largest win on the day when they scored ten times without reply against Exeter City. Becki Bath led the goal spree by finding the net five times, with the tally being completed by Nicole Matthews, Emma Whitlock, Krystal Whyte, Alisha Buckingham and an own goal.
 
The other three ties all fell victim to the weather and are scheduled to be played next Sunday.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 
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