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Redcar lead Cup surprises
 Women's Football FA Women's Cup News - 8 Sep 2017
The SSE Women's FA Cup got underway for another season on Sunday, with all bar one of the First Round Qualifying ties taking place.
Redcar Town were 2-1 winners away to Regional League side Workington Reds. Gabrielle Wordsworth and Kirsty Flynn scored the goals for Redcar who now travel to Alnwick Town, 3-2 victors over Washington Juniors after having been two behind at one stage.
Jess Hawkins, Kerri Mallinson and Gillian McGimpsey were on the scoresheet as Carlisle Utd beat Wallsend Boys Club 3-1 to book themselves a trip to Cramlington Utd. Bishop Auckland won 4-2 against Gateshead Leam Rangers and they now face South Shields, who notched up a 3-0 success at Blyth Lions thanks to a Paige Lester hat-trick.
Extra time was needed at Prudhoe Town where visitors St Cuthbert's Ladies ran out 5-2 winners to seal a tie at home to Hartlepool Utd. Penrith AFC defeated South Park Rangers 4-2 and now go to Norton & Stockton Ancients.
Farsley Celtic were 5-0 winners away to Ossett Albion and they travel again in the next round to Worksop Town. Sheffield Wednesday meanwhile booked themselves a trip to Altofts Ladies with a 2-1 success against Yorkshire Amateur, Emily Higgins and Brooke Marsden were on target.
Wakefield won a thrilling tie 5-4 after extra time against Malet Lambert YC, Katie Hawkshaw and Charlotte Parker each scoring twice along with Beth Walker. They are set to play Harworth Colliery whose tie with Dronfield Town was abandoned due to an injury with Harworth leading 5-0 at the time.
Blackpool scored fourteen times without reply past Nelson Ladies and their next opponents will be West Didsbury & Chorlton who edged out Warrington Wolverines 3-2. Merseyrail Bootle defeated Stockport County 4-2 to set up a meeting with Burnley Girls & Ladies.
Manchester Stingers won a well contested tie 2-1 against Blackburn Community and they now host MSB Woolton. Wigan Athletic scored seven times without reply past Accrington Girls & Ladies, they must play FC United of Manchester who defeated Altrincham 13-1.
Eastwood Ladies won 3-0 against Arnold Town and are up against Rise Park, winners of a high scoring affair, 7-3 over Teversal. Loughborough Students defeated Mansfield Town 4-2 and will face Lincoln Moorlands Railway who beat Cosby Utd by the odd goal in seven. Nettleham were 5-0 winners away to Market Warsop and are now away to Leicester City WFC Development.
Shrewsbury Town beat Wolverhampton Sporting 4-2, their next opponents will be Leek Town, 2-1 winners over Solihull Utd. Redditch Utd also won 2-1 against Stockingford AA Pavilion and must play Goldenhill Wanderers who triumphed 6-2 away to Coundon Court.
Leafield Athletic defeated Knowle 5-1 and play Lye Town, 3-0 winners away to Wyrley Ladies. Bedworth Utd were 4-0 victors at Sutton Coldfield Town and will be at home to Gornal Ladies.
Coventry Sphinx scored eight without reply at Solihull Sporting to book themselves a trip to Worcester Utd. Crusaders defeated Abbey Hulton Utd 6-2 and they now go to Brereton Town.
Newmarket Town won 4-2 against Histon and now host King's Lynn Town who were 3-1 winners away to Oadby & Wigston thanks to a Rebecca Russell double and Tiffany Forshaw. Megan Todd scored a hat-trick and Lauren Bullard the other for Acle Utd in their 4-1 victory over Thrapston Town and they now take on Riverside LFC, 2-1 victors against Corby Town.
Cambridge City beat Moulton Ladies 8-2 and will be at home to Kettering Town. Isabella Simmons and Carl Penny each netted twice along with Stacey Fullicks, Emily Reed, Megan Tonks and Hayley Turner. Peterborough Utd won 5-0 at March Town Utd to set up a local derby tie with Peterborough Northern Star.
Laura Wiseman netted twice, with one apiece from Nadine Basson and Alice Ladbrooke, as Wymondham Town won 4-0 at Sprowston and will play St Ives Town who beat Roade Ladies 1-0. Mia Etheridge, Sophie Jeffery, Megan Partridge and Stacey Teager were all on the scoresheet as AFC Sudbury triumphed 4-3 against Writtle and this books them a trip to Frontiers.
Harlow Town defeated Little Thurrock Dynamos 4-0 with goals from Nicole Learner, Frances Gamble, Abbey Dell and Chloe Bassett, they now face Bungay Town, 4-2 winners at Colchester Town. Brentwood Town won 6-0 against Corringham Cosmos, Rosi Webb hitting a hat-trick along with Leah Cowan, Georgia Holdaway and Holly Griffin and this sets up a meeting with Billericay Town who beat Chelmsford City 8-0 thanks to goals from Nicole Farmer (2), Lauren Knight (2), Paris Smith (2), Lindsey Morgan and Hayley Piggott.
Colney Heath triumphed 4-1 at Garston with strikes from Lucy Hancock, Samantha May, Holly Sheridan and Charis Wakefield. They will next meet Royston Town who won 7-0 against Watford Development, Gemma Croucher netting twice with Amy Cooper, Erin Davies, Hayley Graham, Becky Shephard and Sammy Tinsley. Bedford Ladies beat Milton Keynes City 4-2 after extra time, Natasha Fensome and Maya Sidhu each bagging doubles, and this earns them a trip to Hemel Hempstead Town.
AFC Dunstable ran out 5-0 winners over Houghton Athletic, and their next opponents are Bishop's Stortford who came away from Hertford Town with a 1-0 victory under their belts, given to them by a first half goal from Marie-Pier Allard. Benson Lionesses beat Wargrave Ladies 4-2 and now play Ashford Town (Middx) who scored seventeen times in their victory at Headington Ladies. Ashley Cheatley netted no less than eleven times, Lavana Neufville contributing a further four with one apiece from Charlotte Baker and Holly Isaacs.
New London Lionesses were another team to hit double figures, scoring twelve times without reply past Chinnor. Kizzanna Fergis was on target five times, Gemma Howes, Morgan Lockowitz and Chantel Padgham all netted twice and Maialen Callleja Calvo added the other. Hampton & Richmond Borough won a much closer tie, 1-0 against Queen's Park Rangers Development, the only goal coming in the opening minute from Danielle Meades. Ascot Utd came through a penalty shootout after sharing a 1-1 draw with Newbury Ladies to set up a home tie with Chesham Utd, 7-1 winners at Brentford. Gemma Fraser was on target four times, with one apiece from Natalie Adams, Kirsty Gladwin and Barbara Balint.
Molly Dyer bagged a hat-trick, Steph Mobbs and April England each netted twice and there was one apiece from Rosie McCabe and Mollie Avery as Oxford City notched up a 9-0 victory over Woodley Utd. They now host Alton Utd who were 8-1 winners at Fleet Town. Eastbourne Town scored seven times past Dartford, their markswomen were Catherine Hyland (2), Caitlin French (2), Felicity Webster, Rhianna Boyce and Meg Woods. Eastbourne now play Aylesford who edged past Ashford LFC with a 3-2 victory, courtesy of first half goals from Rebecca Barr, Laura Brown and Rebecca Parkin.
Toni West scored both goals as Godalming Town won 2-1 away to Worthing and they play Eastbourne Ladies who were also 2-1 victors at Abbey Rangers, thanks to Charlotte Long and Charlotte Pollendine. Zara Roots and Amy Russ were on the scoresheet for Meridian as they beat Fulham FC Foundation 2-1 to set up a tie with London Kent Football Utd who defeated Kent Football Utd 4-0.
Carshalton Athletic were 3-0 winners over Herne Bay and will be up against Parkwood Rangers who triumphed Worthing Town 7-1 thanks to Corrie Goodhew (2), Rachel Mugami (2), Kim Green, Sophie Hayes and Nasa Eke. Shauni Griffiths scored the only goal as Whyteleafe won 1-0 against Bexhill Utd and their next opponents will be Burgess Hill Town whose game with Victoire Ladies was even closer, winning on penalties following a 2-2 draw.
Marine Academy Plymouth beat Middlezoy Rovers 7-1, Sam Drewery and Anthea Kaptein each bagging hat-tricks with Emily Eaton also on target. They will have to wait and see who their opponents will be for the next round as the tie between Buckland Athletic and Exeter City was postponed because of a waterlogged pitch. FC Chippenham squeezed past Team Solent with a 4-3 victory, courtesy of braces from Caitlin Brooks and Kathryn Kilgour, they now face Bournemouth Sports who defeated Keynsham Town Development 3-1.
New Milton Town were pushed all the way by Frampton Rangers before going through as 3-2 winners, thanks to a Tiffany Skinner brace and Olivia Jones. New Milton now entertain Downend Flyers who defeated local rivals AEK Boco 9-0, Kate Michael and Alana Willson each hitting hat-tricks with Alice Baker, Rebecca Giles and Laura Tugwell completing the scoring.
Torquay Utd won 6-0 at Eastleigh, courtesy of a four-goal haul by Stephanie Beck and other strikes from Sian Chapman and Daisy Self (see match report). AFC Bournemouth triumphed 5-2 away to Royal Wootton Bassett Town. Winchester City Flyers defeated Frome Town 5-0 and now face Warsash Wasps, 4-0 winners over Ilminster Town.

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