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Newmarket race into next round
 Women's Football FA Women's Cup News - 23 Sep 2017
 
Newmarket Town knocked out Eastern Region League side King's Lynn Town, 4-3 after extra time.
 
The Cambridgeshire League side will be up against a team from the same league next, Wymondham Town who beat St Ives Town 7-1 courtesy of a Laura Wiseman hat-trick, Beth Fretwell, Kayleigh Holloway, Mollie O'Callaghan and Laura Nicholls.
 
Godalming Town are another County League side through, goals from Toni West, Rebecca Munro and Lauren Carnell giving them a 3-2 victory over Eastbourne Ladies and they are now at home to Haringey Borough. Ashford Town (Middx) ran out 12-1 winners against Benson Lionesses, Ashley Cheatley netting seven times along with Lavana Neufville (2), Charmaine Benham, Laura Huse and Hannah Pearson, they have been paired with London Kent Football Utd, for whom Emily Hart (2) and Laura Susarta scored in their 3-2 success at Meridian.
 
Alnwick Town are through to the Third Round Qualifying as they kept up their run by beating Redcar Town 1-0. A second half penalty from Georgia Thompson gave Alnwick the win and they now face Premier League opposition in the form of Rotherham Utd. Carlisle Utd made the trip east to Cramlington Utd and ran out 7-1 winners, sealing themselves a plum tie against Newcastle Utd.
 
Farsley Celtic got the better of Worksop Town with a 5-3 victory and this has landed them with a home tie against Hartlepool Utd, who scored nine times without reply past St Cuthbert's Ladies. Caitlin Bates and Nicky Duckling each hit hat-tricks with Jenni Duffy-Smith (2) and Sarah Bartlett also on target. Burnley Girls & Ladies meanwhile were narrow 4-3 winners over Merseyrail Bootle and they face a tie against Wigan Athletic, who edged out FC United of Manchester by the only goal of the game.
 
West Didsbury & Chorlton squeezed through on penalties against Blackpool after the sides had shared a 2-2 draw and they will be at home in the next round against MSB Woolton, who had a smoother passage in beating Manchester Stingers 6-0. Francisca Boafa, Emma Catterall, Julia Hogan and Sophie Parrish scored the goals as Wakefield won 4-3 against Harworth Colliery and they now travel to Brighouse Town.
 
Altofts Ladies won a tightly contested tie against Sheffield Wednesday 4-3 after extra time and they have been rewarded with a tie at home to Chorley. Hollie Betts, Chloe Harrison, Rachel Pritchard and Laura Pylypiuk all scored for Altofts, with Stacey Buxton, Amy-Leigh Barringham-Beck and Emma Otley replying. South Shields won 6-1 at Bishop Auckland, Paige Lester and Sophie Halliday each scoring twice along with Elizabeth Fraser and Nina Garthwaite to set up a meeting with Norton & Stockton Ancients, 3-2 extra time winners over Penrith AFC thanks to Victoria Hutchinson, Jessica White and Sian Williams. CMB Ladies meanwhile defeated Tranmere Rovers 2-1 and they find themselves up against last season's North West League Champions Bolton Wanderers.
 
Redditch Utd won 5-1 against Goldenhill Wanderers and they will be home again in the next round to Premier League side Solihull Moors. Lye Town meanwhile came away from Leafield Athletic with a 2-1 victory under their belts and they must travel to Sporting Khalsa.
 
Shrewsbury Town earned themselves a tie against TNS Ladies, thanks to a 5-2 win over Leek Town, meanwhile Eastwood Town defeated Rise Park 4-0 and will face Coventry Sphinx, 8-2 victors away to Worcester Utd. Bedworth Utd needed extra time before securing a 2-0 win against Gornal Ladies and their reward is a home tie with Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies.
 
Nettleham were another team to emerge victorious after extra time, 3-2 against Leicester City WFC Development, this has earned them a trip to Burton Albion. Loughborough Students defeated Lincoln Moorlands Railway 6-3 and they are now at home to Brereton Town, who beat Crusaders 2-1.
 
Cambridge City won 5-2 against Kettering Town with a goal apiece from Stacey Fullicks, Charlotte Gillies, Emily Reed, Lauren Tomlinson and Sarah Mosley and their reward is another home tie against Ipswich Town. Peterborough Northern Star meanwhile emerged as 4-2 winners from their derby tie against Peterborough Utd and they now face Acle Utd. Harlow Town will take on Denham Utd following their 3-2 win against Bungay Town in which Chloe Bassett (2) and Nicole Learner scored.
 
Semma Halil hit a hat-trick with Mia Etheridge (2), Megan Partridge (2) and Stacey Teager also on the scoresheet as AFC Sudbury won 8-1 at Frontiers to book themselves a tie with Enfield Town. AFC Dunstable ran out 7-1 winners over Bishop's Stortford, Charlene Moreton bagging herself a five-goal haul along with a Danielle Carty brace and they now play Eastbourne Town, 5-2 victors against Aylesford thanks to a Chloe Farrell hat-trick, Catherine Hyland and Stefania Paci.
 
Morgan Lockowitz and Samantha Osbourne scored the goals as New London Lionesses beat Hampton & Richmond Borough 2-0 and their next opponents will be Parkwood Rangers who won 3-1 at Herne Bay with strikes from Jade Whiteman (2) and Emily Vaughan.
 
Billericay Town won 3-2 at Brentwood Town and now go to Leyton Orient, Lindsey Morgan (2) and Kirsty Knight were on target. Bedford Ladies scored twelve times without reply against Hemel Hempstead, they now take on Royston Town who beat Colney Heath 4-0 courtesy of doubles from Erin Davies and Becky Shephard. Hassocks meanwhile defeated Margate 5-1 and will be up against Stevenage Ladies.
 
Chesham Utd won 2-0 at Ascot Utd and face Whyteleafe, 6-0 victors over Burgess Hill Town, Danielle Johnson netting twice along with Katie Kingshott, Giorgia Dunne, Olivia Woolacott and Rachel Innes. Hannah Chaffey hit a hat-trick for Winchester City Flyers in their 5-1 victory over Warsash Wasps, Georgina Axton and Louisa Castle adding the others to seal a tie with Southampton Women.
 
New Milton Town staged a remarkable comeback from 4-1 down with twenty minutes remaining to beat Downend Flyers 5-4. Katie Norman led the recovery with a hat-trick and the others came from Nicole Power and Olivia Watts, earning their side a meeting with Buckland Athletic.
 
Sian Chapman scored the only goal of the game as Torquay Utd won against AFC Bournemouth and this has booked them a trip to Brislington. Forest Green Rovers beat Pen Mill 4-1, Kayla Garland netting twice along with Issy Newns and Ashleigh Watson, they now face Larkhall Athletic. FC Chippenham will host Basingstoke Town after Lily Withers and Caitlin Brooks gave them a 2-1 victory over Bournemouth Sports.
 

 
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