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The two remaining matches in the Third Round Qualifying of the SSE Women's FA Cup were played on the weekend, meaning that the full draw for the First Round Proper is now known.
Bolton Wanderers made an awkward trip to CMB Ladies of the North West Women's League and returned with a 5-2 victory under their belts.
Michelle Kirkman-Ryan was on target twice along with Emma Pilling, Saffron Newhouse and Gabby Yates to take the Premier League Northern Division One side through. Bolton will be away again in the next round as they must travel to play Liverpool Marshalls Feds, who are in the same division.
The other game was an all-North West League Premier Division affair and it saw Burnley Girls & Ladies run out 4-1 winners over Wigan Athletic to reach the First Round for the first time in their history.
Sarah Greenhalgh gave Burnley an early lead and after Wigan quickly equalised, Greenhalgh then turned provider for Leah Embley to give her side an advantage that they took into half time. After the break, a well taken goal from Justine Wallace put the Lady Clarets two ahead and Greenhalgh crowned the win when she headed in her second goal and Burnley's fourth, to put the game beyond Wigan's reach. Burnley will therefore go to the North East for their First Round tie away to Alnwick Town of the Pinpoint Recruitment Northumberland League, who claimed the scalp of Premier League side Rotherham Utd in the last round.
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