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Lydia goes nap as Thamesview go through
 Women's Football FA Women's Cup News - 30 Aug 2018
FA Women's Cup News - Lydia goes nap as Thamesview go through - 30 Aug 2018 - Women's Football NewsThe main bulk of the Preliminary Round ties were played on Sunday as the SSE Women's FA Cup got underway in earnest.
Durham Cestria won 3-0 against South Shields with goals from Lauren Robson (2) and Erin Nelson and they will play an intriguing tie against Alnwick Town. Rotherham Utd meanwhile notched up the biggest victory of the round, 14-0 over Bradford Park Avenue. Jenna Bramley spearheaded the win with a four-goal haul, Chloe Mitchell contributed a hat-trick, with the other goals were scored by Rachel Hale (2), Abigail Shepherd (2), Leanne Carter, Hannah Crossley and Jodie Stokes.
Boro Rangers were 2-0 victors away to Lumley Ladies to line themselves up with a tie against Cramlington Utd. Tingley Athletic won 1-0 at Altofts Ladies and they now host Harrogate Town. Debbie Hastings hit a hat-trick for Ossett Utd in their 8-0 victory over Dronfield Town, Jordane Allison netted twice and there was one apiece from Yasmin Ayub, Lauren Swailes and Lucy Moore for Ossett whose next opponents are Farsley Celtic. Carlisle Utd won the all-Cumbrian tie 3-1 away to Workington Reds with goals from Kerri Mallinson (2) and Chelsie Browbank, they will now be at home to Bishop Auckland.
Gina Camfield scored twice along with Amy Townsend and Leoni Everley as Chesterfield won 4-0 away to Hepworth Utd, which means they will play against Yorkshire Amateur.
Tranmere Rovers netted seven times without reply against Chester FC Women and will be up against Bury FC Women, who came through a penalty shootout against Mossley Hill after the teams had shared a 3-3 draw. Manchester Stingers meanwhile won 3-1 against Merseyrail Ladies thanks to Nicola Armstrong (2) and Vicky Dillon, their next opponents will be West Didsbury & Chorlton. Burscough Dynamo were another team to win on penalties after their tie with Fleetwood Town Wrens also finished level at 3-3 and they now go to Cammell Laird 1907.
Oadby & Wigston defeated Sherwood Ladies 6-0 and they must host Mansfield Town, who edged past Hykeham Town, 3-2 after extra time. Chloe Elphick scored a last minute penalty winner for Mansfield, who trailed 2-0 at one stage, to add to earlier goals from Beth Wilcockson and Amy Dawson. Loughborough Students were 3-1 winners away to Lincoln Moorlands Railway.
Bobbie Baker and Megan Board were on the scoresheet for Rugby Town as they defeated Knowle 2-1 to book a home tie with Shenstone. Crusaders will also be home against Solihull Sporting after a Rachael Dyson double, Beckie Sloan and Chloe Bignall gave them a 4-2 victory over Coundon Court. Shifnal Town were 1-0 winners over Sedgley & Gornal Utd and Stockingford AA Pavilion triumphed 2-1 at Droitwich Spa thanks to a Charlotte Batey brace.
Georgia Holdaway led the scoring with a hat-trick as Brentwood Town ran out 4-0 winners away to Frontiers. Leah Cowan added the other goal for Brentwood who now play at home to Harlow Town. Cambridge City came away from Newmarket Town with a 2-0 win under their belts, Charlotte Gillies and Carla Penny were on target to earn their side a tie against Riverside LFC.
Lisa Overall scored the only goal of the game for Chelmsford City in their 1-0 win away to Beccles Town which means they will play AFC Sudbury. Hayley Elderd, Joanne Rutherford and Francesca Smithers all netted twice and Samantha Edgar the other for Royston Town in their 7-1 victory over Hertford Town and they now travel to Bishop's Stortford. St Ives Town meanwhile won a closely contested tie with Corby Town, Katie Stancombe giving them a 1-0 win after extra time.
Katie Hardaker (2), Amy Belsey and Abbey Davies were the markswomen for Ashford LFC as they edged out Eastbourne Town by the odd goal in seven and this has earned them a trip to Newhaven, who defeated Parkwood Rangers 6-3. Paige Fowler and Chloe Winchester each netted twice for Newhaven along with Georgia Ungoed and Jessica Watkins. Aylesford next play Fulham FC Foundation after goals from Beth Hulme and Kelly Philpott saw them to a 2-1 success at Eastbourne Ladies.
Amy Russ bagged a four-goal haul for Kent Football Utd as they ran out 8-0 winners over Herne Bay. Rachel Stevens weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Lucy Cockerill and Elizabeth Waldie. They will next be up against Victoire Ladies. London Kent Football Utd went three better by scoring eleven times past Tonbridge Angels to set up a tie with Godalming Town, Darcey Charlesworth leading the scoring with a hat-trick. Isabelle Michalski and Laura Susarta each added doubles and the tally was completed by Emily Hart, Verity Snow, Adele Keech and Sarah White.
Two goals from Kasey Kelm gave AFC Phoenix a 2-1 win away to Sutton Utd on Thursday night and this means they will be at home to Phoenix Sports. Saltdean Utd meanwhile ran out 4-1 winners over Steyning Town Community courtesy of a Casey Sands brace, Henna Butcher and Chloe Evans and they will now be on their travels to Abbey Rangers. Kendral Drake and Lea Pope scored the goals for New London Lionesses as they also won 2-1 away to Brentford, whose reply came from Sophie Troth (see match report).
Lydia Wills produced one of the best individual displays of the day as she scored all five goals for Thamesview in their 5-2 victory away to Margate, who replied through Lucy Paris and Harriet Woolston. Thamesview will be away to Burgess Hill Town in the next round.
Becki Bath scored a hat-trick for Moneyfields as they defeated Swindon Spitfires 5-0. Paige Atkinson and Kim Stenning added the other goals for the Moneys to set up a fascinating clash with Southampton FC Women who won 2-0 at Winchester City Flyers with goals from Ellie Chaffe and Emma Godden.
Wycombe Wanderers were the winners on a penalty shootout against Wantage Town to set up a tie with Ascot Utd. Alixandra Todd and Tara Woodward scored for Wycombe in open play as the match finished level at 2-2, before Wycombe triumphed 3-1 from the spot.
Exeter City booked themselves a home tie with Frome Town after winning 5-2 away to Callington Town. Jana Richards was on target twice for Exeter along with Abbie Britton, Sophie Gillies and Jazz Hervin. Marine Academy Plymouth scored eight times without reply past Purnell Sports, spearheaded by a four-goal haul from Sam Drewery. Emily Eaton weighed in with a brace and the tally was completed by Maisie Williams and Georgie Talbot to set themselves up with a meeting with Exeter & Tedburn Rangers in the next round.
Portishead Town were 4-0 winners away to Bideford and their next opponents will be Downend Flyers, who defeated Chipping Sodbury Town 2-1 with both goals coming from Charlotte Woodman.
Photo - Rebecca Giles of Downend Flyers is closed down by Rebecca Storer of Chipping Sodbury Town.

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