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Bridlington head Cup shocks
 Women's Football FA Women's Cup News - 6 Sep 2018
 
Bridlington Rovers led the surprises in the First Round Qualifying in the SSE Women's FA Cup as they won 3-1 away to Rotherham Utd.
 
Bridlington, of the East Riding County Women's League, were up against opponents who were in the Premier League last season but first half goals from Chloe Bennett, Caroline Cloherty and Amy Ward brought them a memorable victory. Next up for Bridlington will be a home tie against Accrington Girls & Ladies, who advanced to this stage by winning 3-1 against Wythenshawe Amateurs.
 
Godalming Town knocked out London Kent Football Utd, beating them 2-1 with strikes from Rebecca Bloor and Jade Johnson. Godalming now have a home tie with Abbey Rangers, who defeated Saltdean Ladies 2-1 after extra time.
 
Tingley Athletic, of the West Riding League, produced one of the results of the day by beating Harrogate Town 4-0 and their reward is a home tie with West Didsbury & Chorlton, 5-2 winners away to Manchester Stingers. Shauna Edmondson netted two of the goals along with Hannah Mitchell, Rachael Dunlop and Ell Powles.
 
Bishop Auckland were another team to eliminate higher league opposition, beating Carlisle Utd 2-1 thanks to Leah Curry and Alex Saunders. They must now take on Stockport County, who came from a goal behind in the first half t win 4-1 away to Warrington Wolverines. Chloe Mapp, Jade White, Nicola Connor and Katie Brusell were all on target for the Hatters.
 
Alnwick Town had a fine Cup run last season and they are showing signs of doing it again this time, after they came from behind to win 2-1 at Durham Cestria, from the division above. Durham took a first minute lead through Alisha Miller but Kirstie Tang brought Alnwick back on level terms and an own goal on the stroke of half time gave them victory and a plum home tie against Leeds Utd.
 
Tranmere Rovers, who have reached as far as the semi finals in the past, ran out 6-3 winners over Bury FC Women and will now be at home to Boro Rangers, who eased to an 8-1 victory against Cramlington Utd.
 
Cammell Laird 1907 swept through with a 4-0 victory over Crewe Alexandra and will have a home tie in the next round against Crewe Alexandra. Nat Broad meanwhile hit a hat-trick and Hannah Fawkes was also on the scoresheet as Penrith AFC defeated Wallsend Boys Club 5-1, they now travel to play Brighouse Town.
 
Rachael Facktor scored twice along with Sophie Eyre and Emma Otley for Sheffield Wednesday in their 4-0 success away to Wakefield and they will be away again in the next round, to Redcar Town.
 
Farsley Celtic will be away to Chorley after goals from Jordan Cheetham and Rachael White gave them a 2-1 win away to Ossett Utd and Hartlepool Utd beat Washington Ladies 4-2 thanks to Caitlin Bates (2), Jade Pye and Emily Stuart. Pools now make the long trip to Bolton Wanderers in the next round.
 
FC United of Manchester scored six times without reply past Didsbury and will now be away to Oughtibridge WM. Kirsty Chambers and Jess Battle each netted twice, with one apiece from Sarah Chadwick and Aimee O'Keefe.
 
Oadby & Wigston got the better of Mansfield Town, from the division above, with a 4-2 victory thanks to a goal apiece from Freya Gardner, Sophie Tew, Emily Sowler and Emma Aspinall. This has earned them another home tie against Sutton Coldfield Town, 2-1 winners at Leek Town with Louise Price and Hayley Chatwin on target.
 
Rugby Town survived an early scare to defeat Shenstone 5-1 and book themselves a plum home tie with West Bromwich Albion. After Becky Hall had given Shenstone an early lead, Bobbie Baker replied strongly for Rugby by hitting a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Kelly Worthington and Grace Keenan. Crusaders meanwhile beat Solihull Sporting 5-0 to also set up a tie against National League opposition, in the form of Sporting Khalsa.
 
Gina Camfield had a fantastic day for Chesterfield, scoring all four goals in their 4-0 victory over Yorkshire Amateur and she will have the chance to take on a National League side in the next round, as they have been paired with Burton Albion. Leicester City Women Development meanwhile netted fifteen times past Coalville Town and will now face Solihull Utd, who triumphed 2-1 at Stourbridge with strikes from Scarlett Fielding and Saddi Shan.
 
Kingfisher produced a fine performance to win 3-0 at Redditch Utd and they have been rewarded with a trip to Wolverhampton Wanderers in the next round. Leafield Athletic meanwhile defeated Shifnal Town 7-0 to set up a meeting with Lutterworth Athletic, who were 5-2 victors away to Leicester City Ladies.
 
Kidderminster Harriers were 2-0 winners in the delayed Preliminary Round tie with AFC Telford Utd. Both goals came during the first half, Amber Lawrence and Amie Savva for Kiddy who play away to Hereford Lads Club this week. The winners of that tie will play St John's, who got themselves through by edging out Sandwell Ladies by the odd goal in nine after extra time. Fay Large hit a hat-trick for St John's before Nikita Large netted the winner during the extra period.
 
Amy Cooper and Kayleigh Pahnke scored the goals for Stockingford AA Pavilion in their 2-0 victory over Lye Town and they will now take on Nettleham. Loughborough Students meanwhile defeated Rise Park 5-1 to book themselves a trip to Solihull Moors. Abby Morton netted twice for the Students along with Grace Stanley, Bex Snelling and Bronnie King.
 
Colney Heath will go to Billericay Town in the next round after they defeated Houghton Athletic 2-0 with goals from Sheree Oliver and Lucy Hancock. Mia Etheridge scored the only goal of the game for AFC Sudbury in their narrow 1-0 victory away to Chelmsford City and this has landed them a meeting with Acle Utd, 3-1 winners at Kettering Town thanks to Grace Birchall (2) and Amber Rowland.
 
Katie Webb and Katie Seagrave scored the goals as Histon defeated Thrapston Town 2-1 and they now face Leigh Ramblers, who won 2-0 against Bowers & Pitsea from the league above, courtesy of Abbi Brown and an own goal. Peterborough Utd meanwhile triumphed 2-1 at St Ives Town to set up an intriguing tie with Chesham Utd.
 
Cambridge City ran up an emphatic win over Riverside LFC, led by a six-goal haul from Erin Davies. Sofia Castiglione and Bronte Rapley each scored twice and also on target were Hannah Bodily, Anna Goggin, Laura Mills and Amy Reed. City now play host to Leyton Orient. Royston Town also hit double figures against Bishop's Stortford, goals coming from Samantha Edgar (2), Hayley Eldred (2), Danielle Carty, Angharad Chambers, Eva Ramsey, Rebecca Scott, Charlotte South, Paris Coldicott-Stevens and Sammy Tinsley. Royston will be away to Queen's Park Rangers Development.
 
AFC Dunstable will make the short trip to Luton Town following their 5-0 victory over Watford Development, Storm Burrows and Rachel Moffat each netting twice along with Samaira Khan. Boston Utd meanwhile beat Grimsby Borough 4-1, Toni McHamilton (2), Tracey Duxbury-Mead and Kim Fairweather setting up a meeting with Norwich City.
 
Frances Peeling converted the winning kick as Peterborough Northern Star ousted Northampton Town on a penalty shootout after the teams had shared a 4-4 draw. Jessica Driscoll, Bronwyn Mulheron, Cassie Steward and Katie Steward had earlier scored for Northern Star who are now at home to Stevenage Ladies. Poppy Binding bagged a brace as Harlow Town beat Brentwood Town 2-1 and earned themselves a trip to Cambridge Utd.
 
New London Lionesses maintained their good Cup run as Natalie Mucke, Lea Pope, Lauren Doherty and Eepsha Hiraluge have them a 4-0 victory over Hampton & Richmond Borough which gives them a home tie with Ipswich Town. Islington Borough meanwhile
 
Ashford Town (Middx) registered the highest win of the day with a fifteen-goal haul at the expense of Wargrave Ladies. Ashley Cheatley, Lavana Neufville and Holly Isaacs all hit hat-tricks whilst Charmaine Benham (2), Alissa Down (2), Laura Huse and Dana Johnson also got on the scoresheet. They are home again in the next round to Ascot Utd, who won 3-1 at Wycombe Wanderers thanks to Lauren Broadhurst, Lucy Holzman-Clarke and Georgia Bowers.
 
Islington Borough are another team who are performing well in the Cup and kept their run going by beating Hassocks 4-2. Chenay Dior Hussey, Carrie-Anne Layton, Omella Mbula and Ellie Sherrard-Smith scored the goals for Islington who next face Worthing Ladies, 4-1 winners at Meridian courtesy of a Samantha-Jade Mee double, Millie Colbran and Gemma Worsfold.
 
Kasey Kelm hit a hat-trick, with Natalia Mann and Rebecca May as AFC Phoenix ran out 5-0 winners over Phoenix Sports and this sets up a fascinating clash in the next round with AFC Wimbledon. Kent Football Utd meanwhile netted eight times without reply past Victoire Ladies, Amy Russ scoring a hat-trick and Lucy Cockerill netting twice, along with Megan Burrows, Rachel Stevens and Elizabeth Waldie. They now take on Burgess Hill Town who defeated Thamesview 9-2. Keeley Wheatley was on target seven times for the Sussex side, with Ioana Vilciu adding the other two.
 
Lindsay Pinker, Leah McConnell and Edie Stilwell-Garrett were on the scoresheet as Oxford City were 3-1 winners from their local derby tie with Abingdon Utd (see match report). Oxford now play host to Fulham FC Foundation who were also 3-1 victors at Aylesford. Whyteleafe meanwhile won a thrilling tie 4-3 against Regents Park Rangers, Nicha Dyett netting twice along with Mercedes Broomfield and Katie Butts, to book themselves a home tie with Maidenhead Utd. Eastleigh meanwhile are already through to the Third Round Qualifying as they have received a bye. They progressed by beating Alton Ladies 2-0, Sam Hide was on target twice.
 
Georgia Ungoed scored both goals as Newhavan won 2-1 against Ashford Ladies and their next opponents will be Newbury Ladies. AFC Bournemouth raced to a 13-0 success away to Basingstoke Town and they will now be at home to Portishead Town. Meg Vella was on target five times for the Cherries, Chloe Tape contributed a hat-trick, with the others coming from Maisy Smith (2), Rosie Eden and Keeley Fitzgerald. Portishead meanwhile came from behind to beat Downend Flyers 2-1 with goals from Yazmin Laver and Hannah Thornton.
 
A Tiffany Skinner hat-trick gave New Milton Town a 3-0 victory away to Shanklin but they will have to wait until discovering who their next opponents will be as Swindon Spitfires and Southampton Ladies will play this week. The tie between Warsash Wasps and Bournemouth Sports, which was abandoned at half time the previous Sunday, was replayed this week and Warsash ran out 5-1 winners with goals from Nicolle Keen (2), Kirstie White, Danielle Cheyney and Chelsea Bates. Warsash now play Royal Wootton Bassett Town on Sunday, with the winners facing Southampton Saints.
 
Ilminster Town won 4-0 against Middlezoy Rovers with a goal apiece from Dana Andrews, Dee Cracknell, Colette Martin and Sarah Miller. The Somerset side now face a trip to Buckland Athletic in the next round. Exeter City ran out 5-0 winners over Frome Town, Georgie Barbour-Gresham scoring twice along with Jana Richards, Sian Chapman and Zoe Watkins. Exeter will be at home again in the next round to Keynsham Town Development, who notched up a 3-1 victory away to St Agnes.
 
Frampton Rangers got the better of Feniton in a seven-goal thriller which saw the Devon side launch a late fightback after being four goals behind. Maddy Brown bagged herself a hat-trick and Chloe Timbrell the other for Frampton who must now play away to Poole Town.
 
Ellison Roberts scored both goals as Weston-super-Mare picked up a fine 2-1 victory away to Torquay Utd and their reward is a trip to Larkhall Athletic. Marine Academy Plymouth meanwhile defeated Exeter & Tedburn Rangers 13-1 and next face Southampton Women. Jaydee Seaman scored five times for MAP and Sam Drewery contributed a hat-trick, with Maisie Williams (2), Nicky Lane, Emily Jeaton and Georgie Talbot also on the scoresheet.
 

 
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