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Marine Academy Plymouth caused a big shock in the SSE Women's FA Cup Second Round Qualifying as they won 2-1 away to FAWNL South West Division One high fliers Southampton Women.
Sam Drewery gave MAP the lead during the first half and Tina Martin added a second after the break. Jane Yeates pulled one back for Southampton but they could not find another breakthrough and the South West League side close the game out to take a huge scalp.
MAP Ladies will now be away to another National League side in the shape of Buckland Athletic in the next round. Their tie against Ilminster Town was originally postponed but replayed on Wednesday and the Bucks were 4-0 winners.
New London Lionesses have enjoyed good Cup runs in the past two seasons and they seem to be embarking on another one, claiming a National League scalp along the way. After sharing a 2-2 draw with Ipswich Town after extra time, Kiz Fergus and Samantha Lanza Gabian scoring, the Lionesses emerged as 4-2 winners from the resulting penalty shootout. There will definitely be a Greater London League team through to the First Round, as New London Lionesses have been paired with Islington Borough, 5-1 winners at Worthing Ladies courtesy of an Ornella Mbula hat-trick and Charlotte Lynch double.
Whyteleafe were another team to knock out National League opposition, easing to a 2-0 victory over Maidenhead Utd, thanks to Nicha Dyett and an own goal (see match report). 'Leafe will be at home again in the next round, to the winners of the postponed tie between Queen's Park Rangers Girls and Royston Town.
Cambridge City have made a really good start to the season in the Eastern Region League and they have taken this form into the SSE Women's FA Cup, edging out National League side Leyton Orient by the odd goal in nine. Laura Mills netted two of the goals with one each from Sarah Mosley, Shannon Shaw and Isabella Simmons. Cambridge will go away to fellow league side Acle Utd, who ran out 7-0 winners away to AFC Sudbury thanks to a Megan Todd hat-trick, Lauren Bullard (2), Grace Birchall and Rhianne Brister.
Leeds Utd were pushed all the way by Alnwick Town and needed extra time to get through as 3-2 winners. Emma Lee netted the late winner for Leeds to add to Rebecca Jeffels'earlier strike and an own goal. Leeds will be at home to Boro Rangers who triumphed 1-0 away to Tranmere Rovers, Abbie Phillips grabbing the only goal of the game with fourteen minutes remaining.
Newcastle Utd also needed extra time as they won 3-2 away to Barnsley. Jess Foster, Abbey Joice and Megan McKenzie scored the goals for Newcastle who now face a derby tie with Chester-le-Street Town, 8-1 winners at Steel City Wanderers thanks to hat-tricks from Elizabeth Thompson-Clarke and Nichole Havery, with Laura Hockaday adding the other two.
Charlotte Proud scored a second half double, to add to earlier goals from Aimi Beresford, Kayleigh Bamforth and Abigail Housecroft, for Brighouse Town in their 5-0 victory over Penrith AFC. This sets up an intriguing tie in the next round against Burnley FC Women who notched up a fine 3-2 win against Liverpool Feds with Linny Craig, Sarah Greenhalgh and Lizzy Harmer all on target.
Stockport County's trip to the north east culminated in an 8-0 win against Bishop's Auckland and this earns them a trip to either Chesterfield or Burton Albion. Chloe Mapp led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Katie Brusell added two and there was one apiece from Jeneaya Webb and Shelby Wolstencroft.
Rachael Dunlop led the scoring with a brace as West Didsbury & Chorlton won 5-0 away to Tingley Athletic. Elizabeth Livesey, Chloe Spencer and Sophie Bracegirdle added the other goals for the North West League side. They have landed a plum draw in the Third Round Qualifying against National League Bolton Wanderers, who defeated Hartlepool Utd 3-0.
Chorley maintained their excellent early season form by beating Farsley Celtic 5-0. Scarlett Smith led the scoring with a four-goal haul and Rebecca Kemp was also on target for Chorley. The Northern Division One leaders have landed a home tie against Crewe Alexandra who came through a tricky tie away to Cammell Laird 1907 with a 3-1 victory, courtesy of Laura Garner, Beth Grice and an own goal.
Bianca Owens bagged a hat-trick, with Kate McSorley and Louise Atkinson adding the others for Norton & Stockton Ancients in their 5-1 success away to Morecambe. They will now be at home to Redcar Town who defeated Sheffield Wednesday 6-2, Jess Round finding the net four times along with Suzanne Fox and Emily Fewster.
FC United of Manchester ran out 4-0 winners away to Oughtibridge WM, extending their winning run in all competitions to an impressive 27 matches. Jess Battle netted two of the goals and she was joined on the scoresheet by Rebecca Foster and Kirsty Chambers. FCUM will be at home again in the next round to Bridlington Rovers, who have done well in the cup this season and kept their run going by beating Accrington Girls & Ladies 4-1.
Stephanie Weston and Shannie Jennings were on the scoresheet as Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies recorded a fine 2-0 win at Bedworth Utd. Their reward is a home tie in the next round, to Wolverhampton Wanderers who scored six times without reply past Kingfisher. Billie Haynes gave Wolves an early lead and Lowri Walker added a quickfire double, with Charlotte Criddle, Charlotte Wilkie and Anna Morphet accounting for the other goals.
Sporting Khalsa survived a difficult away tie at Crusaders, Kiera Willdigg and Chloe Handy giving them a 2-0 victory, they will now be up against Long Eaton Utd who defeated Long Eaton Utd 7-1, Jade Arber and Ashleigh Evans each hitting doubles along with Lucie Johnstone, Amy Pashley and Nicola Smyth.
West Bromwich Albion achieved one of the highest scores of the day, netting ten without reply against Rugby Town. Francesca Orthodoxou bagged a hat-trick and Nicole Dale a brace, with the others coming from Abby Bevan, Laura Davies, Reia Henry, Natalie Murray and Gabriella Reid. Albion now need to travel to Leafield Athletic who had a more dramatic progression, beating Lutterworth Athletic on penalties after the sides had shared a goalless draw. Leafield goalkeeper Kirsty Grigg was the heroine for her side for as well as keeping a clean sheet and saving two penalties, she stepped up to slot home the winning penalty!
Kidderminster Harriers are through to the Third Round Qualifying with a 4-1 victory away to St Johns. Amber Lawrence, Kirsty Roberts, Alex Nicklin and Amie Savva scored the goals for Harriers and they will now be at home to National League side Solihull Moors, who needed extra time to overcome Loughborough Students. Abbie Taylor netted the winner with seven minutes remaining, to add to earlier goals from Alice Belcher and Amelia Kirk.
Nettleham battled through a tough tie away to Stockingford AA Pavilion, Abby Ringrose and Lucy Farrow scoring their goals in a 2-1 win. The Lincolnshire side now take on Histon of the Eastern Region League, they were narrow 3-2 victors over Leigh Ramblers, courtesy of a goal apiece from Katie Segrave, Katie Webb and Alison Wright.
Leicester City Women Development ran out 6-3 winners against Solihull Utd and they will be at home again in the next round to Oadby & Wigston Dynamo, who beat Sutton Coldfield Town 2-0 with strikes from Lucy Phillips=Poole and Emma Aspinall.
AFC Wimbledon were taken to extra time by AFC Phoenix but the Dons eventually booked their place in the next round, Katie Stanley grabbing the only goal of the game with just two minutes left on the clock. Wimbledon have another tricky home tie against lower league opposition in the next round, they will face Godalming Town who were 4-2 winners against Abbey Rangers. Toni West (2), Lauren Carnell and Marianne O'Byrne were all on target for Godalming, who are one of four Greater London League teams still in the competition.
Billericay Town enjoyed a much smoother passage, running out 9-1 winners over Colney Heath. Zoe Rushen and Jay Blackie each netted twice along with Lindsey Morgan, Megan Jiggins, Nicole Farmer, Amy Nash and Danica Dougal. Next up for Billericay is a trip to Wymondham Town who were even more prolific in front of goal on Sunday, beating Corringham Cosmos 17-1. Laura Nicholls and Hannah Waters netted five and four goals respectively, Olivia Gunn contributed a hat-trick and the spree was completed by Nadine Basson (2), Chelsea Clarke, Leah Newcombe and Carolyn Sarafian.
Kyla Love was on target four times and Chelsea Garrett weighed in with a hat-trick as Norwich City raced to an 11-3 victory against Boston Utd. Jodie Drake, Reeanna Cook, Aimee Durrant and Kathryn Stanley added the other goals for the Canaries whose next opponents will be Enfield Town, 2-1 winners over Actonians Ladies thanks to Sara Degooye and Molly Peters.
Ashford Town (Middx) were another Greater London League side to record an impressive result, beating Ascot Utd 11-2. Ashley Cheatley led the scoring with a six-goal haul and Lavana Neufville weighed in with a further four, whilst Dana Johnson also got on the scoresheet. Ashford will be at home again in the next round, to the winners of the postponed tie between Kent Football Utd and Burgess Hill Town.
Chesham Utd ended the hopes of Peterborough Utd by beating them 5-0. Gemma Fraser scored a hat-trick and Emma Delves the other two for the Clarets who will host either Denham Utd or Crawley Wasps in the next round.
Luton Town gained a morale boosting 7-0 victory over AFC Dunstable, Erica Byron and Jess McKay each netting twice with Zara Carroll, Nicola Henman and Aurora Ryan adding the others. Luton's reward is a home tie with Oxford City who won 4-3 against Fulham FC Foundation with goals from Leah McConnell (2), Nicole Miles and Lindsay Pinker.
Amy Makewell (2), Shona Chitate, Erin Pope and Ellie Searle were the markswomen for Stevenage Ladies in their 5-1 victory away to Peterborough Northern Star. The Bedfordshire side must wait to see who their next opponents will be, as they will travel to the winners of the postponed tie between Cambridge Utd and Harlow Town.
Ella Hitchcox and Annie Martin each scored twice as Cheltenham Town kept up their unbeaten start to the season with a 4-1 victory over Brislington. The Gloucestershire side will be at home again in the next round to Exeter City, who defeated Keynsham Town Development 8-1, which included hat-tricks from Sophie Gillies and Sian Chapman.
There was better news for Keynsham Town's first team as they ran out 8-0 winners away to Swindon Town. The prolific Kerry Bartlett once again bagged a hat-trick, Laura Williams added a further two and the scoring was completed by Ellie Curson, Hannah Davies and Justine Lorton. Keynsham are another team who do not yet know who their next opponents are as they have been paired with the winners of the tie between Southampton Saints and Warsash Wasps.
Larkhall Athletic saw off the challenge of Weston-super-Mare by beating them 7-2. Lizzie Barratt was on target twice for the Larks and there was one apiece from Carly Bryant, Kate German, Lucy Olde, Mel Sartain and Katy-May O'Hara-Nash. Larkhall face an intriguing trip in the next round to Southampton FC Ladies who were 5-0 winners over New Milton Town courtesy of Sam Burt, Ellie Chaffe, Caitlin Collighan, Kelly-Marie Fripp and an own goal.
Hollie Agombar netted a double and Rebecca Yeo the other as Poole Town got past a tricky test with a 3-1 win against Frampton Rangers. The Dorset side will now face a relatively short trip to Eastleigh, who received a bye through to the next stage.
Newhaven knocked out a team from a higher level when beating Newbury Ladies 3-1. Chloe Winchester, Paige Fowler and an own goal gave Newhaven the victory and they will face another Southern Region League side in the next round, AFC Bournemouth CST who were 4-1 winners over Portishead Town. Terri Harvey netted two of the goals for the Cherries, along with Hannah Bennett and Chloe Tape.
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