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Ashford Town (Middx) went through to the Preliminary Round of the SSE Women's FA Cup with a 4-1 victory over Denham Utd.
The teams were two levels apart in the pyramid last season but both will be in the London & South East League this time around and it was Ashford who took the win with goals from Lavana Neufville (2), Charmaine Benham and Holly Isaacs, Rae Roberts replying. Ashford now have an intriguing home tie against Oxford City.
Redcar Town had a good day as they scored thirteen times without reply away to Washington Association. Jess Round led the scoring with a five-goal haul and Kenzie Parkes weighed in with a further four, whilst Jenny Dixon and Suzanne Fox both contributed doubles. Redcar will be home to Lumley Ladies in the next round. Farsley Celtic will play Thackley after winning 3-0 at Wakefield Trinity, Rachel White bagging a brace and Shirley Murphy adding the other.
Notts County must travel to Rise Park after running out 11-1 winners over Cleethorpes Town. Nya Chambers gave County the lead with only 47 seconds on the clock, with Bella Reed hitting a hat-trick along with Becky Linsley (2), Jess Munn and Sami Brooks before Chelsie Hooley grabbed a late treble. Port Vale scored nine without reply past Lye Town with Liberty Windsor, Kim Cartlidge and Shannis Stanley all netted twice, the tally being completed by Meg Baldwin, Nat Glenville and Charlotte Glover. Vale are now at home to Knowle.
Janiece Allen was on target four times for Hartham Utd as they won 5-1 against Bishop's Stortford, from the level above. Chemise Huiston added the other for Hartham who now host St Albans City. Bungay Town were 2-1 winners away to Corby Town, to earn themselves a trip to Riverside LFC,
New London Lionesses edged out Comets by the odd goal in nine, courtesy of a Kiz Fergus hat-trick, Samantha Lanza Gabian and Christa Wilde. Samantha Dickinson (2), Elissa Borthwick and Rosalind Duignan-Pearson all replied for the Comets but the Lionesses added to their good Cup form in recent seasons and they will be hoping to continue that in the next round at Fulham.
Charley Law, Caitlin Garden and Lucy Kisielewska scored the goals as Burgess Hill Town won 3-2 against Eastbourne Utd, who replied through Leanne Hawkins and Nieve Gilman, to book themselves a home tie with Saltdean Utd (see match report).
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