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Millwall on Cup trail
 Women's Football FA Women's Cup News - 4 Sep 2019
 
Millwall Lionesses, former winners of the competition, have gone through to the First Round Qualifying of the Women's FA Cup with a 6-3 victory away to Whyteleafe.
 
Ellis Lunn led the scoring for Millwall, who now play in the Eastern Region League, with a four-goal haul and their other goals came from Brooke Hills and Katie Kolsinksi.
 
Millwall will be at home in the First Round Qualifying to Worthing who won 3-2 at Pagham with goals from Gemma Worsfold (2) and Sonia Foster.
 
Blyth Town won a closely fought match 2-1 against Workington Reds and now face South Shields, for whom Elizabeth Fraser scored twice and Rebecca Ward the other in a 3-1 success at Boro Rangers.
 
Bridlington Rovers enjoyed a great Cup run last season and won a well contested tie 4-2 against Bradford Park Avenue. Amy Ward netted a brace along with Jade Newlove and Evie Barrett, with Natalie Bell and Victoria Cullen replying. Bridlington's next opponents will be Ossett Utd who defeated Rotherham Utd 5-1 thanks to Jordane Allison (2), Danielle Sidebottom, Aleathia Smith and Lauren Swailes.
 
Sunderland West End were 5-3 victors away to Alnwick Town, Alexandra Ross netting twice along with Emma Banks, Allison Ferris and Kristen Whitfield. They will be hosting Mossley Hill who defeated Curzon Ashton on a penalty shootout, after the sides had shared a 2-2 draw.
 
Claudia Cleary was on target twice along with Renata Feherova, Jolene Forrest and Merita Prebrezova as Hepworth Utd won 5-1 against Pride Park Ladies. Hepworth will be at home again in the next round, to Blackburn Community who went one better in beating West Kirby 6-1.
 
Redcar Town ran out 5-0 winners over Lumley Ladies and will now be at home to Bishop Auckland, who won 4-2 away to Penrith AFC. Yorkshire Amateur progressed by winning 4-0 at Ripon City, to secure a meeting with Hartlepool Utd, who beat Carlisle Utd 11-1.
 
Rosie Gill was on target six times as Harrogate Town won 10-0 away to Wetherby Athletic. Grace Adams (2), Bethanie Davies and Sophie Tinson added the others for Harrogate whose next opponents are Fleetwood Town Wrens, 5-1 victors away to Tameside Utd. Farsley Celtic beat Thackley 3-0 and will now be up against Merseyside Ladies, six-goal winners at Manchester Stingers.
 
Morecambe's 8-1 victory at Accrington Stanley means they now host FC United of Manchester, who defeated Tranmere Rovers 5-0. Meanwhile Altrincham won 3-1 against Accrington Girls & Ladies and they have landed a home tie with Didsbury Ladies, who scored a notable 4-2 victory over local rivals West Didsbury & Ladies.
 
Shifnal Town won 4-2 away to Wyrley Women and booked themselves a trip to Droitwich Spa. Stockingford AA Pavilion meanwhile beat Stourbridge 2-1 and their next opponents will be Coventry Sphinx, who ousted AFC Telford Utd by the same scoreline after extra time.
 
Leek Town emerged as winners from one of the ties of the day, 4-3 away to Kidderminster Harriers and they will be on their travels again in the next round, to Shrewsbury Town who beat Tamworth 3-2. Sutton Coldfield Town were also 3-2 victors against Coundon Court and this has earned them a home meeting with Solihull Sporting, who had a smoother passage with a 7-1 victory over Rugby Town.
 
Arnold Eagles had a successful trip to Sherwood Women, scoring seven times without reply, and their reward is a home tie with Northwich Vixens who defeated Bury FC Women 13-2. Oadby &Wigston won 5-1 against Lincoln Moorlands Railway to earn themselves a meeting with Crewe Alexandra, whose journey to Wythenshawe Amateurs resulted in an 8-0 win.
 
Chesterfield notched up one of the biggest wins of the day, a twelve goal blast against Lutterworth Athletic, next up for the Spireites will be Cookley Sports, who beat Kingfisher 4-2. Peterborough Utd went two better as they found the net fourteen times against Thrapston Town, which sets up an intriguing tie in the next round against Oughtibridge WM who were narrow 2-1 victors against Sheffield Wednesday.
 
Woodlands Ladies were 4-1 winners at Arnold Town and next face Hykeham Town, who went through with a crushing 11-1 success against Coalville Town. Rise Park were 3-2 extra time winners against Notts County and they will be home again in the next round to Grimsby Borough, who returned from AFC Leicester with a 3-1 victory.
 
Leicester City Ladies, 2-1 winners at Dronfield Town, now host Port Vale who defeated Knowle 8-1. Solihull Ladies Utd meanwhile won 5-3 away to Kidsgrove Athletic to set up a home tie in the next round against Loughborough Students. A 9-0 victory away to Worksop Town has earned Mansfield Town a meeting with Crusaders, 5-2 victors over Sandwell Ladies.
 
Becky Shephard was on target four times, Olivia Steele weighed in with a hat-trick and Lucy Edmeades was also on target as Harlow Town won 8-0 at AFC Sudbury, Harlow will be at home in the next round, to King's Lynn Town who triumphed 3-1 away to Haverhill Rovers.
 
Newmarket Town will be their next opponents, after an Annabel Cuthbert brace and Lauren Deller saw them to a 3-1 success away to Netherton Utd and they now face Watford Development, who defeated Hemel Hempstead 4-2. Histon were narrow 1-0 winners at St Ives Town and have been rewarded with a home tie against St Albans Ladies, who scored five times without reply against Hartham Utd.
 
Colney Heath were another team to win on their travels, 3-1 against Bedford Ladies thanks to Samaira Khan, Charlene Moreton and Sheree Oliver. They will be home this time in the next round, to Royston Town who were 4-1 winners over Wodson Park with strikes from Hayley Eldred, Emma Slater, Sammy Tinsley and Ellie Wilkerson.
 
Dionne Umeh scored the only goal of the game, two minutes from time, to give AFC Dunstable victory over Houghton Athletic. Their next opponents will be Bowers & Pitsea, 6-1 victors at Hitchin Belles courtesy of an Ebony Moore hat-trick, Megan Harley double and an own goal.
 
Luton Town progressed smoothly with a seven-goal victory over Leigh Ramblers thanks to Jess McKay (2), Funmi Babalola, Rebecca Ferris, Dionne Manning, Kiki Christofi and Leah Tomlin. Their next opponents are Bungay Town, who scored fifteen without reply past Riverside LFC.
 
Beth Bygrave and Emily Leach each scored twice along with Grace Birchall and Kayleigh Holloway, as Wroxham defeated Kettering Town 6-2. They will be at home to Wymondham Town who scored five times without reply at Fulbourn Institute Bluebirds, courtesy of a goal apiece from Mollie O'Callaghan, Sarah Payne, Freya Symonds, Summer Ward and Hannah Waters.
 
Natasha Nelson and Sherelle Walters both scored twice for Victoire Ladies as they edged out Herne Bay by the odd goal in seven after extra time. Victoire are now at home to Islington Borough, for whom Cameron Williams grabbed the only goal of the game in their 1-0 success at Sutton Utd. Clapham Community made it safely through with a 6-3 victory over Margate and will be up against Oakwood Ladies, 6-1 winners against AFC Littlehampton.
 
New London Lionesses have enjoyed Cup runs in each of the past two seasons but this time they have gone out at the Preliminary Round stage, going down 3-1 to Fulham whose goals came from Alice Curr (2) and Katie Foster. Fulham now take on Mole Valley, scorers of seven past Bexhill Utd thanks to Ella Bale (2), Charlotte Blunt (2), Tanya Dady, Ishbel Zuurmond and an own goal.
 
Rebecca Wyatt was on target four times for Ashford Ladies in their 11-0 victory over Long Lane. Abbey Davies, Yasmin Howard and Kayleigh Weeding added doubles and Karis Howard was also on target for Ashford whose next opponents are Eastbourne Town, who triumphed 2-1 away to Godalming Town, courtesy of a brace from Molly Hill.
 
Alicia Gibbs, Megan Mansfield, Rachel Stevens, Sarah White and Isabelle Michalski were the markswomen for Dartford as they ran out 5-0 winners over Hackney and they now take on Newhaven, for whom Katie Franks (2), Lucy Collinson, Paige Ripley and Georgia Collier all scored in their 5-1 success against Steyning Town Community.
 
Sammy Burdus netted twice and Maria Tavares added the other for Regents Park Rangers as they won 3-1 at Meridian. Their next opponents will be Wycombe Wanderers, for whom Tara Woodward scored five times in their 14-0 success away to Wantage Town. Charlotte Bagshaw and Chante Inniss both added doubles along with Christina O'Connor, Natalie Barette, Samantha Jackson, Alix Todd and Sarah Harrison.
 
Chloe Sampson kept up her good goalscoring form by bagging a five-goal haul in their 11-0 victory over Wargrave Ladies. Anna Maria Dzyadyk weighed in with a hat-trick and the total was completed by Carla Perez, Kasha Petit and Ailish Carolan. Next up for QPR will be Abbey Rangers, who eliminated Hampton & Richmond Borough on penalties after the teams had shared a 3-3 draw. Rebecca Burtenshaw (2) and Laura Hobbs scored the goals for Abbey.
 
Abingdon Utd ended the hopes of Brentford with a 7-0 victory, Amy Pipe scoring twice along with Sahara Osbourne-Ricketts, Charlotte Deeley, Kiera Isaac, Molly Lygo-Jackson and Sadie Timbs. They will be at home to Aylesford who won a tight tie 2-1 after extra time against Dulwich Hamlet, Beth Hulme netting a late, late winner to add to Rebecca Barr's earlier strike.
 
Sara Walker, Maisie Gibb, Rona Wignall, Nia Lewis and Karli Povey accounted for the goals as Tunbridge Wells Foresters won 5-1 away to Milford & Witley (see match report). They will be at home in the next round to Phoenix Sports, 6-1 winners over Haringey Borough with a goal apiece from Mika Keen, Emily Laker, Phoebe Murton, Jemma Witchlow, Hannah Baker and Ayo Shokunbi.
 
Abingdon Town joined their neighbours in the next round by winning 3-2 away to Ascot Utd, courtesy of a goal apiece from Zoe Barnes, Isi Meade and Elisha Cox. Town's next opponents will be Walton Casuals, 2-1 victors at Banbury Utd with strikes from Molly Jones and Bernice Tully.
 
Ashford Town (Middx) came through another tough tie for the second successive round, this time beating Oxford City 5-2. Alissa Down was on target twice along with Lavana Neufville, Ashleigh Harte and Jade Johnson. Next up will be fellow London & South East League side Saltdean Utd, who were 4-2 winners away to Burgess Hill Town thanks to Naomi Robinson, Georgia Ungoed, Olivia Walker and Dayna Kingshott.
 
Shanklin were 1-0 winners over Alton Utd and will be at home to Sherborne Town, who powered through with a 10-0 victory over Keynsham Town Development. Olivia Watts and Demi Agar each scored a hat-trick along with one apiece from Elisha Jacks, Jemma Tewkesbury, Laura Wensley and Chantelle Mitchell. AFC Bournemouth meanwhile ran out 6-0 winners against Feniton and the Cherries will be at home to New Milton Town, who beat Newbury Ladies 3-1.
 
Wootton Bassett Town proved to be too strong for Chipping Sodbury Town on the day, scoring seven times without reply. Madeline Elliott (2), Hannah Gulliver (2), Hayley Huckin (2) and Eloise Hayward accounted for the goals for Bassett who are now up against Torquay Utd, 3-0 winners against RNAS Culdrose with Charlotte Dymond netting twice and Laura Shaw adding the other.
 
Marine Academy Plymouth were taken all the way to extra time by AFC St Austell before the Cornwall Leagye side's resistance was finally broken when Sam Drewery scored the only goal of the game. Marine will now play Almondsbury who were 2-0 victors over Longlevens with strikes from Maddie Wood and Sophie Mitchell.
 
Portishead Town had a good trip to Swindon Spitfires where they ran out 7-1 winners. Shannon Holloway, Nat Zajcaczkowski and Molly Yeatman all scored twice, with Emily Lindsay also on target for Portishead whose next opponents will be Middlezoy Rovers. They defeated Weston-super-Mare 4-1. Chloe Snook bagged two of the goals and she was joined on the scoresheet by Georgia Coles and Chelsea Day.
 
Ilminster Town produced a good display in winning 4-0 away to AEK Boco, Colette Martin netting twice along with Sarah Miller and Abbie Carslake. The Somerset side will be at home in the next round to Moneyfields, narrow 2-1 winners at Eastleigh with goals from Beth Burgess and Sophie Kingsley-Smith.
 
Winchester City Flyers were taken to extra time by Bournemouth Sports before eventually emerging as 3-1 victors, Hannah Chaffey netting a brace and Libby O'Dell the other. Winchester now host Bideford who won 5-2 against St Agnes. The Cornish side led by two goals at the break but a second half fightback from Bideford saw Beth Ellis hit a hat-trick, with Rohana Little and Poppy Cloke adding the others.
 

 
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