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St Albans Ladies claimed a Regional League scalp when they won 4-0 at Histon and they have been rewarded with a tie against Cambridge City.
Jessica McNamara gave them the lead on the stroke of half time and the Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire League side went on to crown the win with second half strikes from Holly Williams, Kayla Johnson and Sophie Hull.
Sarah Snare scored twice, with Sharne Douglas and Jodie Harden also on target, as Ashford Ladies ran out 4-1 winners over Eastbourne Town. The South East League side have drawn a plum home tie against AFC Wimbledon. Phoenix Sports meanwhile will go to AFC Basildon following their 4-1 success at Tunbridge Wells Foresters, courtesy of goals from Mika Keen (2), Lia Skingley and Grace Laverick.
Oakwood Ladies are a third surviving team from the South East League after they won at Clapton Community. They now go to Queen's Park Rangers who kept up their winning start to the season by scoring eight times against Abbey Rangers. Amelia Cutler and Melanie Hall each scored twice, along with one apiece from Carla Perez, Chloe Sampson and Laura Hennessey plus an own goal.
Five teams at County League level remain in the competition; Chloe Copsey, Carrie-Anne Layton, Fiona Smith and Tiana Thompson were all on the scoresheet as Islington Borough ran out 4-0 winners at Victoire Ladies and their next opponents will be Enfield Town.
Robyn Foster (2), Caitlin Bates, Sarah Rowbotham and Savanna Robson were on the scoresheet as Hartlepool Utd won 5-0 away to Yorkshire Amateur, they will now host Blackburn Community who beat Hepworth Utd 8-1. Redcar Town meanwhile defeated Bishop Auckland 2-0, goals from Kenzie Parkes and Jessica Round earning them a home tie against Norton & Stockton Ancients.
Harrogate Town defeated Fleetwood Town Wrens 5-0 to set up a home tie with Chorley, whilst South Shields were 1-0 winners away to Blyth Town and will travel to Leeds Utd in the next round. Mossley Hill meanwhile got the better of Sunderland West End on a penalty shootout after the teams had battled out a 4-4 draw, Mossley's reward is a meeting with Stockport County.
Ossett Utd scored seven away to Bridlington Rovers and will next be up against Durham Cestria. Eleanor Betteridge, Danielle Sidebottom and Chelsea Schofield all scored twice and Emily Starkie was also on target. Farsley Celtic meanwhile defeated Merseyrail Ladies 2-1 and now host Liverpool Feds.
Woodlands Ladies were narrow 2-1 winners over Hykeham Town and will now be up against Rise Park, who got past Grimsby Borough with a 3-2 victory. Mansfield Town beat Crusaders 4-2 to set themselves up with a clash against Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies.
Leek Town returned from Shrewsbury Town with a 3-1 victory and have been paired with Leicester City Ladies who edged past Port Vale, 3-2 after extra time. Shifnal Town meanwhile won 3-0 at Droitwich Spa and their task in the next round is a tough one, being drawn away to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Chesterfield will be up against Bedworth Utd following their 2-0 success against Cookley Sports, whilst Northwich Vixens triumphed 3-2 at Arnold Eagles and now face Altrincham, 4-2 winners over Didsbury Ladies, meaning that the North West League will be guaranteed at least one team to go through.
Sutton Coldfield Town eased to a 5-0 victory against Solihull Sporting and will be up against Solihull Ladies Utd in the next round, after they defeated Loughborough Students 2-1. Coventry Sphinx meanwhile won 5-1 at Stockingford AA Pavilion and now face Crewe Alexandra, 3-2 victors away to Oadby & Wigston.
Newmarket Town returned from Watford Development with a 2-0 win under their belts and are now at home to Luton Town, who scored six times without reply past Bungay Town. Jess McKay (2), Funmi Babalola, Zara Carroll, Dionne Manning and Eleanor Wade were all on scoresheet as Luton eased through. Peterborough Utd ran out 3-0 winners over Oughtibridge WMSC and will be away in the next round, to Stevenage Women.
Harlow Town maintained their good early season form by beating King's Lynn Town 3-1 with goals from Frances Gamble, Tayla Handscombe and Becky Shephard. Harlow will now face Wroxham who edged out Wymondham Town 3-2 thanks to Grace Birchall, Beth Bygrave and Amber Rowland. Rebecca Vass was on target four times, with Sammy Tinsley adding the other goal, to help Royston Town win 5-2 away to Colney Heath and they now travel to Ipswich Town.
Emma Newberry, Samantha Jackson and Katie Hudson were the markswomen for Wycombe Wanderers as they won 3-0 away to Regents Park Rangers. Wycombe must wait to find out who their next opponents will be, as they are at home to either Whyteleafe or Worthing Ladies.
Dartford have been rewarded with a plum home tie against Billericay Town following their 4-0 victory over Newhaven. Emily Read gave them the lead after ten minutes and Elizabeth Adams made it two on the stroke of half time, before Sarah White and Danielle Harrison netted further goals during the second half.
Bowers & Pitsea booked themselves a trip to Maidenhead Utd by knocking out AFC Dunstable on penalties, after the teams had shared a 2-2 draw. Danielle Styles netted both goals for Bowers, with Kathryn Light and Ella Claridge replying, before they triumphed 3-2 from the spot. Fulham ended the hopes of Mole Valley with a 5-1 victory and they will be at home again in the next round, to Saltdean Utd who recorded a fine 1-0 success away to Ashford Town (Middx), thanks to a goal from Naomi Robinson.
Abingdon Town edged out Walton Casuals 4-3 after extra time, courtesy of a goal apiece from Zoe Barnes, Taya McCalmon, Isi Meade and Sara Comley, to earn themselves a home tie with Chesham Utd. Abingdon Utd meanwhile will have a plum home tie against Leyton Orient after goals from Nell Boxall and Abbie Smith saw them to a 2-1 victory over Aylesford.
Sherborne Town recorded the highest result on the day, scoring twelve times against Shanklin. Jemma Tewkesbury bagged a five-goal haul and Olivia Watts a hat-trick with Demi Agar (2), Sarah Lewendon and Terri Trowbridge also getting on the scoresheet for the Dorset side who now play Exeter City.
Portishead Town got the better of Middlezoy Rovers, 3-1 after extra time, to set up a home tie with Wootton Bassett Town who defeated Torquay Utd 8-0 thanks to Madeline Elliott (2), Hayley Huckin (2), Hannah Gulliver (2), Lisa Coe and Grace Eagles. Francesca Thornton led the scoring with a hat-trick as Winchester City Flyers beat Bideford 9-3 to set up a meeting with Poole Town. Katie Johns, Libby O'Dell and Emily Woodshouse all hit doubles for the Hampshire side (see match report).
A goal midway through the second half from Isabel Scott earned Marine Academy Plymouth a 1-0 win against Almondsbury and a home tie with Southampton Women. Three extra time goals helped Moneyfields to a 4-1 victory away to Ilminster Town. Beth Burgess hit a hat-trick, including two in the extra period, and Katie Shorter scored the other to settle a well contested tie in favour of the Moneys, who are now at home to Larkhall Athletic.
Rebecca Miles scored four times and Meg Vella contributed a hat-trick as AFC Bournemouth racked up a ten-goal victory against New Milton Town. Maisy Smith weighed in with a brace and Imogen Wade-Palmer completed the scoring for the Cherries, who will be away in the next round to Swindon Town.
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