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West Bromwich Albion marched into the last sixteen with a 6-1 victory over Burton Albion. Former Burton striker Jade Arber was to haunt her old club as she scored five of the six goals. Millie Rogers was also on target for Albion, with Natasha Rothery netting a consolation in reply.
Joining them in the next round are Maidenhead Utd, who came away from Cambridge Utd with a 1-0 win under their belts, courtesy of a solitary goal from Simone O'Brien.
Northern Premier Division
Only one match managed to survive the weather in the division over the weekend and it saw Nottingham Forest continue their good run of form with a 5-2 victory over Hull City. Precious Hamilton hit a first half hat-trick to take her league tally for the season so far to 14 and Bolu Fisher added a fourth in first half injury time, with Harley Skinner having replied for Hull. Rebecca Rayner further increased Forest's lead a minute after the break, before Rachael Ackroyd netted a consolation for the visitors. The win was Forest's seventh in eight games in all competitions and takes them into fourth place in the table.
Southern Premier Division
Crawley Wasps are back on top of the table following their 2-0 victory away to Milton Keynes Dons. However they left it late to take the points in a dramatic ending to the game, Hope Nash giving Crawley the lead in the dying minutes and Rachel Palmer adding a second in injury time.
Cardiff City Ladies produced their biggest win of the season when beating Hounslow Women 6-1 and move back into fourth place as a result. Nadia Lawrence and Grace Horrell each scored twice for Cardiff and there was one apiece from Kelly Isaac and Morgan Rogers, with Hounslow's consolation coming from Sue Kumaning.
Gillingham built on a midweek draw with Crawley Wasps by beating Oxford Utd 2-1 and this has returned them into a mid-table position. Vicky Ashton-Jones and Ellie Jeffkins - who finished the game in goal due to an injury - gave the Gills a two-goal lead before Oxford pulled one back late on through a Georgia Timms penalty.
Keynsham Town got themselves off the mark and ended their six match run of defeats by beating Chichester City 2-1. Ellie Curson's first half goal for Keynsham was cancelled out by Sharna Capel-Watson but Curson netted her second with twenty minutes remaining to seal a result which takes her side out of the bottom two.
Division One South East
The fixture schedule in this division was reduced to just a single game, at Stevenage Women where the home side continued their improving form by running out 5-2 winners over Kent Football Utd, a result which lifts them up into a mid-table position. Amy Makewell netted two of the goals for Stevenage and she was joined on the scoresheet by Chloe Gunn, Erin Pope and Lucy Webster, with Shannon Burden and Chloe Francis replying.
Division One South West
After a run of five straight defeats, Brislington got off the mark when they fought out a 1-1 draw with Buckland Athletic, who ended a losing run of their own. Buckland did take an eighth minute lead through Emily Hannaford, with Brislington hitting back after the break to earn themselves a share of the spoils thanks to Paige Sawyer. It could have been even better on the day for Brislington but Anusia Rourke saw a penalty saved by Buckland goalkeeper Abbi Bond.
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