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Middlesbrough became the first team to make it through to the quarter finals and did so in style, running out 7-0 winners away to Stockport County, Tyler Dodds and Jasmine McQuade spearheaded the win as they netted a hat-trick apiece, with Eleanor Dale also on target for 'Boro.
Northern Premier Division
Fylde Women lifted themselves into the top half of the Northern Premier Division when they beat Loughborough Foxes 2-1. Ashleigh Hayes put the Coasters in front on the stroke of half time and Georgia Stevens added the second, midway through the second half. Anna Renken pulled one back for Loughborough with nine minutes remaining but Fylde held out for their third win of the season, whilst the Foxes remain third from bottom.
Southern Premier Division
One match was played in the division on Sunday and it saw the leadership change hands once again, with Watford returning to the top of the table after beating Keynsham Town 7-0. The visitors went into the game unbeaten in their previous three matches but a strong second half display carried Watford to victory, substitute Andrea Carid scoring twice along with Adekite Fatuga-Dada, Ryah Vyse, Katie O'Leary, Helen Ward and Ocean Rolandsen.
Division One North
Barnsley have extended their lead at the top to three points with a 2-1 victory away to Chester-le-Street Town. Nichole Havery put the Cestrians in front from the penalty spot midway through the first half but a second half brace from Laura Bartup turned matters around in Barnsley's favour.
Leeds Utd meanwhile continued their climb up the table and have now moved into second place following their 4-2 success at Durham Cestria. Rebecca Hunt netted twice for Leeds along with Bridie Hannon and Millie Kenyon, whilst Durham replied through Jordan Atkinson and Chloe Ryan.
Division One Midlands
Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies have climbed up to second after running out 7-1 winners over mid-table Leicester Utd. Amelia Kirk hit a hat-trick, Samantha White netted twice and the others came from Jade Grove and Jessica Lundie as BWM recorded the margin of victory they needed to move above Long Eaton Utd. Leicester's consolation goal came from Chantelle Robinson.
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