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 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 21 Dec 2019
Durham Women are through to the quarter finals of the Reserve Section League Cup after winning 2-1 away to Liverpool Feds. Rebecca Henderson and Mia Lawrence Kay put the Wildcats two ahead inside the opening quarter of the game, with Kenzie Guido replying for the Feds midway through the second half. Nottingham Forest meanwhile beat Derby County 4-1 in their local derby tie, Annabel McKechie netting twice for Forest along with Grace Walters and Claire Goater whilst Derby's consolation came from Dayna Randall. Lewes defeated Crystal Palace 4-2 with goals from Skye Bacon, Jonea Peter, Paula Howells and Kitty Chakley, Palace replying through Charli-Mae Goad and Ellie Johnson, whilst doubles from Shawna Harvey and Chenille Smith earned London City Lionesses a 4-3 win away to Charlton Athletic U21, who scored through Shamoy Campbell, Olivia Hembrough and Logan O'Shea. Milton Keynes Dons join them in the quarter finals after beating AFC Basildon 6-1 thanks to an Amy McLean hat-trick, Mollie Coupar (2) and Issie Smith.
In the League Plate, Sporting Khalsa booked their place in the last eight by beating Bradford City 3-0. Chloe Coldicott and Lauren Bannister gave Khalsa a two-goal lead at the break, before Paige Kavanagh netted the third. Amelia Shiner led the scoring with a hat-trick for Coventry Utd in their 5-0 victory over Chichester City, Rhea Bailey and Maxine Borden joining her on the scoresheet. Southampton FC went two better by scoring seven times without reply past Cardiff City Ladies, Laura Da Silva and Sophie Lee each hitting braces along with Jess Tanner, Georgina Lowe and Ellie Chaffe.
Chorley have opened up a lead of five points at the top of North Division One with a 3-2 victory against Middlesbrough. Kadie Morrison, Ellie Richardson and Abbie Mackay were all on target for Chorley, with Eve Gatens and Alicia Mutrie replying.

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