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 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 18 Jan 2020
Huddersfield Town are through to the last four of the Reserve Section League Cup after running out 7-3 winners away to Durham Women on Sunday. Macy Ellis led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Emma Samways, Sian Gibrill-Keating, Cassidy Clift and Emily Brett. Crystal Palace join them in the semi finals after Mia Lockett scored the only goal of the game in their win at Watford U23. Amy McLean (2), Charlotte Murphy (2) and Aurora Ryan were the markswomen for Milton Keynes Dons in their 5-3 victory away to London City Lionesses.
Coventry Utd stormed into the Reserve League Plate semi finals as they defeated Norwich City 10-1. Maxine Borden hit a hat-trick and there were two by Zoe Creaney, with one apiece from Rhea Bailey, Layla Hart, Amelia Shiner, Ellie White and Felicity Limage. Joanna Butler-Williams and Nicola Russell each bagged hat-tricks and Emily Gunn was also on target for Loughborough Foxes in their 7-1 victory away to Sporting Khalsa. Ellie Chaffe netted twice along with Jess Tanner, Laura da Silva and Sophie Lee for Southampton FC as they won 5-2 against Gillingham.
In North Division Two, Liverpool Feds moved themselves towards one point of the leadership by beating Burnley FC Women 4-0. Abbie Wyke netted twice and she was joined on the scoresheet by Kenzie Guido and Rosie Kinvig. Ellie Beevers hit a hat-trick for Barnsley but had to settle for a share of the spoils as they drew 3-3 with Sheffield FC, who gained their first point courtesy of a Stephanie Smith brace and Isabel Sullivan.
AFC Wimbledon completed a good day for their club in the South Division as they defeated Charlton Athletic U21 2-1. Ashleigh Marchant and Charlotte Flood scored the goals for Wimbledon, with Logan O'Shea replying.
One match was also played in the South East Division, Billericay Town winning 8-1 away to AFC Basildon. Freya Fuller led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Amelie Johnson added a brace, while Rebecca Dunning and Rosie Richards were also on target.

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