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Women’s FA Cup
Darwen FC Women went through to the Third Round as they beat Leeds Utd on a penalty shootout, after the teams had shared a 1-
Coundon Court also claimed a National League scalp, winning 2-
Durham Cestria caused an upset when they won 1-
Sarah Hassanin led the scoring with a hat-
The ‘Battle of the Magpies’ went with form as Newcastle Utd ran out 5-
Worcester City hosted Milton Keynes Dons at the Sixways Stadium and gave a good account of themselves as the visitors recorded a 3-
Nottingham Forest were pushed all the way by Sporting Khalsa but made it through with a 3-
West Bromwich Albion were taken to extra time by a brave Needham Market performance, before the Eastern Region League side’s resistance was finally broken by three goals. Mariam Mahmood opened the scoring seven minutes into the extra period, before Simran Jhamat and a Mahmood penalty put the seal on a 3-
Hull City continued their Cup run as they won 3-
Chatham Town meanwhile narrowly got the better of AFC Wimbledon and set up a Third Round trip to Crystal Palace by winning a nine-
Dulwich Hamlet had provided the result of the First Round and faced another Southern Premier Division team in the form of Billericay Town and gave a good account of themselves as the Essex side went through with a 2-
Cheltenham Town came from a goal behind at the break to beat Exeter City 3-
Luton Town are through to the Second Round following their 5-
Portsmouth scored seven times without reply past Ebbsfleet Utd. Beth Lumsden, Georgie Freeland and Sophie Quirk all scored twice for Pompey, with Emma Jones adding the other goal. This sets Portsmouth up with a mouthwatering Third Round tie at home to South Coast arch rivals Southampton.
Plymouth Argyle won 4-
Ipswich Town ran out 8-
Moneyfields continued their Cup run with a 3-
Swindon Town hosted AFC Bournemouth at the County Ground and took the lead ten minutes before half time, via an Annabelle Colston penalty. They remained in front until Gemma McGuinness levelled the scores with fifteen minutes remaining and the turnaround was completed in injury time, when Chloe Gilroy netted the winner for the Cherries who are now up against Championship high fliers Charlton Athletic.
There was drama in Keynsham Town’s delayed First Round home tie against Marine Academy Plymouth, after the home side had raced into a three-
The other First Round tie that was still to be played turned out to be another thriller as Southampton Women managed to edge out Brentford 4-