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Ipswich through to quarter finals
Ipswich Town will carry the flag for the FA Women's National League in the quarter finals of the Vitality Women's FA Cup, following a dramatic victory over league rivals Southampton FC Women on Sunday, which takes them into the last eight for the first time in their history.
The Tractor Girls were penalty shootout winners over the Saints after the teams had fought out a 1-
When it came to penalties though, it was Rendell's counterpart Sarah Quantrill's turn to perform heroics as she saved kicks from Lucia Kendall and Katie Rood to give Ipswich a 4-
Ipswich have been rewarded with a home tie in the quarter finals against West Ham Utd, who came through a closely fought tie of their own away to Reading FC Women. This match was also goalless after ninety minutes and this time, extra time was to produce a winner, with Dagny Brynjarsdottir giving the Hammers a 1-
Holders Chelsea eased into the last eight on the back of a 7-
Chelsea will be at home in the quarter finals to Birmingham City, who came through a tough tie away to Durham Women with a 1-
Arsenal were another side to have an awkward trip, going to runaway FA Women's Championship leaders Liverpool. Three goals in fifteen first half minutes made things a lot more comfortable for the Gunners; after Caitlin Foord had opened the scoring, Katie McCabe netted the second with a stunning volley and Foord further extended their lead two minutes later. Kim Little put the seal on the victory in the second half, completing a 4-
The Gunners will now play Coventry Utd, the last remaining team from the Championship, who progressed via a 4-
Manchester City staged a second half fightback to run out 4-
The Cityzens have been paired with Everton who were 2-