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FA Women's Cup under way again
 Women's Football News 7 Sep 2007
FA Women's Cup under way again - 7 Sep 2007Penrith Utd booked themselves a First Round Qualifying home tie against Wigan Ladies, thanks to a 5-1 victory away to Bolton Ambassadors. 
Bury Girls & Ladies are also through, they defeated Windscale 3-1 and now face fellow North West League side Wirral Ladies.
Nottingham Utd won 1-0 against Heather St John, a result which means they will meet Mansfield Town in the next round. Bourne Utd (formerly Florence) were also 1-0 winners, they now take on Birmingham Athletic.
Copsewood Coventry notched up the biggest win of the day, scoring fifteen without reply against Tamworth Lionesses. Copsewood now play at home to Allscott. Bedford Ladies meanwhile were 9-0 winners away to Kingsthorpe, earning themselves a home tie against Kettering Town. Vicky Mawdsley bagged a hat-trick, Vicky Vickery weighed in with two and there was a goal apiece from Carissa Kaczorowksi, Marsha Glass, Liliane Fernandes and Lucy Esposito.
Bryony Lynch, Rhianne Slater and Abi Morahan all netted twice, with Kierra Gabriel also on te scoresheet for Brentwood Town in their 7-1 victory away to Rayleigh Raiders and they now face an all-Essex tie in the First Round Qualifying, against Saffron Walden Town who defeated Garston 3-2 thanks to Amanda Potter, Amie Jones and Sharon Harrison.
Only one of the matches went to extra time, at Crowborough Athletic where visitors Haywards Heath Town emerged as 4-1 winners. Mica Saunders gave Haywards Heath a 16th minute lead which was soon cancelled out by Hannah Marshall and there was no further scoring until the extra period where Mel Bramley netted twice in quick succession and Jo Ashworth also found the net to book Haywards Heath a home tie against Sheerness East.
Debbie Burgess scored a hat-trick and Debbie Blackmore added the other as Canterbury City claimed an impressive 4-0 victory away to Bexhill Utd and will be at home in the next round. Canterbury's opponents will be Rottingdean Village who scored six without reply at Eastbourne Town. Hannah Hewlett and Lauren Sandford were both on target twice along with Keeley Gunn and Hope Hawkins.
Havant & Waterlooville were one of the longest lasting County League sides in last season's competition and this year, as a Regional League club, have started well again. Samantha Stone netted a goal in each half, with Claire Ham and Kaylee Edwards also finding the net as Havant won 4-0 away to Tooting & Mitcham Utd and their next opponents will be Upper Beeding at home.
Brize Norton claimed a good 2-0 win away to Banbury Utd to earn themselves a trip to Newbury Ladies & Girls. Penzance meanwhile saw off the challenge of Launceston with a 7-1 victory and they face another Jaipur Cornwall League club, Saltash Utd, in the next round. Amber Grose (2), Rose Knuckey, Becky Hall, Katie Barker, Linda Webb and Claire Boyd scored the Magpies' goals.
Photo - Crowborough Athletic's Natalie Bungay (right) plays the ball forward despite the attentions from Cath Diffey of Haywards Heath Town (www.jamesprickett.co.uk).

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