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Whitley on the Cup trail again
 Women's Football News 21 Sep 2007
Whitley Bay were the last surviving Regional League team in the F.A.Women's Cup last season and they have started well again, Kirsty Hunter (2), Helen Graham and Rachel Kay giving them a 4-1 win over Pelton Newfield and a trip to Team Northumbria in the Second Round Qualifying.
Blyth Spartans ran out 4-1 winners at Killingworth YPC and now travel to Spennymoor Town who defeated Lumley 3-0. Darlington RA were one of three teams to hit 11 goals on Sunday, beating Glendale 11-2 and they now host York City who won 6-1 against Norton & Stockton Ancients.
A 4-1 victory over Wirral Ladies means that Bury Girls & Ladies are now home to Blackpool Wren Rovers, who defeated Denton Town 4-0. Liverpool Feds came away from Bolton Wanderers with a good 4-2 win, they now face Wigan Ladies who won 5-3 at Penrith Utd after extra time.
Huddersfield Town narrowly edged out Sheffield FC 2-1 and their next opponents will be Morley Spurs, 5-3 extra time winners at Keighley thanks to Vicky Burton's hat-trick plus goals from Natalie Firth and Bryony Parker. Barnsley defeated Ossett Albion 3-1 to earn themselves a trip to Kirklees, Sue Elrington, Nicki Wilde and Holleigh Marsh were on target.
Radcliffe Olympic beat Winterton Rangers by the odd goal in seven and they are at home in the next round, to Oadby Town who were 2-0 winners over Loughborough Dynamo. Rise Park won 5-1 against Sandiacre Town to book a home tie with Buxton, who beat Huncote S & SC on penalties after the teams had shared a 3-3 draw.
A four-goal haul from Stacey Pearce and others from Samantha Twells and Natasha Murray saw Nottingham Utd home in what was perhaps the tightest game of the day, a 6-5 success over Mansfield Town, and they will be hosting Friar Lane & Epworth. West Bridgford meanwhile claimed an excellent 2-1 success at Linby and the Nottinghamshire League have a tough home tie with Rolls Royce Leisure who defeated Loughborough Foxes 4-2. Sue Braddock scored a hat-trick for Rolls Royce and Tania Vere completed the victory.
Birmingham Athletic claimed a good 1-0 win at Bourne Utd and they now face Fairfield Villa, 4-1 victors over Rugby Town. Debra Harris scored twice for Fairfield, with one apiece from Anna Morgan and Laura Donnelly.
Solihull Ladies moved through with a 4-1 success against Dudley Utd and they will play Lichfield Diamonds. Copsewood Coventry notched up another good win, 6-0 over Allscott, next up for them is a home tie with Stratford Town who defeated Leamington 3-1 thanks to a goal apiece from Lisa Taylor-Phillips, Melissa Ball and Cara Williams.
Cambridge Utd ran out 11-0 winners over March Town Utd and now play Peterborough who were given a hard game by West Lynn before emerging as 4-3 winners. Fran Lambert's double and Jenna Thurtle accounted for the goals for Norwich City, 3-1 victors against Woodbridge Town, to book a tie with Cambridge University who beat Haverhill Rovers 4-0. Arlesey Town won 2-0 against Kings Sports and will play Daventry Town, 4-1 victors away to Leighton Linslade. Kerry Lucket scored a hat-trick for Daventry, with Jen Johnston also on target.
Corby S & L registered the biggest victory of the day, 12-0 over Thorplands Utd. Their reward is a tie with Bedford Ladies who were narrow 3-2 victors against Kettering Town. Barking defeated Tring Athletic 2-0 and they now host Hannakins who won 3-2 at Royston Town.
Dagenham & Redbridge won 1-0 away to Hemel Hempstead Town, Sara Sinclair scoring the only goal of the game, and will play the winners of the local derby tie between Basildon Utd and C & K Basildon which was abandoned due to a serious injury. London Colney defeated Stevenage Borough 5-0 and now take on Hoddesdon Owls who came away from Runwell Hospital with a 3-1 victory. Maria Boyce and Lisa Robins scored as Billericay Town won 2-0 against Chelmsford City and play Brentwood Town, 5-1 victors over Saffron Walden Town.
Denham Utd won 3-1 at Tower Hamlets to book a home tie with London Women who edged out Comets 3-2. Hendon triumphed on penalties against Haringey Borough after the teams shared six goals and they now play Petts Wood, who kept up their good form by beating Dynamo North London 3-1.
Claire Summers and T Balogun were on the scoresheet as Battersea narrowly got the better of Brentford by 2-0 and now face Long Lane who were 3-1 winners at Hampstead. Harpenden's debut in the Cup saw them beat Thurrock & Tilbury on penalties and the young side now play Braintree Town, who defeated Harlow Athletic 6-0 including doubles from Paula Drane and Zoe Rushen. Cara Williams scored twice and Linda Fox the other as Acton SC moved through with a 3-1 victory over Corinthian Casuals whilst Tottenham Hotspur were 4-3 winners away to Staines Town. Rosi Webb (2), Vicci Pritchard and Jade Perrin were on the scoresheet for Spurs as they came from 3-1 behind to win.
Debbie Burgess and Avril Spary each netted twice as Canterbury City kept up their good run by beating Rottingdean 4-1 after extra time and they now have a Kent derby match with Ebbsfleet Utd, 6-2 winners at Ashford Girls. Eastbourne Borough won 3-1 away to Dover Athletic and will host Haywards Heath Town.
Aldershot Town hit six without reply at Abbey Rangers and will host Horley Town who defeated Littlehampton Town on penalties. Salisbury City also won on spot kicks, against Woking, earning the Hampshire League side a home tie with Havant & Waterlooville who were 8-0 winners over Upper Beeding. Wycombe Wanderers also scored eight without reply against Tetbury Town and will play Slough who came away from Marlow with a 6-2 success. Kate Norman and Becky Cancea each scored twice, with one apiece from Sara Di Bonito and Amey Baker.
Burnham were 2-1 winners at Chinnor and will play Newbury Girls & Ladies who defeated Brize Norton 11-1. Ayala Liran scored twice and Elly Maggs the other as Bracknell Town beat MK Wanderers 3-1 to earn an away tie at Carterton. Oxford City won 2-0 at Gloucester City and now host Henley Town, 3-0 winners against Woodley Saints. Lou Lloyd netted twice for Henley and Charlotte Mullins the other.
New signing Lucy Kember was on target five times as Larkhall Athletic won 8-0 against Barnstaple Town. Nicki O'Connell contributed a double and Jodie Whaley completed the scoring for Larkhall who now travel to Penzance. Lauren Hosking scored a hat-trick for the Magpies with others from Katie Barker (2), Linda Webb, Rose Knuckey and Julie Lawrence as they defeated Saltash Utd 8-1. Cullompton Rangers were another team to score eight times, against St Blazey. Josie Copp and Cath Wright each netted twice, along with Emma Redwood, Rachael Javan, Jess Hooper and Voni Cockram. Cullompton are now at home to Taunton Town, for whom Vicky Perkins bagged a hat-trick in their 6-1 victory over Weymouth. Anika Russ, Elle Hewton and Mandy Smith were also on target. Poole Town moved into the next round by beating Alphington 5-2. Dee Cracknell scored twice and there was one apiece from Sam Gubb, Justine Mosley and Rebecca Miles for Poole who will travel to the winners of the game between Keynsham Town Development and Ilminster Town.

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