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Salisbury City are one of only two County League sides remaining in the F.A.Women's Cup after a 2-1 extra time victory over Havant & Waterlooville.
Taz Pitman netted from the penalty spot and Nikki Barnes was also on target for the Hampshire League outfit who will be at home again in the Third Round Qualifying, to Eastbourne Borough who defeated Haywards Heath Town 3-1.
The other remaining County League team are Braintree Town, who won 3-0 at Harpenden Colts, with Paula Drane, Zoe Rushen and Lynsey Warren scoring, and are now at home to Denham Utd who scored seven without reply against London Women.
Sue Elrington (2), Nicki Wilde, Becky Taylor and an own goal helped Barnsley run out 5-1 winners at Kirklees to earn themselves a home tie with Radcliffe Olympic, who defeated Oadby Town 7-1.
Nikki Berko led the scoring with four goals, Samantha Jones and Amy Butterworth adding the others as Blackpool Wren Rovers raced to a 6-1 success away to Bury Girls & Ladies, they now face Blyth Spartans who edged out Spennymoor Town 3-2 after extra time.
Morley Spurs have made an impressive start to the season and that continued with a 7-2 victory over Huddersfield Town. Natalie Firth and Vicky Burton each netted doubles, with one each from Sarah Jones, Carla Woods and Bryony Parker. They will now play Liverpool Feds who ended the hopes of Wigan by beating them 3-2.
Darlington RA defeated York City 3-1 with a goal apiece from Emma McIntosh, Natalie Wrangham and Kerry Stephenson and they will play Whitley Bay who notched up another Cup win, 2-0 away to Team Northumbria, Laura Darmody scoring both their goals.
Donna Nicholls bagged a hat-trick and Claire Knibbs the other two as Peterborough scored five without reply away to Cambridge Utd to earn themselves a home tie against Norwich City, 4-2 winners over Cambridge University.
Birmingham Athletic held their nerve to overcome Fairfield Villa on penalties after the sides had shared a 2-2 draw. Birmingham's reward is to be drawn against Friar Lane & Epworth who had a much smoother passage, winning 6-1 at Nottingham Utd. Stella Holyland led the scoring for Friar Lane with a hat-trick, Rochelle Shakes added two and Stevie Hardy completed the tally.
Copsewood (Coventry)'s excellent Cup form continued with a 3-1 victory over Stratford Town, they now face Solihull Ladies who beat Lichfield Diamonds on penalties.
Rolls Royce Leisure scored eight without reply away to West Bridgford, with a four-goal blast from Sue Braddock leading the way. Janine Willows, Emily Clare, Tania Vere and Charlotte Saunders were also on target. They now take on Rise Park, who defeated Buxton 2-0.
Dagenham & Redbridge recorded the biggest win of the round, an 11-0 victory over Basildon Utd to earn themselves a home tie with Corby S & L whose match with Bedford Ladies went to penalties where Corby were winners after the game finished 3-3. Rachel Adkin, Anne-Marie Reid and Natasha Walker had netted for Corby during the match.
Brentwood Town came away from Billericay Town with a 1-0 victory, Bryony Lynch scoring the only goal of the game, and their next opponents will be London Colney whose game saw many more goals, the London & South East League side beating Hoddesdon Owls 8-3.
Don't mention the name Carly to anyone at Hannakins right now - they were beaten 7-2 after extra time by Barking for whom Carly Vigors and Carly Copplestone scored hat-tricks, and Carly Brewster the other! The Essex side have set up a home tie with Arlesey Town who defeated Daventry Town 4-0 thanks to Sarah Talyer, Katie Baldwin, Libby Pennett and Karen Clark.
Newbury Ladies & Girls won 6-1 away to Burnham, thanks to a Caz Harkness hat-trick, Kendall Gilmour, Elli Reed and Leanne Creese, and they will now host Long Lane who were 2-0 victors at Battersea.
Petts Wood stormed to a 4-1 victory at Hendon and they will host Horley Town, 6-1 winners away to Aldershot Town. Rose Hooks and Lisa Price put Horley ahead at half time, with Andrea Dunn netting twice and further goals coming from Shellie Villette and Kerry Tagg.
A 20-yard strike from Jules Teague, fifteen minutes from time, earned Ebbsfleet Utd a 1-0 win away to Canterbury City to book themselves a home tie against Slough.
Libby Suchley (2), Michelle Turner, Elly Maggs, Tracy Marlow and Angela Barton netted the goals as Bracknell Town ended the Cup run of Carterton with a 6-0 victory and they are now at home to Acton Sports Club, who defeated Tottenham Hotspur 3-1. Claire Stocks headed Acton in front with Kim Jerray-Silver scoring a 30-yard free kick and Carla Williams adding the third from the penalty spot.
Larkhall Athletic's interest in the FA Women's Cup is over for another year as they were beaten 6-0 by a strong Penzance side. Katie Barker and Clare Boyd each netted twice for the Magpies with Becky Hall and Linda Webb also on target. The Cornish side travel to Cullompton Rangers, 6-0 winners over Taunton Town, in the Third Round Qualifying this Sunday. Emma Redwood scored a hat-trick for Cullompton, with one apiece from Kim Betlan, Catherine Wright and Josie Copp.
Poole Town were the other South West League side to record a victory, Rebecca Miles, Justine Mosley and Leanne Masters all scoring to give them a 3-0 success at Ilminster Town and a home tie against Oxford City who won 4-0 against Henley Town.
Photo - The Carly factor - Barking's goalscorers Carly Vigors, Carly Copplestone and Carly Brewster.
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