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Salisbury City are the last remaining County League in the competition this season and they booked their place in the First Round Proper with a 6-1 victory over Eastbourne Borough.
Sylvia Vaskova grabbed a hat-trick for Salisbury along with from Kaz Pitman, Nikki Barnes and an own goal.
The Hampshire County League will be on their travels in the First Round, going to Oxford City who also hit six goals, without reply away to Poole Town. Steph Kubat led the scoring with a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Michele Ewins, Steph Mobbs and Katie Totton.
Stand-in goalkeeper Lauren Bates emerged as the unlikely hero as Barking moved through at the expense of Arlesey Town. Carly Vigors had given Barking an early lead before Arlesey equalised late on and the match went into a penalty shootout where Bates, who had replaced injury victim Lucy Blurton earlier in the game, saved two spot kicks as Barking gave themselves a trip to AFC Wimbledon.
Radcliffe Olympic won 1-0 at Barnsley and have been handed a plum home draw against Wolverhampton Wanderers. Shelley Smith scored the only goal of the game for Radcliffe, via a second half penalty.
Blackpool Wren Rovers kept up their good start to the season with a 3-0 victory over Blyth Spartans. Nikki Berko scored twice and Jacey Samson added the other for Blackpool who now play at home to Whitley Bay.
Vicky Burton netted the only goal of the game as Morley Spurs maintained their winning run by beating Liverpool Feds 1-0. Next up for the North East League high fliers will be Combination opposition, as they have been drawn against Scunthorpe Utd.
Norwich City won 3-1 at Peterborough to earn themselves a home tie with West Bromwich Albion whilst Copsewood (Coventry) ran up another big score in an F.A.Cup tie this season, beating Solihull Ladies 6-1. Nicola Foskett was on target twice along with Leanne McKenna, Rebecca Green, Ria Baker and Amanda Walley for Copsewood who are now at home to Alfreton Town.
Friar Lane & Epworth will face Derby County following their 2-0 success at Birmingham Athletic. With the tie closely balanced, it was Friar Lane who went ahead in the 37th minute, a superb 35-yard free kick from captain Kirsty Odell dipping into the top corner of the net. The game could have swung either way although the goalkeepers were rarely called into action until Kirsty Bray wrapped up the win with a header, two minutes from time.
Alison Aldred netted twice, with Georgie Herring and Sophie Digva adding the others as Rise Park won 4-1 away to Rolls Royce Leisure. The East Midlands League must now travel to Combination side Northampton Town.
Denham Utd's 4-1 victory at Braintree Town has earned them a home match against Acton Sports Club, Lauren Cox (2), Alissa Down and Kelly Spencer scoring, whilst Dagenham & Redbridge put an end to Corby S & L's good Cup run, Nicola Carty netting both goals to seal a 2-1 win for the Daggers who now go to Welwyn Garden City.
Eleni Savra grabbed a hat-trick and Kelly Randall the other as London Colney ran out 4-2 victors at Brentwood Town to book themselves a home match against Lewes and Long Lane will host Luton Town after they also won 4-2, against Newbury Girls & Ladies. Sarah White, Emma Moore, Gemma Jones and Zalia Ingulia all scored for Long Lane.
Petts Wood now travel to Chesham Utd after they defeated Horley Town 2-1 after extra time and Ebbsfleet Utd maintained their Cup run with a 2-0 victory over Slough. Kelly Philpott and Mel Bishop scored the goals to give the Kent side an away trip at Enfield Town.
The Devon-Cornwall clash between Cullompton Rangers and Penzance went all the way to penalties before the Magpies triumphed 4-2 from the resulting spot kicks. In a thrilling cup tie, Emma Redwood gave Cullompton the lead with Rose Knuckey levelling with five minutes left, Rachel Javan then put Cully back in front but Penzance fought back again, Julie Lawrence sending the game into extra time through a 30-yard strike. Redwood put Cullompton ahead once more but Knuckey equalised once again and it was Penzance who came through on penalties to line up a First Round trip to Frome Town.
Photo - Newbury's Coleen Geis battles with Long Lane captain Karen Denny (www.jamesprickett.co.uk)
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