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Essex County League side Colchester Town produced one of the results of the round as the F.A.Women's Cup got underway for another season.
Zoe Smith and Laura Brooks scored the goals as Colchester won 2-1 away to C & K Basildon to book themselves a tie with Barking in the next round. Barking earned their passage with a 4-0 success at Runwell Hospital.
Percy Main stormed to a 6-1 success away to Prudhoe Youth Club. Jo Grout and Kelly Rushworth each netted first half doubles with Tina Oxman and Jodie Norman adding the other goals. They will face the winners of the postponed tie between Seaton Carew and Forest Hall. York City meanwhile notched up the biggest win of the day, scoring eleven without reply past North Shields. Sara Renfrew and Rachael Deighton each hit hat-tricks, Sam Read and Jenna Strain weighed in with doubles and the others came from Megan Bramham and Kate Roofe for York who now host Whitley Bay.
Morecambe will be at home to Bolton Wanderers following their 9-1 victory over Kendal Town. Gina Pendlebury bagged a hat-trick, Nicola Relph and Jo Norris each adding doubles with Megan Doherty and Danielle Veitch completing the scoring. Dalton Girls & Ladies also progressed, winning 3-1 at Abbeytown to make sure they have a home tie with either Middleton Athletic or Crown Newlaithes.
Friar Lane & Epworth ran out 5-0 winners over Asfordby Amateurs to earn themselves a trip to Peterborough Azure. Market Warsop meanwhile defeated Retford Utd 3-0, they will now host West Bridgford.
Mansfield Town came away from Huntingdon Town with a 4-0 victory to set up an intriguing tie away to Long Eaton Utd. Kayleigh Campbell scored twice for Mansfield along with Charlotte Montgomery and Claire Burrows. Leonie Daulby had a great day, scoring all five goals as Bungay Town went one better, their 5-0 win over Stalham Town means they must go to Thorpe Utd.
Rugby Town held their nerve to come through against Tipton Town, winning on penalties after the sides had shared a 1-1 draw and they now travel to Solihull Ladies. Crusaders defeated AFC Telford Utd, to book a home tie with Walsall, thanks to a goal apiece from Nikki Brazil, Annabel Fitzgerald, Laura Bacon, Dannielle Keegan and Rachael Dyson.
Catherine Sealey scored both goals as Rothwell Town overcame Leighton Utd Vixens 2-0, their next opponents will be Kingsthorpe. AFC Trinity won 6-3 against Brackley Sports to seal an away tie at Corby S & L. Hayley Mitchell and Tina Faulkner each netted twice for Trinity, along with Hayley Gallacchi and Bryna Holmes.
Kim Tomlinson was on target four times as Brandon Ladies stormed to a 7-2 success at Thorplands Utd, meaning they must make the trip to Daventry Town. Tiffany Forshaw added a brace and the other goal came from Meghan Walton. Hemel Hempstead Town meanwhile came from behind to win 2-1 at Leverstock Green (see match report).
Josie North (penalty), Dominique Godbear and a late brace from Hayley Kemp helped Stevenage Borough to a 4-0 win against Whitwell and they now play away to Billericay Town, who defeated Hoddesdon Owls 2-0 thanks to Nikki Dunsdon and Jade Nelson. Hampstead had opened up proceedings on Sunday morning with a 5-1 victory over Leyton (see match report).
Brentwood Town recorded a 1-0 victory at Tring Athletic and they face a tricky tie at Hutton. Kierra Gabriel, Grace Clark and Kirsty Chawner were all on the scoresheet for Hannakins who also made it through with a 3-2 win over St Albans City, they now play at home to Sawbridgeworth Town.
AFC Wimbledon scored eight without reply against Victoire Ladies, to earn a trip to Panthers in the next round. Seahaven Harriers came through an awkward tie with Rottingdean Village, beating them 5-2 to set up a tie with Bexhill Utd. Emma Hatt and Taylor Coade each netted doubles for Seahaven, with Fran O'Callaghan adding the other.
University of Portsmouth enjoyed a good Cup run last season and they have started well again, with a
5-2 win over Crawley Wasps after extra time. Laura Newsome netted twice, the tally being completed by Carla Laney, Michele Niven and an own goal for the students who are away to Aldershot Town.
Andover New Street matched York's total in scoring eleven away to Boscombe Albion and they must travel to the Isle of Wight to take on Shanklin. Reading Town also had a good win, 7-0 away to Marlow and their next opponents will be Stoke Lane Athletic.
Swindon Spitfires emerged as victors from their local derby with Swindon Supermarine, on penalties following a 2-2 draw. Kayleigh Smith and Annabel Martin had netted for Supermarine with Tamara Papp and Dennika Bretti on target for Spitfires. In the resulting shootout, the first nine penalties were scored with the unfortunate Serena Smith striking the post with Supermarine's last kick, sending Spitfires through to face Salisbury City.
Alice Charlton grabbed both goals as Ilminster Town edged out Launceston 2-1 and they will be at home to Poole Town in the next round. Marine Academy (Plymouth) came through their tie with a 6-2 victory at Purbeck and they now travel to Marjons Old Suttonians. Steph Warren and Emma Pemberton each netted twice for Marine along with Corinne Potts and Sam Drewery.
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