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Rotherham United, who are enjoying better fortunes this season following a couple of tough years, booked their place in the quarter finals of the Sheffield & Hallamshire County Cup thanks to a 7-2 victory over Sheffield Utd Community Foundation.
Rotherham's goals came from a Nat Shaw hat-trick, Zoe Beresford (2), Rachel Hale and Amy Pollock, with Tia Stancill scoring both for Sheffield.
Rotherham dedicated the win to former secretary Shirley Pollock who passed away before Christmas. Shirley served Rotherham for many years and was also secretary of the Sheffield & Hallamshire Women's County Football League for over a decade. Rotherham United (men) did Shirley proud with a full page tribute in a recent match day programme. County FA Chairman and also former Premier League referee Uriah Rennie was one of many at Shirley's funeral which was attended by a good number of current and former Rotherham players.
Oughtibridge, who have a fine record in the competition in recent seasons, won their delayed third round tie away to Worksop Town Women 3-2 (aet). Codi Melia, Chelsea Wall and Sam Woodham were on target for Oughtibridge who were 7-0 winners when the team smet in an East Midlands League Cup tie several weeks earlier.
Hope Knight, with four, and a Tania Marsden brace were the Sheffield FC scorers in their 6-1 win over Huddersfield Town Development, whose consolation came from Sian Gibril.
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