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Warrington Wolves have the chance to pit their wits against Durham Cestria of the FA Women's National League this Sunday, and they are looking forward to the occasion.
The North West League side booked their place in the Second Round Qualifying with a 2-1 victory at Farsley Celtic Juniors and manager Paul McKeirnon told Women's Soccer Scene that they will not be daunted by the task ahead.
"We've had two good results in the previous rounds," he said. "We know it's going to be a tough game against Durham Cestria, who are two divisions above, but one that me and the team are looking forward to.
"As a club, we want to emulate the good run we had back in 2016 and hopefully be in the hat for the next round."
Helen Dobson, the club captain, added: "We have had a great run so far and are very excited about this Sunday. I think being the underdog will suit us as there is no pressure to win.
"Durham are a great team so we know we will have to be on top of our game, but we will fully prepare in the week and hope to take Warrington through to the next round of the FA Cup."
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