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Full back Jodie O'Keefe was the unlikely hero for Launceston as they made it through to the Second Round Qualifying for the first time in their history when beating Weymouth on penalties.
An injury forced Jodie to take over in goal midway through the second half and throughout extra time as the match finished 2-2, Rebecca Chudley and Jill Haines scoring for Launceston. In the resulting shootout, she scored the first penalty for her side before saving two Weymouth efforts as Launceston won 3-1, Lucy Bounsall and Fiona Stevenson also finding the net. Launceston will now be at home to Frome Town who won a tight match 2-1 at Cullompton Rangers thanks to Kate German and Kelly Cripps.
Lumley were another team to get through on penalties, beating East Durham Utd following a 2-2 draw, and the North East side will play at home to York City who won 3-1 away to St Francis 2000. Blyth Spartans scored five without reply away to Prudhoe YC to earn a tie with Forest Hall, 2-1 winners over Gateshead Cleveland Hall.
Whitley Bay may be eyeing another good Cup run after they opened up by scoring twelve without reply past Boldon, Laura Darmody scoring four and Brooke Wilkinson weighing in with a hat-trick. Next up for Whitley is a home tie with Norton & Stockton Ancients. Darlington RA defeated Birtley Town 5-3 and their next opponents will be Spennymoor Town, 4-1 victors against North Shields.
Sefton Peronni advanced on penalties at the expense of Warrington Town, after the teams had shared six goals, and they now have a home tie with Wigan Athletic who beat Windscale 6-1. Bury Girls & Ladies meanwhile ran out 4-1 winners over Whitehaven to book themselves a game with Preston Rangers, who edged out Winsford by the odd goal in seven.
Wigan Ladies' 6-1 victory over Bolton Wanderers means they now meet Liverpool Feds who won one of the games of the day, 2-1 against Chester City. Penrith AFC picked up a good 3-1 win over Wirral Ladies and their next opponents are Middleton Colts, 5-1 victors at Accrington Stanley.
Jess Burton scored twice along with Rachel Petyt, Bev Smith and Nicola Coxhead for Barnsley who saw off the challenge of Keighley with a 5-0 victory and they will face high scoring opponents in the next round, Guiseley who stormed to a 12-2 success away to Winterton Rangers. Huddersfield Town were narrow 1-0 winners away to Sheffield Utd and Ossett Albion, who beat Dearne & District 4-1, await them in the next round.
Friar Lane & Epworth came away from Hinckley Utd with a 7-2 victory to earn themselves a trip to Welbeck Welfare whilst Sandiacre Town will be at home after scoring ten without reply against Linby CW, to Clifton who ran out 5-0 winners over Harborough Town.
Gedling Town came through a tricky tie away to Heather St Johns, the 4-2 win earning them a home tie with Mansfield Town in the next round. Mansfield needed extra time before finally seeing off the challenge of Loughborough Foxes, again by 4-2. Buxton ended the hopes of West Bridgford Colts with a 4-0 victory and they now face Rolls Royce Leisure, 2-1 winners away to Loughborough Dynamo.
Stoke City's 4-0 victory over Bourne Utd means they must play Studley who narrowly beat Hereford Phoenix 2-1, whilst Stafford Town defeated Redditch Utd 6-2 to earn a tie with Birmingham Athletic, scorers of nine goals against Wednesfield.
Lichfield Diamonds came away from Pegasus Ladies with a 3-0 victory, they now play Leamington Lions who defeated Walsall 4-0. Dudley Utd's 3-0 win at Stratford Town earns them a meeting with Tamworth Lionesses, winners of a high scoring tie with Stourport Swifts by 5-3.
West Lynn gained themselves a notable 2-1 win away to Cambridge Utd and their next opposition will be Huntingdon Town, who defeated March Town Utd 5-0. Peterborough are enjoying a good Cup run so far and a good 1-0 victory over Hethersett Athletic means they must play Woodbridge Town, 9-0 winners against Cambridge University.
St Martins won 2-1 away to Sandy Ladies to guarantee themselves a tie with Corby S & L, who beat Raunds Town 4-2. Arlesey Town's 5-1 success at Leighton Utd means they host Bedford Ladies, narrow 1-0 victors at Kettering Town.
C & K Basildon picked up a fine 4-2 win away to Sawbridgeworth Town and they have a plum home tie with Dagenham & Redbridge. The Daggers were given a scare by Hemel Hempstead Town before they eventually triumphed on penalties following a 3-3 draw. Saffron Walden Town's 7-1 victory away to Sherrardswood has earned them a tie with Brentwood Town, 5-2 winners against Braintree Town.
Lisa Nepean, Donna Loveland, Grace Clark and Michelle Stoneman were on the scoresheet as Hannakins came away from Hitchin Hearts with a 4-2 victory and next up for them will be Garston who netted twelve times against Runwell & Rayleigh Raiders. Royston Town, 6-2 victors at Hawkwell Athletic, will host Barking, 2-1 winners over London Colney thanks to Sarah Barnes and Carly Vigors.
Regents Park Rangers surprised Wingate & Finchley with a 2-1 win and the Greater London League side now take on Panthers, who recorded a 2-0 success at Battersea. Brentford recorded the highest victory of the day at the expense of One Wish and they must play Tower Hamlets, 4-3 winners at Hampstead after extra time.
Haringey Borough also recorded a huge win at Uxbridge Utd and they are away once again, to Old Actonians who scored six without reply against Hampton. AFC Wimbledon defeated Joybabe 5-0 and they must play Manford Way.
Ebbsfleet Utd were given a hard battle by Maidstone Town but their 3-2 win means they will play at home to Maidstone Town, who beat Canterbury City 2-1. Jules Teague, Kelly Philpott and Lorraine Grinyer netted the goals for Ebbsfleet. Deal Town edged out Crowborough Athletic by the odd goal in seven to earn a home tie with London Corinthians, 2-1 victors at Haywards Heath Town.
Andover New Street were another team to notch up an impressive win, 3-1 against Wandgas, and they will now pit their wits against Havant & Waterlooville. Chantelle Hedge and Jo Lockton sealed victory for the Hawks with first half goals in their 2-0 win over one-time finalists Southampton Saints. Horley Town, who knocked out Shanklin on penalties, face another Southern Region League side in the shape of Aldershot Town, 5-1 winners away to Chichester City Utd.
Maidenhead Utd were another team to hit double figures, away to Aylesbury Utd, and they are now up against Tetbury Town who beat Bitton 3-2 thanks to Maggie O'Connell, Sarah Fraser and Laura Merrick. Cheltenham Town staged one of the comebacks of the day, beating Stoke Lane Athletic 6-3 after trailing 3-1 at one stage. Grace Parker (2), Jade Ives (2), Charlie Griffin and Rhona Donaldson scored the goals which mean that Cheltenham now play at home to Launton, 4-0 winners away to Stony Stratford Town.
Bracknell Town eased to a 7-1 success away to Marlow and their next opponents will be Chippenham Town for whom Emma Boulter scored the only goal of the game against Henley Town. Banbury Utd's
4-0 victory over Newent Town has earned them a trip to Chinnor.
Swindon Spitfires came away from Oxford Utd with a narrow 1-0 win, they will now host MK Wanderers who won 6-2 at Reading Girls. Woodley Saints' impressive 3-2 extra time victory over Slough has earned them a home tie with Wycombe Wanderers, who beat Oldland Abbotonians 1-0 thanks to a last minute penalty from Su Oakley. Amy Scrivens (2), Emily Harrington and Carly Symons scored the goals as Larkhall Athletic defeated Keynsham Town Development and they now play away to Ilminster Town, 5-2 winners over Purbeck.
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