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Chinnor are one of only two County League sides remaining in the F.A.Women's Cup after a
3-1 victory over Banbury Utd took them into the Second Round Qualifying for the first time in their history.
Chinnor did go behind after just 75 seconds of play but kept themselves in the game with goalkeeper Sarah Madden-Connor in great form. Emily Maule levelled the scores before half time and Chinnor went on to record a superb victory through further strikes from Gemma Rockingham and Nicola Hunt.
The Thames Valley Counties League side will be away to another Southern Region League club in the shape of Maidenhead Utd who scored six without reply against Tetbury Town. Tina Brett and Kerry Cunningham both bagged doubles along with Natalie Barrette and an own goal.
London Corinthians, of the South East League, are the other survivors after they won 4-2 away to Deal Town. Ebbsfleet Utd made it through via a narrow 1-0 victory against Maidstone Town and will be their opponents after captain Kelly Philpott scored the only goal of the game.
Blyth Spartans meanwhile recorded the biggest win of the day, Holly Perf hitting a hat-trick as they triumphed 11-0 against Forest Hall. Laura Jobson (2), Stephanie Ord (2), Hannah Chisholm, Joanne Dixon, Kelly Hall and Ruth McShane completed the spree to set Blyth up with a home tie against Darlington RA, who defeated Spennymoor Town 8-1. Emma McIntosh led the scoring for Darlington with a hat-trick with Nyki Thorns (2), Natalie Wrangham, Caz Watson and an own goal completing the victory.
Whitley Bay were given a hard battle by Norton & Stockton Ancients before emerging as 3-0 winners. Ros Turnbull, Stacey Bonney and Rachel Kay netted second half goals for Whitley who are now at home to York City, 4-0 victors against Lumley.
Liverpool Feds ran out impressive 7-1 winners at Wigan Ladies and they now face Penrith AFC, 2-1 victors against Middleton Colts thanks to Lily Gaulton and Chez Brierley.
Jayde Clegg bagged five goals as Bury Girls & Ladies defeated Preston Rangers 9-2. Kim Arnold, Natasha Herity, Stacey Qualters and Chantelle O'Hara added the others for Bury who will play at home in the next round to Wigan Athletic, who came away from Sefton Peronni with a 1-0 victory. Alicia Cain grabbed the only goal of the game for Wigan with just eight minutes of extra time remaining.
Guiseley were narrow 3-2 victors at Barnsley in a tightly contested tie. Rachel Dainty scored the winner for Guiseley with ten minutes remaining to add to earlier goals from Fay Shipman and Vicky Winters, while Barnsley replied through Nicola Coxhead and Emma Poole. Their reward is a home tie against Ossett Albion, who recorded one of the best results of the day in beating Huddersfield Town 4-2 with goals from Rachel Barber, Kate Westmoreland, Lindsey Corbett and Gemma Patterson.
Kayleigh Campbell netted two of the goals as Mansfield Town won 5-2 away to Gedling Town. Amy Burrows, Laura Furmidge and Lucy Webster were also on the scoresheet for Mansfield who now play at home to Rolls Royce Leisure, whose trip to Buxton was a successful one as they recorded a 4-1 victory thanks to a Tania Vere double, Sue Braddock and Larissa Renshaw.
Sandiacre Town knocked out Clifton, from the division above, 3-2 after extra time. Alumdena Soria grabbed the extra time winner, her second goal of the game, to add to an earlier strike from Jodie Smith. Roschelle Shakes netted twice along with Carly Chater, Andi Sommer and own goal as Friar Lane & Epworth won another close tie, 5-3 away to Welbeck Welfare and they now go to Sandiacre.
Lichfield Diamonds came through a tricky game at home to Leamington Lions with a 1-0 win, Maegan Bailey scoring their goal. They now play Dudley Utd who ended the hopes of Tamworth Lionesses by beating them 3-1.
Stafford Town's Cup run continued as they defeated Birmingham Athletic 5-2. They face a Staffordshire derby tie against Stoke City, who were 3-0 winners over Studley.
For the second time in three rounds, Peterborough came through a penalty shootout, this time at the expense of Woodbridge Town after the teams had shared a 2-2 draw after extra time. After trailing 2-0 at half time, goals from Lisa White and Donna Nicholls took the game to the extra period and shootout where two saves from Lou Nicholls proved to be decisive in favour of Peterborough, who are now at home to West Lynn whose passage was far more straight forward, scoring seven without reply against Huntingdon Town, goals coming from Kirsty Scott (2), Melanie Reed, Kirstie Smith, Shelley Woods, Leanne Sheen and Ellen Manning.
Tasha Fensome netted twice along with Sarah Saunders and Zara Carroll as Bedford Ladies ran out 4-1 winners away to Arlesey Town. Corby S & L who came through an awkward tie with a 2-1 victory at St Martins with goals from Georgina Sturgess and Stephanie Donald to set up their third meeting with Bedford at this stage of the competition in successive years.
Garston are having a good season and they kept up their Cup run with a 3-0 success at Hannakins. Carly Biggerstaff, Carly Johnston and Christie Brewer scored their goals. They now have an intriguing tie with Barking, 2-1 winners away to Royston Town thanks to first half strikes from Candice Eyre and Liane Prior.
Sophie Lovell, from the penalty spot, Danielle Butler, Kerry Mills and Kierra Gabriel were all on target as Brentwood Town ended the hopes of Saffron Walden Town with a 4-1 victory. Brentwood now host Dagenham & Redbridge who beat C & K Basildon 5-2. Nicola Carty and Lisa Blundell each netted braces for the Daggers, with Sara Sinclair also on target.
Last season, Old Actonians were one of the last surviving Regional League clubs but they have gone out this time around, defeated 4-1 by Haringey Borough. Marianne Sheena scored twice for Haringey, with other goals from Tanya Beverley and Samuella King but Borough were also grateful to 16-year-old goalkeeper Cherkish Young who gave an outstanding display. They now play at home to AFC Wimbledon who ran out 7-0 victors over Manford Way. Laura Topliss scored a hat-trick, Kerry Knott weighed in with a double and the tally was completed by Danielle Davies and Laura Smith.
Tower Hamlets notched up a fine 5-0 success away to Brentford to set up a home tie with Panthers, 3-0 winners away to Regents Park Rangers thanks to Simona Weaver, Steph Shaw and Ashley Fletcher.
Shellie Villette bagged a first half hat-trick as Horley Town notched up a 5-1 win against Aldershot Town. Michelle Sarson came on as a second half substitute for Horley and added the other two goals. Havant & Waterlooville whose excellent start to the season continued as they beat Andover New Street 6-1. Kellie Warren gave Andover a third minute lead before the Hawks hit back strongly with goals from Charley Wilson, Jo Lockton, Lizzie Laws, Lisa Cooper, Jenna Fowlie and Trudi Harberson.
Swindon Spitfires are through to the Second Round Qualifying for the first time after they won 3-2 over MK Wanderers thanks to Emma Skinner, Cara Costello and an own goal. They will be at home to Bracknell Town who defeated Chippenham Town 4-0, Elly Maggs bagging a hat-trick with Jen Patterson also on target.
Wycombe Wanderers came through another awkward away tie with a 4-0 win against Woodley Saints. Tasha Smith scored a hat-trick and Vike Smyth the other for Wycombe who are at home in the next round to Cheltenham Town who beat Launton 3-1 thanks to a Grace Parker double and Rhona Donaldson.
Frome Town maintained their good form by winning 4-1 away to Launceston, Mel Sartain, Cassie Powell, Kelly Cripps and Lauren Cundick netted their goals. Frome now play Somerset rivals Larkhall Athletic who were taken to extra time in their 6-3 victory over Ilminster Town. Jodie Whaley was on the scoresheet twice along with Sophie Hamer, Natasha Miller, Katie Ransome and Charlotte White.
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