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Whitley on Cup trail again
 Women's Football News 2 Oct 2009
Whitley on Cup trail again - 2 Oct 2009 - Women's Football NewsWhitley Bay have enjoyed F.A.Women's Cup runs in recent seasons and they have started well once again in this season's competition by beating Teesside Athletic 7-0. 
Sarah Coleman led the scoring for Whitley with a hat-trick and there was a goal apiece from Julie Twaddle, Kerry Davison, Kate St Louis and Kirsty Hunter - who netted her 150th goal for the club.
Whitley's opponents in the next round will be Birtley Town who ran out 3-0 winners away to Gateshead Rutherford Ravens thanks to Sue Shand, Christine Murray and Stacey Hepple. Tynedale's 3-0 victory over Brandon Utd means they now have a home tie against Peterlee Town.
North Shields came away from Forest Hall YPC with a 5-1 win and they now face Cumbrian opponents in the shape of Harraby Catholic Club, who kept up their good run by beating Dalton Utd 1-0.
Warrington Town won 2-1 away to Abbey Town to book themselves a home tie with Hull City, who defeated Barnsley by the same scoreline. Dearne & District meanwhile recorded an excellent 3-1 victory over Huddersfield Town and they have a plum tie away to Bolton Wanderers, who stormed to a 10-1 win against Preston Rangers.
Whitehaven were another County League side to knock out higher league opposition, beating Bury Girls & Ladies 3-1. They host another North West League side in the next round, Wigan Athletic who were 2-0 victors away to Chester City. Sheffield FC's 2-1 success at Guiseley means that they must now take on Middleton Athletic, who triumphed 3-2 away to Birkenhead.
Sheffield Utd Community eased to a 5-1 win against Keighley to set themselves up with a local derby in the next round, for they face Steel City Wanderers who defeated Sheffield Utd Junior Blades 2-0.
Peterborough Azure netted five without reply past West Bridgford to earn themselves another home tie, this time with Rolls Royce Leisure who edged out Market Warsop 2-1. Shepshed Dynamo notched up a convincing 7-1 success at Linby CW and their next opponents will be Loughborough Students, 4-1 winners at Hinckley Utd.
Sandiacre Town defeated Retford Utd and will next face Mansfield Town who were
arrow 2-1 winners over Peterborough. Long Eaton Utd have started the season well and they claimed a good victory, 4-2 against Friar Lane & Epworth, they must play at home to Oadby & Wigston who beat Huntingdon Town 2-1.
Stratford Town came through a tricky tie away to Worcester City with a 1-0 victory and this means they will play Hereford Phoenix who netted five times without reply against Cottage Farm Rangers. Corby S & L won 3-1 at Daventry Town and they now host Coventry City Development.
Leamington Lions knocked out Premier Division opponents from the West Midlands League, beating Cannock 3-1 and they will now look forward to a home tie with Southam Utd, 4-0 winners at Tipton Town. Hereford Pegasus pipped Allscott by the odd goal in five to earn themselves a tie against Dudley Utd who were 6-1 winners away to Lichfield Diamonds.
Bedford Ladies ran out 7-0 winners over Kingsthorpe which means they must now play Haverhill Rovers who won a much closer affair, 1-0 against Stalham Town. Kettering Town won 3-0 against Hitchin Hearts and will host Leighton Linslade, who defeated Whitwell 3-0.
Woodbridge Town claimed the biggest away win of the day, 9-0 against Bungay Town and they play fellow Eastern Region League Premier Division side West Lynn, 2-1 victors over Cambridge University. AFC Kempston Rovers beat Raunds Town 3-0 to set up a home tie with Arlesey Town, who won 3-0 at Brackley Sports.
Chelmsford City will travel to Brentwood Town after they triumphed 5-2 at Runwell Hospital whilst Tring Athletic edged out Stevenage Borough 2-1 to book a home tie with Sawbridgeworth Town who beat Garston by the same scoreline.
MSA Ladies ran out 4-1 winners over Manford Way and they have a tough tie in the next round against Barking who kept up their fine start to the season by beating C & K Basildon 5-0. Braintree Town meanwhile won 2-1 at Royston Town to earn a tie with Hemel Hempstead Town, 3-2 victors against Billericay Town.
Panthers defeated Leyton for the second successive week, the 4-0 win meaning they have to play Haringey Borough, 4-1 victors against Wandgas. Tower Hamlets notched up a 3-0 success over Westfield and must host Maidstone Town who scored nine without reply at Ramsgate.
Canterbury City's 2-0 win away to Rottingdean Village and will take on Haywards Heath Town, 3-0 victors at Bexhill Utd. Aldershot Town, who beat one time finalists Southampton Saints 1-0, now entertain AFC Wimbledon who were 3-1 winners over Horley Town.
Old Actonians recorded a fine 2-1 success against Denham Utd which means they will play Ashford Girls who defeated Crowborough Athletic 5-1. Crawley Wasps won 3-0 against Chichester City, their next opponents will be Eastbourne Town who beat London Corinthians 5-1.
Launton ran out 4-1 winners over Marlow and will next host Wycombe Wanderers, who beat Forest of Dean 4-1 after extra time. Bracknell Town won 3-0 against Cheltenham Town and have to make the trip to the Isle of Wight to play Shanklin.
University of Portsmouth ended Southampton Women's hopes with a 5-1 victory to book themselves an intriguing home tie with Basingstoke Town who were 5-0 winners at Eastleigh thanks to goals from Michelle Kimber (2), Lindsey Beverley, Sam Stevens and Lindsey Wilson. Oxford Utd defeated MK Wanderers 3-0 and next up will be Stony Stratford Town, surprise 5-4 victors over Reading Girls.
Littlehampton Town were given a hard battle by New Forest before emerging as 2-1 winners and they now take on Maidenhead Utd who notched up the biggest win of the day, 14-0 over Banbury Utd. Slough also had a huge win, scoring nine past Newent Town, they face more Gloucestershire opposition in the form of Stoke Lane Athletic who were 6-3 victors at Chippenham Town.
Vanessa Baptista and Brianna Oeser each netted twice, with one apiece from Chelsea Munday and Kate Collyns and Keynsham Town Development ran out 6-0 winners at Poole Town. Their next opponents will be Swindon Supermarine who triumphed 3-1 away to Reading Ladies. Frome Town defeated Weymouth 2-0 thanks to Mel Sartain and Cassie Powell and must play Saltash Utd, for whom Emma Pemberton and Steph Warren were on target in their 2-0 success at Launceston.

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