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Katherine Long made a dramatic entrance to senior women's football for London Corinthians as they went through to the F.A.Women's Cup Third Round Qualifying with a 4-1 victory over Ramsgate.
The 16-year-old, who only qualified for the senior game a week before, scored all four goals for Corinthians who have landed a plum home tie in the next round against Crystal Palace.
Morecambe progressed by scoring eight without reply against Bolton Wanderers, from the division above, and they now host Penrith AFC, who defeated Blackpool 3-2 thanks to a Lily Gaulton hat-trick.
Peterlee Town won 5-1 against Brandon Utd and they must now travel to Mossley Hill. Laura Wilson bagged a hat-trick for Peterlee with Leanne Anderson and Vikki Mudd also finding the net. Lumley meanwhile defeated Redcar Athletic 5-1 to earn themselves a trip to Middlesbrough.
Percy Main kept up their run by beating Forest Hall YPC 4-2, Kelly Rushworth and Rachael Smales each netting twice to earn a tie with Liverpool Feds. Nat Broom, Lucy Watson, Louise Langton and Katie Meek all scored a goal apiece for Teesside Sport in their 4-2 victory over Gateshead Cleveland Hall and they will now go to Middleton Athletic, who won 5-3 at Dalton Girls & Ladies.
Norton & Stockton Ancients edged out Tynedale 2-1 thanks to Gemma Gibson and Olivia Inman and they will face Combination opponents in the shape of Stockport County. Whitley Bay returned from York City with a 6-2 victory to secure a home tie with Tranmere Rovers, via a goal apiece from Lisa Coleman, Laura Darmody, Sarah Coleman, Janine Fagan, Amy O'Brien and Laurel Davidson.
Durham City stormed to a 6-2 success over California Ladies and they now go to Blackpool Wren Rovers, 4-1 victors at Warrington Town thanks to a Rachel Lee double, Nikki Berko and an own goal. Birkenhead won 4-2 away to Whitehaven and they now host Salford Ladies.
Crewe Alexandra won 1-0 against Chester City to book themselves a date away to South Durham RA. Michelle Saunders scored the only goal of the game with a header in the tenth minute. Huddersfield Town beat Hull City by the odd goal in nine, they face a plum tie with Sheffield Wednesday.
Barnsley saw off the challenge of Steel City Wanderers with a 2-0 win, goals from Stacy Walstow and Rebecca Fevers earning them a home tie with Scunthorpe Utd. Zoe Beresford (2), Paige Unwin, Vicky Abbott, Tania Marsden and debutant Ami Buzzeo were all on the scoresheet as Sheffield Utd Community scored six without reply against Kirklees, they now go to Guiseley who defeated Ossett Albion 2-1 thanks to Sarah Dickens and Neely Murrell.
The tie between Long Eaton Utd and Mansfield Town went all the way to penalties after the sides battled out a 1-1 draw. Mansfield triumphed 5-4 from the spot and their reward is a trip to Radcliffe Olympic. Market Warsop's 2-1 victory over West Bridgford means they must travel to Sporting Club Albion, Jo Thornhill and Monica Bowley scoring their goals.
Bex Knight scored the only goal of the game as Loughborough Foxes won 1-0 against Shepshed Dynamo and they will host Leafield Athletic. Solihull Ladies ended the hopes of Rugby Town with an
11-0 victory. They now play at home to Walsall, who came away from a tricky tie at Crusaders with a
3-2 success thanks to an Amber Charlton double and Laura Groves.
Cottage Farm Rangers recorded a fine 2-0 success at Hereford Pegasus, booking themselves a home tie against Copsewood (Coventry) on the back of goals from Tracie Udall and Melissa Danks. Bedworth Utd were given a tough task by Silverdale before emerging as 4-3 winners, Joanne Ryan's hat-trick and Naomi Greene ensuring they will travel to Peterborough.
Georgia Key netted a double and Hayley Mason added the other for Stafford Town in their 3-1 win at Southam Utd and they will play at home to Stoke City. Lisa Taylor-Phillips and Sarah Giles were on target as Stratford Town defeated Lichfield Diamonds 2-0 to book themselves a tie against Sandiacre Town. Zoe Haddon, Lauren Roberts and Kerry Luckett all scored twice, with Jess Holley and Kelly Worthington also on the scoresheet for Daventry Town who defeated Brandon Ladies 8-2. Daventry await the winners of the postponed tie between Corby S&L and AFC Trinity.
Cambridge University were another side to progress via a penalty shootout, at the expense of Hethersett Athletic following a 4-4 draw. Mandy Wainwright, Beth McGhee, Masie-Rose Byrne and Victoria Clarkson netted for Uni with Wainwright, Byrne, Danni Griffiths and McGhee all successfully converting penalties. The students will be away to Thorpe Utd, 5-1 winners over Bungay Town. Arlesey Town won 2-1 away to Fakenham Town thanks to Sarah Tayler and an own goal and they are now away to Norwich City.
Woodbridge Town made it safely through with a 5-1 triumph at Haverhill Rovers and their next opponents will be Kettering Town, who won 8-1 at Raunds Town. Rothwell Town also recorded an 8-1 victory at Kingsthorpe, they must now travel to Luton Town. Catherine Sealey bagged a hat-trick, with the other goals from Christie Waite (2), Leah West, Amy Loake and Pivi Kaur.
Brentwood Town notched up a 3-2 derby victory at Hutton, courtesy of an injury time winner from Nikita Whinnett. Carla Rose and Whinnett had earlier netted for Brentwood who have landed a plum tie at home to South East Combination leaders Tottenham Hotspur. Barking meanwhile ended the hopes of Colchester Town by beating them 3-2, to earn themselves a tie with Chelmsford City. Liane Prior scored twice for Barking along with Vicky Bruce.
Grace Clark and Kirsty Chawner scored the goals as Hannakins defeated Sawbridgeworth Town 2-1 and they are at home again in the next round to Denham Utd, who ran out 5-0 winners over Hampstead. Joanne Torr and Lauren Cox netted twice for Denham, with Lauren Gibson adding the other. Hemel Hempstead Town also won 2-1 against Boreham Wood, Nat McConville grabbing both goals, next up for them is a journey to Old Actonians.
Amy Butcher scored twice along with Kelly Barton, Clare Edmondson, Kelly McHugh and Eloise Young as Panthers notched up a 6-1 victory against AFC Wimbledon and they have a home tie against MSA Ladies who beat Haringey Borough 2-0 with goals from A Heivary and C Breen. Billericay Town meanwhile eliminated Stevenage Borough on penalties following a 1-1 draw and their reward is a home tie with Enfield Town. Kerry Oldham scored during open play for Billericay whose successful spot kicks came from Sophie Whiting, Lisa Silverton and Sarah Bovington.
Laura Hann hit a hat-trick, Hannah Searle and Rachel Stevens weighed in with doubles and Laura Derlacki and an own goal completed the scoring for Westfield as they eased past Dorking with a 9-1 victory to earn themselves a trip to last season's Cup heroes Littlehampton Town, who defeated Haywards Heath Town 5-2. Maidstone Town claimed a 5-1 victory at Milton & Fulston which means they will host Eastbourne Town, winners of their local derby with Eastbourne Borough by 7-1.
Seahaven Harriers recorded one of the results of the day, a 4-1 success away to South East League leaders Bexhill Utd, and they have been rewarded with a tie against Ebbsfleet Utd. Beth McKellar netted a brace for Seahaven, whose other scorers were Emma Hatt and Vicky Phillips.
Chantelle Clark scored one of the competition's fastest ever goals, after just 32 seconds to send Andover New Street on their way to an excellent 3-1 at Shanklin. Kellie Warren and Jess Frampton added the others to set up what should be a good tie against Salisbury City, who beat Swindon Spitfires by the odd goal in seven thanks to Nikki Barnes, Kate Leigh, Laura Beale and Charlotte Eastman.
Aldershot Town won a penalty shootout with University of Portsmouth after a 1-1 draw, the Shots will now look forward to a home tie with Havant & Waterlooville. Emma North scored Aldershot's goal via a free kick and also in the penalty shootout along with Di Smith and Nicole Hoblyn. Chichester City won 3-0 against New Forest, which means that they will take on fellow Sussex side Lewes.
Natalie Berry, Lauren Wyatt, Charlie Griffin and Alexis Lunn-Gadd were all on target as Cheltenham Town had a successful trip to Banbury Utd, returning home with a 4-0 victory and a trip in the next round to Bracknell Town, who went one better, beating Newbury Ladies & Girls 5-0. Caroline Paterson bagged a hat-trick for Bracknell whose other goals came from Katie Miles and Emma Constable. Launton won 4-3 away to Beaconsfield SYCOB, Janine Mallett hitting a hat-trick and Charli Pridmore the other, and their reward is a tough one, a trip to Chesham Utd. Maidenhead Utd came through a tough test with a 2-1 win at Oxford Utd, and they will now play their opponents' local rivals Oxford City.
Keynsham Town Development won 5-1 against Falmouth Town (see report) and they now play a local derby against Larkhall Athletic, who beat Taunton Town by the same scoreline. Anna Walby scored two for Larkhall along with Sarah Gregory, Cheryl Baber and an own goal. Ilminster Town meanwhile defeated Poole Town 3-1 and will make the trip to Newquay after Alice Charlton (2) and Emma Male scored.
Faye Slade and Kelly Hall each scored twice and Jaz Morgan the other as Stoke Lane Athletic ran out 5-0 winners over Reading Town to book themselves a home tie with Weymouth, who won 3-1 at Frome Town with goals from Philippa Holden (2) and Rhiannon Cowan. Marine Academy (Plymouth) meanwhile were taken to extra time by Marjons Old Suttonians before emerging as 2-0 victors, Emma Pemberton and Stacey Arthur scoring, and they have an interesting tie with Cullompton Rangers.
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