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Hemel Hempstead cause Cup upset
 Women's Football News 19 Nov 2010
Nicola Morgan scored both goals as Hemel Hempstead Town produced one of the results of the Third Round Qualifying, a 2-1 win away to South East Combination opponents Old Actonians. 
The London & South East League side will be away again in the First Round, to Peterborough who defeated Bedworth Utd 3-0 with goals from Lesley-Ann Seaman, Anna Faux and Donna Nicholls.
Middleton Athletic are the only County League team definitely through to this stage after they won 3-1 against Teesside Sport Women. They have landed a home tie with Whitley Bay, 2-1 winners against Tranmere Rovers with goals from Nikki Smith and Lisa Coleman. Caroline Price and Fay Abrehart were on the scoresheet for Salford Ladies as they came away from Birkenhead with a 2-1 victory and they will travel to the winners of the tie between Blackpool Wren Rovers and Durham City.
Middlesbrough ran out 5-1 winners over Lumley but the result did not tell the whole story. The North East League side went in front before Rachael Hine levelled the scores and the game was taken to extra time, where Lumley's gallant resistance was finally broken with Katie Kinlan netting twice along with Ashleigh Leighton and Danni Scarr. 'Boro will be home again, to Stockport County who defeated Norton & Stockton Ancients 4-0 with goals from Celeste Gardner, Jane Fox, Bet Langford and Angela Ashioti. Carla Lee hit a hat-trick and Sophie Perry the other as Mossley Hill saw off a spirited challenge from Peterlee Town but the 4-3 victory means they will host South Durham RA, who were taken all the way to penalties by Crewe Alexandra before emerging as winners. Kerry Dinham and Jade White scored in open play for South Durham, whose winning penalty was slotted home by Rachael McKnight.
Liverpool Feds scored seven without reply at Percy Main, Amy Beech (2), Danielle Higgins, Gill Hart, Jo Edwards, Gemma Perischine and Amy Seagraves accounting for the goals and they now face Morecambe who edged out Penrith AFC by the odd goal in seven thanks to doubles from Jo Norris and Megan Doherty. Stacey Walstow scored twice and Nicola Coxhead the other as Barnsley were another team to knock out Combination opposition, beating Scunthorpe Utd 3-2 and they have drawn a plum tie at home to Northern Combination leaders Sheffield FC, 2-0 winners over Bradford City with goals from Steph Spence and Nicolle Jepson.
Sheffield Utd Community returned from Guiseley with a 3-1 victory thanks to Zoe Beresford, Tania Marsden and Cheryl Mawhood and they can look forward to a home tie with Stoke City who won 8-1 at Stafford Town. Loughborough Students came through an awkward tie at Friar Lane & Epworth in style, winning 7-1. Emma Pilling, Aimee Perry and Kate Rose all netted twice, with Rowena Davies adding the other for the students who now host Leafield Athletic, for whom Leigh Dugmore (2), Amber Hughes and Stacy Davis found the net in their 4-2 victory away to Loughborough Foxes.
Four of the ties on Sunday went all the way to penalties on Sunday, including the one at Stadium MK where Wolverhampton Wanderers eliminated Milton Keynes Dons following a 2-2 draw (see match report). Wolves have a tricky tie at home to West Midlands League high fliers Solihull Ladies, who reached this stage by beating Walsall 6-1. Sarah Giles scored a hat-trick with Sophie Meade, Lisa Taylor-Phillips and Nadine Payton adding the others as Stratford Town defeated Sandiacre Town 6-3 to earn themselves a date with Sheffield Wednesday, 5-1 victors at Huddersfield Town. Robyn James bagged a hat-trick for Wednesday, with Katie Nutter and Laura Windle also on target.
Aileen Whelan and Chantelle Lewis scored the goals as Radcliffe Olympic came from behind to win
2-1 against Mansfield Town to set up one of the ties of the round against Sporting Club Albion, who recorded the biggest win of the day when scoring twelve without reply past Market Warsop. Ashley Neville was on target five times for Albion, Jordan Timmins-Ray weighed in with four and there was one apiece from Steph Hughson, Natasha Baptiste and Amy Rippington. Copsewood (Coventry) meanwhile scored nine at Cottage Farm Rangers, Nicola Foskett bagging a hat-trick with one apiece from Chris Katria, Natalie Mead, Jade Cole, Rebecca White, Jodie McGuckin and Gemma Whitehead. They now host Leicester City who defeated TNS Ladies 5-0 courtesy of Erica Preston, Jodie White, Gemma Ball, Kim Walton and an own goal.
Daventry Town edged out Corby S & L with a 3-1 extra time victory, Sarah Muttitt and Jess Holly netting during the extra period to add to Lauren Roberts' earlier strike. Daventry have been well rewarded with a home tie against Midland Combination table toppers Rotherham Utd. The Yorkshire side progressed by beating Wakefield 3-1, coming from behind to claim victory through a Katie Hemming double and Zuzana Pramukova. Ipswich Town needed penalties to beat Northampton Town after the sides finished level at 3-3. Their goalscorers were Rebecca Hawkins, Jade Skillen and Amanda Everett with Skillen, Rebecca Vaughan, Everett, Sasha Diston and Lauren Cartwright all netting from the penalty spot. They now play fellow South East Combination side Cambridge Women, 4-0 winners over Braintree Town thanks to a Laura Baker hat-trick and an own goal.
Sophie Gillett, Chelsea Garrett, Laura Thacker, Jodie Drake and Paige Shorten were all on the scoresheet as Norwich City saw off the challenge of Arlesey Town with a 5-1 victory and they will face Cambridge University, 3-0 victors at Thorpe Utd with Amanda Wainwright hitting a hat-trick. Tottenham Hotspur returned from Brentwood Town with a 4-1 win, Emma Kayser, Bianca Baptiste, Rosie Webb and Kirsten Thomson all scoring to book a home tie with Chelmsford City, who beat Barking on penalties following a 2-2 draw. Lynsey Bowman scored both goals for Chelmsford with Helen Alder netting the winner from the spot. Michelle Allum scored the only goal of the game as Woodbridge Town won 1-0 at Kettering Town and they will travel to the winners of the postponed tie between Luton Town and Rothwell Town.
Crystal Palace ended the Cup run of London Corinthians with a narrow 1-0 victory and they now play Panthers, who defeated MSA Ladies 5-1 with goals from Kelly McHugh (2), Amy Butcher, Heivary and Kirsty O'Sullivan. Maidstone Town ran out 3-1 winners over Eastbourne Town and they must go to either Seahaven Harriers or Ebbsfleet Utd. Aimee Churchill and Nicola Morris netted for Maidstone along with an own goal.
Sheree Oliver, Katie Wilding, Jo Spinks, Claire Gooch and Beth Lovell scored the goals as Enfield Town won 5-1 at Billericay Town and will now play host to Lewes, also 5-1 victors over Chichester City thanks to a Tammy Waine double, Claire Trafford, Kelly Newton and Zoe Taylor. Kate Bowers and Anneka Nuttell both hit hat-tricks for Chesham Utd who scored eight without reply past Launton, Shantell Woodward and Natalie Adams adding the others to earn a home tie with London & South East League leaders Denham Utd who were 4-0 victors at Hannakins thanks to Lauren Gibson (2), Lauren Cox and Abbi Ellis.
Havant & Waterlooville were another side to record an 8-0 victory, away to Aldershot Town but they must wait to find out their next opponents as the tie between Littlehampton Town and Westfield was postponed. Lauren Cheshire bagged a hat-trick for the Hawks whose other goals came from Charley Wilson (2), Laura Oakes, Lizzie Laws and Chloe Ranger. Rosie Sharpe scored the only goal of the game as Weymouth won 1-0 at Stoke Lane Athletic to book themselves a trip to Newquay.
Oxford City came through a tough away tie at Maidenhead Utd with a 4-3 victory with Steph Mobbs, Angie McQuillan, Lauren Carnell and Hannah Smye all on target. They will be at home to Plymouth Argyle, who beat a plucky Bitton side 6-0. Rachael Javan (2), Hayley Stroud, Tash Knapman, Laura Perrett and an own goal ended the valiant resistance of their opponents. Katie Cook hit a hat-trick with others from Charlotte King, Kirsty Richardson, Abbie Sadler and Ella Hitchcox as Forest Green Rovers got past Swindon Town with a 7-2 victory and they now host Andover New Street, who were 5-3 winners away to Salisbury City. Chantelle Clark and Alex Cottier were on target twice for Andover along with Laura Gilbank.
Katie Ransome, switched up front from her normal full back position, responded by scoring both goals as Larkhall Athletic won 2-1 at Keynsham Town Development to avenge their league defeat seven days earlier. The Larks now host Southampton Saints, 3-1 winners over Gloucester City thanks to two goals from Janie Morgan and a Lou Castle strike. Bracknell Town ended the hopes of Cheltenham Town with a 2-0 victory, Sarah Lipscombe and Tracy Corkett producing the goals which mean they will travel to either Cullompton Rangers or Marine Academy (Plymouth).

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