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Whitley Bay are the fourth Regional League club to make it through to the Second Round of the FA Women's Cup but ended the dreams of Middleton Athletic, the last surviving County League side, with a 2-1 victory.
Lisa Coleman gave Whitley the lead midway through the first half after a Donna Brown corner had not been cleared and, after Middleton equalised from the penalty spot, Amy O'Brien broke through to score what proved to be the winning goal on the stroke of half time. Whitley reached the Fourth Round stage three years ago and they now have a plum tie against Leeds City Vixens of the Premier League.
Middlesbrough also booked themselves a meeting with Premier League opposition by beating Stockport County 2-0. Sarah Manning and Danni Scarr scored the goals which mean that 'Boro will travel to play Curzon Ashton.
Liverpool Feds came through a tricky tie against Morecambe and their next opponents will be Newcastle Utd. Gill Hart scored twice, with Gemma Perischine and Chantelle Thompson also on target to give the Feds a 4-3 victory over their North West League opponents.
Stoke City also won by the odd goal in seven away to Sheffield Utd Community and they now host Cambridge Women. Stoke had a good Cup run last season and they are doing well again this time around, thanks to an Emma Sanders double as well as Kate Asher and Kelly Pinner but they needed to fight back on three occasions, United having gone in front through Cheryl Mawhood, Zoe Beresford and Tania Marsden.
Wolverhampton Wanderers ended the challenge of West Midlands League high riders Solihull Ladies with a 4-0 victory. Abby Pope and Dani Selmes put Wolves two ahead inside the opening eleven minutes and they went on to add further goals through Rebecca Large and Amber Quick, to set themselves up with a home tie against Coventry City.
Sporting Club Albion also ensured themselves an intriguing Second Round tie after they won 3-0 away to Radcliffe Olympic. In one of the ties of the round, Kim Bebbington, Kayleigh Steele and Ashleigh Neville all found the net for Albion who now take on Aston Villa.
Rotherham Utd took their free scoring league form into the Cup as they ran out 11-1 winners over Daventry Town. Katie Hemming gave Rotherham the lead after just 90 seconds and Paige Crossman added a second with the first of her hat-trick. Hemming went on to complete her double and further goals came from Kirsty Richardson (2), Zuzana Pramukova (2), Nat Shaw and Amy Pollock with Laura Coulson scoring Daventry's consolation. Rotherham will now have a crack at a Premier League side with a Second Round trip to Derby County.
Norwich City, who got as far as the Fourth Round last season, progressed smoothly with a 6-1 victory over Cambridge University. Jodie Drake and Paige Shorten each scored twice, with Chelsea Garrett and Kate Parsons adding the others for Norwich who must travel to West Ham Utd.
Crystal Palace netted six without reply against Panthers to book themselves a tie away to Portsmouth.
Ebbsfleet Utd maintained their Cup run as they defeated Maidstone Town 3-0. Lisa Fulgence netted twice and Pip Lawrence the other for Fleet who now have a local derby tie against Gillingham.
Southampton Saints notched up a 3-1 win against Larkhall Athletic, Chelsea Owton, Krystal Whyte and Gemma Simmonds scoring the goals to set up a Second Round tie at home to Keynsham Town. (see match report)
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