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 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 13 Oct 2021
The Reserve Section League Cup got underway last Sunday with the Determining Round ties being played. Northern Division leaders Middlesbrough eased through by winning 4-1 against Bradford City, Kerri Heslop netting twice alongside Rebecca Morris and Hannah Robson. Huddersfield Town meanwhile defeated Stockport County 5-1, courtesy of Tara Duce (2), Falone Sumaili, Cassidy Clift and Sian Gibrill-Keating. Liverpool Feds got the better of Loughborough Lightning in a high scoring affair, winning 7-5 after extra time, whilst Jasmine Elliott-Wood and Chloe Ryan each hit hat-tricks for Durham Cestria in their 9-1 victory over Barnsley. Cassie Donald, Rebecca Henderson and Rebecca Bell accounted for the Wildcats' other goals. Aleesha Collins, Chloe Drury, Jessica Hodge, Taylor Howarth, Beth MacDonald and Grace Foy accounted for the goals as Chorley defeated Leeds Utd 6-1. Wolverhampton Wanderers scored six without reply away to Doncaster Rovers Belles, Chantelle Teare netting twice along with Harriett Wellings, Beth Grady, Thea Clearkin and Isobel Redding, meanwhile Seanna McCann-Lloyd bagged a hat-trick with Lauren Wilshaw (2), Mya Lewis-Powell (2), Ava Suckley, Sarah Jones and Polly Barrow adding the others for Stoke City in their 10-2 victory over Solihull Moors. Alivia Chambers scored the only goal as Lincoln City beat Sporting Khalsa 1-0 and Cambridge Utd were 5-1 winners over Leicester City, Tabitha Brignell netting a hat-trick and Grace Camfield the other two. Cambridge City though were beaten 2-1 by Enfield Town, whose goals came from Holly Holt and Claire Huggins. South East Division leaders Watford were beaten on penalties by Milton Keynes Dons after the teams had battled out a 1-1 draw. Crystal Palace raced to an 8-2 victory away to Hashtag Utd, Alexandre-Sarah Bokotshi and Ella-Mai Coutts each netting twice along with Syke Bacon, Morgan Searle, Rosa Tims and Alex Hayman. Aulona Xhema, Libby Skinner, Cloe O'Brien and an own goal saw West Ham Utd to a 4-1 victory at Norwich City and AFC Wimbledon defeated Stevenage Women with goals from Lucy Collins (2), Khyri McKenzie, Elisaveta Lyutakova and Szofia Siber. Lily-Mae Hillier, Honor Norton, Taylor Bell, Kayleigh Cartwright and Isabelle Tomlin accounted for the goals as Charlton Athletic won 5-0 against Billericay Town, whilst Erin Hartigan was on target four times for Oxford Utd against London Seaward. Nicole Leys, Holly Sellwood and Merrick Will each netted twice, with Katie Sherwood and Anais Harris-Beechers rounding off the scoring. Kaylee Buckingham also bagged a four-goal haul for Southampton FC Women in their victory over Keynsham Town, Sky Bedwell and Katie Rood each netting twice and Emilie Castagna was also on the scoresheet. Ellie-Mae Bell scored twice for Bridgwater Utd in their 3-0 win away to Portsmouth and Lewes beat Chichester & Selsey 6-0.

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