Dons and Hull Only FA WPL Victors

Tigresses and Toon respect handshake. (Photo: @NUWFCOfficial)

Hull City edged Newcastle United in the FA WPL Plate, while AFC Wimbledon beat Leyton Orient in the South East Division 1 top of the table clash, in a weather-devastated programme.

Sunday 10th December
FA WPL CUP 2ND ROUND
C & K Basildon P-P Charlton Athletic
Cambridge United P-P Coventry United
Cardiff City LFC P-P Plymouth Argyle
Leicester City WFC P-P Loughborough Foxes
Lewes P-P Portsmouth
Nottingham Forest P-P Guiseley Vixens

FA WPL PLATE 2ND ROUND
Birmingham & West Midlands P-P Crewe Alexandra
Brislington P-P West Ham United
Fylde P-P Leeds United
Hull City 1-0 Newcastle United (Att: 20)
Luton Town P-P Southampton Saints
Norwich City P-P Milton Keynes Dons
Swindon Town P-P Keynsham Town

FA WOMEN’S PREMIER LEAGUE
NORTHERN DIVISION
Derby County P-P Bradford City
Stoke City P-P Middlesbrough

SOUTHERN DIVISON
Chichester City P-P Gillingham
Queens Park Rangers P-P Crystal Palace

MIDLANDS DIVISION 1
Burton Albion P-P Sporting Khalsa
Radcliffe Olympic P-P Steel City Wanderers
Sheffield United P-P Long Eaton United
Solihull Moors P-P Rotherham United
The New Saints P-P Leicester City LFC

NORTHERN DIVISION 1
Morecambe P-P Liverpool Marshalls Feds
Mossley Hill Athletic P-P Barnsley

SOUTH EAST DIVISION 1
AFC Wimbledon 3-0 Leyton Orient (Att: 70)
Actonians P-P Stevenage
Denham United P-P Enfield Town
Ipswich Town P-P Haringey Borough

SOUTH WEST DIVISION 1
Basingstoke Town P-P Larkhall Athletic
Southampton WFC P-P Maidenhead United
St Nicholas P-P Poole Town

Tigresses into last eight

Hull City edged fellow Northern Division 1 opponents Newcastle United, to reach the quarter-finals of the Plate competition.

Rachel Ackroyd got the only goal in the first half, when chasing a through ball and slotting it past visiting keeper, Grace Donnelly.

Dons defeat O’s

Katie Stanley (Photo: AFC Wimbledon LFC)

AFC Wimbledon went five points clear in the South East Division 1 after a 3-0 victory over second-placed Leyton Orient.

The Dons had an effort hit the crossbar and come down on the goal-line before Katie Stanley later put them ahead.

After the break, Orient conceded a penalty for handball and Jordanne Hoesli-Atkins successfully converted.

The points were ensured with a third goal, which Kelly-Jade Whelan finished off after Stanley’s strike was parried.

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