FA Women’s National League fixtures: 17-18 December

FA WNL fixtures
Photo: John Shirras

The FA Women’s National League’s last weekend of 2022 begins with a Saturday evening cup tie between Hashtag United and Watford.

The winners of Saturday’s game will host MK Dons in the quarter-finals, two more ties on Sunday will determine whether Plymouth Argyle or Cardiff City LFC play Portsmouth or Oxford United in the last eight.

Southampton Women welcome Swindon Town in the Plate, with the winners to host Billericay Town in the quarter-finals.

In the Southern Premier Division, Billericay Town and Ipswich Town would both go level on points with the sides in second and third if they beat Bridgwater United and Cheltenham Town respectively.

Division 1 North leaders Durham Cestria are home to Hull City, Newcastle United just a point behind and hosting Merseyrail.

London Seaward and Actonians are level on points in the top five before their meeting in Division 1 South East, while Exeter City will go level on points with Division 1 South West’s second-placed Bournemouth should they beat Larkhall Athletic.

Saturday 17 December

FA WNL Cup 2nd Round

Hashtag United v Watford (Aveley FC, 6pm)

Sunday 18 December (2pm)

Southern Premier Division

Billericay Town v Bridgwater United (Billericay Town FC)
Cheltenham Town v Ipswich Town (Cirencester Town FC)

Division 1 North

Durham Cestria v Hull City (Graham Sports Centre, 12pm)
Newcastle United v Merseyrail (Kingston Park Stadium)
Stockport County v York City (Stockport Sports Village)

Division 1 South East

London Seaward v Actonians (Wadham Lodge, 12pm)
Ashford Town v Chesham United (Ashford Town [Middx] FC)
Hounslow v Cambridge City (Hanworth Villa FC)

Division 1 South West

AFC St Austell v Portishead Town (AFC St Austell, 12.30pm)
Exeter City v Larkhall Athletic (Exwick Sports Hub)
Keynsham Town v Moneyfields (Keynsham Town FC)

FA WNL Cup 2nd Round

Plymouth Argyle v Cardiff City LFC (Manadon FDC)
Portsmouth v Oxford United (Havant & Waterlooville FC)

FA WNL Plate 2nd Round

Southampton Women v Swindon Town (Eastleigh FC, 12pm)

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