#FAWNL: Chesham United win through to Cup quarter-finals

Chesham United reached the FAWNL Cup last eight.
Chesham United’s Gemma Fraser scores the only goal with Billericay Town’s Laken Duchar Clark closing in. (Photo: www,jamesprickett.co.uk)

Oxford United went fourth in the FA Women’s National League Southern Premier, Chesham United reached the Cup quarter-finals.

FA WNL results – 15 December 

NORTHERN PREMIER

Burnley P-P Hull City
Fylde P-P Nottingham Forest
Loughborough Foxes 6-1 Middlesbrough (Att: 62)

SOUTHERN PREMIER

Hounslow P-P Gillingham
Oxford United 2-1 Plymouth Argyle (Att: 66)

DIVISION 1 NORTH

Leeds United 2-0 Bolton Wanderers (Att: 100)

DIVISION 1 SOUTH EAST

Actonians 1-0 AFC Wimbledon
Cambridge United 3-0 Leyton Orient (Att: 30)
Ipswich Town P-P AFC Basildon

DIVISION 1 SOUTH WEST

Poole Town P-P Brislington
Southampton FC P-P Maidenhead United
Southampton Women’s P-P Larkhall Athletic

LEAGUE CUP 2ND ROUND

Chesham United 1-0 Billericay Town
Chorley P-P Sunderland
Crawley Wasps P-P Portsmouth

LEAGUE PLATE 2ND ROUND

Cheltenham Town 0-4 Chichester City

Chichester City into Plate Q-Fs
Cheltenham Town v Chichester City. (Photo: Will Cheshire)

Loughborough Foxes moved six points clear of the Northern Premier’s bottom two by hitting Middlesbrough 6-1, Anna Renken hitting a 28-minute hat-trick.

Oxford United climbed two places to fourth in the Southern Premier when coming back to defeat third-placed Plymouth. Tash Knapman’s opener brought a quick reply from Georgia Timma and Kayleigh Hines won it with an 88th-minute free-kick.

Leeds United moved within three points of Division 1 North leaders Barnsley by beating Bolton 2-0.

Actonians ended AFC Wimbledon’s unbeaten record in Division 1 South East with a second-hakf effort. Cambridge United climbed two places to ninth with a fine 3-0 result over Leyton Orient, Kelley Blanchflower bagging a brace and Emma Jenkins also on target.

Chesham United edged Billericay out of the League Cup with Gemma Fraser getting the only goal to take her team into the quarter-finals.

Chichester scored all four goals at Cheltenham to reach the last eight in the Plate.

There’s no festive break for the FA WNL just yet, with fixtures scheduled for Sunday 22 December.

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