#FAWNL: Seven-goal Watford Ladies return to Southern summit

Watford go top of FAWNL Southern Premier
Helen Ward congratulates Ryah Vyse on her goal for Watford. (Photo: Andrew Waller Images)

Seven-goal Watford went top of The FA Women’s National League Southern Premier Division, while Fylde jumped three places to sixth in the Northern.

FA WNL results – 17 November

NORTHERN PREMIER

Derby County P-P Sunderland 
Fylde 2-1 Loughborough Foxes
Huddersfield Town P-P Sheffield FC

SOUTHERN PREMIER

Watford 7-0 Keynsham Town (Att: 171)

DIVISION 1 MIDLANDS

Birmingham & West Midlands 7-1 Leicester United (Att: 40)

DIVISION 1 NORTH

Chester le Street Town 1-2 Barnsley (Att: 40)
Durham Cestria 2-4 Leeds United (Att: 47)

LEAGUE PLATE 2ND ROUND

Stockport County 0-7 Middlesbrough

WOMEN’S FA CUP 1ST ROUND

Cheltenham Town 0-1 Leyton Orient (Att: 82)
Woodlands 0-13 Billericay Town

Fylde edged Loughborough Foxes 2-1 to jump three places to sixth in the Northern Premier, Ashleigh Hayes and Georgia Stevens having put them two goals up.

In the process of sinkng Keynsham Town 7-0, Watford rose back to the summit of the Southern Premier, dislodging Crawley Wasps on goal-difference. Adekite Fatuga-Dada and Ryah Vyse scored in the first 45, Andrea Carid added a couple, Katie O’Leary, Helen Ward and Ocean Rolandsen one each.

Birmingham & West Midlands also scored seven in Division 1 Midlands in their victory over Leicester United that lifted them up two places to second.

Barnsley moved three points clear at the top of Division 1 North but only after coming from behind to win 2-1 at Chester le Street Town, Laura Bartup brace’s coming in the last quarter of the game.

Leeds United went second in the table with a 4-2 result at Durham Cestria, despite twice being pegged back. Rebecca Hunt scored twice, Bridie Hannon and Millie Kenyon one apiece.

Middlesbrough stormed through to the Plate quarter-finals with all seven goals at lower division Stockport County, first-half doubles for Jasmine McQuade and Tyler Dodds sertting them on their way.

Leyton Orient booked a trip to Portsmouth in the Women’s FA Cup with a single-goal success at Cheltenham Town, where Ellie Stenning was on target.

Billericay Town cruised through 13-0 at East Midlands League side Woodlands and now host Gillingham on 1st December.

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