#FAWNL: Tough away tests for Hornets and Potters

Watford rescued a point against Yeovil in September
Watford rescued a point against Yeovil Town in September. (Photo: Andrew Waller Images)

FA Women’s National League Northern Premier leaders Sunderland meet third-placed Stoke City and Watford, second in the Southern, are at Yeovil Town.

FA WNL fixtures – Sunday 15 March (2pm)


Burnley v Hull City (Padiham FC)
Fylde v Nottingham Forest (Mill Farm Sports Village)
Middlesbrough v Sheffield FC (Billingham Town FC)
Sunderland v Stoke City (Eppleton Colliery Welfare)
West Bromwich Albion v Huddersfield Town (Walsall Wood FC)


Chichester City v Oxford United (Selsey FC)
Gillingham v Keynsham Town (Chatham Town FC)
Milton Keynes Dons v Cardiff City LFC (Stadium MK)
Plymouth Argyle v Portsmouth (Manadon Sports Hub)
Yeovil Town v Watford (Dorchester Town FC, 3pm)


Burton Albion v Lincoln City (Rocester FC)
Doncaster Rovers Belles v Birmingham & West Midlands (Rossington Main FC)
Leafield Athletic v Long Eaton United (Dickens Heath Sports Club)
Leicester United v Solihull Moors (Holwell Sports FC)
The New Saints v Sporting Khalsa (TNS FC)


Brighouse Town v Newcastle United (Brighouse Town FC)
Chester le Street Town v Bolton Wanderers (Chester le Street Town FC)
Chorley v Norton & Stockton Ancients (Croston FC)
Leeds United v Durham Cestria (Nostell Miners Welfare FC)
Barnsley v Bradford City (Barnsley FC Academy, 3pm)


Cambridge United v Cambridge City (St Neots FC)
Kent Football United v Norwich City (Glentworth Sports Club)
Leyton Orient v Billericay Town (Mile End Stadium)


Brislington v Southampton FC (Brislington Stadium)
Chesham United v Buckland Athletic (Chesham Utd FC)
Maidenhead United v Exeter City (Maidenhead Utd FC)
Southampton Women’s v Larkhall Athletic (Romsey Town FC)

Northern Premier leaders Sunderland have only dropped two points in 13 games as they prepare to host Stoke, fourth-placed Nottingham Forest are at Fylde.

Watford lead the chasing pack trying to catch Southern Premier top team Crawley Wasps but have a tricky away day at Yeovil. Third-placed Oxford United are at Chichester, while Plymouth have home advantage in the Dockyard derby against Portsmouth.

Wolves will surely win Division 1 Midlands with three more victories from seven and Birmingham & West Midlands are their nearest challengers but have an awkward test at an improving Doncaster.

Barnsley and Brighouse are both still unbeaten in Division 1 North as they host Bradford and Newcastle respectively, while second-placed Leeds are up against Durham Cestria.

There’s a Cambridge derby in Division 1 South East, while Billericay stand to go third in the table if they avoid defeat at Orient, who are within striking distance of their visitors.

Brislington are up against South West leaders Southampton FC and Southampton Women’s in second host mid-table Larkhall.

#WomensFACup Q-Fs: North London derby to be televised

Would you like to read more women’s football news just like this? Sign up to receive the She Kicks Women’s Football newsletter