#FAWNLCup : Chorley repeat victory at Newcastle United Women

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Blackburn Rovers continued their defence of the Cup in which AFC Wimbledon, Chorley and Southampton WFC also progressed, while Portsmouth breezed through in the Plate.

Sunday 30th September

AFC Wimbledon 4-0 Buckland Athletic (Att: 100)
Enfield Town 3-4 Southampton WFC (Att: 45)
Guiseley Vixens 1-2 Blackburn Rovers
Newcastle United 1-2(aet) Chorley

Poole Town 0-9 Portsmouth

Cup holders Blackburn came through 2-1 at Guiseley, with a brace by Saffron Jordan. Shannon Durkin headed the Vixens level but Rovers regained the advantage by half time.

Chorley repeated their 2-1 league win over hosts Newcastle United but this time after the extra half-hour. Megan McKenzie levelled for United and Grace Donnelly saved a penalty but the Lancashire side hit a 98th-minute decider.

Enfield Town were edged out at home to Southampton WFC in a seven-goal thriller. Nuala McKevitt got an early goals for the hosts but the visitors built a 3-1 lead through a Jane Yeates brace and one for Kayleigh Tonks. Molly Peters and Sarah Degooye scored later for the Middlesex side, while Roxy Lee-Stewart sealed the win.

AFC Wimbledon were 4-0 winners over Buckland, with Bernice Tully and Laura Quinn-Low on target before the half-hour mark, Jenny Nagle and substitute Georgia Heasman scoring after the interval.

The sole Plate tie saw Portsmouth put away four first-half goals on the way to a comfortable 9-0 victory at Poole. Carla Perkins and Rachel Panting both hit hat-tricks, with Katie James, Eilidh Currie and Hannah Geer also on target.

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