Liverpool Feds And Stevenage Cause FAWPL Cup Upsets

Liverpool Feds and Stevenage pull off wins away to higher division opposition in Wolves and Gillingham respectively, while Bradford City and TNS profit from penalties.

Sunday 3rd September

Blackburn Rovers 3-0 Barnsley
Bradford City 3-3 Fylde (Bradford won 3-2 on pens) (Att: 81)
C & K Basildon 8-0 Basingstoke Town
Cheltenham Town 1-2 Actonians (Att: 37)
Chester le Street Town 3-2 Hull City (Att: 30)
Chichester City 4-1 West Ham United (Att: 70)
Chorley 1-5 Leicester City WFC (Att: 66)
Coventry United 16-1 Haringey Borough (Att: 93)
Crystal Palace 10-1 Brislington
Derby County 7-0 Rotherham United (Att: 63)
Enfield Town 3-2 Keynsham Town (Att: 23)
Gillingham 0-1 Stevenage
Larkhall Athletic 1-8 Ipswich Town
Leicester City Ladies 0-5 Bolton Wanderers (Att: 60)
Lewes 3-1(aet) Southampton Saints (Att: 60)
Long Eaton United 1-2(aet) West Bromwich Albion
Loughborough Foxes 5-0 Sporting Khalsa (Att: 40)
Luton Town 2-4 Leyton Orient (Att: 59)
Maidenhead United 0-1(aet) Poole Town
Middlesbrough 5-0 Burton Albion (Att: 84)
Milton Keynes Dons 0-1 AFC Wimbledon
Morecambe 1-3 Stoke City
Mossley Hill 0-1 Brighouse Town (Att: 30)
Newcastle United 0-3 Huddersfield Town (Att: 69)
Norwich City 0-5 Cardiff City LFC
Nottingham Forest 7-1 Leeds United (Att: 94)
Queens Park Rangers 0-3 Portsmouth
Sheffield United 6-0 Birmingham & West Midlands (Att: 43)
Solihull Moors 1-2(aet) Guiseley Vixens
Southampton WFC 4-2 Denham United (Att: 34)
St Nicholas 0-5 Cambridge United
Steel City Wanderers 5-2(aet) Radcliffe Olympic
Swindon Town 0-11 Charlton Athletic
The New Saints 3-3 Crewe Alexandra (TNS won 5-4 on pens) (Att: 54)
Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-2 Liverpool Marshalls Feds (Att: 45)

Winners continue in the Cup, losing sides enter the Plate.

Stevenage (pictured above) posted perhaps the result of the round, as Nicole Hemmings got the only goal of the game at Gillingham and Katherine Long making several saves for the visitors.

Carla Lee and Chantelle Thompson found the net for Liverpool Feds (pictured top), in their fine 2-0 success away to Wolves.

Bradford City and Fylde finished locked at 3-3 after extra-time, with the Bantams having Laura Elford sent-off late on before progressing on sudden-death spot-kicks.

TNS and Crewe also shared six goals with the home side successful in the shoot-out.

Huddersfield on the attack at Newcastle.

Kate Mallin scored early and late in the game as Huddersfield Town won 3-0 at Newcastle United, with sub Hannah Campbell netting the third on 86 minutes.

Southampton Saints took Lewes to extra-time before going down 3-1, as Danielle Lane scored twice.

West Brom had to come from behind to win in the added 30 minutes at Long Eaton. Sophie Hull equalised for the Baggies and Leanne Mitchell got the decider.

Stoke City were losing at Morecambe before a Hannah Keryakoplis double brought them a 3-1 win.

A Chantelle O’Hara free-kick eventually saw Guiseley Vixens eliminate Solihull Moors 2-1 after a goalless 90 minutes.

Steel City Wanderers saw off Radcliffe Olympic with three extra-time goals to win 5-2.

Emily Scarr broke the deadlock for Middlesbrough on 55 minutes against a stubborn Burton Albion side and went on to notch a hat-trick in the 5-0 result.

Poole Town warm-up at Maidenhead.

AFC Wimbledon defeated arch rivals MK Dons for the second week running, with Katie Stanley scoring on 47 minutes.

Poole Town repeated their league win at Maidenhead United, this time the only goal coming in the extra half hour through a Rachel Alderson volley.

Coventry United hammered Haringey Borough 16-1 in easily the day’s top score, Stephanie Smith contributing four – a figure matched by substitute Helen Dermody.

South London pair Charlton and Crystal Palace were the others to net double-figures, the Addicks getting 11 at Swindon Town with four each by Ellie Dorey and Charlotte Gurr, while the Eagles beat Brislington 10-1.

Leyton Orient’s winners at Luton (Kent Teague)

Southampton WFC made an impressive debut by winning 4-2 over Denham United, where Laura Vokes bagged a brace. Leyton Orient did similarly in their game at Luton Town, where Sophie Le Marchand scored one and assisted with all the other three O’s goals.

Bolton Wanderers had a great first match in tje competition, running out 5-0 winners over Leicester City Ladies, two goals apiece from Michelle Kirkman-Ryan and Saff Newhouse.

Enfield Town enjoyed a good 3-2 home win over Keynsham Town, Regan Coleman getting all three.

Chichester City accounted for West Ham, with Jess Lewry netting twice in their 4-1 scoreline.

Chester le Street celebrate with a selfie.

Barnsley held Blackburn Rovers till the verge of half-time but fell behind to a Saffron Jordan effort. Jordan also scored after the interval, Faye McCoy getting the other.

Birmingham & West Midlands played much of the match at Sheffield United with 10 players after a suspected broken ankle and eventually bowed out beaten 6-0.

All the five goals came in the second half, as Chester le Street edged out Hull City 3-2, Nichole Goundry-Havery, Laura Hockaday and sub Elisha Jones their scorers.

Jade Widdowson, Molly Clark and Natasha Stephens were on target in Portsmouth’s 3-0 result at QPR.

An early Aimi Bereford effort was enough to see Brighouse Town through at Mossley Hill.

Jessica Byrne and Catherine Murphy got the goals as Actonians came away from Cheltenham Town 2-1 winners.

Cori Williams featured with a hat-trick as Cardiff City eased past Norwich City 5-0 away from home.

Loughborough Foxes won by the same scoreline over Sporting Khalsa, Laura Steele and Chloe Young bagging a brace each.

Nottingham Forest ran in five second-half goals to record a 7-1 win over Leeds United, with two by Amy Dicken.

Derby County sunk Rotherham United 7-0 with a couple by Andi Bell but the Millers lost their keeper to injury.

C & K Basildon put eight past Basingstoke Town with three for Jay Blackie, Ipswich Town also matched that score at Larkhall Athletic, where Cassie Craddock claimed a treble.

Teonie Peyton twice found the net in Cambridge United’s 5-0 result over hosts St Nicholas.

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