Sunday’s pre-season games featured a 4-0 north London derby win for Arsenal Women and Liverpool holding Manchester United.
Here’s the results from the weekend, where publicised:
Abergavenny 3-0 Kidderminster Harriers
Abingdon United 1-2 Maidenhead United
AFC Fylde defeated Everton U-23s 3-1, Faye McCoy with a double and Jenna Carroll with the third.
Ascot United 2-3 Eastleigh
Axminster Town 5-2 Signal Box Oak Villa
Alton and visitors Badshot Lea finished all square at 3-3 at full-time but keen for extra minutes a further half-hour was played, in which the away side scored twice.
Banbury United 2-9 Northampton Town DS
Basingstoke Town 2-1 Bursledon
Biggleswade United XI 1-4 Bedford
Darlington came from 2-0 down at the break to record a 4-2 victory away at Bishop Auckland.
Bournemouth Sports 8-0 Winchester City Flyers
Bournemouth Sports Res 1-1 AFC Portchester
Brentford Res 2-0 Luton Town Res
Bridport 0-5 Weymouth
Bristol City Academy 0-4 Plymouth Argyle
Bristol Rovers DS 2-2 Forest Green Rovers Res
Briton Ferry Llansawel 0-2 Cardiff City Ladies
Bromley 1-2 AFC Acorns
Burley Trojans 2-3 Farsley Celtic JFC
Burnley Belvedere 2-3 Accrington Stanley XI
Cascade 1-2 Cardiff City FC
Holland LFC 3-3 Chelmsford City
Chester le Street United 5-1 Leam Rangers
Chester 2-5 Liverpool Feds Res
Chichester & Selsey 0-1 Queens Park Rangers
Coalville Town DS 3-1 Belper Town
Crewe Alexandra 6-0 Port Vale
Dartford 4-1 Crawley Wasps DS
Denham United 0-6 Abingdon Town
Sunderland’s Keira Ramshaw scored twice, Neve Herron and Emma Kelly one apiece in a 4-2 victory at Derby County.
Dulwich Hamlet 4-2 Enfield Town (Att: 175)
Durham Cestria 2-0 Harrogate Town
In an FSA Trophy tie on Saturday, FAWNL newcomers FC United of Manchester defeated Clapton CFC 9-0, with Ella Hartley on target three times.
Feniton 10-0 Westexe Park Rangers
Hartlepool United 4-2 West Allotment Celtic
Herne Bay 1-2 Sutton United
Huddersfield Amateurs ‘B’ 4-3 Queensbury Celtic
Hull United 4-0 Sheffield Wednesday
Kent Football United 3-1 Whyteleafe
Kings Lynn Soccer School 0-6 Cardea
Kings Lynn Town 0-3 Notts County
Knebworth 3-3 Stotfold
Lawford 7-1 Bowers & Pitsea DS
Leeds United defeated Doncaster Rovers Belles 2-0, a Laura Bartup opener added to late on by Holly Orr. The inaugural Julie Chipchase Memorial Match saw the former Belles and Leeds player honoured with a minute’s applause, while supporters and ex-teammates wore shirts bearing her name and kits from her playing days.
Lewes 2-0 Portsmouth
Liverpool held hosts Manchester United 2-2, Leanne Kiernan’s opener bringing replies from Leah Galton and Kirsty Hanson, before Carla Humphrey equalised for the visitors in the second half.
Llanelli Town 4-1 Afan Lido
Loughborough Lightning 5-0 Burton Albion
Malvern Town 7-0 Winchcombe Town
Lucy Watson led the way with three goals as Sheffield United ran out 7-0 winners at Middlesbrough.
Milton Keynes Dons edged West Bromwich Albion 5-4, fighting back from 4-2 down with a second-half hat trick from Mollie Coupar.
Newmarket Town 1-1 St.Ives Town
Nottingham Forest’s Charlotte Greengrass grabbed a late leveller to hold Watford to a 1-1 draw.
Oxford City 1-6 AFC Wimbledon
Oxford United sent Arsenal U-21s to a 3-2 defeat, with Beth Lumsden getting all three goals for the hosts.
Penrith 1-7 Fleetwood Town Wrens
Peterborough Northern Star 1-7 Cambridge United
Plymouth Argyle DS 1-0 Keynsham Town DS
Pontardawe 12-2 Newport City
Ripon City 14-1 Richmond Town
Royston Town 0-4 Stevenage
Shrewsbury Town 6-2 Chester DS
Solihull Moors 1-4 Hashtag United
Solihull Sporting 1-6 Chesterfield
Southampton FC held London City Lionesses 2-2, taking the lead through Lucia Kendell and although Amy Rodgers and Jamie Lee-Napier turned the game in the visitors’ favour, Sophia Pharoah chipped home the equaliser in the last ten minutes.
Southend United 7-1 Stones LFC
Stockport County 0-2 Huddersfield Town
Stockport County Res 4-2 Wythenshawe
Stourbridge DS 4-0 Sporting Khalsa DS
Swindon Town 1-5 Crawley Wasps
Thame 3-4 Wantage Town
Tottenham Hotspur were beaten 4-0 by Arsenal in one of The Mind Series matches, academy player Alex Hennessy scoring twice, Katie McCabe with a penalty following a foul on Beth Mead, while Anna Patten got the other from 20 yards.
Trearddur Bay 0-9 Bethel
Watton 1-3 Biggleswade United XI
Wirral Phoenix 9-0 Peninsula
Wolverhampton Wanderers DS 3-2 Aberystwyth Town
Woodbridge Town 2-1 Kesgrave
Wrexham 6-1 Northop Hall
Tuesday 10 August
Huddersfield Town v Sheffield United
Llanystwmdwy v Bethel
Wootton Blue Cross v Royston Town
Wednesday 11 August
Derby County v Aston Villa Academy
Newhaven v Ringmer
Ossett United v Leeds United U-23s
Parkwood Rangers v Cray Valley
Thursday 12 August
Brighton & Hove Albion v London City Lionesses
Hartlepool United v Middlesbrough Res
Rangers v Chelsea (7.15pm – live on CFC YouTube / Facebook)
Friday 13 August
Helston Athletic v Torquay United