Vitality Women’s FA Cup: Regional League trio beat FAWNL teams

Worthing won 8-1 at Richmond Park
Niamh Andersson (Worthing) and Lauren Hawkley (Richmond Park. (Photo: www.jamesprickett.co.uk)

Three more FAWNL teams bowed out of the Vitality Women’s FA Cup 3rd Round Qualifying to regional league opposition.

Warrington Wolves 7-3 Farsley Celtic JFC
Oughtibridge War Memorial 7-1 Nottingham Trent University
Burton Albion 2-4 Lichfield City
Long Eaton United 0-6 Leafield Athletic
Lincoln United 7-0 Northampton Town (Att: 105)
Wem Town 1-0 Chesterfield
Harpenden Town 0-2 Needham Market
London Seaward 8-0 St Ives Town
Colney Heath 1-0 Cambridge City
Bedford 0-7 Hashtag United
Luton Town 4-1 AFC Sudbury
Hounslow 1-8 Clapton CFC (Att: 140)
AFC Whyteleafe 0-3 Ebbsfleet United
Queens Park Rangers 1-7 AFC Wimbledon
Richmond Park 1-8 Worthing
Poole Town 0-2 Weymouth

Lincoln United’s Lauren Churcher hit a hat-trick as Northampton Town were sunk 7-0, setting up a home tie with Dronfield Town.

Clapton also had a seven-goal margin of victory at Hounslow, with Ashford United now their next opponents.

Colney Heath accounted for Cambridge City and will face Hashtag United in the first round proper after they eased through at Bedford.

Consett will welcome Warrington Wolves, Asfordby will have home advantage over  Lichfield City, likewise Sutton Coldfield Town against Leafield Athletic.

Lye Town will be the destination for Wem Town, who scored soon after Chesterfield’s Amy Pashley had a penalty well-saved.

A trip to Bowers & Pitsea beckons for Needham Market, Royston Town are set to entertain London Seaward.

Luton Town will face a challenging home tie against Ipswich Town, Ebbsfleet United will entertain Southampton Women’s.

Wimbledon’s Ashlee Hincks completed her third hat-trick of the season in a 7-1 defeat of QPR, to book a tie at Selsey.

Worthing’s Ellie Russell also scored three at Richmond Park to secure a home tie with Sutton United.

Weymouth won at Pool Town and will host  Keynsham Town in the next round.

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