Vitality #WomensFACup 1RQ: Bournemouth and Stoneham win shoot-outs

AFC Bournemouth celebrate winning on penalties
AFC Bournemouth celebrate after winning on penalties. (Photo:

AFC Bournemouth and AFC Stoneham both won on penalties in the delayed Vitality Women’s FA Cup 1st Round Qualifying ties.

Results for Sunday 11 October 

Farsley Celtic Juniors 1-2 Warrington Wolves
Blackburn CSC 3-2 Alnwick Town
Worcester City 4-1 Droitwich Spa
Royston Town 8-0 Brett Vale
Luton Town 5-0 Wroxham
Moneyfields 1-1 AFC Bournemouth (aet, 3-4 on pens)
Watford Development 1-9 Ashford Ladies
Badshot Lea 1-6 Saltdean United
Comets 0-1 Wycombe Wanderers
Worthing 6-0 Sutton United WFC
Regents Park Rangers 0-5 New London Lionesses
Callington Town 1-2 Ilminster Town
Sherborne Town 2-1 Oldland Abbotonians
Marine Academy Plymouth 3-5 Helston Athletic
Middlezoy Rovers 2-2 AFC Stoneham (aet, 1-3 on pens)

Warrington Wolves score from the spot
Warrington Wolves captain Helen Dobson scores from the spot. (Photo: Stephen Gaunt/

Warrington Wolves are rewarded with a home tie against FA WNL side Durham Cestria after a 2-1 victory at Farsley Celtic Juniors, Blackburn CSC edged out Alnwick Town 3-2 to book a big trip to Newcastle United.

Luton Town secured a home tie against Cambridge City, Royston Town won through to visit Stevenage and although Ashford Ladies thrashed Watford Development, their next tie at AFC Wimbledon is likely to be far more testing.

Two County League teams impressively won away to teams two tiers above. AFC Stoneham progressed on penalties at Middlezoy to next host Buckland, the Hampshire side’s keeper Sian Lodge having initially forced extra time when burying a stoppage time free-kick. Helston Athletic have a massive match at home to Southampton FC following their 5-3 success at Marine Academy Plymouth, where Sasha Sparkes scored twice for the Cornish side, Katy Barker-Thomas and Abigail Locke once each.

AFC Bournemouth’s shoot-out win sends them to Southampton Women’s FC, while Ilminster came away from Callington 2-1 victors and their prize is home advantage over Poole Town.

Moneyfields v AFC Bournmouth
AFC Bournemouth’s Helen Corbin and Emma Eldridge of Moneyfields. (Photo:

Revised 2nd Round Qualifying draw (18 October)
Merseyrail v Bolton LFC
Stockport County v Leeds United
Ossett United v Liverpool Feds
Brighouse Town v Spennymoor Town
Warrington Wolves v Durham Cestria
Blyth Town v Barnsley
Norton & Stockton Ancients v FC United of Manchester
Chorley v Wallsend BC
Chester-Le-Street Town v South Shields
Bradford City v Sunderland West End
Morecambe v Fleetwood Town Wrens
Newcastle United v Blackburn CSC
Dronfield Town v Coventry Sphinx
Worcester City v Stourbridge
Sporting Khalsa v Leafield Athletic
Sutton Coldfield Town v Wolverhampton Wanderers
Lincoln City v Burton Albion
Oadby & Wigston v Crusaders
Beaumont Park v Boldmere St Michaels
Solihull Moors v Bedworth United
Holwell Sports v Grimsby Town
Redditch United v Doncaster Rovers Belles
Long Eaton United v Netherton United
Northwich Vixens v Wem Town
Harlow Town v St Ives Town
Newmarket Town v Norwich City
Billericay Town v Cambridge United
Luton Town v Cambridge City
Hashtag United v Enfield Town
Stevenage v Royston Town
Ipswich Town v Peterborough Northern Star
AFC Wimbledon v Ashford Ladies
Actonians v Saltdean United
New London Lionesses v Worthing
Dartford v Eastbourne Town
Dulwich Hamlet v Leyton Orient
Fulham v Wycombe Wanderers
Maidenhead United v Denham United
Abingdon United v Chesham United
Ashford Town (Middx) v Kent Football United LFC
AEK-Boco v Larkhall Athletic
Portishead Town v Sherborne Town
Cheltenham Town v Brislington
Exeter City v Swindon Town
AFC Stoneham v Buckland Athletic
Ilminster Town v Poole Town
Helston Athletic v Southampton FC
Southampton Women’s FC v AFC Bournemouth

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