Vitality #WomensFACup 1st Rd: Cheltenham Town progress on penalties

Billercay Town celebrate
Therese Addison (fourth from left) celebrates the first of her four goals for Billericay Town. (Photo: www.jamesprickett.co.uk)

Vitality Women’s FA Cup  1st Round results included a penalties win for Cheltenham Town away to Exeter City.

Results for Sunday 13 December 

3rd Round Qualifying

Kent Football United 2-1 AFC Wimbledon (Att: 101)

1st Round Proper

FC United of Manchester 1-2 Liverpool Feds (Att: 121)
Chester-Le-Street Town 0-3 Brighouse Town
Newcastle United 3-1 Barnsley
Wolverhampton Wanderers 3-0 Stourbridge
Lincoln City 3-1 Solihull Moors
Wem Town P-P Boldmere St Michaels (waterlogged pitch)
Harlow Town 2-9 Ipswich Town (Att: 201)
Billericay Town 4-0 Maidenhead United
Leyton Orient 2-1 Actonians
AFC Bournemouth 0-5 Southampton FC (Att: 300)
Exeter City 1-1 Cheltenham Town (3-4 0n penalties)

Lincoln City Solihull Moors
Photo: @Lincoln_Women

Exeter City’s Abbie Britton cancelled out Billie Haynes earlier goal for Cheltenham Town with a late spot-kick, only for the visitors to then progress by winning the shoot-out.

Leyton Orient stunned Actonians with 90th minute goals from Egle Trezzi and Scarlett Smith to go through 2-1.

AFC Bournemouth bowed out 5-0 to Southampton FC, whose Ella Pusey netted three times.

Newcastle United knocked out Barnsley with goals from Katie Barker, Anna Soulsby and Georgia Gibson.

Newcastle United beat Barnsley
Newcastle United v Barnsley. (Photo: Colin Lock)

Wolves saw off Stourbridge with Anna Morphet, Jade Cross and Kelly Darby on target.

Brighouse Town also won 3-0, away at Chester le Street Town, with an Abi Lee brace and Becky Gompertz single all in the first 20 minutes.

Ipswich Town ran out 9-2 winners at Harlow Town where Georgia Allen notched a hat-trick, and the hosts had a record crowd of over 200.

Kent Football United edged AFC Wimbledon 2-1 to set up a home 1st Round tie with Enfield Town.

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