Ashford Town (Middx) pulled off perhaps the result of the round in the Vitality Women’s FA Cup, knocking out Oxford United.
Norton & Stockton Ancients P-P Leeds United
Salford City Lionesses 0-4 Newcastle United
Chorley P-P Bradford City
Hull City 1-2 Liverpool Feds
Brighouse Town P-P Farsley Celtic FC
AFC Fylde 2-3 Burnley
Sheffield FC P-P Huddersfield Town
Long Eaton United 7-0 Netherton United
Stoke City P-P Norwich City
Stevenage 0-2 Loughborough Lightning
Cambridge City 1-2 Stourbridge
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West Bromwich Albion 4-1 Lincoln United
Lye Town P-P Northampton Town
Wolverhampton Wanderers P-P Nottingham Forest
Leafield Athletic P-P Lincoln City
Queens Park Rangers 0-3 Billericay Town
Ipswich Town P-P Crawley Wasps
Gillingham A-A Actonians
Ashford Town (Middx) 3-0 Oxford United
Hashtag United 0-1 AFC Wimbledon
Hounslow 0-0 Clapton CFC (1-3 on pens)
Kent Football United P-P Chesham United
Portsmouth 2-1 AFC Bournemouth
Eastleigh 0-5 Exeter City
Ilminster Town 0-7 Southampton FC
Plymouth Argyle 4-2 AFC St Austell
Cheltenham Town 3-3 Southampton Women’s FC (aet, 5-6 on pens)
Chichester & Selsey 0-3 Bridgwater United
Ashford Town (Middx), leaders of the London & South East League, sent Oxford United of the FAWNL Southern Premier to a 3-0 defeat.
Stourbridge again won away to FAWNL opposition, the West Midlands League side eliminating Cambridge City.
Clapton won on penalties away from home against more senior opposition for the second successive round, Hounslow losing out following a goalless 90 minutes.
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Liverpool Feds won 2-1 at higher division Hull City with goals from Chan Thompson and Jen Rogers, Bournemouth had a narrow defeat at Portsmouth to an Evie Gane decider, Wimbledon accounted for hosts Hashtag United with Ashlee Hincks’ last-minute free kick.
Ellie Parker saved twice in the shoot-out as Southampton Women’s FC edged through at Cheltenham.
Ilminster had a bumper crowd of 312 for the visit of Southampton FC but were sunk 7-0 by the high-flying Saints.
Southern League Eastleigh attracted over 200 but visitors Exeter City went away having scored all five of the game’s goals.
Plymouth Argyle accounted for another South West League side as AFC St Austell bowed out 4-2 in front of over 150 fans.
Gillingham were 2-0 up against Actonians in the dying minutes when a serious injury forced the tie to be abandoned.