Vitality #WomensFACup 3RQ: Bournemouth and FC United cause upsets

FC United v Chorley
FC United of the North West league knocked out FAWNL side Chorley. (Photo: John Shirras)

AFC Bournemouth and FC United of Manchester beat higher league opponents in the Vitality Women’s FA Cup 3rd Round Qualifying.

3rd Rd Qualifying results – 1 November:

Fleetwood Town Wrens P-P Liverpool Feds
FC United of Manchester 2-1 Chorley
Barnsley 4-1 Leeds United
Brighouse Town 3-0 Merseyrail
Newcastle United 4-1 Sunderland West End
Chester-Le-Street Town 3-2 Durham Cestria
Solihull Moors 3-0 Sporting Khalsa
Holwell Sports 0-2 Lincoln City
Stourbridge 3-0 Crusaders

Stourbridge celebrations
Stourbridge made the 1st Round proper for the first time. (Photo: @lensawag1)

Wem Town 4-3 Coventry Sphinx
Long Eaton United 0-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Redditch United 1-2 Boldmere St Michaels
Luton Town P-P Enfield Town
Harlow Town 3-3 Royston Town (Harlow won 4-2 on pens)
Billericay Town 2-1 Chesham United
Norwich City 1-3 Ipswich Town
Actonians 4-0 Worthing
Fulham 1-2 Maidenhead United
Kent Football United P-P AFC Wimbledon
Eastbourne Town P-P Leyton Orient
Exeter City 7-0 AEK Boco
Cheltenham Town 3-1 Portishead Town

AFC Bournemouth's Molly Clark
AFC Bournemouth’s Molly Clark celebrates her second goal. (Photo:

AFC Bournemouth 3-1 Buckland Athletic

Molly Clark hit a hat-trick as Southern League AFC Bournemouth beat Buckland Athletic 3-1, to go further in the competition than they have ever previously managed to do.

Ilminster Town 0-4 Southampton FC

Newcastle United v Sunderland West End
Newcastle United saw off North East League visitors Sunderland West End. (Photo: Colin Lock)

Coventry Sphinx scored first and pushed hosts Wem Town all the way, before the regional league side eventually bowed out 4-3.

Ipswich Town won the East Anglian derby at Norwich City 3-1, having built a 3-0 lead over the Canaries.

Barnsley celebrations
Barnsley celebrate a goal against Leeds United. (Photo: Julian Barker)
Barnsley’s Kathryn Smith scored after around 10 seconds, Lindsey Tugby doubled the lead, Laura Bartup reducing the arrears for Leeds but goals late in the second half from Darcie Greene and Courteney Csomor saw the Tykes progress.

High-scoring Wolves were limited to a single goal at Long Eaton but it was enough to send Wanderers through.

Harlow Town's winning penalty.
Kaydee King scores the winning penalty for Harlow Town. (Gary Reed Photography)

One tie went to penalties as Harlow Town edged out Eastern League rivals Royston Town, after they had finished all square at 3-3.

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