Vitality #WomensFACup: Brighouse and Leeds secure big home ties

Northampton Town won at Lye Town in the FA Cup
Lye Town’s goalkeeper denies Northampton Town a goal. (Photo: Will Cheshire)

Brighouse Town and Leeds United won through to host Sunderland and Durham respectively in the Vitality Women’s FA Cup 3rd Round.

Chorley 5-0 Bradford City (Att: 55)
Norton & Stockton Ancients 1-2 Leeds United (Att: 200)
Brighouse Town 8-0 Farsley Celtic FC (Att: 116)
Sheffield FC 0-3 Huddersfield Town
Leafield Athletic 2-3 Lincoln City
Lye Town 1-2 Northampton Town
Stoke City 5-1 Norwich City
Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-4 Nottingham Forest (Att: 260)
Kent Football United 1-6 Chesham United (Att: 91)
Ipswich Town 4-0 Crawley Wasps

Leeds United win through in WFA Cup
Leeds United play Durham next Sunday. (Photo: John Shirras)

Leeds progressed past Norton 2-1 thanks to a last-minute winner and can now look forward to taking on Championship title-chasers Durham, who are two divisions their senior.

Brighouse Town’s Leah Embley scored half their eight goals against Farsley Celtic, with their reward a home tie with Sunderland.

Lincoln City recovered a two-goal deficit at Leafield Athletic to win 3-2, Amy Blinkhorn’s 25-yard half-volley in-between a Jessica Rousseau double.

The Imps next meet Northampton Town, who also dramatically came through with late goals. Leah Cudone levelled and had a penalty saved after Lye Town hit the post with a spot-kick, Francesca Partridge winning in in stoppage-time with another effort from the spot.

Huddersfield Town netted three second-half goals at Sheffield FC to secure a tie with Loughborough Lightning.

Chorley put five goals past Bradford City to book a clash with Newcastle United. Aleesha Collins and Ellie Cleary each struck twice to send Chorley into the third round for the first time ever.

Chesham United won 6-1 at Kent Football United
KFU’s Jordan Butler and Chesham United’s three-goal Kim Farrow. (Photo: www.jamesprickett.co.uk)

Chesham United hit hosts Kent Football United for six with Kim Farrow netting a hat-trick, to set up a tie with Billericay Town.

Ipswich Town were 4-0 winners over Crawley Wasps and now visit Wimbledon.

Stoke City saw off Norwich City 5-1 to have home advantage over Nottingham Forest, who pulled off a fine 4-0 win at W0lves.

Revised 3rd Round draw: Sunday 12 December

Chorley v Newcastle United
Leeds United v Durham
Brighouse Town v Sunderland
Burnley v Liverpool
Liverpool Feds v Blackburn Rovers
Huddersfield Town v Loughborough Lightning
Lincoln City v Northampton Town
Stoke City v Nottingham Forest
West Bromwich Albion v Long Eaton United
Stourbridge v Sheffield United
Watford v Coventry United
Gillingham v Charlton Athletic
Ashford Town (Middx) v London City Lionesses
Bristol City v Lewes
Bridgwater United v Crystal Palace
Plymouth Argyle v Clapton CFC
Chesham United v Billericay Town
Portsmouth v Southampton FC
Southampton Women’s v Exeter City
AFC Wimbledon v Ipswich Town

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