#WomensFACup 3RQ: Ipswich Town Women host Canaries

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The Women’s FA Cup 3rd Round qualifying ties feature the East Anglian derby between Ipswich Town and Norwich City.

Sunday 27 October (2pm)

Actonians v Fulham (Rectory Park, Middlesex FA)
Birmingham & West Midlands v Crewe Alexandra (Romulus FC)
Bowers & Pitsea v Luton Town (Bowers & Pitsea FC)
Cambridge City v AFC Basildon (Ely City FC)
Cheltenham Town v Exeter City (Cheltenham Saracens FC)
Chesham United v Wycombe Wanderers (Chesham Utd FC)
Chester le Street Town v Newcastle United (Chester le Street Town FC)
Enfield Town v AFC Wimbledon (Enfield Town FC)
Harlow Town v Billericay Town (Harlow Town FC)
Hartlepool United v Chorley (East Durham College)
Ipswich Town v Norwich City (Felixstowe & Walton FC)
Leeds United v Barnsley (LUFC Training Ground)
Leicester United v Leek Town (Melton Town FC)
Northwich Vixens v Liverpool Feds (Northwich Vixens FC)
Norton & Stockton Ancients v Durham Cestria (Norton Teesside Sports Complex)
Peterborough United v The New Saints (Mick George Training Academy)
Portishead Town v Moneyfields (Portishead Town FC)
Queens Park Rangers v Leyton Orient (QPR Training Ground)
Southampton FC v Poole Town (AFC Totton)
Southampton Women’s v AFC Bournemouth (Romsey Town FC)
Sporting Khalsa v Lincoln City (Sporting Khalsa FC)
Stockport County v Brighouse Town (Stockport Sports Village)
Sutton Coldfield Town v Wolverhampton Wanderers (Sutton Coldfield Town FC)

Ipswich have already beaten the Canaries 4-1 in the league and sit goal-difference off the top of the FA WNL Division 1 South East.

There’s also an all-Yorkshire clash as Division 1 North leaders Barnsley head to fifth-placed Leeds United and Newcastle look to avenge their recent league loss to Chester le Street.

QPR versus Orient is one of three London derbies, with Actonians facing Fulham and Enfield entertaining Wimbledon.

Eastern League title-chasing Harlow test their FA WNL credentials at home to Billericay Town, likewise Leek on their visit to Leicester United.

Northwich Vixens are without a win in North West Division 1 South but they will attempt to span two levels when taking on Liverpool Feds.

Two of the Regional League sides that accounted for FA WNL opposition in the last round again face similar challenges, as AFC Bournemouth go to Southampton Women’s and Peterborough United have home advantage over The New Saints.

There’s a total of 15 sides from the regions left in the competition with two guaranteed places in the 1st Round Proper, as Bowers & Pitsea face Luton and Portishead play Moneyfields.

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