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Sylvain

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FA Women's Cup 2012-13
« on: August 24, 2012, 08:43:13 PM »
 FA WOMEN'S CUP 1ST ROUND QUALIFYING DRAW:
(ties to be played on Sunday September 30th 2012)

Chester-Le-Street Town v York City
Crown Newlaithes v Jarrow
Consett v Peterlee St Francis
Forest Hall v Durham Wildcats
Redcar Athletic v Kendal Town
Workington Reds v Whitley Bay
Lowick United v Norton & Stockton Ancients
North Shields v Birtley Town
Whickham Fellside v California
Keighley Oaks v Steel City Wanderers
Appleby Frodingham v Rothwell LFC
Barnsley v Kirklees
Bradford Park Avenue v Brighouse
Handsworth v Guiseley AFC
Wetherby Athletic v Ossett Albion
Accrington v Tranmere Rovers
Crewe Alexandra v Irlam
Warrington Town v Blackpool
Padiham v Preston North End
Middleton Athletic v City of Manchester
Morecambe v Blackpool Wren Rovers
Long Eaton United v Nettleham
Sandiacre Town v Retford United
Oadby & Wigston Dynamo v Dronfield Town
West Bridgford v Mansfield Town
Ruddington Village v Rise Park
Arnold Town v Lutterworth Athletic
Birmingham & West Midlands Police v AFC Telford United
Cottage Farm Rangers v Coventry Sphinx
Coventry Development v Walsall
Pegasus Juniors v Malvern Town
Bradwell Belles v FC Reedswood
Allscott v Lightwood
TNS v Bilbrook
Lichfield Diamonds v Crusaders
Lye Town v Kenilworth Town
Shenstone v Ellistown
Peterborough Sports Parkway v Raunds Town
AFC Trinity v Great Shelford
Roade v Outwell Swifts
Netherton v Stewarts & Lloyds Corby
Huntingdon Town v Brackley Sports
AFC Sudbury v Colchester Town
Chelmsford City v Fakenham Town
Hutton v Haverhill Rovers
Hockering v Wymondham Town
West Billericay v Assandun Vikings
Hethersett Athletic v Lowestoft Town
Leighton United Vixens v Leverstock Green
Barking v Stevenage Borough
Standon & Puckeridge v Sandy
MSA v Sawbridgeworth Town
Kikk United v Haringey Borough
Royston Town v St.Albans City
Old Actonians v Launton
Maidenhead United v Banbury United
Tring Athletic v City Belles
Headington v Denham United
Oxford City v Ascot United
Reading LFC v Colne Valley
Marlow v Bracknell Town
Hemel Hempstead Town v Newbury
Abbey Rangers v Meridian
Rusthall v Maidstone United Rascals
Ashford v South Park
AFC Wimbledon v East Preston
Ramsgate v Crawley Wasps
Milford & Witley v Eastbourne
Eastbourne Town v Claygate Royals
Parkwood Rangers v Anchorians
Haywards Heath Town v London Corinthians
Long Lane v Bexhill United
Prince of Wales v Knaphill
Regents Park Rangers v Battersea Ironsides
Victoire v Maidstone Town
Dartford YMCA v Westfield
Rottingdean Village v New Forest
Weymouth v Aldershot Town
Parley v Shanklin
Fleet Town v Poole Town
Swindon Spitfires v Gosport Borough
Wootton Bassett Town v Southampton WFC
Andover New Street v Christchurch
Cheltenham Civil Service v Brislington
Quedgeley Wanderers v Bristol Union
St.Nicholas v Launceston
Forest of Dean v Heavitree Social
Larkhall Athletic v Bude Town
Ilminster Town v Street
Pen Mill v Bitton
Falmouth Town v Cheltenham Town
Downend Flyers v AEK Boco
Bridgwater Town v Stoke Lane

DATES OF ROUNDS
Third Round Qualifying Sunday 11 November 2012
First Round Proper Sunday 9 December 2012
Second Round Proper Sunday 6 January 2013
Third Round Proper Sunday 3 February 2013
Fourth Round Proper Sunday 24 February 2013
Fifth Round Proper Sunday 17 March 2013
Sixth Round Proper Sunday 31 March 2013
Semi Final Sunday 28 April 2013
Final Saturday 26 May 2013

PRIZE FUND PAYMENTS
First Round Qualifying winners (92) £125
Second Round Qualifying winners (53) £175
Third Round Qualifying winners (50) £225
First Round Proper winners (25) £250
Second Round Proper winners (22) £300
Third Round Proper winners (16) £400
Fourth Round Proper winners (8) £500
Fifth Round Proper winners (8) £600
Sixth Round Proper winners (4) £1,000
Semi Final winners (2) £2,000
Final runners-up (1) £2,000
Final winners (1) £5,000

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The prize fund payments are still a joke £5 000 for the winners.

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2012-13
« Reply #1 on: August 25, 2012, 01:36:37 PM »
i agree,it costs more to win it than the prize money, the winnings should be more like 75.000 to make it viable.

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2012-13
« Reply #2 on: October 14, 2012, 09:25:19 AM »
 Sunday October 14th (2pm)
FA WOMEN'S CUP 2ND ROUND QUALIFYING

Jarrow v Whitley Bay (Perth Green Community Association)
Peterlee St.Francis v Whickham Fellside (Eden Lane Playing Fields)
Kendal Town v Chester-Le-Street Town (Kendal Town FC)
Abbeytown v North Shields (Barton Laws, West Street, Wigton)
Prudhoe Town v Penrith (Prudhoe Town FC)
Norton & Stockton Ancients v Durham Wildcats (Norton & Stockton Ancients FC)
Guiseley v Barnsley (Guiseley AFC)
Ossett Albion v Hull City (Ossett Albion FC)
Steel City Wanderers v Bradford Park Avenue (Hillsborough Arena)
Rothwell LFC v Westella & Willerby (Rothwell JFC)
City of Manchester P-P Blackpool FC Ladies
Morecambe v Birkenhead (Lancaster & Morecambe College)
Tranmere Rovers v Preston North End LFC (Ashville FC)
Crewe Alexandra v Chester City (Cumberland Arena)
Rise Park v Nettleham (Arnold Town FC)
Mansfield Town v Oadby & Wigston Dynamo (Blackwell MWFC)
Sandiacre Town v Lutterworth Athletic (Sandiacre Town FC)
Pegasus Juniors v Ellistown (Pegasus Juniors FC)
Kenilworth Town v TNS (Gypsy Lane)
FC Reedswood v Crusaders (Long Lane Park)
Walsall v Coventry Sphinx (Great Wyrley FC)
Birmingham & West Midlands Police v Allscott (Tally Ho, Pershore Road)
Huntingdon Town v Roade (Huntingdon Town FC)
Peterborough Northern Star v Hampton (Peterborough Northern Star FC)
Peterborough Sports Parkway v Netherton (Peterborough Sports & Leisure Club)
AFC Trinity v Moulton (Nether Heyford Playing Field)
West Billericay v Haverhill Rovers (Hannakins Farm Community Centre)
Hethersett Athletic v Billericay Town (Eaton College, Norwich)
AFC Sudbury v Wymondham Town (AFC Sudbury)
Chelmsford City v C&K Basildon (Barnston AFC)
Kikk United v Leighton United Vixens (Mile End Stadium)
MSA v Standon & Puckeridge (Douglas Eyre Sports Ground, Walthamstow)
Barking v St.Albans City (Barking FC)
Oxford City v City Belles (Court Place Farm Stadium)
Colne Valley v Bracknell Town (The Broadway, Laleham, Staines)
Launton v Denham United (Launton Playing Fields)
Maidenhead United v Hemel Hempstead Town (Taplow United FC)
Panthers v Long Lane (Colliers Wood Utd FC)
Ashford Girls v Battersea Ironsides (Sandyacre Sports & Social Club)
London Corinthians v Maidstone United Rascals (London Girls FC)
Maidstone Town v Rottingdean Village (Kent Police HQ)
Knaphill v Eastbourne Town (Knaphill FC)
Eastbourne LFC v Westfield (Eastbourne Sports Park)
AFC Wimbledon v Abbey Rangers (AFC Wimbledon)
Parkwood Rangers v Crawley Wasps (Bexley Park Sport & Social Club)
Southampton Women v Weymouth (Romsey Town FC)
Swindon Spitfires v Poole Town (Supermarine Sports & Social Club)
Shanklin v Andover New Street (The County Ground)
Forest Of Dean v Stoke Lane Athletic (Ellwood FC)
Downend Flyers v Bitton (DRG Stapleton, Bristol)
Larkhall Athletic v Falmouth Town (Larkhall Athletic FC)
St.Nicholas v Bristol Ladies Union (Yate Town FC)
Brislington v Ilminster Town (Brislington FC)

Any postponed games will be played next Sunday.

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2012-13
« Reply #3 on: October 15, 2012, 02:49:45 PM »
 FA WOMEN'S CUP 3RD QUALIFYING ROUND DRAW:

Steel City Wanderers v City of Manchester or Blackpool
Abbeytown v Leeds City Vixens
Sheffield United Community v Jarrow
Chorley v Rotherham United
Middlesbrough v Curzon Ashton
Cheadle Heath Nomads v Huddersfield Town
Peterlee St Francis v Hull City
Durham Wildcats v Wakefield
Mossley Hill v South Durham & Cestria
Chester-Le-Street Town v Stockport County
Bradford City v Rothwell LFC
Crewe Alexandra v Tranmere Rovers
Penrith v Morecambe
Barnsley v Liverpool Feds
Ellistown v Stoke City
Rise Park v Coventry Sphinx
Loughborough Foxes v Daventry Town
Loughborough Students v Copsewood Coventry
Lutterworth Athletic v Mansfield Town
Leicester City LFC v FC Reedswood
Radcliffe Olympic v TNS
Leamington Lions v MK Dons
Leafield Athletic v Birmingham & West Midlands Police
MSA v AFC Trinity
Billericay Town v Brentwood Town
Arlesey Town v Peterborough Northern Star
Norwich City v Luton Town
Cambridge Women v Kikk United
Peterborough Sports Parkway v C&K Basildon
Chesham United v Roade
Barking v Enfield Town
Oxford City v Ipswich Town
AFC Sudbury v West Billericay
AFC Wimbledon v Aldershot Town
London Corinthians v Panthers
Oxford United v Battersea Ironsides
Eastbourne Town v Southampton Saints
Maidenhead United v Colne Valley
Chichester City v Denham United
Maidstone Town v University Of Portsmouth
Westfield v Ebbsfleet United
Crystal Palace v Parkwood Rangers
Shanklin v Brislington
Forest of Dean v Exeter City
Forest Green Rovers v Downend Flyers
Plymouth Argyle v Keynsham Town Development
Poole Town v Swindon Town
Larkhall Athletic v Bristol Ladies Union
Gloucester City v Keynsham Town

(Ties to be played on Sunday November 11th 2012)

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2012-13
« Reply #4 on: November 12, 2012, 03:39:55 PM »
The FA Women's Cup 1st Round draw was made today and includes a clash of the Midland Combination top two, Stoke City and Leafield Athletic.

 FA WOMEN'S CUP 1ST ROUND PROPER DRAW:
1 Chorley v Morecambe
2 Leeds City Vixens v Huddersfield Town
3 Bradford City v Stockport County
4 Middlesbrough v Peterlee St.Francis
5 Durham Wildcats v Blackpool
6 Sheffield United Community v Mossley Hill
7 Liverpool Feds v Crewe Alexandra
8 Loughborough Foxes v Leicester City LFC
9 Stoke City v Leafield Athletic
10 MK Dons v Luton Town
11 Rise Park v Copsewood Coventry
12 Radcliffe Olympic v Lutterworth Athletic
13 Arlesey Town v Peterborough Sports Parkway
14 AFC Sudbury Ladies v London Corinthians
15 Cambridge Women’s or Kikk United v Brentwood Town
16 Enfield Town v Chesham United
17 Parkwood Rangers v Colne Valley
18 Ipswich Town v AFC Wimbledon
19 Westfield v MSA
20 Forest Green Rovers v Plymouth Argyle
21 Southampton Saints v Larkhall Athletic
22 Keynsham Town v University of Portsmouth
23 Chichester City v Swindon Town
24 Oxford United v Newquay
25 Exeter City v Brislington

TIES TO BE PLAYED ON SUNDAY 9 DECEMBER 2012 – 1.00
WINNERS RECEIVE £250

The Northern & Southern Division sides enter in the 2nd Round, followed by the National Division in the 3rd Round, while the WSL teams are exempt until the 5th Round.

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2012-13
« Reply #5 on: December 12, 2012, 10:17:14 AM »
 THE FA WOMEN’S CUP
SECOND ROUND PROPER
SUNDAY 6 JANUARY 2013 – 1.00
WINNERS RECEIVE £300

Middlesbrough v Leeds City Vixens or Huddersfield Town
Leicester City v Preston North End
Newcastle United v Radcliffe Olympic
Sheffield United Community v Durham Wildcats
Nottingham Forest v Bradford City
Sheffield FC Ladies v Blackburn Rovers
Loughborough Foxes v Derby County
Morecambe v Liverpool Feds
Millwall Lionesses v Wolverhampton Wanderers
Gillingham v MK Dons
London Corinthians v West Ham United
Leafield Athletic v C&K Basildon
Ipswich Town v Cambridge Women’s
Chesham United v Queens Park Rangers
Colchester United v Sporting Club Albion
Tottenham Hotspur v Copsewood Coventry
Westfield v Brighton & Hove Albion
Oxford United v Keynsham Town
Lewes v Reading FC Women
Exeter City v Swindon Town
Colne Valley v Yeovil Town
Larkhall Athletic v Plymouth Argyle

London Corinthians and Westfield, who sit fourth and fifth respectively in the London & South East League Premier Division, attempt to span two levels of the pyramid against Southern Division opposition. Colne Valley face a stiffer challenge still, as they play four divisions beneath their visitors from Yeovil.

Northern Division leaders Sheffield FC will be at home to Blackburn Rovers, while Southern Division's top team Reading travel to Lewes.

Larkhall and Morecambe pulled off the main shocks yesterday with wins over Combination sides for the Regional League teams and they both face similar challenges in the second round; Larkhall host Plymouth, while Morecambe entertain Liverpool Feds.

There are some testing ties for other Combination League teams, as Radcliffe Olympic face a trip to Newcastle United, Bradford City go to Nottingham Forest, Copsewood head for Tottenham and MK Dons are at Gillingham, while Loughborough Foxes will enjoy home advantage over Derby County, as do Chesham United against QPR.

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2012-13
« Reply #6 on: December 13, 2012, 01:00:56 PM »
£300 to the winners - is that meant to be derogatory? Barely even pays their travel expenses...
To put it in context, it is less than a third of even the earliest pre-qualifying round of the FA Cup and less than the earliest qualifying round of the FA Vase!!

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2012-13
« Reply #7 on: December 13, 2012, 02:24:23 PM »
I think so, should at least a minimum amount which matches the cost for an overnight stay...given it has the same sponsorship as the men's should be a little higher so cup runs benefit the smaller teams...

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2012-13
« Reply #8 on: December 13, 2012, 02:30:56 PM »
I think we all know the FA takes the mickey out of the FA women's cup, don't know how or who will manage to get that money increased in the future.

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2012-13
« Reply #9 on: December 13, 2012, 03:38:56 PM »
300 paltry quid? Ladies & Gentlemen, boys & girls, we have proof positive that the FA have no serious interest in the womens game. Sexism in Football? You'd better believe it. This will not change unless those who control the beautiful game (and allow it to be infected by the cheating & bleating version of football) take serious steps to recognise that these girls/women work damned hard for their chosen sport - and reward them for it.

The problem we have in this forum is exactly that - it's a forum. So what do we want to do about this shoddy treatment by those who govern the game (very badly)?

For all you girls who want to play football and be taken seriously by the governing bodies: Sadly you may have to travel across the seas to do so. I wish you the best of luck in your endeavours.

Here endeth the lesson....

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2012-13
« Reply #10 on: December 13, 2012, 04:10:26 PM »
even the winning team get no financial gain as the final is usually played in a neutral place where everyone in the team and backroom staff need accomodation.
work it out 20 people food and transport.
and the loser really does lose. ::)

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2012-13
« Reply #11 on: January 04, 2013, 02:42:45 PM »
The new year kicks-off with the 2nd round of the FA Women's Cup, which sees the Northern and Southern Division sides enter the competition.

 Sunday January 6th 2013 (1pm)
FA WOMEN'S CUP 2ND ROUND
Middlesbrough v Huddersfield Town (Thornaby FC)
Leicester City WFC v Preston North End (Oadby Town FC)
Newcastle United v Radcliffe Olympic (Coach Lane)
Sheffield United Community v Durham Wildcats (Retford United FC)
Nottingham Forest v Bradford City (Carlton Town FC)
Sheffield FC Ladies v Blackburn Rovers (Sheffield FC)
Loughborough Foxes v Derby County (Loughborough University)
Morecambe v Liverpool Feds (Lancaster & Morecambe College)
Millwall Lionesses v Wolverhampton Wanderers (Beckenham Town FC)
Gillingham v MK Dons (Chatham Town FC)
London Corinthians v West Ham United (Erith Town FC)
Leafield Athletic v C&K Basildon (Tally Ho Sports Centre, 2pm)
Ipswich Town v Cambridge Women’s (Ipswich Wanderers FC)
Chesham United v Queens Park Rangers (Chesham Utd FC)
Colchester United v Sporting Club Albion (Stanway Rovers FC)
Tottenham Hotspur v Copsewood Coventry (Harlow Town FC)
Westfield v Brighton & Hove Albion (Westfield FC)
Oxford United v Keynsham Town (Oxford United Training Ground)
Lewes v Reading FC Women (Lewes FC)
Exeter City v Swindon Town (Topsham Town FC)
Colne Valley v Yeovil Town (The Broadway, Laleham, Staines)
Larkhall Athletic v Plymouth Argyle (Larkhall Athletic FC, 2pm)

Amongst the attractions on offer in the second round are big matches for Regional League sides London Corinthians, Westfield and Colne Valley, who host Premier Leaguer opposition in West Ham, Brighton and Yeovil respectively.

London Corinthians and Westfield, who sit fourth and fifth respectively in the London & South East League Premier Division, attempt to span two levels of the pyramid against Southern Division opposition. Colne Valley face a stiffer challenge still, as they play four divisions beneath their visitors from Yeovil.

Northern Division leaders Sheffield FC will be at home to Blackburn Rovers, while Southern Division's top team Reading travel to Lewes. The Royals beat the Rookettes 4-0 just last month but lost away to them 3-2 early in the season.

Larkhall and Morecambe pulled off the main first round shocks with wins over Combination sides for the Regional League teams and they both face similar challenges in the second round; Larkhall host Plymouth, while Morecambe entertain Liverpool Feds.

There are some testing ties for other Combination League teams, as Radcliffe Olympic face a trip to Newcastle United (which is live on radionorthumberland.com), Bradford City go to Nottingham Forest, Copsewood head for Tottenham and MK Dons are at Gillingham, while Loughborough Foxes will enjoy home advantage over Derby County, as do Chesham United against QPR.


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« Reply #12 on: January 07, 2013, 12:51:27 PM »
Women's Cup 3rd Round Draw - National Division sides enter the competition and league leaders Sunderland go to Northern Combination Middlesbrough.

FA WOMEN'S CUP 3RD ROUND DRAW:
Middlesbrough v Sunderland
Charlton Athletic v Oxford United
Newcastle United v Plymouth Argyle
Coventry City v Morecambe
Tottenham Hotspur v Cardiff City
Reading v Brighton & Hove Albion
Portsmouth v Queens Park Rangers
Ipswich Town v Aston Villa
Barnet v Yeovil Town
Leafield Athletic v Sporting Club Albion
Preston North End v Millwall Lionesses
Swindon Town v Gillingham
Leeds United v West Ham United
Manchester City v Sheffield FC
Derby County v Watford
Sheffield United Community v Nottingham Forest or Bradford City

Ties to be played on Sunday 3rd February 2013, kick-off 2pm.

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2012-13
« Reply #13 on: February 03, 2013, 07:05:07 PM »


Oxford United pull off a superb 2-1 win at Charlton, while Yeovil also post a shock result, winning 3-0 at Barnet.

Sunday February 3rd
FA WOMEN'S CUP
2ND ROUND
Nottingham Forest 6-3 Bradford City
3RD ROUND
Middlesbrough 1-6 Sunderland
Charlton Athletic 1-2 Oxford United (Att: 157)
Newcastle United 2-1 Plymouth Argyle
Coventry City 2-1 Morecambe
Tottenham Hotspur 0-4 Cardiff City
Reading 4-2 Brighton & Hove Albion
Portsmouth 5-0 Queens Park Rangers
Ipswich Town 0-2 Aston Villa
Barnet 0-3 Yeovil Town
Leafield Athletic 2-3 Sporting Club Albion 
Preston North End 3-2 Millwall Lionesses
Swindon Town 0-1(aet) Gillingham
Leeds United 3-2 West Ham United
Manchester City 3-2 Sheffield FC (Att: 116)
Derby County 0-4 Watford

Jenny Newman opened the scoring for Charlton against Oxford United 9 minutes in after a Gemma Bryan shot was parried. But the Combination debutants forced an excellent save from keeper Megen Lynch and later equalised with a header from a corner and pulled off a great cup shock with a well struck free kick from Natasha Caswell.

Stacey Pearson struck twice early on for Yeovil againstt National Division Barnet at Underhill, with a poacher's effort and then a header. A fabulous strike from Glovers' Kirsty Whitton smashed onto the bar and Pearson was on hand again to finish her hat-trick for a 3-0 result.

South West Combination side Swindon Town took Gillingham to extra-time before going out 1-0. Swindon hit the post in the first half but the only goal came with 8 minutes of the added 30 left, as Danielle Carlton scored from a corner to send the Gills into the Fourth Round for the first time ever.

Sporting Club Albion were pegged back twice by Midland Combination side Leafield Athletic, with goals by Robyn James and Amy Rippington cancelled out but James won it with her second 2 minutes from time.

Plymouth bowed out 2-1 in a brave effort on their long haul to Newcastle. The Pilgrims' Emily Mousley had a shot cleared off of the line.before Jess Havelock gave Newcastle the lead midway through the first half. Jodie Chubb was denied an immediate equaliser and Mousley had to come off with a knee injury before a 30-yard Charlotte Potts effort doubled the lead on 35 minutes. Argyle replied before the break from similar range with a Rebekah Rose strike and the same player almost levelled in the second half but her header was cleared.

Coventry City took a 2-0 lead against rank outsiders Morecambe as Natasha Lynch followed up after a free kick came back off the bar and then Helen Dermody volleyed into roof of net from 22 yards. But Megan Doherty pulled one back on 39 minutes for the North West League side as they only went out 2-1 against a team from three divisions higher.

Krystle Johnston took only 2 minutes to put Man City in front, curling home from 18 yards against Sheffield FC. A frantic start brought a second goal for City, Lindsaysavage firing into the bottom corner. Sarah Danby rounded the keeper for 3-0 but the Northern Division leaders were to hit back. A shot from Josie Michalska was tipped over the bar but Carla Ward scored from the spot after a handball and Michalska later drilled into the bottom corner to make for a tight conclusion.

Leeds built a 3-0 lead over West Ham but the visitors fought back to make a real game of it. Carey Huegett gave Leeds a 1-0 advantage in the 10th minute and a quickfire double in the 2 minutes before the interval from Danielle Sheen and Hayley Sharp put United well in command. But home keeper Jules Draycott conceded an own-goal 5 minutes into the second half and Hannah Gowland set up a tense finish with the Hammers' second 12 minutes from time.

Millwall went one down at Preston to a Melissa Ball goal and when the Lionesses were awarded a penalty, Dionne Lennon scored after the initial kick was saved. But North End regained the lead before half time from a spot-kick of their own by Jenna Carroll. Shauni Griffiths made it 2-2 only for the hosts to get their third through Ball and progess to the fourth round.

There was some swift exchanging of the lead as Reading ran out 4-2 victors against Brighton. Lily Agg headed the Seagulls in front from a Kirsty Barton corner on 23 minutes. Charlotte Chard scored from 40 yards out to level 2 minutes after the restart and seconds later Beth Lloyd put them ahead. Palmer lobbed home from distance for 3-1, Catherine O'Hagan quickly replied with a tap in at the far post.but this was quickly followed by another Palmer goal.

Sunderland's Beth Mead was first on the scoresheet in their 6-1 victory at Middlesbrough. Keira Ramshaw added a brace and Natalie Gutteridge got the fourth before Boro' claimed a consolation. Ramshaw completed her hat-trick then Becky Sailcki won and converted a penalty.

South East Combination Ipswich Town did themselves proud with their performance against Aston Villa but bowed out of the cup with a 2-0 reverse. Olivia Ferguson and Carly Davies were on target for the Villains.

Watford went through 4-0 at Derby where they led after just 4 minutes at Derby, Megan Wynne scoring at the far post. Irene Martin Garcia clipped the ball over the top for Joanne Wilson to slots past the onrushing keeper on 37 minutes. Wilson turned in a Martin Garcia's and when she won a penalty, Cally Rowell found the top corner.

Cardiff scored past Spurs from the edge of the area on 11 minutes, while the hosts had a goal ruled out around the hour mark. Sam Pittuck's header was stopped on the City line but Cardiff went onto take advantage of a tiring Tottenham with three goals in the last 19 minutes for a 4-0 winning margin.

Charley Wilson led the way with four goals as Portsmouth posted a 5-0 scoreline over QPR. Wilson knocked the first over the keeper from a Kirsty McGee lob on 8 minutes, Wilson made it 2-0 on 16 minutes after the keeper spilled the ball. On 33 minutes, a great run and pull-back by Shelly Cox saw Wilson net her third. The remaining goals came in the last 16 minutes, Wilson heading home from a Gemma Hillier cross and McGee smashing in a 25 yard free-kick.

Nottingham Forest and Bradford City finally played their second round tie at the fifth attempt, with Forest progressing 6-3 to book a trip to Sheffield United next Sunday. Reanne Thomas and Stephanie Smith scored singles for Forest, Aileen Whelan and Lauren Howard bagged a brace each.

The fourth round draw will be made by 1pm on Monday.

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2012-13 4th round draw
« Reply #14 on: February 04, 2013, 12:20:34 PM »


Cup giant-killers Yeovil Town and Oxford United rewarded with home ties against Portsmouth and Newcastle United, respectively.

THE FA WOMEN’S CUP
FOURTH ROUND PROPER
SUNDAY 24 FEBRUARY 2013 – 2.00
WINNERS RECEIVE £500

Yeovil Town v Portsmouth
Gillingham v Sheffield United Community or Nottingham Forest
Coventry City v Manchester City
Watford v Leeds United
Cardiff City v Reading FC Women
Oxford United v Newcastle United
Sporting Club Albion v Sunderland
Aston Villa v Preston North End

All ties must be played on Sunday 24 February 2013, kick-off 2.00 pm, unless mutually agreed otherwise. 

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2012-13
« Reply #15 on: February 04, 2013, 12:45:29 PM »
A tough draw all round, no gimmie's there as far as I can see.

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2012-13
« Reply #16 on: February 04, 2013, 04:43:03 PM »
An unusual feature of this F A Cup draw

Remarkably, the ties at Coventry and Aston Villa are set to be the most northerly as each of the Northern clubs have been drawn away from home.

source Womens Soccer Scene

personally I think all draws should be this way

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2012-13 4th round draw
« Reply #17 on: February 04, 2013, 05:00:47 PM »


Cup giant-killers Yeovil Town and Oxford United rewarded with home ties against Portsmouth and Newcastle United, respectively.

THE FA WOMEN’S CUP
FOURTH ROUND PROPER
SUNDAY 24 FEBRUARY 2013 – 2.00
WINNERS RECEIVE £500

Yeovil Town v Portsmouth
Gillingham v Sheffield United Community or Nottingham Forest
Coventry City v Manchester City
Watford v Leeds United
Cardiff City v Reading FC Women
Oxford United v Newcastle United
Sporting Club Albion v Sunderland
Aston Villa v Preston North End

All ties must be played on Sunday 24 February 2013, kick-off 2.00 pm, unless mutually agreed otherwise.  

http://www.shekicks.net/news/view/6955

With the exception of lucky Coventry City and unlucky Sunderland ALL the away teams played at home in the previous round
And Sunderland only went to Middlesborough anyway
How strange....
« Last Edit: February 04, 2013, 05:03:01 PM by pat51 »

Sylvain

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Ladies to Play Newcastle at the Kassam
« Reply #18 on: February 08, 2013, 11:17:43 AM »
Ladies FA Cup 4th round tie to be at the stadium
Oxford United Ladies will play at the Kassam Stadium for the first time when they welcome Newcastle United in the 4th Round of the Ladies FA Cup.

Having caused the shock of the round by beating Charlton Athletic  in the third round United's highly successful Ladies team will take on Newcastle at the Kassam Stadium on Sunday 24th February, kick off 1pm.
Manager Richard Blackmore said:

"It's a fantastic opportunity for the girls to show what they can do and it is very exciting to be playing at the Kassam Stadium. They have had such a great season and this is another sign that we are progressing all the time."

Admission will be £5 adults and £3 for under 16s/over 65s, cash at the turnstiles.

http://www.oufc.co.uk/news/article/00070213-ladies-v-newcastle-643832.aspx

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2012-13
« Reply #19 on: February 08, 2013, 02:16:40 PM »
where will the final be....Hackney Marshes?