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Sylvain

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FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« on: August 30, 2013, 02:14:02 PM »
THE FA WOMEN’S CUP
DATES OF ROUNDS
SEASON 2013-2014

Preliminary Round Sunday 8 September 2013
First Round Qualifying Sunday 22 September 2013
Second Round Qualifying Sunday 6 October 2013
Third Round Qualifying Sunday 3 November 2013
First Round Proper Sunday 1 December 2013
Second Round Proper Sunday 12 January 2014
Third Round Proper Sunday 9 February 2014
Fourth Round Proper Sunday 16 March 2014
Fifth Round Proper Sunday 13 April 2014
Sixth Round Proper Sunday 27 April 2014
Semi Final Sunday 11 May 2014
Final Sunday 1 June 2014
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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #1 on: August 30, 2013, 02:23:42 PM »
The usual piss taking prize fund  :

THE FA WOMEN’S CUP
PRIZE FUND
SEASON 2013-2014
Preliminary Round winners (4) £100
First Round Qualifying winners (92) £125
Second Round Qualifying winners (46) £175
Third Round Qualifying winners (44) £225
First Round Proper winners (22) £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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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #2 on: August 30, 2013, 02:24:30 PM »
THE FA WOMEN’S CUP
SEASON 2013-2014

LIST OF EXEMPTIONS

8 CLUBS EXEMPT TO FIFTH ROUND PROPER

Arsenal LFC
Birmingham City LFC
Bristol Academy LFC
Chelsea LFC
Everton LFC
Lincoln Ladies FC
Liverpool LFC
Manchester City LFC

10 CLUBS EXEMPT TO THIRD ROUND PROPER

Aston Villa LFC
Doncaster Rovers Belles LFC
Durham Women's FC
London Bees WFC
Millwall Lionesses LFC
Oxford United LFC
Reading Women FC
Sunderland WFC
Watford LFC
Yeovil Town LFC

22 CLUBS EXEMPT TO SECOND ROUND PROPER

Blackburn Rovers LFC
Bradford City LFC
Brighton & Hove Albion LFC
Cardiff City LFC
Charlton Athletic LFC
Chesham United LFC
Coventry City LFC
Derby County LFC
Gillingham LFC
Keynsham Town LFC
Leeds United LFC
Lewes LFC
Newcastle United LFC
Nottingham Forest LFC
Portsmouth FC Ladies
Preston North End WFC
Sheffield FC Ladies
Sporting Club Albion LFC
Stoke City LFC
Tottenham Hotspur LFC
West Ham United LFC
Wolverhampton Wanderers LFC

42 CLUBS EXEMPT TO THIRD ROUND QUALIFYING

Brentwood Town LFC
C&K Basildon LFC
Cambridge Women's FC
Cheadle Heath Nomads LFC
Chester-Le-Street Town LFC
Chichester City LFC
Chorley LFC
Copsewood Coventry LFC
Curzon Ashton LFC
Denham United LFC
Ebbsfleet United LFC
Enfield Town LFC
Exeter City LFC
Forest Green Rovers LFC
Huddersfield Town LFC
Ipswich Town LFC
Keynsham Town Development LFC
Larkhall Athletic LFC
Leafield Athletic LFC
Leeds City Vixens LFC
Leicester City LFC
Leicester City WFC
Liverpool Feds LFC
Loughborough Foxes LFC
Loughborough Students LFC
Luton Town LFC
Mansfield Town LFC
Middlesbrough LFC
Milton Keynes Dons LFC
Mossley Hill LFC
Norwich City LFC
Plymouth Argyle LFC
Queens Park Rangers LFC
Rotherham United LFC
Shanklin LFC
Sheffield United Community LFC
Southampton Saints LFC
Stockport County LFC
Swindon Town LFC
Tranmere Rovers LFC
University Of Portsmouth LFC
Wakefield FC Ladies

Bold – indicates new entry into FA Women’s Cup

Sylvain

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #3 on: September 23, 2013, 12:17:22 PM »
 Sunday September 22nd
THE FA WOMEN’S CUP 1ST ROUND QUALIFYING
Whitley Bay 2-1 Middlesbrough Lionesses
Boldon 5-1 Lowick United
Rutherford 5-0 Forest Hall
Workington Reds 0-5 Tynedale
Kendal Town 3-5 Birtley St.Josephs
Willington 0-5 Seaton Carew
Peterlee St.Francis 3-2(aet) York City
Prudhoe Town 0-2 Kader
Birtley Town 1-2 Abbeytown
Whickham Fellside 0-0 Penrith (aet, Penrith won 3-2 on penalties)
Sheffield Wednesday 1-6 Nettleham
Handsworth 1-0 Lepton Highlanders
Hull City 4-1 Brighouse Sports
Ossett Albion 3-2 Bradford Park Avenue
Farsley 0-4 Steel City Wanderers
Hemsworth MW 3-5 Malet Lambert
Blackpool 0-3 Burnley
Brighouse Town 4-1 CMB
Morecambe 10-1 Padiham
Middleton Athletic 2-3 Blackpool Wren Rovers
Chester City P-P Preston North End LFC
Birkenhead 3-4 Crewe Alexandra
Bury 1-2(aet) Woolton
City of Manchester 7-6 Accrington (aet & penalties)
Asfordby Amateurs 1-5 Arnold Town
Sandiacre Town 7-1 West Bridgford
Dronfield Town 2-4 Ruddington Village
Teversal 0-4 Oadby & Wigston Dynamo
Rise Park 2-3 Ellistown
St.George’s 1-3 Long Eaton United
Coventrians 2-2 Malvern Town
Walsall 7-6(aet) Pelsall Villa
Crusaders 1-2 FC Reedswood
Allscott 0-4 TNS
Pegasus 4-0 Folly Lane
Cottage Farm Rangers v Kenilworth Town
Bilbrook 4-2 Lye Town
Netherton United 0-15 Peterborough Northern Star
Rothwell Corinthians P-P Raunds Town (now Sept 29)
Bar Hill 2-1 Moulton
Peterborough Sports 9-0 Brackley Sports
Kettering Town 2-6 Bedford
Southendians 5-0 Brandon Town
Colchester Town 5-0 Haverhill Rovers
Assandun Vikings 0-2 Waveney Wanderers
Lowestoft Town 6-1 AFC Sudbury
Bungay Town 2-3 West Billericay
FC Clacton 0-15 Billericay Town
Sawbridgeworth Town 1-2 St.Albans City
KIKK United 7-0 Haringey Borough
Barking 6-0 Flitwick
Stevenage Borough 5-2 Hoddesdon Owls
Royston Town 2-1 Wootton Blue Cross
Maidenhead United 6-2 Newbury
Tower Hill 0-7 Leverstock Green
Colne Valley 1-4 Old Actonians
Oxford City 3-0 Marlow
Leighton United Vixens 5-1 Wealdstone
AFC Dunstable 4-0 Ascot United
Hemel Hempstead Town 7-0 Banbury United
Headington 0-3 Bracknell Town
Herne Bay 3-1 Anchorians
Rustall 4-1 Rottingdean Village
London Corinthians 2-0 Maidstone United
Aylesford 5-0 Regents Park Rangers
Dartford YMCA 2-6 Haywards Heath Town
Bexhill United H/W Sheppey & Sheerness United
Eastbourne LFC 0-6 Eastbourne Town
Prince of Wales H/W Tunbridge Wells Ridgewaye
Crystal Palace 7-4 Parkwood Rangers
Fulham Compton 3-1 South Park
Battersea & Wandsworth 8-1 Abbey Rangers
AFC Wimbledon 5-1 Worthing Town
Crawley Wasps 9-0 Milford & Witley
Westfield 11-0 Knaphill
Chertsey Town 0-4 AFC Wimbledon Development
Andover New Street 0-1 Basingstoke Town
Southampton Women 2-2 New Forest (aet, Southampton won 5-3 on penalties)
Poole Town 6-1 Fleet Town
Gosport Borough 6-0 Weymouth
Aldershot Town 0-3 Parley Sports
Cirencester Town 2-1 Bitton
Quedgeley Wanderers 0-18 Swindon Spitfires
Downend Flyers 3-1 Forest Of Dean
Bristol Ladies Union 11-0 Wootton Bassett Town
Cheltenham Town 9-0 Pen Mill
Brislington 2-1 Stoke Lane Athletic
Frome Town 5-5 Ilminster Town (aet, Ilminster won one penalties)
Gloucester City 10-0 Longlevens Greyhounds
Bridgwater Town 1-5 St.Nicholas
Truro City 4-0 Launceston
Torquay United 4-0 Bude Town

The second qualifying round draw will be made on Monday lunchtime.

http://www.shekicks.net/news/view/8487

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #4 on: September 23, 2013, 12:18:30 PM »
 THE FA WOMEN’S CUP
SECOND ROUND QUALIFYING
SUNDAY 6 OCTOBER 2013 – 2.00pm
WINNERS RECEIVE £175

1 Boldon v Rutherford
2 Tynedale v Seaton Carew
3 Birtley St Joseph v Whitley Bay
4 Penrith AFC Ladies v Kader FC Ladies
5 Abbeytown v Peterlee St Francis
6 Brighouse Town v Woolton
7 Burnley FC Ladies v City Of Manchester
8 Ossett Albion v Malet Lambert
9 Nettleham v Crewe Alexandra
10 Blackpool Wren Rovers v Chester City
11 Morecambe v Steel City Wanderers
12 Hull City v Handsworth
13 Walsall v Bilbrook
14 Malvern Town v Rothwell Corinthians or Raunds Town
15 Oadby & Wigston Dynamo v Long Eaton United
16 Arnold Town v Kenilworth Town KH
17 TNS v Pegasus
18 FC Reedswood Ladies v Ellistown
19 Ruddington Village v Sandiacre Town
20 Bar Hill v Billericay Town
21 Bedford v Stevenage Borough
22 AFC Dunstable Ladies v Royston
23 Southendian v Peterborough Northern Star
24 Lowestoft Town v Peterborough Sports
25 Barking v West Billericay
26 Colchester Town v Leighton United Vixens
27 Hemel Hempstead Town v Leverstock Green
28 KIKK United v Battersea & Wandsworth
29 St Albans City v Waveney Wanderers
30 AFC Wimbledon Ladies v Oxford City
31 London Corinthians v Herne Bay
32 Maidenhead United v Eastbourne Town
33 Bracknell Town v Crawley Wasps
34 Prince Of Wales v AFC Wimbledon Ladies Development
35 Haywards Heath Town v Rusthall
36 Crystal Palace v Old Actonians
37 Westfield v Aylesford
38 Fulham Compton v Bexhill United
39 Gosport Borough v Bristol Ladies Union
40 St Nicholas v Southampton Women
41 Torquay United v Swindon Spitfires
42 Cirencester Town v Parley Sports
43 Truro City v Poole Town
44 Cheltenham Town v Ilminster Town
45 Gloucester City v Brislington
46 Downend Flyers v Basingstoke Town

All ties must be played on Sunday 6 October 2013, kick-off 2.00pm, unless mutually agreed otherwise.

http://www.shekicks.net/news/view/8544

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14 - Next Round
« Reply #5 on: November 01, 2013, 02:17:11 PM »
Amongst the attractions are the all-Leicester derby between the Midland Combination sides, Leicester City Ladies and Leicester City Women.


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1st round proper draw
« Reply #6 on: November 04, 2013, 04:31:44 PM »
 THE FA WOMEN’S CUP
FIRST ROUND PROPER
SUNDAY 1 DECEMBER 2013 – 1.00pm
WINNERS RECEIVE £250

Chester-Le-Street Town v Tranmere Rovers
Tynedale or Middlesbrough v Sheffield United
Leeds City Vixens or Whitley Bay v Brighouse Town
Chorley or Morecambe v Huddersfield Town or Stockport County
Blackpool Wren Rovers v Hull City
Liverpool Feds v Boldon or Peterlee St.Francis
TNS v Sandiacre Town
FC Reedswood v Leicester City Ladies
Loughborough Students v Cambridge
Copsewood v Nettleham
Loughborough Foxes v Milton Keynes Dons
Crystal Palace v Maidenhead United
C&K Basildon v KIKK United
Bedford v Westfield
Leverstock Green v Queens Park Rangers
Ebbsfleet United v Denham United
Enfield Town v Norwich City
Exeter City v Gosport Borough
Forest Green Rovers v St.Nicholas
Plymouth Argyle v University of Portsmouth
Larkhall Athletic v Swindon Spitfires
Chichester City v Gloucester City

All ties must be played on Sunday 1 December 2013, kick-off 1.00pm, unless mutually agreed otherwise.

http://www.shekicks.net/news/view/8796

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FA Women's Cup 2013-14 2nd round
« Reply #7 on: January 13, 2014, 11:52:15 AM »
TNS 0-7 Stoke City
FC Reedswood P-P Copsewood
Loughborough Students 1-4 Leeds United
Preston North End P-P Sporting Club Albion
Huddersfield Town 1-4 Coventry City
Derby County P-P Newcastle United
Middlesbrough P-P Tranmere Rovers
Nottingham Forest 3-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Whitley Bay 0-1 Blackburn Rovers
Sheffield FC P-P Liverpool Feds
Bradford City P-P Blackpool Wren Rovers
Chichester City P-P Enfield Town
Lewes 1-0(aet) Denham United
Portsmouth P-P Keynsham Town
Charlton Athletic P-P Milton Keynes Dons
Queens Park Rangers 1-2(aet) Gillingham
Chesham United 1-2 Larkhall Athletic
Exeter City P-P Plymouth Argyle
C&K Basildon P-P West Ham United
Brighton & Hove Albion 3-2 Tottenham Hotspur (match footage here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jWKIH3ZewI)
Cardiff City LFC 3-0 St.Nicholas
Bedford 2-3 Crystal Palace

South West Combination newcomers Larkhall took an early lead at Chesham through Tasha Miller and although they were soon pegged back by Gemma Fraser's effort, the Somerset side restored the lead in the 15th minute as Kate German chipped the ball home. Larkhall's Carly Symons was denied by the bar before the break and the hosts had Cath Andrews stretchered off in the second half.
 QPR, pushing for the South East Combination title, pushed Southern Division leaders Gillingham all the way before bowing out 2-1 after extra-time. Rangers went ahead 2 minutes after the restart when Sophie Fogarty's cross was controlled and netted by Stacey Sowden. Danielle Carlton hit the bar 10 minutes later and with only 6 minutes left, buried a free-kick into the top corner. Gills' Emma Tune was also denied by the bar in extra-time but did clinch the winner 5 minutes from penalties.

Denham United were a second South East Combination club to take Premier League opponents to an extra half-hour but they eventually lost out by the only goal at Lewes, Nikki Payne on target for the Rookettes.

North East League Whitley Bay restricted Blackburn Rovers to a 1-0 win, Nichol Forster getting the only goal.

Brighton edged the all-Southern Division tie with Tottenham 3-2. Tammy Wayne put Albion into an early lead and Spurs replied early in the second half through Jenna Schillaci. The hosts regained the advantage on 55 minutes when Rosie Kmita struck against her former club. Wendy Martin then turned home Frances Gamble's free-kick to level the match again but with 15 minutes left, Cherelle Khassal won a free-kick and Kirsty Barton buried the set-piece.

Crystal Palace won at Bedford with the best of five goals, with the hosts scoring through Tasha Fensome and Becca Vass, the second forcing a tense last 10 minutes for the visitors, who had led 3-0.

Nottingham Forest saw off Wolves 3-0 and it was Trina Greaves lashing the ball home that got them on the way. Natasha Meade hit the Wanderers' woodwork from distance before Sammy Conroy set up Meg Howard for the second. The same pair combined again in the second period as Howard rounded the keeper to complete the scoring.

There was also a 3-0 result for Cardiff City at home to South West League side St.Nicholas.

Leeds United hit three second half goals to come through 4-1 at Loughborough Students. An upset looked on as Hayley James scored on 42 minutes but the visitiors forced an own-goal seconds later. Olivia Thackray and Emma Bentley scored by the hour mark and Carey Huegett wrapped up the win late on.

Coventry City posted a similar scoreline at Huddersfield Town. Maz Gauntlett missed Destiney Toussaint's cross but Helen Dermody finished at the back post on 25 minutes before Gauntlett's deft flick doubled the Sky Blues' lead 7 minutes later. Huddersfield pulled one back from a penalty but Dermody crashed home the third from Toussaint's square pass. The home side were awarded a second spot-kick which was converted but retaken due to encroachment, with Sue Wood saving the retake. Natalie Brace raced away to slot home City's fourth and seal their progress.

Stoke City were the day's top scorers, running in seven unsanswered goals away to TNS.

The third round draw will be made on Monday lunchtime, with the WSL 2 clubs now in the hat.

All postponed second round games will be played on January 19th.

http://www.shekicks.net/news/view/9140

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #8 on: January 13, 2014, 12:45:30 PM »
THE FA WOMEN’S CUP
THIRD ROUND PROPER
SUNDAY 9 FEBRUARY 2014 – 2.00pm
WINNERS RECEIVE £400

Exeter City or Plymouth Argyle v Brighton & Hove Albion
Charlton Athletic or MK Dons v Sheffield FC Ladies or Liverpool Feds
Nottingham Forest v Gillingham
Preston North End or Sporting Club Albion v Yeovil Town
Bradford City or Blackpool Wren Rovers v Cardiff City
Portsmouth or Keynsham Town v Lewes
C&K Basildon or West Ham United v Watford
Durham WFC v Chichester City or Enfield Town
Crystal Palace v Derby County or Newcastle United
Coventry City v Stoke City
Leeds United v London Bees
Blackburn Rovers v Middlesbrough or Tranmere Rovers
FC Reedswood or Copsewood v Larkhall Athletic
Aston Villa v Doncaster Rovers Belles
Millwall Lionesses v Reading
Sunderland v Oxford United

All ties must be played on Sunday 9 February 2014, kick-off 2.00pm, unless mutually agreed otherwise.


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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #9 on: January 13, 2014, 12:45:58 PM »
Some WSL 2 sides will head out of the competition...

Sylvain

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #10 on: January 13, 2014, 12:59:48 PM »
Some WSL 2 sides will head out of the competition...
I would say 30% to 50% will go out, especially as it will be their first competitive game of 2014.

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #11 on: January 13, 2014, 01:03:19 PM »
Then the remainder are pitted against each other one more time before WSL 1 clubs come in? Potentially more then could go out...

Tie/s of the round have to be

Villa v Doncaster
Millwall v Reading
« Last Edit: January 13, 2014, 01:07:16 PM by 49yardtapin »

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #12 on: January 13, 2014, 01:52:10 PM »
inclined to agree, feel a match hungry Sunderland will wipe the floors with Oxford. Also would very much like to see Chichester City go through to face Durham. will be a good yardstick to see what Durham have in their locker!

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #13 on: January 13, 2014, 04:10:21 PM »
Tie of the round?

Deffo Blackburn v Middlesborough/Tranmere. closely followed by the Belles meeting with villa.   ;D

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #14 on: January 13, 2014, 05:12:42 PM »
Leeds v London Bees will be interesting as well. FA WPL Northern v FA WSL 2
Leeds we must remembered suffered a double relegation to level 3 of women's football due to "off the pitch" matter.

Some of the Leeds players used in their last season in the top division : Allen, Bassett, Bonner, Bradley, Cantrel, Clarke, Daly, Draycott. Higgins, Holtham, Houghton, Huegett. Moore, Smith, Telford, Walton, White.

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #15 on: January 13, 2014, 08:23:00 PM »
Barnet last season never won a single league match, if memory serves, and no mention of any big name signings for the new one

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #16 on: January 13, 2014, 08:57:26 PM »
Barnet last season never won a single league match, if memory serves, and no mention of any big name signings for the new one
Well big names bring no guarantee. Although they can bring spectators. If a team well organised enough and play quality attacking football you can do stuff like that :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BM1S7VNLaBc  ;D

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #17 on: January 15, 2014, 02:21:57 AM »
Very good...But not winning a match in a whole season could mean lack of quality and organisation, lol

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #18 on: January 15, 2014, 08:05:29 AM »
Not winning a match, all season, will bring relegation. Oh wait :)

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #19 on: January 15, 2014, 09:00:00 AM »
if you go to look at the training sessions there are alot of new players there now, some very good ones too, think they will be a top team this year,good coaches there as well , not going to mention the faces i know in case they don,t sign but they look to be putting together a very good team, except some news soon i would say !